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THE ABODS. WEDNESDAY. JULY 8, 1G30.
8 CITY CHAT. Ty jour water rent. Jul; clestioj; sale. 11. & K. Mrs. Robert McFarlane I ill. Order carriages of Cralle Co. The Iw.t hruoni Ie'a Little Gam. I'd-1. rir bargains at Mclntyre Beck CVa. Leave jour oidera with Barton for berries to can. All men's fine shoes reduced 25 per cent. M. & K. W. S Grove, of Port Byron, was in the city today. John Cru'augh and Henry Carte are in Chicago. Fresh butter and eggs always on hand at Iljitjn's. Finest turnouts and reliable driv era. Cralle & Co. White Jap parasols at cost, at Young & Mc Combs'. Old and yonnjr chicken, wholesale or retail, at Homo's. Mr. and Mrs. B S. St Yrain went to Orloo this morning. 1) nt idIm tho bltr wash goods sale at Mtlnlj re-Keck (Vs. Mis Mildred Teller has gone to Chlrai for a short Wit. Mis Murret and J E. Grady have relutDeii t Chicago. Miss Mam Collins. '.'510 Sixth ar enas, is visiting in Chicago. Unloading sale of all summer goods, at Young & McCombs'. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hanoa have returned from a visit to Ksnsas. Experience and close attention to very detail. Cralle & Co' a. livery. The Tri.City band will pi e a con cert in bpcnctT square this evening. Children's suit that are nearly all wo )1, reduced to 93 cents. M. & K. New Inrolco of shirts waists, 29 rents and upward at Young & Mo Cam bs. Frnit jars and jolly glasses at wholesale prices at Young 4c Mc Combs'. Dr. William Jar, V. S , offiee at Frlck & KauU's Uvery stable. Tele phone 11 M. A 76 rent summer corset for 48 cents only to be found at Young & McCombs. Henry CrclTord, formerly of Rock Isla-id, but now a resident ol Omana, ia visiting in the city. C. C. Truesdale has accepted the chief clerkship in the Roek Island road's freight office in Moline. J. M. Jillicb. traveling pasenger agent for the 'Frisco line, was among local rail ay ofiiclals yesterday. The Island City Cycle club has is sued invitations to a dancing party to bo given at the lower July 16. Miss Viola Gordon, daughter of ex-sbrrifl aod airs. C. D. Gordon, 1411 Fourth avenue, has typhoid fever. Hummocks and croquet sets: a good assortment at Young & Mc Combs'. Peter Scbaura la home from Mar Ion, Ind., where he Is employed in the gas works, lor the summer months. Aid. II. 1,. Wbeclan, F.d Murrln and M. II. Sexton are attending the national democratic convention at Chicago. Mrs. Phillip Havdun and Mrs William Charles, of Juincy, are vir iting with Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Hol- lowbuth. U. J. Fry, general superintendent ol telfgrapn ol the Milwaukee svs teu, was here on a tour of inspection yesieniuy. We place on sale Thursday fore noon a big invoice of silk umbrellas, All go in one lot at 98 cents. Young McCombs. Mrs. Charles Anderson, of Omaha, la vl-lting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McFarlane, 2516 Fifth-and-a- half avenne. Men's S shoes reduced to 1 1. 50, 15 shoes to 13 75. fl shoes to S, $.1 50 shoes to 2.63. M. & K. July clearing sa:c. You ought to see the children's suits M. A K. have placed on sale at Some of them are worth double and more. The stone work on the court house has been completed. The Chicago Bridge fc Iron company today began tne erection ol the dome. Mrs. l.l ion Wakefield, accoru panted by her daughter. Miss Idcssa Wakefield, leaves this evening for St. l.oui for an extended visit. City Clerk A. I. llucsing. William Ilorft, William Kinncr and James O'Connor went to Chicago last night 10 late to tne big convention. J mice Hand anj Mck, of Cam bridge, have engaged space at Van Awarded Highest Honors World' DiXr Fair, mm CREAM WW MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulteant. 40 TEAKS THB STAMOAUX druffa Island and will arrive with their families the 10th . for several weeks' camp at this delightful place. Mrs. W. J. Pratt and daughter, Mr. Adolph Hofer, and Margery Hofer. leave tomorrow morning for a month's visit at Racine. Wis. If you want a fine shoe, a swell shoe, now is jour chance, boys; a re dociionof one-foortb on all men's shoes from 3.60 npword, at M. A Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rice leave to night for an extended star at the northern resorts. Mr. Rice will go east on a purchasing trip before re turning. County Supt. E. B. McKeever has decided ti require all grades of cer. tilieates that teacbera in each branch raise their standing to 80 per cent. When you can buv shirt waists worth up to 98 cents for 48 centa and waists worth up to $1.68 at 98 cents, it pays o buv right now. Mclntyre- Keck Co. Don't fail to see the wonderful Lockhart performing lepbants at the Watch Tower this week. Per formances every afternoon and even ing. Take vour children. It was L. K. Brookman who won the novice race and captured third place in the half mile open at the Macomb Fourth of July events in stead of James Cook, as heretofore published. Let 'em go, says M. & K., rather have you wear their tine shoes at a loss to tbem that carrying over a dis count of 25 per cent on all men s shoes from $3.50 npward better lay in a supply. The circuit court has taken a re cess until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock, when Judge Bigelow desires the pretence of all attorneys to pre pare with going ahead on the chan cery docket. Do not fail to go and aee the large assortment of ladies' trimmed hats which are now selling at very low prices at Mrs. D. L. Franz's, 1324 rhird avenue. Children's trimmed hats 50 cents. Evervone who contemplates camp ing should provide himself with a supply of the Hammond Packing company's products. Save no end of cooking and are used by tne best families of the country. Don't forget the lawn sociable at D. Donaldson's 1109 Fourth avenue. Thursday evening. Ice cream, cake, etc. fcvervbody invited. Bicycles ill be cared for free. A dinner bucket quartet and a mandolin trio will provide the music. Dr. E. Bradford. 