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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1005.
meritorious articles ari
f i v day rut rn rn.irkt
hi -Jni.nr imitators. A proof of its porwibirit y
fleet. a know that Malt Marrow is t!u- irr-;it-"
' ai 'i ! h- v msis-l .;: their
r.anms u-'t.ntr M.tit Marrow t ai.-,- it c.n
t.eiis n . !. tci ii. i ) iiiiiaN ami on ! v t he m -
st tn.'il!!i k- hurley ami Lops ar.- uscl in mak
ing it. T't.-y arc i'ii:istai:iv i -c.-onin'.prnlir.jr it
io weaKiv ami anatnw p-..pi. ami a No f.
u. rnwins children ami the ruii-J..vii l.nsln.
CARSE & OHLWEILER,
425 Eleventh St. Rock Island, III.
'Phone, n-w ."Ol, oM 1 1 4 .
l''st:i t: f.,r booklet. "Kminoit r' i .r-c ,
V ft." '
Girl." Fred Ray
in !!: M:.-souri
venin;; li' f.ir'. a f;
siz'-'l andante at i i.e Illinois,
iilav. which is a witnu r in Itself.
j,ri sen'ed. 'I'.i" characters "Zek
and "iMiisy" no;d"l mudi in rriinent
to the audience. Tii i!ay is ;f lilt
kind thai lr.sis. an. I ii !;as already been
b'fote the public- our im." y. nrs.
An Aristocratic Tramp." Kilroy K-
'.r:tu-:i arc i ! seen it! their new
success. "An Ari.-tcnic Tramp, at
tii.-. niiftiiix this ceiiinu. There was a
matinee this uttn 1KMIII.
"Uncle Josh Sprucefay." The .:!!
fashioned -im-l.um bee wiili lt-
ennn'rv dance ami harve .-t lestlMWea
..1., ,1 T . . 1 .
tu-r Mm. - one aci oi ill ie .pinn
Kiiruo-bi ." the New Kn-iainl comedy
! drama to be pres.n'e.i at the Illinob
' timinrrnw iiiuht. Vlte KM IU' ! la-.l in
T'ncle .tosh's barn o:i the old Vernioni
farm. The heaps of yellow corn, the
Marks of r"!deti i ti in pk j us . ihe mows
MnrTed 1 1 I m rs: in with hay and f. ai
der all proclaim that lie !;:,r(M is
rv r and the farmers work is done.
The count rv maidens dressed in their
best, with shining e-ye
cheeks, b'l'k corn beside ih" rural
swains totted in th- ir '"Sunday lies:."
After the husking conies the supper
and dance, which is kept up until tin
jinejiim shi-hbells at the door pro
clainr the time to depart.
Ringling Bros". Circus Program This
Year BKmful of Unique Foreign Acts.
There are mote exclusive Kuropcan
novelties in the ureal program of
Itlnnlinti Htos' W orld Creaies-t -phows
this season than v. re ever before aili
cred hi a circus performance in this
country. It is the first appearance
here of all these artists, and the pro
gressive spirit of this wonderfully suc
cessful amusement linn was never bet
ter Illustrated. The most sensational
riding acts mer performed ate to be
seen at eat h performance in the unique
feals or I tie tour Bedims. I in se riders
have astonished all Kit rope by tin ir ex
traordinary cque.-.trianism. .Icmplni;
from thx n round to a runnit:.; I orse's
back, leaping backward to the same
living position, side-son, ersj'iilt intr over
two tb-etiim horses, and evcutint; d.f
licult acrobatic feats while all four are
on the bac d" a speeding luirse. are
several of tt:' lieeds thar they accom
plish thai te in t r before done. The
four lledinis are without a peer in the
whole world in m nsaeou'tl ban hack
ridln- Gilbert Kldrtd. the chanipJon
ri.h r of IZtmhtn i. makes his first aji
pearance with Rinplin Bros. Albert
CrandaH. tii(. Hobsons. Orrin Daven
poir. iu r;o .!r( rce. Alex, l.owanda. t ho
Wiit ui,. the Royals, May Davenport.
