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rran Anauo. hatdhdat. juite aicra.
Nat and below cost!
We bought too large a quantity, and do not wish
to carry any over to the next season, therefore we
offer our Entire Stock of Wash Goods AT AND
' This Reduction in Price is GENUINE, and the
assortment and quality of the goods is as large and
fine as can be found In any store in the three cities.
Don't forget that we still give a premium to each '
purchaser of $10 worth of goods. This premium
amounts to the same as an additional 10 per cent '
Don't Miss This Sale
It Will Save You Money.
Don't wait until the assortment is broken too
much. We will stake our reputation as leaders In
low prices that no other house will give you such
bargains in Wash Goods.
KLUG-HASLER DRY GOODS CO.
217. 217f W. Second St, Davenport, hu
5ee Qur Special Sitl
On Black Kid Oxfords for June.
Comfort and Durability combined.
PRICES THAT TALK
WEIGHT & BARBER
1704 Second Are.
It's a Fair and
Square Flat-footed Fact
That we have reduced the price of all
the Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Drap
eries, Stoves, Crockeryware. Bedding,
etc., we've got in stock. There are no
exceptions and no half-way work, but
$2$ Gasoline Stove
G. 0, HUCKSTAEDT.
1109 and 1811 - -
Every cut is to
The very quick.
- Second avenue
AN ABLE OFFICIAL.
General Agent Stockhouse of
the Rock Island & Peoria.
HIS L0H0 SEBYI0E WITH THE 0 AD.
Ova Tatrty Taws Id
ia Wttfc Btall-
taa If mm Usata la
the Affair at
With the puusnr and freight Af
fairs of the Bock Island & Peoria
railway ay stem to look alter. Robert
Stockhouse ahouldera one of the
most important positions in connec
tion with . the executive business of
that company and one that requires
ability which can only be attained
after loufj and constant application
in the several departments of the
railroad business. Mr. Stockhouse
is a shrewd and deep thinking man
whose broad knowledge of matters
coming in connection with his offi
cial affairs has won him a prominent
standing ia the Western Passenger
association, which embraces all of
railroads of the western country.
Ldcewise aoes Mr. stockhouse stand
high among Rock Island's business
men with whom he is closely asso
ciated in many affairs. His long
connection with the Feoria Railway
company has made him popular not
oniy in mis particular locality, but
In many sections of the state.
Mr. Stockhouse began his railroad
ing career as freight auditor for the
Great Western railroad of Illinois at
Springfield in 1863. Afterward he
was chief clerk of General Freight
Agent E. C Smith, and then left the
service of the company to assume the
duties of assistant secretary of state
under Hon. Sharon Tyndale. - In 1870
he was appointed agent for the Rock-
lord. Kock Island ft St. Louis at
Beardstown, and when the Ohio &
Mississippi railroad was finished
from Shawneetown to Beardstown he
was also appointed agent of that
company at the latter place, being in
charge of the freight and passenger
business of both companies. In 1874
he was appointed representative of
the Rockford, Rock Island & St.
Louis in this city, and two years
later became contracting agent for
the Rock Island & 1'eoria at Daven
port. Two years afterward found
mm serving the same com
pany as agent at Peoria, while in
18SJ he was promoted to the general
agency of the Rock Island & Peoria
ana Chicago, Kock Island at Pacific
companies at Peoria. Two years in
this capicaty and Mr. Stockhouse
was transferred to this city to be
come treasurer and paymaster of the
company with which he is identified
today, having beenf given the general
1 reign 1 anu passenger agency in
Many improvements in the trafflo
facilities of the road are thfs result of
Mr. Stockhouse's energy and enter
prise. lie has been with the road
Al Hough's 513 engine is out of
me kock lsiana s&ops at Chicago.
Merwin Wynes has been promoted
from the shops to extra fireman on
the Rock Island.
John McCormick is breaking in the
Rock Island's 189 engine after a visit
10 me repair snops.
James Tucker's engine, 937, is
around again after a trip to the Rock
Island's shops in the windy city.
Foreman W. H. Stocks, of the
Rock Island, has been called to Chi
cago by the serious illness of his
Al Lund, who runs the Rock Ial
and's new monster locomotive, is
laid up at his home in Chicago with
uraess. ms position is Doing niied
by Fred Brewer. The 1101 makes
regular trip to the city now.
