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TBB AB&Pfl. FBI DAYvlIAY 8, 1CSO.
Stewart' for atjle.
Stewart' for price.
Stewart' for fine tarnishing.
Lad let' neckwear at the London.
Tnnl ahoe. 60 cenU; Dolly Broa.
Straw hat. Sommer A La Telle.
Poj' ahoe. &0 cenU; Dolly Broa.
. The beat broom Lee's Little Gem.
Dm' tennis, 60 cent, Dolly Broa.
rina Una of sailora at Blaekbarn A
Co'. . ,
Aerated bread is perfect health
All colors in Fedora hat. The
Wash aaita 46 cent. Sommera A
O. A. Bsrnhart, of Chicago, is in
Summer weight clothing. Sommera
Two dozen freih eggs for 16 cents
Cbotcft prinjj lamb at II. Tre
maan Sons'. -
Mr, t'htl Mitchell went to Chicago
Bar iroked meats at II. Tre
Excernion to Peoria May 14; 11.50
for the round trip.
Walt for the excursion to Peoria
Thoriday, May 14.
Worth bragging a boat the bicy.
ele salt at Stewart'.
Spring Iamb and dressed chickena
at II. Tre matin's Sons'.
Herman Vot'yni is back from a
business trip to Chicago.
Concert erery Saturday daring the
season at Ilubvr's garden.
Boys teanl shoes in check and
black, AO cents; Itally Bro.
. Peoria excursion Tia R. I. A P.
May 10. tl.&'J round trip.
AH trimmed hats greatly reduced
In price at Blackbnrn A Co'.
Try Aerated bread; best and purest
bread; handled by all grocer.
Straw hat br the hundreds at the
London. Yeddo hats 83 cent.
Long wear and short prices on our
clothing. Sommer a LaVelle.
(real line of maimer coats and
vests, all styles. The London.
Wait for the Thursday. May 14,
excursion to Peoria. Fare 1.60.
Fresh esrga, three dozen for 25
cents, at Horton's cash grooery.
F.very thing in straw hat for men,
boy and children. The London.
Machinists' excursion to Peoria via
R. I. ft I', railway Sunday, May 10.
Columbia wild cherry phosphate
will purify your drinking water.
(iood potatoes only 16 eenta a
bashtd at Morton's, I2S Twentieth
An elegant line of wal ablo aailor
suit for children, all price. The
Schick' hardware house in Daven
port was damaged 12,609 by fire this
Mothcra will find this the atora for
boys' and children's snits. Sommera
The wont cooling and refreshing
drink 1 Columbia wild cherry
Kxcurion to Peoria 'and return
Sunday, May 10. via U. I. & P. $1.50
There will be a tih lunrh at 1430
Fourth avenue. Louis Knglin's stand,
Dakota patent flour 88 cents a sack
at Horton's. Telephone 1204. 326
Josoph lluhor's Garden opens for
the seaon Saturday night, May 9.
Admission 10 cents.
You should not overheat your
self. Buy a 10 suit and keep cool.
Summers A LaVelle.
Aerated bread is used exclusively
in the hospitals of Kngland, because
il is the purest bread.
Be sura and - ask for Columbia
wild cherry phosphate. Take no
other. Sold by all grocers. .
Drink Columbia wild cherry
phosphate. All grocers keep it;
14 cents and 25 cents a bottle.
Choice sugar-cured hams 9 cents,
picnio hams rt rents,- paeon 8 cents
per pound, at li. Tremann's Sons'.
The social and supper given by
the Broadway ladic at the church
parlors last evening was well patron
Kel hot bargaine are seasonable.
Stewart has them in stylish furnish
ings. His new neckwear line la superb.
Men' tan shoes from AA to EE at
Dolly Bros'. Prices the lowest on
Highest Honors World' Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
Apwt Cnp Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum oc any other adulterant.
40 TSAW l. STANDARD.
this class of goods from $1.67 to
4.60. " -.