Aeii.e hiiowers and Nora Satterfield
an in this class. The six Ollnserettis.
who ' '"in trip!.- somersaults from
shoulder to shoulder, are acrobais of
Kuropean coitbrity. The Colini-Cairon
troupe, the Great Draeula. Mutis. Ii
Hirt and' Mile. KI Salto appear here
for the ir.,1 lime, and have created a
sensation. To brin these artists to
his country is a-noilu r evidence of the
progressive policy of Rin-lin 15ros .
uhich has separated their axeat show.
front all others, both in public favor
and exclusive, novel and expensive
feature.;. R:ui;!;n- Kros. are leaders in
t'u; e-rcuj pari ot the aniuenient
world, for which the public at large is
appreciative, as may be seen in the
wonderful crowds this show alone at-
The C. M. & St. P. offer first class
train Eervice to Chicago and Kansaa
City, from the tri-ci'ies, sleeping car res
ervations made to any point desired,
or further Information phone any of
C, M. &. St. P. Excursion Rates.
Home Eeekers tickets on sale every
Tuesday in each month to Nov. 1. 1S05.
To points in Iawa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. And every first
and third Tuesday in each month, to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C, M. & St. I ticket office.
C, M. &. St. P. Summer Tourist Rates.
The C., M. & St. P. railway will sell
rc.un.1 trip summer tourist tickets
daily, commencing May 15, to Sept. SO,
lSGTi, to various summer resorts in
Wisconsin. Final return limit. Oct. 31.
Sues Company. Minnie McHale has
brought suit against the Tri-City Rail
way company in the district court. The
suit is for ST'.llO damages because of
injuries received on a street car. The
plaintiff alleges that at Z :'.'') o'clock on
the afternoon of Aug. 4, 1S"4. she was
on Mount Ida car No. 7. When the
car reached Second and Drady streets,
which was her destination, she started
to alight upon motion by the conductor.
As she was about to step to tne ground,
the car gave a sudden jerk and she
was thrown to the pavement.
'stable on the corner of Water and Sec
ond streets in the barn formerly occu
pied by the Tri-City Railway company.
The W. C. T. i win give an ice
cream and cake social in the Wayside
park Saturday evtning. Ang. 19. The
firs; concert in the new park will be
given the same evening.
Mrs. Wynes and daughter. Josephine,
of Sioux City. Iowa, arrived in Rock
Island Wednesday and will visit rela
tives in Milan soon.
The Presbyterians and Methodist
churches are undergoing a thorough
F. H. Caldwell went to t; J Anthony's
hospital Thursday to undergo an opera
tion. D. T. L.ittle and son. Edward, of Tay
lor Ridiie were Milan callers Monday.
M0L1I1E MENTION, R
A $10,000 Flat W. P. Carlin. the
well known contractor, has bought a
handsome pitce of ground at- the cor
ner of Lombard and Cherry streets.
Michael Egan was the former owner,
and disposes of his interest for $l.tun.
I bought the property partly as an in
vestment," said Mr. Ccrlin. "I expect
.'o improve it by the erection of a
$10.uim fiat building -there, early next
spring. I shall do much of the con
struction work myself, this winter, and
expect to make an excellent property
out of it."
Dnscoll Funeral. The funeral of
Miss Nellie Driscoli was held yesterday
from the Runge undertaking establish
ment with interment in Pine Hill. Clin
ton finally agreed to arrange for the
Old Salem Chautauqua.
Eighth annual assembly will be held
at Old Salem, near Petersburg, 111., on
Chicago. Peoria f- St. Eouis railway.
Aug. 9 to 2 4. Program includes Hon.
W. .1. Iiryan. Col. George W. Rain, Gov.
R. M. LaFollette. Cov. Joseph W. Folk,
Opie Reed, Rev. Sam P. Jones, and
many other prominent speakers.
Greatly reduced rates from all C, P.
& St. 1.. railway stations. Suburban
trains between Petersburg and Old Sa
lem (very 2') minutes. For complete
program and furl her information, ask
C, P. i'i St. j. agent, or address E. A.
