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nignt and Friday.
The tempcntum ha changed bat
little in tb peat 24 homaTj
xwuji MBipana so. ,
a Z. Huvz,
St. Joseph's sociable.
Firework! at Eckhart's.
New bleyolea at Hynes's 187.60.
Cralla Co., stylish lifcry turn-
Take in St. Joieph'a lawn aoclable
Malt Champagne, the great sum
Fire worka at cat prices. Toang
Any ready trimmed hat, half price
at MoCabe's. r
lira. S. C Plnmmer haa returned
Seven bnnchee of beat Are crackers
3 eents at Eckhart's.
lira. F. A. Leithner and children
are visiting at Freeport.
Bicycle suit prioes out way down
owwui , to natter.
David Miller left this morning for
a week's visit at Chicago.
Ladies, see those sailor hats at half
prloe at Stewart's, the hatter.
Special sale shirt Waists 19 cents
and np at Young at McCombs'.
Summer underwear, the bast in
the land. Stewart, the hatter.
Robert Winter has taken a pesition
at Wright Barber's shoe store.
Refreshing, cooling, invigorating,
aon-intoxieatlng. Malt Champagne.
Large size package fire crackers 7
for 10 cents at Youflf & MoCombi'.
Ladies' sailors, worth $1.50, to
elose at 75 cents. Stewart, the hat
ter. All the trimmed hats going at just
half today and tomorrow. McCabe
Largest, best and cheapest place to
bay fire works Is at Young 4 Mc
Combs'. Mike Corcoran la back at his old
post at the Harper House billiard
Ladies' walking hats, worth $1 to
92, yeur choice 60 cents. Stewart,
Note Sehmale's ehang of ad on
this page. Great bargains for two
daya in slippers.
Another monster attraction at the
Tower for the Fourth of July. Look
for the annuouncements.
A fine musioal program will be
given at the sociable on St. Joseph's
church lawn thia evening.
A large assortment of trimmed
bate to sell below cost. Mrs. D. La
Frans, 1S24 Third avenue.
Fer rubber tired traps and baggies
vrar 01 maun a io. carriages wrtn
careful drivers at moderate rates.
Mot after the Fourth, but before
it, when you want them, ready trim
med hats at half price. McCabe
The Ariaa Quartet of Davenport,
Huot, Brown, Johnson and Kelly,
will sing at St. Joseph's lawn fete
C D. Gordon haa returned from
Idaho Springs, Col., with glowing
reports of the wealth of his mining
John McGoe, held to the grand
Jury for larceny, was released from
the oounty jail yesterday, bail hav
ing been furnished.
. Mrs. W. H. Marshall gave a recep.
tion to her trUerty lady friends yes
terday afternoon. About 250 were
5 resect. The house was beautifully
ocoratad. Itwaa a delightful af
fair. The only beverage that really fills
the bill thia hot weather is Malt
Champagne. Order a case and yon
will drink nothing else. Telephone
1089. Bock Island Brewing com
pany. Maj. C W. Hawes, head dark of
the Woodmen, la in town today.
When queried concerning his mis
sion the major replied that he waa
here aimply for the benefit of hia
W. H. Hyde haa returned from
Springfield, where he took part in
the state cvcle meet. He took fourth
SI ace in the one-mile open race,
ndy Johnson, of Moline, won the
The Muscatine News.Tribune ha
become comfortably eniconced in
new quarters with unbraved equip
ments, including a linotype' outfit
and other improvements. The paper
' Highest Honor World's Fair,
3oId Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Fare Ony Ctmm f Tartar Pewter.
:40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
showa the effect of its aew environ
Andrew Slebert, of South Bock Isl
and, waa surprised by about thirty
of hia friends last evening, the oc
casion being the Slat anniversary of
his birth. A meet enjoyable time
The vnnnc nannl nt VT.tti
Presbyterian church will give an iee
vrvau nguu at me nome of E. a.
McKown, corner of Fourth avenue
and Sixth street, this evenine. A
cordial invitation to alL
Bune-a A Bannatt daii. m.av
Hawk spring and artesian water
daily. At moderate rates families
may nave these pure waters instead
of taking their drinks from the city
uuui. xeiepnone isio.
BeV. and Mrs. A. P Mann tola
Hickory Grove, HI; Mies Minnie
Webber and Paul Luekena, Cleve-
iana, unio; Jonn ScbiUinger. Elden,
lewa. and Fred Roknrmun. nf fill.
