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THE AUGUS. TUESDAY', SEPTEMBER iC. 1S)3.
Try 1 UK AKii want -.? u bib.
.rr 'a;t r 19 cent. at Dollv Bro'.
Go4 niorniojr. Jack Frost, how
ee Io'lv Bro. 3 d-rV shw.
Jt a Jfauty.
Frank Taylor left for M. Je, Mo.,
-Cap" Corcoran is back from the
fair as t-reery a ever.
Everything in new MvJ and color
a rlve at Bennett..
Everything ihe latest in fur capes (
sod coat at BennettV
The Holden Co ued y Co. opened a
f"tir-ci:hts eDjrasement at Harper
theatre last evening to a crowded
h-.-se, with the n?ational comedy
drama entitlel Hoy, the Waif."
The company on tl e w hole i a strong
one. the piece being well rendered.
Mi Kitty le ltrnse a Rosy, de
serve particular praise, captivating
the audience with her several ongs.
one epecia!!y whs title might he
called '-Otto" Herlert Get the Mit
ten." She waab y assi-ud by Har
rv Jsekjn a --Dick Garrett" and
Harry M. Ho'den a -Robert Lau
erence." The con pany introduced a
new feature between the act, in-
om eanhnd just what you waat , work, of hich the nuar.
lerwear at the M. Ac K. !.;.. .., .- , ' ,i.
Go to Rosentield Bros., for plumb- Tonight thev p'r v True to the
sag, steam and hot water heating. Core"
Supervisor Martin N boocmaker of
RpvnoJds, a in the citv todav on
K-v. Jhn H. Kerr wiJI conduct
jervice at the Aik-n -treet chapel at
ZJfr) this evening.
CJimb into or.e of M. A: K. . nobby
vercoat and 1-e in the win: they
aave the dandy line.
Mr-. Frank B.-ouirh and M:s- Helen : n
5Jmirig ri-tnrned ye-terday
fi.Yaarit iit at Clinton.
Lieut. J'jhn L. Sehon. h as
transferred from Fort Assiniboine,
Mont., to Kock Is'.f nd arsenal a year
ago, ha been ord red back to his
old pot. Mr. and Mrs. Sehn have
made many friend during their
short residence here, who will sin
cerely regret their departure from our
:. lhev ha e s.hippe.1 their
from a j household effects to Montana, and
iduriiL' the remaim er of their tav in
W. H. Stwl.
rirei in th'- i
f Wichita. Kan., ar-
! R. k I-lan.i !e
nd Mrs. H.-nrv
ti'-it t- old frN-nds.
The coi l weather i- C'Tiiin. and
Sf-nrji tt. the giove and fr.r man. ha ;
i !sr'r'-r to" k than ever.
1 ehon ha- n
"eave A a'.er.oe.
tlie gue-t of
grantfl a month""
If v.im can't rind what vu
lbcr "t.iri-s in the wav f
fur-, go tl Benni-tti he ha t.'n-iu.
M. M. "t-;rge..n ha 1-i-ti caiii-d t,
irin gfii-! I an l K. W. Htir-t ha
islkt r. h: i. !: ! ut t -ie :rm-t
A nri rl".
Milan. .-pt. go. (juite a number
f Young ifcii!.' a' led ui.n Mi-
Th M.irihatt.iii cjub gii
tii- exhibition tonight.
several :n'ereting e i n t -
The tru. l on tin- K . k I-iand
fcri'l''"- f-Nrliv a-: N"rth. f't.
ant at voun- i-o.,:.. , ailed
vi -an-i v,t ".;-.in r.n .1-, i-v.t..i- n t
immin. on aturiay evening and
tender-. 1 L-r a i-.rprie. she was
j.re-ented with mar y beautiful pres
ent from some of inr most intimate
J friend-. Mrs. immon prepared a
atlj. J deiifi'Oi -upper, "o which all did
Th!-ri- are just;.!-. Afti-r spea.ling a pieasant
t,. evening a.: returned home
that tln v had a nice time.
ere ! t:.-re.