Agent L. H. Greer, of the Milwau
kee, is nursing a sore finger whieh he
sustained while explaining to aome
friends the other evening how his
little son, Horace, had the top of one
of his fingers lacerated by h iving it
caught in the sprocket wheel of a
bike. Mr. Greer's finger got caught
me same way.
Attaches of the Rock Island round
house are having considerable fun
ever one of the hostler's misfortune
in being left at Clinton Decoration
day in company with' two lady
friends, with' whom he was enjoying
a skiff ride when the good ahip sailed
away. They managed to get home
on a Burlington train that night,
Three of the Rock Island's 17-inch
cylinder Towmbly engines, for
merly used on the, eastern Iowa di
vision have been purchased by the
Rock Island & Peoria railway and
have been repainted and overhauled
and will be put oa that company's
passenger runs. The engines now
oa these runs will be put into the
freight business, and three locomo-
Uvea which have been on the ragged
edge for a eouple of years relegated
to tne scrsp pue. . -
Charles Nichols, the ear sealer.
furnished a good illustration of his
influence over the bee kingdom at
the Bock Island depot yesterday by
entrapping whole , swarm of the
noaeymakers. itjwas an unusually
large delegation, which flew in alter
one of the trains. Charles soled
them hovering about the coach.
This he mounted with a good -si zed
box and a club. He began doing
tambourine dance, and in a few min
utes ft was necessary tor him to
mosey, as the bees began to assemble
around the box. ' They all piled in
and Charlie secured bis prise and
took it home.
At Trfnitv Chanel. Rav. W V
Sweet, rector; even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m. x
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector. Celebration at 7 a.
m. Sunday-school at 9:1ft. ..a., m.
Matins at 10:45 a. m. Even . sonr
at 7:30 p. m. -
At the Edgewood Park M.E. church.
Rev. R. G. Pearoe. pastor. Meetings
in Old No. 7 school house. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 10
t. m. Prayer meetincr Wedneadav
at 7:30 p. ni.
The stockholders of the Burling
ton. Cedar Rapids a Northern Rail.
way company have reelected their of
ficers, the directors beinc: R R
Cable, C. P. Squirea, - Lyman Cooke,
rs t r rt ' a .
r.o.. uriggs anu a. aumDau.
At the First church of Christian
Soientists, services at K. P. hall.
Davenport, Sunday at 10:30 a. m.
Experience meeting Friday at 7:30 p.
m. in SwedishiBaotiat churoh. Kock
Island, corner .Fifth avenue and
At tbe United Presbyterian,
Rev. H. C. Marshall. Dastor: aervJeaa
at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sab
bath school at 9:31) a. m. Young peo
ing people's meeting at 7 p. m.
Evening subject. "Echoes from the
At the Uerman M. E. church,
corner of Fourteenth at.reot a.H
Eighth avenue. Rev. William Schoe-
m. and 7:30 p. m. Sundav school
at 9:15 a. m. Epworth League meet
ing at 7 p. m.
At the - Grace Lutheran church.
Rev. 'J. L. Murphy, pastor. Ser
vices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. " Luther
league at 7 p. m. Morning subject,
"Dives aud Lazarus." Evening,
'The Home and tbe Law."
At the First Methodist. Rev. F.
W. Merrell, pastor. Preaching at
iu:a a. m. and 7:45 p. m. by the
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
Morninp snbiect. "Raanantatiln Kin-"
evening. "Christ's Welcome for the
. . ... - - 1 . :.. -..(ni
At the Christian faervicea In tha
court house) preachinsr at 10:45 a. ni.
and 7:45 p. m. by the pastor. Rev.
x. " . uraiton Mornm? subiect.
'The Growth nf Dnnnmlii.llnti.ll.tn
evening. "That Unknown Country or
Questions About Future Life." Sun
day school at 9:15 a. m. Y. P. S. C.
c at t:id.
At the Central Presbyterian, Rev.
Ira W. Allen, Jr., pastor. Ser
vices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:J5 t m
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m Young
people's meeting at 6:45 p. m. Morn
ing Buojeoi, victory." in me even,
ing Rev. W. S. Marquis, of the
Broadway church, will occupy the
At the Immanuel Baptist, Forty
fourth street, preaching at 10:45 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m., by the pastor,
Rev. S. H. Cain. Morning subiect.
"The Trumpet Blast." The Sacra
ment of the Lord'a supper will be
administered at the morning servioe.
In the evening, Children's day ser.
vice. Sunday school at 9:30 p.
m. Young people's meeting at 6:30
p. m. .
