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I TTm WeeAAsr W. JU Ran. I
Pair um'sM and Tl irUr.
"it h" rlMiim in tMPiwrmt'ir.
IB mp ttwrr nae fatlm frosa
New Mesiou uvl Colnrari to north
MimU bat has riaa on eith
Today 't teraparature, M.
8. E Hear,
The new Sim, 8. at C
Buj bona of Raldj Broe.
Moaey to loea. IV. ly Broi.
'pon ihla evenis. D0II7 Broa.
La' Little rta is toe bst brooa
Wail fur tba opealrg; f the S C.
Wet.-h (or tba per.n of tha 8.
McKjwb hat Superior s .ft ezg
(kxd roll batter 15 cents a poaad
al Loaf 'a.
H. F. Cesteel. of 1'arketoa. 9. P..
la la tie ctty.
I J. Farwell, of Preemption, was
la the 0U7 today.
Attead tha crrat bankrupt tale at
Touag A M . Co a be'.
H II cnntiaoe hanjrjjerias; down
prices on overcoats.
Dr. Pattoa's telephone aaa bar ha
been ekeaged to 4174
Jaetiea Heeron. of Port Byroa,
peat the day la tha city
Toa aaa bay a c tUf from Rtdy
roa fma aX) tn $J,000.
David Richardaoa. of Kdfirfoa.
Bade Thb Aan 9 a cell today.
Be la it. wnr a kaot hat. Tou're
aot ia It wlthoat earn M. k.
Bt Patrick's society (irea ila aa
aaal lance raureday. March 17.
Superior anft aa? it a low prtee
fatal. Takee the p.aea f hard ooai.
M AK.ars rednciag thalr stock
of by a clothing with reduced price.
Miee 9uste Derr returaed yeatar.
day after a areek't viait atCauolltoB.
Have tub seat in your ad content
(neaa' Tou aiay gft agoodbxik
A daelrable fruit farm for aala or
trade in Sooth Rick lataad. Reidy
(let tira to aiaka year spring
nit. Me haa the nobbiest good la
Make your guess la The Aams
ad oitaleat. Read offer ia Mother
'Phoae if)' McKnwa. for hard
rood aad t t grade of hard aad
Tha aer board of p ins; esaa
iaar la in sresloa tan afteraooa at
tha city hail
For furnace aad beaiers Snpjrl
or aofi egg caa't bo beat. T y it.
atoRowa haa It.
Or. J. N Miller, of Sherrard. ia
visiting htaaon. Dr. S H Mill aad
Jamee I). Miller.
Daaoa at Taraer hall Saturday
eventae;. Admission ti cents.
Now ia your opportunity to fat
dry it ! at one aarter value.
Youag A McComna.
At (arse's hall tnaigat occur the
aorta! dear K'TC h Tor ahoBta
oonnoll No. . I. O. R M
Badly Bro. have a aice residence
oa Tweat.ath afjajaj tor aala; large
lot, aery desirable location.
N. R. Ziegler. of hloli-e. ha an
anaaced hl raadldacy for the re
pabllraa nomiaatioa for heriff.
What tha New V r ttore, of Chi
eafo. loot I yoar ptia. Sale now
joiBg oa at Yobbit A McCoaBa'.
CoaeaBd aaa the (reat Cooper
iBe of Lon.ion The bneat aad beat
food la the market at K F. Dora'.
Toa'll And all tha pcpalar aobby
aha. lea la ewellna hat, aleo Stronf
A (larfleld celebrated thoaa. M. A
All the lateat deaicae la f oreif a
aad domeatic ;ood eaa be eeen at
R. F. Dnra', tailor. Harper hcata
Daace at Turaer hU Satarday
line .ni 'V n . . cenU
The funeral of Mra N V Ruhnea.
of Davenport, takee place from tha
reeidaaco on Brady atraet. that ty.
at t o'elix'k tomorro aftaraooa.
Rae (eaurire II Thnapoa. tha
harp w i ha arria ed ia tha
city and iwjrin reatral aietiacthia
aeeain la the 1rt Btptial church.
Mien Mari n Haetiag ?aa rary
pleaeantly anrpnaad by a gj;4-.V
of her meada at her It u.- a
Rleranth araaae. lat evaiag. Tb
toa aa tho -e.e'jnti r. -f her
MlfkaMt Honor WarM Fair,
Oo4d Medal. MMwIataW Pair.
A 1NW QfSt WitteS afj TaVtLV PwWfJaTf
.40 YIAR5 THE STA1SDAJUX
birthday, tha eeeBinf beisf; ipeot In
(iicii ar 1 mime.
Tha ladia of tka Ckrtatiaa chorch
will fira a tea at Mra. William So--do'
Thursday from 3 to 'J o'clock.
All yon caa aat for 15 caats Coma.
