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THE AHGUS MONDAY AUGUST 2 luOl
Of Furniture has always made our store the
centre of Furniture dealing. Our stock Is the
best selected, most up to-date in styles and
most reliable in workmanship that the market
affords. The assortment is always kept com
plete. Just Now we are Showing a
Beautiful Array of the Lat
Of the Furniture Manufacturing World. We
have everything in our line including all
grades of Carpets from highest to lowest price.
Mattings and floor coverings of every kind,
Rugs in endless variety and In fact, a building
full of attractive furnishings for the home.
Remember the Store When You Think of
Corntr Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.
Or You Will Be Sorry
You Didn't Travel
We put on sale all small lots of Men's and
Boy's fine suits that sold all season up to
$22.50 for only
We need the money. Wc need the room.
That's the reason we are giving these great
values. We never disappoint.
YOU KNOW US.
OFF FOB LOUISVILLE
Knights Templar and Ladies
Leave to Attend Annual
CHARGES OP GAMBLING
MADE IN COUNTY COURT
Two more of those accused of
gambling during the recent carnival
were brought into the county court
today. Phillip Schanm pleading guilty
to two counts and was fined f 50 on J
each. J. W. Dressen gave bond in
the sum of 500 for an appearance
PLEASAUT TBIP IS PEOMSEDiTbe charges against Schaura and
I Dressen and V. II. Healey. who gave
I bond a few days ago, appear to have
been brought on the allegation of
their having permitted gambling de
vices to be operated la tneir saloons
Portion of Party Will Sea Buf
falo Expos.tion Before
Charles Fiebig was in Erie today.
Mrs. W. Karr went to Sterling this
nson has gone
for a visit
A large delegation of Knights Tem
plar, most of them with their ladies.
Everts commandery of this city, left morning-
IM mominir In tsn in.nil oara of.! Lee Robi
tached to the regular St. Louis train rvo
on the Q tor Lousville to attend the? .' "
, , ... . ; the city yesterday.
annual conclave of the order to be . . . , , , v
. ...... . .1 Mrs. Hermann Schwecke and
m Warsaw, lna.
Mrs. Hermann Schwecke
Hr.n aro vtBifincF in AnnflWfttl.
and Division A?ent H. D. Mack, of ... " ,
,.. u t i i. Misses May Corcoran ou
the Q, who is a sir knight, went pre- McCart- lefc t noon for Chicago
.L-reu to loos. itr nit, .nuspur.iua . .. d M8 0!iver Lew, h-e
facilities. 'gone for a 'week's visit in Toledo,
A crowd of friends assembled at the Ohio,
lepot to see the delegates off. The Mr an d Mra j H Wiig0n have re
cars they occupied carried muslin tQrned froni a northern and eastern
signs the full length on either side trj
proclaiming the home and the com-, .. .. . . .
mandery of the occupants. At Peoria i erd has returned after a sev-
tbey were to be taken up by the Big 4, eral weeks' sojourn at the northern
reaching their destination by 9 o'clock i801,19-
this evening. For four days the Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Patterson and
headquarters of the party from family are back from their trip to
this city will be at the St. Cloud Buffalo.
hotel, a ptrt of which was reserved , Mr. and Mrs. James Fuller have re
by those who went there to arrange turned from a trip to Buffalo and
for accommodations early in the New York City.
spring. Thursday a trip to Mam- Henry Burns
moth cave has been planned, and Fri- pewaukee Wis.
day those of the members who do not t)ast tw0 weeks.'
? . i t .w ' Miss Dora Sender has returned
In addition to those leaving from this . o i:V-
,. . i i .. home after a month's visit in Kiver-
. . . . . . . . side and Iowa City, Iowa,
at Mnhnp. anil the Alpdri narttr was to ' D " J1
meet the train at Alpha. I Mrs- A. C. Burrall, Miss Grace Fry-
Tho.. Wh w.ot. ' singer and Anuie and Cbarley Mont
Those who boarded the tnun were: goery visited in Atkinson today.
Eminent Commander H. II. Cleave-! Gabriel Mosenfelder, who has been
land. Uenrv Carse. Mr. and Mra. II ' spendinc a few days at home, re-
D. Mack and daughter. II. K. Mack, ' turned to Monmouth this morning
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Krell, Mr. and! Miss Sue Lee has returned home
Mrs. F. R. Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. after spending the summer with reia
W.E.Bailey and daughter, Mr. and Uvea iu Minneapolis and Stillwater.
