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ARE YOU THINKING
Of Buying a Piano? Only Four
More Days Left of the Great
Sale at Factory Cost.
Ponltlvely CIom the 30th-Pat 823 in
Your Intlcle Porket and Come to Oar
Store and Get a Piano at the Cost to
Are yon interested? Will you Lave
to buy a piano for your little ones
within the next two years? Do vou
want to save anywhere from $100 to
$150 in the purchase of a piano? If
you do, and act ijuick. you will have a
goodly numlxT to select from. You
will find here at fine a line of pianos
as there i in any city west of Chi
cago. The high class and character
of our pianos no honest man will call
in (juestion. We have sold this line
in Kock Island, western Illinois and
eastern Iowa for the last 25 years to
thousands of customers and 'not one
is complaining today.
We sold seven pianos and one or
gan yesterday, the lirst day of the
mile, which shows that the jwople arc
taking advantage of the unheard of
prices. If you wish to have a good
choice you had liettcr act quickly.
We are offering, and selling rapidly,
lirand new pianos for $117, $137, $14S
to $187, which is just about oae-half
the usual retail price.
We have a number of the highest
grade of Cabinet (irand pianos. finished'
in Kuglifthoak. Sandamingo niahogony
and Hurl walnut, the regular retail
price of which is $425 to $550. Thev
are going at this sale for $11)8, $218,
$248 to $208. $25 cash anil $8 to $10
per month buys any piano in the
New organs. $;17, $13, $47 to .63.
$6 cash and $3 to $5 per month buys
them. Good secondhand upright
pianos $85. $10 cash and $6 per month
buys them. Store oen evenings. Ke
meinler the place, 1609 Second ave
nue, Kock Island.
I). Hoy Kuwusr.
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
See Dolly Bros', ad., page 3.
Try Galaxy flour, at Morton's.
Watermelons on ice at Morton'.
Home grow n plums at Morton's.
Why not investigate osteopathy?
Try Morton's Mocha and Java coffee.
Linen shots at the S. I?. & S. Shoe
For reliable fire insurance call ob .
ISicycle shoes at the S. 15. & S. shoe
Dewey oxfords for ladies at theS.
11. A: S. shoe store.
Mixed candy 6. 8 and 10 cent a
pound at Peterson's.
Old ladies' shoes in abundance at
the S. It. & S. shoe store.
Gum drops 5 cents a pound at Pe
terson's. 325 Twentieth strict.
Itroken lots of men's tan shoes at
reduced prices at the S. 11. & S.
Jelly leaiis 10 cents a pound at
Peterson's. 325 Twentieth street.
Something new for the smokers, the
Ideal cigar. William Hurt Taylor agent,
Children's oxfords, all solid at 50
cents a pair at the S. H. & S. Shoe
Grand clearing sale of ladies' point
ed toe shoes at the S., H. it S. shoe
Ice cream, lemonade and cake at
Trinity mission grounds Wediiesd.iv
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ice cream at 111 and 118 Nineteenth
Kememlier that lless Bros, are sole
agents for Chase & Sanborn's leas and
He sure and see the Newman Bros'.
1i:inos lieforc buying elsewhere, at
1.000 pairs ladle1 pointed toes, $fi
ami grilles, at f .J and f 3..)0 per pan
at the S. H. & S.
The ladies of Trinity mission serve
refreshments on the chapel lawn
iteiueuioer i ne nieai w'nr is pure
and free from art ilicial flavor. William
Hurt Taylor agent.
Business property, residence prop
erty and lot for sale in all parts of
me cny ny iv. j. minis.
See the pretty new patterns in la
dies' pointed toe shoes at half price
at the S. B. & S. shoe store.
Miss K. Byrnes will close her large
and elegant stock of millinery goods
regardless of cost for the next '80 days.
Kresh cauliflower, egg plant, corn
and tomatoes, home grown plums
andl KTries at the Model Cash grocery.
The funeral of Mrs. Johannah
Byrnes will le held from St. Joseph's
church at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Take your friends to the summer
opera at the Watch Tower. "FraDia
volo" tonight: Olivetto" commenc
ing Thursdav uirht.
Truthful advertising aiwavs pa vs.
as shown by the way jieople are
crowding to lVdly Bros'., where tliey
are giving shoes away.
iK-s Moines is now making a bid for
the Columbus baseball team, which
is still putting up at Dubuque. Free
grounds are offered and good attend
0. K. Lewis, a truckman for the
Rock Island & Peoria, suffered a
slight attack of heat prostration Sun
day. Me had recovered sufficiently
today to return to work.
Prof. G. R. Housel will conduct the
opening rehearsal lor the war concert
to be given in connection with the U.