! r ra 'rtt
-Jt; t. am-. 71": -outb. f "t. "l.: . , , ,
.i-ani-. 7VJ. i " Adam. th advance
ii , i . " r -vn'irew Uiera c
. . . . . . . . ,. i .ui..'-i.-i ;n i ange:nent- ia-l nignt
,. , . . . , - , . " st- laul io Ige. Knight- f
edi!-al tr-atn.i-i)t. an-J is much iu-.p,.,i: , . "
... ... jlvth;:. to gite an entertainment
,'r"u"J :n ''"' here next Mondat evening under
t .en -at ion i- a'o-.t to be .level- tin ir r.'.-p:. i-. Audrain"" c-iic
toe,! wherein a dom.-stic i- aU.ut toc-i--ra -Th- Mascot will be nn-
f.reir-r M-riou charge, against a Kofk ' der.-d. and th- repu atioi, of the c.-m-
lsl.it. 1 young man. j pany should be suf) eient to till Har-
M. & K. are Laving a big run .n ' l'T' theatr- n the evi-ning in que
-hoe the new- -tyi.-s -i-eni to meet j - ion .
ita the approval and pleasure of
he iadie. IIav- von een them5
Amy as Mabel'k fiance rincs the bell)
Mr. Ilutiter ritrs as though be knew he
M!l-Ye. He has a rtirular engage
ment ring. Detroit Free Press.
Be Had Uii Feara.
I dua't want to meet him. I owe him
"Is it more than you can pay?"
"I'm afraid so. I owe him a thrashing."
IT'S RATHER TOO MUCH FOR TOC
the ordinary, bulky
pilL Too big to take,
and too much disturb
ance for your poor y
tem. The smallest,
eaaet to take, and best
are It. I ierce"s Pleas
ant I'c-Uets. They leave
out all tue disturtance,
bnt yet do tou mora
go ii Tbeir belp lotl a
Conrt .jaaon. lndipea
tjrtn. Biiics Attacks.
,S;-k or Bibnus Head-
act:!', and all derange-
merts of the liver.
tomach. and bcweU are preTentl. relieved,
and permanently car!. Tbey're guaran
teed to pive sat"isiatia, or your mocey it
If you're fuffi-ring from
C.-.i.-.rrii. the proprietors
i f lx-tor S.-tpe's Catarrh
Ilenicdv ak you to trv
their medii ine. Then, if j
yo.: cant r-e cureo. mey u:
jiay you la casO.
Great Sale of
for the next TEX DAYS at Yery
low prices. Call and see them.
favobitb u&s mm,
all ize. or economy and labor-saving
there is no fuel to
evjual a (las stove.
KK ou IN NEED?
w-ti a enfjk
w r s jrtT
Wnt a -icaTloa
Wnt to rent pxo!
W 6t m sn-xjt p-rl
Wr.: to a frra
W"rt lo il a bnue
W,t to xchrpe nttiajr
Ws To oiake ny rietie l-r;
War t to -.! r irce for sr.j-toini
Wct to flpd cu'omr for scvthin;
rHK daily akgi s dslivered at tour
door ei r fi!'tp 'or ll-r pr wttk.
-A. iii ii seme ii ts.
J E. Montrose. Mu-fi:.
Ice Cream Freezers.
1615 and 1617 Secot d .ivr-ijue.
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Special Good Values.
Heavy Rihbetl Vest an.l Drawer,
Heavy Ribbcl Vei-t anil Drawers.
Egyptian yarn, the best you
ever IxMijjht at the price.
j Gents" Natural Wot.!. uual $l.'2o
quality, for this sale vest and
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
John Kfei?y. the ..ular tonorial
A I'at nt
We have .-everal time- inenlioneil
irtist. Mt 1r Chicago thi- mr.rnin- I "-'-ayor wa' 'TCisin?
where he ha accepted a po-ition fn ? 'n', n,iiVv on a V lmf attachment
ioni' aro brouht hi - idea to a focus.
one r,f Chicago" largest barber sho
Henry H-ensburf r and family.!
no have ln-en niaVin' an extended I
Tisit ro Mr. and Mr. Henrv Hur-
ii-it irniav wr meir rionie in
Tew pie liuford ami I.. M. Hidden
and dauht-r of Vancouver, Wash.,
arc at the Kok Island house. Mr.
iluford is a son of (li-n. N. B. Huford,
ir;d or.!- of the early resident f.f Kock
The funeral of the !at.- Matthias
an-1 at :a-t he has been granted a
patent. The a dvantijreof hi m w de
vice i that it pumps water and a
simultaneously, thereby bein a
preat time saer. 1 here may not be
'million in it," aut Mr. Car-e.
nevertheless, thinks he has -r good
thin". . - t.