Christ, 111., attended the Moeller-
Capt. Jim Boland. one of the best
steamboat men on the river, haa been
succeeded aa meata- nf tha n.rV.f
Dubuque, of the Diamond Jo line, by
Mike Murphy, the first mate on the
beat He has been with the Jo line
27 years, working up from deck
Christian Endeavorera bound for
San Frannlann nn.in. ttmnnak
the city by the hundreds. A special
oi .en coacnea went tnrougn over
me hock island at 1 o'clock this
mornincr. while there war two inn.
tions to passenger trains Nos. 6
BOV. J. W. Waatiinirtnn laft Malar.
day afternoon on the steamer W. J.
xoung, ir. ior Burlington, wnere He
Will meet Rev. Booker T. Waahino-.
ton, the distinguished colored divine.
and try to induce him to come to
nook island and give a lecture for
the benefit of MeKinley chapel.
Tbe families of Frank Mlxtar. (1
A. Rose, Dr. A. H. McCandlass and S.
J. Keator.accompanied by Mies Nancy
Stewart and Miss Don-anna, left
this morning for a months' outing
at Belvidere Park, Wis. Most of the
ffentlemen will ratnrn mttar Ik, niri.
is comfortably domiciled for the
The Bnrlino-tnn riavatta h.a aw
the Davenport Democrat by an-
uuunctDK imt a oniiew law naa gone
into effect aoroaa tha rivnr Tha
blunder ia quite natural. People
even no further away than Burling
ton never think of Davenport except
in connection with Bock Island.
which city it is known to be oppo-
The Closincr ont aala of tha KMnlH.
dry goods stock started out with a
boom. The doera had to be locked
several times. The prices asked for
the goods are way down and the
Pleased buvera Will innl, annil thoir
friends. The 16 elerka were kem
busy from the minute the dnora
opened at 1 o'clock to the hour of
gong to press, xnis sale Is bound
to be a grand success. It will pay
the reader to look over the stock.
The national, or mM
crate, of Davenport, met yesterday
anernoon at turner nail and selected
a doable delegation to the state con
vention, each delegate having a half
Vote. The delegation !a haarfal K
W. O. Schmidt, Judge Nathaniel
Frenoh. J. C. Bill.. Fred Hutu anrf
Henry Tollmen . . Resolutions were
J n a a
auopiea condemning protective tar-
hcrence to the nrincinlna f Jtffmmi
Jackson, Tilden and Cleveland.
Crop Correspondent Campbell's
report to the denartment of crHi.nl-
ture places the aereage of corn com-
parea witn last year at 9S, the aver
age condition Julv 1 beinir BO nnr
cent, with a normal yield per acre in
the county of 40 bushels. The yield
per acre now indicated la 25 bushels.
The averaere condition of oata ia
shown to be 80 per cent, the normal
yiein do ousneia per acre, with pros
pect ef 25 bushels to the acre. The
average condition of potatoes com
pared with last year la 75 per cent,
the average condition July 1, 60; the
normal yield 100 bushels per acre
With indications of 65 bnahala. Pn.
tato buga are reported unusually
OFFICE 18 ABOLISHED.
Peyty lateral Iiwih oeUsaSes r melae
Lm MM Job.
dePUtV Collector Of tha Pan). HI..
triot is abolished. The office has
beefi held under Collector Hnatar hv
8. D. PhelDB. of Mnnmnntli Bku
territorv embracaa tha
Rook Island, Henry, Meroer. Knox,
Warren and Henderson. The work
heretofore attended to by Mr. Phelps
will be discharged dirttnt with k.
mala office at Proria. The revenue
office la Rock Island la not affected
oy me enange.
'Mv face waa covered with nim.
lea and nothinv that I trlt bmM
teal them until I bevan nainv Unwi.
Sarsaparilla. After Uking two bot
tles the pimples were gone, and now
my face ie perfectly clear. I waa
also troubled with a weak back, but
it ia stronger since taking Hood's.
Mrs. J. Kreinbrink, Jr... bos 354,
ome island, ill.
Hood's - pills not easilv and
"wta at Jalr
Julv S. 4 and 5 tha f!- R. T A P
railway will sell round trip tickets
to an atauona wiuua a radios of 200
miles at one and one-third fare,
turn limit July 6.
are like owls.
J wiae bat thev
dont go back
to the ataitiiia
a nan trts
times ont ef
ten his evi
ia only a
symptom of some hidden and lonf-nec;.
lected disorder. Most frequently the origi
nal and excirint; troable is a disordered di
gestion. If that ia corrected natore will in
the majority of cues do the rmt. It is easy
foY a man to avoid sickness if he will keep
a watchful eye on his digestion and resort
to the right remedy the moment he feels
himself ont of sorts.
All disorders of the digestion are corrected
by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dfccovery.
It restores lost appetite, invigorates pie
liver, and fills the blood with the life-rmtH-elements
that build healthy flesh and firm
muscles. It is the great blood-maker, flesh
builder, and nerve tonic. If carta. 98 per
cent, of all cases of consumption. It cores
wasting diseases and nervona tronblea.
