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The Weather VTe May Hare
C Showers, and probably thuiiderstorits
) toniitbt; fair Saturday,
f Today's temperature 70.
J. M. Shcbibb, Observer.
Read Elkhart's ad.
Uuy ons a Kinship ciar.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Choice strawberries at Long's.
Use L. B. Strayer's aerated milk.
M. E. Sweeney is in Aledo today.
Lloyd will sell you a wheel right,
Straw hats. Summers & La Voile.
Lee's Little Gem is the best broom.
Bargains in bicycles at David Don's.
Shirts in all styles. Summers & La
Military caps 18 cents. Sommers&
Three pound can jtcars 10 cents at
Hot weather clothing. Summers &
For reliable lire insurance call on E.
Buy your toilet soap tomorrow at
Another lot of bicycles just received
Northern potatoes 65 cents a bushel
Flour away down cheap tomorrow
Summer corsets 1!2 cents at Young
Have you seen the Eldredgc bicy
cles at Lloyd's?
Buy flags and bunting for decorat
ing at Beecher's.
$6 and $fi.f!0 men's shirts. Som
mers & La Velle.
( 'hoice dairy butter 12 J cents a
pound at llortou's.
Cracked hominy three jmuiikIs for
h cents at llortou's.
A big shipment of penny pajier just
arrived at SutclilTe's.
Dr. E. E. Kogers, of Port Byron,
was in the city today.
Warren feat herlKine 5 cents a yard
at Young & MeCombs'.
Miss Susie M. Derr, of Blooining
ton. is visiting in the city.
Bail syrup 4:1 cents and pail jelly 83
cents ht pail at llortou's.
Just received a nice lot of lieautiful
pansy plants at LYkhart's.
See the sky high Crescent, Nos. 'J
and 10, at fl'. at David Don's.
An immense stock of soft )mhoiii
shirts at f I. Sommers & La Velle.
Rutherford's wall paper cleaner 15
cents a can at Young & McComlis'.
!recn tieas. wax lieans, beets, cu
cumbers and new liotatocs at IiOie'V. .
IVccher has 1 .000 pounds of pure t
leaf lard to sell tomorrow at 7 cents a 1
A lieautiful line of shirts at 41.
eipial to the f 1. 50 line. Sommers &
The liest place in the city for bicy
cles, is at David Don's. See our spe
cial at -'.".
SM!ci:il for Friday lace curtains
'-VJ cents a pair up; full size. Young
J. E. Montrose arrrived at the Har
per from Chicago last nigh tfor sever
al days' stay.
Fresh bread, three loaves for 10
cents; choice potatoes, '20 cents a peck
Hammocks, ice cream freezers
and lawn mowers at lowest prices.
Young & MeCombs.
A complete line of croquet sets just
received, from -I'J cents up to $5, at
Young Ac McC'omhs.
Bock Island was treated to a cy
clonic blow this aftetnoon. but lio
damage was retried.
Fresh dairy butter 10 and 12 cent
a pound; good cooking butter 8 cents
a pound at Bccchcr's.
Business property, residence pro
erty ami lots for "sale in all parts of
the city by E. .1. Burns.
Tonight, grand pool contest at the
(Jem billiard parlor. .'105 Twentieth
street. All are invited.
Ucmcmltcr that Miss Byrnes is pay
ing ccial attention to children's hats
and ladies tine dress hats.
A few more of those Eldredge bi
cycle fur :') this is the greatest
snap t vcr offered at Lloyd's.
The Maine, picture, frame and all.
olny 6i cents while they last, at the
Flemming Furniture company.
It will pay you not to miss out at
the big sale this week. All orders
35 Years Experience.
403 Brady St, Davenport, Iowa.
EASES men AND WOMEN
MEDICAL JOURNAL FREE.
How to set well How to keep
walL Consultation froa 9 o'clock
m. to o'clock p. m. Sundays
from a. m. to 1 p. m. Telephone
this week will be hung for 10 cents
. 1 I 1 1 ' 1..
jht roil iy auienne.
The Maine, iiictuie. frame nm! 1I
only 69 cents while they last, at the
rieiuming rurnuure company.