Volk, which occur- at o'clock t
m or row afternoon, will be conducted
by John Iiuford e).t No. i. A.
R.. of which order decea-od was a
Societii -. -Of-i.il c luli-. -oci!-t peo
r.le inil nil j.tln-rs, can lind the most
artistic novelties in invitation bail
programs, calling card, etc., etc.,
at Kramer. Illeui-r V Co'-, Sec
"""Mr. and Mr. James Sniedley of
Sw York City, are the quests of W.
J. Kerr and w ife. They w ere former
residents of this city and Davenport,
and have many old friends who will
be pleased to meet them.
Messrs. T. H. Thomas and George
Price left for Chicago last nijrht on a
few day' night seeing. Charlie Rat
tiest" familiar face will !, seen at
Thomas' drng store during the pro
prietor's absence, while Will Rattles
will look after his brother's store at
The frost of Monday morning was
succeeded by a heavier one todav,
which did considerable damago to
vegetation. Mich weal her :ia we
have hecii experiencing during the
past few djiy is ery unusual for
September, and it may get no colder
for a month.
County SuperinU-mlent Marshall
ha word from Prof. T. J. Rurrill,
regent of the University of Illinois,
that the Hock Islam! county honora
ry scholarship has been awarded to
William Sehacht. a graduate of the
Moline High school. There were
two candidates at the Iat competi
tive examination, and Mr. Schaht's
general average was 90.
Liquid- i,cru Mta:,
If we Ix ar i;i i.-.Uid t ie whole mechan-i-m
of di-'f -lioji, it w ill rea.iilv be ren
j that in caws of -weal ness or want of
, tone on the p art of th muscles f.f the
j stomach. w ii n tvtry part f f the fil
! cannot U- projirrly prented to the ac
j tion of tb- dilutive y. -. the ihipkIuc
tion into to- ..xim- ,f uio.-r;iT
, amotint f v.-at-r uia r.f i.o s'.i-i.t
j benefit. The laa.-s of food will r-con.e
mure piiame ami w, more eariiy operated
nin by the weakenwl i.,ti;es. Youth's
FOUR NK,H'1. Commencing
Monday N ghr, Sept. 25th.
The Ms. , t Attraction.
HOU)EN" Comedy Co.,
Ic a r;jotoirp of . I rr p'stj. S,ngiLti
i'.t-UAi .l'jtii ice !,:e4i
'true to the Core,'
By Harry Jack-on.
X. IS. Dont fnil to h-r Bolden' Mtfcot e
fjumrret; id qa&neite :DCJr.p. solo-, due'r. etc
EXTRA. EXTRA. Motidmv t.:;h- Kjc tril! d
cil one enl.tmn Mid or wo iid er.
I ec-rved st:g on file ia'.nrdsjr nornicg tt
Frices 10. SO ind SO cLU.
Th Name of Ktelibm.
Tlie Stehbina family is fairly nnmer
on. It is uot now a clawiic name. Its
owners wear it ignorantly. More the
hhatiiH for theui. It is by right a clasaic
name, borne a it was by the first o?
Christian martyrs St. Steven, some
times spelled Stephen. Steven is the
Dutch way of spelling it. Spell it in
Spanish Esteban. Drop the initial si
lent e and then you have Steban. Among
the ignorant the step to Stebbina is very
abort. And the honorable name of St.
Steven takes on degradation, even as the
fine old Norman-French name D'An
baine becomes the homely Dobbins.
The Irene D. and Verne Swain
w-e- t down and up, and the Cyclone
df..n and Dan Thayer and Mountain
Belle, np. The btage of water at noon
was .86 and the temperature CO.
Strictly f;ram natiritl.
A London gentleman advertised for apart
ments at a fashionable -atering place and
received many replies. He pitched upon
one, chit-fly because it mentioned a splen
did sea view, and as it was not convenient
for Lim to leave bis bcsiDess to see the
apartments he closed the offer by post, send
ing a substantial deposit.
