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liiJi AUG OB, MONDAY. AUGUST 2(i. 190i.
with him this
WE MAT HAVE
I'nsetiled 'icith probably
showers this afternoon or to
night. Tuesday generally fair.
J. M. SHEIUER, Obterxtr
Temperature at 7 a. m. 69,
at 3:30 v. m. 80.
Bay a home of Reidj Bros.
School shoes. Djlly Bros.
For Insurance, E. J. Barns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Homes for sale. A. Rash & Co.
Fears for canning at Horton's.
Watermelons on ice at Morton's.
List your property with Reidy Bros
Gasoline stoves at cost at Wilcher's
Wild plams by the basket at Hor
on's. Peaches 15 ceats per basket at Hor
ton's. Neglige shirts 39 cents this week at
A. Bash & Co., room 6, Baford
block real estate.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Ostrom are the
proud parents of a bouncing boy.
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock dress
lawns 1 cent a yard at McCabe a.
Dress prints and prints for com
forters 3 cents this week at McCaba's
Before voa invest in oil stock see
George E. Scott at the Gem laundry
Close rol'ed silk umbrellas worth up
to $3.47, this week reduced to $1.87 at
Special discounts on ladies1 desks
and music cabinets at the Fleming
Evervthinsr electrical. Estimates
furnished. Rock Island Electric com
pany, 'phone 1280.
The fall style Dunlap nat is a
beauty. Will soon be on Bale at
Lambert's toggery shop.
The Augustana business college
eachers are selected for their sterling
worth in the school room.
A ereat drive in women's shoes this
week f 1 at McCabe's. Oaly one pair
to a customer any one dsy.
Nearly 100 doz;n children's 25-cent
hose to close this week at 10 cents and
14 cents a pair at McCabe's.
Shorthand work at Augustana col
lege costs you f 13 per term. Oibers
ask you $20. Can voa afford car fare?
Remember the Ladies of the Macca
bees' dancing paity at Black Hawk
Monday evening, Sept. 2. Tickets 25
The city council holds an adjourned
meeting tonight to open bids for the
sodding and terracing of the reservoir
The regular meeting of the Retail
Merchants' association will be held
tonight at the quarters in. the. Mitch
ell N Lynda bnilding.
Fortv-elebt pair of women's $
hoes tor II 49 while they last
Every pair a good pair. The leader.
opposite Harper house.
Ferdinand Schn41 has resigned bis
position with tbe S. M. Arndt com
pany to take a potition in the har
ness departmental the arsenal.
The young people of the Swedish
Lutheran church will give an excur
sion to Clinton Labor day on the
steamer J. S. Tickets 75 cents.
Up-to-date methods an 1 courses of
'study are to be had at Augustana
business college at moderate rates.
Oar diplomas mean something, too.
For a thorough pie paraxon for bat
iness, pleasant rooms, courteous
treatment and moderate rates of tui
tian attend the Augustana business
Announcement is made of the en
gagement of Charles Hill and Miss
Ida Abraham, popular Moline young
people. The wedding is to occur
The Young People's society of the
German Evangelical church will serve
ice cream at th church Thursday,
Aug. z'J. afternoon and evening,
Why pay 80 for four terms of
tuition wnen tbe Augustana business
college gives you a thorough prep
aration in commercial branches, 40
weeks for 150?
Fred Cunningham has become pro.
prietor of what was formerly '.he Jesse
Green cigar and news stand on Twen
tieth street. He will reopen tho place
the first of next month.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. McKinlcy enter
tained at a launch party and dance at
Linwood park Saturday evening for
the out of town guests at the Lewis
Cohn wedding last Sunday.
Mrs. John K. Miller. 1236 Seventh
avenue, was removed to St. Anthon v's
hospital Saturday afternoon in Che
ambulance. She is suFering with a
severe case of appendicitis.
Clifford H. Andeison, the youth)
who was bound over for the tuttt cf
Will Hagedorn's spectacles, was de
clared a dependent in the county
court today and Sheriff Cralle left
Thar ia no Rochell Salts. Alum.
Urn or Ammonia in food mad witn
each pound can.
a k frmr aroewr ror
tba Calamot pnxz.
free, or writ diroct
to Clamt Rjikinc
MOT in Vlt BAKIHQ P0WDI 7HUST
It makM purs food.
in the ncrmal training school for bovs
at Glen wood.
Ye, we think tbe people cf Rock
Island know a eood tting wL n they
see it. Augustana basinets college
graduates are sought f"r by business
men when they want office help.
Any man's thoe in the store that
sold for f 3, f3 50 or $4 (except union
mad goes at f a 63 this week. AH
sizes and evety piir guaranteed at
the Leader, opposite Hsiper house.
During tbe absence of Division
Agent U D Mack, which will cover a
period of about two weeks. Local
Agent M. J. Young will have the
management of division affairs at
If j on are paying house rent call on
Eastman, Godfrey & Co. and let tbem
show yoa a house that can be bought
on the monthly payment plan. They
have one at f 1.000 and several at
Those intending attending a cer
tain school or college of any kind ex
cept public for the first time, may
obtain probably very desirable inior-
mation free by addressing Harvey u.
Mrs. Percy Stiles, wife of one of
the brothers of that name in jail here
on suspicion of having bad something
to do with the murder of Carl Wendt.
of Cordova, was here Saturday to
visit her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. James Honldsworth
wish to return thanks to friends for
their many acts cf kindness and eym-
patny at tbe death and lunerai oi
tbeir little daughter Helen, and also
to those who sent flowers.
