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THE ABSUB, MONDAY, MAY 4, ; 1C36.
See page three.
Adlake bicvoles at Darid Dsn's.
Hi bct broom Loe's Little Gas.
lluautifu! cat flowers at Eckfaart's.
tin al4rt waists at Mclotjre-Reek
Tba council has Ita Bonthlj neat
gasoline stores at
ladies ties at Youag
The luteal In
ZaaesviUe stone water filters at
DafM Don's. -
Spring capes pretty and cheap at
Ilolatjre-Ueck Co t.
Carpenter tools cheap at II. T.
Slemon's elosiDg out sale.
Try aera'ed bread; bent and parent
bread; handled bj all grocers.
New leather belts 15 cant np at
Dr. W. T. Bonghta Is Siting up a
suite cf cClees at 1612 Second avenue.
Get your spring suit made by
Dora, the tailor. Harper houie block.
Thi Leooard cloanable refrigera
tors, tha world's best, at David Don's.
C. W. Krgo and M. M. Sturgeon
have returned from ltaden springs,
New shipments of wall paper jast
la at the Adams Wall Taper com
pany. Veloclpe U and Iron wajron head
fUarter, at Kckhart's, Twentieth
A cnt and slash salo In stoves and
tinware at Slemon'e, 1615 Second
Mrs. Bridget (Irady and son. Wil
liam (irady, are here from Chicago
oo a Visit.
Summer underwear 39 per cent
less than real value at Mclntyre
Hard's fine Iiish linen note paper
16 cents a box at McCabe's, Instead
of 30 cents.
Exoaralon to Feoria and return
Sunday. May 10, via R. I. A P. 11.60
Jamio Koowlton, who la attend
ing school at Washington, Is visiting
la the city.
Try aerated bread; no yeast used;
never touched by hand. Ask your
grocer for it.
The Little (iem nlokie plated
spray noxlcs only 25 cents at ionog
An elegant new line of room mould
ing jnst arrived at the Adams Wall
Paper coin puny.
New sah curtain nmslins about
20 per root If than usual prion at
Five-ply rubber hose only 9) cents;
2-ply rub"hr how only 6 cents at
soung & Mutoiubt'.
Mrs. F.lixalxth MoKoirv
rviiliaiu ajehairy, wbo
quite ill, is now improved.
The latest In itirlor furniture to
be sold at very tow figures this week
at Clomnnn & ?:iumann a.
Iioanh & IJowcra' minstrels appear
at tinrpxr thet'e tomorrow nignt
and toe uccur(tng evening.
Birains In curtain and draperies
at Mulntvre.Uevk Co' a.; $i.98 for
f 1.60 rnrtnina, eto. Kvl ad.
The board of snnerviaors met this
afternoon to make alterations in the
electric wirning of the new building.
Fprtog enpes in endless variety at
Mct'abe'e; the prettiest, most Qtvlisb
earmunt vf the seaioa; new and
Jnst rereived the very lateat In
summer suitings. See them before
ordering at Dora's, the tailor. Har
Clean yonr wall paper and make It
new. Call at the Citv Bakery and
leave your order for the material to
do It with.
All the latest tints and designs In
wall paper at the Adama Wall Paper
company's. Paper hanging done on
Silver plated shirt waist sets, four
buttens, linked cuff buttons, and
belt pins at Younir & McCombs' 11
cents per set.
They are very bnsy bnt yon ean be
waited on at the Adams nail reper
company', where you can sea all the
latest in wall paper
Dorn'a line of spring styles are not
excelled bv any in the three cities.
(iive him a rail. He will be pleased
to snow you bis goods.
Deputy Coroner Krkhart has pre.
sentrd to Dick Colemera the knife
found on the body of John Lander,
bach at the Itastian farm.
Ton tig & McComha for Seed water
filters only 26 cents; guaranteed to
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
porn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
49 tn STANDARD,
give satisfaction. Why pay $2 for
the same thing from peddlers
Long experience and a thorough
knowledge of his business pats Dora
In a position to give tba best of satis
faction. Try him for a spring salt.
On page three of Tan Abocs this
evening will be found a errand May
sale ad of Ang. Stcffen's, Davenport.
A fine opportunity for thoughtful
High class millinery at MoCabe's.
Style, elegance, material and skilled
workmsnsbip all combine to make
the millinery department the anc
cess It is.
Bock Inland relatives have received
a cablegram to the effect that Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Kosenfield and son,
Walter, arrived safely at Liverpool
All the roads are preparing for the
exenrsion business. Tba first of the
season will be next Sunday, when the
Machinists' anion has one to Peoria
over the B. I. & P.
Parlor furniture to bs sold at re
markably low prices this week at
Clemsnn fc Salxmann's. See their
larre aaortment before you make
any purchases in this line.
They must eo; paint and brashes
for people to do their own small jobs
with. This sale will last one week
at Sutcliffe's wall paper atore, Seconl
avenue and rilteentn street. .
