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THE AI1GUB, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 181K.
Sprtn"- chickens at Hess Bros.
Balloon ascension at the Tovi on
I5i celebration at the Tower on
Attractions for all at the Tower on
Han to speml the Fourth at Black
Jlah Curtis loft for his home in
St. Paul last eveniu.
Tor Kent. A live room house. In
arutre at hotel Gordon.
Attend the concert tomorrow even
Sag at the Kim street garden.
Bay your shoes at the Fourth Ave
jane shoe store and save money.
Ladies' shoes worth f 1.50 for 98c
a! the Fourth Avenue shoe store.
The Columbia club will have a
picnic at Huber's garden, July 4.
Notice the Boston's change of add,
xad!Jie Ivargains .that are quoted.
Toniatov s, wax beans and a full
"SrH of fresh vegetables at Hess Bros.1
Modern type faces and new presses
t Guldenzopf's, 1618 Second avenue.
a -.j . . . f - . . t Uinphr
Hm street garden tomorrow even-rwr-
Mcb's solid working shoes 98c this
wtei at the Fourth Avenue shoe
Xaspberries. blackberries. pine
apples, peaches and plums at Hess
Wen's line calf shoes worth $4 for
J3 this week at the Fourth Avenue
UtoiTl forget the Columbia club
fHcnic wt Hnbcr's garden. July 4.
"Postmaster Frank (.Jarnett and A.
Sadoris. of Port Byron, were in the
vfitT to,lay on business.
Mr. an.l Mrs. John K. Warner of
St. Paul are visiting Mr. Warner's
jparents on Moline aveifue.
Ami her large shipment of refriger
itors just in. at Huckstaedt's. Easy
'payments, no extra charge.
Tomorrow is the festival of St.
ffcter. There will be services at
'.rrinity church at o'clock.
Charlos E. Kahlke leaves for Chi
oago tomomw to enter upon hi
inties in Cook county hospital.
Those beautiful oak dining room
Wts are ioing fast. lo you want
mp? Cash or eredit. (i. O. lluek
4 aed t . ?
White Can as ()f.iils. very styl
.sli. regular price. '". now ?1.5.
Buv a pair and !e in the swim. The
GuMi n.opf ii the reputation of
4ing the liuest printing in the tri
nities, lt'l Second avenue. Hon's
Slroo bargain.! - W- are going to
juove the oods and cheap prices
wi.IL " it. Notice the Boston's
.ilia ii ge 'T add.
We have an elegant line of parlor
iuits, fanev rockers, couches, etc..
it lowest " possible price. Huck
staedt's. cash or credit.
We stick, the knife in today if
rou are looking for shoe bargains,
now is the time. Too many shoes
.Mid Oxfords f.r this time of year.
Three dollar Oxfords, finest iiali
. vcrv handsome styles, down they
to " "0. All width Creoles
Were ?;". all we have left go at
The ticriuan Lutheran school i.
havhtgits annual picnic at llincher's
ganli-n today. Tlie school had its
street parade this morning preceded
iiy Bleuer's band.
Finest hand-trimmed Oxfords, pat
ml quarter and tip. were now
l.oi. Lots of children's- Oxford's at
reduced prices. Tan shoes for chil
dren r'Iu'i'd. The Boston.
Joseph Meyer, an employe of the
Rock Island Plow company, has in
rctito! an attachment for a cultivator
ior whi-h lie has mrnle an application
u,i -x patent. It is said to be a novel
All the printer-' in the Plowman
flice in Moline ii f i t heir rasos ::t ;.'::'i
.kis afti-rnooii and walked out on a
The trouble is over the em-
plowmnt of a non-union man. About
10 men went out.
Several of Hock Island's pronii
spnt people have been heard io make
ile statement, since their return from
the World's fair that it was not in it
ith J. W. Jones' second hand store,
2621' Second avenue.
The property holders of the Third
ward have retained M.M. Sturgeon
as attorney and instructed him to go
acforc the city coundil at Its next
aacvting and ask the council for an
easier grade for the proposed new
jidcwalks in that ward.
