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TOE AKGTTS, SATURDAY, APRIL-SO, 1808.'
WE HAVE THE LA KG EST LINK
IN THK CITY.
921 Twentieth St, Keck Iiland.
SOS West ThirJ St., Kavonport.
Why Do You
Running around from
plain to place looking
for something for that
Sunday dinner when
Von ran easily sclftct a
bounteous spread at our
More. It's as easy to
select it as it in to cat
it if von trade here.
Urif I'laill. t uoilllllHTH.
... . ToiuatiK-..
W at lle;in. New IViw. N'vw llOPts.
Summer Siiali, Sinueb.
I Inrnpple. Kailiitf Apple.
1U0 beat in. IHtikm 1031.
Two lr of Ix-st Toilet Soap ."c.
Jaek rose, three liar in lo, al
Way sold at ..". jmt Ih. 10.
Cftoteal Soap. 12-inch liar, for 7c.
Japan Lilly soap, throe liars in lm,
per box. 10c!
Curtain Sirecher. folding ami ml.
jiMlahlc, niekel plat til pin. today
Our own Washboard. cr'uiied heavy
fine, full ie. always for 25e, today
Stamp Plate of the M.iine. lUo a
FIAW Eli DEPARTM EXT.
Large assortment of Mtted plant
in bloom. Pansy plant. Verbena.
Sweet Alyseuni. Geraniums, etc.. for
planting out. Cut Kose. Carnation.
Tulip, etc., at lowest prices.
Phone 4174. Twentieth Street. .
Hw ym Son Throat, Pimples, Copper
Colored Sputa. Acteo, Old Soraa, Ulcers In
Moctn. Hair-railing;? Write Cook Kunror
Oa, C20 MmodIo Ttmpltj, Chtrairo, Hi, for
proof! of cures; capital, 1500,000. Worst
" eared to 15 to U day, KW-gagc
The Weather We MajHave.
Shower tenant and Sunday.
"T ( 1 '1 V .nttapilIM tLA
j. m. sihekikb. voserver. c
Taylor stock must go.
The Alaska is the best.
Hyues for tennis goods.
Buy a home of Eeidy Bros
Smoke Kinship 5-eeut cigar.
Hynes sells 'Ji laselall rules.'
Buy iishing tackle from Hyues.
Pianos ami organs at F'lierhari's.
Ia'c's Little Gem is the best broom.
Ion't forget Dolly Bros', shoe sale.
$1 picture : cent. Tavlor stock.
Music 3 tent a .sheet. Tavlor
W. S. 1I:II11. of Ed"i,l!'tolt. w:i in
ElKThnrt's liiusic house. 1717K..I--
Garbage cans onlv 7." cent at A I"
l-ii. Mvers&Co'ri. ' "
Miss Lucv FlVsingcr is here from
Chicago for a visit.
Framed ami uiiframed pictures ha'f
price. Tavlor stock.
H. A. Donaldson went to Cbb
last night on business.
Picture wire. nail, hoik twl
chain in Tavlor stock.
C. K. Ladd ha liccn elected nllr-
man in the eitv of Kcwanee.
Engineer J. A. Harmon, wife and
son. of Peoria, are in the eitv.
Mr. and Mrs. Din Lucas are spend
ing a few day at Virginia. 111.
Sheet music and musical instru
ments of all kind at Elierhart's.
Plenty of fresh strawberries at Hess
Bros', this evening. Phone 10S1.
Remember the Alaska if you intend
to buy a refrigerator this season.
Plenty of fresh vegetable and
dressed chickens at ling's tonight.
Ladies' black (Tress skirts OH cents
this evening at Young & McCombs.1
Pen, ink. pencil and tablets at
w hat other dealers pay. Taylor stock.
Fresh vegetables of all kind at
Hess Bros, this evening. Phone
The interchangeable milcerp (.n.
dentials Mill be sold for 1
The greatest shoe sale of the season
is now in progress at Dolly Bros, otl?
Twentieth street. " '
Jewel gasoline stoves, the oldest,
safest ami best, at lowest prices at Al
len. Myers &Cos.