When the time came t r him to take his
holiday, he doly arrived at his destination
and was surprised that not a glimpse of
the sea was obtainable Irom any window
of his apartments.
'"I thought you said thi re was a splendid
sea view," be said angrily to the landlady.
"So there in, sir," replied the landlady,
drawing his attention to a picture on the
wall a really excellent painting of the
"Why. you er er V"hat do you mean
by such a swindle?'' trasped the pentleni in.
"I meant a view of the re d sea."
"Oh, did you, sir?" coo ly said the laud
lady. "If you will refer o my let ter, you
will see that I distinctly stated there was a
splendid sea view 'in' the drawing rKm.
Had I meant a view of th real sea I should
have said there was a fpleudid sea view
from' the drawing room. I cannot think
how an educated gent!e:nan, as you evi
dently are, could have male such an egre
The gentleman was so t -tken aback that
he wu not equal to arguhig the point and
rushed out of the house, minus his sub
stantial deposit. Tit-Bits
Oiiaranttne Against lljrdophobia.
WILLI AMsltriiG, Ills., Sept. 25. Quar
antine has been declared against the farm
ef Joseph Dumond. Sore time ago a
rabid dog bit some cattle belonging to Mr.
Dumond, and now every ;iead of stock on
the place is affected wit h rabies and a
number have died.
Couldn't Say lel nitely.
"Do you take this man f ir better or for
worse?" asked the miiiist r.
"I can't tell until I have had him for a
little while," returned the bride. Harper's
"Hello, Bingley, how did the doctor sno
ceed in breaking up your fi ver?"
"Oh, easy enough; he pn sen ted his bill,
and I had a chill iu 15 min ites." Chicago
To cure nervousness your nerves
must be fed by pure Hood. Hood's
Sarsaparilla makes pur3 blood. Take
1'ndi.r tl.f mil at! m n of
CHAS:. T. KINDT.
AIT-irkm? t-ve-y ev-n!r.g and SunJav aftt-r-rinoti
flan'l Concert. Wedcesdars. Fr dsTs nd Sao
dv. t!jant me. If at ail hour t 35c. 50c sod c.
Orcrr by Telephone No. lisn.
fnstrnienis sild oM ia$y,
n'm r.a) nirtt?. Violins
and accrf-on at half
S15 Stcord Av
Special Good Values.
CHILD'S GKLY Nati ka
VEST. TANTALtTTL- A;. v
We think the abo-.- :,r
value- in children's un ! : . . ,-j-three
cities and bt ';. v.- -, ;
When you call v w'. -.
our new Dress ;.. , '. ,
1709 and 1709J Secon-i avrL
- OF THE
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FPANK G. YOUNG.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
offer. rc from ailzecta pecalar to their m-x can
ihe reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the orgt cuH. Book givics
fall particnlar mailed free. Addrew: r.oom 35
WhiuUcr Block, Uaveoport.
I 9 tl
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
AIway on tiand tbe inert brand of dorretic
and import ciear. All brands if tohaceo.
Tbe acore of all the ball nmee wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1W8 Second Avenue.
We Underbuy Undersell-Quick Sales.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKR1TZ,
Analytic M DispBDSiDfi Pharmacist
I row b c'ed in hi cew huildine at tbe corner of Fifth avtuu
and Twentj..third street.
J. F. PrxiSfltlD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heatinfj and Sanitary Plumbing.
223 Twentieth .t.
We own tbe season with
Elegant Goods and
We arc prepared t li
the right thir,r
One of th tirEt important lessons to learn about Boys' Cicthint is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable Drices, are by far more satisfying to purchasers than are the imny inferior grades at a lees price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meritorious knee and :on pants eui'e for boys of all ages, made to order, bearing oar label and
sold with our guarantee, cost ne more than ordinary ready made, yet, in style and service they ar decidedly bett-r.
Wonld yen prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere.
We aek nothin? better than an honeBt teBt of our claims and if the best is good enough, then come and get it
There is no room for improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering.
All new goods. Net an old elyle.
Shoe 8 tore 1S04 Second avenue
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothine Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.