Rabbi Maorice Tbcrner, of Daren
port, delirered the principal addraa
at tha lay irf of tha corner atona of
the Hebrew tample at Peoria yeater
daj. W F .1 h n" n haa become bfo
oiated with W. B. Ftrfaaon in the
'"aarance and real ettate bst-ineaa.
T M itvle cf the tirm is Fergaaon A
Prof. Rolfe will meet the Uoireni
tr F.itecaion tndj claac Thnraday
afieraoon at It 14V Tboreaa and hi
work will be diacnaaed. All. whether
folder of tirktt or oot. are iaaltcd
to tt,e atajy clef
Bcbaafer attempted to play Catton
60 to 35. cahion carom at Green'
academy, Chicago, jeaterdar. and
fell by thj waride br the following
acorr: Cattoa 35. Scbaeftr 11; t at.
too .15. Sobacfer 33.
Thontx. tata convention of the
To 10; People' Cnrittiaa Endeavor
e- lie-lee will be held in Peoria in
October. The local aosieliei are to
make an : r: 1 bring the 189'J con
vention to Rick I:and
The family of fho lata Simon Poebl
man was raaterday ban 'ed the check
f r tf.(Xy. hla ininranm in th Uort.
era Wuodaen. to wbich order they
uire to axpreaa freiitnde for its
kladae nJ prcroptae.
The 1 .race Lutheran charoh will
five a concert In the church tomor
row evening at 8 o'clock IMfmal..
meata will ba aarved in tba lectnre
room Mia Swinitrnm will retit
aa I tha junior choir will ing.
eorfa . LoUrinnr. the rifth
aveaue crocer, nade ao assignment
n tha oonaty court irterlay after-
aooa taraiaf hla business ovr to
T H MNavia fir dianoial. Thi.
aaaet araeatiaateil at f; with li
abilities of about the same mi. unt.
A ()rum will be.-tn their
rr fire aale Wrdcadav inornlnir.
March i. and will ee!l tbri' entire
to.'k at a rreat -, v :. . . c eiatinf
of hardware, atove. auisk mea! aaai
rliae rtovea, hoaae furaishine good.
otcycia. ete K .. 1C26 1628 Thirl
Th present term of school will
cloe for a week' vacation in two
wk. At the openlci: cf the ncit
trm. March .'V Snnt. Tonnir aaaa
eginniBf; classes will ba started in
all school for children who arc 6
year old All parents wisbinf to
start cklolrea this sprint- should do
so at this time.
The progressive cinch parte given
by Fay lltwce Camp No. Ma R- N.
A . Isst v -nu- at Csrsn ball was a
l ' f 1' affair. The firs, and con-
aolatlon prizes were won by Mrs. M.
J Mnl-ahry tn! Sirs. M 3tmp4"n
raapecllvrlj. Refreshmenta were
aerved, affr which a season of daac
Ing w epjoyed
l ho semi-annual report of Treas
urer M. W. BaUles. of the Hock 1.1-
and Iiilutriei lioinn vti'.n
ahows the etDCCsea tr, havn hnn
11.311 81, while tG1.69 wae dia.
btirsed on interest and debt. The
roreiDts of th- rwpit fmir
I : The total llabilitiea deduct.
in.- assets are 11? 2H 37
Rev. Stickles, of Aiedo. will con
duct the servi es tonieht at tha Sal
vation Army hill. Charles Frye, of
Rock Falls. will assist in the singing
with his banjo. Hugh MoCaw and
Knsign !r vinos have returned from
Alfilo. where ther have been con-
ductiBg union aeetings for the past
uur weeis, with 1h conversions.
M Parker, former proprietor of
Parker's laundry, ctpected to leave
tor ienrer today, bnt oertain cir
rumstances occurred to prevent
Several persons who have not paid
it. ir accounts with him can have an
opportunity to do eo yet. aa ha will
remain the city abont two weeks.
ami .-an tic f uad at 520 Siateenth
I hn (i Whlttier. "The Poet of
New Kaglaad." will be tba subiect
rt Prof. H. W Kolfe'a lecture in thi
I'r.iveralty Kitcnaion eourae at the
ii: n tcaooi t'ui.din,' Thursday tv-
ni-- At the close of tho lecturo
Prf. Rolfa will give reminiscences
f Osfcrd. F.ngland. and Oxford uni
versity, illustrated with stereopttcon
views. Admission. 25 cents.
Prof. John B. DeMotte. of the Dav.
enpnrt Y. M. C. A. Star course, will
deuver his famous lactura."Tbe Harp
of the Senea or tba 8eret of Char
acter RaiidiBtV at the BurU opera
bouse ruler evenier. Max a 1. Re
served aeata aay be acmred at the
a.- aa n . .
