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NOW IS THE TIME
To Buy That New Carpet.
We have the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In
grains and Mattings in the three cities.
How : about Bedroom Suites ani Parlor Suites:" We are head
quarters for these goods. We are showing a very line line of
LACK CURTAINS, also our line of CHENILLE CURTAINS
his never 'been better, and don't fail to see our
FJi-1 - M
I iuft in the worM and only 3. Of)-can be used as a quilting frame.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
103, nr. 107 E. Seconi
Sustain Home Industry
Calling for Rock Island
Brewing Go., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Don't Miss it Today.
Look in our Second street Windows, thev are
there for a few days only -you will be a loser if
you neglect his opportunity.
For Ladies' Dongola Button Boots, Flexible Sales,
$10 J Patniit Tips, that wre 2 00 and $1.75.
Q 1 1 f or yfmr ckce f a
C)XiJL only not so tine,
They are just such bargains as you'd expect of
Iowa's Leading Shoe Store.
Second and Harrison StsM Davenport.
Street, DVSNPOST, IA.
another lot iry similar to above
tbev were J, 1.50 and ?1.40.
1803 Uecond Avenue.
lry ice cream soda at Krell &
Cream served with every glass of
ouua ai ureu & Math's.
Phosphates that do you good to
uniiK at iv.ren & Math's.
Ten good work horses for sale.
Apply to Elbert Mead, Sears' brick
The Scott county teachers' insti
tute is in its annual 2-weeks' session
Ernst Sommers has returned from
Chicago with a tine line of fruits,
vegetables and celerv.
We serve pure fruit iuice and crvs-
tal spring water in our soda. Re
member this and try Krell & Math's
Cheap lots for sale in South Rock
Tsland, on easy payments, taxes low,
location healthy. Inquire of M. M.
H. 1). Folsoni yesterday completed
the removal of his jewelry store to
his new store two doors west of his
old stand. The new room has been
brightened and put in first-class
shape and will in every way be bet
ter suited to his increasing business.
The yellow cars from Englewood,
east, take you to the corner of Sixty
third street anil Cottage Grove ave
nue. The Hotel Deleware is on the
rh street a
. V). M. Ci
towage iirove avenue, mj. m. Cur
tis, now in Rock Island, will be glad
to send you circulars for your ad
dress. Last night at the tent, corner of
Twenty-second street and Tenth ave
nue. Ri'v. E. A. Merrill delivered a
sermon on '"The Saint' Inheritance."
Tonight Rev. Santee takes up the
subject. l'rcM'iit Issues," a continu
ance of Wednesday night's subject.
Services begin at s o'clock each even
ing: free to all.
The clothing and shoe stores are
again closed after 8 p. in. except on
Saturday evening. It is by mutual
agreement of the merchants and
clerks and will continue until after
the heated term is over. If the pub
lic will govern itself accnrilingl v bv
doing its trading in the early even
ing it will be more satisfactory alt
The Louisville Commercial of a re
cent date contains an elaborate and
comprehensive description of the
handsome exhibit at the World's fair
of licruheim Bros.', Kentucky whisky
dealers, of Louisville. The interest
ing article is supplemented by
sketches of the members of the firm,
and something of its business gener
ally, and demonstrating that "Hern
heim Hros. are among the foremost
of the wholesale whisky dealers of
The Audubon (European) is an at
tractive World's fair hotel in a per
fect location for rest and convenience
at Midway Plaisance, or Sixtieth
street and Oglesby avenue. I'uilt of
stone and brick is permanent and
safe. Within easy reach of the fair
and an entrance a block away on
either side, three blocks west of the
Illinois Central station at the Sixtieth
street entrance. Everything new,
neat, clean and comfortable. Rates
$1.5o per day and up. Ample sanitary
loneis and oatus. i-me cafe witu
reasonable charges. N. N. Hench
man, Jr., manager. Sixtieth street
and Oglesby avenue, Chicago.
"Wheat Kuftri From KuMt.
