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THE ABTOa FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1898,
SERVICE IS DISABLED,
Fir Does Great Oam ag to the
Local Telephone Ex
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u i . -ir orriM s Tixk
Fir at 40 this afternoon com
pletely disented t.k j apparatus at the
Bck Island Mcheaat if the Central
Caioa Tltphioe eo&paoy.
Waal tUitd the MBM i a mys
tery to the easpnyed la tat (Bra
It ttartr1 audita It in the key board,
which was a man of flsms in aa ia.
Aa aitrrn was to tbt srt
Intnl. but the wrong numlr was reg
istered at the Contra! Engine honse.
enn mt companies went oa a wi;a ;
gone chase to l.iacida -.he. Aa
enoa as they dicnTtrd where the I Dn't awear If four te'eph ne e
ra was they bas'-ned to the scene. fuc to work They've hai a h-t
aad aooa had Ike flames extln- i er.nuirh time, don "at thn alral
Miaa Bartlt (Mr am. chief operator,
sera the whole apparatus i rtcdtrrd
aetltta aa a reanli of the fire, and that
It will be two cr three daye before
aa equipment to replace it can be
brought hero from Springfield. Ia
the meantime patriot rf the hello
matt poaaem ibeir eonli in patienre,
aa tbt did ia other data t f r- the
modern acieaee brought tb m ibe
ennrenitarea thtv art ttmporariir
Ttwl I'. t O wn
The rtar wheel of the fire trak
broke on Strr.ad avennt near Kigh
tteaih ttrett. fa teriou daaiage
reaalted t tht apptraiu.
(aa "aplog fr m a leaking pipe
ia the office of I. Weal oa get-ond
avenue beoomiag Ifaited reaalted ia
the railing out of the fi;.t department
at 1 o'eloek thi efleraooa. The
bleat araa eitingalshet with a backet
Reel Adema' atw ad.
See Adama' apring ad.
Bar a home of Reid y BroaV
Kiaihip a refreatag am ke.
Dree aad ehioktaa el BaW.
Sma.ley bioy-!e, .5 at HyneV.
Working ahoet It M Ma Brne'.
Lee I iltle learn it the bee. tenm.
Mta'e fi alet at 1 V Dolly
fc raata. Dolly
8e our J atiff bat Stwart, the
Spring ehickeai e Htea Brot' tc
The lineet amoher ia the bunch
( od mil Latter IS ctnte a poaad
Men'e 1 X abets at V 2S at
Dol it Broa.
Oet ia the pro'rsai-n aad smoke
J f MNalaey. of Hampton, was
la the i tt today
M. A. Steele, of Chicago, was in
tht tlly ytaurday.
Mrs. LaFreaa ia oloring some
gr.Mt bargains in hats
The D-jrhtta emornS'ry hoope
Boston store. Davenport
Irta-et tarkeja, ducks an I ehl k
awe at B. Trcaaan'a Sobs'.
Mrs Dr R. A. Rirees. of Orha. la
Ttsiting friends ia the city
A w s nse H. Tremaaa'e Soas'
pure kettle rendered leaf lard.
Daalap kata tomorrow at Stewart's,
the batter. Call aad lea them.
Miae J. mes' dancing clas meets to
night at tht Standard club rooms.
l.tttuce. celery, aweet potatoea,
eannel ami balk oysters at Long's.
Alt replte to Tua Asuti ad con
test must be m by a o'clock tonight.
The spring at; le Dunlap hate oa
sale t-rn. rr a'. Mewsrf. tie hat
New faacy aek wear for ladies just
retivel nt ibt II si. n st. f.. Devon
Mr and Mrs it S Gim aad chU.
drtn have rrtarntd home to Shaffer.
A. J. Paoghertv. of feorie. will be
new collector of the Fifth IVrla di
New lnneh cloths (lee qaality.
Mlgttoet nosjora-WeeisJ'a Fair.
OeM Mastal. MMvHatar Pair.
A "toe tseee Ceaasj at Ti
40 YEAMS THE STANDARD.
'bed, nu cent. Bo Hon store.
a a .
. wtinre net ai a price
that wi.i p!eae tou go to Stewart,
New reedy made ladles' uita. jack
eta cape aad akirta at the Bjatoa
B-..'o r has just received another
lot of robber ehora of all ai;a
I 1 !
The m u beeutiiol creations ia i
atw ti'.k' aad trimminir. B lcni
l. H Cable ras a t-legratu from
Hoa Baa T. Cab announcing bis
eafe ar leal ia New York.
Seventy Ere pitree Gold Medal
h!cs m .'. . plain ard faiM y weave
Rraton store. Davenport.
P- k ttnderl mh, spsreribs. saus
age rn.it. lf la-. I and dress, d pics
feat at H TwBri,', n
H(wl ck tonight o!oes tne
garsing cue . st on the Aiaetej ai:S
Hel J ..r eusftr i'- bj lht Urn's.