V. U. encampment at Carse hall at 8
o'clock this erening. The attendance
of all singers is ured
The insurance commissioners of
the states of Illinois, Wisconsin, Min
nesota. Missouri. Michigan, Iowa and
Ohio have completed their examina
tion of the Covenant Mutual Life In
surance association of Illinois, ami
have reported, sustaining and justi
fying the board of directors and man
agers of the association in increasing
the assessments for the mutual good
of the corporation.
G. W. Cash & Son, wholesalers of
Hour and feed, arc located at 1804
First avenue. They are the distrib
uting agents for the surrounding ter
ritory of the famous Owatonna flour.
This Hour, which is the product of
the Masting Milling company, of
Owatonna, Minn., is meetinir with a
wonderful sale, and is highly praised
by housewives everywhere. Clint
Cash, junior member of the firm, is
the active manager of Cash & Son.
Dr. A. II. McCandless states that the
burglars who visited his home on
Twenty-second street a few nights
ago. while he and his family were ab
sent from the city, got away with
about $100 worth of clothing three
suits, two belonging to himself and
one to his brother, II. A. McCandlcss,
who is here from Perry. Okla.. for a
visit. Dr. McCandlcss says it was not
the burglars' fault that they did uot
have any silverware to enrich their
hinder, as this was placed iu the
keeping of a neighbor.
TJie Weather We May nave
Generally luir tonialit and Wednes- jj
Today's temperature S3.
J M Sherihk, Observer.
TIIE COUNTY TEMPLE.
July 23. CathriuelLmrictU Steffcn
to F. W. II. Oldenberg. tract by metes
and bounds 1, 17. lw, $1,500.
Alice C. Walker to Conrad Kspiiiir.
lot '1, biock 5, Orlando Child's add.,
July 25 Itegina Jahn by master to
riiomas E. Cole, nw! sw33, 17, 4w.
J. K. Terry to Rhoda E. White, e
n 20, 16. 5w, $100
City of Moline to Mary Oshar, part
lots 1, 2, 27 and 28. block 2. Aldav's
third add.. Moline, $1.
Scores on the Hall Fit-Id.
Chicago. Jjiy 25. Records on the dia
mond mii'le yesterday by Loaque clubs
were: At Philadelphia Washington 8,
Philadelphia 4; at lirooklyn Doston 2,
HrnoUlyn 4; at ChisaRO Cleveland 0,
Chicago 7; at New York Baltimore
plvrn aiiiif 9 to 0 betur FreeiinviB
wmild not let tire flame go on nnWu
Holmes (Paltirnor) was disqualified
for a remark about "Pbeeneys."
Western League: At St. Js.ph In
dianapolis IS, St. Joseph 4; at Kansas
City Milwaukee 0. Kansas City 5; at
St. Paul Columbus 10. St. Paul 11: at
Minneapolis pciroit 7, Minneapolis 6.
Affair of the Home IEntlillng.
lIKwauke, July 26. The complete re
port of Ktat I'.ank Kxarrflner K;dJe on
the affairs if tlie Honif Iluildinu and
T.oub aKs.iciation.of which J.:hn Harvey
Myers was seereta'ry-tieaser, shews
the amount of stuck liabilities to be
$K:.OS.79: other liabiMtics. t-4.100. The
total assets amount to 4L';K1. The
figures are bayed on the showing of th?
books up to Jan. 1, since whbh time no
record of any kind appears to have
No Vf-rtliat In Krunejr'i Case.
Wilmington, P-l., July 26. After hav
ing been locked up rince Friday at 12:43
o'clock the Jury !n the case of United
States Senator Richard R. Kennpy.
(hanged w ith aiding and abetting in the
looting of the First Natioral baak of
Dover, last night was still unaWe to
a?ree upon a verdict and was dis
charged. It is sal;! that in twenty-five
ballots nearly every vote stood 7 to 5
K. D. Smith's ncnefirenre.
Madison. Wis., July 26. E. D. Smith,
of Menasha. who has Jus given a beau
tiful library buildim; to his home city.
has requested the Wisconsin Free Li
brary commission to buy for him fif
teen traveling libraries, of fifty vol
umes each, wMcli are to be sont out to
farming communities and small villages
in Calumet and Winnebago counties
from the Menasha library.
Four Chilrirrn Burned to Death.
Omalyi. Neb., July 16. A special to
The P.i-e fim Beatrice says: Four rhil
daen of Klmer Wallman. a farmer, were
burned during the absence of their par
ents. Thsrf aces range from 9 years
to an infant. How the lire caught is
Lient. HohMin' I'ianree.
Notlcsville. Ind.. Julv 2fi. Ouite a
pretty young lady. Miss Lttie Cook, is
visiting friends near this city. She is
from Osweeo. Kan., and it is an open
secret that she is rhe flanrx-e of Lieu
tenant Ilobson. of ?rriniac fame.
