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THE AimUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, LSU3.
,W IS THE TIME
To Buy That New Carpe;.
i hive the finest line of Brussels, Tipestry, In
grains and Mattings in the threecities.
H,,w about Uetlroora Suites and Parlor Suites? We are hrail
(iiiurters for thee goods. Wc arc slowing a very lino line of
LACK t'UKTAIXS, also our line of CHENILLr. CUHTA1NS
irli never been belter, and don't fail to see our
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CCMH.LTL jTHLTi'U-. ftlUtD.
-; In the world and onlyJJS.OO can be used asi;i cjiiiltinp frame.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes.
Too many summer shoes for :he time of
year. Cheap prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN.
i '. - Ku-Ma. Tan I'lnclii-r's. C'rcdles F ticst Kussia Calf
Were s.r.;i). Now
i' : i , Canvas Oxfords Kid
in,! i!imnii-l. Were '.')
'' : nr Ladies Finest Hand
"., ! ( M'ords. sfjiiare and pie
WYv Nov.L'.ij i.
F.lei;ant SIkk s Hand Turned
Tip and I'lai 1. Were $:?. Now
Ladies 1 in HuimI Turned Ox
ford pat. ii:irter and tip. Were
Lots of Children's Oxfords too
numerous to mention, at jjreatlv
hildren's Tan Shoes reduced.
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island Hons;
ies' Colored Oxfords.
T i -J)aik hueia Fanet ojh-ti. regular p ic J4 00,
low - - - - - 2 75
2. Tan KustLi Juliet opera, regular price $3.00,
T in KiiPHa Jnliet narro square toe r-o,ul ir
pi ice $3 00, now .....
J' Tan Ru f-ian An-f-tU p-ra Iru. tip ? galar
I l ie- ?4 00, m-w - -'T.
. A f ali mj-Ihs of Bi cier anl Pici''i'y 1a-t-, t p
ular juice $1 and $3 5', -,ow
These are our finest goods, ar.d at prices to
suit the times.
SPECIAL LADIES9 DEPOT.
'comi ami Harrison Sts.. Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue.
Try The Akgls want columns.
Fresh oysters Krell & Math'.
Oysters served in any style at Krell
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
Ask your grocer for the Best on
lee cream or oysters at Krell &
Miss Sue Dcnkmann left last even
ing for Boston.
Butterine 15c per pound at II.
Schroeder's market 311, Twentieth
Cut corn waste, suitable for cow
feed, 25 cents per hundred. Try a
loail Hock Island Canning Co. Sears.
Kramer, Bleuer & Co. for job
printing, book binding ami blank
books, 15D.S Second avenue, Kock
Island. Telephone 12S7.
Richmond Terrell has moved his bar
ber shop to 1704 Third avenue, where
he invites all his old patrons as well
as others, to give him a call.
Tea. coffee or chocolate with a line
dish of fresh oysters and a few nice
fresh buns is what makes a rich meal,
and to get the same go to Krell &
Mrs. Fritz Jahn, of Davenport,
committed suicide on Labor day by
drowning herself in a cistern, while
mentally deranged as the result of
Morris Uosenliebl stated to a Mo
line Republican-Journal reporter
yesterday that the wagon works
would be started up either next Mon
day or the following Monday on an
8-hour run. in order to give em
ployment to the largest possible
number of men.
The yellow ears from Lnglewood,
east, take you to the corner of Sixtv
third street and Cottage ("rove ave
nue. The Hotel Deleware is on the
same block. Sixty-fourth street and
Cottage ('rove avenue. (). M. Cur
tis, now in Rock Island, will be glad
to send you circulars for your ad
dress. Never was anything more aptly
stated than the following truism bv
the Des Moines Leader: "People do
their trading where they are invited.
The merchant who takes no pains to
let the public know through the
newspapers what his goods are and
something of the bargains he offers
may expect to have a dull business.
The enterprising merchant secures
the trade by keeping his store before
the people and keeping their interest
awake over his business."
Tin- Ton li Auditors.
The board of auditors of the town
of Rock Islainl met in semi-annual
session at - p. m. on Tuesday at the
city clerk's otlicc. There were pres
ent Supervisor C. Schneider. Justices
H. A. Weld and David Hawes and
Town Clerk A. D. Huesing. After
the proceedings of the last meetini
were lead and approved, billi were
read and allowed in favor of J. II.
