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THE AK6HJS. MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1900.
Weather We May Have.
Tartly cloudy with shoer Tuesiay
an 1 pcfcskl late t jrUfot.
J. M . SaERica, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 67; at coon,
of their earthly possessions
an extent of late.
FRENCH WINS GOLF MATCH.
Dill pieces at Uorton's.
Dill pickle3 at Uorton's.
Buy a home of Ridy Bros.
Dill pickles at Horton's.
For iasuraoca E. J. Burns.
For real estate, . J. Barns.
Ask for Kock Island Girt cigars.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Trv the American laundrv. Phone
Wait for the Dunlap hat at Stewart's,
If you want your property sold list
It with Jiull & Co.
(iasohne and oil stoves at cost at
Summers & Woodin's.
New 13 the time to buy an oil store
at bummers & Woo.lin a.
W. Ij. Douglas union made shoes at
The Leader, opposite the Harper.
Thirty-lire cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Anheuser-Busch bottled beer. A
D. Hucslng, sole agent. Phone 1338.
Fall sale of cnt're .stock of gasoline
anil oil stoves at fcnmmcrs A: aod-
Bargain salo now iroin;? on at Dr.
Keek's. Divonport. Positively no auc
Now is the time to buy a hard coal
stove, rood bargains at Summers &
Harry M. Schriver has moved his
law office from the court houe to
1712 Second avenue, over Stewart's,
Chr.rles Johnson, an employe of the
ash and door works, was hit by a fly
ing board this morning ana .sustained
a broken rib.
ITghe.st grade of work in the laun
dry line is done bv the American
laundry. A-k thoM; who have tried
it. Pnone !!.':;.
If vou need any wiring or electric
work of any kind don't fail to call cn
Fiebiir tSi Kobb and rct prices. All
work is tirt-class.
A report was circulated late this
afternoon that a child had been badly
gored by a vickhh bull in the pistur
id .1. (Jross, near the Watch Tower.
Before hiring a livery rig come and
look over our outfit?'. We can please
tho nuii-t fslid:ous. Half a hundred
vehicles to choasc from. Crallc & Co.
Walter Hovnton. while walking on
Tenth street Saturday afternoon, was
run down by a colored bicycle rider,
and received severe intern.il injuries.
At the request of their many pa
trons the Hume To a company have
put in a telephone, number h)'J6,
1M3 Second avenue. Copp A: (ladient.
Miss Clara Woltmann will open her
kindergarten at Lincoln bunding
Sept. 4. She will be glad to welcome
nil hvr old pupils as well as many new
Just the kind of weather for ono of
thoM) electric fans that Kicbig A; Ilobb
are selling. They are the most suc
cessful f ins that have ever been put on
One of the Kock liiver Ice compa
ny's delivery wagons threw :i wheel
on Twentieth street, between Third
ami Fouith avenues, this moruirg
The ice was spilled into the street.
If you pursue a course in Iregg
shorthand at the Justus school you
will save f 2i in tuition and three
month timo. I'.est system of touch
typj'.vriting aud business practice.
Camp Ir;ta Delta Beta, which was
rtlib'.i;.hed below U-jck river three
wccis i'go. has ceased to be, the boys
h..v:nf; returned home Saturday.
They aro a'.l feeling well, but they
hive not increased their weight very
Klr't Honors in Saturday' Coolest Go to
Saturday's match at the Rock Island
arsenal golf grounds was well patro
nized and closely contested. The
course was in perfect condition and
the work of the contestants averaged
better than at any previous match
this year. Judge French, of Daven
port, carried oil lirst honors and the
cup, while C. F. Lynde, of this city,
was a good second with the excellent
score of 94. Messrs. G. W. Burr, II.
Ainsworth and C. A. Barnard, scratch
men, also returned excellent score?.
The summary of the score follows:
Gross Handicap. Net
I Natb French ly
C. y. i.ynde
Capt HlUT M
H. Ainsworth . 15
A. iJimard '
VV. I.. Allen l'
A. 1, Moore ll'S
W Chambers OS
Mu.'or Hlunt 11-'
J. i). Cfiy 100
W. Krench l-'O
.V. l Uy 10i
W. K. .M-iCrca Hi
W. 11 Martin I"
.1. V.". flood 1Cm
K. It. Cable
y. i. Al'on 1 13
l.ieut. A liies 117
I. ejt Llck-on 117
I T KobU son 1:
K. 11. Van Patten IlM
W. J M-Cullounh li-
H K. Cable
K. ft Davitt
V, ( able. .Ir .
