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tJS AUG US, SATURDAY. JUIiY 27, 190 1.
VEATEB WE MAT HAVE
Partly cloudy toniaht and
Sunday and possibly thun
derstorms; continued warm.
J. JU. SHERIEU, Obseroer
Temperature at 7 a. m.7 8,
at 2:30 p. m. 9 J.
Twentv-third street near Fourth
avenue, died last night or dipntnena.
land was buried this afternoon.
Bigeeat event of the season at the
Watch Tower Sunday. Balloon as-
1 - .4 1 Jl . 1
cension, parachute leap, oign uivei
from 80-foot lower Into net, moving
pictures, band concert, etc.. all free,
K C. Downs, 439 Fortj-fiflh street,
who waa slight? overcome by the
beat a few days ago, was taken worse
todar and the am balance waa suin-l
75-ccnt leghorn hats
Lawn swings at Wilcher's.
Bay a home of Beidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
List your property with Eeidy Bros.
Watermelons on ice at Hess Bros1.
Hiirh dive at the Watch Tower Sun
Balloon ascension at the Watch
A. Bush & Co.. room 6, Buford
block real estate.
Plenty of dressed chickens at Hess
Bros', this evening.
Kin or shine, umbrellas 13 cents
tonight at McCabe's new store.
Women's oxfords worth $1.50 to
night for 75 cents at McCabe's.
We have money in band to lean on
real estate. Eastman, Godfrey & Co
Fine, soft bleached muslin 4 cents
a vard this evening at McCabe's new
This evenine turkey red table
linen 74 cents a yard at McCabe's
Twenty-five dozen handsome neglige
shirts, white and colors, just received
If vou have lots or land for sale list
them with Eastman & Co., 1714k
Evervthing electrical. Estimates
furnished. Kock island Electric com
pany, 'phone 1280
Tonieht tine percale and madras
$1.50 shirt waists 3'J cents at Mc
Cabe's new store.
Tonight writing tablets 1 cent
each: envelopes to match 1 cent a
package at McCabe's.
Grand free exhibition or moving
pictures at Prospect Park Sunday
night. Don t nnts it.
Take a cool ride to the Watch
Tower tonight and see the fiee exhi
bition cf moving pictures
Band concert at Prospect park San-
day afternoon and evening
pictures Sunday night free.
Ladies 68 and
and misses Mexican hats "JO cents to
n'ght at McCabe's new store.
One of those peerless Knabc pianos
was today purchased at Totten's
music houso by Mrs. Charles McIIugh.
Henry Stengel, the plumber, has
moved his shop and residence from
1804 First avenue, to 1316 J bird ate
Have you seen the free exhibition
of moving pictures at the Watch
Tower? Change of pictures every
Tonight hair brushes 5 cents o.c
ladies' and children's hose euppnrt
ers. all sizes. 5 cents each at Mc
If you want to buy farm lands or
city property examine lint of Eastojan
& Co. for bargains. 1714 Second
Dancing at Prospect park Wednes
day and Saturday nights. Moving
pictures at Trospoct park Sunday
For real estate and reliable Insur
ance call on Hull & Hemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele.
Men's shirt waists, finest goods,
pries very low at McCabo's this even
ing. 1 wenty hve dozen oU-cent fancy
gauze shirts and drawers I'J cents for
Henry btcngel will figure on your
plnmbing. He also does first-class
repair work. Shop and residence 1316
Big free show at the Watch Tower
Sunday. Billoon ascension, high
dive, moving pictures, band concert,
etc. Doa't miss it.
Mrs. Minnie Ruhser. of Moliae, has
filed a bill of divorce, seeking release
from the matrimonial relation with
George W. Ruhser.
The employes of the Rocky Island
Buggy company are having their an
nual picnic today on the shores of
Kock river near Sears.
The Ninth street German Evangeli
cal church excursion to Clinton am!
return takes place tomorrow on the
steamer J. S All are invited.
Do you need a sewing machine?
We carry a'l kinds of the best make,.
Five-drawer, drop bead worth $-'5;
our price only $14 95. Young & U;-
The Lidies' Aid society of tbeEdgt
wood park Methodist church wtll give
a social at the parsonage, on Foity-
third street and Tenth avenue, Tues
Don't mis the Ninth street German
Evangelical church excursion on the
steamer J. S tomorrow to Clinton
and return. Tickets will Le on sale
at the landing.
If you want to buy a business, ho
tel. restaurant, laundry or other class
of business, seo Eastman & Co. for
some choice investment of the kind
1714) Second avenue.
H. T. Sicmon has moved his tin and
furnace shop from 1316 Third avenue
to Fiftli and a half avenne bctwwc
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets
Phone No Brown 5501.
.Trthn Ivnllr lVin S Trr-fiil ann n'
Mr Josephine Kelly (colored),
moned to remove him to St. An
Mrs. Caroline Shaffer, while visit
ing at 628 Eighth stieet. was taken 1
with a severe attack of cholera mor
bus and was removed to her home,
1308 feiehth avenue, in the ambu-l
lauce yesterday afternoon.
Tomorrow the Ninth street German
Evangelical church excursion will
take place on the steamer J. S. to
Clinton and retnrn. Round trip 751
cents. Children from 7 to 12 years 40
cents. Tickets will be on sale at the
Emil Braet and Miss Mary Depape
were married yesterday at St. Mart's
church, in Moline. A wedding break-1
fast was served at the home of the
bride's brother in that city. The cou
rse will reside on Seventh street, in
Kock island. .
