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Bummers & Co.
Cauliflower at Long's.
Open tonight. Dolly Bros.
Smoke Kinship 5-cent cigar.
Summers & Co. store stores.
Choice strawberries at Long's.
Summers & Co. for stove repairs.
Lee's Little Gem is the best broom.
Walter KosenfleM is in Springfield.
Low prices tomorrow at Beeeher's.
Summers & Co. for gasoline stoves.
Summers & Co. for Blue Flame oil
Summers & Co. for cook stoves and
Money to loan in anv amount.
Wall paper cleaner 15 cents at
Young & McCombs'.
Wall paper t cent a roll and up at
foung & McCombs'.
btrhart's music house headquar
ters for sheet music.
Fint strawberries, three boxes for a
quarter, at Wheclan's.
Summers & Co. repair gasoline
toves, 322 Twentieth street.
Summers & Co. for wickless oil
toves, Z22 Twentieth street.
Try a sack of None Such (lour.
OnIyL75 a sack at Beeeher's.
John Opendlkc, of Joslin, spent
Sunday with Rock Island friends.
Silk gloria umbrella, worth 11.35.
ale price 98 cents, at Young & Mc
Combs'. E. I). Fisher is attending the 40th
annual Presbyterian convention at
Fresh bread, three loaves for 10
cents. Fresh butter only 15 cents a
pound at Beeeher's.
Itciliert MurdiH'k returned to Kan
fas City this morning, after attending
the funeral of his mother.
Oscar Swanson, William Butler and
Tady Kelly have been employed to
drive the three city garbage wagons.
The Northwestern hospital for the
Insane at Watertown will lm ocn to
f isitors Saturday, providing it is a
A barn on the premises of F. C.
Hoffman, in Molinc, was destroyed by
fire this morning. Four horses per
ished. The total loss is $ 1,500.
Company B, of Davenport, U-longs
to the 2d regiment. Iowa National
Guard, which has been ordered to
move to New Orleans next Sunday.
. Ira Lutz, night ticket agent at the
C, M. & St. Paul, is spending a few
days athis home at Thompson. James
Price is selling tiekets in his place.
Kev. Thomas, accompanied by Miss
Faner, left for Kockford to attend the
district conference and Sunday school
convention as delegates from the A.
U. K. church.
At the Swedish Lutheran parsonage
last evening occurred the marriage of
Arthur O. Lim ke ami Miss Caroline
Arronson, both of this city. Kev. C.
. Slatt performed the ceremony.
Hampton had a war concert last
night. It was given under the aus
pices of theChristian Kndeavorsocietv.
Tber were patriotic songs ami music
ml an address by Hon. E. W. Hurst,
of this city.
Mrs. C. A. Whitridge and daughter,
Miss EvalinoDarl. left Tasadena, Cal.,
today for Rock Island. They will ar
rive Sunday and remain through the
sn miner as guests at the home of Hon.
A banquet was given by the senior
class of August ana college at the Har
per house last evening. There were
toasts by Sherman Nelson and Charles
Hallberg and a program of recitations
nd musical numliers.
Attend the Up-to-Datc" social at
the First Methodist church Thursday
evening. May 12, and see what it is.
The young ladies of the Home Mission
circle give the entertainment and it
promises to be a delightful affair.
The grand lodge of the Degree of
Honor, the ladies' auxiliary of the A.
O. U. W.. will hold its next meeting
In Kock Islaml in conjunction with
the grand lodge of the Workmen in
The experiment of holding Wednes
day evening prayer meetings and bi
ble studv at the Christian Mission
chapel. Seventh avenue and Twenty
ninth street, having proven satisfac
tory, it has heen decided kt make
SS Years Experience.
403 Brady St, Davenport, Iowa.
eases men and women
MtDICAL JOURNAL FKKE.
How to ret wen. How to keep
vaU. CooMiltailoo tnra t o'clock
m. to o'clock p. m. Sunday
from I i. n. to 1;. a Telephone
THE ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 111898.
them permanent. The meeting this
evening will be led by Mrs. H. Col
burn. John Wilson, a holm, with a lot of
bicycle tools in his possession, wis
arrested this afternoon by Deputy
Sheriff Hull. '
Henry Milliken, of Boston, Mass..
and his sister. Mrs. F. E. Learned, of
Chicago, are visiting H. D. Mack and
family. Mr. Milliken is so well
pleased with Rook Island that he is
seriously contemplating making it his
Hon. William McEniry has a notice
from Gov. Tanner, asking him to at
tend a conference at Springfield to
morrow, called for the purpose of or
ganizing an association to care for
soldiers and sailors and their families
during the present war.