At the First Baptist, preaching by
the pastor. Rev. C. E. Taylor. Ph
D. Services .at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45
p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Junior union meeting at 2:30 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.,
Clarence Spaulding, leader. Sub
ject, ''Temperance" a symposium.
Morning subject, "The Baptist Anni
versaries at Asbury Park." Even
ing. "Backbone or With and Without
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Rev. W. S. Marquis. D. D., pastor.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sundav School at 9:1 a. m Tanner
people's mooting at 6:45 p. m. South
Park Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Morning aubject, "Some Significant
Changes la Modern Religious Life."
Ia the evening Rev. L W. Allen. Jr.,
of the Central church, will occupy
- Am Yoa On
Of those uahsppy people who are
suffering wish, weak nerves, starting
at everv aliirht annnil nn.lil In ai.
dure any unusual disturbance, find-
2 Za. f 1 a . a - a
mK 1 impoaBiDie to aieepr Avoid
opiate and nerve eonnonnda. Feed
the nerves upon blood made pure
anu Bourisoing ny the great blood
purifier and true nerve tonic Hood's
Hood's Pills are the best after din
ner pills, assist digestion, prevent
constipation. 25 cents.
Ftmjtmg carta. '
The Cedar Rapids route" high
grade playing cards for sale bv all
agenta of the Burlington, Cedar
Rapids Northern railway at the
following prices: 15 cents per pack;
two packa 25 cents: S1.50 per dozen.
Order direct from aeents or send
stamps or money order to the under
signed, aad cards will be seat post
age or express paid.
J. MOBTOK, G. P. T. A.,
Cedar Rapids. lows.
Tri-Qity Corr pounders Pre
scribe for Themselves, -
THUS esxzD ACTUAL kszttzs.
r ossaeta, jal m
The second annual banquet aad
busiaess meeting of the Tri-Clty
Draggists' association was held is
the Inn at Black Hawk's Wateh
Tower last evening. A party of 60
lnciuaing sue members 01 tbe asso
ciation aad their ladiea were present.
as a Business meeting 01 tae orgaa
tion preceding the festivities of the
evening, officers were elected as fol
lows: President J. W. Ballord. Daven.
Vice President William Clen.
Secretary Charles E. Battles. Mo.
Treasurer T. H. Thomas. Rook
Island. .. .
Corresponding Secretary William 1
Ullemeyer, Rock Island. .
Executive Committee William
Ullemeyer and August - Heimbeck,
Kock Island; C. E. Battles and J. H.
Sohrbeck. Moline; J. W. Ballord and
J. E. Driseoll, Davenport.
w. ii. Marshall displayed a beau
tiful cherry gafel neatly inscribed,
"Tri-City Druggist's Association."
and bearing the skull and cross bones.
wnicn wimam Ullemeyer presented
to the association on behalf of the
Rock Island druggists. .
The banquet followed, ia which
after a season of appreciation of
Manager Linn'a spread, addresses
especially prepared for the occasion
were delivered. C. K. Battles
spoke on "Things as They Used
to Be," his remarks being of
a historical charaoter.and tracing the
druggist in the three cities from the
first at Moline in 1851, at Davenport
in 1855. and Rock Island in 1858, to
the preset- day. A fitting re
sponse Was made by J. H. Harrison.
of Davenport, when J. W. Ballord
spoke on Things as They Are," ad
vancing many wholesome thoughts.
"The Druggist of the Future" was
entertainingly discussed by August
Heimbeek.awhen Frank Nadler re
sponded neatly to the toast, "The
It was altogether an exceedingly
pleasant and profitable meeting for
the profession in the three cities,
which is about as closely and essen
tially identified with our general
welfare as any calling to which mor
tal devotes his talents.
Pal to Palata.
John Miller, of Davenports- was
taxed $3 and costs for a jag. He
paid. . t.
Frank Parker, who attempted to
burglarize A Boro's home on Third
avenue the other evening. William
McNeil and Harry Hynes, two other
hoboes, were given 60 days apiece for
James Gillette, the broken down
piano tuner, was found stretched out
on Fifth avenue, up town today.
His face waa bruised. A load of hops
and the heat were responsible for his
inability to navigate.
Judge Bigelow wound up the af
fairs of the May term of the circuit
court yesterday afternoon and ad
A special session will be held in
July to clear the criminal calendar.
Court will be convened on the 6th.
