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THE ABGHJS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMB.EB 13, 1100.
Weather W. Hay n.ve.
tcniiht -d Kridaj: continued
J. M . Sbebjb, Observer.
M; at 8 30
cents, quarts 4
.i cents. Young
See Dolly's ad, page 5.
Fresh fish at Hess BroVi
The American Girl fehocs.
Fresh fish at Schroeder's.
The American Girl Shoes.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance E. J. Barns.
See the American Girl shoes.
Try the American Girl shoes.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
New dill pickles at Morton's.
Fail etyles now In. Dolly Bros.
Dressrd chickens at Schroeder's.
Ask for Rock Inland Girl cigars.
Heavy sole shei at Dully Bros.'
Knox and Stetson hats Lloyd's.
Call for La I'lor de K. T.. D. 10 cents
List yoar property wiflfEeidy. Bros
The American Girl shoe is a beauty
The American Hirl shoes are reliable.
Wall paper at low prices at
If you want your property sold list
it wun null & Co.
Buy your cooks and beaters at
Yonng & McCombs'.
O -der your fish at Hoss Bros.' to
morrow. I'hone 1031.
We can now suit you in fall wii'Iin
ery. Young & McCombs.
KnaiDeld beauty pins, o cents per
nozen at louog sc AlcUomos .
White fish, trout and catfish at Hess
Bros.' tomorrow. I'bone 1031.
Plenty of peaches, pears and Dam
son plums for canning at Horton's.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Anheuser-Busch bottled beer. A.
D. Huesing, sole agent. Phone 1388.
Lidies, note the change of ad of the
Modern shoe store. It will pay you.
Tie ball for Windsor tie. 25-cent
ki"l. Friday, 15 cents, at Young &
Tint fruit jars 3
cents, one-half gallon
One hundred freight cars in addi
tion to three uew engines have bpen
ordered by the I)., K. I. & N W. road.
Forty-five tickets to JosIIu were sold
this morning at tbe Burlington depot.
The board of supervisor went in a
For a nobby and up-to-date line of
skirts and j-ickots see Young & Mc
Combs' line befum making your pur
chase. If you need any wiring or cleetrio
work of any kind don't fail to call on
FieWg & Kobb and get prices. All
work is first-class.
N. E (JSson. cf Ishpeming. Mich ,
ha? taken a position as prescription
clerk af. J. M Keim's drug store cn
Tbe trolley wire at Second avenue
and Twelfth street wai down yester
day afternoon and street car traffic
was tied up for about half an heur.
Before biting a livery rig come and
look over our outfits. We can please
the most fastidious. Half a hundred
vehicles to choose from. Crallc & Co.
Have your watch cleaned and re
paired at Brrokmao's, tbe Twentieth
street jeweler, as all work is guaran
teed and nothing but first-clasn work
manship is done.
Tbe American Girl shoes are tbe
lest shoes made for f 2.60. All styles,
nil sizes all widths and all the same
price $2 50 at the Modern shoe
stoic. 1705 Second avenue.
I'asscnccr train No. 12, due hero
on tbe Rock (Maud at 5 a. ru , was
thtee hour late this morning, having
Wea delayed In making connections
by a wreck near Kansas City.
C T. Henderson, who Is a factor in
the spreading of the fame of Lewis'
single binder cigar?, was a Rock Isl
and visitor yterday, returning to
his home in I'eoria last night.
Minnie Patting, 12-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Patting,
fractured an arm iu a fall yesterday
afternoon near her home on Fourth
avenue and Twenty-fourth street.
The ladies of the First M. E church!
will give a coffee tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock at tbe residence of Mrs.
G. W. fish. 921 Twentieth street.
Come and bring your friends.
William Filter it Co. have in their
fall gcods iu farcy suitings and nobby
trous-ers. Some of tbe hne.-t goods
ever shown in the city. Their prices
are low and workmanship high. Call
and see them before selecting else
where. 32 Twentieth street.
By request, the Augustana Conser
vatory of Music will form closes in
sight singing, car training and dicta
tion in Toiteu's ill u sic studio, above
the music store. All those interested
in music iu all its branches are in
vited to meet Prof. Peterson and Mrs.
