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THE AKGTJS. MONDAY, AUGUST 20. 900
Weathrr We May n?.
G terjily fair ar.d continued warm
weather tor.Ubt and Tuesday. Possibly
cooler ty tomorrow LiLt.
J. M . Shebikb. Observer.
Tun-per ture at 7 a m 74; at noon.
Fead M. & K. add.
Odd suits. M. & K.
Buy a Lome of Reidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Burns.
Kock Island Girl 5-eent cigar.
For real estate, K. J. Barns.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
More barzains than ever at Adams'
A few more davs for bargains at
If you want your property sold list
It with null & Co.
Buy a box of tine cigar. at the liar
per house cigar stand.
The city council meets tonight
W. L. Douglas union made ehoes at
The Leader, opposite the Harper.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant
Anheu.er-Busch bottled beer. A
V. Huesing, sole agent. Phone 133X
Watch the special sale tours at
WcC-tbe's August clearing sale. Be
Who are the leaders on sales? Why
1 oung & McCombs . bee their preini
Odd pants, one or two of a kind
must be sold out. Prices? Well,
come and see. M. & K.
A line of misses' tan stioes for o
ceits a piir. regular f 1.25 and $1.40
gntdes. at Adams' sale.
If we have vour size among the odd
suits it is a saving of 1 to $.j to you
L'jmfi and see. M. & K.
$1 92 to Chicago and return via C,
K. I. & V. railwny Aug-. i'G to 30
Jferen through trains daily.
For that sultrv feelinr trv one of
our $5 tlannel suits former price
$9.51). M & K. odd suit sale.
There is much summer comfort in
our nobby llannel suits at $o -former
price $9 50 M. & K. odd suits.
Low prices Iwars on our competi
tois' minds buy a wheel of Lloyd j
Vou know the h'gh grade kind.
S W. Kathbuii, of I'reeinptiou, wa
in the city Saturday ami purchased a
line upright piano at Kbcrhart's music
Judgij Sheriniii. of Macomb, will
-k here Sept. 7 under the auspices
of the Illinois state republican committer-.
If wc have your size in .lohnstuu &
Murphy's tan hue.s you can have
them f ir $3 a piir. gentlemen. Adams
The finest line of domestic an'' Key
West cigars in the city at the Harper
house cigar stand. A specialty made
of box trade.
I'on't miss reading Youi g & Ma-
Combs' big ad. Kemeinlwr, lo p-r
rent of your purchase free in cro k
If vou need any wiring or electric
work of any kind don't fail to call rn
Fiebic & Robb ami get prices. All
work is llrst-clafs.
A line of ladies' Rochester made
shoes, hand sewed, line vici stock,
regular $1 values, go for $2 60 this
week at Adams' sale.
The regular meeting of the Wt
man's Christian Temperance I'nion
will be held tomorrow at '2:'A0 p. m.
at the Y. M. C. A. chapel.
The reason Young & McCombs'
store is always thronged with buyers,
thev give better values for vour eah
Premium sale all week.
Chicago's eminent vocalist. L. A.
Phelps, will be at Library hall. Dav
enport. Friday and Sat unlay, Aug.
24 und 25. Voices tested free.
The sixth and last promt nado cm
cert of the season will be given by
Strnsser's band at Schuctzen pirk,
l);ivenport. Tuesday even'n g, Aug. 21.
Before hiring a livery rig come and
look over our outfits. We can please
the most fastidious. Haifa hundred
vehicles to choose from. Cralle A: Co.
Ir. W. II. Ludewig's bicycle, a '.'7
model CO'Utubia, wa stolen Inst even
ing about 8 o'clock from the levee
warehouse at the fcot of Nineteenth
Just the kind of weather for one of
those electric fans that Fiebig & Robb
are selling. They are the most suc
cessful f ins that have ever been put on
The list of American t'ruis receiving
awards at the Paris exposition in
cludes the name of Dtere A Co The
company had a large exhibit of its
goods at the fair.
The marching corps of the Bryan
and Stevenson Anii-luiptrialistic club
meets tonight to complete the organi
zation and select uniforms. The
meeting will be at Turner hall.
1) F. Krell hns len chosen by the
Kock Island Postoflice Clerks associa
tion as delegntc to the Natioual Post
office CI r's association convention at
Atlantiff Citv. N. J.. Sept. o to G.
Those wishing to studv voice with
Prof. K. L. Pailbrook this fall and
winter would do well to make early
application, as his time is limited.
