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Vfce Waatha We Hay Hay.
Colder and partly cloudy to
night with light frost; fair and
Today's temperature, 41.
P. H. Dun, Observer.
Bead Swanaon'a ad. )
Bay a home of Beidy Bros.
Special hat sale at Byrnes'.
Lee's Little Gem la the best broom.
Boy a chamber act this week at
Eckhart'a is headquarters for fish
fag tackle. -
E. W. Lewis left for Chicago this
morning on business.
Order your fresh fith at Hess Bros.'
tomorrow. Phone 1031.
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Marquis, of
Chloago, are visiting in the city.
Bon. E. W. Hurst leaves this even
ing for a week's business trip to Ne
braska. Fresh catfi.h, black bass, snnfish,
perch and pickerel, at Htss Bros.' to
morrow. Mrs. Morris Heagy has gone to
Harper, Kei, to visit her sister,
Mrs. H. Garrett.
Trinity Improvement guild will
meet at the rectory tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. E. A. Fisher bought the stock
of a C. Taylor at sheriff's sale yes
terday for 1916.60.
Have your tailor gowns made at
Dunoan'a, corner Brady and Second
Percy C. Webber, of Boston, passed
through the city last night enroute
to Los Angeles, Cal.
Dr. Joseph De Silva is back at his
offioel again, after several weeks'
absence in the south.
Company A, I. N. G.. held its
ami-monthly dancing party at the
armory last evening.
This it the last week of the as.
aignee'a sale of Book Island factory
ladies' shoes at the Peaslee shoe store.
Frank A. McNeill, of Chicago, who
will be wedded to Miss Florence A.
Stewart Thursday, has arrived in the
Stylish tailor made gowns at Dun
can's ladles' tailoring establishment,
corner Brady and Second stroets,
W. W. Collins, of Chicago, sup er
lntendent of the Book Island divis
ion of the C, M. & St. P. railway,
was In the city yesterday.
Miss Margaret Berry, of Chicago,
has arrived In the city for an ex
tended visit with her sister, Mrs. S. f .
Henderson, 220 Thirty-ninth street.
The entire stock of Book Island
feotory ladies' shoes at the Peaslee
shoe store is to be closed out this
week for lesa than it cost to make
Miss C. Haas is pleased to announce
that she has recovered from her ill.
ness and is now able to receive her
customers at 223 West Second street,
If yon are in need of anything in
the millinery line it will pay yon
to oall at 108 West Second street,
Davenport, Swanson's. Bead ad. in
The Young Men's society of the
German Lutheran church will give a
tapper at their rooms, 1915 Fifth
avenue. Wednesday evening, from 5
to 8. Tickets 25 cents.
When in Davenport the ladles
ought not to forget to visit Ottesen's
millinery establishment. It is an
up-to-date plaoe, and in style and
low prloes seoond to none.
The committee having in charge
the entertainment of visitors to the
cornerstone exerolses to be held
April 27 are request all churches and
other organizations desiring to fur-
th tho method and results wnen
rupof Figs is taken; it is pleasant
refreshing to the taste, and acta
itly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
er and Bowels, cleanses the eya
4 effectually, dispels colds, read
ies and fevers and cures habitual
cstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
nly remedy of ita kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
iU action and truly beneficial in ita
effect, prepared only from the most
healthy ana agreeable substances, ita
many excellent qualities commend it
to ail and have made It the most
popular remedy known.
fcyrupof Figa is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug
giata. Any reliable druegist who
may not bare it on handVill pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wiaheatotry it Do not accept toy
cujFczziA m srnv? ca
44 flUMQXO, C4i.
Burns is quite ill with pleura
onia at Si Anthony's hospital.
n:n mens ior sucn visitors to re
port Msj. Char;es Hawes at the
earliest moment. Burton F. Peek,
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Wylie. of Davenport, vras burglar
ized while thev were at ohnrch Snn.
day evening. About 300 worth of
jewelry and $15 in money was taken.
silent improvement wi nntprf in
his condition this moraine, as hii
many friends will be prtifirt tn
Mrs. Gottlieb MaetW
publiclv exDress her crratitnrlA tn
members of toe Modern Wocdmen,
the Stonemason's union and neigh
bors and friends generally for k nd
ness during her late affliction
Martin FOX of Cincinnati.
dent of the Iron Molders Union of
North America, addrtaied a meeting
of molders at Boohe's hall last night.
oar. rox stoppea off here on his way
to St. Paul, for which city he left today.