As will be seen by the Associated
Press dispatches on another page,
Frank Howard Collier, the eccentric
Chicago attorney who last year tig-
ured in a number ol cscapaaea in
Rock Island, is lying at the point of
death in a Chicago hospital with ntuei
hope of recovery.
Di you want a good investment on I
vour money? it so ouy some on
t-tock in the Oil Spring company, of
Bikersupld, Cal., Hock, lor sale Dy
George E Scott, at the Gem laundry.
The company' land is situated right
in me oil teii. mow is me inuo mi
buy and get in on the ground tloor.
The dispatch io-last night's Akji s
stating that George Kennan, the au
thor and lecturer, had been ordered
out of Russia because be was un
trustworthy politically." was read
with interest in Rock Island, many
here havincr heard Mr. Kennan'a lec-l
tuie last winter in Moline, on which
occasion he was a guest of the Tn-City
The contract for the A. B. Curtis
residence, on Forty-third street and
Seventh avenue, has been let to Leaf
& Coy. of this city. The stairs and
reception hall and parlor will be fin
ished in red oak. the remaining seven
rooms in cypres. Chipped bard
barned paving brick will to used in
the foundation, liatn room. gns.
electric and water closet lixtures
mako the house complete. It will
cost $2 000.
Tho Rock Island Roohng company
has closed a contract with Hammer-
quiat & Holm for blocks to be used in I
the main builJing of the Tn CityCon-
denfrtd Milking company. The hoi
cks are to be used
thioughout. they being regarded as
superior to any solid bricks in the
. . .
work which the company nas 10 oo.
They will be used in the foundations
a) well as the walls and as a complete
ieces of Furnitui
The Remarkable Success of Our Spring Bussncss has Brought About the Accumulations of an Unusually Large Number
of Odd Pieces. Desiring to Give our Patrons a
GREAT BARGAIN IN FUPNITU
We have decided to place all the Odd Pieces on sale next week. Also a large lot of Ingrain and Brussels Carpet Remnants.
Bring the measures of your rooms with you. You can buy these at nearly your own price.
103, W5, W7 East Second Street, Davenport.
Of Fruit and
consists of any
thing that is
Read list below
Fine soft bleached muslin 4c.
Umbrellas, rain or shine. 13a.
Women's oxfords, worth $!.&'), 75o.
Ladies 68o and 75c leghorn hats
Misses 75c Mexican hats 25c.
Percale and madras $1 50 shirt
Writing tablots and envelopes, per
Hair brushes oc.
All sizes hose supporters 5c.
For this evening only. Bo prompt.
Dresaed Chlnkens. Spring Chick
ens Dreesed to Order.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
For Straw Mats, Un
Shirts,' Men's Shirt'
Waists. We are
ready to serve you
Make Shirts too.
Fish and chicken lunch tonight at
Ponce I)e Leon saloon, opposite the
Suicide Willi Unknown Cana.
Iljwine, Wis.. July 2i. hilo en
rriitf rnnii nn-apo to .(inwaukw u
the CoMlri!i s-toanir-r Vircini:i. C. K.
IVrikk. :i.liiT of Manning & P,r-
iik bank cf Chariton. la., jumped
vcrloflrd in tlir mouth of 11i Hoot
river v steriay inoniins. IVrriok
:i vears of ape. a rolh'pe graduate and
n man or means, no was hihhu io
build a SIo.ihhi Huninu-r home in Iowa.
No c ime for th suk ido in known.
13 THE PLACE.
Harper House Block.
American I.eag-ue Men Feel the llol.
ClnVnuo. .Inly 27. President .Tohn-
foii nniionniis that tlio pame rorreitfu
to i Mcvelaiid by Wahinptou on July
I ha. lo n thrown out. and ord?ret
l1av'd sipain. He tinwl the Washing
ton clu) $H)0 for If nvinp the neld. and
OT.i'ioii $U5 for cuttinir third base, en-
nblltis him to srore the run that tied
nnd caused the trouble.
For Kooeevrlt In 1904.
Kansas City. Mo.. July 27. Fifty
prominent Kansas lhv uepuoiK-ans
f y f
i 1 i
A'en area nee.
Returned Traveler I have often
thought of that young Mr. Tease and
how he used to torment Miss Auburn
about her hair. Did she ever get even
Old Friend Long ago. She married
bim. Illustrated Bits.
Ladles and waiting maids among the
enelent Greeks and Koraans wore plain!
hoops of gold or silver in their ears.'
and as time progressed thce lmmc
more elaborate, iprccioMS geme being
Subscribe for Tbs Abous.
Our ads if you want to find ex
ceptional offers. We are al
ways 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. ZIHMER,
1823 Second Ave, Bock Island
PEEP INTO OUR
There You Will Find Revealed a Line of Men s Suits
J" 'i t.mik nil" .'t'--JJ
Among these Suits we are selling at. $9.90 are a
and SIB qualities, and a few $20 and $22 values,
these $9 50 wonders cast your eagle eye on the
are selling at S7.9J. The size and
for th; suit in the window should
price is marked
you not find the
few $19 values, but mostly $16.90
After you have thoroughly viewed
$10, $12.90 and $19 qualities we
on each suit and you can
size in the store.
MEET ME AT THE
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