Only a few more pupils can be accom
modated. Albert C. Hiyden. state inspector tf
jails, almshouses, . etc . locked over
the Rock Island county infirmary Sat
nrdav and pronounced it second to
none in the state in point of economi
F. C. Rica, sup rintend.nt of Il
linois lines for the Burlington, was
to have been here today to confer
further as to the removal of the stub
track on West Seventeenth street, but
was taken suddenly ill last night and
was unable to leave hi3 home in Gales
burg. Through, wide vestibule chair cars
with smoking compartment between
Rock Island and Chicago via the 1).,
R. I. & Ji W. railroad and the C &.
N. W. railroad. The quickest and
best line. For particulars inquire at
city ticket office. 1&03 Second avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
Fall jackets, woith $o, for $2.50:
dressing sacnues at half; summer
wrappers for 46 cents; f S silk waists
3 87. $2 K6; $1.60 feather pillows
cent9; $3.60 lawn mowers, $l.o8
15 refrigerators. $'J, and other
enuallv sharp drives at McCabe'
August clearing sale.
I he weather prognosticator prom
ises a break in the hot spell tomorrow
night, lie avs it mav come sooner
Of course he will not trv to stop it if
it does, but in order to play safe he
cannot agree to dehver the goods be
fore sundown Tuesday. The ther
mometer registered 93 in the shade
Bigger crowds, sharper bargains at
McCabe s August clearing sale. Rem
nants of ingrain carpets, 10 cents
per vard; $1 shirt waists. 25 cents
rrencn percales, worth 40 cents, at
12 cents; $1 1'5 black silks, 09 cents
are some of the reasons whv the
crowd comes here.
It is reported that W. L. Velie, who
recently resigned as secretary of
Deere & Co., Moline, has been offered
the position of general manager of the
Mccormick Harvester works, Chica
go. lne position carries a salary of
f I6.U00 to f 20,000. It had been held
for many years by E. K. Butler, who
resigned in li'.ti. and has since been
filled by one of the McCbrmicks, who,
it is paid, desires to retire.
J. R. Herman, the state lecturer of
the Illinois Single Tax league, will
be here this week and begin a series
of open air meetings. Mr. Herman
bas been engaged in the work for the
prist five vears and has been all
through the Missouri valley. His
work has nothing to do with the
pre-ent political campaign, but will
te pinelv .single tax. I hese meet
ings have been very interesting
wherever Mr. Herman has been, as
they precipitate lively discus' ion.
The Clinton, Iowa, grocers will
hold their annual picnic at Dri park.
Thursdav, Aug. 2'J. There will be
plenty of good music and outdoor
ports besides the m.-iuy natural at
tract ions of t he grounds. The D., R.
I. & N. W. railroad will sell tickets at
36 cents good on regular train leav
ing Rock I-land at 8 a. in., also good
on tria iroiu uavenpoit at l uo
(noon), returning on train .No. 5, ar
riving at Rock Island at 7 p. m. For
pirticularp. inquire at city ticket
oilice, 1803 Second avenue, or passen
gtr station, foot of Twentieth street.
The incautious lighting of a match
in the presence of escaping gas caused
an explosion yesterday morning in the
general oflice building of the Chicago,
Burlington uinev railroad compa
ny in Chicsgo. which resulted in the
injury of General Supt. J. D.
Hesler. of the company, and C. T.
Lee. chief janitor of t he building. The
latter was the mure severely burned.
His scalp was scorched by the llamss,
and he also suffered severe burns
about the face, hinds and arms. Mr.
Hosier was able to go to his residence,
4426 F.llis avenue, in a carriage, arid
the burns on his face and hands were
treated at once. His condition is not
AGAIN ASKS A DIVORCE.
Tlifcremt M. Frey Film Another 1'rtlcloo in
Theresa M. Frey, of Moline, has
tiled a bill of divorce iu the circuit
coort asking to be freed from her
marriage with John M. Frey, on the
ground that the latter is an habitual
drunkard. The couple were married
here in 1S75, and in 1 S'J 2 Mrs. Frey
askid for a divoii-9 on the same
grounds as now. Mr. Frey, however,
mended his ways and the matter was
allowed to drop.
Al Studer, a 9-year-old boy, was
brought before Magistrate Stafford
Saturday afternoon on a warrant
charging him with the theft of a
basket of pears from Max Ziffren, a
fruit peddler. On account of the ex
treme youth of the culpit he was re
leased, afttr the pears were paid for,
with an admonition.
That Throbbing rlfmUrh
Would leave you if you used Dr.
King's New I.fo Pills. Thousands of
sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for sick and nervous headaches.
They make pure blood and build up
vour health. Only 25 cents. Monev
back if not cured." Sol i by Hartz &
Values Smashed I
this Week. I
ONE LOT OF LADIES' TAN LACE SHOES,
TO CLOSE AT
COLUMBIA TOE, WORTH 2.60,
ONE LOT OF LADIES' THREE-QUARTER CUT SHOES. HAVE BEEN 2.50.
TO CLEAN THEM OUT
$2.00, 2.25, 2.50, 2 85.
