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AUGUS. FHI DA V, JLTLY Jl. ISiKJ.
Freh honey at Priflill & (ileim's.
Yeast foam 8e per package at Fa-
Best salmon lite per can at V:i-
Read lles Bros', list for Sunday
Mandolin eorieert at the Tower to
night. Mand V.in orehestra at the Tower
Best patent Hour $1.05 per sack at
Vine teas and coffees at Driflill Oc
liood sour pickles 25c per gallon at
Silver plated photo frames 3c at
A full line of fresh vegetables at
3hiflill ic Glenn's.
Seventeen (17) pounds granulated
sagnr $1 at Passig's.
A full assortment of home-grown
vegetables at Long's.
Improved extract of root beer 12jc
fCT lxttle at Passig's.
Kead M. & K.'s rebate shoe sale
sd. It will interest you.
Oranges, lemons, bananas and berries-it
Driflill & (ileim's.
Spring chickens to order at Hess
Bro., l!2i Second avenue.
Stop in at Hess Bros', and sec their
display of California fruits.
Blackberries, pears, cucumbers,
tomatoes and Celery at Long's.
M. & K. rebate shoe sale opens to
worcow for one week only, as al
ways. M. & K. are having one of their
famous rebate shoe sales. Opens to
morrow. A full line of California fruits and
Vnie grown vegetables always on
iind at Passig's.
Saturday is the last day that you
an buy those preserving kettles at
ii8c at the Columbia.
Phil M. Wiitson. of Indianapolis, is
Tisuttng at the reidenceof his grand
ttlier.' P. L. Mitchell.
During the M. .v. K. rebate shoe
sale you can buy 2..vi ipiality white
canvass ()f'rds at .;.").
Somet liini: good to eat can be had
(iowen Bros.. Kuropean restaur
ant. No. lsio Second avenue.
Conuneiicing tom orrow and con.
tinning for one week M. fc K. will
'fcave one of tlieir popular reflate shoe
Attend the Bo-ton sab' of Oxfords
mud all summer shoe: prices awav
dtwn and von wont go awav disap
"pointed. City Marshal Henry Y . Scott, of
.South Denver. Col., and family are
making a short visit with his brother
-B this city.
Ladies' wigwams closing out at 5(ic
a mir: Iwtys' at fiOc. Lots of odd
pairs of Oxfords going at your own
price. The Boston.
All of those elegant $: Oxfords go
, ing at 2.50. Creoles were 3. now
t.'.;!5. Big reduction all through the
1wuse.' The Boston.
The leaving time of the Prospect
park special outing train has been
hanged to 7 o'clock at the Harper
.kousc. instead of 7:30.
Mayor M.idill has called a special
aieeting of the city council for to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock to in
spect the grades etc. in the Third
Most everybody has attended the
Tebate shoe sales for w hich the M. &
&. shoe store has become so popular.
This is your opportunity to buy a
Nearly all sizes left in child's and
misses' russet shoes, also Oxfords.
Trices that defy competition. Don't
delay, but secure some of these bar
gains. The Boston.
When you seethe reduced price.-
ia addition to the rebates, you will
eoine to the conclusion that the M
K. are going to supply this com
munity with footwear.
Henrv Nowaek's garden at I'oiirth
avenue and I-'ourth street will be
ovx-n everv Saturday eveiiinr. A
peasant place to spend an evening.
Good music and dancing.
We are going to move summer
Umt wear, and don't you forget it.
Low prices will do it. and there isn't
a summer shoe in the house but what
is a bargain. The Boston.
Messrs. William Nevins and OlolT
Atkinson left yesterday for Ditbiifjue
vn business. Mr. Nevins expecting
also to go on to Waterloo to look af
ter a paving contract before return-
Two lively runaways occurred in
Ivock Island yesterday afternoon,
wie on Second avenue and one on
Third, but no serious results attend
ed cither, though both occasioned
James Cromwell, of Molinc, while
working in one of the buildings at
Buck Island arsenal fell from one
Hoor to another this morning, sus
taining a number of severe bruises,
one of which, on the head, is likely
t produce concussionjof the brain.