The renublican senatorial convn-
lion of the Thirty-third district hits
been called for the conrt honse In
this city Saturday, Miy 28, at 11 a
m. ior tne nomination or a candidate
for senator and two reore?entative
in the general assembly.
A special train cf 19 Pal man tnnr.
ist cars. "emD'ies." went neat n
the Rock Island this mornin? at 9
'clock, bound for Fort Reno. Indian
Territory, for the purpose of convey
ing the government troops there to
mesomo. ine regulars will very
likely bs brought back through Rock
The three wasrons for the Rock
Island health department have ar
rived from the works of the United
States Sanitary company at Wash
ington, D C. The conveyances in
olude two carts and a wagon, and
are neatlv D&ioted preen with rH
wheels and rue ning gear. 'I hey are
lettered. "Rock Island Health n-
partment," and numbered 1, 2 and 3.
The appearance of the Slavton in.
bilee sin E-er s at Harner'a theatra
Thursday evenin? will be an occa
sion of no little interest to all lovers
or the melodies for which the co'ored
people of the south are so famed.
The company is composed of a num
ber of solo vocalists, and whether
taken individually or collectively
they render those delightful songs
as no other people do or can.
J. A. Thornton, of Snnth Mn.
line, who was defeated for supervis
or by Louis O. Johns, the democratic
oandidate. was down at the court
house the othtr dav seeking
consolatioa from his 'a. a. n
brethren, and altemntincr to
explain how he lost his drg in hi
oure. Jir. I horn ton has served with
credit on the cointy beard two years.
us is a jouy, pooa naturea man, and
maae many friends who will miss
The Modern Wordmfin director
are in session today at the head office
investieatiD? the prist of death
claims which have accumulated dur
ing the past month. Directors
White, Talbott and Oaackenhnsh
and Lieut Gov. W. A. Northcott.
head consul of the otder. have ar
rived. Gen. Ree 'C is expected to
morrow. The directors have a con
ference with the Labor C- egress to.
night. Lve this afternoon the otder
decided to protect the policies of
members who volunteer in the war.
If you want your refrigerator clean
and sweet kuv channel ice. Do not
ask your ice man where the ice was
cut. ior ne may iau to tell the truth,
out wo reier you to hundreds of re
liable Citizens who have visited n
duiirg our ioe harvesting time, and
mey can ten you mat the Koci. Isl
and Ioe company has cut Ita ir in
the middle of the channel, where the
water flows five miles an honr.
We do not cut our ice in stagnated
water or in sloughs or Blong tow
heads, where the water is inclined to
flow up stteam, or where a boat can
be landed without tietDir it ud and it
will lemain there until the wind car
ries it away. Rock Inland Ice company.
William C. Lake and Miss M.
Corinna Lee, bola of Chicago, were
married Saturday by Rev C E. Tay
lor, pastor ot the First ttjptisi
Fted D. Hcflmnn and Mies () Ave
u. i enicy, of liavenport, were mar
ritd by Rev. U O McCulinrh
he First Methodist church, last Fri
Chris Lais, aged 68. and Miss Aai
Mane MiJlabrr, hj.d 61. both
Divenport. wre married thia after
in on by Justice Daiil Hrig,
boae ouiie the ceremou y was t er.
formed. Xei.hcr had t-iii'sped in a
matrimony alliance bttfure.
'Ufa sa v.,.
I suffered for V5 Tears with a
ocugh, and spent hundreds tf dollars
with doctors and for medicine to no
avail until 1 used Dr. Kp1i' Pine.
Tar-Honey. This remedy makes
ak lures stmn?. It hmi.mil n.
life J. b. Resell. Grauuburg, lil.
BtH You Md tna Grip?
If you have, tu prcbnblr need a
raiWoie nud clue iiio lo' Honey
and Tar t t eal jout .ung and ttop
ibe racking couch incident! tn thi.
disease. For sale bv T. H. Thomas
The little folks love Dr. Wood'.
Norway Pine Sjrup Pleasant to
take; pfrfe.-tiy harmless; positive
cum for cough, cjlds. bronchitis,
asthma. For sile bv Marshall A
Of tho World's Famous
Leonard Cieanable Refrigerators
Call and Examine Them at
To Be Happy
Is to buy your groceries at
the leading grocery store,
and there yon can get all
the seasonable goods at the
lowest prices, and thfs is at
Hess Bros.' large commo
dious store where anything1
in the grocery line can be
found. Read the list below:
I New Peas, Wax Beans,
I New Potatoes, Cu numbers,
S Carrots, Beets.