A chance in a life time to purehase
a pretty parlor suit at almost half
price this week at Clemaan 01 fealz-
mann's. They are overstocked on
them and must make room for other
The cheapest place is always the
best place, for that man. will unload
and get new goods in and by that
way he will keep up with the new
designs coming into the market, and
you can find them at no other place
but ueorge suicuixe
Don't pay 60 per cent mora profit
on a auit made to order when prices
like these are at yonr command:
Men's black and blue" worsteds, tailor
made, you'll pay $25 for them in
many places, our prices f 16 and $18.
Fit and workmanship guaranteed at
Kipp & Son's.
The wall vaner dealers of Bock
Island say that the combinations this
year were never so complete in their
colors before, and that the placa to
select vonr wall Darter is where von
can hare all the leading wall paper
factories' goods to select from. Sut
clige's Is the place. Second avenue
and Fifteenth street.
Mrs. Bernhardt Andrews, 811 Fif
teenth street, is somewhat uneasy
over tha whereabouts of her 17-year-
old brother, Arthnr Herwig, who
had been working for a farmer at
Donvlllo, Ind., until the latter part
of April, when he is supposed to
have lart lor a visit to barden Citv,
Mo But he has not arrived there
vet. Arthnr visited in Book Island
The contract for erecting a new
Presbyterian church at Edgington
was lot Saturday to Charles Bobbins,
01 that piaee, bis bid being 13, loo.
The ehureh is to be frame and will
cost complete in tha neighborhood of
tS.OOO. It will be modern in every
respect and a credit to Kdgington
township and ita people. The lum
ber lor the building will be lurnishcd
by I. II. Huff una ot Co., of Andalnsia.
Observer F. J. Wall's meteorolog
ical summary for the month of April
places the mean atmospheric pres
sure at TJ.vi; the highest being
30.40 on the Cth, and the lowest
39 46 on the 13th. The mean tern
perature waa 0, tne mgnest 3 on
the 16th, and tha lowest 22 on the
2d. .There were 8 clear days, 14
partlv cloudy and 8 cloudy days.
Thunderstorms occurred on the 10th,
13th. 20th. 23d and 29th.
A chance has been made in the
management of the Colona Sand
atone company, Sherrill Bros, re
tiring after 17 "years' connection with
the industry and Arthur Burrall has
assumed the active management of
the affairs of the comrjanv. Mr.
Burrall proposes putting in increased
sppliaaccs for handling the produet
of the quarries to any capacity that
may be desirod to supply the demand
The stone is one of the materials
speoifiod for the new insane hospital.
and in adntion to this the company
baa received a number or desirable
contracts and is preparing to push
its operations from now on in
manner that will maka the industry
one 01 the most extensive and 1m
portent in this section of the country.
Their nasi TmUihdK.
Daniel Daly's will was probated in
the county conrt todav. He be
queaths all of his real estate and per
sonai property to bis aaugnter, miss
Ellen Daly, as a compensation for the
faithful and devoted services she has
rendered to the testator and his de
ceased wife at a great personal loss
to herself. Miss Daly is also named
as executrix 01 the win.
The will of James T. Dixon was
probated today. He leaves his prop
erty and money, including a $2,000
life insurance policy, to bis brother,
ratrlck Dixon, wne is namea execu
tor of the will.
Star Tm C waa.
Judge Hiram Bigelow this after
noon convened the May term of the
circuit conrt. After appointing n 11
Ham H. Whiteside foreman of the
grand jury the conrt gave that body
its instructions and set it to grind-
ing. The law docket was then taken
Probable ahowera tomorrow. To
day's temperature 8.
F. J. Wau. Observer.
Ten Abocs, 10c a week, delivered
every evening at yonr door.
With s better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts frentie effort pleasantefforta
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, tbat so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but s:mply to s conatipa ted condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, by rap of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value rood 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, in order to get its oene
ticial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, tbat yon have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia, s ig syrup Co. only and sold by
11 reputable druggists
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and ttft avstem "is reamlar. laxatives or
other remediea 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
Fin stands hiirhest and is most largely
j . 1 -: .1 T
UotTU ttllu gives luuav gcucro BauauKuvu
4n-f! ... m
Are not hard to get np
this time of year, when
the market is full of
good things. Here is a
Pen, Svett Potatses, !
ParsH Soip Bundles.
;. Tonatees, Camtti.
Gunraber:, In Beau,
lei Pitaloet, Lettuct
banana pine apples
and choice winesap ap
ples. The best assort
ment in the city.
Shoes well bought are
half sold that's why
ours sell so easily.
Oxfords, Blacks and Tans
See onr $2 25 Oxfords,
Blacks and Tans.
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1717 Second Ave.
Largo display of bicycle sundries.
Lanterns, all kinds.
Wood rim and tin cement.
Toe clips, eto.
1015-1617 - SECOND AVENUE.
Mcltlty Te-Reck Dry Goods Co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 and 171 1 Secbnd Avenue, Rock Island, m.
Sdettittt Tell Ds thai there m
10 Pounds of Glue
In Every Man's
We intend to STICK
to the idea of hand
line; the best Candies
and Bakery Goods
in town, if it uses up
our entire supply.