. A woman residing in the west end
of the city left home in a lit of anger
last week, and nothing has been heard
or seen of her since, it is said she
gave no hint as to her destination to
her husband or friends. She told a
relative that she might be heard from
sometime and probably never.
Rock Island lodge No. 18. I. O. ().
F., at its last regular meeting adopted
a resolution agreeing to pay all dues
and assessments of mem Iters enlisting
in the army, and keep them in good
standing during their service on the
battlefield. Several of the members
of Rock Island lodge are with Com
pany A at Springfield.
An excellent program will be (riven
at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium Thurs
day evening by Mrs. Cropper and
daughter, assisted by Florence Geral
dine Trnmlell, concert pianist, of
Chicago. Tickets on sale at Marshall
& Fisher's, Thomas' and Hartz &
Ulleniever's drug stores; also at the
Y. M. C. A. Tickets 25 cents.
One of the advance agents for the
Wallace shows took it upon himself to
disfi gure the entire front of the scale
house pavilion on Market square with
signs advertising the coming event.
When Mayor Medill's eye caught the
spectacle this morning he tore the
signs down, and gave orders that city
propertv was not to lie so used here
after. Doubtless had the inavor not
taken the stand he did the lions and
the statues in Spencer square would
have been put to similar uses soon.
BOSTON STORE BARGAINS.
Kll Glove Kale, Thnmday, Friday and
These three days will witness some
phenomenal kid glove selling. Be
cause of the extraordinary values that
we offer. Come early.
25 dozen 5-hook gUicc kid gloves in
tans, modes, states, blues, reds,
greens, blacks, all sizes, every pair
fresh and in jierfect condition. In
fact a $1.25 glove for 77c.
75 pair IYrrin's,. $ 1.69 - La Mur,"
3-clasp kid Hove in all sizes, black
and colors, best shades. nnlv$1.47a
pair, every pair warranted and lilted.
o dozen 4-button Suede kid "loves,
sizes 5J, 6, 6J, stylish colors for 97c a
6 doxen f 2 Tcffonse Suede kid gloves
for $1.25 a pair.
4 dozen lace and button black irlaoe
kill gloves, 75c and $1 grades for 3.V
a pair; sizes. 51, 5 and 6.
w pair misses tan kid gloves, 75c
grade, a little soiled, all will go for
25c a pair.
Our big liver in dress goods. fiilO
pattern suits for $2.3'.. 250 dress
patterns in plain colors ami fancy
weaves, regular price $1, $.". and $6,
choice these three davs for 2..'!'J.
Black patterng included.
If vou don't come soon you will miss
those $5 mackintoshes for $2,118. The
greatest mackintosh sale ever wit
Buy at the Boston Store and always
get the best for the least money.
H.1KXKD & Von Mai k.
ODD GIFTS FOR SIGSBEE.
Waahlorton Society Sent Him RnaheU of
Piocuhlona, Sachet Bars and Slipper.
Captain Sigsbeo's house looks like a
church fair. Ho baa received several
bushels of pincushions, slippers, picture
frames, sachet bags, towel racks, shav
ing cases, wall pockets and other trib
utes of handiwork from patriotio wom
en who take that method of expressing
their appreciation of a level headed man
and a patient hero. If be should live to
be 100 years old, bo wonld not be able
to wear ont the slippers that bave been
sent him, and if be takes all bis gifts
to sea the captain's cabin on the St
Paul will look like a showroom of a
Sigsbee is a man of plain tastes and
lives the frugal life of a sailor. His
daughter is an tyfift and a musician.
She sings in one" of the Washington
church choirs, and is a regular attendant
of the Art Students' league. Mrs. Pigs
bee is a woman of practical ideal and a
typical sailor's wife. Between them
tbey have a good deal of fan with the
captain over the dainty bits of embroid
ery bo has received from his admirers.
William E. Curtis in Chicago Record.
Her A (Trice.
There were two women saying good
by at the corner. One was round and
plump and healthy, the other was thin
and apparently ilk It was evident that
the one who was not ia health had been
telling her trouble to the one, who had
probably never been in any other state,
and she was receiving sympathy and
advice so cheerfully given that no pass
er ootid fail to overhear it.
"There, goodby," said the well one,
"and don't take any medicine. Ton are
perfectly well, yon know, and God is
love." Boston Budget
Treaary Paring Oat Gold.