Williams, general passenger agent. St.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
NOTRE DAME, INDIANA.
Twa hours' ride from Chicago.
123d Session opens Tuesday, September 12, 1905.
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The I'civerMtjr off. r every facility for a completa
lu tlio An it nt aui .Viodcru 'la.-;.-iral t'ourws, Economies
ud Ult-tory, Journal imii anil Si ii nee.
Th L. Chi-mii nl and Pre Medical (Biological) Court-on
under an increased corns of rofessors attor-i students pe
eial advantages iu trmiimp for professional life.
Ttie praduaLes in the Civil. Mei haniral. and Electrical
Kt.nin. ennic Courses are in constant demmcd, for the trani
iiijc thorouKti In every respect. There ij, a two year or
t-hort course in bu'.ti Eie trical and Me. tanical Kcgineer
Thi course nan t'ecn mtrolii ed a a natural outitrowth
of the iendid Civil Kncineermr Course and in designed
lo aork In barmmiy :th it. The (ourse ccniMnes a
mathematical education with a complete course of archi
tecture The lss .-re under the ilircet Mipervioion of a
Ul.sljrjguished an hiteet fruni Chicago.
Thts course opens a broad field to young men. Special
atuutioa given to laboratory aork.
The srudies tn the Prc-pararr.ry ncpartrneot are equivalent
to the most advanced ICh Schotil course I ron elled op
portunities for t-tudents in grammar w hool grades.
Notre Dam gives Commercial students a, eooiplete basi
St. Edward's Hall
for hoys under IS Is u n.jue io the completeness of its equip
ment It affords nur'l the rare advantages of the Pre
paratory s. hool and the tender ore of the Sisters dur
ing tudy hours.
:th a tra. k hall WCvi feet-a Physn al Culture room
1 o f.t (rfe. tly equipped a n acre athletic fi-ld. spaciou.'
re.-rrot.oa s-ourd-. io lakes for aquatic sports, a larsre
wd.r t-snnaintK wl r feet, leave nothing to b de
tred for the upbuild. ng of the pfcysicai man.
Free Rpoms for Students
over IT who are adm:-:t.!.. to the Sophomore. Junior or
s-emor year of any collegiate course Rooms to rent to
studtnu, ocr 17 mt nonet qualify for these classes.
"Mie President soli, its a p-rsinal inspection of the l"ni
veritv end Ms e-juij' orient on the part of parents guardians
t -.d tutnts fte r tmerstty may be rea bed bv the Lake
J-t,re i lk bicua Sontliiru. the Grand Trunk, the VandaJia
the Iud.aia. Illinois 4 Iowa, and the Mm higau tVntral rail
ways, and the interut.an (let trie railways of Northern
Indiana and ouU:crn Muhigan.
Address: THE REV. JOHN CAVANAL'OH, C S. C,
lieu 2t NOTRE DAME, INDIANA.
Father Murphy Assigned. Rev.
Thomas Murphy has been assigned by
Ret. ReV. Rishop Co.-grove to the jiro
fessorship at Sr. Ambrose ctjllegi? in
Iav nporr. made vacant by the ap
pointment of Rev. John A. Gicnn io the
pastorate at Lenox. Iowa. At present
Father Murphy has charge of a parish
it Reno. Iowa. He will come to Dav
enport about the first of September to
be at the college for the opening of the
scholaristic term. Father Murphy is an
alumnus of St. Ambrose college and is
well known among Catholics. His
home is in Atlantic. Iowa. He complet
ed tne inn classical and philosophical
course at St. Ambrose iu June, liiuu,
after which he attended the Krnrick
eminary in St. Imis to study theolo
gy. ! r.e young priest w as ordained in
June. 11'liJ. in St. Louis. F.ishop Cos
lirt've assigned him to the pastorate in
Ottuniwa, flaring the absence in Mn-
ropo of the late pastor. Rev. John
O Farrt!l. Several months ago ho took
charge of the church at Reno. Father
Murphv is an able scholar and has a
fine record as a stinUnt. He will prove
a valuable- addition to the faculty at
Will Operate Mill. Orders have
come to Xagel Pros., from the Ameri
can Cereal company, to prepare to
p n the Davenport oat meal miil. The
mill v;i" leased a few years ago by the
Cereal company, otherwise known .as
the oat meal trust, and has been stand
ing idle. The fact lhat it is to be re
op; ned and operated is one of the signs
of business activity here that are grati
fying. Nagel Rres. are advertising for
workmen and can use a number of
Four New Cases. Four new eases
f diphtheria at the Orphans Home
were reported to City Clerk Kdward
Collins yesterday. The latest victims
of the disease1 there are John Dow,
John Dubois. Asa Pratt and Oscar
Hrown. Dr. George Middlettm is a'
tending these patients and Thursday
gave each ot tne sufferers j.u'hi units
ot diphtheritic ant1, toxin. Ira -re arc
now 10 cases of the disease and the
spread is causing the city ami home
authorities sum11 worrv.