A gasoline stove oven that bakes
'a "rood a our old cook slnv.." U
wnat you will tinil at Allen, Mvers &
tomorrow is the dav the new ordi
nance goes into effect. Ceta 'arba','i
can at Allen, Mvers & Co's, onlv 75
Lock liecr. boi kwurst and bock at
the liilliard table at Henry's place,
corner Seventeenth street and Fourth
Buy an Alaska refrigerator and a
Jewel gasoline Move and there is no
reason why vou shouhln't be Iimiu.v
I hi summer.
If the irasoline stove oven tlmt von
buy from Allen. Mvr.t Co. il....i.-t
1 Kike as good a any ran ge you ever
saw. vou can relnrn it t,. il......
Call at 1 H:t Second :ivinin 'in.l
have your measure taken for a snr'ni"
suit. All the l:ltif tifivi.1l in
spring goods are now in. Giis EiK'lin,
The Ladies' society of the fii-rnun
Evangelical church will have an apron
aim noner sale .May l . afternoon and
evenim:. Refreshment will U.
served. All are in il..,l
The remains of .lolm V Aii,..,i.i,f
arrived ' today. The fiincml will u.
held from the home of Mr .-nut Mr
Jacob Ohlweilcr. 1018 Tl
at ' p. m. tomorrow. It will !e pri
On page eight of this
ii ! will he Uniml
of the Charles Hill furniture house of
Havenport that should interest all
who contemplate future furniture
A lamp toppled over in thn ..mo
ment of Antonio Campani's fruit store
on Second avenue at !) o'clock tlii
morning. The Cent nil turn..,! m.t
but did not apply any water. There
was uo damage."
The executive committee .ml tli
chairniaii of the various sulM-oiimiit-
tee in connection with the W in til imin
cornerstone laving meet at the Har-
ht house at 7:80 this evening to dis
iose of all matters in connection u-itli
Mai. J. M. Beardslev simiLo ..n ti.
occasion of the organization of a vol.
unteer company at Ctmlova hmt ni.rl.t
and tonight he gK-s to Edgington on
the same mission. The major is
working in the interest of the move-
ment undertaken bv ('en. rinmlnnln
and which, fortnna'telv. has not ljeen
intermptetl by Gen. Cletidenin's ap-
FOR WEAK MFii
TRIAL WITHOUT pvaiMer
The f inom A rp'lanoe and Rrard lea of
the Krte Hedicai Co. now tttrx.hr first time
nuiiaial nan. a, a m .1.11.. i IL. . !
i cure EirecU of Errora
er F.xoeswt In Old or Young. k!anhoo4
ruuy nmxirru. now io bniarce and LI
Btrenr ben Weak. CmiCTeinred K)rtr.n f
of Bodr. Ahsoiutclr nafailin Homa tl
I araiiawnv nouo.uor ointr Knrroe. w
I a piain ouer cj nrta or hiili itindm.
IrntF iprntnii nn t mtain t
tr.lt UCUiWlLWJ.fM Fi-Aco v.r
poiutiuent as iusjector geneml of the
s ate militia. "'"
Considerable comnient has ieei
caused by the a!legel forced jv'-gna-tiou
of one of the i-n.-t..7- -if inl
gustana college. "
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tanner w ere
surj)rised. at their home on Eighth
avenue List evening bv aO of the,
lueinljers of the ChrUti-m F:i.l..,-r..- i
society of Memorial Christian church,
who came to help celebrate Mr. Tan
ner's birthday. A most pleasant
time was had. Mr. and Mrs. Tanner
both living presented with a fine rock
the forming of a regiment of volun
teers. Ix gua bv (
..'...ii- -..ii mr, i.v.ill Ulltl i.-ii":r, I
ien. William Cleii- and to jtcrform their functions pn'p
lie discontinued in erlv, is truly a remarkable nWi'c'm. i
denin. will not
cnuscijiieiice of tin' latter. apjMiiut
menttothe insHclor geueniLship of
the slate, a many had siiiipo-u-d.
tin' latter". aiiiHiint-
J ne enii.-uueut ot men will g, right
on. and when thetime comes to mow
(' n. Ch iidenin promise that he will
join the regiment.