Nt MeeltSai la lelllaea. Bo
man scarf and foni i poods 1 st re
ceiTcl. Boetoa atom D re c port.
W 0 Gttrisoo. of F rt Haifa,
loara, hai btn ra!d to the aecre.
of the l)vtnpjii Y. M
Fresh bro d, ihr.'e loaves for 10
cents; freih eggs '.5 cats a drxn,
ard cranb riics only 6 ccLts a ousrt
Intiai Schocker has reslgnt d his
position at M. O Uriswold' to cm
bark in the bicycle business in 1 i.
apait with Walter Hnes.
Jen K M Wilcox instituted a
La 'its' Vetc ran lU-lief aualliarv to
tht U. V V. at (iaNsburg last even
ing with M chirler members.
A few tf sp rty inclination in
dotged in a little chicken bat le np
town last night in a ttciuded place.
Tbara were no disastrous results
line's bow many displav sda will
ti in I'.trrrr.ar ...nl.,.'. Lma . f
- MOT J Urni fcy i
T' r AK ii office before H o'clock to-1
nigM. fee may get a good bookl
Tht will of the late Calharine Mnr-1
pnj. of Ibis city, was probated to.
day It was drawn March 31. 197.
and by us terms, the teitatrla's
brother. Poiiip Cron'n. receives all
of her prcperty.
The children of the late Mia John
Hsnsa desire to express thanks to
all who wore so kind t- theni in
their Ute sorrow, and mr- especi
ally ti Kcbekah degree, I. (J. O. .,
r i ;h. r frienda for 0 jwers.
The comic opera, -Miksdi." was
nrxvasfnliy of ouced In MsalbM last
"Viriing by a tne ta:.. : ! i the b-o-
St or the city hospital under the di
re, don rf f'rof. WiKiam A. Bakr.
who recently pat on -rowhatati '
Ted Sj.:.rei. of Wsstiu. tor. n
the HalaaM dub next eeaaa. The
franchise has teer. turned ever to
' ... 1'h i, i , .,-u.i I'niPir p.sver.-.
and pi r-ii.i to Lave m t!rat-clsK
Miss Nellie B!oomratent-rtained
1 1 i f her little frtecds last ivenir.ir
at her h me on 1 woifth street. Af-iri
tori ejuinjf tin rof Ives in plavint;
tiaraca they marched Icto the dinirc I
nail, where dencious iipr was
U Ud rnmora of anic.de ate rife in J
relation to the demise of an oM !
citlaen which tcccitly occorndj
in s.ar C. r : i r Fthart was noti-1
tied at the time af the death. aLd in-j
vestifaud it. and found that it was
due to natcrel causae. !
Mr andMts H C S:hnbert de-
who rendered them kiadcess during
their late jjrief .nd partic tlarly t"
Rev. Krocfcr a-.d the choir of the
Ittrman Kvanp; iical enurcb. aad to
those who sent beantifn! fljwera.
It is anr-un-e j ha. H-rt Lovett,
M f Rev. Iovett. the former Davl
tnport cierevman. will auc?ed Cant.
W. C. Knaack as master f tht Rock
laland-CHntc n packet. Vt rae Swain.
Mvett takes to water like a dnck.
Re war pilot on the Sidney last;
"v.""- . ... . f
-Mm. atary Aieinxa.er tied at ner
home, il3 Seventh avenue, this
morning, from the (fleets of a snrgi-j
cal operation. Sh was 43 years f '
age, aad is survived by her husband. 1
Joha Kleinuaier. Funeral acrvicea
wUl be bald at the roidcnce at 3 p I
m. Sunday. i
Mr. aad Mrs. L W CIcmjts. of
r.eatant a::ey ttwnahip. Scott
coanty. celebrated incir gold'n wel-l
ding anniversary yesterday. Ttoi
conple re-ceiv. d numer. us hsn Isome
aad aoomnriate nre.er.ta i honor ,.f I
the occasion Ibeir tevca children;
and 2. graid rhi.dreti were present
Tht Peasant s ; .iad iiroppii in
and farniahed muaic f r the festivi
Ttis WfSUtr Wf Wax Ba
Fair tnn:f.t: probably snow ti tr
ritt sat unlay sraraaer.
The weaiber Is amorally clear t Ms
avrr..- tmm Vie lkj
.0 ut MisMs ppt
l rtv-1 Dilation s repwtel
a L Unrr. Observer.
Tkc aadtrsicDcd wishes to inform
ibe peb'.ic that the firm of Baker
Bierer Las been mutually diasvlted.
Fraak Beer renalna in the baai
- aad will rcewiee a.1 moniee aad
pay all debte of a'1 firm from this
date. Sijrced. Fcase Blbckk.
RIVERSIDE STOVES and RANGES
The Celebrated Mettled Stone
Wr.tcr F. Iter has beea fally
cited. ( Ivor SOJ in use in Rock
I'lacd) and ila merits e;k,;i-.:
as peaaaaatag every praoticil
ad. p.: r. for family ose, render
ing the mcsr impure river, well
or rain water free from all or
gsn'c mat'er. taste cr smell. It
is the be8t Filter on the market.