Tlie sjH'cial assessment for the
3Temcnl of Fourth avenue. Twenty
shtrtl street. Eighteenth street and
TuurUftith avenue are now due and
ovyable to Collector L. M. Buford at
ihe People's National bank. A re
The enl Pare Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
uefd in Millions of Homes 40 ears the Standard.
duction of 3 per cent will be made on
payments made in full.
Farmer" Burns, Hock Island's in
vincible goes to Decorah, Iowa, on
Saturday for the purpose of taking
part in the athletic . sports there on
Julv 4. The farmer will go against
a wrestler whom the Decorah Athle
tic club has secured and will also
enter in a number of long distance
It. Donaldson, wife and daughter,
of Midway, Washington county. Pa.,
are visiting H. A. Donaldson and
family, and will also visit Mr. Donald
son "brothers, Andrew Donaldson in
Hnral and James Donaldson at
Sheldon, Mo., before returniug home.
It is Mr. Donaldson's first visit west
in 15 years. He is one of the staunch
democrats of the Keystone state and
is one of the substantial well to do
citizens of the state as well.
World's Fair Ylnltora..
George P. Stauduhar- is viewing
the sights of the World's fair, while
Miss Carrie Mixter was among to
day's departurers for the World's
fair at Chicago.
Mrs. Hcnrv Curtis and daughter.
Miss Hope, left for the World's fair
at Chicago today.
Jacob Cohn and wife arc sojourning
in Chicago viewing the sights of the
great World's fair.
tJilnin Moore left this morning on
a visit to the World's Columbian ex
position at Chicago.
J. K. Johnston and wife left for
Chicago today on a two weeks' visit
to the Columbian exposition.
J. V. Dauber left this morning for
Chicago intending to make an ex
tended visit at the World's fair.
T. H. McNevin and family left to
day for Chicago where they will re
main some time visiting the fair.
Miss Sarah E. Hill, of Muscatine,
sister of Supt. Hobert Hill, of the
street railway lines, left yesterday
for the World's fair on an extended
visit, after having spent some time
here with friends and relatives.
The residence of Frank N. Horn on
Twenty-first street ami Sixth avenue
was burglarized some time last night
and Mr. Horn's gold watch and
chain and 1S in money taken. The
intruders entered through a side
window and took Mr. Horn's clothes
into the v ard where they were
searched, then JiuiXUig the garments
in the yard where they were found
this morning. The police were noti
ced and Chief Sexton is working on
The olVu e of Yolk's planing mill
was entered .luring last night and
some small change taken from the
The packet. Sidney went north.
The Verne Swain made her regu
The Thistle and Lizzie Gardner
The stage of the water at noon was
4.1o: the temperature was 7'J.
Terrific Storm in w:mHS.
Topeka, Kan., June SS. A terrific
storm passed over Loiian county. A few
miles south of Oakley it assumed the
proportions of u tornado, blowing down
several farm houses, stables and outbuild
ings. It carried a school house fifty roils
anil then la-.hel it to the ground, break
ing it into kindling wood and scattering
the del iris a lonir distance. Lightning
struck and killed Mrs. George Beak, four
railcs east of Oakley,
ISatl llecn Wronged '"" Her Loic
Xkw Yoiuc, June -JS Mary Keilly, 20
years of utte, who had K-en wroned by
he man she loved, jumped from a fourth
sturj' window of a house on Madison street
and was killed.
Tlie Inevitable Happens Aain.
Canton, O...Tune iiS. Mrs. Joseph Yot,
RKed 2.1 and married, was fataliy burned
by the tx:. lesion of n tr.isoline stove. Mrs.
Yoixt attempted to lill the reservoir while
the flame was turned on.
Chicago Lumber lcalcr Assigns.
Cijicaco, June 2s. Iiinna A. Wells, a
wholesale luniljer ilealer, has made an as
signment. The liabilities are not known,
but it is said his estate will amount to
more than $150.Wn.
Luctv for a Wisconsin Mutt.
Washington,. une John E. Wright,
of B.iraboo, Wis., has been appointed chief
ci' the mineral division of the general land
Two Things She Can't Do.
