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Ifllt AHaiJS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 190i.
Rev. B. M. Williams Named to
Succeed Rev. McCulloch of
First Methodist Church.
LATTER 13 ASSIGNED TO 1IA00MB
Rev. Frizzello Continued as Pre
siding Elder of Rock Island
Bishop WalJen, who ia presiding at
thev:entra.l Illinois conference of the
Methodist church &t Kewanee, last
night announced his appointments of
Rev. J. Wellington Frizzelle. of this
citj, is continued as presiding elder
f the Hock Island district; lie v. 1$
M. Williams, formerly presiding elder
of the Kankakee district and located
last year at Abingdon, is assigned to
the pastorate of the First Methodist
church here, succeeding Kcv. C. O
McCulloch, who is transferred to
Macomb, in the (Jaleshurg district.
Other assignments to the Kock Island
Alcdo J. W. Kiwards.
Alpha and llio E. K. Meacham.
Bradford W. B. Shoop.
Buda Vincent Aen.
Cambridge W. II. White.
Colons E. S. Anrfrewfirtha.
Kliza Creighton II Burch, supply.
Erie E. W. Thompson.
(ialva Alex Smith.
Heneseo G Z Shaffer.
Gilchrist To be snpplicd.
Hampton T. J. Wood.
Illinois City To bo supplied.
Keithsburg J A. Alford.
Kewanee R A. Brown.
Lafayette C. F. Crainc.
Milan J. B. Btrtle.
Millcrsburg W. II. Craino.
Changes la Molina.
Moline First church, M. V. Crum
baker; Second church, A. E. Iodor.
Neponset J. I) Smith.
New Boston J. F. James.
Orion J. A. Edmondson.
Pink Prairie F N. Wright.
Port Byron G. D. Hensell.
Reynolds G. W. Feregoy.
Rock Island Kiewood Park
church, J. B. Rutter.
Sheflield Frank W. Shcphard.
Sundten Henry Briok.
Tavlor Ridge Eddy McOabcr.
Tiskllwa M. V. B." White.
Viola and New Windsor- S. P. Ar
cher. Woodhull F. E. Shult.
A M. Lumpkin whs appointed mis
sionary to New Mexico.
XT EAT HE K WE MAT HAV
Threatening weather tonight
and Wednesday, possibly with
showers: slight changes in
J. At. SHERIEH, Observer
Temperature at 7 a. m. 64,
at 3:30 v. m. 81.
Knox hats at Lloyd's,
llawes $3 bat at Lloyd's.
Longley 3 bat at L!ojd't.
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
Buy a homo of Reldy Bros
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Grapes IS cents tt Weckel's.
Homes for bale. A. Rush & Co.
List your property with Reidy Bros
DunUp hats at the toggery shop
J. E. Hawthorne, dentist. Star
Bfft flour on earth only f 1.05 at
Amber cjffee 20 cents per pound at
Dr. H. G Trent, dentist. 1721 Sec
A. Rash & Co., room 6. Baford
block real estate.
New York grapes only 18 cents per
Difetet at wecker.
We hive the bet soft coal you ever
raw. Try it. dri. Mueller & Sons
Phone 151 L
E. C. F.berhart, reliable piano tuner
Paono 1471 Black. Residence, 322)
William Stengel was ye terday af
ternoon removed in the ambulauce 1
St. Anthony's hospital.
Trinity guild will meet at 2:30 to
morrow afternoon at the home of Mrs
II P. Caster on sixth avenue.
All kinds cf mattresses renovated
by experts. Called for and returned
by the Rock Island Cotton mills.
The millinery opening of the season
takes place Thursday and Friday
of this week. Wait for McCabe's.
Autumn millinery in all that is
tylish and best will be exhibited
Tnuisday and Friday of this week at
The Tri City Press club holds its
annual meeting at the Watch Tower
We invite the public to come and
examine our fall stoch and our work
manship and you will surely be meas
ured for a suit by Filter & Co , S2S
Dju't forget the box social at M.
W. A. hall. South Rock Ijlao.
Wednesday. Sept. 25, given by R
camp, No. 362.
Wlien in need of hard or soft cca1
call on Chris Mueller & Sons.Twenty
fourth street and Third avenue, or call
up telephone 1511.
The remains of William Hermann.
the itinerant tailor, who died Satur-
ay at the hospital, were buried this
ftcrnoon at the potter's li-jld
McCabe's millinery opening exhibit
f fall and winter titles occurs
Thursday and Friday of th's week.
Mtte a note: Ibursday and xriday.
M. I). Fezler. one of ThkAegis'
most faithful carriers, who has been
very sick with typhoid fever for six
weeks is now pronounced out of dan
Trv a ton of smokeless coal, a god
ubstitute for hard roal. and much
heaper. at Chris. Mueller &
Twenty-fourth street and
County Judge Adams and
Swank, steward of the county infirm
ary, were in Peoria today examining
the state Institution there for the
care of the incurably Insane.
$1,300 cash buys either of seven
bouses on Forty-third. Forty-fourth
r Forty-fifth streets north of I Ifth
avenue, that rent at $ 12 per znon h
and always occupied. See Eastman,
Godfrey & Co.
Frank Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. R. Wright, and a member of the
high school football team, is confined
o his home as the result of a fall in
the practice game with Augustana
college Saturdav afternoon.
e are now located in our new
building at 1816 Third avenue, and
have a complete stock of gas and
electric chandeliers and electric ani -
plies. Call and see us. Kock Island
Klectric Construction company
Clearing up of odd pieces and dis
continued lines of ladies' shoes at the
Leader. D K tan and black shoes
that formerly Bold at from $2 to $2 50
Co at f I. Most all sizes. Indies' tan
and black shoe that formerly sold at
from $2 75 to f 3 50 in welts and turns
o at fl.50
Nothing had been beard up to late
this afternoon of Walter Djwds, the
cook at Portet'd restaurant, who dis
appeared so suddenly yesterday
morning, and the supposition is
strengthened that he took refuge
from this world's cares at the bottom
cf the river.