The following information in re
gard to the condition of the crops is
gleaned irom the weekly bulletin of
the Illinois weather bureau. Wheat
harvesting is practically completed
in a majority of the counties in the
southern division, and in the other
counties of this section will probably
tie completed the coming week. In
the central division harvesting will
begin this week. The rust and scab
in the wheat is beginning to affect it
materially. The correspondent at
Alsey, Scott, county, savs that a
small insect has been workin" the
top joint to the head of the wheat,
and has almost completely ruined a
great many fields. While the nights
have been rat hr cool for corn.it is
reported as having made a fine
growth during the week, is of excel
lent color generally, clean, and in
mahy sections lias been laid bv.
Oats are ripening fast, and. except
in a few localities where rust is re
ported, in line condition. This crop
will son be ready to harvest. Rye
is heading, and some fields will be
ready to cut in about 10 days. In a
few sections some has already been
harvested. Clover hay harvesting is
Hearing completion and the crop has
been secured in good condition. Po
tatoes are doing finely and from
present prospects will be a good
crop. A slight improvement is no
ticed in the condition of fruit in a
Whether on pleasure bent, or busi
ness, take on everv trin a brittle nf
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleas-
ontlv orwl T" .. 1 1 . . I . 1 ' i
mmwj nuu cuctiuuu on tu Kiuuey s,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms of sick
ness. - For sale in 50c and fl bottles
by all leaking druggists. Manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup
Khenmttiim Cared in a Say.
"Mystic Cure" fr rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures m one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disae immediately disappears. The
first djOM greatly benefits 75 cents.
So & to.
rmo Kkotjan Druggist,
5 Charles Smith to Foster Coyne,
part lot 8, block 20, Chicago or, lower
add., Rock Island, fl,650.
S. A. ' and C. F. Lynde to John
Schoessel, lot 5. block 2, C. Lynde's
add., Rock Island, $700.
S. A. and C. F. Lvnde to J. B.
Schoessel, lot 6. block 2, C. Lynde's
add., Rock Island, $800.
Marv Rverson to Marv Kirseh. lot
24, block 3, Sinnett's add.. Rock Isl
E. J. Severance to A. f. Daklstrnm
Part lot 1. 5. 17. Iw. South Mnlino.
M. S. Severance to A. M. D.ihl-
strom, lot 3. M. S. Severance's sub-
div., sej, 5, 17, lw, $350.
Georsre B. Wittick to David firnhl.
lot 5, block 1. Wittick's add., East
Rock Island. Moline, $1,00).
6 Estate of Margaret Frizzell.
Final report and report of distribu
tion filed and approved Order that
administratrix pay into county treas
ury uistrinutive snares belonging to
non-resident and unknown heirs.
Receipt of treasurer therefor, filed
and estate closed and administratrix
Estate of Elizabeth Williams.
Claims of B. F. Knox. S. F. Cooke
and Mathew Burgin allowed. George
v . Gamble appointed special admin-
isiraior to oeiend against claim ot j
Theodore Iloldorf, one of executors.
Conservatorshipof Mariraret 15arre
Order authorizing cons?rvator to
mortgage ward's real estate for her
support and maintenance.
How Posture SrampH Are Hade.
It mav not be generally known
that every part, of postage-stamp
making is done bv hand, v.". such is
rhc designs are engrave 1 on steel.
2 M stamps on a -ingie plate. These
plates an- inkeM tv two men, and
then are printed by a gir! and a man
on a large hand or.'ss. Thev are
dried as fast s printed, and' then
gummed with a stnrch paste made
from potatoes. This paste is dried
by placing the sheets in a steam fan
ning machine, and then the stamps
are subjected to a pressure of 2.U'lO
tons in a hydraulic press. Next the
sheets are cut so that each one con
tains ( l stamps, after which the
paper between the stamps is perfor
ated, and after being pressed, the
sheets are filed away. If a single
stamp is injured t!u
A Happy Coaih nition
Of tlis mo-t povnt hnd actiw ri-r:ics of the
whole vr.itib e kingdom, is th" which makes
Dr. Pier, o's K::vor!t i'res r;;i;in so pre-cmi-nei.tlt
uhove every i t c r -o-r : U'ti womutTa re
8'orative lu the mtirki t. I) i.'t ftnji siort of the
tet! Dou t expsrlmt n wi h woah'eys imita
tions, when the worid iickn.m! tlz-- no nnperior
tj the origina', r- liib'e. nnri i n'v eu:irun:erl
remedy for the h;jr re-tor,tt!fn .f -nff -ring and
dehilirut -d women. C'o!h TioihiiiL' ft ilon't do
nt as rtcommeiided. see L'Unrnritee on Iwit ie
wrappcr. Advertised List No. H7.
