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THE AKGUa THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1CSH.
Bay home of Beidy Bros.
Fresh Cb at W. 1. Ehleb's.
lasnr with Haesing A Hoeft.
Michigan peaches t Hess Bros.
- Oyswrs and celery at He s Bros.
Cauliflower and spin age at lint
Pear and piua-l sweets at Hess
are knocking price belter
L. Simon went to Chicago this
la everybody's month? A -Yon
A ebo'c line of California fruits at
W. A. Ehleb's.
Be sere and attend the comic
Ton Can Smoke." for sale by ail
Miss Mary A Dowling left this
morning f-r Chicago.
Sew York jniees aad poaad
weets at W. A. Ehleb's.
Yoa can End at W. A. Ehleb's a
Bice line of fresh vegetable.
The Tornado will rage at Har
per" theatre tomorrow niat-
Thi Asr.rs World' fair erie i in
popular demand. Preserve it.
Will Mclstyre in the role of the
Mikado," is'simply iamtcst.
Lincoln J. Carter' Tornado" at
Harpt-r'a tajatre tDmr-rrow night.
Mony 1 1 loan oa real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & hurst's.
Why are the base ball boys like
TonVan Smoke?" Both winner.
New spinage. lima beans, cauli
flower and cranberries at W. A. Eh.
The Iavecp-rt fair and exposition
lost several thousand dollars this
M. A K. are the people who under
fell everybody oa everything, every
As in apcni3tr so with every
thing e!. M. Jt K. are determined
Superintendent of Street Ward 1
having th paved thoroughfares
CarW great sensational drama.
"The Tt rzad-. at Harper's theatre
Next th:rg tn the program are
knee pant at 10c. OtteT are invited
to follow M. A K.
Houes f.-r rent by E. H. Gayer
ear Augastana colie je. R:oa can
be sablet to sindentsl
M. A K. f?r novelties in waists
aad suits notLicg t-s compare with
The special C. B. A Q. train for
the Galesurg race leaving at S:SO
ft. m., has Seen withdrawn.
See M. A K. I'ne of novelties for
children. The nattiest l.ne of reef
er aad jurenile sail in the city.
Meters not what article or price.
h. k. wi.i cnitrs.i tne price
quoted by any other dealer at any
Mrs. Thomas Hal pin left thi
morning f ' r her home in St. Loni.
afteratit.t with her mother, Mrs.
Mary Cavanaajrh in thi city.
The member of Arsenal council.
No. 1 1. National Union, will go to
Moiiae in a boir tonight to visit
Planters" council of that city.
Blow, blaster and sensational non
sets isn't ic it prices for merito
rious merchandise i what talk and
M. A K'. i the place to get it always.
M. A K. can and will do better
thev are thi people for good that
are made right. t right and at price
lower than anv other deader dare
C. E. White, former! of the F-ere
A Mansur Corn Planter works at Mo-
line, ha ap-ept-t the superintenden
ry of the Weir Plow works at Mon
M. & K. always have and always
will undersell aov and everv price.
Giving goods is preferable to having
tnem pnce-matcnei. un. tnere is
no place like M. A K'.
The Hock Island Store company 1
prepared to do a:i kind oi nickel
plating on short notice. Old stoves
made to look a pood a- new. Do
not wait until cold weather, but send
your work to cs at once.
A Bock Island business man and
down town alderman indulged in
fistic encounter in a second avenue
ample room last evening over an old
grievance, and as a result of which,
both carry remembrances.
The alarm of fire at 8:30 last night
railed the department to Twentieth
street and First avenue. A spark
from a locomotive had lodged in the
frame building on the southwest cor
ner, but the threatened conflagration
was quickly subdued.
Mr. fttid Mrs. Thomas Casey enter
tained about SO of their friends at
their home on Twelfth street last
evening, in honor of Mr. Casey's sis
ter. Miss Anna, who leave shortly
for her home at South Bend. Ind.
Three Little Maids from School"
will make their initial bow before a
Bock Island audience on Saturday af
ternoon rest, at 2:30. Mrs. Minnie
Hanson Barker, as Yum Yum: Miss
Pearl Eberhart. as Patti Sing, and
Miss Gertie Wilcox, as Peep Bd.
James B. Fcktart, one of Rock Isl
and's wideawake young business
men. has leased a "store in Hurt's
sew Twentieth street block and will
start a general store there. The ad
joining store will be occupied by a
woman's exchange and flower store.