He ws conveyed to Moline in a car
XzagC; John Martin, for a long time con
nected with the Kock Island house
sample room, has decided to embark
is business on his own account and
will open np at the corner of First
arenue and Sixteenth street in a
kort time. Lee Pfau, formerly of
4e Harper house, will be Mr. Mar
A horse driven by Ira Biddison be
came unmanageable on Rock Island
street in Davenport yesterday after
noon and dashed irto a freight train
that was passing a ong Fifth street,
and was instantly killed. The driver
e-c:i e l by falling out the rear of the
wagon, a few serat -lies being the e
tent of the injuries.
President Jacks n has called a
special meeting of the Citizens' Im
provement associat ion at the rooms
tomorrow night to take into eonsid-.-oration
a'banquet ft Black Hawk Inn
A number of nienil ers of the associa
tion have suggeste 1 and commended
this social feature, and responding
thereto Mr. Jackson has called the
Tie- King's Daughters have decided
upon furnishing a loom in the Y. M.
('. A. building, and with this end in
iew will give a series of entertain
ments beginning with a lawn fete
next Thursday evening at Mrs. Web
ber's on Klin street Among the nu
merous attractions will be a livpsy
tent, and both vocal and instrumen
Among those who left with the
Turners for Milwaukee last night
were Wii'liam Dressen, Peter Frev,
John Ohlweiler, Homy Ceisler, (ius
taf Schumacker and Kobert Wagner.
The party went o:i a special and
handsomely equipped train of five
cars provided by tl e Kock Island for
the tri-eity Turners. The cars go
through to Milwaukee over the
A handsome trs in load of imple
ments and pumps, from the Hayes
Pump and Planter company at tialva.
will arrive in the citv over the B. I.
& T. Tuesday. July -25. The train
load of implements is for the Pioneer
Implement company, of Council
Bluffs, and will be .vorth a visit to
see. It w ill arrive at 3 p. m. and lay
here until the next morning, going
west on the C, 11. 1. & P.
There was a hot time in Moline
for a couple of hours yesterday
morning when the ce wagons didn't
run. Th j employees of the Twin
City Ice Co. objected. to any of their
ice wages heing held back. It came
time for their wages and they weren't
paid, and .the mi n struck. They
only stayed out a couple of hours.
however, when matters were ar
ranged agreeably ro all concerned
and then the wag mis started and
things began to co 1 off again. No
furt her trouble is expected.
H. C. Cook, of Monmouth, anil one
of the influential ami wide-awade
democrats of Warn n county ami ad
joining counties, is in the city todav.
Mr. Cook was formerly proprietor of
the Keithsburg Nev s. and his part
ner. L. J. Hutehiiis. was owner of
the O.juawka Demo -rat until recent
ly, when both sold out and joined
forces in the pure!) ise and publica
tion of thfWarrcn.Coiiirty Democrat,
w ith the result tha' they have one
of the most siiccess-'ul and popular
papers in this part of the state.
i lituttry .
The infant daughter of John Doll
ami w ife. -10M Sevt nth avenue, died
at any early hour this morning' of
spasms, aged 2 years. Noti'.-e of the
funeral will be given later.
The funeral of he late Samuel
Schooley. the unfortunate man killed
at the Milan paper mill, will be held
from the home in Sears on Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Edward Lindquist, eldest sou of
Mrs. John Lindqi ist, died at his
home in the rear of the Cracker fac
tory at 8:15 o'clock last evening, of
consumption. He had been failing
for a long time, but when able had
been the willing st pport of his wid
owed mother and little brothers and
sisters. His loss v ill be keenly felt
ty them. The fun :ral w ill be" held
at 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon.
An Idyl of the KunshJnc.
The girl was fair. Soft blue her eyes
as the skies, and pink and white her
cheeks as the monnta n peaks at sunrise,
end golden light her hair as the moon
Ah, she was very fair.