Cleland. assessor, and assistance,
fsu .5i: city of Rock Island, elec
tion expenses. $718. :S; Union Print
ing company, publishing annual re
port, iffi: A. D. Huesing, clerk's fees,
$2-1; C. Schneider, one dav's service,
fl. .")'; David Hawes. one dav's ser
vice. l.5-; H. A. Weld, one day's
service. $1.5:1; A. 1). Huesing $1.50.
This is a total of tfI.649.SS.
The following resolution was
Resolved, That the sum of $2,000
be and is hereby authorized to be as
sessed, levied and collected for the
year, A. D.. lriit'5. for town purposes,
and the clerk is directed to certify to
the alove amount of $2,0,K) to the
county clerk of Rock Island county
so that the same be by him extended
on the collection books for said year
agreeable to statute in such case
made and provided.
OI NTV i:i ll.lIN..
4 W.' A. Johnston to W. II. (Jest,
half block 72. Chicago or Lower add.
$5, and William H. Cest to Mary
Johnston, same, $5.
A. T. Drurv to Caroline Smith, sej,
nyvj. !t. IS. 12.
The MimUtii I'.pauty
Thrives on good food r.nd sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in the open
air. Her form glows with health,
and her face blooms yvith its beauty.
If her system needs the cleansing
action of a laxative remedy, she uses
the gentle and pleasant liquid laxa
tive Syrup of Figs.
The Burlington route will sell
round trip tickets, good for 20 days,
on August 22, September 12 and Oc
tober 10, to the cities and farm lands
of the yvest, northwest and south
west, at low rates.
Send the names and addresses of
your friends in the east to the under
signed, and pamphlets will be for
yvarded them, descriptive of yvestern
farm lands. For further information,
maps and time tables, apply to the
Burlington route ticket agent, or to
P. S. Kl'STIS,
Gen. Pass. Agt. C, B. & Q. li. R.,
Home Sekern' KxcurHluiw.
The Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway yvill run three (3)
grand harvest excursions to all
points on its line ' ' -' - n
eluding Iowa Falls, n.io to other
points in the west, nortlnvest, south
Tickets on sale Aug. 22, Sept. 12
and Oct. 10, and are limited good 2-"
days from date of sal;. or furth-r
information call oa or address any
agent of the company or
J. E. Hannegav,
Gen Ticket and Pass. Art.
Joslin, Sept. 3 F. E. Crompton,
Jr., has sold quite a number of pigs
and sboats ana has 12 more pigs for
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Whiteside and
daughter left Joslin on Wednesday
morning last. They take the steamer
for Liverpool on Sept. 16.
Mention one business that has been
benefitted by what is called protec
tion, and I yvill mention a half a
dozen whose success has been inter
fered with, the chief of which is ag
riculture. Why should the democratic party
be held responsible for the condition
of the treasury of tht United States,
when four years ago it went out of
power, leaving a balance in the treas
ury Of $l!):).)O0,000.
The dry weather we have been hav
ing for two months has not only
been hard upon the corn and potato
crops ami pasture, but it will be im
possible to do any fall plowing until
we have some good soaking rains.
The i0-davs' butter contest at the
World's fair is ended. The Jerseys
are ahead by several pounds, but how
much in dollars and cents will not
be known for some time, as the cost
of feeding has not yet been ascer
tained. Recently one of our young farmers
needing some money, took a load of
hay to Moline market. There yvere
quite a number of would-be pur
chasers but. they frankly stated they
had no money and could I ot get any
out of the banks. They offered to
trade watches, jcwclery, buggies,
carriages, harness and numerous
other things for hay ; but money was
out of the question. Our friend
finally sold his load on three yveeks
F. E. Crompton. Jr.. sold 12 shoats
yesterday to a retired Moline butcher
and delivered them four miles south
of Prospect park. The gentleman
who is now in a possition to retire
from business did not have 10 cents
to his name when he came to this
country, an. I is now only 47 years of
age. He has recently purchased a
farm for ftfi.oit i mid "has besides a
nest egg of $10.0:1;). Verily, there is
something to be made at butchering
if a person goes the right way about
Thousands of valuable cows have
been lost from bloat. George M.
Peck, in lfoard's Dairyman, gives the
following as an infallible remedy:
"Get a stick about 18 inches long
and as thick as one's wrist. When a
cow is attacked she should immedi
ately be tied up so that she can be
handled. The stick is then forced
crosswise into her mouth. It is kept
in its place, like a bit in a horse's
mouth, by a cord attached to one
end of the stick and passed over the
neck just behind tho horns and fas
tened to the other end. The cow
will immediately begin to struggle
yvith the tongue to get rid of the
stick, and simultaneously yvill begin
to throw up wind from the stomach.
