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THE AliGUS, MONDAY, JULY 17, ISiKJ.
Read the Columbian add on eighth
, Tomorrow i the great tea sale at
' BriflUl & (Jloinfs.
Celery nnd a full line of fresh veg
. rtabk-s at Hess Bros.'
i Drink the celebrated Uji tea. Buv
j it at Driflill & Gleim's.
Bead the large display of the Col
nmbian on eighth page
i Save money by reading the Col urn
i hian add on eighth page.
Ed Wagner is home from Chicago
1 a visit to his folks here.
' A tine line of teas at Drillill &
, Gkdm's. Call and see them.
Mrs. J. F. Stafford of Chicago, is
, waiting her brother, Fred Lloyd.
A competent girl wanted. Good
; wages. Apply 842 Nineteenth street.
Wanted Girl in small family, best
: -wage paid. Apply 117 Fifth ave-
! Klu berries, peac hes. cherries,
jooHeberries and currants at Hess
One day only tomorrow Driflill
l Gleim will sell tea at 10 per cent
Miss Nellie llcvine has resigned
ker position as stenographer atMc
Cabe Bros", store.
You can buy one pound of good
Japan tea for' 15 cents at Driflill &
Gluinis next Tuesday.
One dav only next Tuesdav, July
' 18 Driflill & Gleim will sell 'tea at
10 per cent below cost.
Dick Pearce came down from Chi
cago on Saturday evening to spend a
few days with friends here.
The evening services of the Broad
way church last evening were held
n the lawn cast of the church.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T- U. will be held tomorrow after
noon at :i o'clock at the Christian
Harry Heng-tler. who has been
Tcry ill with typhoid fever for some
two weeks pat, is reported as some
The condition of Ma Lauvercnce.
Ihc Harper house laundry girl who
was scalded the other day. is. if any
thing, more alarming today.
All having bills against Black
Hawk Inn, contracted by J. K. Mon
trose, are requested to leave same at
Harper house at once. J. K. Mon
trose. The three gentlemen. Messrs. Wil
kins, Diugeldein and Warner, who
went to Chicago for treatment of
iheir dog bites at the Pasteur insti
tute, are all getting along nicely.
Many inquiries are heard daily as
to why we have no more band con
certs in Spencer square. The con
certs last season proved very enter
taitiiug and the people are anxious
to have them resumed.
Mr. and Mrs. James Burke return
their sincere thanks to the many
friends ami neighbors who so kindly
assisted them in the sickness and
death of their little son Jimmie, and
also for the Moral offerings.
The ladies of the Broadway church
will give a lawn social on the grounds
east of the church, on next Friday
evening. Ice cream, lemonade and
ail that goes to make a delightful en
tertainment will be on the grounds.
Agreeable to the sense of the last
ami-ting of the Kock Island Citizens'
Improvement association. President
Jackson has taken advantage of the
more endurable weather and called
fliie special meeting of the association
kir tonight tn consider matters of
atrjKirtanco. Il is hoped all mem
crs will be present.
Elsewhere appears the annual offi
cial report of the Kock Island public
schools. It will be interesting to note
in sat-h connection the fact, which
reference to it will show, that Miss
Jennie Kane, whom the board recent
3t removed because she was not a
public school graduate, has the best
-record of any in per cent of attend
ance of pupils, and one that com-
3ares with any of the others in gen
eral results shown.
Yesterday morning Drs. Carter
awl Bernhardt, of this city, and
llaegeboek of Davenport, performed
a surgical operation on t-x-Postnias.
t Howard Wells, removiri"- a sec
lion of the xKVcutii rib on the right
ide in t iller to relieve the accumula
tion of water in the chest. Mr.
Wells is suffering with a dropsical
auceuon. ami me physicians antici
pate an improvemcnt'now, though it
will be gradual, and at best it will be
a long time before he fully recovers.
The Griflin Tile works, located at
Griffin, 111., has about all it can do
So supply the trade it has built up,
pnrely on the- strength of merit.
The handsome and unique designs
recently spoken of in The AmuVas
having been turned out by the works
are but samples of the high class of
workmanship employed by the Grif
fin company, and which is secondary
only to the quality of the material
from which the Griflin tile is manu
jyihe only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum '
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Su.ndard.-
factured. Bock Island has abund
ance of this tiling in use, and cannot
have too much of it.
World's Fair visitor.
John Lark in is hon e from the big
F. T. Woodyatt is taking in the
Miss Lucy Beck lefi this morning
for Chicago to visit the World's fair.
Mrs. Samuel Shrai ger leaves to
night for Chicago to visit relatives.