Mr. and Mr. Ohaver, accompa
nied by their daughters. Mis May
and Mrs. Elmer Dack. left last even-
ng for Arcadia. Tex., to join with
the colony from this city located at
Alta Loni a. Mr. Dack leaving two
avs before with the household ef
All brother K. P" who possibly
can. are expected to brine their
wives and sweetheart to the Theo
Martin concert Fridav evening at K.
hail. The program consists sf
vocal and instrumental music and
reading by aa accomplished elorc-tionist-
Thousanis of people are looking
Caiiforniaward. Thev want to know
where to go to raise fruit and how to
travel cheaply and comfortably. For
fell information to these questions.
ddre. California Bureau of In
formation, lock box No. 1, Cedar
T. V. Strain, of Chicago, came
own last night for a few cays busi
ness trip. Mr. Strain, as also J. C.
Adams, is interested in the firm of
C. Winn A Co.. rt Chicago, manu
facturers of Winn's vegetable com
pound, the invention of which thev
ave the control, proving a vtrv
profitable one to them.
The Fslr and Cac.
The fair at Jcslin and the Gales-
brarg races are attracting Quite a
number of tri-citv people. The fol-
owing from this citv went up to the
fair this morning: Conntv Treas
on pbell and wife. F. C. Hem-
enwav. t P. ncseo. Shens Gordon
and wife. R- Crsmpton. H. C. Harris
and Deputy Sheriff Britten.
ine special tra:n on the C. B. &
. left at :45 for the Galesbcrg
races, about 1W going from here,
among them being Henry Wvces. A.
Mead. H. L. Shaw. S. N.'Wvnes.
r. G. L. Evster. Arthur Burrall, C.
Cae. T. H. Tboma. Gre Kline.
John Crubangh. Beildane Hill, Louis
(i. Eddy. Sam MrAdams. Louis K.
Cieaveiand. Leo Venere. B. Winter.
Josh Brooks. Patrick Jovce. Harrv
Brooks. J. S. Gilmore. Maner Gold
smith. James Peetz. Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Terry: Jack Mncroe. Malice:
Henry Schnitger. Mrs. Henry Walters
and Miss Josie Co?ev. of DaTenport.
Awarded Hichert Honor
MOST FERFECT MADE
A pun Crap Cream ot Tartar Powder. Ftee
loan Ammonia, Alum or any other iduHiant
49 YIA4U THk CTAMCAUX
The Rock Island
tsral association s trst fa:r on its
new grounds at Josiin show a Cne
exnis:t, witn much interest mani
fested and a good attendance dailv.
Yesterday's races resulted in John
Schall's Alicemont winning first
monet in the 2:45 trot: the best time
being 2:i'ii. Paul Farber's Jessie
Jones won the running race, with
best time. &; William
Honest John the Zuma
best time. 56.
Hiatga King, owned
RoWd-od. won the 2:45
at Mascatine yesterday.
bv E. W.
OLD SETTLER GONE.
W. s. Baltoy Dsn smddmly at BSs Hm la
W. S. Bailey, an old resident of
Rural township died suddenly last
night at II o'clock of heart fa'ilure.
He had been about as usual during
the afternoon, and about 6 o'clock he
had a little experience with a runa
way horse on his farm, and the ex
citement i suppesed to have induced
tne tatai results
Mr. Bailey was in his 6th year,
and had resided in the countv since
14". His wife died in 13. and he
is survived bv the following children:
Mrs. Hugh Warnock. of Aiedo: Mrs.
James lie::, of Coal Vallev: Mrs-
Samuel Johnson, of Pre-emption:
Mrs- Henry Prichard, of Atkinson,
and Robert J. Bailey and Isaac J.
Bailey at home, together with his
brothers J. C. and James Bailey, of
Rural, and his sister. Mrs. M. Hars
shey. of Henry couuty.
Lmc TtaM Poor Farm St ward.
Mr. Bailey was one of the best
known farmers in Rural township.
He was known for fcis honesty and
industry, and will be remembered by
many a having been for 19 years
steward at the poor farm, in the
early davs, after the establishment of
that institution, ani thus he became
known as -Poor Farm Bailey."
The funeral occurs at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning at the Homestead
M. W. Soorr, Es oraeC.S. Marshall
OSce, Atlanta. Cn vhlH: "For Racy
Tear bj wife bas two a cnftaat tuSTer
traboo aad ail r4ivr coc:p'm:Et tt ti- fe-
Dtar wo, am. aru-r rryic many
with but bje or bo rc
txri. 1 ircua&'d ber to
trr In. rrrc Faroraa
SM to f ui of beart.
s1- rtrtjirnrd toe simvct
li.il It w.Kihi be baa
a I tbc res of no rood ;
t at on cor anuct. ffca
ttte vouH try it. o
1 i-oe tz ricfa :
as3 bf m M bad uani
fci'f of a t:nit she f
it vs bcnfrfitixitf
hrr. and sbe kas eoctra to laprore err
aiacr. and di tlucta a tbe zom wotxWful
mnedT oa eu-tb i tx-r srx. acd ncofnorods
Via td suffcm TlCAit-s- Sc has But bees
SO wil is tes nr.