Take a haalcat to MancVer'a cash
atora and get your .hotter aaA eggs
- 1 1 1 1 a. -T
ana you ww . hbtb tarn ocst 1a me
Mrs. D. LeFrssse has opened a new
millinery store at 1324 Third avenue.
A bright new atock and competes
Cell and see the gnat clairvoyant
at 627 Seventeenth street. Price
reaaonab a. Will remain a c.odIc of
weeks on jt.
Excursion to Peoria Mar 14 to hear
(iimore'a band and Dr. Palmer'
grand chorua of 1.000 voices. Fara
fl.60 round trip. -
Grand opening of Huber'a garden
will take place Saturday night, Mav
9. Music by Bleuer's orchestra. Ad
mission 10 cents.
Stewart mikM a atnrfa f atvla.
and prices and is the leader in both.
Hi bargains in new underwear are
tne iajK 01 tne town.
When VOU want to hnr mt flnnr.
bntter or egg, yon can save monev
"J to raecner s commission
tore, 1513 Second avenue.
Excursion to Clinton. Lyon and
Fulton every. Sunday morning at 7
o'clock on the elegant steamer, Jo
Long. Ticket for the round trip $1.
Tbe City Bakery company which
has been ia bnaineas for several veara
on Market square, changes location
to Fifteenth street in Moline in a few
The finest vCAta.Ma trrnmrn and
canned is the Joan of Arch French
red kidney bean. Agents are show
ing samples of thcra to Rock Island
and' Moline people.
Division four of the Rock Island
County Teachers1 association holds
its season's la-tt moeting at Reynolds
tomorrow. An interesting program
has been arrauged.
The most intereatincr anertarla
these days is the man who is trying
to make himself believe that last
year's straw hat will answer to start
. 1 ...
bui .iiis season witn.
Go to Peoria on the excursion Mav
14. See the city and visit friends on
a week day when business is in full
blast, $1.60 for the ronnd trip via
the R. I. ft P. railway.
Plenty of (7.87 snits the K. S. ft
Co', kind: Vou know ns: we nnrler-
scll evervbodv: the others can irira
yon prices on'paper but not show up
me guous we can. ine uonaon.
'That box stand on the sonthnnat
corner of Spencer f juare is by no
means an ornament, ana II it is not
to be used for the purpose for which
it was put there the city should have
it removed, v
A Ion? felt want innnlierl-
mencinir tomorrow fSatnrrfav Mav
9, a full assortment fit the Davqp.
port Home Cookinir eommnr'i trnnria
can be obtained -at Longs groeery.
The civil serviee enmmiaainn f
the internal revenue department will
Conduct an examination Worinsadav
June 3, at Peoria for the grade of
stenographer ana typewriter. Ap.
plications must be In by Thursday,
May 18." 3
Mrs. George Lamont was agreeably
surprised at her home, 627 Seven
teenth street, last evening hv a num.
bar of her lad v friends on 'the oc
casion of her birthday. The evening
was spent very pleasantly by hostess
John Paulson, well known through
out the city, will solicit ordera and
make delivery from Long'a grocery
store from the production of the
Home Cooking company of Daven
port, whoso ehoice foods need no in.
James loung was bound over to
the circuit court in 100 bonds on a
charge of larcenv. He is a stranger
and waa arrested yesterday afternoon
by Officer Miller with a pair of ahoea
stolen irom in front of M. & K's.
store in his possession.
The excursion to Peoria May 14 is
the one yon want to take. See the
city when business is going on, and
enjoy the grand May festival concert;
Gilmore's band and chorus of 1.000
voices led by Dr. Palmer, of New
York, f 1.50 ronnd trip.
We have the best line of men's and
boys' suits that yon have ewer seen.
We press and keep suits in repair
one year. By buying yonr clothing
of us yon can bring them in and get
tneni pressea whenever vou wish
without charge. The London', of
President Searle ha uamed the
following committee to act with him
in tha reorganization of the Lincoln
log campaign: James McGarvev
First ward; William Baker, Second;
John Rinck. Third; J. J. Ingram.