C. J. Larkin and son have return
ed from a visit to t lie World's fair at
H. D. Mack went to Chicago last
niiht for a couple of days visit at the
George Lauioiit a:id son. Ralph,
left tuilav for a visit t.) the 'World's
fair at Chicago.
Miss Lucy Schindle.- left tit is morn
ing for Chicago to spend some lime
at the World's fair.
James Dunn left yesterday morn
ing on a short visi: to the great
World's fair at Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Y Tewkesbury
have returned from a visit to the
World's fair at Chicago.
Harrv Corcoran and Henry Ulle-
meyer left Saturday l ight for Chi
cago to take in the .World's fair.
Will Blade! left th.s morning for
Chicago to spend a fe v days viewing
the sights ol the great World s fair.
Deputy Circuit Clerk Albert John
son has gone to Chicago to take in
the sights at the great World's fair.
Daniel Maronev and wife expect to
leave tomorrow for the World's fair
city to visit the Col inibian exposi
John Collins, accompanied by his
sister. Miss Ella, loft Saturday for
Chicago, where they vill visit the
Joseph Koscntield and wife and
daughters, Misses Carrie and Esther,
are Bock Island vi-iitors to the
Mrs. Phil Mitchell and son left for
the World's fair citj yesterday to
spend a few days visit ng the Colum
Among those who left last night
for Chicago were Warren and Ernest
Beck, who will spend some time vis
iting the World's fair.
C. J. Dart and Mylo Lee were pas
sengers for Chicago on Saturday
night, being on their vay to visit the
Columbian exposition .
Mrs. Lizzie Strochleand Miss Anna
Sicmon left today for Chicago, ex
pecting to spend soi h- time there
visiting the World's f:ar.
Miss Hattie and Cclia Curnyn left
for Bradford this niornidg," where
they will join friends ind visit the
World's fair for two weeks.
The Misses Abbey B irns and Ma
mie Costegan left thi morning for
Chicago, where they will remain
some time visiting the World's fair.
Johnnie Holtham, of Chicago, is
visiting his uncle. Aid. C. E. Evans.
On his return home Mr. and Mrs.
Evans and daughter w 111 accompany
Dr. W. T. Magill and wife started
this morning for Chicago, expecting
to remain in the city some time vis
iting the World's Columbian exposi
tion. J. II. Johnston has returned from
the World's fair. Mrs. Johnston
will remain about 1( days longer,
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Francis
Sergeant William II ckey, of Rock
Island arsenal, accompanied by his
wife and daughter, Miss Maggfe, arc
enjoying a visit to the World's fair
Mrs. J. F. Van Horn returned Sat
urday evening from Chicago, where
she has been visiting friends and
taking in the World's fair for the
past seven weeks.
Conductor "Jack" Auld took his
son Robert to Chicago yesterday,
where the latter will remain some
time visiting the Worl Ps fair, Con
ductor Auld returning last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthias Schnell
have returned from a splendid visit
to the World's fair, up in which ihey
were accompanied by their niece.
Miss Lizzie Kclleher, of Reynolds.
Mrs. J. F. McKibbcn and daughter,
Miss Maggie, accompanied by Miss
Young, left this morning for'Chica
go to spend a brief season enjoying
the sights of the grc it Columbian
Would You be Attractive.
You niu-iibe he thy. Wou.d you be healluv,
alwaya It- op within reach, rua ly for any emer
gency, Ir Pierce' Pleasant Pullets, the perfeo
tion of yhjs'c! Headache, bii ounts, couatipa
tlon, a coated tonirue, always indicate a torpid
liver. These magic Pellets ac t directly upon the
liver-tne fountain-head of mtny ills -correcting
all disorder!, driving oti . all Impurities, stimu
lating healthy action. The besc Liver Pill',
mildly giving all the benefit sod cone of the dis
comfort of other pills.
More people are killed in tile United
States by an ordinary cyclone than in a
Central American revolnti in or a week of
, Intelligence Column.
- Want a cook
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
wnt ervant gul
Want to sell a firm
Want to sell a houe
W ant to rxchanpe an)tMo
Warn t" fell household gonus
Want to miikeany rt-ai estate loans
Wai.t to s?ll or trade for anything
Want to And cus'omere for anything
US it TUPtK COLUMNS.
-h TAlLY AKOUs DELIVERED AT YOUR
door -v, r. t'Titiit.g lor tc per week.