A woman in New Hampshire is a street
railway magnate, a pood housekeeper and
cook, a fine hot with the revolver, a first
class swimmer, an excellent business wom
an nnd worker in the church. She cannot,
however, throw a stone or strike a nail on
the head. Philadelphia Ledger.
Bheamititm Cared in a Day.
"Mvstic Cnre" tnr 'hfiiniatisru ami
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tern is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose greatly benefits o cents.
' Otto Gkotjak. Druggist,
THE COUNTY INSTITUTE.
Irofcrt'S oC County Superintendent Mar
' Yesterday afternoon in County Su
perintendent Marshall's county in
stitute was devoted to Pro. Housel's
class in vocal music, Prof. Bishop's
work in grammar and advanced writ-in"-;
Prof. McCormick's history, and
Mi"ss Stratford's instruction in lan
guage and primary writing. 0This
morning the regular routine was
again taken up.
Tomorrow evening Prof. Henry
McCormick, of the Northern Illinois
State Normal school, will lecture in
the assembly room on "Our Herit
age." Prof. McCormick is one of the
foremost men in the state engaged in
educational work, and his lecture
promises to be interesting and in
structive in a nign aegree.
Additional names have been placed
on the roll of the institute as fol
lows: Emma Churchill, Ella Runner,
Edith Davis. Sadie Carnaghan, Sarah
Cornwell, Tillie Martin. Clara Good
rich, Mrs. X. C. Swingley, M. Baker,
Myrtle Quick, Alice Wheelock, Mrs.
IA M. Copp, G. V. Pettit, Maggie
Montgomery, Amanda Nold. Maud
White, W. S. Price, Emilie J-Hobert,
Mattie Hill, Bertha Stelck, May Long,
Julia Anderson. May Edgington. Mrs.
C. L. Eastman, A. F. Cooke, Hattie
Franing, C. Freyermuth, Belle Key-.
LIKE A THIEF 1-V
THE NlUJiJ, UOtt
eu million comos. A
slight cold, with your
svsto:n in the scrolal-
'OU3 -'.'i'A-.wi -
cnuseil by impuro blood,
u . f .
That is the
' tiYno when nefjlect and
lUJnyare luil oi uanier,
I . ;-i-,,ntirTi is 1.1111?'
Scrofula. You can prevent it, and you can
cure it, if you haven t v.aiteu 100 ion, w m
r,: . I -..1.1.... l...i;,..,l Mlsmvprv Thftt
1 u . x lenj a i n -'i ...... - - - ... -
is the most ;oteit M.vl-eUanscr, strength
restorer, and tlr- h tiuil kr that's known to
medical science. Tor rverv lisase that has
to le rwulicl t-:;-..n;;h the" llool, liko Con
sumption, for S -. of ula in nil its forms, eas
Lunirs. B.-o:-., l.lli.s A:-.thnia, and all srvoro,
li!T-"rin Cov.-di- it is this only yiMrtinlced
renie.lv. If it doesn't tvnefit or cure, you
have your i..or.: y l.aei.
Tl:o pr.-T.rirtor-i of TV. P;-:-'e's
ti-tt. tlwir medicine t-erfoeUy
and r.rin.oitily cnr.r. Ctrh to prove
it to Ui... i.:ev 2aal:c t!.U ' '."',.r: if taey cant
cnruv-i.r Catarrh, no n::.tter what, year
oaso is, thev'U y you e-VW m caih.
UK OU IX EE1?
W.tiit a ciKk
Wont a partner
Want a ttuasi.in
Wnnt to rent nom
Wanl a eervai.t i?iil
Want to sell a fnrni
Wart to fell a lion-u
Wnnt to exchnpe tmltiaf
Want tf H'll houst-holil (:o..!i
War.t to nifikc n V real estate loHnp
Wai t to svll it trade f r anything
Want to fimi cus:omers for aujtUin
I Sii TUK.-E ClILU.MNs.
-HC PMI.YAKGI'SDSUVKKRU ATYOl"
i vjirr - rv ereninir liir IvHi" jer weeiv.