Sherrard A us. IS. K. A. Sr.mueison
and son. Chester, returned home by way
of Orion from Krie Wednesday, after
a week's stay at the farm.
Dick Haywood and family, of Cable1
visited at the home of William Gibson
Mrs Marv Yolk and Miss Mabe
Pritchard w ent to Rock Island and Eas
Moline Thursday. They will return
Thomas Davis and daughter. Sarah
return it bnme Sunday from Viola
after four d.ivs' visit with his daugh
ter. Mrs. William Allen.
Mrs. Emma Fad and daughter. Alice
returned home Wednesday after
month's visit with her brother. Henry
Iawson and family, at Erie, IH
e-..i Cri.K- and wife, of Viola, visited
Mr i:r.Kiv' na rents. Mr. and Mrs
Dr. Mannon went to Preemption Sat
urday morning to accompany Mrs. Jane
Adams, who was to undergo an opera
tion in the hospital.
Mrs r Sanmelson and Mrs. John
Olson w ere in Rock Island Wednesday
Mrs. C. A. Sanmelson and daughter
Florence, returned home Tuesday after
four days' visit ar Griffin and Swedona
riet. -i nnmlier attended the K. of
P. lodge picnic at Viola last Thursday
rimar ti.ifi.-er ninl faniilv were in
Rock Island last Thursday shopping.
George lllingsworlh and wife and
Mmtins of St. Imis. returned to
Sherrard to visit Mrs. Ibingswort h
narmts. Mr. and Mrs. John Heveridge
Ti,.... ,.i.i lueii n a visit at several
places in Colorado before they re
turned to their home at St. Louis.
Mrs William Gibson- and Mrs. Wil
linn, Williams were Rock Island shop
pers last Thursday.
Chicago. Aug. !'.. Following arc the
market quotations today:
September. Sl:lK. Slr,K. So'vi
December, S2"m. fs:;
May, s.VSi. -k. h-..
September, ri:. i , r:;:'t. ''
December, H. 44-4. 4 P
May. 44?. 44;. 4 4. 4 4.
September, 2t:, 2C, 2 U
December, 27, 27. 2t'.:'4
4 4 V,.
.e 4 .
IX THE SUBURBS.
Milan. Ang. IV Mrs. William Crop
per and daughter, Audrey, returned
this week from Iowa.
H. L. McLaughlin, of Moline, and
Mrs. Sarah Thompson, of Rock Island,
were callers in Milan Sundav.
Miss Ruth Nelson left Tuesday after
noon for a tew weeks visit in Cam
Mrs. William Hines. of Attalissa,
Iowa, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K.
Grouch in Sears and also old friends
Lewis F. McLaughlin, of Geneseo, ar
rived Saturday for a few days' visit
at the home of his grandmother, Mrs.
Mrs. Flihu Kathbun is quite ill at
l.t r home.
Charles Sayrs. the vt terinary sur
geon, lias moved Ins familv into one
of Price 's h juse-, near Goal Valley.
