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- 0 ' - jrnC ATOTTH. PniDAY. ATTGUDT 13. X
Probably fmlr wralh-r tonixht sad
8UunIj; warn tostfsjit
The teeaprrsture hat iin in the
erotral valley, Colonuin, and tha 1
amitniaaf A a.J Li- it
u. a. Hon.
H7BU vulcanises tin.
Hynes repairs bicycles.
Lee'a Little Gam Is the but broom.
Crelle Co., stylish livery turn
outs. Pearl tapioca 6 cents per pound at
J. E. Mootrote, of Chicago, ia in
Spring chickens dressed to order
If rs. David Sears left for Oshkosh
lfuseatine watermelons 0 and 10
cents at Horton's.
Plenty of Mason frnit jars at
Toung & McCombs'.
Fresh Invoice of noiseless slates at
.Young & McCombs.
Fall shapes in stiff and soft hats.
Sommers Va Velle.
School snpplies very cheap at
Toung & McCombs1.
California peaches, pears, plnms
and melons at Long's.
Any straw In the store 25 cents at
Sommers A La Velle's.
Spring docks and spring chickens
at H. Tremenn's Sons
Business going on uninterrupted
at Toung & MoCombs'.
Spring ducks and spring chickens
at II. Tremann's Sons1.
Prof. S. T. Bowlby and family are
Tlsiting at Princeton, III.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hsss are back
from their northern outing.
Four-quart granite milk pans only
10 cents. Toung A McCombs.
Ton will do well to attend the
Oustus school of business at Moline.
Green peas, string beans, erg
plants, corn and tomatoes at Long's.
Three-quart granite preserving
kettle 15 cents. Toung & McCombs.
Eicuraion Saturday on City of
Winona to Clinton. Kound trip 60
Mr. Hauschlldt has gone to St.
Louis, where he has secured a posi
tion. Eseursion Saturday on City of
Winona to Clinton. Bound trip 60
Arthur B. Llndsley, agent of the
81 pe. Dolman A Blake puny show, is
la the city.
Little fallows knee pants suits;
they are swell; see them. Sommers
A La Vel.e.
Mrs. F. S. Howe, of Ithiea. N. T..
is Tlsiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Crandall.
Company A, I. N. G , leaves at 9
o'clock tonight 00 a Burlington spe
cial for Camp Lincoln.
Turtle soup lunch at T. Van
Hecke's, Fourth street and Fourth
avenue, Saturday night.
A committee from Sherrard is in
the city soliciting aid for the strik
ing miners at that place.
Before the receipt of our fall stock
all boys' and children's clothing at
reduced prices. M. A K.
A. L. Tetu, assistant superintend
ent for the Central Union Telephone
company, was in the city today.
For rubber tired traps and buggies
order of Cralle A Co. Carriage with
eareful drivers at moderate rates.
We deliver Mason fruit jars to all
parts of the thn-e cities. Telephone
your orders. Toung A McCombs'.
Miss Emma Gil more and the atWses
Bellie Toole and Florence Mudie are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lard
ner. Open for inspection,1, fall styles of
boys' and children's clothing. Som
mers A La Velle.
Money to loan on real eatate se
curity, terms reasonable, and no de
lay. Apply to George F. Both at
Jackson A Hurst's office.
Belle, the police department mare,
was sold today to officer Dumbald
tor t&O, he being the highest bidder.
Another borne will be buoght.
Gustaf W. Carlson, of Moline. and
MUs E i. ma Patterson, of Orion, were
married jeteriay at the court
house by Judge Luclan Adams.
Information concerning two nicely
furnished rooms with first class
board in strictly private family in
good location can be obtained at this
The sale of the Davenport plant of
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Hold Medal. Midwinter Pair.