E Onions, RaUifhet.
( Celerjr, Held Lottace,
Spinsch. Pie Plant.
F 8weet Potatoes, Parsley,
6onp Bunches, Cauliflower, -
i f ommer -qnBih, Asparagn.
I Strawberries, Pineapples,
' Eating Apples.
KSO Steal Its. TsUysni 1C31.
Taa A kg cs. 10c a vrwi, delivered
every evening at your door.
We are headquarters on house
Great western washer 12.49
Rotary washing machine, the best
Carpet stretcher 65c
Rice rott scrub brush 4o
Ladies' pride tack hammer 5o
Tacks, per package lo
Good tack raiser loo
2-hoop pail 10c
Chamois skin 53
Large sponge 10 and 15a
Good broom 100
Pillow sham holder 19o
Gjod step ladder with bucket
Chamber sets special thia week-
one-third off on any set.
H&LL LAMPS. HALL LAMPS.
Complete hall lamp with colored
Hall lamps with new globes deco
rated i 49
lull line fishine tackle, screens.
doors and window wire cloth, wire
Goods delivered promptly.
And all the late creationa
in fashionable millinery may
be een at
Call and inspect the hand
some line and have your
trimming done by up-to-date
milliners. Reasonable Prices.
1324 Third Avenue.
"The Regent" $3.50 Shoe for Men.
IE CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR NEW
line of Men's Hand Welta in Chrona Tana and new
shades of Vicl's; also Blacks. These Shoes wa have
cured the agency for, and they are equal in style and weir
ing quality to any 5 lines offered elsewhere.
Be Sure and See These Shoes
Before bnying. All the new lasts, and all the widths.
The Regent" 13.50 Shoe, "Speelal S Welt in Russia
j ' I
1897 Models, $37.50
1898 Models $50
Andrae Racer ... - $75
Andrae Road Racer - - $65
Andrae Roadster - - - $50
Nestor, Model A, - - - $35
Nestor, Model C, - - $2S
Charm ------ $2S
These machines are all '98
models; made by reliable
firms and fully guaranteed.
824 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
SOS West Third St., Davenport.
Ask for the Pttee Crest,
The best wheel In
the world for $35.
We are Agents for
tlx tbe punctures fres.
Chase Tires and
We carry the largest stock of Sundries
In the city at prices that are right
WE CAN FIX ANYTHING FROM A
NUTMEG TO A CLAP OF THUNDER.
S IP Tffl CJ TffT XK2 808 EIGHTEENTH STREET.
A T A Mi S IIAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL $
. Zll U ZJl V II LINE OP lONX'STON.. MlTKPiivc V
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I CELEBRATED MEN'S SHOES. OF
NEWARK, N. J. BEST MADE IN THIS COUNTRY, THERE
FORE THE BEST IN THE WORLD. THEIR "CORNELL"
AND "HAMPTON" ARE
BEAUTIES AT THE UNI
FORM PRICE OF - - -WIDTHS
FROM A A TO
$5.00 a Pair.
E. SIZES FROM 5tf TO n.
Eighteenth Street and
ARK ALWAYS GOOD.
AFTER THE RUSH IS OVER
The manner in which the people crowded our Spring Opening Sale is convincing that our
enoris are appreciated ana that the public have confidence in our advertisements which we
are determined to maintain at all hazards. "Better than we anticipated," "Aren't they
splendid? and many similiarkind of remarks come from those who visited our store during
this sale. We now direct attention to
OUR FINE LINE OF TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS
TI ' a m
i ne kind that appeal to those accustomed to wearing Tailor-Made Suits. These suits fit
and are made every bit as good as those you would pay a tailor twice as much forthey
bear an M. & K. label and are sold with an M. & K. guarantee. Large and stout men, Ull
and slim men are fitted with our special makes as they never were fitted before.
TAILOR-MADE SUITS $8.50, $10. 12,50, $15 to $18.
Ordinary ready-made suits from $3.95 to 37.5a but no shoddy at any price. GENTLE
MEN'S MILLINERY Fedoras from 48c to $3.50, Derbys from 08c to $3.50.
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