In 10 to 15 minutes the animal yvill
be well. Before using this reined v
we lost many cattle from bloat.
Now, none are lost."'
Ml'I.Tl M IN PAKVO.
lnv BtYonr itat ge.
A silver quarter is about as much
as some people care to invest in med
icine for immediate use. Spend this
sum for a package of Simmons' Liver
Regulator powder. Its the woman's
friend cures sick headache in the
rig! way, anil quickly, too; just as
good for biliousness.
J or (Ivor Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It.
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures yvind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
Tho women f the old dramas nnd the
old novels are not uioro yvomanly wom
en than the tax paying, self snpportinjj
women of modern life. G. W. Curtis.
HON. Z. AVERY,
One or thi Largest Contractors and Bun o
KRS IN INCBRASRA.
HEART DISEASE 30 YtTARS.
Gka.vd Island, Nib., April 8th, 1S0Z
Dr. Mile Medical Co., Elkhart, Jnd.
CrjrrLimN : I had been troubled with mcatvt
oiocasc roR the last so tcars, nd although I
was treated by able pbyiiciana and tried many
remedies, I grew steadily worse until was com
pletely PROSTRATED AND CONFINED TO MV BCT
WITHOUT ANT MORE Of RECOVERY. I WOtlld tlBV.'
very Lad sink - . k mmt pW.lnTelli!.heij
my pulne" wofTlJ H c Ijuldstopoestiii.f
altocethcr,'' and itwaswii!.
the greatest difficulty that tny circulation cou ii
ck to contdoocmen again. While in this condi
tion I tried your new Heart Cure, and bepi.n
to improve from the first, and now I am able to do
mri iv'a work form man 68 Tears of aire. I eive
Dr Miles- New Hit Core all tho
credit for my recovery. It is overalx months sines
I have taken anv, although I keep a bottle in the
house in case I should need it. I have also used
your nerve and Liver PiLL,i thinks
great deal ol them. Z. Avsav.
Sold on s Fositivo Guarantee.
Dr. MILES' PILLS, 60 Doses 25 Ct-
Sustain Home Industry
Calling for Rock Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, 1.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, h is 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
15e ordered direct from the head offices o Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
BALD HEADS! I
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry, I
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has it a !
lifeless appearance ? Does it fall out when combed or "C
brushed ? Is it full of dandruff? Does your scalp itch ? f
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these are some of
yoursj mptomsbe warned in time oryou will become bald. "C
Skookum Root Hair Grower
li.,.!1' what you need. Its prodaetlnn is not an accident, bnt the remit of adentlfla a?
researc h. Knowledge of the diseases of the hair and scalp led to the dlscov- ar
ery of how to treat them. "Skoofcum "contains neither minerals ooroUs. Its"
. noi , -ve" but delightfully cooling and refreshing Tonic. By stimulating
the follicles, it etopt jailing hair, cunt dandruff and groat Kaironbati
Of Keep the scalp clean, heslthv.and free from irrlTatlng eruption, by s"
the use of atooirum akin aocp. It destroys parasitio wvec, uacA feci on sT
and destroy the hair. m
juur uniiHCKBD,)! suppivyca pfPI CirPCT TO US, Anu we will Torward
prepaid, on recKipt of price. Orowcr, 6UXI per bottle ; 6 for Si.OU. Soap.soc
iir iftr ; A for tlL - r
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., 5
07 South Fifth Avenue, Kew York, N. V. S
5 'il f II
I 17 &1VP UtRC
J. I'y'llirr T-'.
"DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
"- TMAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
Pavin Brick for Sidewalks.
During the month of August the following
cash prices will be made on sidewalk brick de
livered on the street:
No I silewalk biick
No. 2 "
- 8 00
NATIONAL CLAY CO
J. T. DIXOJV
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Tbe thoroii(fh inet action livm at this L. hool is veriQi'd by m re than 1U0 different Banks
usinf tin ir Sti.dcnte.
112 and 114 East Second Strt, DAVPORP, IOWA.
Prepni-loror of the Biaiiy ft: eel
ail !' 'it flow, r eonrtai ti on n n..
One block from Central park, the iarvei t In tows.
UOl Brady street, Davenport, la
C.J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor a-na Builder,
lltl 1183 Feartb avenue. Residence 1119 Fonrth avenue.
Flans and specifications forolthed on all classes of work; also aeent for W liter's PatcDt,'c de
S'idin Blhide.somettalng nsw, stjiieb sad f es'ir&ble.
BOCK ISL&ND ILL