A twn Ota Cresset
, O YEARS TH2 STANDARD.
the American Preservers company to
in uiucose ugar Kenning com
pany is now looked upon as a settled
Kev. C O. McCulloek, D. D.,
lectures at the United Presbyterian
church this evening before the Toung
People's Christian Union, oa "John
Saturday we shall place oa sale ia
our Rook Island atom a Int nf kn
cfotaiag at reduced prices you can
iuu huh spienuia scnooi suits in
this lot. M.AK.
Special sale of high grade bicy.
cles, 135 to $36 each. Saturday. Aug.
14' ami wnlnep m H.w, w. ir
Storei 1901 Second avanna. Raat otv.
portunity ever offered to buyers to
.e. J a
go a goou wneei cneap.
Mrs. Thena Carroll ilnnnrA AA
at her home, corner of Sixth street
anascventn avenue, at 3 o'clock
this morning. The funeral occurred
at S o'clock this afternoon, inter
ment being at Chippiannock.
M. A K. have a force of carpenters
at work In their bi? store at Dam.
port placing it In readiness for their
grand fall stock, after which M. A K.
can boast of having the two finest
clothing stores ia this vicinity.
The Maocabees,.of Moline, will run
an eicnrsion to Clinton Sunday Aug
16. oa the steamer Winona and
barre. Boat will leave Rock Ialand
at 8.10 sharp. Refreshments on
ooab.vaacing xree. Tickets 60 cents.
' We shall nlana on aala a Int
of r boys' and children's suits at
Krouy reuucea prices; it's tne ena
ine of the summer trade all will ha
in readiness Saturday. Will you be
4 1. Q m. a. V
Union labor is making an aff.irt tn
have reoorted contracts mada h aim
of the aohool board committees with
Donahue, Henneberry A Co. can
celled because of the letter's employ
ment of non-union labor.
The Sheridan clnb haa iaanad invi
tations for a moonlight axftnralnn on
the steamer Winona Wednaada
evening, Aug. 18. Like all the
events lor which this club assumes
the responsibility it nromiaea to ha
a first olass affair in all respects.
Staff Captain and Mrs. 'Harris, of
the Salvation Army, of Peoria.
will.. . ba in Rnolr I.l.nH non.
Saturday and Sunday.' The captain
wm speaa in tne nspnst church sun
dav mornine. He will anaak in tha
Methodist church in the evenine.
mar . , O
ears, narris wui sing.
M. A K. will open a special ssle of
boys' clothing Saturdav in their Rock
Island store In their Davenport
store thev are having a final sale of
the Simon Stock. Tha atnra ia nnrfav.
going some big improvements and
an win oa in reaainess witb a com
plete stock early in September.
A WORD FROM DANFORTH
Waata ta Maat BhMla 8atr la TSraa
The following telegram eama tn
The Abocs last night. It Is self-ex-
C'btosgo, Aug. 13. EJitor of Thx
A rocs: Will deposit $-0 to fight
Sentry in three weeks. No bluff.
Tax Abocs communicated Dan.
forth's challenge to Santry at Mns-
Sweeney A Walker, representing
8. E. Carmicbael. have filed a peti
tion in the circuit court askiosr a
dissolution of the partnership of
Everett s uarmicnsei ana repudiat
ing whatever dealings the former
has done in connection .with the re
cent dosing of the Economy clothing
store. Mr. Carmichael will also ask
for an injunction at Cambridge to
morrow enjoining the sheriff from
disposing of the Eoonomy clothing
stock until the petition is passed
upon by the court, which will be at
the September term. Mr. Carmi-
oaaei at present at Bioomiogton,
led. His attorneys say that he was
not oonsulted by Mr. Everett con
cerning the two judgment notes, to
satisfy which the store was closed.
Mr. Carmlohael says he wants all
creditors to be treated alike.
The Voices or Ballet.