Fourth H. H. Cleaveland. Fifth; Cal
rrv. MXtn: uioi Atkinson. Seventh
The committee is to meet at Mr.
Searle's office tomorrow eveuiag.
The will of A. R. Bryant, the late
president of the Moline Pump com
pany, was admitted to probate in the
county court -yesterday afternoon.
The document ia a lengthy one and
provides that deceased's widow be
allowed an annual income of 12,600
from tbe dividenda on his stock in
the Moline Pump company, which is
left ia trust to his friend. Edward II.
Sleight, who is authorized to carry
on tbe deceased's affairs in the com-
pany. The widow ia also given the
nouseboia larniture. Charles A
Barnard is named executor of the
will, which waa drafted the 28th of
The Abacs. 10a a week, delivered
j a very evening at your door.
With a better understanding? of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which ranish before proper ef
fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
tha knowledge, that so many Xurms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, bat simply to a constipated condi
tion cf the eybtem, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That ia why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value pood 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 acta. It is therefore
all important, ia order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that you have the srenuin arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good 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 shonld have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands Uiphest and is must largely
Ubed and gives most general satisfaction
'Than a bounteous Sun
day dinner made np of
seasonable . vegetables
from the choicest in
the market. Pick some
from this list:
Batista Peas, Sictt Potatoes,
Beets,,. Cabbage, Leek,
I Oaiois. Fault?, Ssso Bundles.
is. - tata Wai Beans,'
lei Potatoes, lettoct, Str?n Beans,
And Bprlnf Chickens? C !
dressed to order.
Strawberries, oranges, ;
"bananas, pine apples
and choice eating ap
ples. The best assort- ''
ment in the city.
I HESS BROS, j
Shoe well bought are
half sold that's why
ours sell so easily.
Oxfords, Blacks and Tans
See our $2.25 Oxfords,
Blacks and Tana.
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
.Free if Tonrs ia
Cost $2 Annually.
c C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Avenue.
mi jiyit)9 sum 9ie,
Large display of "bicycle Binaries.
Lantern, all kinds.
Wood rim and tire cement.
Lantern brackets. .
Toe clips, etc
.dentists Tell Qs U there ire
10 Pounds of Glue
lif Every Man's
We intend to STICK
to the idea of hand
ling the best Candies
and Bakery Goods
in town, if it uses up
our entire supply.
KRELL & MATH
LOOK AFTER YOUR
BREAD and HEALTH
What is more impor
tant than tha 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 tha 's saying a
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Are.
(Columbia Wild .(Cherry Phosphate
IS invaluable for Nervous Prostration, Headache; Dispepsia, Loss of Ap
petite, Impure Blood and General Debility. A MOST DELICIOUS,
COOLING SUMMER DRINK. The marked antiseptic powers of this
preparation render It particularly valuable for the purification of impure
drinking water. To be used as a beverage or for medicinal purposes,
drink three or four glasses a day. After giving, it a trial you will become
convinced it is the best in the market, absolutely pure and free from all
poisonous substances. Beware of so-called Wild Cherry Phosphates, as
they contain mostly poisonous matters. COLUMBIA Is guaranteed abso
lutely pure and wholesome, and makes a most pleasant beverage for sum
mer and winter.
4-ou nee bottle makes 2k gallons -8-ounce
bottle makes 5 gallons -
pOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
Be sure and ask for COLUMBIA. Take no other.
WHEN You WORRY
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 liner was ever
put on display in these parts than the one at our tores. 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.
CLEM ANN 2 SALZMANN
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
Are now prepared show you the new spring styles in
Boys' and Children's Ndvelties
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 rrqure. We have well sewed, well buttoned,
well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splend d wool fabrics in good styles at $2.50,
$2.95, $J 50, $ to 16.90
Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or shield ronts 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, Mothers? Friend Waists.
We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think
Lots of Kn S. & Co. men's suits at $3.oo;$4.90 $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c All wool bicycle