Decoration day the steamer Winona
will run an excursion to Clinton, leav
ing at 7:10 a. m. Round trip 50
The lirst annual "yellow fellow"
road race is to be triven here .Inn. 'rt
The time prize will be a '93 Stearns
A sacred concert is tn ho rivcn nt
St. Joseph's church Sund.iv "eveninT
A countv meeting tn nro-aniyp nn
auxiliary association to the Illinois
Army and Navy leaue'is soon to be
Police Magistrate KtiifTnrd this
morning discharged Lena Roberts, the
colored woman arrested for disorderly
The Parker laundry will le closed
all day Monday, Memorial day. Mon
day's wash will be collected Tuesdav
Free dancing at the Watch Tower
Inn every Saturday night, unless rain
ing. Fine music provided. Every
Mayor Carter II. Harrison, of Chi
cago, will speak at the turnfest of the
Central Illinois liezirk in Moline Sun
day, June 19.
Brakeman Richard Rowland, of the
C, M. & St. Paul, is off on a vacation.
W. J. Miller, of Milwaukee, is run
ning in his place.
Some gooil Rock Island real estate
to trade for eastern Nebraska, north
ern Iowa or southern Dakota prairie
land. Re'uly Bros'.
Come and place your order this
week and get the price of paH-r and
hanging at Second avenue and Fif
teenth street. SutclitTe.
The baccalaureate sermon for the
class of '98, Rock Island High school,
will be preached next Sunday evening
by Rev. C. O. MeCulloch at the First
Pat Kelly's familiar face and voice
are ajrain in evidence at the Harper
house, he having returned to the po
sition of porter, which he held for
many years previous to his aresigna
tion a few years ago.
All tin? newest fads in straw and
crash hats ami caps, medium weight
and .summer tinder wear, bicycle lm.se ,
suits and belts, serge coats and vests
and crash suits, all new and up-to-date,
at Stewart's, the hatter.
If you are looking for a snap, now
is the time to go and get it. SutclitTe
is going to let you have paper for one
week cheaK-r than you can get white
wash, and will hang same for 10 cents
per roll. SutclitTe.
John Warner has decided, after 17
years' residence in St. Paul, to move
back to Rock Island, his home love.
His family will bo here from St.. Pint
the first if the month. Mr. Warner
will take up his residence in the War
ner homestead on Moline avenue.
There is going to be a great time
down ou the corner of Second avenue
and Fifteenth street. Starting todav
and continuing all the week one-third
off. All pa ht and all orders given
this week will be hanged for 10 cents
Jht roll. SutclitTe.
lhe clerks at the Woodmen ollice !
have organized a baseball team and J
want a game. Manager Mcl'arlatid
says he and his fellows are in excel
lent condition and able to give any
amateur organization in this neck (if
the woods a run for its money.
The will of the late Mrs. Agnes
M unlock was probated in the county
court today. The document hears
date of April 7. 175. and in it the
testatrix leaves all her proierty to
her husband. Thomas S. Murdock.
who is also appointed executor of the
The annual lield day exercises of
th High schools of the three cities
wifl 1h held at the fair grounds in
Davenport tomorrow afternoon. A
tine program of events has Im-cii ar
ranged, and no doubt the Rock Island
lioys will carry off a share of the
honors, as they have done in the
1 lie waterworks committee of the
it V council, comiioseil of A1,U 11
Winter. J. C. Stirman and O. A.. I oh 11-
son. accompanied bv Engineer J. A.
ii.u mou ami ,-supi. oi waterworks
Mlirrill. leaves tomorrow nin-lit. to in
speet natural sand filtering plants in
ojieraiioii at si. I'aui. Aslilamt anil
R. Kuschimiun will st:irt a (loc k of
homing pigeons from the roof flf his
store on Fourth avenue .June 1. the
weather Wing favorable. The birds
long to C. H. hiteman. of Borers
Park, who has made a wager that
they will find their way home from
Rock Island, to which lillu-c ttiev will
Ih forwarded in a box. iu a stipulated
The colored population of the three
cities is to have a newsmiier. It is
to lie published in Km ', Island. It
will 1 a weekly and will make its
Ikuv to the public Saturday of next
week. B. Perrv. w ho has lieen nmr-
ticing law in Davenport for a short
time, win oe me editor, ami Row J.
