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XtUS ABO US, TUESDAY. AUGUST 13. 190i.
ing. If yoa have not seen tbem yoa
trCATHlS WE MAY HAVE
Genera fair tonight and
Jf't ducsda; moderate ternjcr-
J. M. SUEUtEU, Obtcmer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. OS.
at 3:30 d. m. 87.
If OMR, 1W IATTIH6S,
Bicycles at Wilcher'a.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For insnranctj, E. J. Barns.
Morning Light 5-cent cljjar.
Open tonight. Dolly Bros.
Kerler Bros, clean matttesses.
Homes for sale. A. Hash & Co,
List your property with Keldy Bros
Gasoline stoves at cost at V ileber's.
Novelties in photo supplies at Fie
Baseball Wednesday Kock Island
A. Rush & Co., room 6, Baford
block real estate.-
Wall paper at prostration prions at
r. J. Lee s, &econu aveaur.
The monthly memberehip meeting
of the Kock. mana c.iuo is 10 do ueiu
Fiebiz is the agent for Eastman
kedtk supplies, iilms, plates, etc. at
Harvmt sale cf wall paper at 1. J
Lee's this week Fifteenth street and
Evcrvthing electrical. Estimates
furnished. Kock Island Electric com
pany, 'phone 1280.
Boom mouldings at very low prices
at P. J. Lee's, titteentn street; ana
Bath's band will meet with Miss
Stewart, 805 Nineteeaia ttret, to
morrow at 4 o clock
r;nd balloon ascension and para
chute leap at the Watch Tower th's
Tuesday ana wcaccoav, iree.
Shirt waists, 3. ti 50 and $1.50
tjuality, your choice this week for 75
cents at Ivtmocri s n ggery snop
Cameras and rhoto supplies in end
less variety at bottt m prices at Fie-
bitr s. t ne instructions to everyo e
IJand concert, ba loon ascension and
Woodmen exercises at the Watch
Tower Tuesday and Wednesday, fre .
William L. Bjwer.s and Miss L'.liie
I)iwni.nf Uavenoort. were rarri.-d a
the court houso by Judge Adinn la t
For real estate ar:J reliibic insur
ance call on Hull & lieinnwv. r-.rr
15, Mitchell & Lynde t-uilding: Tele
Jii-ob Z;m;ucrnjan, 11 Tcr-i old
was thrown from a horse last evenicg
and bjth bncs of tha left fortarm
Per.rv Schrceier. the Dtvenpri
restauranteur. woi the kmg tagct
lin shoot at seneu zen pi: k, across
the river, Sunday.
Dm't fail to see the bs l on a;d n-
i-ion at the Woodmen relebaiiou m
the Watch Tower. Tuesday and
a. wheel belontrln'' to 11 E llr
was stolen last evening from in fro. t
of the place of business ol Ij iu w -s
on Second avenue.
Arthur Hansen had his hand bail?
squeezed in a prioling press at
Nauce s printing otiue on t. gnieenin
street this alternoon.
Clearance sale of up tr -d ite gents'
fnrn!hings for this week only, going
at :50, 0 atd 75 per cent dis:ouot at
Lambert s toggery snop.
Charles II. Iilmtr. of ISiirle Kivir.
Wis., and Mtsi tlHe - DjonelJy, t'f
Muscatine. Iowa, were marriei oun
dav by Magistrate G. A. Johnson. .
Hrlrt swtll Kock Island's record for
allenuance bv attending all tho caraes
from now on", dep'.te what the club
may do. Lvansville comes n canes
Ths frca exhibition of moving pic-
tares at the Watch Tower will conclude
Wednesday evening. Auer. 14. If you
have not seen them, take this last
For an -evening's entertainment
vUit the mtrrv-iro-round on Twenty-
fourth street. P.ck Island, and lake a
ride on one of the finest steam riding
calleries in the west.
C. E Case i now able to be out on
ihn street, with tbo aid of crutches.