List o leMer uiclled for at !he io-tcfE:-.e Lt
Rock Islanrt, 111., July". l-'.8:
Bran it, Mad ilina Vre Mci'aw, Levi
Horton. Co y M is
Mi: Brule, M
t:arter, II ii
luff , irace M:
Uordoii, K Thos
Hill. Amelia Mis
Lewi-. L F.
Loyejov, Ilerna'd i
Mar ow Bro
Raiahaiizh. I.' f iv t
ttiehar.i. r.iiiii ..iss
se:.h n . t'-.i It
Slil'Ill, Xa t M
r KEION LIST.
Ciathy. T!.o Lii -1-, Jo
J. W.FoTTrt. l'is'mister.
Grand lUxcurHion to Peoria.
The German Catholic societies will
have an excursion to Peoria to attend
the first state convention on Sunday,
July 9. Round trip tickets $1.50.
Tickets can be had at George Koenig
saeker's store, Adam Klotz's book
store Chris Naab's butcher shop, and
Dolly Bros.' shoe store. Everybody
Vi1 - !mwm.
JAMES R. WAITE,
Uasar of Waite'i Celebrated Comedy Oo
fremiom Band and Orchestra,
Ztr. Xilf Medical Co., Elkhart, Jnd.
Yon will remember the condition I was In fro
Tears ago. when 1 was aillieted with a combina
tion of diseases, and thouvht there waa mo hclp
for . 1 tried all kindso! mediclnes.and aoorej
'f eminent physiciati. ' y nerves were prostrated,
producing dnzmcm. heart trouble and all the ills
Uiai make lite miserable. I commenced to laks
DR. MILES' NERVINE
and In three months i was nurteTLT eunro.
In my travels each year, when I see the tnouciiu3
ot physical wrecks, sufreriug from nervous pros
. . j. tration, taking prescriptions from
k 1 Wi local physicians who bare no knowl-
edge of their case, and whose death
is certain, I feel like going lo them and saying,
"err on. Muxs Nchvinc and ac cunto." Ia
myprolesslon, mww where there
are so many su CTII n t. U Derers from
overwork, men tal prostra
tion and nervous exhaustion, brought on by the
character of the business engaged in, I would
M sure core for ail goffering from these causes,
J Ana &. Wait..
Sold on a PositiTSi Guarantee.
Or.MILCS' PILLS 60Doscs25Cts.
rTmiiiiiTi m. i
We offer you that you will
do well to heed.
NOW is the time to buy
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We have all sizes, the best made. Prices are
cut in two, within the reach of all.
We sell the kind that are constructed on correct principles,
Hardwood, five from odo taks hut little ice to nn them.
Parlor Suits, Odd. Pieces for the P.irlor,
Book Cases, Sideboards, Fancy Tables,
Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths
Easy Payments No extra charges
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! K'liFPHOiTK 421
322 Brady Street, Davenport. Iowa.
itUpholsiering of all kinDs "Trc.
FeattiTs rnnovated on sh rt t:o ir-p.
Notice After July 1 store will close at i'.-Ji i p. m. Satar-lay at 10 p. m
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes.
Too minv summer shoes for :he time of
year. Cheap prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN.
Ladies Russia, Tan Blncher"?.
Stylish. Were 5.o ). Now $3
White Canvas Oxfords, Kid
Tip .and trimmed. Were $2.50.
All of our Ladies Finest Hand
Turned Oxfords, square and pic
toe. Were $3. Now $2.50.
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
B argains ! B argains !
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And Hottbk Furnishing Goods
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
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(NOT MERELY A
SQUARE HOx THAT
WILL HOLD ICE.)
1 Creoles Finest Russia Calf
Elegant Shoes Hand Turned
Tip ami Plain. Were 3. Now
Ladies Hne Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. Were
$2. Now f 1.50.
, Lots of Children's Oxfords torj
numerous to mention, at greatljn
ROCK ISLAND, ILL'