Observer J. M. Sherier fjhas pre
pared data of the month of May for a
IK-riod of i't years, showing lli.it in
that time the normal temperature
w Ms 61: the warmest hciug.that of In.SI
with an average of C.S: the coldest
that of 1)S.S4 with an average of ;"!.
T.10 highest temperature was .K on
!Hh. 17; the lowest !". on the 7th.
1-S!v. 1 here were 'J clear days. 1;
partly cloudy and i) cloudy d:ivs.
Comnieiicing May 1 and eontinu
ing until Sept. 80. LS'JS. the Chicago.
Milwaukee & Si. Paul railway will
sell excursion tickets to Clear' Lai
Iowa, at one and one-third fare for
t lie round trip. Clear lake is one o!
the most attractive resorts in t!u
northwest. Tl Oaks"' will rcopci
June 1. where a lann- iuiimImt of
guests can be accommodated at rea
sonable prices. For further informa
tion call on the agent.
Special for Friday and Saturday. 2!
a-id :IO. For two dav only Stewart
the halter, v.il! give -JO per cent off on
u-ns. sou or still, hoys ami children
included. He is overstocked and
needs the room, therefore, to mov
I hem iiick, he make you the above
special olfer. Don't miss this oppor
1 nun v. a vou can get a gooii hat at a
cheap price, with a certainty of "et
ting a good article, as you know Stew
art does not carry the cheap Tades
! 1 ...
ficcia! announcement, yv e haw
made arrangements with Meyer &
. 1 hi ... . .
o.. me wen Known tailoring house
of Chicago, to have one of their c-pi-rt
cutters with us April 30 and May
2. He will show large lenirths of
their hamlsome line of spring ami
sunimer woolens, containing all th
uo euies 01 me season, ami will he
prepared to take your measure for a
suit, overcoat or trousers Don't
fail to see this line. RemeinU-r the
dates. William Stewart, hatter.
John linfurd l'ost. Attention.
All comrades of John Bufoid Post.
ti. A. K.. are miuested to meet at
Memorial hall Sunday, May 1. at 7 p.
m.. to attend a patriotic service at
the tirst M. E. church. Bv order of
Asiikew Blahkl. Com.
W. A. Nuituis. Adjt.
Soon after 1:17 arrival ia Lcip.dc my
r.tteution was called ouo day to an eld
erly Hcutloman ou thu strct t.
"Do you Kuu that old Kcuth-nmii with
tbo bij soft fidfc bat, iho bluo glasses
cud tho bi mnlrcll:''
"You mt-an tho cue who is shr.inbliag
along as if he wcro not jut snro vhtr13
ho .s going?"
"Yes, bnt yen should uot Fpeak so
disrespectfully of the latest of living
Bnt tho niistako was pardonable, for
few would havo enpjiosed that ho was
not Bouio plain villa.!;u burgher who
had just come tip to town and felt some
what lost in the big city. Onco iu
Wnndt'a lecture room, however, one
receives a very different impression of
hiui. As the great philosopher ponrs
forth one cf his learned discourses those
plain features light up, his bearing bo
comes diguiikd and impressive, cud
you no longer think of tho nncainlv
walk and tho ouaiut mannerism
On the Wronc Irack.
Slin;8 recently received private infor
mation that his sou was not confining
himself strictly to the straight and nar
row catli. There wero u::Iv rt::ir.ra tint
the young man played cards and bit on
me norses. fciiius detenumed to donbla
his narcutal viizilanco. The oth. r vr n.
ing he turned to tho young man who
was deep in a newspaper and inquired
eharply, "What are yon reading, son?"
"A column under the head of 'What
tho Book Makers Are Doing?' "
"I'll tell yon what t'uty are doing,
sir," said the old man severely. "Thry
are living luxuriously this winter and
laying their plans to fleeco such lambs
as yoa nest season. They keep up the
raco tracks and get rkh Ly fotliag
noodle pates like yon. I've heard all
about you, sir, and yonr wild ways.