F. H. Woodward, tm his way home
to O.-i'j. from Chicago. s:10j,jH,(j m
Milan fur a short visit with his friend,
J. I). Latterly. Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. G org? Rough, of Cam
bridge, visited friends m Milan the last
of the w ek.
Mis. E. L. Jlhoudarau r and daughter.
Fa ye. left Monday for a visit at Mar
Alex. Hrown. of Piattsn.ou'.h. Neb.,
and his son. Elr-worth Hrown, of lit no.
New, are visiting relatives in Milan.
Clark Smith is aid-- to be about his
business again after quite a serious ill
ness. Mrs. Wilson Matthews. returned
Tuesday from St. Anthotn's hospital,
where she has bet n for th 1 pa.-t two
Mrs. G. A. Mclaughlin and daugh
ters and nephew left Thursday morn
ing enroute to their home in, Iowa,
after t-pe-niiing a week with relatives
Prof, ir S. Ranks returned to Milan
Tuesday after spending the summer at
Verde Miller has opened up a feed
September. 14.2. 1 l.2. 14.m). 14.0.'..
October. 14.25. 1 4.::o, 14.12. 14.15.
September, 7.07, 7.72, 77, 7J!7.
October. 7.77, 7.0, 7.77, 7.i..
Sep! ember. S.T. S.77, o'.70, K.70.
October, S.77. 8.S7. S 75. S.77.
Receipts today Wheat 75. corn 22S,
oats 2:s, hogs lo.ooo. cattle ihi, sheep
Hog market opened strong. Light
5.!ic?j i;.25, mixed and butchers 5. NOT
O.-lo.' good heavy 5.;i'; .:;. rough
heavy .j.tKef a5.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 7,o0a, cattle none.
Hogs at Kansas City 2,mmi, cattle 2'n.
P. S. Yards, 8:40 a. m. Hog market
strong. Light r..90fiG.25. mixed and
butchers r.S0ff fi.40, good heavy a.f.O'ff
f!.:;o. rough heavy a.Oo'ii .".S5.
Cattle market steady.
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed a shade higher.
Light X.Wn fi.:!5, gtMid heavy 5.r,0Tj C.'.o.
mixed and butchers 5.8'iT 6.::5, rough
heavy a.f.OTf 5.5.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York, Aug. Ut. Sugar 14 4.
Gas 14S4. C, R. I. & P. 24. Southern
Pacific C,yn, H. & O. 112'i, Atchison
common ye, C, M. & St. P. lS5Vj. Cop
per 854. V,'. t"- Tl. Co. N. Y.
Central 151-,. L. & N. 14fa4. Reading
common 1123;, CVtnadiau Pacific K'.
15. R. T. i;0"-4. V. S. Steel preferred
104a, V. S. Steel common Penna
H.'.U. Missouri Pacific HC't. I'niou
Pacific l:'.';. Cjal and Iron !"'. Erie
common is1,, C. & G. W. 22',. Illinois
Central 177. Car Foundry :.7a4. Repub
lic Steel preferred V4. Republic Steel
common 21fi, Metropolitan 12'.'' j.
New York. Aug. 13. Hank .state
meiit : lxans, increased. lOlo.l11'!; de
posits, increased. $l.yj2,li'0; reserve
dt creased, $2,bJs,liM; surplus, de
creased. $3,401,125: Ex L'. S. deposits
41"U AUG. 30
Burglars Do Job. Rurglars tntertd
the grocery store of Duncan & Ransom
on Sixteenth street, opposite the po
lice station. Thursday evening and car
ried off a loaded revolver. Tiie thieves
pried open a window in the rear, and
although they opened the cash register
they made no attempt on the safe.
Nothing further is missing. The- rob
bery was committed probably by
tramps or street fair hangers on.
Must Have Numbers. Automobilists
in Moline who have been (making the
city ordinance by n.t having numbers
upon tluir machines are going to get
into trouble unless they take- heed and
remedy the fault. Chict of Police Ed
Kittilsen has noticed several automo
biles running ahout the streets with
out numbers and he has given orders
to the officers to arrest anv driver who
hasn't a number on the machine.
