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TELtZ AUG US, TIIURSDAY..JULT 11, 1901.
VIATHUl WE MAY HAVE
Generally fair tonight and
Friday; little change in tem
perature. J. M. SHE R I Ell, Obacrrtr
Temperature at 7 a. m. 73,
at 3:30 v. m. 93.
Fresh fish at Schroeder's.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
For insurance, E J. Burns.
Morning Ivgbt 5-cent cigar.
Homes fer sale. A. Rush & Co.
2.50 men's sboe sale at Adams'.
Good values in Adams 2.50 sale.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
$2.50 for f 3 50 tan shoes at Adams'.
Cherries by the cae at liess Bros'.
Attend Young & McCombs' unload
Genuine welt tan vici shoes only
12 50 at Adams'.
A. Bush & Co., room 6, Buford
block real estate.
Economical buyers can get good
Talues now at Adams1.
Millinery 50 per rent off at
& McCombs' unloadirg tale.
& McCombs' unloading sale
Free exhibition of ruovlrg pictures
at the atcn lower tonight.
Fresh catfish, buffalo, black bass,
tront and whitefiih at Hess Bros
Table oilcloth 12 cents a yard at
loung ft McCcmus' unloading sale.
20 per cent discount on all jewelry
at ioung & McCombs unloading sale
Trices away down, many goods cut
In two. zoung & McCombs unload
The Moline chautauqua assembly be
gins Thurtday of this wetk at Pros
bee tbe fine exhibition of moving
pictures at the Watch Tower tonight.
i tree. tree.
Mr. and Mrs. Bern hard Andrews
have a new son at tbeir home, 811
Used bricks and lumber can be
bought cheap of II. J. Frvsincer, 22J
.thousands of visilcra and excur
8onists have arranged to attend the
Sixty pairs of f 2 women's black vici
kia sboes at f i.gu. ibe leader, op
posite uarper bouse
Twenty per cent discount on laces
and embroideries. louu & Mc
Combs' unloading rale.
Maccabee moonlight excursion Fri
day. July 12. Tickets previously
soia goou ro r ibis date.
There is real comfort in a pair of
Adams' f 2 50 shoes. Try them, gen
iiemen. xney are rignt.
The Moline chautauqua opens to
nigbt at Prospect park. Mrs. Bal-
lington Booth is to speak.
von t loreet tne w. it. J. excursion
July 16. Tickets 25 cents. Tickets
can be had at tbe landing
You know thst joa cm always get
bargains at our annual unloading
sale. Young & McCombs.
cut npw wnne me stocK is com
plete. Cost on many not considered
Young & McCombs' unloading eale
Julia Blacke was taken to St. An
tbony's hospital from 1923 Second
avenue in tho ambulance last even.
$ 3. $3.50 and ft noon's and women's
tan shoes for $1.98 Every pair guar
anteed. Tho leader, opposite iiarpcr
Ketail merchants excursion to
Aurora Thursday, July 25. Fare
$t 50 for round trip.
For real estate and reliable lnsur
nc cau on nan as itcmenwpy, room
16, Mitchell & Lynda building. Tele
Tbe Sunday school of the First M
, i . i i lit. . .
r cnurca win aoui us annual pic
nio and excursion at Offer man's island
Trains hnuily between Aurora and
Chicago. If you want to run over to
the big city on merchants' day herd
is your cnance.
lie id ember that all places of busi
ness will be closed merchants day.
Thursday, July 25. Third annual ex
cursion to Aurora.
Mnftic, dancing and refreshments
July 16, W. R C. excursion. Tickets
can be had at the landing
Call and get a glass of Thompson's
wild cnerry pnospnate free tomor
row at Hess Bros'.
Be sure to attend the Woman's Re
lief corps excursion July 16 on the
steamer J S. Boat leaves 7:10. Tick,
ets csi be had at tbe landing.
A grand clearing sale of all summer
millinery at Mtss Byrnes' for tbe r ext
15 days. Everything must go regard
less of cost. Telephone 561.
