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Ilolroyd'B underwear &tt1e M. & K.
Wsj's flee libbed ncderwear M. & K.
A new line of solid silver at Will R.
Free tickets to the circus at Will R
Mr. and Mrs EonUSpiuldlng ara wisit
ing In Iowa.
Andrew Donaldson, of Rura wis in
the city today.
Goto the Columbia for red calico.
Guaranteed fast color.
'The electric se will be free to all
school children Saturday.
J.J3. Elliott and son. Erie, cf Mar.ton.
w re in the city yesterday.
Thoaa fluinel shirts the Colombia are
showing are decided bargains.
Kiss EIlaBuckley.of Colorado Springs,
is rishiaz Miss Clara Deiaenroth.
Fail orercoats and underwear; flee as
sortment; lowest price. M. & K
All school children will have the free
use of the slide at the Tower Saturday.
Nolice the lamps at Loosley's crockery
tore when you get the cream pitcher,
M. & K. are now prepared to supply
you with a complete fall outfit from
tip to toe.
Tou had better get prices on under
wear at the Columbia before making
Mrs. Elizabeth McEuiry. mother of
William and M.J. McEniry, is quite ill
at her home in Moline .
Do not buy cbenelle curtaius and table
spreads until you see the line at the Col
umbia. We can save you money.
Mrs. H. C. Marshall and a few cf her
pupils will give a musicale at her horre
103 Thirteenth street this evening.
Mrs. Swan Youngren. lue of Rick
Island, and now of Minneapolis, is here
on a visit to the family of Charles Obarg
Henry Nowack will give a free lunch
with roast pig oc Saturday evening at his
saloon. Fourth avenue and Fourth street
Mrs. P. P. Thomas, of Wyoming, 111.,
who has been west on a visi-. is stopping
in the city, the guest of Mr. P. Greens
walt. Sugar and cream sets share in tbc j
"pitcher reduction" at Loosley's, Satur
day. One style at 30 cents. See card,
Saturday will be school children's day
at the Tower, on which occasion the
Newburger electric slide will be opened to
the use of all the children free.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Maria
Hcisel occurs tomorrow morninz at 9
o'clock from the Woltmann residence on
Elm street to St. Mary's cburcn.
A little daughter has arrived to glad
den the home of R. W. Barth and wife,
and Russell bespeaks bis welcome to the
little stranger in a beaming smile.
8. J. Collins has received notice of his
appointment as superintendent of con
struction of the government building, at
salary of $6 per day while on duty.
The first game of the series that will
be played between the Rock Island and
Geneseo high school nines will occur at
Twir-City park next Saturday afternoon
As a starter All wool, red knit under
-wear, 25c; excellent heavy merino under
wear. 88c and 48;; fine natural wool, 75c;
underwear from 15c to the very best at
the M. & K.
Miss Charlotte Ken worthy has been
quite ill with typhoid fever for several
days past. The attending pbysicime,
Dra. Truesdale and Piummer, report that
while her condition is alarming she will
probably ret through all light. She is a
little better today.
The London has again evinced its ar
- tistic window dressing taste lately by
placing in the west window a beautiful
representation of a number of prettily
-clad "children, presenting to Director
General Davis of the World's Fair, Lon-
The Davenport council gave the street
csr company another poke last night, and
at the same time, ignored the wishes of a
large portion of the taxpayers of the city
in the way of a committee report adverse
to the wishes of property holders who
petitioned that the company be allowed
to continue the use of tracks on Second
The flaest display of jewelery and
silverware in the city can be seen at Will
R. Johnson's. His elegant line of silver
ware, consisting of tea sets, souvenir
spoons, knives and forks, and everything
in the solid and plated novelties. His
display of watches cannot be duplicated
west of Chicago, having all the leading
makes. Jt will pay you to call on him
before purchasing elsewhere.
Henry Hammond a driver for the Penn
Tank Lice company was before Justice
finnko vesterdav. charged by J. L
Moran the company's manager with mis
appropriation of funds belonging to the
company. He pleaded guilty and was
held in bonds of f200 to the"circuit court.
His system waa to sell oil fo.m the wagon
Cbsrere less than the amount in his book,
mike out the bill for the fail (mount and
collect it, and then pocket the difference.
The 100 yard foot race at the fair
grounds in Davec port ''yesterday after
nn.-.n between Johnny Cowden, of Ibis
city, and one Harrj Hill, who is unknown
about here, resulted in a defeat for the
former, though many are of the opinion
that.it could have been made a better
race. Two parties from this city who
held watches, state it was run in 10
seconds, which was slow for Cowden at
any rate. In the neighborhood of 700
changed ban Is on the result.