I wr ta wubot arr !rl:c:tar aad
witk a tree, rrod wilL aa Timt rua ict ail
wbo but ruttrr rw) what it bxj doo for
br." Sid by omlKine frm rvwrwbert.
Wtct a coc-
Wait a panscr
Vux to rest
Waal a wrttt tr
Wast to at'il a fun
Wact to fell a bocw
wtt to xc.rr mrtorn
Wast to boC4 eooca
Vr.iui a&ae lay rral eta: k
Want to cr vao fir acyt&inr;
Vact lo fisd eoKtrsrr trr acrtlnf
TBI DaTLT ARSrs PSLTVXSXD TTOrB
ooor errrr cra:u for 10c prr wwk.
TJL'aTIT A PISrSG lOOJ CIELATTEE
Eock l:-d bow.
FjR SIfR. PLEiSAVT PTH5I5HED
WATTTKI A B"'Y TO TAK CAES OF
botm mvTLiitf ocJj. at Sss; ix aTeacc.
WA'fTSD A COWPBTINT RFRT. TOS SEN
er4 boumo k. Asifrss -G. K ta
The arguments for a nc trial in
sfce case of W. E. Stevens, charged
itb assault with intent to commit
rape, will be opened tomorrow morn-
oel Bradford, t htrred with horse-
sta.inz. was tried vesterdav after
noon before a jury composed cf M.
McMurphy, August Keim beck. Hjal
mar Ande'rson. Henry Frells. F. A.
Corlson. Charles Roberts, Bert Sears.
Ben DeGear, S. S. Hull. S. Blizh, and
W. H. Dunker, which returned a ver
dick of frailty, and three years in the
lae case of John Morehead.
charged with burglary, was riven to
the iurr vesterday noon, and which
returned mis morning. jne jury
found him ruilty, and to be 20 years
and 4 months of a?c at the time of
the commission of the crime, but
now he is over ae, and the question
oi wnere ne win oe sent arises.
The case of James Scott, with in
tent to murder his wife, came up
this morning, and he is bein; tried
before, the following jurv: Henrv
Winters, E. McMurphy. Peter A.
Carlson, Henry Frells, Hjalmar An
derson. Oliver Freek. Charles Rob
erts. S. BHjrh, S. S. Hull. Ben De-
Gear, R. S. Brown and William Ram
skill. Maj. Beard icy appears for
the defense, while State's Attorney
Brown Price was fined 15 and costs
by Magistrate Schroeder this morn-
William Jones is lying at the p lice
station, the cause being over some
biard bill difficulties.
Fair weather: very little change in
temperature; light variable winds.
joday's temperature. 72.
F. J. Wale. Observer.
Pimples, boils and other humors
of the blood are liable to break ont
in the warm weather. Prevent it by
a 1. : ti iv e 5,i
taauig navu oaxBsparius.
FOR SALE B rre'e.
focr mot.: u.
fc'eh tmi; t-tentie,
Birjiio for cu?. Ad-
PR REXT 'IXTEIS-E'ViW BOAEDrXG
bcoae all frn'ttita. at il Tiira .rrir
i .ire at rrcai-a.
ICST A If ALL TAN-OOLOSE3
took with Urer b w oa crjrrr.
Rctara to hi cfSe.
MR. C. A. WENDELL. CLAIRVOVAKT. PSY-
RiKl:rr dtl'y irrun 10 to 4 t ttX Frfih avvaue
BAYETOFE HCEfCOPK CAT. IT TELLS
?"or ru't-j iate. It rirrs a rhi-vrr
de!iwtioii. TIi Fh.nl Iwxni bfa'ta "r
"! 'T ad lr wnb Mirnn. Dr. S. H. Eddr.
taut F:ftb a traoe. Hock 1 aid.
OALevE. KYEY ,TrSTT. EALlkT
O cr roniTE;-.-on. No f l Trrr New ar.ff
bin r:n nrl:iEld wrtx. Act! wen -'
quKk.y. viunr wsimtj kc j ttrntCT wasted.
7S PER WEEK TSING ANU SILLING DT-
taaoffor y.at:iie Ba:caca. w!rr and t.
