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THJ5 AUGTJS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1898
Th feather Wa May Bar
1 Fa'r and continued warm weather to
X nljrht and Friday.
Today's temperature 82.
M SBiBisa, Observer.
Fresh fish at MaucLer's.
Frean fish at Hess Bros'.
Bartlett pears at Long's.
Bay one a Kinship cigar.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Michigan peaches at Long".
Fresh catfish and bass at Long's.
Home grown peaches at Norton's
Pears and peaches for canning at
r or rename ere insurance call on
EL J. barns
O rapes, peaches, melons and apples
at jjauciter s.
Summers & Go's, stoves are new
t resh catfish, white fish and trout at
Hess Bros', tomorrow.
Black bass, catfish, sunfish,
pies and erch at Maneker's.
. Indications are that our Naval Re
serves will soon be home, now.
Plenty of fresh river fish at Hess
Bros', tomorrow. Phone 1031
Fall term of all departments of Au-
gustana college will begin Sept. 7.
Ail union barber shops will be
closed Sept. 5 (Latior day) all day.
Order a sack of Woodman Choice
flour. Sold only bv W. C. Maucker.
Promenade concert bv Petersen's
orchestra at the Watch Tower to
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
iee cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
Cash paid for second hand school
liocks bt J. J. Green's, 327 Twentieth
The Augustana evening school be
gias Sept. 7. Arrange to be there the
Second hand school books ImiuiMiI
and sold at J. J. Green's, o27 Twen
Fred Sohnert, messenger boy at the
postollice. has resigned. He is suc
ceeded by Frauk Terrell.
Business property, residence prop
erty and lols for sale in all parts of
the Ity by K. J. Burns.
Molir.e is contenting herself on the
certain'ty of a 40.0UO opera house.
How un n bo ut Rock Island?
Yoiu choice this week of any pair
-of Rock Island factory $3 tan shoos
for C. A. Hurst, "agent.
The fire department was called this
morning to the Tower saloon on the
east sine of Market s-jusru through a
The operations preparatory to re
laying ihe. Second avenue tracks of the
Tri-Citv Railway company were begun
The foundries at the Rock Island
Plow simps and the Rock Island Stove
works susjH-uded today on account of
the int use heat.
The Epworth League of the First
M. K. church will hold a business
meeting in the Sunday school room
tomorrow evening at 7:80.
The will of the late John Bru
baVer, of Kdgington, was probated in
the county court yesterday. Tbetes
tater leaves all his property to his
widow, Mrs. Sarah Brubaker.
Staff ('apt. Harris, of Chicago, will
visit tho local Salvation Army corps
and conduct special meetings Saturday
evening. Sept. 3, and all day Sunday,
1 1 o'clock a. hi. and 3 to 8 p. in.
If the weather would only promise
to le g'jod. tho street decorations,
with the exception of those that per
tain exclusively to the Woodmen or
der, might have been left up for Lalsir
Big days entertainment at the
Watch Tower Sunday and Monday
(I.bor day). Band concert and free
outdoor shows afternoon and evening.
Free dancing in the main pavilion
Monday afternoon and evening.
Take the new limited train on the
Rock Island route for Chicago. Leaves
daily except Sunday at 12 noon; ar
rives at Chicago at 4:S0 p. ru. Equip
ment includes tip to date Pullman car
and fa. nous Rock Island dining car
serving table de hole lunch for 50
There will be a game of base ball
at the Rock Island park Saturday af
ternoon between teams composed of
Rock Island and Davenjort society
voung men. The struggle will be
gin at 8:30. The proceed will lo
given to charity. It promises to lie a
Mrs. Robert Rueth, whose husband
disappeared unceremoniously aliout
ten das tro, and who has been living
in the hope that he would make some
exianation of bis strange actions
now arrived at the belief
np housekeeping and ro back to her
parents. Mc and Mrs. E. Strate. Rueth
is mouirni io ue in me sou a.
Biz outdoor attractions at the
Watch Tower Sunday and Monday
(Labor dav). Acrobatic, contortion
ists and trick bicycle acts, afternoon
and evening performances. Band
concert and electric fountain. Free
dancing Labor day in the main pavil
.on afternoon and evening.