J ! '. I mubuc . . .
C. J. "jor:r
J . W. Ki wdoin . . .
(J I st Inner. . .
;. H I)i:ie ..
K. 1 . .Vldrtletou. .
K. C. f icke
L. M Mjks
Others who played were: C. R
Stephens. H. C. Wvlie. L. J. Cham
bers, K. K. Swan, t. Bjthnsen, V . II
Marshall, N. Kuhnen.
ALL READY FOR LABOR DAY
Hit Crowd Kipected at Trl-Clty Celebra
tloo Ht Moltne.
The arransrements for the annual
Tri-Citv Labor lav celebration, to be
held this year in Moline, are practi
callv completed. There will be the
usual parade of labor and civic or-
iranittions and business tloats in the
morning to be followed by a picnic af
ternoon and evening at Athletic park.
at the eastern limits of the city. The
principal address will be delivered bv
J. R. Sovereign, former trrand master
workman of the Knights of Labor.
Others who will speak are M. J. Mc-
Lutrv, Y . A. Jlcese, b. K. Kenworthy
and II. A. Weld.
All the r.-tilroads entering Molino
have made a rate of a fare and a third
from points within a radius of 5m
miies. Much interest is manifested
in the celebration not only in the three
cities, but in many of the surrounding
towns, and toe indications aro it will
b a largely attended and successful
Mi-s K ite McKccver. "721 l'.ighth-and-a-lcilf
avenue, faluted on Second
avenue and Seventeenth street Satur
day afternoon at 5 o'clock, after
a'.ighting from a street car. After
resti ntives had betm applied shi wis
removed to her home in the city am
bulmcc. Aids. Pender. Andrews and Con
cannon, the special council committee,
will nuet again tonight with repie
sentatives i f the D.. R. I. A: N. W.
and Burlington, to further consider
the proposition for the removal of the
ijstub switch on west Seventeenth
utiett. F. C. K'u-e. superintendent of
Illinois for the Burlington, is here
from tialesburg to attend the meeting.
Peter llartman. who worked on the
F:ul Rirsi-n farm, four miles north of
Walcott, Iowa, died Friday as the di
rect result of tho stings of boruets on
the preceding Tuesday. While plow
ing llartman accidentally ran into a
nest of hornets. The insects literacy
covered the unfortunate man's lody
with stiugs. BIooJ poisoning set in
and caused death. Tec pain which
llartman suffered for the three days
previous to his death was almost un
bearable. Chicken and turkey stealing is be
ing conducted on an extensive scale in
the upper end of S-ott county. The
farmers residing in the vicinity of
Argo and LtC'.aire are supposed to
have had from oOO to 5uo of their
birds stoleu within the paft two
weeks. If the thefts keep up much
longer indignation meetings will
probably be held and it would go hard
with the dishonest individual if he
should happen to fall into the clutches
cf the persons who have been drained
O TIPS FOR TRAVFI FRS O
l O'J to Chicago and return via C,
R. I. A: P. railway Auy. L'6 to .MO.
Seven through trains daily.
$1 i'2 to Chicago and return via
the I).. K. I. A: . railway on ac
count O. A. R. encampment. Tick
ets on sale Aug. 26, i7, 2S, 123 and ;50.
(Jcod to return up to and including
Through, wide vestibule chair cars
with smoking compartment between
itock Island and Chicago via the D.,
K. I. & 2i W. railroad and the C. &
N. W. railroad. The quickest and
nest line. For particulars inquire at
city ticket office, lfc03 Second avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
Free lunch all day and every Satur
day turtle soup at Felix Daxenbehler's
One mornin? the renders of a oertals
newspaper were perplexed to see !2
type the announcement that "the Sco
tns banded !own an important deci
sion yesterday." Tho afternoon paper
of the town, with which the mornius
paper for years had held a bitter con
troversy, interesting none but them
selves, laughed that day, as tho poet
ay. ;!) ghoulish ;:le" atid it was u
to th Jiiortiinsr paper the next day 4e
explain that "the types" made thera
s.iy tliat the Scotus did so nd so when
tin telegraph editor should have knowp
that that word was merely the abbr
viation of the telegrapher for supreme
court of the I'nited States.
The greatest sssu specialist in
America originated the formula for
Banner Salve. For all skin diseases,
all cuts or sores, and for piles it's the
most healing medicine. For sale by
If fortune disregard your claim
Don't hangthy head in fear and shame.
