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THE AUG US, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 18JKJ.
Try The Ak;is want column.
Fresh n ters at Krell & Math's.
Underwear week at Mclntire Bros.
, -Si r. rkins" at the theatre tonight.
J. W. Krell is home from the fair.
Ovsters served in anvstvleat Krell
Oyster bv the can or dish at Krell
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
Lat week of crockery sale at the
Go to J. B. Zimmer for your fall
suit or overcoat.
Rosette, the harpist, went to Chi
cago last evening.
Burton's '-Si Perkins" company at
the theatre tonight.
Wanted A second girl. Apply at
702 Twentieth street.
Plum, peaches, pears and fancy
crab apples at Long's.
A nice house of seven room for
rent at 1115 Third avenue.
Buv your crockery at bankrupt
price, a' the Iosley store.
or Sale A rood work horse. Ap
ply at George W. Aster A: Co's.
Kes;ock your pantry ly Imying
pantry stuff, at II09 Second avenue.
The Cleniencean Case" company
spent Sunday at the Rock Island
For Sale A tine driving pony,
well broke and perfectly safe for
lady to drive.
Head your own Ak;is. If you
don't take one, you should. Don't
you think so?
You will miss it if you do not call
and examine J. B. Zinimer's elegant
line of fall suitings.
Remember the entertainment at
llic Y. M. C. A. Thursday eveiig.
Supper from 6 to for 2.V.
J. B. Zimmer carries double the
stock of any merchant tailor in t lie
city. Call and see for yourself.
Lost Ladies' gold watch, between
Milan ai:d Dickson grave yard; tind
er will be rewarded at this oflice.
Mrs. Frank Broiigh and Miss Helen
ileusing went up to C linton Satur
day evening for a few day's visit.
' J. B. Zimmer. the merchant tailor,
das this season a finer and a larger
assortment of fall goods than ever.
J. V'. Milliman ami wife of Roch
ester. N. Y., left for home this morn
ing after a pleasant visit with H. A.
The --Si Perkins" granger band
gave an unique exhibition, entertain
ment and parade on the streets at
Mclntire Bros, tell you about great
values in ladies', gentlemen's and
children's underwear they are show
ing this week.
Mrs. H. C. Connelly gives a recep
tion, tomorrow evening in honor of her
daughter, Mrs. Mctiavren, of Miss
ouri Valley, Iowa.
M. W. Willcy and family leave for
Aleiln this afternoon, where they in
tend t. take in the county fair, which
will !: held this week.
Tbe great Washington Park Tnt-
ling meeting terminated Saturday.
It wns one of the grandest sporting
ever.ts i f its kind ever held.
Mrs. Amelia Hugg, of Cincinnati,
is in the city, called hither on the
bad mis-ion of attending her late
son's. Albert Hugg's, funeral.
Dr. (i. E. , Mitchell and Louis
Mitchell, oi Haveril, Mass.. are the
gnets of P. L. Mitchell. They are
conuect'-d with the Haveril Bulletin.
Tea, coffee or chocolate with a fine
dish of fresh oysters and a few nice
fresh buns is what makes a rich meal,
and to get the same go to Krell &
Winslow Howard leaves tomor
row morning for the gas belts of In
diana to look up a location. Having
determined upon that, he w ill return
for his family.
The funeral of the late Albert
Hugg was held at the Christian
chapel yesterday morning under the
auspices of the Iron Molders' union,
Rev. T. W. Grafton officiating.
Tbe C R. I. & P. railroad compa
ny h:is begun the work of widening
the piers of the slough railroad
bridge for the purpose of putting a
double track across to the island.
The largest car load of bedroom
suites ever brought to this city is
now being unpacked at Cleniann &
Salniaun's. and now is the time to
bu vat a barga n that will astonish
It will pay ymi to visit the carpet
department of CI maun i'i Salman n.
whe;c can be seen the largest line in
the west of all the best glades made,
in- fall stock is now in at Clcmann
" Xe saw mill boys" dance given
Sa T,.!uy evening at Roche's hall
was a success financially and social
ly, about 7." couples being present.
Supper was served in the nail by Joe
ehroedt r of the Crown restaurant.
physit ian wishing exclusive
office practice, on salary, can obtain
the same by applying to Scott Medi
cal institute, 221 Brady street, oh
Wednesday, Sept. 20. A young, live
man wanted. Correspondence pri
vate. The contract for the construction
of the Drury toll road ,was awarded
at Muscatine, Saturday, to the Ed
wards & Walsh CofTstruction company
for (13.38.. 14. exclusive of two
' hridgoH. The work will he eom-
i meneed this fall.
i At the Uomc of hirf parents, Mr.
i ud Mrs. Jacob Autonv, 8H Third
avenue, at 8 o'ele- k this morning,
George Antony diel of typhoid fever.