It purines as well as fillers the
water. It is made in four sizes.
Call and examine them.
10 -ni.-'.y youthen tne gro
ctry liae if ou inst know where
to gx It don't take kaaj to do
trading st Iles Br..s'. You have
the la-ge-t line in the i ity t se
bjtl fr.m, and you're sure to be
pleaW. Read the following:
Hiioot, New Itcctf,
CanliflsareT, Ht$ r.nnthif,
CrUrj, r-r !:inherf ,
Parlr. Oj'tcr T.aiit,
Choirt Eating Apples.
iteetiae, l. . lawaa,
N "'' -Taik,i
I)r. Ml cbicketp.
Mrs. Pott's sd Irons, consisting
of S Irona. atand and handle,
j not the cheap kind, for
1 10-quart fin Flarine Pails
I., ,., .., ,
I '' l""
!" 'iu"' f" Coffee Pots
l('-quarl Chamber Pails, nicely
painted inside acd out lie
Bread Bd 35o
. Wash Boiler, heavy tin copper
the $1 km J for tfig
Surprise Ejrg Beater lo
lDl Tin Cups ic
Nutmeg Grater ic
Machines. Needles. Bells. Oils. etc.
FbU Itno of supplies,
, , - . aaa . - -
3'9 3' T Wtlelh bt
TELEPHONE 4 OU"
Get your blank bocks, mem
orandum books, butcher
books, grocery books, re
ceipt books, note bcoki,
draft books, type-writing
paper, carbon pa.er, type
writer ribbon, filing cases,
ink. peat, and pencils.
Prices the loa-cst.
cibas. G. Taylor,
1717 SECOND AVLNUE
Contains Every Desirable
Feature of Modern
They aro Models
f nvenience and
Ve have them in all
sues, ana u in need or a Btora it
will pay you to call and examine
the largest and best suck of
Stoves and Baagaa in the city.
Has in stock 'oS models
of Tinity,,, "Andrae,"
"Clipper" and "Regalia"
'TE also carrv a
full line of tires,
pedals, saddles, chains,
ami cycle supplies; we
do nicklingand enamel
ing at right prices.
324 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
303 Weft Third St., Davenport.
1.409 f BiTbldM eaTM ats .
. mm.mmkm .,. a
Allll ll.li.-.-j fr.w m
Fi::i' aWHsa OwmMbbj satin lined, French
Fai-itL', all newly luade u.: teaton,
th.refure rat in the latest acony, valBB K(
tU, a bargain at $10, reduced t. vl.OU
f IS Kersey Overcoats Clfl flil
Reduced to &IU.UU
20 Kertej O . ercoats c fn
Reduced to 10. UU
m Kersev Orercoats eg r-f
Reduced to ID.OU
Easy to quote value- not easy to give such goodness as
theie garments show.
Art m Shoes
Must be Seen to be Appreciated.
And our prices are very noticeable, as our $3, 3.50 and
$4 lines compare favorably with shoes that you have been
paying considerable more for. Our sizes run to 8's and
widths AA to EE. You will find in our windows an end
less variety of Spring Styles, and to see them is to buy
yuinlan still gives you opportunities to save much money,
will be money ahead, and get good goods at the same lime,
dollar, or order by telephone.
QUINLAN'S CASH GROCERY,
1 103 Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
- - t. L . .
..uuuitu uicu woo nurry. Mr. irounanog nmts Its best to hide in something warm lor a month or so
now than it ever was or ever will be.
Your Moray's Worth
now being shown, in widths
of the latest style lasts,
In the history of the shoe trade in Rock Island was
such an array of up-to-date footwear shown as at
ADAMS for the coming season,
in all the different combination
blending of shades and
Leader in Reliable Footwear.
A GOOD OIVE.
All For One Dollar.
1 pound Bntter lc 1 1 box Sardines 10c
The Best Bean Rraster lc J 1 can Baking Powder 25c
1 quart Beans lo j I dozen Pickles 10c
1 quart Teas 1 1 quart Hickory Nuts 5c
1 quart Saurkraut lc 1 pound Prunes 10c
3 atv.cn Clothes Pins lc pound best Japan Tea 25c
L box Stove Polish lc 3 bars Soap 7o
1 quart Cranberries lo
Melton Ovii -
New st vies in Spring Overcoats,
New spring styles In Star
New spring gtyles in Swelldom Hats, including the cele
brated Knox, RoellolT and No Name make.
Better goods at the same price or the
price when yon trade at the Big M. & K.
or Your Money Bzck.
idea of the beanrv
one of our new shoes,
from AA to D.
Tans and blacks
If you will keep your eye on him you
Cut out this slip and send it with a
r -m. J.
;.! - . Iilark or blue, all eat in fl7 CA
1111111?, worth nduced to pi ,oJ
same gocds at a leai