KRELL & MATH
LOOK ASTER YOUR
BREAD and HEALTH
What is more impor
tant than the Bread
you eat? It should
be pure, fresh and
healthful. Our Bread
is beyond question in
these things, and our
prices were never so
low as they are now,
and that's saying a
Phono 1166. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
HOUSE CLEANING TIME.
UOUSE CLEANING TIME IS AT HAND WITH A
11 vengeance and there are wants here and there,
which most bo filled to brighten and beautify the
home. Wo will supply yonr needs this week at an.
usually low prices.
SATIN DERBY CURTAINS.
.C'arcnt nnderboyIngfnmamtn dataralited to sal his stock of
Fwttere. .Ten at a Ion raablr. a. t rlv yon handaorss samisa.
a:nk a pia in hare and ba aroaoS early la iha weak.
67 ptlr. fnil !u Hta derby Curulaa, worth S4 K at S &. A rartaty
calm 10 cbooa rtaai.
S plr lai.ntin darby Cnrti!n. In nw dastfns Sad eolorhias, the
km. on .Blly pay f for, it fl SS 107 pair, la all; not aaoaah to
y ... NEW 8 ASH CUKTA1N GOODS.
' .'.Jut 'ot to 98 Place aew ewtaa rsaaUaa ta rary handaoaa daaivas at
lScayard aadnp,andyoawVlaaduise abant SO per erst teas ihu
tarn quallttea ateaahcra.
- Brirttn ihlnga op; recover yonr oUfarnltnra and have It took like
, new at small coat,
Ww Baaila f aratture eoreriag. worth Sir. at 42Ma.
. Mt2:',1derhj:,B'variag,BaBdoaa deaiae sad color
lan.Sl.S5qseltty7Se. A little of tki.goae over a good deal of famttme; stakes handsome
Mew thlnga in cretoaae raraUnre coverlnes, worth ap to Sac, at 17Xe.
Chenille xf table cavers, nicely fringed values np to 91 . state
ew thing, in tapeetnr table coTera, aiaa Sx to lx at greatly re
dacaa prices tor this sale.
NEXT TO CURTAINS COMR MATTINGS. FLOORS
mast bo covered cheaply and welL Mattings are
both cool and clean for summer nse.
S roll mattings, mod valae at lEe, will be 10a.
Excellent 18c and Sac atattfage. will na lac and IBs.
Special SSc and SCc nMtUaga, will be SSc
At tfcece pttce tey auy aa gone beSore the week Is ost.
. WHITE BED SPREADS.
Quality way np. prices wsv dowa ; a lot of 75c qefjts go at Ms
CTecoec on ilt, good Pise, HamilV patterns, vales Sl.rs. at S7a.
Crochet qailta at SI. and (1 SS, which joa will think should be IM
and SI. 75
&PuU Marseilles patters qailta at fl S3 sad SI .SS, worth a rbarth
hlrt walsta t ought here have a way of looking right and fitting ta
perfection. The trouble ie to keep up the aMertmeet. Vaclorlea east
.apply ne fat enoagh. Lut wnok bromjht a lot of sew etyiee and
there'll be more ngat along from day to day. Wae bound to lead Is
shirt waitts. eelltn as loag aa we sell 75c walata at S0r, and fl waists at
7c and Sl.SSasdSl.iSi waists at SSs. It's oar way of rasslng the shirt
NEW BELTS CHEAP.
Bettatowth waist; 75s gilt belts hare SSc Dual ply mora.
S5c fancy leather belts, Ibc
SOo black ailk and mohair belt. SSe.
Belte will be cheaper than aver this week.
AH 'hat are left, elegant'y made and fine stylet, valnea Bl 7S, SS and
ItJfS, for tlJIi.
WJdEM YQ4J WQBRY
About what will improve the looks of your parlor remember
that there is nothing that will make out of date furniture look
new. Curtail your expense on something else and invest in a
new suit, such as we are showing. No prettier line was ever
put on display in these parts than the one at our stores. In
designs, finish and durability we have never shown better
values for the money. Then a word, too.
ABOUT YOUR CARPETS
You know, or at least ought to know, that we are ahead of
them all on Carpets. We buy with a view to keeping at the
head of the procession, and our sales justify our claims. If
you fail to see our line you are missing an opportunity to get
a selection from the richest and grandest line ever offered to
our patrons. We know what we are talking about, and we
feel assured that if you
You will not regret it. Remember we are the leaders
and we set the pace.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
. &, K.
Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in
Boys' and Children's Novelties
THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never
quite as tough as the bov, that's no reason why they should not have the last
ing, persistent quality which boys re qure. We have well sewed, well buttoned,
well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splendid wool fabrics in good styles at $2.50,
$2.95, $J 0, $S to $6.90
Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or shield fronts at
$1.68, $2.50, $2.95 to $5. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at
$2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resisting qualities in nobby patterns
Star Waists, Mothers9 Friend Waists.
We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think
Lots of K., S. & Co. men's suits at $3.90, $4.90, $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c. All wool bicycle