He was a single man and in his 30th
year. The funera. will oecur Wed
nesday afternoon it; charge of Camp
29, M: W. A.
Messrs. Morris Koscnfield and C.
H. Deere are bad? from a business
trip to Chicago. While there they
inspeted the new Lake street ele
vated railroad, in which they are
largely interested, 'vith other bond
holders. Mr. Roseutield returned to
Chicago this mornir g.
For all trains tomorrow and the
morning train Wednesday, the Rock
Island offers a round trip rale to
Chicago of 5.02. j.-ood and return
until Sept. 26, on account of the
Iowa .lay festivities at the fair. A
special w ill go through Rock Island
tomorrow afternoon atil o'clock.
Cleniann & Salz nann have pur
chased a ear load of tine chamber
suites at spot cash from a manufac
turer who was pushed for money,
which tells the story that they were
bought at half the isual prices, and
the tirm are going to give the people
the benefit of the wc nderful bargain.
First come first servid.
Dr. W. W. Adam-, who recently
removed to Rock Is and from Cali
fornia, has purchased his former
practice at Atkinsot . 111., and will
remove there at once Brief as lias
been the doctor's residence in Rock
Island, he and his family have made
many friends here who regret ex
ceedingly his determination to locate
S. H. Velie state"! Saturday that
the plow departments of Deere & Co.
would start up n oderately this
morning. Mr. Velie thinks that the
panic is over, though of course the
normal state of things can be re
sumed but gradually. There is rea
son to believe that in a few weeks
conditions will be quite different in
Moline from what they have Wen
during the dull times.
Alex Allardvce, a piano tuner from
Chica go. will be in Rock Island on
the first Monday in ?ach month in
the future. He has been coming
here at stated periods for the last
three years, and has - fine trade es
tablished. Parlies requiring piano
tuning or repairing cm leave orders
at Woodyatt's music house. He cau
furnish the best of leferences from
our own citizens as well as others.
I.ni ul Wot-Ill' Fair Visitors.
D. Roy Bowlby left Saturday even
for the fair.
Mrs. J. R. Johnstot left for Chica
go yesterday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Krell left for
the fair .Saturday night.
William Passig has gone to Chica
go to take in the fair.
Mr. and Mrs Louis Xohn departed
for Chicago yesterday morning.
Claude Arnold and James Wright
left on Saturday evening for the fair.
Judge Searle and wife returned
last evening from a p easant visit in
F. A. Head and Dr. G. L. Eystcr
returned from Chicago Saturday
Rev. T. W. Grafton and wife left
this morning for a week at the
Klver Itipli In.
The Weyerhauser h;.s laid up for
The C. W. Cowles c:ime down with
eight strings of logs.
The temperature on the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 74: the stage
of water was l.oil.
The Verne Swain and Jo Long
came down and the Isiac Staples, Jo
Long, C. W. Cowles an 1 Verne Swain
Peach b.-iskets in a fev weeks will be
come a nuisance to be go; rid of as quick
ly as possible. Just mw they are in
great demand, and huge trees are being
gnawed up by the insatiable machine"
that are being run to th-nr full capacity
in the making of them. The woocTused
is poplar, gum and sycamore, and occa
sionally birch, and costs fl a cord stand
ing in the forest. The 1 ree is cut down
and sawed into short l sngths, and the
logs are then plunged i ito a hot water
bath, where they stay 2 1 hours. Then
they are taken out. the bark stripped off,
and the wood split by ct.rious machines
into veneering thicknesses, which are
then run through various other compli
cated machines until t'u y emerge com
pleted fruit baskets. The men who
make them are paid a eel t a basket, and
if expert they turn out 2.'0 a day. When
the basket is finished, it is still damp
from its hot bath, and it is dried thor
oughly before shipping to prevent mil
dew. New York Times.
A (.'upside Drill I. cord.
