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THE ABQTJ8. T7EDNE8 DAY. APBIL 14, 1097.
f Fair weather tonight and Thcrs
? day; r'stng temperature ; winds
TM weather baa become genera
ally "clear, only a few local spots of
cloudiness appearing on this mora
The fmperatnre has fallen some- $
what along the Mississippi and risen 5
in the Kncky monnUin region, while
but little change has occurred be
tween Today's temperature 54.
v w UT . m M r
Bay horn Eeldj Bros.
Money to loan Bsld j Bros.
Bee Earned & Von Manr ad.
Adams sells Peaslee'a shoes at hall
Spring chickens dressed to order.
The prettiest line of neckwear in
the city. Stewart, the halter.
Mrs. William X. Glenn, of Coal
Valley, was in the city today.
Matting 9 cents and np at Splcer's,
Fourth and Harrison, Davenport.
Early Ohio seed potatoes, bulk
Tardea and grata seeds at Hess Bros.
The ladies' green vici-kid oxfords
at Adams' are beauties; nice for Eas
ter. Ed Merrill, of the Milwaukee
office, is confined to his bed by ill
ness. The annnal report of City Treas
urer Chamberlin appears in this
Don't bay what Ton don't want.
but see Andy, the tailor and get
11.50 bora at Ad.ma' 3 Pal.
shoes out of style is the reason for
$1.25 bays at Adams' Peaslee's
1360 shoes not up-to-date style,
therefore the cat.
Cat prices on farnitare and mat.
ting at Spicer's. Fourth and Harri
Remember the sapper and enter
tainment at the M. E. obureh tomor
row night, April 15.
For men only. The prettiest lot
of Easter bonnets you ever looked at.
Stewart, the hatter.
L. S. McCabo, of this city, has
been chosen as one of the petit jurors
In the United States district court at
The sharp point shoe is out of date,
ladies. Go to Adams' and bay the
coin" toe; they are up to date,
Men's $2.90 Russia welts in tans
and oz-blooda beat any $3.50 thoe in
town. See thtm and be convinced.
Miss Estes will resume dressmak
ing at 2308 Fourth avenue, and will
be pleased to see her old friends and
Miss Tillie Donald returned to her
home at Loding. 111., after a three
weeks' stay with Miss Anna Biehl,
The $2.50 ladies' dark chocolate
and dark wine lace shoes at Adams'
are beauties. Others have them in
the window for $3.
Do you know we make suits to or
der for $12.60 up, and guarantee a
perfect fit and cut in the latest styleP
Stewart, the hatter.
Quick sales. Small profits. Our
$3 hand turned os-blood is a beauty,
ladies. No machine in ado shoes.
Soft as a glove. The Boston.
Ladies, don't fail to aee our $2 80
line of chocolate lace boots. They
are the best you ever saw. Every
pair warranted. The Boston.
Cloth too chocolates E2.4A. l.iHic.
thla Is a beauty. See them, to ap
preciate tkem. Fqual to any $3 shoe
in the trl-olties. 1 he Boston.
Don't waste roar time looking for
the air ship.' but tee Andy, the
tailor for a nobby spring suit. Now
is the time to leave your order.
Bay your spring hat of Stewart,
the hatter,' and you are sure of get
ting the proper style as well as the
very best for the price tint can be
Easter shoes. Big variety in men's,
ladles, etc. All the leading shades
and new lasts. Oar $3 hand turned
ox-blood for ladies is a beauty. The
Simon A Mosenfeldcr's stock is go
lag lively, but time is short and
those wanting to take "advantage of
their great price reductions should
delay no longer.
A real estate exchange has been
established in the Krell & Math
Highest Honors WorM' Fair,
building. F. H. Davis is the man
ager and McCaskrin & McCaskrin
If there Is anything you are look
ing for in the line of a suit of clothes
and you can't fiad it don't forget to
see Andy, the tailor. He can suit
While Simon A Mosenfelder have
still a great many 'goods to sell, vet
their stock is daily growing less. The
1 mger you watt the more you are apt
not to find jour size.