Ha, of course, wiil not be able to uc
fie limb which was so unfortunately
fractured. lor tcvcrai wcckj.
Onlr a faw more evenincs of mov
Inir nio. ores at the Watch Tower.
Lul txhibition is Wednesday ever -
better not miss ton jasi cnauce.
Th Rot&il Mori-hnntl' aSSOCiat'on
Led a meeting last night, transacting
the routioa hu inftsa and discussing
various matters of interest to tw
Tan atrret c'enln force was 0
eCJ vesterdav ia removlog the
grow'ng vegetation tnai nw weu
permitted to tke root b;teen the
car tracks on some of the paved
Th mtrrlmm nf Anthonv Ilensler.
of New York! and Miss Elsie Soott.
one of the attendants at the Water-
town ho nit ' has been indefinitely
postponed on account oi me serious
illness of Mr. Uensler.
Ititr Wnrtdmen celebration at the
Watch Tower this Tuesday ana
WerfnAarifLT- R illnnn ascension, para
chute leap, band concert, prize drills
ana oiner emeriainmem, aueiuvuua
and evenings, all free.
if. II. Piprr-P nf Kfiokuk. Ia.. ana
Mies May Stephenson, of Bock In
land, were married last night at tb"
. - . at
rPHitipnon nf the bride'd rarenis. ur
and Mrs. William .Stephenson, Rev
wniiftm inrrance aiiiciaiini?.
Prof. H. A. Miller, of Sioux City,
ha l.ppn Alnptpd to the head consul
ship of the Fraternal Chopcera of
America, to succeed u. j woou, oi
Molinn. who died of heart dtcease
will not be moved. .
... .... . - . T 1 1
II. 11. At v wv - J
conri n rr miphlna fmfl ia conducting
an exhibit nf this household favorite's
work at Yonnz & McCombs' store,
where handsome souvenirs are given
to those who ca'l. It is an interest
r I - . . . , ... v
A stranger wno naa occn aoiog iu
town rfimrted to Dr. C. T. Foster last
nirht with a punctured scalp as the re-
in t nr navin? ?oiieu
Rnrr.ftthirn aharD. His wound
wm nnwed nn and he de
parted without manifesting any dis
position to enlarge upon the details
or the auair.
The Httcretarv of etate yesterday
. . . ' .. -
licensed tne incorporation oi tne uour-
nn I'rintirT comoanv. luouue, wbobu
buine.cs is announced to bo printing
and publishing. The capital stock is
f'J.UUU. ami tne incorporators are o
Maurice Farnham, Thomas 1. Stanley
ml Warren I Kistman.
Donntv Conntv Clerk Johnny liiock
r. - J . r... . - i.:.
ia hnl.linir the middle unccr ua uis
left hand straight up these days on
account of an injury to the member
received in contct wun a Daso uin.
.Tnhnnv -ot the fever and was prac-
. iointr nn to umDire the &ame between
th ft and tbo leins yesterday.
but bis bum hnger kept mm om it
Ju.-t now there is leing taten a
f the tvnftwriters in u?e io
the thrna cities, aod Ibo number win
h- rl..,e t.. 1 OU0. This number cl
nmoiiines rcDie-enta at lea-t oW
in.'riiDhtrii. It repressnts an out
pat of from 25 OCO to 40 000 letters a
v ThR centui 13 l-MU taca )r.
aud from the rtcord of the numbers
t ii tav for one haviog lost area
ohlr.n tn trere tt e lost article.
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The Kewanee biar claims ina mt
lation cf that place is
oow twice what it wa last viara
this time. Most of the increase oomes
from Huntiville Mo. A colored mn
c-iuie io Kewanee and found so much
ar tW there that he tent word to the
folks at home. They soon begn to
mlo inln Kamnce b tbe BCOre. The
town now in consequence has 125
We have unloaded dray load after dray load during tlie past few weeks, and our Carpet Department stands prepared to meet
any demand jou might make upon it. A dozen first class manufactures are represented in the stock. When you buy Carpets
here, you get quality, good sewing, good laying and the Right Prices. Is it worth while?-
A Step Inside Our Carpet Department will Convince You That this
is the Place for Genuine Bargains in Carpets,
Mattings and Rugs.