II. T. Siemon has moved his tin and
furnace shop from 1316 Third avenne
to Fifth-and a half avenue between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets.
Big supply of chandelier and glasi
ware to stock up our new store on
Third avenue are coming. Rock Isl
and Electric Construction company.
Retail merchants will run tieir
third annual excursion to Aurora
Thursdsy. Ju'v 25 Fare, for thtf
routd trip $1 10. Remember the
The ami of a gas pip) culling m i
rhn lH npi nl in-r . n r.
dtr Kfir o'n t i he hp of Channor,
P-rry & Co , fl w b:k nnd struck
H'uili'U Ferry m the head, lurto.-
ing a gash four inches in length. He
was removed to his home on Six
teenth stieet, where Dr. C. T. Foster
A party of Rock Island railroad offi
cials headed by Supt. C. L. Nichols
and Trainmaster IL H. Fenlmore, of
tbe Illinois division, were in the city
Toe circuit court was ad j turned
this morning till 9 o'clock Saturday,
after disposing of minor business.
It is proposed to adjourn for the term
if posslb.'e Saturday.
Don't miss the grand free exhibi
tion of moving pictures at tbe Watch
Tower tonight. Latest up-to-date
pictures Chinese war, Buffalo expo
sition, etc. All free.
One of Frick's rigs suffered-in a
collision with a Davenport outfit on
the arsenal drive last evening, all tbe
spokes being torn out of one frcnt
wheel. Ho one was hurt.
Tbe senior and junior endeavorersof
tbe Central Presbyterian church will
give a lawn social tomorrow evening
on Mr. and airs, uavia jjonaiasons
lawn. No. 1109 Fourth avenue.
Tbe annual meeting of the Iowa
and Illinois Central District Medio it
association was held at Soheutzen
park in Davenport today. Dr E M.
S.tla. of this city, was 'elected presi
dent. Tbe machinists' trolley party to.
morrow evening will start irom Mo
line, coming to Rock Island and going
to Dsvenport via tbe bridge line loop.
after wbicb a trip will be taken to
the Watoh Tower, where there will
be dancing. v
Hon. Thomas A. Marshall, of
Keitbsburg, and the nine otber Aroer
ican trap shooters who went abroad
seven weeks ago end won every matcn
in which thev took part, arrived in
New York yesterday.
Otto's Military band, of Davenport,
will accompany tbe excursijn to va
buque next Sunday, and will give a
free concert at Twin Springs park
uring the day. There is a large
dancing pavilion on the grounds
Vincent Myers and Gideon Reed.
of Buffalo Prairie, were brought into
the county court vesterday on a
charge of trespassing in tbe village
cemetery, Gdinore Hobart alleging
tbey chopped down an evergreen in
the ground). They furnished $100
Tbe Workingmtn'a Industrial Home
association, of Davenport, will give
an excursion to Dtibuuue next Sun
day. July 14. via the Chicago. Mil
waukee & St. Paul railway, espec
ial train will leave Rock Inland at 6:20
a. m; returning will leave Dubuque
at 7:30 p. m
Tomorrow tbe Orangemen cele
brate the anniversary of the battle of
tho Bovne at Litt e's grove, near le
emotion. Irom all indications it will
not fall below tbe standard in atieno
snce. A large number from this city
will be present, most of the livery
rigs bting already engaged for the oc
Sheriff Cralle has a card from Sher
iff Matthews, of Koox county, de
scribing property taken from a couple
of prisoners held there for burglary.
and asks assistance in findiog the
owners. He has a gold watch, hunt
ing case. Boss li led. No. 318.086 with
Hampden movement. No. 493,450;
double gold-plated chain with K of P
charm; pair of riding bi-focal specta
cles and a gold scaif pin with dragon
head design. The jewelry was plain
Iv taken in some raid and the owner
can have it by proving property,
YOU CAN FEEL
Ten Vrr Cent Coaler Tban the Thermom
eter by Unlng I'ruper Food.