W. Washington, pastor of the Secoud
Baptist church here, business man
ager. .Mrs. t. a. Washington will lie
Before You Buy a
TAKE A GOOD
LOOK AT ir
Notice if it can lie taken all apart
to le cleaned, aud to let the fresh
air get into the corners, and see
if it has movable flues and air
tight locks; but if that's too much
lKither, just look for the name.
If it reads
LEONARD CLEAN ABLE
Buy it. It's all right in fact
it's the only one that DOES have
all these good points. A per
petual circulation of dry cold air
keeps the food from becoming
moist or musty. It has metal
ice racks and other advantages.
Call and See Them
73E3L- UZZZS t ZZZ3SiB
IT'S YOUR CHOICE
Not ours when you come to
buy at our store. We try
to get the best of every ar
ticle we buy, and we oxjicct
you to do the same. If
your order comes by phone,
we do our best to please
vou. Look at the list:
Sweet Potatoes. Celery, Sum
raer Squash. New Potatoes,
Spinach, Onions, Clreen lieans,
Vax Iteans Tie Plant, Cucum
bers, Cauliflower. Tomatoes,
Radishes, Kkk Plant, Xew Heels,
New Peas, Turnips, Carrots.
Strawberries. Uananas. Rating
Apples. Oranges, Pineapples,
Dressed Chickens, pressed Tur- IS
keys. Spring Chickens.
lC:5SeoiliT.. l-fepkut 1031. P
Hase Ball Goods.
Golf Balls and Clubs.
And Cycle Sundries.
We have the largest
line in the city.
Barklrn'n Amlrm Salve.
The best salve in the world for cnt
bruises, sores, ulcers. s:ilt. rhpnm
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
cnuoiains. corns ana all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It " is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or monev re-
t 1- 1 T- - rt- . - .
iumici. i rice z. cents per box. tor
sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Subscribe for The Abgcs.
1.000 lot toilet soap. 3 bars in box,
per dox , 5(
t'roijuet sets, f'nir balls ami four
maiiets, complete set S!)e
A leader in Hammocks tl.oU
hammock, with pillow and
spreader. Saturday only 8,0
Ice cream freezers, the best nimbv
from !i9c and up.
Screen doors, any size 4.",c
Wire cloth, window screens, etc.
Pishing tackle, a full line. 3-joiut
Hooks per box 5c, 10c Lie
Minnow pails, dip nets, reels, lines,
T-nge assortment of imtted plants.
all kinds of lior.il designs made, linest !
work, lowest prices.
Flags, lings, bunting, fesloonin".
etc.. for decorating. Flags from i-Jc ;
JKT dozen Up. i
824 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
303 West Third St., Davenport.
n IT -mm a nr .
Laaies uui shoes
KID AXD VESTIX(; TOP
MISSES' TAX SHOES LATEST TOES
WAUPiAXTED EVERY PAIR
MISSES' TANS. XEW SHAPES.
PUTTUX AND MCE-T1II WEEK...
CHILDS' TAX'S XEW S1LVPES.
P.UTTOX AXD LACE THIS WEEK...
MEN' S TA VK I KID AXD
PATENT TI1S COIX TOES
$1.35 and $1.50
vV- rrc 1V
We close at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
This is the Time of the
I Year to Look for Comfort.
I iSL JB J&K 2s
g Is prepared to do that and to offer his gentlemSn friends the best Shoe
for the money that can be produced. 1 le speaks of his.
"' I"?,"- :S.!. ' '" ,a"' ,,,I,"I' Ki, r (loth Tops. Patent leather. Black. Vicl
...... ,Fll .sm. , m.s,. -.uim s are muiinaled for the money.
It w ill pay you to see
FOR YOl ll FOOT
Widths A to K. Sizes o to 11.
EKJHTEEN'TII STREET AXD
Q" Wc close Qt 6:30 Except Wednesday and Saturday Evenlnss.