It wards off disease of every description.
Buy "Golden Medical Discovery" of re
liable dealers ; with tricky ones, something
else that pavs them better will probably be
offered as "just as good." Perhaps it is for
them; bufft cant be for you.
"My wife has fbnad great help from Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, at, wbea she
takes cold from anycauMit geaeraKy settles on
her lungs," writs, K. James, of Box a8'i, Brooklyn,
Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. "The 'Favorite Pmerip
tioa 'we keep ou hand all the time. It Is a won
derful medicine. My wife has great faith in it.
By being careful in the way we live aad by asmg
Dr. Pierce's medicines when we dont fed just
right, we have had to call in a doctor bat once in
A man cant either make money or enjoy
life who suffers from headaches, and sleep
lessness, and heart-burn. These troubles
are caused by constipation. Dr. 'Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets are a sure, safe, speedy and
permanent cere for constipation. They are
tiny, sugar-coated granules. One little
"Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a
mild cathartic. They never gripe. Dis
honest druggists sometimes try to substi
tute inferior articles for the sake of profU.
A tempting array of good
things for the inner man.
Many lines to complete a de
licious dinner at our store:
Dressed Spring Chickens.
1 c i
And when it shows
signs of Irregularity
take it to
Woltian, tha Jewek
A well selected stock .
of Jewelry always on
hand at "lire and let
live" prices. High
In repairing at reason
1805 Second At
T? 'ash i i am all aft, ft
1717 Second ATenne.
D ODD'S Ad juatable Sliding
Window Sereena, Screen
Doom, Screen Wire, loe
Cream Freeaers, Quick Heal
Gasoline Stores, Bine Flame
Oil Storea, Leonard Cleana-
A large assortment always
1616-1117 . BXCOSD AVXSTTJK.
A LIFE SAVER
TO THE THIRSTY
BIC YCLE RIDER
And a boon to all those re
quiring a refreshing, dello
ioua stimulant, when tired
from shopping or other
dutiea is the exquisitely con
cocted cold, sparkling glasa
SODA - WATER
Got at KRELL & MATH'S.
Pure fruit juices,
WUd Cheny, Egg
Or any tempting and refresh
ing flaTor yon wish.
Krell & Math's
Ho. me-lTlS Second Ave.
We want your Ice Cream
order when you get ready to
treat your friends.
Special sale you Intend having, says an eonomlcal purchaser, who always keeps
announcements, knowlog that when M. & K. simply breathe of a special sale
money, and lots cf it.
How would you like nice summer underwear at 26o, 96e aad
48o. The qualities we are showing nt these prioes you will Sad
nt leaat a little better than other dealera are snowing at the
Negligee shirts, soft and lanndried. at SSa. 4Se aad ap to ft.
Beet Taluea yon ever saw at the prion. They'll bear comparison.
Boys9 Straw Hats.
Boys' straw hats at 194 l9c and S9& The lo kaU are S5c
quality, tha S9c are 40c quality, and S9e haU are 60o quality.
HMtf.Wea Second Street.
We will refund the price of the shoes, and you keep the shoes, if our
$a black and chocolate kid shoes for ladies are not superior A
in every way to any shoe offered in the city at the price. . . .
Too numerous to mention them all, but broken lines and odd sizes
are going so cheapjt's the chance of the summer to buy High Grade
Oxfords (not machine made) at less than so-called manufacturers
Sikity intizi Jxlj 3
Knowing many hare not
availed themselyee as yet .
we continue our great
For the coming week. In
thia aale we give you nioe
hand sewed ( oxforda In
blacke, wine, and tana for
55 a Pair
Ladiea' kid lace shoes at
S a Pair
: Missce Ox-blood aad tan
ahoes, regular 91.60 goods
55 a Pair
Ton nerer see suoh bar
gains aa you will get at
The coming week. Come
and see what 91 will do for
WM P SHTDBI3?
BARGAIN DAYS IN CHILDREN'S
Slippers, Oxfords and
IN BLACK, CHOCOLATE OR
For two days we will sell them at cost and below. We
have too many on hand, aad mast elose them out. We
don't want to carry any orer. Come nulok before nines
are broken. THESE ARE BARGAINS.
FOURTH AYE. SHOE STORE.
GEO F. SCHHAIJ2.
1501 Fourth Avenue.
Lor crest Assortment!
Order one of our beautiful
Men's Tan Shoes.
All email lota la children's salts nt greatly redaeed
Haw yo am tha splsndld shirt wnists we are selling at toT
.v Tom.eM ,wy PiI1
either of oar atoroa. Bock IsUad
1729 Second Ave:. 116-120 Eighteenth St,
an eye on our special
It means the arWof
barratas la erery