W. S. HOLBROOK.
103, 105, 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
At our space will save
you time and money.
Bead our list and phone
New He eta.
Ptne apples, Wtucrraelonn,
Mu.skruclons, Lew llcrries,
Apples, California Plums,
DreAed Chickens. Spring Chick
ens Drained to UrJcr.
1620 Second Ave 'Phone 1031 t
FOR YOUX SUMMER VACATION
YOU WILL NEED A
Suit Case or
POt mF RATHER IN
A namber of suspicious cbaracteii
we e arrested lv the ponce iasi nia'
and given iodping in the cay
i.nn!ir Thia morning thev all prom-
i. d to letve town aLd they v.irc
icn their liberty.
i hum m-rn rpnirLSin iiitmonuu
that there had bwn two hold-ups on
the streets last nitrht, but tbe jolice
.4nv anv knnwledO Cf tbo Cases.
The total nnmoer oi exira viiiv-'"
...r.oitrt with nnlicfl nowers for tne
k I 1 . U . ... -
occasion ana serving euni-r iu k-"
lie or private capacity is aooui ou.
Th. Aturrlraa Tjpr."
Timw wlio dirwt tlie Ktati. who ad-
minktiT Uh? citk-s. control the li-gisia-
,ir,. tli.. fm.nn iers. nu-rcliants, iro-
fossors. journalist!', nion or lotters
those whom I met In Koclety arc ncar-
ir nil of America ii birth and or mai toa
Aiiu'iican tvic. I rarely benra a lor-
riKii accent or taw a foreign -ounti-
n.inii. The American world Is iracti
rally "run by genuine Amrricnns.
iwrlirtirrs nr niort In evlovncc in
London or MnneliOHter. it M-einnr to
iii5in iIipv nr in New York. I'lilla-
ilelpbia or I"ston. I'rrdcric Harrison
in Nineteenth Century.
We have a full line and can till
them nn with iust what vou want
for a short trip Prices reduced
on all bummer uoous.
13 THE PLACE.
Harper House Block.
PEEP INTO 0 Ui
There You Will Find Revealed a Line of Men's Suits
l r -
Harper House j
TUf tuning fork was tiio Invention of
.if.iin Stone . roval truuinrter. In 1SU.
Tli'Migh the pitch of forks varies slight
ly with changes of the temperature or
by rust, tliey are the most accurate
mentis of determining piteu. mums
forku are capable of being made of any
..in.ii vithiii certain limits, but those
commonly usc-d are the notes A, and '.
giving the kouhus represenieu iy iu
weond anl third i-paees In the treble
nintincr For More.
"Did yo notice, Maria, how ill n;i
tured Jones got when be learned 1 had
Ix.usht that diamond brooch for you?
Now he'll have to get oue for his wife."
"I don't like Mr. Jones, and I would
not tare how often you made him HI
i rometntier on one occaiilon rcmon
titrating with an ea;H end mother for,
giving a laby iork and bitter btK-r,
Imt the reply was. "Bless you, sir, n!:c '
always takes the name as ourselves, tbe
Mile dearr London Tost. i
But be careful in in
vesting it. We offer
for careful buyers
J. B. ZIMMER,
. THE TAILOR.
1823 Second Ave, Soak Island
Among these Suits we are selling at $9J0 are a few.Stf values, but mostly $1650
and SIB qualities, and a few $20 and S22 values. After you have thoroughly viewed
these $9 50 wonders cist your eagle eye on the $10, $1250 and $15 qualities we
are selling at $7.9J. The size and price is marked on each suitvand you can call
for the suit in the wiidow should you not find the size in the store.
MEET ME AT THE