1 t rcoas in uivenport or
by teephoaa No 454. "Prof. De
'i t; ia utqaeetloaably tha fiaest
aad siast ?iatibc lactarer on the
mericen platfora today; bath elo
quent aad etpiicit. hating tha happy
(acuity of thoraug hly explaining all
deep. acientiSo problems In a man.
a:r that the child's alad readily
graepa the saLjcct ' N.ws. Opsltcs,
The Colorado Springs GaaetU of
reb 2" publishes a letter received bv
Father F. P. McMaaus. of Man.
itou, from kia brother. John
J. MrMaaas. the Daveaport
bvy who west cowa with tha
bauleehlp Milne, on which ha was
an engineer. Tha letter bears date
of Jan. 28. aad one paragraph says:
"Today 'tea. Blanco aad staff, ac
rompaaled by Gea. Lee. paid a visit
lo cur ship. fMaaco u . fine looking
ie . sr. un.ite vsey.rr. ble predeee
or. Hi viit to our bip look aa
thcafh he thought better of oar pres
ence neve, nowrver we arc not n&p
pH j bate tvervtbiag In readi-
The SteMinj- Washer will
wash anything from a pocket
handkerchief to a Brussels
carpet. A child can run it.
" Riverside Stoves" and
Ranges, and a complete line
of House Furnishing Goods.
Not Very Hard
To satisfy yourwlf In the gro
cery line it ou jnst know where
la go. It don't take Ion; to do
trad i bj at I less Bros'. You have
the largest line In the city 1 1 se
lect !r m. and you're sure to be
pleased. Read the following:
Otinns, Ntw Beets,
(V.: :'jwcr, roup Uoocbw,
Panlej. Ojster Piatt,
Choice Eatiae Apple.
Ii-wstd Talkers, RBSSSSi Chickene,
193 Steal irs. Tslt;ls 15J1.
Another new department ad
ded to our ever increasing
We have the best machine
made. Call and examine and
examine and get onr price.
All kinds of needles, belle,
oils, oil cans, etc.
Jars, batteries, b?lls, push
buttons, solutions, zinc,
etc. at lowest prices.
319321 Twentieth St
TELEPHONE 4 ON 1352.
Get yoar blank books, mem
crandnm books, butcher
book?, grocery books, re
ceipt becks, not books,
draft books, type-writing
paper, carbon paper, type
writer ribbon, filing cases,
ink, pans, and pencila.
Prices the lowest.
Oh as. G. Taylor,
1717 SECOND AVEAUE
Steam Egg Poacher, cooks
eggs in two minutes.
Asbestos Sad Irons, the best
iron on the market.
" HYNES "
Choice of Frames,
Saddles, Handle Bars
and Gears. Speak
quick as the supply
334 Twentieth St., Hook Island.
303 West Third St., Davenport.
Way Down Prices on Overcoats.
gLAD tidings lor a few hundred men who hurry. Mr. Groundhog hints its best to hide in something
u jet. The cost is less now than it ever was or ever will be.
Fine Mellon Oveicoats, satin lined, French
Faciru;, sll newly made this seven,
tfr-reforo cat in the latest agony, value (P7 t(
tO, a bargain at 110, reduced to apisOU
$15 Kersey Overcoats tin fin
Reduced to sJIU.UU
$20 Kersey Overcoats 1C AA
Reduced to laJ.UW
22 Kersey Overcoats 1G Cf)
Reduced to IO.OU
Easy to quota values not easy to give inch goodness aa
these garments show.
ITWO LARGEST AND
Art in Shoes
' IL. fcalaMMaW
MiSt 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
HERE'S A GOOD ONE.
Quinlan still glvea you opportunities to save much money. If you will keep your eye on him 70a
will be money ahead, and get good goods at the same time. Cut out this slip and send it with a
dollar, or order by telephone.
1 pound Butter
The Best Bean lie aster .
1 quart Beans
1 quart Peas
1 quart 8aur kraut
3 1ic7.cn Clothes Fins.. .
1 box Stove Polish
1 quart Cranberries
QUINLAN 'S CASH GROCERY,
1 103 Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Your Money's Worth
JHHIS CUT gives a fair idea of the beauty
and graceful lines in one of our new shoes,
now being shown, in widths from AA to D. One
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. Tans and blacks
in all the different combination tops. Beautiful
blending of shades and
Leader in Reliable Footwear.
All For One Dollar.
1 box Sardines
I can Baking Powder . .
1 dozen Pioklea
1 quart Hickory Nuts. . .
1 pound Prunes
i pound best Japan Tea.
S bars Soap
New styles in Spring Overcoats,
New spring styles In Star Shirt Waists.
New spring styles in Swelldom Uats, including the cele
brated Knox, RoelloS and No Name make.
Better goods at the same prioe or the same gocds at a less
price when you trade at the Big M. & K.
or Your Money Back.
. . . . 10c
warm for a month or to
Melton Overcoats, black or blue, all sit in (7 tn
liiiitig, worth 512, reduced to pf sUv
BOCK ISLAND AND