Lund Monday at 4:30 p. m. and also
8 p. ru.
Tbo dismantliug of tbe electric
light towers has progressed only to
the point of the icaioval of one of the
number distributed abaut the city.
Some of the towers have been stripped
unvil in some cases only two lights are
iu operation, giving but a small frac
tion of the illumination they are sup
posed to furnish. If tbe towers arc
to be banished let the council have the
work done properly. If they are to
stand they should be equipped to do
tbe service they were erected t pcr-
form. Let thtre be no
iness about it.
The dispatches from Texas have as
yet failed to bring any definite infor
mation concerning Alta Lorn a. iu
which Rock Island is particularly in
terested, from the fact that a number
of former residents of this city are
residents of that place. The telegrams
say that the town was completely
wrecked and several people killed.
bat the names of the victims are cot
Simon Goldberg, of tbe Peoples laun
dry has added to hisadvantagesforfirst
class laundry work a machine uch as
Is used by the big city laundries, and
which is for domestic laundry work.
By means of this machine collars are
given a natural fini'h and made to
Iook as good as new, having none
of the artificial gloss that so often
stamps poor laundry work. The
Peoples laundry, it should bo remem
bered, is located on east Seventeenth
btret-t, in the rear of Mitchell &
Lvnde's building. Do not forget the
location and dou t negiect to call
James Fuller, tbe eccentric old man
who was mobbed at Erie Saturday,
Aug. 4, by some two hundred indig
nant citizens of tbe place, is now in
the Watertown asylum, having been
taken to Morrison and au inquiry Into
bis mental condition resulting in a
verdict that he was insane. It will
be remembered that the mob un
nercifully lashed Fuller, who Is C6
years of age, with rawhide wh'ps. after
bavin? bound him to a tree, taller
had been accused of beatlDg his
daughter for attending a public dance.
and also for having struck and choked
his wife for defending the daughter
THE DUDLEY BUCK RECITAL.
Try one of those Cotton Felt
TRADE IS COMING OUR WAY
Your Friends and Neighbors are Taking Advantage of These Low Prices.
WHY NOT YOU? .
Try one of those Cotton Felt
65c large wood seat chairs
$4 white enamel iron
$27 leather easy chairs, all
$7.50 handsome mahogany parlor
$10 golden oak, polished, bookcase, glass
$5 solid oak extension tables, six feet long.
15c China mat-
$6.75 fancy corner chairs,
$8 fancy roman chair, birch rnahog-
' anized . ,
65c all wool carpet
$2.75 fine lace cur
$6.50 mahogany polished music cabinet, enclosed,
$10 velour couch tufted spring edge, 32 inches
wide, six foot four inches long 8.00
$6 handsome tapestry cur- "
The promptings of economy should ead your steps here Everything is marked at a price that will make you realize what opportunities there are HERE to make your
money go a long ways. The only place to buy FURNITURE AND CARPETS in the Tri-Citie3 is at HOLBRpOK'S.' Never before have we been able to offer FURNITURE
at this time of the year at these prices. Do not be deceived. These prices are not exaggerated in the least.
103 to 107 East
f ress Opinions From Near toil Far Cod
earning the Eminent Tenor.
Considerable interest is being mani
fested by those who appreciate good
music iu the lecti.re song recital to be
iriven bv Dudley Buck, Jr., at Augus
tana college Friday cveningSept 14.
Mr. Buck need no introduction to the
ublic, but the following, a few of the
llatteriog notices he has received, will
be of interest:
Dudlev Buck, Jr., as Faust, de.
serves hif,h credit. His voice is a fine
one. and beautifully trained. lie sang
all bis music with the greatest care
and was loudly applauded for the
Salve diuiora. " London Telegraph,
ilarcb 2b, 1S5.
He has a mellow tenor voioe. of
naturally high range, and be sang
with eae and artistic finish. London
Kagle, Dec. , 138.
Tbe lecture song recital by Dudley
Buck, Jr., assisted bv Miss Grace
Ames, was given iu tbe Auditorium
asl evening. It was a musical treat,
nd undoubtedly the highest in class
f the entertainment season. Cedar
lapid Republican, May Hi. 1900.