Mrs. II. A- J. McDonald. F. G. Young, Migs Sue Klliott, of Cambridge,
u. u. uiuoni, ansa i-.mma J. i-a-twho na3 visitlns with Miss
mont and II. A Clevenstine. of this Lora Ostrom, returned home todav
V r; .l Mrs. John Ludwick. who has been
iuu on. nuu mis. o. ii - oerier, ji ' . .. ... . ... , . ,
., , , , u , visiting with her son timer Ludwick,
Barns' Mr. and Mrs. U J. Fullerton returned home to Champaign today
and Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Wayne, ofi L- c- Towntend, of Millville. N. J.,
Orion. nd Mr. ar.d Mrs. John Shan-' who has been the guest of his nephew,
non. of Moline. ! !' W. L Eddy, at Milan, left tor the
Of the above, Mr and Mrs. Mack
has returned from
where he spent the
Mr. and Mrs.. Krell. Mr. and Mrs.
Fullerton, Mr. and Mrs. Harrington,'
Mr. and Mrs. Burns, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilmerton. Mr and Mrs. Shannon,
Mr. and Mrs. Seyler. Mr. and Mrs. j
Bailey. Mr. and Miss Lament and j
Messrs. Clevenstine and H. K. Mack
will go on to Buffalo at the end of the
week, returning by the lake route.
W. J. KERR OBSEQUIES:
DAY'S OBITUARY RECORD.
The remains of the late William J.
Kerr were laid at rest at Chippian
nock cemetery yesterday afternoon.
Services were conducted at the home
on Thirteenth street at 2:30 br Bev.
William Torrance, pastor of the Cen
tral Presbyteran church, assisted by
auartet composed of Carl Taylor,
Miss Carse, Miss Bogue and John
Hazard. There was an exceptionally!
beautiful dispiay or towers ana
many from out of town were in at
tendance at the funeral. The pall
bearers were II. A. Donaldson, Virril
Warren, J. S. Gilmore, David Noft
sker and Louis Kohn, of this citv.
and V. V. Reeves, of Edgingtan.
The funeral of Mrs. Ann Ginter
was held at 9 a. m. yesterday from
the home on Fifth avenue, Rev. S. H
Thompson, of Geneseo, being in
targe of the services. Interment
was made at Unipplannock. Ine
pallbearers were Dr. J. W. Stewart,
William Don, John R, Warner, C. A
Walker, Robert Kuschmann and A.
The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Welch
was held at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon from St. Joseph's church. Rev
l nomas uacain ouictaiing. ine in
terment took pluce at Calvary ceme
The funeral of Mrs. Christiana
Seidel took place this morning from
the German Lutheran church. Ser
vices were held at 10 o'clock bv Rev.
u. A. iwenmcke ana interment was
made at Chippiannouk. The pall
bearers were grandsons of the de
ceased, those acting being Carl, Her
man. Otto, Eddie, Oscar and Waldo
Motica to the Public.
Having added coal to our ice busi
ness we are now prepared to mate
you a close price on any coal you may
wish. We keep you cool in summer,
warm and comfortable in winter.
Call now and engage your winter's
suDplv of hard and soft coal. Lowest
prices guaranteed. Ask us about a
coal that will keep your Hoes clean in
stoves or furnaces.
C. A. S noE35Ki.. Manager.
To Her CU1U1.
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nannie Galleger. of Da Grande, Ga.,
applied Buckiin's Arnica Salve to
great sores on her head and face, and
writes its quick cure exceeded all her
hopes. It works woudcrs in sores.
bruises, skin eruptions, cuts, burns,
scalds and piles. Curo guaranteed
by Uartz & Ullmeyer's drug store.
cast this morning.
E. W-. Schoede, chief clerk in the
otlice of Circuit Clerk (ramble, is back
at bis desk after a 2-wceks' vacation
In wnicli be enjoyed a trip down t-o
J. C. Pentland has returned from
Goodrich, Ontario, where he spent
several weeks with relatives. Mrs.
Pentland, who has been spending the
tjuimer there, will remain a couple
of weeks longer.
11. A. Nutting and family arrived
home baturday from the east. Mr
Nutting aud son Walter went to New
York to meet Mrs. Nutting on her re
turn from Europe. She was accom
panied by her niece, Miss Louise
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Kinney and son
aro here from Chicago for a week's
visit. It's Dr. Kinney's first visit
to the city since he left here eight
years ago. tie now has dental par
lors in the Masonic temple in the
metropolis and is prospering.