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of all Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry that is
worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
Wota, the Jawehr.
1803 SLOf.ai Aft
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from our brewery. It Is the farorlte
of the laborer, the epicure, the rich man and the poor man.
Its flavor is delicious, i.s -bidy" right to please all taiUt.
Made right tero tt homo of ths finest mslt and cboloest hop,
and by the roost alvnnccd process; hy shouldn't "KOCK
ISLAND" be the best?
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
Bouncing Big Bargains
Phone 4174. Twentieth Street. i
In haudsouie headgear may
lm seen at Mrs. I Frenz's 1
Are employed, and an assort- !
nient at prices that please is 1
always shown. !
Mrs. LaFrenz, 1324 Third Ave.1
Jnst Received a nice new
liae of Sailor Hats.
Men's Suit Department.
A spliTdid line if men's suits in noat fiBE
A v.iiiy of puitprns in plum cassim.-r
and faucy cDciuis. orib J' Si'. at
A tianner line of men s w.lts. nimle wi .ti l.road faeirii'.
tin plpinir. spi-iilul imdy lining, by fa - mirMiiir t
arc udver;L-..ni:. price
Men' fine wnr;cl suits nnd all-wool c issi
rnerps. orth from 13.. to r at
Oiir fine lino of tailor-made svit. bearir" nn M. K.
laiirl. I'l i-h an M. & K. m.iraritee. eii.il to eus:.iu
mad.-. ...1 .ii.iy are the suits .tt-r made a:id
lrmo-d. 1lL a uaranted s:tv:ii of l ti .t n evt-ry
suit 1 hese suit ranire in prioe- ti. iih ?'t iO and
We tit. pad and pro, every suit and kvp it ress.sj
for one year without cbarre.
Childrens Clothing Elegance.
Vliat-T vi r Iviy's Wothinif Ihoiu-ht mar bve
been. h-rr vou will find Its ninterializuthin More nov-l-lies
in hililri-n s -ar than all tlie clo liini.' stor-s lu
KMk li.n.d Moitn. a!i1 IfavfrifMrrt itiitiiiicd ran slio
novelti iliut are tii:l tjtprorJy fur us and thai no
olbcr dt.'altM can sbuw.
Fefer svit f r.tn to & V)
Vestee i;:ts from ! Si) to ; 7.
R'isian t. loose s'llls f-,,m SO to T.V.
l-'aDCy sailor suits fnirn Ci.Tll to fid.
Our wa-h suits. T hen rf?ei-,ed, will rai.ee in trire
from Jiy ti M -a
A f?w Wilt suits lof: at half price.
Kuif troi.sers from o. toVs,
Si. in w aists (ruin Vr to fl v,.
Ai-rct , for St.i and Moi her s friend w aist
l.louse waists fn,m ZS; to f: 'M.
K::e .rote-irs Is.. Ir.m.:l;w1 b'r-e frj, 7,, t jr..
linjwbi. o. r:;.s Irum to 4". btraw b its from
5c to ti.
Boys Suit Department.
lniK I'ant Sall, Slrrt IS I I I'mrm.
SH'-ndid sen iisi aMe IW.vs' lyitiir l'ant Suit that r
nae inat-rxl ii -eJ 95
etieap al V.
Jt-Mer crades of Itot ' S ji madr of Hnw tborne e.
sirif.r' m :il wetr nke ii-attier. bep at
i, we are seuitiir at
A fit:" lir e of It., vs' All Wool Suit. In lbtit and dark
!- t:i .jn!s, leir iiar f VI qualillen
Never sold for ibiin i Wi are the BnvV R'llu fou
f.i t hil in ejr store, w bleb we are well- J ff
i'.tr at S .yi
I3ci'a-ee of stile and pcrreetion In til are wbt ye) ret
111 ttj.: Ytuut Met, s Suit a are M.'lnrif 50
Tb-1 M-st Itovs' I.ti P.a.ts Suits made
p-.Ki notie iM-tter tbaiitbtae
we are -LiT;g at
$12 to $15
More Childress novelties than all the stores In the three cities combined can show.
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