From 11:30 onward for two hours the
Turks did their very best Their fire
was incessant, like the "independent
firing" which is so comforting a busi
ness just before the enjoyable charge on
a big Aldersbot field day. We kept a
constiint watch and fired when possible,
but as we were against the skyline the
enemy bad a much better sight of us
than we had of them. However, from
behind our little wall we could laugh
and say, "Kale oral" ("Good morning
to you"), as the bullets howled past
By the way, the voice of a bullet
varies. There is the thin high whistle,
to which no one pays any attention aft
er the first half hour. There is the pro
longed moan, "the cry of a lost spirit."
as a novelist might say. There is the
wolfish howl, which for some reason al
ways seems to be taking one on the
flank instead of fairly in front, and lust
of all there ia the low, ill tempered
buzz, as though the nasty thing had got
out of bed the wrong side, as children
say. It is far the most terrifying, espe
cially if it suddenly stops as the bullet
strikes something close at band. It was
to those bullets only that we politely
wished "Good morning." London
The best Salve la the world for
Cute. Bruises, Sores. Ulcere, 8alt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
Hands. Chilblains. Coras, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or ao pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction er
money refunded. Price 16 cents per
box. Tor sale by Harta A UUeaeyer.
In the YoseaUte Valley a
while ago, a yomg fellow
went oat oa the edge of a
shelving precipice two than,
sand feet high, and balanced
himself oa hts head. A lit.
tie alio or little puff of wind
would have sent him to
eternity. Not one man u
million would be that kind
of a tool. But nine men
ten are all the time taking
There is no deadly peril
about a little fit of indwea.
tion or biliousness, and yet
11 a man auows inese troub
les to get a hold on him he
is taking aenoaa rtska.
Dyspepsia alone seldom
auia anynoay; that
u, it only kills yon
by inches, and takes
a good many years
doing it. Bat it
weakens and smder.
mines the constitu
tion so that it is all
ready to receive and
fertilize the danger
ous diseases which
do kill you outright.
on't grow ia
neutny niooa any
lore tnan corn will
grow on a rock. A
man who keeps his
digestion perfect and
his blood pure
eat and drink and
germs, bnt they gain
no foothold. They
are cast out of the
system. Bnt a man
with a dyspepsia
tion breathes in typhoid or diphtheretic
germs and down he goes.
The best health-insurance a man can have
ia Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It acts directly on the stomach and liver.
It gives the blood-making organs power to
make healthy blood. It clarifies the blood
from all impurities, and builds np the
healthy flesh, muscular power and nerve
energy, which fortifies you against disease.
His life-long success in the treatment of
Chronic diseases has given Dr. Pierce's
medicines a world-wide reputation. His
"Pleasant Pellets" cure constipation.
In our line. We en
deavor to put before
the publio the best to
be had in good eating.
Our Prices are Right
J Our Goods are Fresh.
Order early and you
will get the best selec
tion. Sweet potatoes,
watermelons on ice,
and dressed spring
1620 Second Avenue.
Phone 1031. k
And when It shows
slams of Irregularity
take it to
Woltmao, the Jeweler.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live' prices. High
In repairing at reason
1806 Second Ave '
17x7 Second Avenue.
F 70a want the beet Bicy
cle oa the market you
should ride the CRESCXNT.
1894 over 50.000 were sold
1805 over 57 000 were sold.
1896 over 70,000 were sold.
Buy a Bioyole with a His
tory and Reputation back
- of It. Call aad examine the
best line et Bicycles in the
Buy no ok Bread
KRELL & MATH'S
IS THE BEST.
The Following Grocers
HAVE IT FOB SALE:
A M. Blomquist, Mrs. F. Ehleb,
U. J. Sale, x Hess Bros.,
W. J. Qninlan, Mrs. Mitch,
Wm. Kinck, W. B. PettU,
J. M. 8chaab, W. C. Mauoker,
ChasLong. B. Euschmann,
6. E. Baiiey & Co.,Chas. Oswald,
Geo. Loshringer, C. W. Horton,
L. Weckel. C. Schneider,
Lange & Heitman, Hansgen & Sons.,
H. Wheelan. Wm. Ehleb.
J. T. Shields, Root. Rueth,
Geo. McDonald, J. BaitheL
Apple Bros., Sears, F.G.White, Milan.