Uncrowned save by her tossing tresses,
(she stood facing tin east, and the sun
came and kissed her.
Kiissed her long and lovingly.
Her mother saw her there and called
'Let me linger here, dear mother."
pleaded the fair beii g. "The air is so
pwtct. tke fragrance of the flowers so
rich. The skies above me are so tenderly
blue. ;;nd. mot In v d ar. I fel as it I
vere ;i Ikvle iu ;i st inding here in the
glorious r i .'ii of the --ii!:."
The inot.r.T ipp'-;;red at the door.
'"Fudge:" tihe exclaimed. '"Yon ought
to have ..se enough to come in out of
that snrt of a reign. Don't you know
you'll lo freckledwer.se than a turkey
And !i( heavy black cloud rose up and
ewiped the sun across the face. Detroit
A Ilopelesn Cnc.
Lady What is th matter with my
Doctor I cannot lie sure yet. Have
you noticed him doing anything unusual
"Let me see. Well, last evening in
stead of lighting1 his cigar the moment
he left the table, he walked into the
library and put on his smoking jacket,
smoking cap and slirpers before begin
ning to smoke."
"Hum! My, my!"
"And later on, whe a he wrote a letter,
he wiped the pen on a penwiper."
"Horrors! It's paresis!" New York
At lieu liro.
For Sunday dinner select from the
following list and telephone early to
Peaches, Musk melons,
Apricots, Black raspberries,
Watermelons, California plums.
Children Over Six liaudred Years Ago.
Somebody lias unearthed a book writ
ten by Bartholomew Anglicus about
1200, of which one of the most amusing
chapters is on the children of his day.
Of these he writes: "They dread no
perils more than beating with a rod, and
they love an apple more than gold and
make more sorrow and woo for the loss
of an apple than for the loss of a heri
tage. They desire all that they see and
pray and ask with voice and with hand.
They keep no counsel, but they tell all
that they hear and see. Suddenly they
laugh, and suddenly they weep. Always
they cry and jangle and jape; that un
neth they be still while they sleep. When
they be washed of filth, anon they defile
themselves again. When their mother
washeth and combeth them, they kick
and "sprawl and put with feet and. with
hands, and withstand with all their
might." All of which sounds very mod
ern and up to date.
Ill PeLint the ch "pes'
UUAt Strictly Wre
White Lead is best; properly applied
it will not scale, chip, chalk, or rub
off; it f.m!y achres to the wooo and
forms a pcrmanir.t base for repainting.
Paints which peel or scale have to be
removed by scraping or burning before
satisfactory repainting can be done.
When buying it is important to obtain
properly made. Time has proven that
white lead made by the "Old Dutch"
process of slow ccrrosion possesses
qualities that car.net be obtained by
any other method cf manufacture. This
process consumes four to six months
time, and produces tha brands that
have given White Lead its character
as the standard paint.
"Southern" "Red Seal"
are standard brands of strictly pure
Lead made by the " Old Dutch " pro
cess. You get the best in buying them.
Ypu can produce any desired color by
tinting these brands of white lead with
National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead '
For Bale by the most reliable dealers in Paints
If you are goint; to paint, it will pay you to
send to us for a book containing information
that may save you many a dollar ; it will
snly cost you a posta! card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, New Tort
State and Fiftcentn Streets.
Central Street Railway Co.
INVITK-THE rci;l.li: TO TsE
Picnics and Excursions.
Routine Switch-h ic'. Merry- bo round, Ferris
Wheel, hwiitr. Burro. KeTaurant and Abun
dance of room.
Special rates fur Suniay seho')!!.
Thr Elm street ciuud Bins Line from Rock
stand make through connections.
Get Out of the Hot City
An 1 take a trip on Ilia .MiHsiss'ppi.
The lieautiful Steamer
" Charlotte Hoeckeler
will make regular Wednesday and Si. u. lay
to different points on the river. Otm's Orchestra
of 45 Musician will furnish concert snd dncc
music. Tiekeis i" cents, children IS cents: Clin
ton, Muscatine ami other distant pcinta nU cents
Steamer under the pernor al charce i.f Captain
McCullrey. For charter tern 5 address cr cail on
CHAS. T. KINDT,
tiiin. Maniser Burtis Opera Homo.