Fred Nichols, who has for over a
year been located in South Bend, Ind.,
is to return with bit family to uock
Island for residence, having taken a
position in the office of the Bettendorf
Axle company, in Davenport.
A letter from Commodore Charles
McUugh's launch party announces
that they reached St. Louis safely
and that they would start on their
return yesterday. Three or four days
will be consumed in tbe trip home.
Justice Cleland Saturday afternoon
sat ia judgment over a spade which
F. T. Miller accused John Cramer of
having stolen. The complaining
witness was finally convinced that he
was in error and withdrew the charge,
Dr. M. L. Gallagher has returned
to the city from his old home in Win
nipeg, where he was called two weeks
ago bv a telegram announcing the
serious illness of bis aged father. Be
fore Dr. Gallagher reached Winnipeg
his father had passed away.
The fifth in the teries of subscrip
tion concerts given by Albert Peter
sen's orchestra occurs Wednesday
evening cf this week at tbe Watch
Tower inn. A feature of the program
will be the rendition of the popular
John W. Collins, the .lad .who es
caped from St. Anthony's hospital
Friday nignt, was located in ms om
haunts in Davenport yesterday. He
is again a prisoner at the county jail
here awaiting the grand jury's action
on the charge of forgery that is hang
ing over his head.
Complaint has been made of the
carelessness on the part of tbe Tri
City Railway company in the matter
of properly designating ca,rs of late.
letterdav motors lettered lor me
Moline.lines were on the Tower branch.
whi'eacar without signs whatever
has been running on tbe Elm street
line for eeveral days.
B. D. Stevenson, who formerly was
a resident of Moline and an employe
on a local paper, ana wno is now a
partner witn bis father-in-law, W. A.
Bowes, in the publication or tne unon
Times, is about to retire from weekly
journalism. He has several attractive
offers to enter into magazine work
and be may take up something in this
line in Chicago.
William Emig has just returned
from his purchasing trip and will in
a few days display one of the tioest
and most complete line of fashiona
ble woolens in this vicinity. He also
took advantage of looking up the lat
est cuts for the coming fall and will
be ready to give the public a garment
that will please anyone.
Plows and other farm implements
made by the local factories will cost
more to the farmer next spring when
he goes to buy his spring line. In
creased cost of materials steel, iron
and other raw stoct entering into
t ha s-nn tiiirtfnn r.f t ft a I in nlpmonf si
iiS "u VS!
ranee of 10 per cent has been decided
upon to become effective in the out
put next spring, for which orders are
now beinjj taken.
Fr.oclii, I ha World's Oreatt HypootUt.
The Diamond concert garden takes
great pleasure in announcing that
ihey have secured for this week, be
ginning with this evening, Francis,
the celebrated hypnotist, who gives a
side splitting entertainment which is
suitable for both young and old.
Every one is Invited to see tbe strange
antics and astounding feats of tne
people who are bound by Francis'
spell. If you want to laugh be sure
to see Fraocis. There is also a fine
vaudeville show besides Francis. Re
member the place, 1815 Second ave
nue. Havlooa Kotlea.
Imported wurzburgcron tap at the
Wow (Trar fifty
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been usk1 for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens tho gums
allays all pain, oures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
watched our list of fruit
and vegetables? If not
take a glance at the fol
Head Lettuce, Turnip,
Soup bunches, Lorn,
Leaf Lettuce. Squnsa.
California lJ rapes,
Dreaed Chicken. Spring Chic Il
eal Iresed to Order.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
Glasses, not Drugs
That many people need to cure chronic j
headache. Remove tbe strain on the
ontic nerve and Your trouble will
- i - m
leave. Consult J. Rauiser, the op
tician, whoJias treated hundreds of I
cases successfully by accurately fitted
MANUFACTURING JEWELER AND
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Let us relieve yoa of any fear
of getting soaked should yoa
- invest in oar line. Yoa se
lect the style, we'll plcaso
you with tho price.
J. B. ZIMMEK,
1323 Second Ave, ' Rock Island
We want every woman wishing
a good serviceable Ladies' Shoe,
made up in good style, extension
sole, all solid and every pair guar
anteed, to see our "Special."
(Equal of Any $2.00 Shoe to
1723 Second Ave.
Some of the nobby new fall styles in Hats and Caps
are in and we confidently believe you will want to
make our store your millinery headquarters this
season not only will you find "just what you are
looking for" in style, but you will find a decided
saving in price as well.
In the Celebrated Star make is here. In all our
business experience we have never seen or shown
such shirt elegance. The Star shirt is positively the
best shirt on earth, best fitting and most meritorious.
"And lest you forget it, we say it yet." There are a
few of the best numbers of those greatest $7.95
and $9.50 Men's Spring and Summer Suits on our
counters. These are the suits that caused so much
commotion and have been the means of keeping up
a busy hum at our store during the past four weeks.
Better get inside of one.
We are Receiving Shipments
Want Your Teeth Extracted Absolutely
FREE OF CHARGE
When Plate Is Ordered Go to the - -
Crown Dental Parlors
"Don't hurt a bit," so says Mrs. W. H. Wise
of S23 Fourteenth street. Hundreds of testi
monials at the office.
-ALL WORK WARRANTED-
Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Third Ave., and Seventeenth St.
Over Tremann's Meat Market.