Jobn P. Dahn and Miss Lena Schmidt
were united in marriage at the Gtrman
Lutheran church at 7:30 o'clock last
evening by Rev. C. A.. Mennicke. pastor
of the church. After the ceremony at
the church the bridal party repaired to
the residence of the bride's parents. Con
rad Schmidt and wife, on Seventeenth
s'reet. wltre- a bounteous wedding feast
was enjoyed by the guests, the remain
der of the evening being spent in social
pastimes. The happy will make their
home in a cottage on Ninth street and
Only One More Victim to Find.
Ashland, Wis., Oct. 6. A body, identi
fied as that of Simeon Koski, a timber boss,
was recovered from the Korrie mine Tues
day Sight, and three more were taken out
early yesterday morning Frank Penisohn,
a miner, and John Bloomqumt and Her
man Erickson, members of the timber crew.
This makes r.ine of the ten. Work is beinst
pushed to find the remaining victim.
" Oil the Snow, the Braul ."
Kixgstos, X. Y., Oct. 6. The peaks of
the CatskiUs arc covered with snow to a
depth of two inches, and the ground was
covered from Delhi to Big Indian, covering
a section many miles square.
Rochester. X. X.. Oct. 6. There was a
slight flurry of snow here yesterday.
Will Be Paid IfTT.ey Keep Cool.
Detkoit, Oct. C. The United States
Building & Loan association has decided to
suspend epilations. It was started in
March, T had a membership of about
850 and an authorized capital of $35,00O,0iiO
uvHsod into : hares of s.l.eOOench. A nicot
inic of tlie til roc-tors was held Monday and
it was deci:!l to retire from an already
overcrowi'i d field. J-Vcretary Kiddle sas
that .ill si-. ' . I.oldi rs vjU eventually bo
pai l i'.ii- i.nio :;;t of their iutaihiients in
inn ;mie--. ; i . :-ct rashly and force un
:ac-.ii.ite of 4j;:s:ihs3.
The Tiase II all Experts.
Chicago, Oct. 6. Only three games of
base ball vrers played yesterday by league
clubs. The scores were as follows: At
Chicago Iuisville 7, Chicago 2: at Cleve
landCincinnati 0, Cleveland 6; at Xew
York Brooklyn 9, Xew York .
Tl'u the Real Asiatic
London, Oct.6. The captain of a Thames
tug lxat was admitted to the ?t. Thomas
hospital Monday, suffering from a "chol
eraic complaint. Yesterday the hospital
physicians reported that he has Asiatic
The Homestead Treason Cases.
Pittsburg, Oct. 3. Chief Justice Pax-
son Saturday fixed the bail for the men
charged with treason at ?10,000 in each case-
But one of the prisoners, llliam Baird.
secured a sufficient amount in the opinion
of the court to warrant his release.
I tried a bottle of Solvation Od on a
wound nd wss cured within several
days. I never had such a good remedy
as Salvatif n O.l in my hands. Mrs. J.
C. Duncan, Lexington. Mo."
We notice the sr. Louis pipers are
full cf the merits of the Msi ;s?ic Steel
and Malleable Iron Range. It certainly
is the best one ever made, and is sold a'
a very low price by Henry S:emon &
WANTED Earnest, intelligent lady t ettab-
experience in a sick r om pre "erred; call at suite
3, McCollongh blocic Davenport, Iowa.
AGENTS making $3 to $10 per day selling the
Electrical Wonder hoastboM want. Mi lirailT
street. Davenport. Iowa, second floor, room S. 8 to
9p.m. Geieral agent wanted.
WAX TED-OIL AGENT. A GX)D T5KLIA
ble anl erercetic man to icnrtt-ent as In the
sale of onr oils, greases, etc., on gord comn-iirsion.
ajko a tew travel. log salesmen to carry t,ur sam
ples as a side iine. The case is stn ll aim can be
artie.1 In the locket. Address wite reference.
J. K. TimmiuB & Co., Cere and, Ohio.
t i 1 M.l;ffnn Virealfincr on f on fnv 1 P
i ntti - """'b - -5. , y .-?
below the knee, and wasenred sound and well
with two and a half bottles of WiOj
rvh or blood medicines haa tailed rhySY-
to do me any good. Wnx C. Beaty,
v ' , ..n JL-J wS.f. an
1 wasiroauiea mini ouuudviu " -
p-7-avwtod ease of Tetter, and threo botiles c .
KAr.cvUlc, I. T.
Onr hook on TUood and Skin Diseases manr.J
Iree. Swift Bccuw Co, Atlaata, Go.
or THE CONDITION OF THE
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK,
at Rock Inland, in the sute of Illinois, at the
close of business scpu 91, iaw.1.