A party of railway officials, includ
ing A. A- .Robinson, president of the
Mexican Central, went east over the
Rock Island last night in Central
Mexicano, a private car.
The will of the late Michael Curry,
of Coal Valley, has been probated In
the county court The testatrix
leaves all of his property to his
widow, Mrs. Miry Carry.
Shoe special. $3 for ladies' ox
blood tarns, which equal any $4 shce
in the city. A rich, deep shade,
very soft and fine. Every pair war
ranted. AA to D. The Boston.
M. O. Griswold & Co. will nickel
plate your bicycle, and make it as
nice as new. They do all kinds of
electro plating. No job too small or
too large to receive prompt attention,
t tJzr. Jacob Giles, mother of Officer
Kilo, returned to her home at Pea
body, Km., last night, accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs.C. M. Vaughn,
and her son, E. A. Giles, of Atlantic,
Tonight at Harper's theatre
the Van Dyke & Eaton company will
present the musical farce comedy
entitled. "A Freak of Nature." Ad
mission 10 cents to all parts of the
Col. A. B. Baffington is at Rock
Island arsenal to move his household
effects to his new post at Dover, N.
J. Col. Buffington states that the
health of Mrs. Buffington is much im
proved. Walgren, the portrait artist over
the M. & K. store, has the best $10
kodak made for sale at hif
It is a 4x5 Velox magazine camera
ana carries dozen plates without
reloading; lens will cut 4x5 to 8x10
Ensign Rogers will have charge of
the Salvation Army meeting tomor
row night and will be assisted by a
part of the Davenport corps. Satur
day night and Sunday meetings will
be in charge of Ensign Davis, of
Tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 6
o'clock "Heine" Holdorf will carry
bricks two hours, and all his friends
may see the interesting walk at Fif
teenth and Second avenue. It's
another of the results of Mr. Med ill's
Mrs. Mar vin Beardsley was agree
ably surprised by the Jolly Octavo
Cinque club last'evening. The time
was passed in card playing, music
by the Symphony Mandolin club, and
dancing. Luncheon w'as served at
Rev. Ira W. Allen, Jr.. and Orrin
Leonard, of the Central Presbyterian
church, and Mrs. J. Ross Mills. Mias
Fannio Cleland and Capt. A. M.
Beardsley, of the Broadway, attend
ed the meeting of the Rock River
Presbytery at Aledo yesterday.
Families havinr rooms that can ha
used for lodging by visiting teachers
to Rock Island during th stt
vention, occurring April 22, 23, 24,
are requested to send names and lo
cation to Harper House stating num.
oer mat can oe accommodated.
The greatest clothing sain Ilnr-lr Tal-
and ever bad is drawing to a close.
and Drndent bnvnra nhnnlri nnt ln.a
a golden opportunity to buy such
ciotning ana inrnishing goods as Si
mon k nioeenieiaer are noted for
keeping at such great mice redac
Hello! Did you see the air ship?
No. but I taw SntlifT' mac-nlftoont
display of wall tinner. wWh ; r
aerial imagination, but the real
mmg; cis prices are away down, too.
It will Day TOO to dron in .n.1 Tnnlr
at his stock! You know the place,
upiiuBiie iao new court nouse.
The people's attentions are equally
ivided at Preient hp t arson iko :.
ship and Satcliffe's magnificent dis
play of wall paper; although the air
ship may be imagination, Sutcliffe's
wall paper is the real thing, and per-
ub uccuiui; wan paper should look
over his stock before buying elsewhere.
A special Easter service for the
members of Everts Commandery 18.
K. T.. their ladies and fri
be held at the Broadway church next
C .. ,1 - , . .