A Trof. Hall last evening opened
dancing fchool for colored folks at
Turner hll that promises to be very
popular anions' the colored cit'zens
this winter. There was a large turn
out last evening, but most of the
dancers appeared to be little in need
of instruction in the art of handling
McCabe s millinery exhibits are
always looked forward to with much
interest oy the ladles or this locality
You expect more here than elsewhrre
and you'll not be disappointed this
season. Their opening exhibit occurs
Thursday aud Friday of this wefc
on the second floor of their new Third
Physical Director Pentland is get
ting the clasxes in shape for the form
at opening of the Y. M. (J. A. gymna
slum, which occurs on the evening of
Oct. 10. Most of the participants on
that occasion will be members of the
general evening class and the event
will be of a general nature, not includ
Frank Rann. the diver employed by
the city to make a test of the intake
pipe, this morning closed the pipe at
the mouth and this afternoon th
well is being pumped dry and prep
aration are going on to try the ai
test. No definite knowledge of tb
condition of the main will probably
dc obtained till tomorrow.
Tho evening class at the Y. M. C
A. i arranging for a 5-mile cross
country run Thursday evening in
place of I h regular class work. The
route to be taken is known only to
the pair who have been chosen In
lead and will not bo given out before
hand. It has been intimated that
beaten tracks will be avoided so far
My wife having left ray home with
out cause. I hereby notify the public
that I will not ba responsible for any
debts whatsoever she may cont sct.
Josh Westhsfer. of Loogootee, Ind .
is a poor man. but he says he would
not be without Chamberlain's Pain
Balm if it cost f 5 a bottle, for it saved
him from being a cripple. No exter
nal application is tqanl to this lini
ment for s'iff and swollen joints, con
tracted muscles, stiff neck, spra'ni
and rheumatic and muscular pains.
It has also cured numerous cases of
partial paralysis. It la for sa e by all
diuggtstB . '
Takes the burn out; heals thn
wound; cures the pain. Dr. Tnomas
Eclectrio Oi.', the nouseh?ld remedy.
Can be found at the LOWEST PRICES. No need telling you that HOLBROOK'S STORE is the best palronized
house in the Tri-Cities. Our prices are a sufficient advertisement to those who know values.
Are you interested in dining
room furniture? Large
pillar Extension Tables as Q
Over 50 patterns of elegant
Sideboards as low as. . . .
A large line of China Closets, in fact this
entire line is very strong. It will pay yon
to look them over.
OI .11 Wool Ingrain Carpet Remnants.
best grade will bo sold at
Till You Can't Rest.
We have been fortunate
enough to purchase a two
hundred bushel lot of fine
freestone Michigan peache3
which we will sell at rock
bottom prices while they
last. Come in and get the
choice of the lot. as the
price is going. The cream
of the crop is now in the
market, and every day lost
makes your chance less for
getting peachos for winter
use. Do not delay in
placing your order with
us. Now is the best time.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
Fall Hat Opening.
World Renowned liats.
IS THE PLACE.
Harper House Block.
Everybody Is Interested
In the yacht and whit the outcome of
tbe race mil bo. What bould be of
quite much Interest to all la our fall
lln of SuitioRa and Orercoa Intra for
. mi oh marve ouaralue-giving is bound to
knock oompetif ion xky blb. YVe covet
continence and challenge competition.
J. B. Z1MMER,
1823 Se-fond Ave, Bock Island
a proverbial feather tells which
25 different style
of handsome Box
Our Fall stock of .carpets is
comp'ete. We are showing
25 different patterns of
Wilton Velvet Carpets as
low as ,
Over 100 different patterns
of Ingrains, beauties us
Rcmo&nts nnder 20 yards of tho very e f n j Bcnpnanu under 15 yards. Terv best
UlU rooms with you) at, per ;a.'i
W. , S. HOLB,
103, IOS, 107 East
It's pretty hard to know what to do, isn't it,
when every clothier in town has "the best at the
lowest price," and all "give satisfaction" and "money
back," and all beat the tailor to pieces, and "save
you a half to a third," and all that. It comes down
to a question of faith in somebody. Is there
in . Rock. Island that has been conspicuously faithful
for 18 years, whether it sold you a linen collar, a
hat, suit of clothes, or whatever it was? Is there
t ONE STORE
in town that usually meets your most sanguine ex
pectations by doing more than it promises? Is there
I ONE STORE
in town where the goods are of the best making and
sewing and fitting always dependable? Is there
t ONE STORE
in town where invariably you find the price put a
little bit lower than the lowest? Is there
in town 'that has built up standards all through Its business? When you name the store you have
named THIS store, end you can get your overcoat here for $5 to $15 and take no risk. An espe
cially attractive line of fall overcoats at
$8.95 and $10.
M I !
way the wind blows, the crowds tell
Our Rug department Is very
strong. We are showing
a large line of Body Brus
sels, Sarabends, Wilton
Velvets, Smyrnas and
Shackfords. in large car
pet sizes, as low as
Also a large line of small Rugs.
Our line of Laco Curtains and
worth your attention.
Second Street, Davenport.
Mixed on the
O vercoa t
where the best
S5 different patterns of Ta
pestry Carpet, very pretty
patterns as low as
Just received a carload of
Parlor Suits, odd pieces
and Couches. Handsome
grade (brine the measure of your