AN WANTED: SALAKY AN!) EXPENSES.
M Formanent place: whole .r part time. Ap -
I tiv at oik c. lauwu '' - v."., - " - ,
ninTI.E 'KEE-TO ANY DuTnl CJ'KI.
It wlnwU work for ti" N niciit'Tnu!. 1
H:iin; for ar:i-ii'a''S. Wti: to 'I it IS ts l'ub-
li-liin 10., Hi 111 Dearborn siro'. t hii-11 - :
WAXTEi'-two on THHKS mk r i.i:1-'
V rist-nt 1'iir well known hou.o 1:1 i - i v. 1
ihtr nu n hinUlc five or ix. lim-s of :.rt r'.t s nltich 1
or.nblr to pay hauiUome w-r -:i:oiv
ranrr froii! 5T3 u t l'Jo a niot't h, c-inlin'j to nia- :
tfiial in the mrn. I.. I. Muy Jfc I'o., SI I. 111. J
Miiiii., Mimryrein, fl'ntts, eceilt-nuii, sc-cu ;. - 1
tutoc?. iinpicmet.ls, etc. i
Attention Ladies. -
is the hest fkin lotion in ne. It contains 110
mineral or oilv milistitiiccs. "M hy
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Uoom 15. Ditt'ic I'.iock. Dsvcnnort corner
Thiril and Dinily.
11 jiauc Medical trcati'-e contaii li ir much ilifor
111.1'ioii utiJ many ruluulilv reccijils fret- njion a.
Ilic:ition. Are showijia:
Correct Prices, tp which we invite inspection.
Sboe Store 104'Second averto
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
Ptove haTincr a tank that cannot be ta' en off
for Oiling, unless the burner arj cl ecu.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove haviiiK an indicator to show when the
burners are nueii or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
rtove having glaiw tubes to show th: drip
pine of sa olino when llie st -v 1 '. in ue.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is Ihe only
Btove bavins burne..-- tt at cinul be opened
farihcr than iieccMStry.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all p ir 8 made of material
which cannoi rast.
1615 and 1H17 Seeot d Avenue.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
Torino I n'l U.wHnvniitniP
: - JJ.gB t (III iil32.(lQU0,rt8rS. -
'-n i :.dv-V.A
I Cigar Store and Eiiiiara Parlor.
! .1 ;najn mi l:am: 'Jic tm"t hrawle " "io 'cst'C
: rr.d impurtii ciiiarn. AH biaml ( toltcco.
I Tin- score of t'.l ir.c fca'.l fmet wi'l h- receive
I L. (JLOCKBOFF, Prop.
m w m
r--i-A.-i:- -- . J2brti t
all the latest agonies in
Hot Weather Clothing.
Hot Weather Goods.
H- i n are eome tempting
LAD IKS' VESTS
As good as usually sold for
LADIES RlBBKD VESTS
As good as is usually sld
5-2 in. would be cheap
enough at 12ic, for
Brings out the low prices.
Fishinjr Poles at
Patent Mop sticks
ISc ami up,
Cliil.ln n's Ul.ick
Host- oe tip.
Ladies' Siik Mitr
2vc anl up.
(Uass Siiuci- Dishes
.'5' 'c a
Call and see our
00c to G;c.
i. YOUG, Proprietor
172S S-coud lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic M DispensiDa Pharmacist
I' ic ! rtt'td in his x.ev.- l:tii';iinir nt ;be coruci of I-'if'.li avt-uue
and T--ven!y. third street.
J. F. Kotenkikj d.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
IIou.-o IK-atiiiL ami Sanitarv riuniliinir.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County,
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue.
Hot Weate Goods.
NEW PONGEES -In
dark grnu' d.
Extia values in
Woolen Dr-i.-s ('oodg.
By getting firaf -class goods
at lowest prices.
Hair "riniM i
Parlor .Mat. lo-.-luc
pki:. I,. -
A Nol.l.y li:
v rv chi-ao
from ."c u o
Tom I;..- LM'itLi'.
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