East Moline EJ&nd. An organization
of the East Moline Fand as.Mvciat ion
lias been made and the following oMi
cers have been elected: President J.
C. McDowell; vice president William
Decker: Secretary- William Darroi
treasurer Fred Schlueter; trustees
Ernest Winters. . A. ingersoM am
Fill Large Order. The Walsh Urake-
Shoe and Foundry near the East Mo
line nlanr e.f the Ilock I?.and road nas
just received a $1',ih" order from the
I'hiiiimine islands. The order is from i
the Manila Street Railway company.
nn.i t!ie -mods w ill be s.lintii d via New
York and around the Horn by steam
boat. This company is now furnishing
l,r:iUeshoes for the ttuire Rock Island
svsttin east, of the Missouri river. It
has had a phenomenal growtli since its
establishment. Its brakesho. s are the
best on the market and have acquired
Land on Bunch. Police raided Wil-
tiirei fi.vle's saloon Thursday night
and found a game in progress and ar-
,.Ust.i 'iVim Haves. Ed Collins. Gust
v-v,i,. HT..1 Wiliam Coxle. The nun
re.i l.efnre Justice Williams yes-
terdav afternoon and were given a con
tinuance until Monday morning at !
.!... i.- l:, n thev will ai near for trial.
Complaint had been made to the ohi-
eer iii it mi ooeti gaming house was
being kept at the saloon, so the officer:
decided to investigate1. Thursday night
iiiiir ef them visiied the place'. Two
went in tin. front v.av and two th-.
rear entrance. The lat two men di
covered a large game ot crap m ino;-,-
ress and pinched the gamesters.
Returned Missionary. Mrs. Denning
n reliiineil missionary noiu nei:.i. ir
to be in tin- city to stay over Sunday.
and she will visit the Swedish Method
ist Sundav school in the forenoon ami
make a short talk. She will delive
i missionary lecture in the evening mi
ller the auspices of the onian s l or
eign Missionary society of the church.
dozen; hens, per pound, u-ft sc.
Vegetables Potatoes. 25c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Cora, 55c Ti 5'.c; oats, 22Ti24c.
Forage' Timothy hay, $8.00 $10.00.
prairie, $S, straw, $t;,T$7.
Wood Hard, per load,$1.50!T? $5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, l'Jctf'llc. slack.
per bushel. Sc'fTOc.
Cattle Steers. $:;.inifi S 1.. ; cows
and heifers, ?2.0Ki $4.ii; calves. $2. no
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $5.50f
Sheep Yearlings or over, 4. OUT?
5.0't ; lambs, $5.(M)(?i $;.00.
Proposals for Building Storm Drains at
East Moline, III.
Sealed bids w ill be received tin to
noon Saturday. Aug. 20, P.o5, by the
board of trustees of the village of East
Moline, Rock Island county. Illinois,
for the building of about KMIOU feet of
storm drain, at East Moline, 111.
Plans, specifications and form of con
tract are on file with F. J. Cb-nd- nin,
village clerk, and at the office of ihe
Kimball Engineering company, Daven
The bids shall include all labor and
material for the completion of the
A certified check in the sum of $500,
ayable to the order of V. II. Ammer-
a;.n, president, sdiall accompanv all
ids, to be returned to unsuccessful
idders at time of letting contract, and
to the successful bidder when contract
s entered into.
The successful bidder shall enter in-
a bond in the sum of flo.boo, condi
:oned that he will complete work ac-
ordiug to contract and hold the village
armless from any and all suits
hrough negligence on his nart in con-
ction with said work.
The village reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
W. H. AMMERMAN,
President Village of East Moline, HI.
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
THE ONLY BIG CIRCUS COMING THIS WAY.