Look for the red label on every
loaf. None genuine without it.
Onr bread is fast being recog
nized and called for by every
body. It is made from the best
flour and by the latest prooess
known to the baker's art. It is
of fine grain, rich ia flavor and
chuck full of nutriment.
KFell & Math's
Bill.' AND COmCTIOKIlS
Those 11M. . Ho. lTIC-nu Srsosi Ave.
Eat your dainty, rostly viands.
But give to me instead,
One solitary slice of
KrsU ft Math's pure bread.
pllli II) BMP 1 0
BALANCE OF OUR SPRING STOCK AT REDUCED PRICES.
Decidedly Us largest and best we have ever shown. The a.w
tariff Jill wm no, effeot price. her6. WB ARE THE PEOPLE who were po. the scene of actio., aad pld".T ord?rs p
vteu. to theadvMc. ia prices. This, together with the faciUti buyiag tnth. two largest .tore, and J. " 'Jt
advantages than ever over all compsUUon. After four weeks of hard work la the eastern markets '
We Shall be
15 l!!; TV" !h m,"ket e"17, p,M6d " ordw Ufor W11 b
? V . . ?"5idedly Md mot 1ttUiu of thoroughly meritorious aad high grade
m sne two osnaer stores tats
It will certainly pay
W-117 West Second Street,
No Profit in These Shoes"
For us, but lots of profit to your pocket-book if you
catch on to t pair of those 92S0 and $) Ladies' Shoes
we are selling at the uniform price of
Same Way With Oxfords.
It's dollars and cents to the woman
who comes here for Oxfords. You
don't need a fat purse, only a stray
dollar or so, and you can fit your eye
and foot both "cheap."
Will occur soon, showing the
largest and nicest line ever
brought Into this vicinity, com
prising the latest novelties that
the eastern markets can produoe.
Ia the meantime we wish to
make more room, and ia order
to do so there will ocour for the
next tea daya a
SUUMER - FOOTWEAR
It will pay you to call if in need
of footwear of any description.
Our great leaden inmea'swear
the coming season will be our
IS. 12 60. 13 and $3 50 lines, and
ia our ladies' the same pricca
YOU WAIT FOB
THIS SFASOM AND BB PLEASED
in Position this
yo. to investigate. We are offeriag
DO YOU WANT BARGAINS?
IF SO CALL AT THE
Fourth Av. Shoe Store
We have arranged a bargain counter In our ,
store, and thereon have placed a lot of bargains
In children's, misses' aad ladles' Uppers and
oxfords. Also high shoes In lace and button.
We haven't the space to mention all of the
gmt bargains we have for you, but Invite you
to call and see for yourself, as we think you
will find just what you want and at prices that
will please you. PRICES LOW ON EVERY
THING. FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE.
GEO. F SCIIXXAlalS.
1801 Fourth Avenue.
Hold To Your Money
Until you see what a dollar will
Hies-ei-piated tea kettles 7c
Square bread pans, 6x9 6e
3-quart tin cups
S-hoop palls 100
7 rolls perforated toilet paper... S6c
S bars toilet aoap la box 6e
8tove polish. 10x4 else Be
Clothes basket is
01 Fall Opto
Fall to Crow Over All Others. $
GREATER THAN EVER
inducement that appeal to the puree
1729 Second Ave:, 116-120 Eighteenth St
Clothes pins, per dos le
Ironing boards, folding 76e
Picnic platee, per dox 4c
Picnic baskets, twe handles. .... b
White rape aad esaeers. per net 18a
Good whisk broom So
Dust peaa Se
All water sets at half prloo this week.
before the advance ia prices. ?J
e aavanes 1. pneea. j
merehamdi -m h. sii.i.awd ,
of the economical.
Mores . . V