Hut marry the girl you love best;
Rocky Mountain Tea will do the rest
Ask your druggist
A lame shoulder is usually caused
bv rheumatism cf the muscles, and
may be cured by s, few appl. cations of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale
by all druggists.
V. B. Conklin. Bowersville, O.,
savs: ''I received more benefit from
Foley's Kidney Cure than from months
of treatment" by physicians." Take
no substitute. For sale by all drug-
0:E LOT OF LADIES'
TO CLOSE AT . . .
TAN LACE SHOES, COLUMBIA TOE, WORTH $2.50.
ONE LOT OF LADIES' THREE-QUARTER CUT SHOES. HAVE BEEN f 2.50,
TO CLEAN THEM OUT
ONE LOT OF
BARGAINS IN MEN'S TANS.
$2.00, 2.25, 2.50, 2 85.
TAN SHOES, 10-INCH CUT. ON NEWEST STYLE TOE AND A BEAUTIFUL FIT
TER. $3 GRADE. TO CLOSE AT
LADIES' OXFORDS, WELTS. BULLDOG TOES, MOST ALL SIZES,
I THE BOSTON
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
ana X-Ky work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, c-Surceon-ln-Chief
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness. Threatened Insan
ity, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood. Kidney, Livei
&dj sitln Diseases oan De Quietly sna permanently cured Dy our aavuucea system oi meoi
clne. VARICOCELE is the most active causo of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent cure In seven daysty our palnlcs
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. Wa
have cured many cases given up as hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surgleal
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore ycu cannot
afford to place your case In the hands of those who have had little or no practical exper
ience In the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S lanre private practice and extensive experience as surgoon-in-
chlef of St. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has cured hundreds who
were pronounce'd incurable by others during tne live years he has been located In Daven
port, proves conclusively that he is the physician you should consult If you want to get
Best of reference and credentials
Only Curable Cases Taken, ij yon cannot cii writ..
' Hundreds cured by mail,
oars, 0 to 13 . m., X to S and 7 to 8 p. m. Sunday 11:30 to 1 :30 p. m.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullough Building, Davenport, la.
Is the fact that you don't
have to tax your mind or
worry about what to get for
dinner. You can
COME TO OUR STORE
or call us by phone and we
will help you select your
fruits and vegetables for
dinner, as we always carry
a full and complete line of
all seasonable fruits and
OR D E R YOUR-POULTRY
from us, as you will always
get fresh dressed poultry.
1S30 Second Ave.
We do not
handle all tho
But We Do Carry
the largest stock of cigars,
tobacco and smokers' sup
plies of anybody in tho
The CEO. R. DAVIS
is concoded by all smokers
as being the best 5c cigar
ever put on the market.
Drop in and try one.
1706 Second Avenue.
IT'S A HOT SUBJECT
To talk about jut now. hut your in
terests demand It. Summer price
and clean, dry. re iaMe C3S1 are
rowoMt:rib!(. WehacdUe Cross
Creek. Letigh. and Pocahontas
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone 1193, Fifteenth street and
Notice is hereby given that the ucder?igred
has been appointed assignee of the Twin City
Irtifd MU4 Company, a corporation, and all
tenons hoidir-k acy c aim orcl!n:s against
a d the 1 w n c sty Hurcs.ed Millc Company, are
hereby noticed to present lie mhio o me.
ccder oath or affirmation, within three months
from th iate. wccthersMd claims are due or
cot. All persors indebted to said assif tor are
requested to ate prompt paymeat of the
Dated August?. l0.
Gt.'RGK F. Roth. Assignee.
J4G90!( A Hrssx and W.J. EjtTBIkUS.
Attorneys for Assignee.
Which closed last Saturday was beyond a shadow of
doubt the most successful Clothing Sale ever held in Rock
Island. The end of this sale does not mean the end of
M. & K. bargain giving, not by a good deal, but quite
to the contrary. We would rather discontinue business
than to discontinue giving bargains, and the most pleas
ing part of it all is
We Have the Bargains to Give and
Give them Cheerfully.
With the closing of this sale we find a great many
kind. Let's have
lots and odd sizes,
more fun playing
1. 2, 3 of a
This means if you can rind your size, or your boys' size,
where there are but lk 2 or three of a kind you'll find a
bargain and a good, big, fat bargain at that. It will pay
you to search for the men's or boys' suits where there are
but 1, 2, or 3 of any kind, ask for theminsist upon the
clerks showng them.
TWO BIG feTORES.
ONE TI3TV IilTTLE PRICE.