BOARDER- AM HOOVER WASTED AT
1403 Second avet ue. Call mornings.
I ADIESCAV MAKE f3 DAILY BY FOLDING
IJ and nd. Inspire circular fur us at home. Xo
canra sing; position permanent ; reply with stamp
ncnvclo c, MtSSGKACE PAUL, South Bind,
HEV YOU V
Mil? nrnm i'o rum
mil nfutiLJi) nun
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bihit lb- G-u-ia! KUc-rii-
i-n,paii3 in tleKec
ti it-it" Buili- g, t - Intra
mural Rail v i-quipp d
v ith Gr-: -ral Electric ; m
party's appi atu trieEle.1!
ttic 1 aunc e- tquipn-d
with t-Hu rai El-nic om
P'ii '.- rri'.-t. r- and th Gen
era) E'- uicct-iui'sny's Arc
Lik htiny; Pi i.t ai.d Pow-fr
Qf ri-ratoi in Maehii-ty
John Volk ct co.
SOUSE BUILD EKi;.
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Central Street Railway Co.
1NVITLS Till PCBI.1C TO TME
Picnics and Excursions.
Boatinp, S'witch-baci, Merry ao round, Ferris
nrei, swings. Burros, nc?taurunt ana Atiuu
dance of room.
Special rate for Sunday srhools.
The Elm street cirsand Blue Line from Rock
stand make through councct'ons.
Get Out ol tne Hot City
And take a trip on the Mlesigs'ppi
The Beautiful Steamer
will make regular Wednesday and Snmluy
to different points on the river. Otto'g Orchestra
of 25 Musicians will furnish concott fnd dance
mueic. Tickets rfs cents, children 15 rentu; Clin
ton, UuRcatine and other distant p.inte 50 cents
Steamer under the personal charge cf Captain
McCaffrey. For charter terms address or call on
Gen. Manager tturtis Opera House.
Special to Ladies.
To tuch of the flrxt One Hundred ladies w ho
call at our office on week beginning Monday, luiy
17th, we will present one bott'e of onr new Skin
Lotion. Th"sc Hie not to c rumples but full
sized 4 oz. 50c bottles.
Dr. Springstfen Medicine i'o.
25 Wh i taker Block, Dav nport.
BIG REDUCTIONS on
This is our unloading season.
Shoe Store IE 04 Second avetue
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havinz a tank that cannot be ta- en off
for filling, unless the burners are tlosea.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
, stove having an indicator to show when the
' burners are odl or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
tove I'avinc glass tubes to sbow th: drip
ping of ua-otine when the st vj In ue.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burners ttat cant-cl be opei.ed
farhcr lhan necefstry.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
s'ove having all par s made of material
wh'ch canno'. rist.
1615 and 1617 Record Av-iU'.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nncst brands of dorrestic
and ituiionjd clears. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue,
Summer Clothing, .
Straw Hats, Etc.
Two Special Of
ferings in Ladies
Lot 1 Limit's sher corded,
hemtitched hind erchlefs,
usual price 10c to 15c,
quant ty limited to each
Lot 2 Ladies' sber embroid
rtd han5k rchiefs, usual
pric 15c, for thi ea!e
But three wid be sold to
am one cuocomer.
Commencing at 8 a. m. MONDAY, July 17th.
A Cut in Every Department.
LOT XO. 1 Chenille Table Coyer, fancy dado fringe, for 7e, the
biggest bargain ever offered. Come early, as this
line will not lat long at these prices.
LOT XO. Chenille Covers, fancy, plain, colored, "ioc.
LOT XO. 3 A big line fancy Chenille Covers, (ixt wide, with
fancy fringe, a decided bargain for f 1.78.
OXK (IIJOS S-quart Xew Idea Preserving Kettles at 58c. worth
$1.00. These goods will only be offered for this sale
at this very low price: white enameled inside and
blue outside. Buy now. you will need one of them.
LADIKS" Silk Wait now selling at 3.98 to close out. I will guar
antee that you cannot buv (.f any other dealer for
less than $5.0.
OUU entire line of Lace Curtains at co?t for this week only. Mon
ey is very tight, and we must sacrilice this line to
turn into money., Shrewd buyers will buy now.
F G. YOUJSG, Proprietor.
1728 Second lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
. HORST VON KOECKR1TZ,
Analytic anil Dispensii Pharmacist
I row heated in his tew building at the corner of Fifth aveuuc
and Tentyahird street.
J. J. EoESPIELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
You will find prices accordingly.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothinsr 8tore 1729 Second Avenue.
. n nn
One lot iu tanu. slates and oil
Special atteDt'on is asked when
ycu are in to low prices in
Tab e Linene.
Ladies' i'alico Wrappers,
Wa6h Goods, etc
Tom RoeEK field.
223 Twentieth str.