A motion for a new trial in the
Ruby-Moline Central Street railway
case was overruled and defendant's
counsel gave notice of an appeal.
An order reqairing John Dowar to
pay $10 a month alimony waa en
tered. Coaat c; Manias.
Announcement is made of the en
gagement of George Hess, of the
grocery firm of Hess Bros., and Miss
Achsah Crane, of the Rock Island
public cchool teaching corps. The
wedding will occnr this month.
Tbe engagement of William
Furlong, the popular Fifth avenue
tonsorialiat, and Miss Mary Foley, a
well known Moline young lady, is
announced. . The wedding occurs
Jamea L. Francis, alderman. Chi
cago, aays: "I regard Dr King's
New Discovery as an ideal panacea
for -coughs, . colds and lnng com
plaints, having used it in my family
for the last five yeara, to the exclu
sion of physician's prescriptions or
Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: ! have beea a minister of
the Methodist Episcopal church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Discovery." Try this
ideal cough remedy now. Trial bot
tles free at Harts Ullemcyer's drag
Jaae Kacasataaa mm ta C B. L S r. Sty.
June 9 and 23 home-seekers excur
sions to the west, northwest aad
southwest at one fare plus $2 for
round trip. Jane 10 and 11 one
fare for the round trip to Port
land. Ore. June 13 and 14 one fare
plus tz -to Denver and retrra. Jane
15, 16, 23 and 24 one fare for the
round trip to San Francisco. For
full information regarding above and
many other low rata - exenrions call
at C. B. L A P. ticket office or ad
dress Jobs Skbastiak,
G. P. and T. A., Chicago;
L. M. Allkk,
G- A. P. D.. Davenport.
WHY NOT. BUY
AT WHOLESALE PRICES?
WE ARE GOING OUT
AND SEE THE GREAT
Pretty bed room seta fit each
Very large rfdefeoards quarter
aawed oak and polish faiahed,
large French-plate mirrors; great
bargains at 15.
Nice sideboards as low as ilO.
Birch com blaatioa bookcase aad
writing desk $15; oak at $10.
Ladiea' writing desk, very pret
ty, as low as $5. .
t Nice large bookcases at $5.25.
Fine hall racks, quarter-sawed,
polish finished oak, large French
mirror at $7j
Fine china closets at $9 each.
Bird's-eye maple center tables at
1 1.25 each. '
Matting at 10c a yard aad up. ..
W. S. HOLBROOK,
103, 105, 107 East Second street, - - DAVENP6RT
To the ladies who take advantage of our
Our Ladies' $3 Vici Taa cut to $2.50 last
week did not sell to meet our expectations,
so we have cut the price this week to
Does that suit you? A word to the wise is
J07 Twentieth Street
At the Lowest Living Prices.
STEWART, the Hatter.
MAKE THIS BEAUTIFUL SET ft
OF, TEETH FOR . , , , W
WAIT. STOP AND THINK .
Wan joa caa get tbe mm daatal ana
pwwwiy witaoat pal
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Mboda. TaaaeiarMkaaMaaSpofcIaiachnrasbf our lata anli
Thm XZoder XTm j of Tloylaolaig TewtX
Kecaatattiar taa on father, as tat. Tjsaal arte SB eat Stt. llTn . In j
t talac Sla, aUeag. HsM aad ctaaa, Mf far a Hfatfcaa. SIS.
frMrraia. C sat sat as aad get
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New York Dental Parloro,
if 5 East Third street.
OF BUSINESS. COME
BARGAINS WE HATK.
Beat all wool Carpets, toe par
All wool resaaaats. its per
Very heavy kail wool Carpeta,
SOe per yard.
A few pieces of Body Er seels
left at 85e; Roxbwry Tapestry Oar
pets at S&e.
Good Tapestry Oarpata, ft Me
Tapestry Portion aSlowas$2.M
Best Opaque hading by the yard
la all widths vary cheap te close
All wool ingrain rags, large Hae
of French Wilton, Moquet aad
Smyrna rags very low.
Aim Is to Sell
Summer Underwear, all qualities at 25c to $3.
Shbve the Dollars our way and we'll shove
aoaa far taa laast SMaay ant
a. wit aa (awMcatka la taa
TEETH WITHOUT PLATE.
Taawariay atataa taaaa She aeaw aay yaa haaa
AO tab) wm gastaataaS aaa Saat la taaaSr. I rat af caataa
r srieaa. i i
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