Order tiijt paper stopped. What are
yoa laughing at, yon young rascal?"
"At ycur surprising knowledge f
horse race methods. I was reading the
literary reviews." Detroit Free Press.
If Ton are Kmtlena
cannot sleep at niirht.
And cannot sleep at night, a dose of
Dr. Bell's rine-'Iar-Honey will give
natural rest and refreshing sleep. It
checks a cough at once and cures a
cold in one night. It heals the
throat, chest attd ".ungs. cures la
grippe erraauentlv. does not stupefy,
is harmless. . Children love it. Old
people like it. Good druggists sell it.
Price 25 cents.
Now good digestion waits on ap
petite, and health on both." If it
doesn't, try Buuioek BIihhI Bitters.
Sold by Marshall & Fisher.
THE VITAL ORGANS.
he Kidnejs ara the Host Im
portant Excretory Organs
of the Body.
KidDeoids are Known to be
the Mast Wonderf al Remedy Ever
Disrarered for the Care of
all Known Discmacs of
A reinc.iy th.M v.il! cause appar
ently dead ami worthless organs to
t -.vinr to tlie i-xtrrniiilinMi-v n..i i .1...
mamled of the kidneys ami their nat-
11 ml delicacy, no remedy can 1k nmn -
.. 1. ....,. ..... ..I. r ... i i. .... i .t
themselves. Thai remedy is
row s Kidneoids. prepared in yellow,
tablet form. " j
Morrow's Kidneoids have iliooa-'
sii-rileil lleit tlu.r -ir.. 11... L,.l I .1...'
... .... i.v i. .him i ur
most Cllicaclolls 1'eillei V 111 t he u !.,!.
world for curing those dreadful 'ii -
.ii.j i.v.i.l .11... ... I :. . . i
draining those delicate orgaiii.sm.
known as kidneys. '
i in 1 l hi Mlir .tie
Of all the ocaii of the luntv
kMncys have the most important
li:nctions to perform ami therefore
rerjuire the greatest care. Like
maehinei v tiiev are :riile In ,, llitl..
more work than is their normal por-J
t'.on. but they cannot stand this inees-.-antiy
and must not be inijHised upon. '
Tney are so reline 1 and del'u ate in :
their structure that the least over
taxing of any other p:trt of the human
body is apt to produce in them ser
ious troubles, which, if not attended
to at once, w ill lead to serious com
pHcalious. resulting .-:oon in death.
Kiting too much, drinking too
much, irregular habiis. lifting "heavy
weights, epD-dng one's self to dnifis
ami bad weaihei an 1 a thousand and
one other excesses and iinl'i,.r,..,,
a Meet the kidneys, making them nick
and puny ami thereby spreading
throughout the system poisons, that
would in health be thrown off.
Morrow's Kidneoids are a revelation
to the medical profession and phar
macists, both in th" process of mak
ing them and their ellieacy in all kid
ney troubles, which they "are guaran
teed to cure, no matter" of how long
standing. They are as much talked
aUmt today as were the X-ravs a few
month ago. but the sphere of use
fulness and importance of Kidneoids
is more reaching ami effective.
You can get Kidneoids at all deal
ers at ot) cents per box or $.?)) for
six boxes. Sent postpaid bv the Herb
Medicine Co.. Springlit Id. Ohio, upon
receipt of price.
Rhenmatisiu Cured In 1 1 Hour.
T. J. Blackmorc. of Hal'.er Ac Black
more. Pittsburg. Pa., savsr "A cl...,t
time since I procnreil a bottle of Mvs-'
tie Cure. It got me out of the h. ...;.. !
in L'l hours. 1 took to my lied with!
rheumatism nine month's ago. and !
the Mystic Cure is the onlv in,..!:,.:,,,, '
that did me any good. I had liv,. ,.r
the best physicians in I he city, but I !
received very little relief fron'i I !.,,, ,
SohlbvOlto (Jroti:,!,. t.-.oi S, ...1
ivenue. druggi.-t. lioek lsbm.l- i:t '
Schlegel iV Son. '2?ii V..i s... I
A Ourrr (?) Medicine.