626 Eighteenth street, found two Wearv Willies snooting in his barn this morning. He called the police and the men who registered as Charles Rogers aud Joe Gordon, were arrested, but were afterward released and ordered out of town. W ash goods interests increases at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. Small wonder. VU cent lawns and dimities at 7 cents, 15 and 18 cent organdies, lawns and dimities at 10 cents and liner qualities worth 22 and 25 cen's at 12 cents is the way wash goods are going here. J. II. Koblman, of Moline, returned home from bis work Monday night only to hod that his wife and twa little children had disappeared Mrs. Kohlman sounded no word of warning nor left any explanation. It is thought the woman has gone to St. Louis, where her parent! reside. Charlea Ullemeyer. James Eckhart, Sels Sandstrom and Gus Tremann compose the Night Owl quartet, which bas just been formed. They only vocalize after sundown and their voicea can be heard almost any night now in some residence portion of the city shouting the serenaders' tunes. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Engin's 9-months- old daughter, Adelle. died at 9 o'clock last night of inflammation of the bowels, after a short Illness. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock to morrow morning from the darkened home, 922 Fifteenth street, to St. Jo. sepbs church, where the services will be held. P. Ramachandrayya will lecture in the lecture room of the Swedish Lutheran church of Moline this even Ing. Mr- Kamachandrayya is a native of India preparing himself at the John Hopkins university for a medical missionary among his coon trymen. He it a very fluent and en tertaining sjeaker. A trolley party will be given by the ladies of the first M. K. church Friday evening, accompanied by the Trl City bead, which will also give a concert at the Tower. Cars stop at Rock Island depot, at Twenty-third street. Twentieth street. Seventeenth street and a". Ninth street and Sec ond avenue. Tickets 25 cents. The work of reconstruction of the Rock Island bridge has been re. anmed. and at the same time the completed draw span ia undergoing a coat ol red paint. The Pfrrnix Bridge company gives notice that in consequence of the putting in of the iale work lor the construction of span 5. the space will be closed to the use of rafts and all boats of this kind will be expected to float them through the draw span. 2o Gladness Comes Xitn a better understanding of the v v transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts nphtiv directed, There is comior in the knowledire. that so many forms of . . . . , sickness are not Que to any actum u ur ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion ol the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Fit's- prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, and is . ... , , i m everywhere esteemeu so nigniy oy an who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, ia order to get its oene ficial effects, to note when yoo pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia r ig Syrup Co. only ana sold by all reDUtable drusnrists. If irk the eniovment of rood health. and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Fios stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. mm . W'MMM THE BARGAIN CENTER mm ft vra I There Are Honest And Dishonest Refrigerators Just as there are honest and dis honest men and women. On the refrigerator depends most of one's home comfort the pleasure of eat ing, lightening of kitchen bothers, less cleaning to do, saving of men tal worry, time to do things all this and more, too, comes from tne honett refrigerator the tricky and "made to sell" sorts beware of. THE LEONARD CLEANABLE" Marks the highest point yet made in refrigerator making 15 patents . cover its construction is dependa ble in every way and helpful the pride of the housewife. We'd like to show it to every lady In town. DAYID DON. 1615-1617 SECOND AVENUE. SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT Stolen Pleasures Hess Bros, have In display the fi nest line of fresh fruits and vegetables to be found anywhere in the city. See below: I CHICKENS. Spring CbSckess to order. dratted FRUITS. BlcV Raspbeirias, Ked Raupberrlea, Goom berries, Bisckberrle, Plamf, Cnmmts. Cherrie. Pineapples, New Watermelons. Vegetables. fuemnben, ' Boasting Ears, Beets, . 