Another One of Those Draws.
New York. July 2C The Everharit
McPnrttand fi?'.;t was declared a draw
st the snd if the two.r.tr-f.fth round.
Federation of Labor. Attention.
Tuesday evening July 'Jo oocurs the
regular 'meeting at 'the Industrial
Whrn Von Take lour Vara t Ion
the most necessary article to have
with vou (after vo'ur pocket book is
a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is
an absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements ol the bowels caused by
a change of water. You are likely to
need it. For sale by T. II. Thomas.
Tea thousand demons gnawing
away at one's vitals couldn't l much
worse than the torture of itching
piles. Yet there's a cure. Dean's
Ointment never fail. For sale hv
Marshall & Fi.-her.
Xo-Tv-Em lor Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, mikes weak
men strong, blood pure. Wc, L All druggist
M H Bm Bicycles
1615-1617 Second Avenue,
This isthe Way
ThatllESS BItOS. have in
culling your attenticn to
lhcir)i.-t of line vegetables
and frutis. Rcuri the list:
' Head Lettuce,
M Wax Beans, Tomatoes, B
J Kgg riant. Celery, gj
K Green 15cans, S
H Radishes, Corn.
lied Kasiiberries, ('hcrrics.
R California and Georgia
l4 Gooscberrirtii. Currants,
11 luk melons and Watermelons f
on ice. e
g Pressed Spring Chickens 0
E and Ducks. f
nnn nnnn H
EC KH ARTS
Special Leader Every Day This
Monday at 9 o'clock. 10-cjuart gal
vanized buckets, each 10c.
Tuesday at 1) o'clock. 5 dozen good
brooms, one toa customer, 5c.
Wednesday at 9 o'clock, table oil
cloth, assorted patterns, per yard, 9c.
Thursday at 9 o'clock. 1 -gallon glass
oil cans, one to a customer, 12Jc.
Friday at 9 o'clock, 500 rolls toilet
paper, per roll. 2c.
Stove paste, large' size box. per
Must m:ike room for new goods.
All water M-ts in store at half price
t his week.
All fancy cups and saucers half
Any jardinier half priie.
Any fancy china plates at half prii e.
Hammock. and croquet sets regard
less of cost.
Phone417i. Twentieth Street.
K Offer you something for noth- k
ing nor do we sell one thing J
S below cost in order to catch ?l
vou on something 'else : : : :
J But We Do Buy and g
IZSeM7 Goods 5
0na Cash Basis.
That is the reason why it costs
you so much less to live
when you trade at : :
NELSON'S CASH GROCERY.
329 Twentieth Street.
V Fhone 1C90. v
makers and Crescent agents
are reliable, The Crescent guarantee
h as good as a bond. It is backed by a
concern of undoubted financial respon
sibility. If anything proves wrong with
a Crescent you know just where to go
to have it made right, and you have the
assurance that it will be done in a
prompt and liberal manner. They
make the world brighter. Examine
We have the largest
and cheapest line of
good Bicycles in the
Waveriy Bicycles, '98 Model,
Meislbach Bicycles, '98 Model,
Andrae Bicycles. '98 Model,
Andrae Racers, 98 Model
Second-hand Wheels at your
own price. See us before
324 Twentieth St., Kock Island.
303 West Third St., Davenport.
g In the
at $7 50, for
Ladies' Tans, have lcn $3.00,
Ladies' Tans, have been $3.50,
Ladles' Tans, have licen J4.00,
1 Ladies' Tans, have leen $2.50,
3 so at
This is the
Great place to buy your
home furnishings. More
truly great bargains
than are produced any
where else in the three
Prices Made to
See our extensive line
! Dlninz Chairs,
Oil Cloths, Linoleums
We save you money on
any and every purchase.
n . it rw
iur until u i u
324 826-323 Brady SUtet, Davenport
Choice of any Bicycle
we sold for $3.95, for
Child's Tan Slne, spring IiwK
5 to S
Child's Tan Shoe. sprin heel,
81 to 11.... !"... .
Ill to 2
We close at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evening. 5?
of irWkA, ,
Ulir-K OF JUST TiiL RIGHT AfiE
(Viu" from our bre.wcry. It I the farorit
rf 1ili -ter. the po'eme. the rich aan nd the poor man.
fti flvtr is deli icua. lt Lidy" right to plea.- tastet.
Mide rleht bore r.t be me of van finest malt and choicest bopa.
at.d b? the most .i'.,!i:x-'i process; vrbr shouldn't "KOCK
INLAND" be tt. bet?
those that we sold
have licen f 2.25.
Shoe, sprint heel.
Until your Lawn
and Plants arc
dried up before
you look after
your Hose and
If you have none,
he can supply
KOCK ISLAND BREWING CO