THE SECRET OF BEAUTY.
Om Cu Hem Be FImmbI to Look Cpoa
rale, la Good Health.
"The most belpf nl and agreeable bath
is that of tepid water," writes Rntb
Ashmoro in The Ladies' Home Journal.
'Tew peoples can stand absolutely cold
baths, and, no matter how strong one
may be, such a bath shonld not be in
dnlgod in unless a thorough robbing be
taken afterward. To speak plainly, it
mnst be remembered that while a cold
bath may be more or less invigorating
it is net cfc-jiiiiug. I can easily under
stand the desire of every woman to have
a clear, beautiful skin, but I confess to
being provoked when I think of the
amount of money spent on lotions.
ereams and powders to be applied ex
ternally and which have nothing like as
good an effect upon the skin as a tepid
bath with good soap taken at least once
The condition of the skin depends al
most entirely npon the care given to the
general health. The girl who is np late
at night, gives no caro to her diet, in
dulges in various stimulants, bathes bnt
seldom and exercises less is certain to
havo cither a dull, mnddy looking skin
or one covered with disagreeable look
inir black and red spots. One should
avoid many sweets and much paFtry
and not allow herself to become a slave
either to tea or coffee any more than alio
wonld to some vicious drug or strong
stimulant. She should also remember
that unless she is in good condition in
temallv she will be anything but a
pleasant object to look npon externally.
It is a curious fact that with all of
tho improvements and modifications so
notable iu our nnvy we are still using
the old fasliioucil smoky, smelly powder
tlwt envelop everything in a gray pall.
obscures the view and confuses the gun
ners. Only one of our ships has been
using cord i to, tho wonderful smokeless
powder which the Euglih navy has
adopted. Tho rosnltswith this ship, the
New Orleans, wero truly amazing. The
rapidity, accuracy mid prfcisiou of her
fire were the admiration of all observers.
Smokeless powder has several advan
tages. There is no obsenring of the
view, tho explosion producing tho merest
hue.?, which lasts bat an inst:n:t. It
leaves but little residuum in the gnu,
has much more power ami is every way
more dosirable. Higher inur.zio velocity
s obtained with a projectile, as tlw
jiowdcr bums much more slowly than
tho ordinary sort, and, therefore gen
erates more gas as the ball travels up to
tlte mouth of the gun. The demsud for
smokeless powder seems to be one of the
imperatives of the immediate future.
New York Ledger.
Not Marli of a Relief.
Crusty Old Uncle Well, William,
I'vo decided that you needn't pay back
the $50 you got from me last summer.
I'm going to make yon a present of it.
Reckless Nephew Thanks!
Crusty Old Uncle Well, that's not
a very enthusiastic way you have of ac
knowledging my generosity. I thought
you'd be overjoyed at getting this debt
off your mind.
Reckless Nephew Oh, it hasn t been
bothering me I I had no intention of
paying yon anywoy. Cleveland Leader.
The Policeman What's yonr trade?
The Suspect An ironworker.
"Is that so? I'll see what yon know
about it. I need to be in the trade my
"I I mean in a laundry. " Indian-
Automatic Lawn Swing. Easy
Chair and Hammock.
615-1617 Second Avenue.
Remember the Main
STEARNS BALL BEARING LAWN MOWERS . .
nave cups, cones anu Dans, ino lriction. it tney aon c
'98 Sterns $50.
'98 Patee Crest Racers $36
BICYCLE STORE IS
'98 Tourist Specials $30.
'93 Solar Gas Lamps $2.60.
One hundred pairs of Chase Tires sold tis year. Call and examine them.
A full line of Sundries. Cheaper than any place in town.
tion than any other Mower, call and get your money,
io, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.
give better satisfac-
The sizes in inches are
202 Eighteenth Street,
To pick out a
dinner if you call at our store.
We have everything obtainable
in the market and the best as
sortment in town. All orders
promptly filled. Read our list:
Head Lettuce, Cauliflower,
Watermelons on ice.
Dressed Spring Chickens
leao smob! at.
Diamonds are cut in three different
forms the roso, the brilliant and the
Every Day Wants.