Tl.,.,. : l:
o nieoieiiie W liosi' iirour i-
t rs do not claiin to leive i
some hitherto uiiknown in,rr..,i;.,f i
or that it is a cureall. Thw bon.-J.!
medicine only i laims to enr,. e..,i..;,J
diseases, and that its in.rre,li,.n ;
r.rognied by the most skilled nln;.'
eians as licimi- the bet f,,i- i;.l,...,. .....i
bladder diseases. It is Foley's' Kid
ney I ure. Sold bv T ir ti,
- - - - " - in'tll.-.
Cure th - cough and save tbelif.. "
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Smm ,.nr,.c
coughs and colds, down to" the very
verge of consumption. Sold by Mar
shall & Fisher.
. i.mih in iiiaiiKiiio loan in. one 111.11 1 i.
v. ill make the kidneys do their work 1 1
thoroughly and without iniurv to'i
Our Boy's and Children's Cloihina Uepartuicnt fairly sparkles with spring freshness and
elegance. Whatever your boy's suit thoughts may be, here you will find its materialization.
There's a style, a finish, a touch alout our Boys' Suits that commends them to every mother
who cares to see her boy dressed well, clothed right. There's a savin- in the price, too.
that commends them to every mother who is interested in the economies of life.
I CHILDREN'S SUITS
It is with pardonable pride we invite an inspection of the magnificent assortment of stylish
RUSSIAN BLOUSE SUITS, VESTEE SUITS, SAILOR SUITS, REEFER AM)
DOUBLE BREASTED SUITS which are being displayed in our Boys Department We
kn ;w, beyond a doubt, it is the fincst-by far the best-stock of Boys' and Children's Novel
ties ever shown in this vicinity.
TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STOKES : :
For Saturday, April 39.
OXE U)T OF LADIES'
SHADES AND SHAPES.
ALL SOLID AND EVERY PAIil
WARRANTED. C. D.
MlssEs TAN SHOES. BlTToN
) 4 BL
I I8C7 McrJels, 37.50
1SS3 teoizte S50
; ' & & & & & & & j 4 j? & & & & & j (ff & & pig & zjigipij
ZJ LSI TM :-l fm .s .., ij iw J1 ICT M TS JW Of ai mkfWS KmsmKK mkm I
Bide a Ktenrns and hp. Content
I ' - "aiur rW V V VI I IVJ I I
We are Agents for Chare Tires and
fix the put cturcs fnn.
IP S3 1
The Three Shoe
Style, Service and Economy are Combined
Degree in My Own $3 Ladies' Dark Brown
JOHNSTON & MUHPIIY S
MEN'S SHOES WE CAltl'.Y.
v fy. sr .r n
FINE TAN SHOES. NEW
VESTING AND KID TOPS.
AND LACE.' vM to II. - - - .!,. XTvSX frf
WE CAN FiX ANYTHING FROM A
NUTMEG TO A CLAP OF THUNDER.
O IS 13 E3 9
With Prow,, Vesting Cloth Tops. They are . killfullv and
righlly paiierned on the most modern last. Every shoe .ar my
own name, is op.-cially buill (. my own order, and I .tin willing lo
stand liehind its reputation. Search the slate over and you cannot
liml bitter shoe values than are offered in my store. TliiuM Ihh- is
only a sicci,iicu of a thousand other i-jually goml valncs-an idea to
guide you to the store of good M. ..(Teiii.g. CmmUIioc. can
always lie found at
Ask for the Patee Crttt,
Tho best wheel in
the world for $35.
ww . fc. av
We cirry the largest stock of Sundries
n the city at i rl e that are r'ght
202 KIG"TEENTH STREET.
in a Most Unusual
Kid Lace Boots
ixth St. and 2nd Av.
DAVENPORT i t
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