Special to Ladies.
To each of tin: llrst One Hundrcl ladir? who
rail at our oftk'c on week beginum.; Monday, luiy
17th, we will present otif liott'c of our new Skin
Lotion. Trine aiu not to le tn in pics but full
sized 4 oz. 50c boules.
Dr. Sprinptfii Mediane Co.
J5 Whitakvr Block, l)av nport.
Commencing Saturday, July 22. Ending Saturday, July 29.
Everyone is familiar with our Famous Rebate Shoe Sales, which have been the means of adding
prominence to our shoe store. In addition to the many reductions in price we shall for one week
pive the following:
Those who have attended these
sales (and most everyone has)
know their meaning. Many of
our patrons buy a supply to last
from one sale to the next.
Shoe Store 104 Second
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THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
Move httvinc a tank that cannot be tat on c'ff
for fillint;: nnless the burners are cl.ea.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
flove havine an indicator to sfcow whin the
1 ii mere are oihl 07 clofod.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
htovc havinz L'iass tutH to show the drip
pirs of olinu when the st ve in use.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove bavin? bnrner tl at ca Let be opened
for her than neCefSiry.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
'mv having nil par's made of material
which canno'. r St.
1615 mifi 1617 coi 1 Awmi-.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the bnet brands of dorrcetic
and imported cicar. All brand 1 tobacco.
The score of all the ball gamua wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop..
1S08 Second Avenue.
0c rebate on all shoes from $450 upward
40c " " " 3.25 to $4.00
30c " " ' " ! 2.25 to 3.00
20c " " " 1.25 to 2.00
10c " " .50 to 1.00
Positively for! One Week Only.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
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TWO SPECIAL OFFERINGS.
Lot 1 Ladies' shei-T cord-d,
btmrtitclied hand -rchlsfs,
usual price l'c 'o 15c,
quant ty limited tt eicli
Lor 2 'aiies' efier embroid
ned handkerchiefs, usual
pric 15c, for this tale
Bat three wi I be sold to
ft'v ore cutiiiier.
Commencing at 8 a. m. MONDAY, July 17th.
A Cut in Every Department.
EOT NO. 1 Chenille Tal.lo Coyer, fancy dado fringe, for 7e. the
bijre.-t bargain ever offered. Come early, us thi
line w ill not la?t lon at these prices.
LOT NO. -.'Chenille Covers, fancy, plain, colored, I'oc.
LOT N" A hix line fancy Chenille Covers, 6x1 wide, with
fancy fringe, a decided bargain for 1.7.
ONE (iKOSS s-ipiart New Idea Preserving Kettles at oc. worth
1.. These rol.s will only be offered for this sale
at this very low price: white enameled in-ide and
blue out-ide. Kiiy now, you will need one of them.
LADIES" Silk Wait now selling; at to close out. I will guar
antee that you cannot buy of any other dealer for
less than 5.ii.
Ol'Ii entire line of Lace Curtains at cost for this week only. Mon
ey is very tijrht, and we must sacrifice this" line to
turn into money. Shrewd buyers will buy now.
F G. YOUSG, Propri-ro?.
1728 Second At.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispsii Pharmacist
Is row oct ,1 in his ce tmil.iine at the corner of Fifth aveuue
nd Twenty, third street.
J. F. Eosesfield.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing-
P.BBB RRRF; iko sss
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I Ladies' Silk Gloves.
lot in tans, slates and oil
Special atteut'o'- is askr-d when
ycu are in to low prices in
Ladir-s' Calico Wiappers,
- Waeh Goods, etc.
MP INURE BROS.
1709 and 17c 9 Second avenue
223 Twentieth str.
None before Saturday, July Tl
None after Saturday," July 22.
Do not miss it. And do" r.' '
blame us if you fail to attend
Store 1729 Second Avenue.