Msj. and Mrs. C. W. Hawes left
this morning for Detroit to
attend the meeting of the Fra
ternal Congress. Mr. and Mrs.
F. O. Van Galder and daughter left
for the same place last night and the
members of tbe executive council of
the Woodmen will join those from
this citv at the meeting.
BARGE GOES TO BOTTOM.
One la Tow of A. J. Whitney Sinks Belotv
The steamer A. J. Whitney, while
towing a barge loaded with clam
shells down stream at Port Louisa,
below Muscatine, Saturday, ran it
upon a snag and sunk it. The shells
will be recovered. River men say
there are a number of bad snags in
the river below here that need look
Whkt TIe It Tell.
If that mirror of yours shows a
wretched, sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on tbe skin, it's liver trouble; but Dr.
King's New Life Pills regulate the
liver, purify tne blood, give clear
skin, rosy cheeks, rich complexion
Oulv 25 cents at Hartz & Ullemever's
Don't be satisfied with temporary
relief from indigestion. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure permanently and com
pletely removes this complaint. It
relieves permanently because it allows
the tired stomach perfect rest. Diet
ing won't rest the stomach. Nature
receives supplies from the food we
eat. The sensible way to help the
stomach is to use Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure, which digests what you eat and
can't help but do you good, B. H.
Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
If day could be night and night
could be day, if smiles could be Uars
and tears could ba smiles, something
might do you as much good as Rocky
Mountain Tea. T. U. Thomas' pharmacy.
TO AIR CHURCH CASE
Council of Ministers and Laymen
to Pass on Charges Against
Rev. G. W. White.
CONGREGATION DECIDES Oil OOUESE
Applications for Withdrawal
Go Over--Tria! Next
Oriou's church scandal is to be
given another airing. This was de
termined on at a largely attended
meeting of the members of the Bap
tist church Saturday afternoon.
A council of all the churches In the
district is to be called to say for once
and for all whether Rev. G. W. White
is guilty of conduct unbecoming a
minister, as his wife alleges he is.
This council will consist, according
to the rules of the denomination, of
each pastor and one lay
chosen from each church.
IS pastors eligible in the district and
22 churches (and therefore 22 lay
delegates), while several prominent
ministers from outside will bs in
vited. Among these are: Rev. J. J.
Porter, of Mexico. Mo. ; Rev. Dr. L.
A. Abbott, of Upper Alton, 111.; Rev.
Mr. Brandt, of Normal; Rev. Dr. J.
W. Odell, of Divenport, and Rev. Dr.
DeBlois, of Elgin. The council will
be held one week from tomorrow at
10 o'clock at the Orion church.
Congregation Is Unanimous.
The decision to call the council was
practically unanimous, but two mem
bers present not au porting the reso
lution, and they refrained from vot
The three members who had asked
for letters of withdrawal from the
church, Mrs. Bolles and Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Stevenson, were finally per
suaded by the other members to al
low their application for letters of
withdrawal to lie over until after the
session of the council, the results of
which will be anxiously awaited by
the entire community. .
FLIES WITH FURNITURE
WHEN HUBBY IS AWAY
. A well-known citizen whose busi
ness takes him away from home a
great deal returned to town one day
last week onlv to find his house minus
ths furniture he had paid hard shek
els to procure and his wife missiDg
Wli'u her fhe has llown he tells his
friecdi be knows not. It was a sur
prise partv on him, and he gives his
spouee credit for being a little
smoother than he thought she was.
RYAN AND PERSONS
ARE NOT IDENTICAL
A citizen or sterling who was ac
quainted with the Thomas Ryan
wanted at that place for working a
game similar to that of G. F. Persons
held here for a swindle in connection
with the Labor day ollicial program
came to town today to take a look a
tho prisoner. He went home con
vinced that Persons and Ryan were
two different parties.
The stage cf water was stationary
at 2:25 today and the temperature at
noon was bO.
The Winona, J. S. and W. J
Young made their regular trips
Astounded the Kdltor.
Editor S. A. Brown, of Bennetts
ville, S. C, was once immensely sur
prised. "Through long suffering
from dyspepsia," he writes, "my
wife was greatly run down. She had
no strength of vigor and suffered
great distress from her stomach, but
sue tried Electric Bitters which
helped her at once, and after using
four bottles, she is entirely well and
can eat anything. It s a grand tonic
and its gentle laxative qualities are
splendid for torpid liver." ror indi
gestion, los3 of appetite, stomach and
Hver troubles it's a positive, guaran
teed cure. Only do cents at Uartz
Ullomeycr's drug store.