TAN SHOES, 10-INCH CUT. ON NEWEST STYLE TOE AND ABEAUTIFUL FIT
TER, 3 GRADE, TO CLOSE AT
ONE LOT OF LADIES' OXFORDS. WELTS, BULLDOG TOES, MOST ALL SIZF.S,
BARGAINS IN MEN'S TANS.
AJtfrtUfil I. lot of Letter No.
T.Nt of letters uncVlefl fir at t!ie p-stofflee
g is. iuu:
O Concei. J:i:es.
Hinitier. M otue.
Iled. N ?,!.
Ktsairit. Ker K .
Vinson. D ra
Wi.l s, I. C . Mr
H O I.ooirLs.
S T L-ii.T.
When eilliriK for advertised letters please
five lt number
Thomas II. TBimis. Postmaster.
at Koelc Island. A
I'.iyle. JohaH .
Henders.ia K. H..
I-u ii . K .
I.ir.;-j::. Jobn. M
A. V. lie?i
A lame shoulder
bv rheumatism cf
is usually caused
the moacles. and
mav be cured by a few applications of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Our Beotrle Machine for
the treatment of Nerroua
and X-Ray work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, e-Burceon-ln-Chief
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains. Sleeplessness. Threatened Insan
ity. Welt Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion
CATARRH. Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvct
and Skin Diseases can be Quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of medi
cine. VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treftt
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent oure In seven dajaby our palnlcs
methods. Hydrocele cured In toree days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to, their sex should consult us. We
have cured many car.es friven upas hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surgical
operation performed at vour home If O.enlred. Abdomlual and brain surKery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
aSord to place your case in the hands of those who hare had llltlo or no practical exper
ience In the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S largo private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-in-chlefofSt.
Anthony's Hospital together wiih the fact that he h:s cured hundreds who
were pronounced incurable by others during me tlve years lie has leen located In Daven
port, proves conclusively that he is the physician you should consult if you want to get
... Best cf reference and credential!
Unlv Curable bases taken, h you cannot can writ..
Honrs, tf to 19 a. m., S to 0 nd 7 to 8 p
Office 124 West Third Street
Hundreds cured bv mail.
m. Monday 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Building, Davenport, la.
I VI I , fci
Your Attention for One
This week we'will have a full
line of fruit and vegetables.
Read the following list.
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Celery, Oyster plaut.
Watermelons, Etrir I'ltint,
M jr.lt Melons, Pa-sly,
r.reen Corn tlaulillower,
Ornires, Pine Apples,
Malaga add Tolls Clrapes.
Spring Chletcend Dressed to Order,
Dressed Cnickens, Dietsea Turkeys,
IKO Second Ave.
not handle all the
that are nianufac-
But We Do Carry
the largest stock of cigars,
tobacco and smokers' sup
plies of anybody in the
The GEO. R. DAVIS
is conceded by all smokers
as being the best 5c cigar
ever put on the market.
Drop in and try cne.
1706 Second Avenue.
Summer Prices at McKown's.
We Laodle the cetebrated West
Virgiuia Smokeless, Pocahontas
anil New River. Also Cross
Ce-k and Lehigh Valley Anthracite.
Notice i hereby river, that the u-derslcred
has be-a appointed a-tvcee of the Twin CtT
lur.fl d M;. Compcy. a corpora'.ion, and all
persons fcold;nr any c aim orcl!a:s at-a'.nst
si d the 1 win-City Pum.eO M:la Comnny. are
h r y r.tided to p-etut tb arce io me,
u aer oath cr nna'.ior.. wit'o:c three moniht
froai this case, whether s -Id cia'ms are due or
not. Al! persors lad bled to a!d a.sl- or are
requested to mane prompt payment of the
Dated Aupust 7 19CO.
GekROE F. R'jTH A&sifnee.
JrKSO i HCB-il and W. J Ettriki.
Attcrcevs for Assignee.
AFTER THE BIG SALE
Which closed last Saturday night we find many small lots,
1,2, 3 of a kind in Mens, Boys and Children's Suits. If
you can find your size among these oda suits you'll find
Your choice of those nobby llannel Coats and Pants,
former price $9.50, now at
Men's Odd Suits.
FOK $12 b5
FOll $13.90 and
FOR $16.50 and
19c for Choice of Any Straw Hat in the House.
Children's Odd Suits.
FOR $3.50 und
Wash Suits, Duck Pants, at Half Price
Men's Odd Pants.
FOR FINEST $6.50
Men's Oxford Shoes In Blacks and Tans.
$5 and $3.50 quality,
2.50 1 13 annow2 50. 2.00
While the price on regular lines have been advanced above the special sale price, they are however,
very much below regular value, and we have taken good care to keep our prices below any other dealer
In town. REGARDING OUR ODD SUITS you'll not have a chance of this kind very often to buy
its actual value. Come and see about it.
a suit 1
4 , 3
k I ODD SUIT
TWO BIG feTORi;.
ONE T1SY JLHTIiE PRICE.
by all druggists.