Grarx-Nuts supply it.
list weather meals and personal
Fruit of some kind should bo used
at the breakfast during hot weaihcr.
Follow this with four heaping
traspnonfult vl Grape-Nuts, cold, and
treattd wilh rich, cold cream. This
dish gives the staying qualities nece-
earv. Add a slice or two 01 entire
wheat bread, with a very little butter.
U no meat for tbe hot weather
breakfast- Let meat appear but once
a day during this season of tbe year.
A little care in the selection 01 iooui
.... . .. ... . . .
will btlp one through the heat of the
day in a way that will not easily bo I
The bm Old Htorr.
J A. Kelly reUtes an eipericnce
similar to that which has happened in
almost every neighborhood in the
United States and has been told and
retold by thousands of others. He
saj6: "Last summer I bad n.n attack
ofdjsentery and purchased a bottle
of Coarubrlain's Colic. Cholera and
Lnarrhoea Remedy, which 1 used ac
cording to diiRcilons and wilh cu
tiiely batisfactt ry results. Tne trou
ble was controlled much quicker than
former attacks when I utd other
remedies." Mr. Kellv is a well known
? citizen of Henderson, N. C. For salo
by all druggists.
She Didn't Wear s Mask.
But her beauty was completely
hidden by Bores, blotches and pim
ples till she use 1 Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. Then they vanished, as will
all eruptions, fever sores, boils,
ulcers, carbuncles and felons from its
use. infallible for cuts, com s, burns,
scalds and piles. Cire gu ranteed.
25 cents at Ilartz & Uliemeyer'a.
A beacon light to the sick' and
afflicted. A life tncourager. Tale
counsel wli b yourself today and use
linky Mouuinii Tea .tomorrow.
tVftvu nl (xioilott fnilow its use. '1.
II I'honias' drog t ne. .
Sabscrlb for This ashui
To Advertise Our Prices.
We know they cannot be beaten. We want the public to know that we keep the QUALITY UP AND PRICES DOWN.
To show you Our Big Stock of FURNITURE AND CARPETS means to make you our customer.
Good all wool Carpets, net
Bedroom Suits, 3 pieces, largo bevel edge
Good Tapestry Carpet, as low as
See our Straw Matting at
For Sunday Dinners
it is the best policy to
read and watch th'u
space. Read Hit be
(Jm Hie berries,
A pi (cots,
Naral uisogea, Cherries.
Dressed Chics en. Spring Chick
ens UreRcd to order.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
For Straw Hats, Un
Shirts, Men's Shirt
Waists. We are
ready to serve you
Up-to-date Wearables. We
Make Shirts too.
IS THE l'LACE
Harper House Block.
Our ads if you want to find ex
ceptional offers. We are -always
ready to give a square
deal for a round dollar. Sit
down in a quiet place and
read our advertisement. Oar
suitings are up-to-date.
J. B. ZIMMER,
1 Second Ave, Book Island
Solid oak Library Tables 7.75
Solid Oak Wash Stands 7.75
Solid oak Extension Tables, 6 feet long 3.00
Sideboards, solid tak, polish finish, largo French
plate bevel edge mirror, net 10.25
W. S. HOLBROOK.
103, 105, W7 East Second Street.
hlrt Waists are
The New York World Says:
Washington, June 24.---"The wearing of shirt waists by
visitors to the executive mansion has been officially pro
nounced good form. A man appeared at the portal of the
White House and desired to look through the east room.
He wore a regular shirt waist. The guardians at the door
looked him over and held a consultation, and then passed
it up to "the" captain of the watch. That official, after look
ing the pink and white stripes over a bit, gave it as his
opinion that the shirt waist was a good thing and that
the wearer thereof exhibited lots of common sense."
THEY'RE STRICTLY FOR MEN AND COMFORT.
t mmm unu ii
the White House!
I'., I . I V
more of those $16.00 hair mattresses for 10.50
Refrigerators, hard wood, well made and finish.
baby carriage with break, rubber tires, up-
Go-Carts, rubber tires 3.75