.iierucon at a:au. Everts
commandery will attend and it is ex
pected the Davenport commandery,
wuicn u&i uisd invitea, win also par
ticipate. Danny Sweeney, the hard-hitting,
little outfielder of the Rock Island
team of '94, Is causing Manager Can
tillon, of the Dabuque club, consid
erable uneasiness, as he is several
days over-due in reporting for duty,
having been algoed for the season.
He is reported to have engaged to
play in an independent club atet
ville, near New Haven. Conn.
Sty K.lft-htwr TM M.
About Hood'a SaraarjarilU nil .t.
vised me to try it. This is the kind of
aaverusing wnich gives Hood's Sars
aparilla the largeat sales in the
world. Friend tells friend that
Hood's Sarsapvilla cures; that it
fives strength, health, vital! mil
vigor, and whole neighborhoods use
is as a lamuy medicine.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
AfJimCiMAatimiiTssa.J e I
Hood's pills act easily and prompt
ly on the liver and bowela. Cura
J M K
Crescents are light, rigid, of the
best material, and beautiful in de
sign and finish.
Call and examine the 1897 Models
and select vour 1897 Mount.
1615-3817 . SECOND AVENUE.
Always come to us. Our
line is always complete and
cur prices are consistant
with the quality of our
goods. Good groceries are
always wortn a cent or two
more. Glance at the list:
j Head Lettuce,
Wild Ducks and Oysters.
Strawberries, Pineapples .
Coco s nut.
Blood oranges and
SPECIAL Ladies' ox-blood, hand
turned, lace boot, a deep, rich shade.
very soft and fine, widths Q
AA to D, 0
1 Mf4:ia1 k.A.1.t. 1 .Lit a.
UBurea luuifUiaio mvu, VlUia IOp,
coin toe A to E. every pair O AO
warranted, (worth $3 rO
Ladies' chocolate vici. (the new
shade) coin toe, every, pair O QQ
warranted, A to E, -00
A very swell array of ladies' fine
Oxfords in blacks and colors, also
patent leathers, all new lasts. AA
1717 Second Avenue.
i f r r n m M m m m m M ,r m n ft
IS now in full swing. The excellent stock sold us by the Klug-Hasler company at about one
third its original cost is being carried away by thousands of pleased people. Never was there
so large a stock ($50,000) of high grade stylish goods placed on the market ' in this part of the
country, and never were such LOW BANKRUPT PRICES made for such goods.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
will be THREE BIG BANNER DAYS for bargains. 25. 5 and 75 per cent saved on many
lines to the patrons of this sale. These few quotations will give you an idea of the way goods are
40 Ladies' Spring Jackets, are all
last season's styles and told
from i 50 to $7 each, sale price
Covert Suitings, look like wool. 71-
were 12Jc, sale price 2W
Boys' 25c Negligee Shirts, assorted
patterns, for 15o. Men's that ACf
wete 60q for
Prices on the Coraet Stock to close. 60d
corsets for 25o. 75c for 49c, X for
69c, tl.25 for 79c. $1 50 for X 70
99c, 2 25 for W-49, 2 50 UtQ? M
A pile of Dress Goods, composed
of Cashmeres and Novelties, W
were 22c to S5c, your choice..
1,000 yards 12e Percales, one
yard wide, no such values to te
found anywhere, for, per yard.
1.500 yards fine imported Printed
urganaies, were 35c to 45c, sale Or
price, per yard .
Men's Flannel Shirts, were 75c
and 98c, for 48c. Others were Ci Os
11,60, sale price 5OC
Maslin Night Gowns, were tl-25,
for 75c; Drawers. Corset Cov
ers and Infants' Wear in pro- OjBr1
portion; 91.75 Gowns for "OL
Cheeney Bros'. 24-inch, ft Silks
for 63c; 75c double warp Suraha
for 39c a yard; f 1 colored Satin dZ
1,100 yards fin lOo Dress Ging
ham, assorted colors, for 6c a
yard; 25c Zephyr Ginghams for
20 pieces Cotton Crepes, eight
suaaes. were 12 J c, closing sale FZf
price, per yard.