'uniipe. Onion.". ; iPm Plant, peas. tomatoes, Wnx Baiu. . Pommtri: quash, ttrin? Beans, CairoM, Lettuce, JUdiahes, labbage. Fine Fresh Fish Largest dealers, consequent ly the best selection. i BESS BP. Are always sweet, but par ticularly so when the pleas ure is stolen from Krell & Math's Ice Cream Freezer. because it is rich, delicious and refreshing enjoyment that linges in the memory till yon go-back to KRELL & MATH'S for more. So little money for so much pleasure is all compensation. The Bread that is All Bread -Krell & Math's Dock Jsland SHOES SEE OUR NEW LINE . OF LADIES Tan Cloth Tops Made by the Peaslee Shoe Co. PRICE $3. HOME MADE. It is fast being recognized and called for by everybody. It ia made from the best flour and by the latest process known to the Baker's art. It is of fine grain, rich in flavor and chuck full of nutriment. KRELL & MATH, Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Ave. MclntyrC-MfiCk Pry Goods Co, 1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, UL Seasonable Hot Weather Bargains. Sharp bavins: the last three weeks is what will asake lively trading; lieie this week. Ht wrather bargains en our counters at temptingly low prices for bright new goods. The wash goods section will be especially attractive. Read carefully what ft I ows: Wash Goods. New and handsome wash goods at leas thaa wholesale prices. The closing of manufacturing and Importing stocks was our opportunity. Through our New York office we have secured 6.280 yards of very choice wash goods at an average of 50c on tne dollar, it's tne nest onertng that nas ever been made this year. Colors are fast and patterns are dainty. For convenience in selling vre divide the purchase Into three lota. LOT 1 1,75 yards French Organdie, fine black figured lawns, figured dimity, 10c and l-Xe va'ues, now, per yard. 7c LOT 8 Consists of 2.000 Yards of Irish Dimities. 28-inch Scotch Dimities, fancy lawns, etc-, handsome designs, sheer firfe goods, you nave paid 15c and lsc lor many a yard of them, but for this sale the price is per yard 10c. LOT 3 The choicest of all and the best bargains. 2,500 yards imported Westminster Dimities, French two toned Organ diea, French printed Mulls, fast colors, elegant designs, very sheer fabrics, you have been glad to get them at 80e and 25c, now you can have what you want at 12jc. We expect a bit rush early in the week for these goods and cannot too strongly urge a prompt selection. With the above we offer another case of mose fine 6c chal lies, 10 yards for 29c. Summer Union Suits. AT 5c Summer union suits, value 25c, while th y last 5c. Shirt Waists. Sweeping Reductions la the Shirt Want Prices. To short work of U we divide tne eutire slock from SLsa into I big lots. , LOT 1 at 48c Shirt Waists of rereale,lavm and dlsalry. attached and detatched collars, the 68c, 75c, 83e and $1 without reserve far 8e- LOT 3 at 8c Shirt Waists of Imported French lawn Fenian dimity. Sea Island percales, value $1.38, SL48 and 81.98, any and all at 8c These choice styles will go to quick that there win be none left for late comers. Summer Uunderwear. A Shake-up sale at a reduction of X from former priors. Kveryllilng you touch In our Underwear department this week will have the magie of a reduced price. Come for bargains. Ladies' Vests. AT Sc 35 dozen combed yarn vests low square neck, value 8c. AT lOc Fine cotton vests, fancy ribbed, tape neck, such as as you usually pay 15c for. AT 15c White and ecru Egyptian cotton and liale finish vests, nerk silk taped, you have ben paying 25c everrwhera. AT lc Elegant Egyptian Cotton Vests, fancy ribbed, square and V neck, beautitu'ly silk trimmed, positively nothing better to be had for 35c. Men's Wear. Men's bonbon Imported French balhrlggan nmlerwear. elc gant fine textures never before sold for less than 75c, here 49c. Never In the History of Rock Island Has such a rich display of Parlor Furniture been shown as is now on d'splay at Clemann & Salzmann's. Oddities and pretty Parlor Pieces in profusion. Call and see the display. M. & K. July Shoe Shoe THE BOSTON 1705 SECOND AVENUE. STOP THIEF! ' Let 'm go is the M. & K method after the Fourth. Much rather have you wear our fine shoes at a loss to us than carrying over. It's a treat at our expense. perMcentWreductioni A NEW BICYCLE I n Free if Tonra Is I Stolen. Shot DraMl by Hi father. CaTLETTsbcug, Ky., July & At Kcnova, W. Va., John E. Ulomer was shot dead by his father without ranw or notice. The frantic father tried to kill an other son and to commit suicide, but I failed and was arrested. He pretends tc know nothing about the affair. In Canada models of patents are net required nnlesa specially asked for by tee Canadian eonaissiooer oi patents. Cost $2 Annually. American Wheelman's Protective Association. c. C. TAYLOR, 1717 8eeond Avnoa. On aU fine shoes from $350 upward. $6.00 Mioes Reduced to $4.80 05.50 Shoes Reduced to 1.13 05.00 Shoes Reduced to 03.75 4.00 Shoes Reduced to 03 00 03.50 Shoes Reduced to 02.03 One-fourth off or a reduction of 2$ per cent means less than the cost of manufacture. If you want a fine shoe, a swell shoe, here is your chance, as this sale includes everything Patent Leathers, Vici, Cordovans and Tans. Big Reduction on Summer Clothing. & K Big Reduction on Summer Ur.icrocir. e