Ladies Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy; gives instant relief to
cprns and bunions. It s the greatest
comfort discovery of the age. Cures
and prevents swollen feet, blisters.
callous and sore spots. Allen's Foot
Ease is a certain cure for sweating.
hot, aching feet. At all druggists and
shoe stores, 25 cents. Trial package
free by mail. Address Allen s
Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y.
What I-o-do Does.
I-o-do is an antiseptic powder.
It possesses all the good qualities of
Iodoform without any or the objec
tionable features of that well known
antiseptic and additional good quali
ties besides. It gives prompt relief to
anyone suffering from any of the fol
Flesh wounds, lacerations, bruises,
wounds or scratches by any animal.
chronic ulcers, burns, scalds, gall and
chafing, piles, abscesses, bites or
stings of spiders, mosquiios, or other
Insects, vericcs3cl ulcers, sweaty,
swollen and sore feet. For animals
sore neck and shoulders on horses,
barbed wire cuts, scratches, greese
heel, saddle gall, etc. I-o-do Is fast
becoming the standard remedy for
these and other such ailments for
both the human and animal family.
You can't afford to be without it. 25
cents a box at your druggist.
The Big New Daylight Store. Third Avenue through, to Second.
All over the big store. A Hasty. Clearance of many stocks
and some very low prices on a lot of fresh arrivals.
All week, if they last chil
dren's 25c Hue ribbed black
Lisle Hose pair 14 Q
Misses' polka dot and plain red
25c Hose; come quick for these
Ladies' close-rolling silk Umbrel
las, assorted colors and nan
dies, were 2 75, $3.25 and
3.47; your choice ot all $1.87
Full Standard Dress Prints, also
styles for comforters, all this
week j 31 C
Women's Dsngola Shoes, new
stock lace, all sizes, any width,
all this week (only one pair to
each customer), per pair $1.00
IS ew Autumn Walstlngs.
Are in. Handsome choice styles and
popular shades now on display.
New silk-embroidered Waistings
from $1.12 to S9C
New side-band silk-embroidered
Waistings, patterns from
f 6 75 to $3.75
New French flannels, choice
shades, per yard 7oC
New line Read's silk-warp
Landsdown, per yard $1.25
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock
Dress Lawns at lc per yard. . 1q
28-inch dyed dres Percales, usu
ally 7Jc, blues, blacks and
218 men's Neglige Shirts, two collars,
i one pair cuffs, good assort
ment patterns and sizes, at.. 3Qc
48 men's 25c and 39c Leather
Belts, out they go this week at IJq
Aprons for cooks and waiters,
good selection at 25c and.... JQq
A new short Girdle Corset, the
very latest fad. which we will
introduce this week for SOC
Be sure to ask to see this Girdle
Corset, 50c, 50c, 50c.
Skirts and Jackets,
This week while they last, black che
viot Skirts, flaring flounces, three
bands handsomely stitched
taffeta, good 5 value, for.. $3,38
Black taffeta Jackets, all sizes,
actually worth S, choice. .$4,87
L. S McCabe 8c Co.. Rock Island
School Days will
be Here Soon.
School Days are Coming and Extra Trousers
will be Needed.
Our New Fall Styles are Here.
Boys' Heavy Cotton Knee Pants . 22c
Boys' Heavy Union Knee rants 39c
Boys' Heavy Wool Knee Pants 48c
Boys' Heavy Wool Knee Pants - SOC
Boys' Heavy Union Long Pants $1.00
Boys' Heavy Wool Long Pants 1.75
Also Ali the Finer Grades at Popular Prices.
1804 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
207 West Second Street, Davenport.
New Fall Veilings.
All the latest ideas in Veilings now on display, in
cluding the leading colors in two-tone effects in chif
fon with chenile dots.
Fall Outing Hats.
We are showing an elegant line of swell outing hats
in all the new shades of gray, wood, beige and white.
To see them is to buy them.
Branden'burg Millinery Store.
Corner Twentieth street and Fourth Avenue. Rock Island, HI. Telephone 1237
We Sell Fans, Dyn
amos, Motors, Bells,
and Batteries, but
V. A. Robb & Co.
117 Seventeenth street.
We stand between yea and