Washington. May 11. The United
States treasury yesterday beean paying
out told over the counter In lieu of cur
rency. This will be continued Indef
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TEN REASONS WHY THE
Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators
EXCEL ALL OTHERS.
They discharge cold air into the ice box.
The Hues are removable for cleanin".
The locks are air-tight.
The ice racks are metallic.
The shelves are metallic.
There are eight walls to preserve the ice.
They do not sweat.
The traps will not fall out of the waste pipe.
They are made of hard wood, elegantly carved and ornamented.
ttaici jioiii acci.ientai leakage is returned tnwastPtiiiK.rtt.it
insures their durability
FOR SALE BY
In War Times
Or times of peace there
is one reliable store
whore you may de
pend that your pur
chases will include
every cent of money
that you give in return
for them. It's our
store, and we invite
your inspection. Bead
Summer Squash. Home Crown
Spinach, Onions, Green Beans,
Wax Beans. Pie Plant. Cucum
bers. Cauliflower, Tomatoes,
Hadishes, Ejtg Plant. New Hects,
New Peas, Turnips.
Strawberries, Bananas, Katintr
Apples, Oranges, Pineapples.
1620 Steal art. Ztltyhott 1031.
A lx-aiitiful triple-plated souvenir
spoon of Battleship Maine -or Battle
ship Ivwa given free with every pur
chase of $1 all this week.
Now is the time to buy screens lie
fore the Hies come.
(iood Screen Door 45c.
Fancy Doors 97c.
Window Screens, adjustable. 25c.
Wire Screens, adjustable. 25c.
Wire Cloth, Hinges, etc.
Ice Cream Freezers, Etc.
White Mountain and Artie, the liest
made, at the lowest prices.
Iirge assortment of Hammocks.
Croiuct Sets, Fishing Tackle, etc.
Now is the time to plant vour
Pansy Plants, jwr doen. 2."c.
Verliena Plants, per dozen. 3oc.
.cranium Plants, per dozen. 45c.
Large variety of other kinds at low
Phone 4 174. Twcntiel h Street.
The Height h
In handsome headgear mav
1 seen at Mrs. LaFrenz's
Are employed, and an assort
ment at price- that please is
always show n.
Mrs. La Frenz, 1324 Third Ave
Just Received a nice new
line of Sailor Hats.
We have a few more Second
Hand Wheels than we want
and so will make prices that
will sell them.
1 LADIES' SMALLEV
1 INDIES'- WINCHESTER . . . .
1 LADIES' CRESCENT
1 CHARM, nkw,
These wheels are all in good
tin-to-date condil ion and will
not hist long at the prices
S34 Twentieth St., Bock Island.
803 West Third St., Davenport.
YOU are stuck on yonr feet ami you know it and vou hope to
Jiefor a longtime vt-t. So hy not take good t are of them?
Incase them in Shoes made of good leather; Shoe rightly put to-,
gcther not forgetting the style and all the little iHiiuts; for in-
HOSE $3.00 Blacks and Tans. Hand t
Sewed. Nobby Styles, will do the K
I a a i - r- r
Business ha 10 c
We close at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Ride a Stearns and be Content
1897 Models, $37.50
1898 Models $50
Ask for the Patee Crest,
The best wheel in
the world for $35.
We are Agents for Chase Tires and
fix the punctures frcs.
We carry the largest stock of Sundries
In the city at prl. es that arj right
WE CAN FIX ANYTHING FROM A
NUTMEG TO A CLAP OP THUNDER.
S 1F IS D IE S
202 EIGHTEENTH STREET.
The Costliest but the Best
Best Men" Shoe made in this country,
therefore, the best in the world. Deal
ers In other cities rhaiyc you tanri7
for these Shoes, while e have placed
$5.oo a pair
If you want satisfaction, if you want
comfort, if you want tbc Best Shoe for
the money, try the
J. and M. Make.
Wc carry a real line of 13 and
SbiKi :il so.
Jfe, THE cr.UUNTKKH SELI--
Eli OF SHOES.
r.Ktii 1 ir..M 11 m iihhi AMI
SE X XI A VEXI'K. V
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings.
Bicycle Suits! Bicycle Trousers!
BICYCLE HOSE! BICYCLE CAPS!
A complete New Stock of svell plaids and checks; neat, plain mixtures, made wjth
the ciff and strap bottoms. Golf Trousers with caps to match. Sweaters with hose to
match Largest and finest stock in the city. All new, not a last season's style. Satis
fying goods at sati fying prices.
TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STORES : :
BOCK ISLAND A5D
DAVENPORT : :
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