Men's neckties, the 39o quality Qr
for 10c; 60c for..; 1
Easter Kid Gloves 4-button suede,
were 11.60, now 98c; 8-button
Mosquetaire. were 2, tor 98c;
4 button Glace, were 2. for
tl.25; 5-hook 95e Misses' for... OVC
10 lines of Silk marked away
down; fl.84 Crystal Silks, in
several desirable shades, tor,
per yard CtAw
MARNED & VON MAUR,
At the Kla&r-Hasler Stand, Davenport.
Drink "ROCK ISLAND" BOHEMIAN, because
they know it is the best, and what they say goes", See?
If you want an absolutely pure beer, either for a tonio, or
to make home cheerful, call up telephone 1089 and you
will be sure of getting ihe best.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
AT THE CLUB.
We have been building bicycles for
years; we believe our product, the
Steams, represents just what is desired
by the rjding public.
Made throughout with extreme care,
without an excess ounce anywhere,
with balls as fin n TnoAinm
I 1 II I. null 1 j II
make, bearings as true as can be turned
from steel these are the secrets of the
proverbial easy-running qualities which
have made the Stearns noted.
Rather than take this statement with the proverbial grain of
salt, don your most critical mood, call at the store of our dry agents
and ask to see the new Yellow Fellows.
E. C STEARNS & CO..
Syracuse, N. Y., Buffalo. N. Y.,
Toronto, Out. Sam Francisco, Cai.
C. A. SPENCER, Agent. Rock Island.
It is with pride we point to our new stock of Confirmation Suits, to the perfection of style and the very low prices wa are able to quote for the best and most
thoroughly made and meritorious garments. As the time for confirmation approaches the question of confirmation suits will engace the attention of parents to
whom it Is very Important to get the best value for the money; thus It Is that we direct our attention to several Hues, which we confl-nt! believe cannot be found
elsewhere at the price.
Naval Vestce Suits.
Naval Vestee suits, with maroon and green velvet vests
and collars 50 junior suits for little tots 3 to 6
years old, all wool treveots. in bluo, gray and brown
trimmed with braid; good lookers, good wearers and
good fitters, worth $2 of any person's money, at....
Yestee suits with two separate collars and vests 200
boy's knee pacts suits, ages 4 to 16 years, strictly all
wool cassi meres and cheviots, dark and light colors,
double seat and knee, smaller sizes handsomely
trimmed with braid, extra well made, 13 quality, at
Silk Blouses and Star Shirt WaUts
Boy's long pant suits, ages 14 to 19, made of Hawthorne
cassimere, most celebrated wearing goods at the
price made, in different patterns and colors, will
wear equal to $12 or $15 suits, selling price (the same
quality in men's suits at the same price, $4 90)
Wear Knox Hats and S. & G. Shoes.
75 conCrmatioa suits for boys wearing short trousers,
made of fine all wool worsteds, warranted fast colore, AO rtr
with ailk. positively cannot match them elsewhere sfjQ HQ
for less than $5, we have placed them on sale at.... ws WW
Sailor suits In white, green, blue and tan shades 48
bine sailor suits, with deep ssilor collar, trimmed
with braid, sizes S to 6. jutt the thing for little fel
lows to romp and roll about in, estimated value $1.60.
Vestee Suits With Reversible Collars.
90 boy's long pant suits, ages 12 to 19, made of pure all
wool worsteds, in plain black and bine, especially
adapted for confirmation suits, fine fitting garments,
txoellently trimmed and sewed, similar suits at less.
60 dark blue cheviot suits sises S to 18, knee trousers,
not all wool, but good wearing quality, equal to those
usually retailed at f 2, oa sale at
We do not pretend to perform wonders, bat we proudly claim the distinction of earryinc (be most
meritorious, the mo,t prrfect Ctog, and decidedly tie largest and saost prettiest line of child
ren's novelties in this vicinity.
ML & K.
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