Candles, per dozen 10c
One-tjuart Tea Sleepers oc
Iar Flaring Tail 10c
I Large bottle household ammonia. Jc
Wash Blueing, per bottle Jo
! Whisp Broom .... ,'jc
Wood Salt Box
Curling Irons, all sizes
S.iiare Cake Tans
I 1 te
1 Egg Beaters l
Wood Kolliag Pin .rc
Woolen Spoon 3c
Perforated Chair Seat
Two Quart Cups
Ten Slate Tencils lc
' Two Lead Pencils lc
' Rubber Eraser ic
nhl. of whirh th Sfonnrl is th nrptti- 1 iv ms c
est. It is a double pyramid or cope, of
which the top is cut off to form a large
plane, and at the bottom, directly oppo
site to a small plane.
The ancient Greek believed that the
Tcnates were the gods who attended
o the welfare aud prosperit v of the
hnnaohitlil rnulu in frprv hunie. The t " " " lc
, i 1 1 i . i i tr: i Large 600 Page lablet
household Td of todav is Dr. Kins? S : & . T
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New Discovery. For consumption.
coughs, colds and for all affections of
throat, chest and lungs it is invalua
ble. It has leen tried for a quar
ter of a century and is guaran
teed to cure, or money returned. No
household shonld be without this
good angel. It is pleasant to take
and a safe and sure remedy for old
and young. Free trial liottles at
Hartz"& Ullmeyer's drug store. Reg
ular size 0 cents and 1.
! Ink. per bottle -lc
Slates, cloth bound oc
All Kinds of Supplies.
rhone 4474. Twentieth Street.
not return. She
AlADE ME A MAN
Only f'.'.iO to Cincinnati and return
via Rock Island route Sept. 3. 4, and
5. n account of G. A. R. encampment.
li;itlVf.I.T CCIK A I
NrrM ll- -aiign rolling
M'-Bfh. ton i4r w p l.i m
- IhiM. TIm-t W-klv Mil
ciu -r l mi,r ioJ H m mtn . ll Very.
wutlT, i it- l . 4 or nuric I
I'Mo-if Ml.. -ruuj I
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S We Do Not $
Choice of route via Peoria or Chicago, j k Offer you something for noth- K
Special train S-pt. 4 and i through to . ing nor do we sell one thing
Cincinnati without change. Both!R below cost in order to catch
standard and tourist sleepers. you on something else : :
Hard Coat Market. I S BUt We DO BUy Olid
Anthrax coal, all sizes, delivered S c nnrl
at6..-v0 per ton. for immediate de- kCJI All UOOUS
e. g. fbazer. w on a Cash Bass.
One Minute Coujh Cure surprises Q That is thereason why it costs
n von so much Jess to
you so much Jess
when vou trade at :
.aSti'SFwbSS peoP r ' qoick" cures and children
tiTina-. r-oaiTi aj Tiiii Twi,w53 ny " ,n 'rS qnanruies wnu-
Dw.jMS-t !. a-lll UMHin tt'o Vis n.aitla arMfM I a. tt. 1 - a .l. . . T a. t. avs.a f
omii-t. itkw emu per pacfcjuE", or us Mun , itself the bet reputstion of any prep- NtLOlIN O 1AoH unUUC.nl,
A 1 A Y PFMFIW Cfi ljzxwnn tickling in
' ' cou-hsl T. II. Thomas, A- J. Eiess
ana MarsaaU iaber, druggist. ana Al. t. liannsen, aruggisis
tolav for colds, cronp,
the throat or obstinate
329 Twentieth Street.
I Sir fflPIAIIC3
WHAT a stir our sale
week. Kindly smiles
customer gives upon
to return with a
which our values
of Men's Suits created last
of satisfaction a well pleased
leaving the store alone, only
friend, demonstrated the manner in
are appreciated. We shall continue
this Glorious Suit Sale for another week and to sweeten
the line we have added several new styles of more ex
pensive suits, which go on sale at the same price.
The styles, makes and
right or they wouldn't
several notches under other dealers
them lower. A duty to yourself and
qualities of these Men's Suits are
be here, and if the prices weren't
we would make
us is to read
ads carefully, learn our prices, make a
son, buy sfter inspection
TWO BIGGEST STORES TWO BEST STORES.