Loans and discounts S297,7(M 6'
rxurdrarta. secured and nnecored ... 1S R7
T7 s. Bonds to secure circnUUon s'i.i w
Stocks. sccariUVs. ct; 4.0") 09
Due from approved reserve agents ... :ei,i4 S5
Due from ntner Nstional banks 4.rl 21
nn fr.jm State bmnk and bankers 62S 51
Rauki- c honse. furniture, end fixtures 2,000 00
Current expanses and taxes paid S.14 S5
Checks and other cash items X10 71
BiU of o her banks 6,S5 00
Fractional paptrcurrency.nickels.cents 144 30
frpectes - S2,K42S
Legal tenler notes 7,13 00
it ru-mniion fond with U. B. treasurer
(5 pir cent of circulation) 1.850 0
. . etWk IV I Q 41
Capital stock paid in 1 100.000 00
Surplns fund 60.000 0
Undivided proBts 80
National hanks notes outstanding 27,003 00
Individual deposits subject
to check ISO4.P10 8S
rimnd cr:lflcat"S of deposit 18.165 50
Time certificates of depo-it. 5S,73a 86-381,709 18
Due to other national banks 5,078 63
Due to state banks an 1 bankers.. 2,552 SO
Total ; $600,713 41
Btatb of Illinois, I
Rock Inland County I "
I C. Hellnenstell. cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the cest or mv Knowledge ana oencr.
C HELL-ENS'l ELL. Cashier.
8nbclbed and sworn to before me this 6th day
of Oct. 1W FliEOEKlCKC. DENKMASN,
Sial Notary Public.
Cobbbct Attest: Jos. Rosenfibxd,
F. C. A. I ENKMANK,
M sTIB I'OBXN FIELD,
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
"Tirad all lha Tim."
Is complaint of msny poor mortal, who
know not where to 6nd relief. Hood's
Sarsaparilla possesses just those elements
of strength which you so earnestly crave.
It will build jou up. gie jou tn appetite
strengthen your stemach and tervei. Try
Hood's Pills act especially upon the
liver, rousing it from torpidity to its
natural duties, cure cons'.ipation and
THE DAILY A KG US DBLIAERRD AT YOl'R
door every evening for 14!4c per week.
ANTED AS ACTIVE AND WIDE AWAKE
boy Enquire at this office.
FOR KENT THEE ROOMS AND KITCHEN :
a'so furnished front room. Apply 1110 Third
WANTED A SITUATION A3 STATIONARY
eneine- r. Good references. Address 'K''
IAViY WANTED SALARY AND EXPENSES',
i Pleasant employment, lirow i B oi. Co..
Vaity Building, Chicago.
FOR SALE AND RENT CON FKCTIONERY
and noti m store, established 20 voars with
store and livimr r omi for rent. Apply KT15
WANTED 200 TEAMS TO WORK ON HEN
nepin e nal : three octhe work : ecod waees.
Apply and vork H mile west of Milan, V. u.
1 o call your attention to a few facts :
Yonr evesicht Is priceless the eyes need rood
care: improper spectacles are Iiinrions. voa
ahonldrot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers oi encap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, and will tave pains to
properly fit your eyes for every defect of vision
and will guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
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If the lines in this diamond fienre do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it maicaiea n aniett. i
that causes nervous head-ache and should
bo corrected at once. Ly.-s tested free
H. D. I0LS0M,
Jeweler and Optician.
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles of
Sheets and Pillow Gases,
We will sell you this week
ready made sheets and pil
low cases for about what
the bare material costs you.
Peppeiel Bleached Sheets
81x90, 9-4, 63c each.
Fjuit of Loom bleached shetts:
81x90, 8-4, 67c each
90x90, 10-4, 75c each.
Lockwood Bleached Sheets
81x90, 9-4, 58c each.
Fruit of Loom, 45x36,
Fruit of Loom, 42x36, 18c:
Caet Iron, 45x36, lfie.
Notice the following price3
Bed Comforts 05c each.
Grey Blankets, fair, $1.25 pr.
Towels, all linen, 4c each.
Craeh 3Jc a yard.
Shaker flant els, good, 5c a yd
Cloaks, immense assortment.
Lowest prices guaranteed
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
D. ROY BOOT'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finet brands of dorreMic
snd imported cigars. All biande of tobacco.
The score of all ihe ball games will be-received
L. GLOCEHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice nresent an elegant Haryinu
Set like those I have to show w?il be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Stoves and Ranges
are the leadeis made in Illinois for our soft coal and every on
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in an I see how much I have to show you
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD!
Nowadays Darents buying Boys' Clothing make an effort to get good goods not cheap, shoddy stuff.
Shoddy goods are high at a low price; a good article at a low price is what you want, and that is just what the
Are now prepared to show you. We have always made it a special feature to carry good goods only, and
while we have been successful in this direction we have never been in a position to snow such an exceedingv
choice, perfect-fitting and superior made and trimmed line of
as at present. An exceptionally choice line of novelties, positively a handsomer and larger line than ever at
correct prices, in fact better made, better trimmed and better fitting goods at lower price than you would
have to pay for infearior goods elsewhere.
Comparison is convincing. May we have an opportunity of satisfying you as to the truthfulness of the
Headquarter for Boys' and Children's Wearing Apparel.