Wrwmre Pxi, r d. l tr. acL "rtc anx
nrw rooo. I;CTeBt rw for areot. fu
lie aoe tbopa. Er oaerurd: ao cin::
b-I pr.U. W. f. CiriMl a wo.. Cle:k So. 14.
tlTAXT'D AN AGENT FN BOCK ISLAND.
td aa cloer c&oorspied terrunrr. for oar
Eirctric bovrnasr) pimtc. h-Be osbvn nd
c: rrmtt make $1 to :s di.j. Wr te for frea
uapkr wit") Toarown name in. New Era Cora
paaj. io7 ieatrjora Itreit, Chicago.
Tne Place to Buy Stores
is where you can jet a fall
assortmect to select from.
I keep the largest assort
ment of STOVLS in the
west, and prices to suit all,
having now in stock three
hundred stoves of the lead
ing grades for hard and soft
coal or wood:
1615-1617 Second Ave.
. . Present
The most acceptable, cheapest
and best present one that comes
w ithin the rach of everybody
and this, of all years, fits the
pocketbook best, is a box of
KRELL & MATH'S
- . . cr Chocolates
Special bargains in a fne line of
Choicest line cf Candy ever
offered in Rock Island. .
We make a specialty of catering
to the wants of persons intent
on giving a party or reception,
as our facilities are snch that we
can fcrnish the finest and danti
est of refreshments and the most
palatable cakes aad pastry. Our
brick ice creams aad fruit ices
cannot be equaled in the three
cities, and we pride- ourselves on
the fact that we can please yon.
km & mm
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Try a cup of our coffee.
SALARY $40 PER MONTH. WE WANT AN
wiraw mil or iar to rrprerrtit a wi
tn w anfl popoiar reliu (ymi.ea'rUed Ttrik
ltg for Lif.- britg the fffiilai bltory of tee
wr;kc tbruarboot ttKcosntrr. 1b vd TUn to tr
taiarr mcuUoned. w:i pre on a liberal com-mi.Km-
Aec-ft iRcihur trrrr ki!k
tajarir and erBimkAn. Write for term at ore.
Irierrrate Pcbkiatung Companj. f.O. box 4S4, 6C
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell 4 Lynde b'ng.
Mc In tyre-Reck rry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Of the alteration sales which have been so successful
and created such a stir in Rock Inland and vicinity.
Alteration Sale No. 3 will continue the good work
of lowering prices and selling great lots ot the best
merchandise very, very cheap. We qncte some em
phatic bargains which will be eagerly snapped np:
LINES DEPARTMENT 25 dozen all linen Oat
meal Towels, bordered and fringed, the 22c quality
at 14c. 20 dozen same towels, bnt larger size. 28c
quality at lc. These may last till Wednesday night-
PERFUMES We are putting in a well known line
of the bet extracts made, and wish to dispose of all
stock now on hand, including full quadruple goods.
To do this quickly, we will this week sell anything
now on hand at. tier ounce. 1c Worth np to 45c
per ounce. Bring your bottles.
TABLE FELT The woven kind, never wears out.
gets rough and will wash splendid, extra width, usual
price S2c, sale price. 59c.
PRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 25 pieces. 32
and S6 inch. Fancy Dress Goods, worth op to 2C a
yard, go at 12Jc. Splendid for school dresses.
BROWN SnEETTNG Full count. So inches
a well known brand, this week 10 yards fr c.
REVERE SHEETING So grwd c l n t'7. t.
12c a yard for the 2-yard width that thr ii '
last the week out. We now have anolL-f (is ' .
vou and will let this lot only, go at lre. R-c- -J.
SHIRT CHEVIOTS Excellent for fall nr. tl
10c quality, for this sale only 6c. The qtiai:;.T it!
limited, we took what we could get.
UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT 1 cae. 5 ,4 -Ladies'
Heavy Ribbed. Nicely Trimmed Ve:s:
be a 37c leader, bnt thev will go during ti t. .
SHARP DRIVES In the print depar.mttt tL;
week. New Fall Satines and Prints. An e'.tat 1...
New Fa.1 Dress Goods arriving and we si.!
beautiful ana elegant line. v e can please voa. V. ,
are a little torn np. putting in our new front ti:
week, but we are still doing business at the eld Stat'
and we will be very g'.ai to see von and make jjz :-.r
as happy as possible.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
NO FAMILY CAN BE
Without a Good Cook Stove or a
Bny Royal Banner Stoves
Charter Oak Stove
And all your Stove troubles
will be over.
That we furnish a house complete with Furniture, Carpets,
Curtains, Crockeryware, Lamps, Refrigerators, Stoves of all
kinds, and Housefurnishings generally.
Parlor Suits, $22, in silk tapestry.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms Of payment easy. 1809-18I1 Second Avenue.
ro ttie Peoroloi
Watch the papers. Compare our prices always the lowest
No matter what price others quote, we CAN and will DO
better. In fact, we give goods away rather than to have
our prices met
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.