Of Mr. Buck as a singer little need
s said, for bis reputation is already
made on two continents. Not only
did be 1 ve up to it but ho augmented
it as far as Divenport Is concerned.
Miss A 'lies' voice Is remarkablv true.
acd in the difficult passages are these
qualities especially noticeable. Dra
matic power is also a feature of her
singing Daverport Republican, May
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Through. wUlo vestibule chair cars
with smoking compartment between
Rock Island and Chicago via the D.
R. I. & N W. railroad and the C &
N. W. railroad. The quickest and
best lino. Fc particulars inquire at
city ticket oillce. laOJ becond avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
On Sept. IS. tic C. R. I. & V. rail
road will sell round trip tickets to
Denver, Colorado Springs or Putblo.
at rate ot f 23 I'o. gooa tor return up
to Oct. 31. Also on tbe above dale,
home seekers tickets will be on sale
to a number of points in the north,
vest and southwest at the rate of one
faro p'us $2 for the round trip. In
addition to regular trains a special for
Colorado points will leave Rock Island
at 3:10 p. ra.
A Delicious Morsel
Can brhad at any time
from our line ot fruit
and vegetables. Read
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Calif ornla FlumsSugar Pears,
Malaza and TokaCirapes.
Plumbs, by the peak.
Sprlnu Chickens Dressed to Order,
Dressed Cmokens, Dretsed. Turkeys,
1830 Seeond Ave.
YOUR FALL HAT
We Have a
Full Line of
A President!! March for Hryaa.
Music is to be a feature of tbe pres
ent political campaign, as it has been
of other campaigns in the past.
Among the tirst in the held this year.
in that narticulr line, is George L.
Siemonn. x vouue composer, of Balti
more, who has written "Siemonn's
Presidential March," which has been
dedicated to William J. Brvan. The
march will be published by the Capi
tol Publishing company, of Washing
ton, and is expected to figure in tbe
democratic demonstrations all ovtrl
One of the grandest views in Illi
nois is from the windows of the day
coaches out cf Moiine east. The in
sane asylum at Watertown rises like
Windsor castle in old England, upon
the ri Igc of a noble down. The great
Mississippi, looking more like a sea
than a river, frames the view to the
westward. Hills, verdne-crowned.
reaches of forest, glimpses of rapid
waten racing, and high over ad.
against the sky line, the great, grav
castle of wrecked lives, broods and
broods. Geneeo News.
Watches of all sizes and all
prices, and we make a spec
ialty of carrying fine railroad
watches and cordially invite
the public to call and ex
amine tbe line.
Fine Line of Diamonds.
We always carry the finest
line of diamonds and are al
ways pleased to show our
stock. Call and see our line
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
Allen Halverson. ot v est l'rauie,
Wis., savs: "People come 10 mile
to buy Foley's Kidney Cure;" while J
A. Spero. of Helmer, lnd., says: "It
is tbe medical wonder of the age.
For sale by all druggists.
Ciirls, if vou wish to be a June
bride with red lips, laughing eyes, a
lovely complexion, take Rocky Moan
tain Tea thi month. 35 cents. Ask
Is a Good Thing if
Taken in the Right Way.
The tip we wish to give to
smokers is, that we carry
tbe largest stock of cigars,
tobacco and all kinds of
smokers' supplies of any
body in the three cities.
nothing but the best 5 and
10c cigars and a trial of
one of our cigars will con
vince you. Drop in and try
1705 Second Arena.
It shall be any fashionable shape you say. It shall not
cost more than $3 if you want the best hat made; nor
more than $2 50 if you want the second best. If you pre-N
fer an Alpine, all the stylish shapes and shades are here
at 97c, $1 50, 2 to $3. Do you pay for the inside of a hat
or the outside?
Here Is a Five Dollar Derby and One
Look Alike, Feel Alike.
Inside the five dollar Derby is a label bearing the name
of some manufacturer. It costs you just two dollars for
that label Will you pay it? If you love your hatter -better
than you love yourself go to him for your new fall hat
and pay his price, but if 50c to two dollars saved is any
, object to you, come to us. A fine line of Alpines from
97c to three dollars.
The Best Line of Derby sin Town at $1.50 to $3.
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TWO BIG STORES.
ONE TINY LITTLE PRICE.