ANDTtttSPLENDDR-EUaTENWu 2DD CHARACTER SPECTACLE
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feature -vT tleVi- d. l.-ilii
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train l.Ki'i of r.riiie.'. anei. n.t.
gohletl l;.it.';ii:gs. m', lierv
.sf.jli. Hall a tb i;s:i
zling picture eif bea.itv
.foeetsit le ever l!ev;vi.
lar- eo.tl'.e: t. amu.cnient
i ' u : t ! :;.M d.iTu-ing girls, ;
c.i -tiiii : i.t e.siit:ii, s. A wlu.h
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in the w.nhl. ever ltii)
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t.ipli'.ity; only Xi.rt'i Sea i-. !.
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can rruttwiOiaii marvt 1. 1 i.c v.
BIG 6-FOLD CIRCUS.
fully 375 .ironic r.rtiis. rxliiMtirc :,!! t L;it is i,e-.v. u:i ".
tcresting in the circus werl.l. .50 funny tlowrs, .'?: t.:
bats, more than (it) aeriaiist-!,at.cl w hul.- treup. s et
Other stveialists. A!! tii'1 World's best .itiii j.reate-t .!
Kfutll' cf tr-il'i.i !..'-s..s te-.lr,i.il . -t. . . . o c . ,.t
ever seen. Coiistitut ia the Li:
...1. s '--:iti'i;: I, novel ami
'ier 1 art bat k ri.ler-;, .( a r
yiau.ists, i ei.li it t ii nit s ainl
, in!..!.: led with the great. -t
:'.i!ic jm nii niing aiuinali
HIGHEST CLASS CIRCUS THE WORLD KAS EVER SEEN
BVERY MORNING) AT IO O'CLOCK. IN CVHRY CITY VISITBO. THE i
Grandest, Longest, Richest Street Parade
F.vcr seen, excelling in magnificence, pomp anil .splendor the fablctl p.igonn(i of thej
ancients ami enticing till the world out of doors to view its grandeur. S.l railroit'l
cars. 1 ,20 people. S:i,7u(),(KX) capital invest !. ?7, 1(H) tlailv expense.
ONE 50-CENT TICKET ADMITS TO EVERYTHING
CHILDREN UNDER 12 YGARS, HALP-PRICn.
D(xrs open at 1 and 7 r. M. Perfonnam-es I --ri :i at 2 and S r.
Admission tickets and numbered reserved scots will be on sale chow day
at THE HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY at cxr.ctly the same price ch.imcd
in the regular ticket v.atjons on the show grounds.
Yovi Cev.n Gel That Money i
You Need Today.
Just let us know what you want and we will send our con
fidential agent to make al! arrangements. We take a lien
on your furniture, piano, horses, wagons, etc., for security,
but do not remove nor disturb the property in a;iy way.
Everything conducted without noise or notoriety. We ll
quote you terms and tell you what we can do for you aod
there will be no charge of any kind unless we mike you a
loan. Everything open and above bo.ird. A '"square deal" all
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell A Lynde Block, Room 33.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. and Saturday venlnjs.
chone Weit 514. New Telephone 6011.
LEAVE ROCK ISLAND
12:40 Nocn Daily.
11:50 A. M. Next Day.
Round Trip Daily
Up to Sept. 30.
Round Trip Auy.
30 to Sept. 4.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel. j
Rock Iaud. Aug. 1ft. Following are
sr.. the wholesale muitatinns in itio lew I
Provisions and Produce.
Putter Creamery, l&CQ21c; dairy,
Eggs Frehh 14c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $3 per
and &U other mt4oms of kidnev dis.
ease are speedily removed when the
auoneys are marie healthy, active and
vigorous ty tne use of
Or. A. W. Chase
the world's greatest kidney and liver
regulator, and the only medicine hav.
ing a combined action on kidneys and
liver. One pill a dose ; 2 cents a Ut.
Write for free sample to The Dr. A. W.
Chase Medicine Co., EuUalo, Zi. Y. I
LEAVE ROCK ISLAND
10:10 P. M. Daily.
ARRIVE DENVER I
9:45 P. M. Next Day. Q
NO CHANGE OF CARS. O
S. F. BOYD, D. P. A. F. H. PLUM MER, C. P. A.
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THE 2D l-j- STORE OF THE TOWN,
SI EG EL'S LOAN OFFICE 320 20th su-Phone 701 x.