In j:ist 25 seconds frot l the time they
were plunged iuto the w. iter and their
boat lay keel up the crew of the Evans
ton life saving station w; s seated again
at the oars.. Yesterday m ruing the crew
gave its anuual exhibition capsize drill
off the Evauston station, and abont 800
spectators upon the piers and breakwa
ters and along the shore watched "the
men as they overturned the boat and
righted it again. Four times was it cap
sized at intervals of seven 1 minutes, and
the time of righting it aj. ain varied not
more thun three or four seconds. The
boat used was 18 feet long, with an eigh4,
foot beam, aud weighs 1,5 )0 Jiounds. It
is a surfboat and is a i tlf bailer. It
took about 05 seconds to right the boat
when the crew first learu 3d. The crew
Is composed of students of Northwesterr
university. Chicago Tribine.
I. . o. r. No. lit, Attention!
All members ore reqi ested to at
tend regular meeting on Monday
evening, Sept. 18. Business of im
portance to be transude L By order
of lodge. T. A. Johnston, Sec.
J E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday Night, Sept. 18th.
SAM J. BURTON and the Charming
Comedian, MISS LILL1F.
COLEMAN" m the new
A Supurb Scenic Production.
A Hip, Hurrah, Hilarious
A Roaring, Kou-lng, Rally of Fan,
Laughter anl Yell.
Price - 23f , 50c and 7oc
VHEN' YOU V IV
W BBLJ'S FAIR
Do ii-it Jcrgt t-, n-e Li- x
Li bit o' th- G-n-ial Klrc-
ir iJompny iu tbe E'tc
tiicitv Building, t Intra
mural Railway tquipp-d
with Get era 1 Electric Com
pany's ;ipp atu, the Elec
tric Launc e$ -quippd
with (.Jen rat El-cuic Com
pany's m t're and th-General
E'-t uic company's Arc
Liehtiris; Pi tot and Power
Generator in Machinery
Washes every thing from a fine
silk hanrikerchie to a circui
teut; Lace curtain e a specialty
No. 124 THIRD AVK
A. M. & L.M. PARKER,
TVlHi-bone Nn 1214
Black Hawk -
Vnder ibe mii sjinitnl of
C11AS. T. KINDT.
Attractions every evening and Sunday after
Band Concerts. Welccclay. Fridays and Sun
days. Elv.cant mcili at all honrp at 35c, 50c and 75c
Orcii-r by Tek-.hone So. Vila.
gnUerlD; from ailacnts pccular to their rex can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cape a. Book giving
fall particular mailed free. Addres: ttoom 5
Whitaker Block. Davenport.
Great Sale of
for the next TEN .DAYS at very
low prices. Call and gee them.
FAVDBITli GAS STOVES,
all sizes. For economy and labor-saving
there is no fuel to
equal a Oas stove.
Ice Cream Freezers.
1615 and 1617 Secor d dvi-ime.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nnert brands of dimeptir
and imporvd cii'ara. All brands t tohncco.
The score of all tbe ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
108 Second Avenne.
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Special Good Values.
Heavy Ribbed Vests and Drawers,
Heavy Ribbed Vests and Drawers,
Egyptian yarn, the best you
ever bought at the price, .
Gents Natural Wool, usual $1.25
quality, for this sale vest and
Special Good Valu
CHILD'S GREY NATL HA
VESTS, PANTALETTKS AM,
Size 22 ""
We think the above an- Up
values in children's iindi rv, -ir i
three cities and believe y.u
When you call wo will ti ll v u ;,
our new Dress Goods. Ii'.ai.
Hosiery, etc., etc.
1709 and 17u9 J Second avenu-
HE LAST WEEK
-OF 1 HE
At Loosley s Old Stand.
All goods marked cheaper than ever.
FFANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aeil Ipsii Pharmacist
I? row l-'C&itd in bi"oi-w buildine at the corner of Iif'.h aveuue
nd Twenty, third street.
J. V. Eoi:sriELi. Tom UosEsrina
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Ileatinj and Sanitary Plumbing.
223 Twentieth str.
We open the season with
Elegant Goods and
We arc prepared f
as we have always !
the rizht thin
One of ihi first impoi taut lessons to learn about Boys' ClcthiDg- is tbat leliabie fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable Drices, are by far more satisfying to purchasers than are the imny inferior grades at a less price.
Try our Fence Climbers Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meritonous knee and long pante sui's for boys of ali ages, made to order, bearing oar label and
sold with our guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready made, yet, in style and service they are decidedly better.
Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
The former are our chief indutt-ments, the latter abound everywhere.
We ask nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if th best is good enough, then come and get it.
There is no room for improvement in the 6tyle, quality or price we aie off-ring.
All new goods. Ne t an old elyle.
Shoe Btore 1S04 Second arenne
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothine 8tore 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.