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THE AE&US. SATURDAY, JANUAEY 7, 1899.
Tha Weather We Mmy Hare,
Generally fair tonight and Sunday;
Today's Temperature 10.
F. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Pay jour water rent.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Shoe sale at Dolly Bros'.
Lota for sale, Reidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
For real estate, E..J. Burns.
. Smoke Kinship, and b happy.
F. B. Q. finest beyond question.
Hams 5 cents a pound at S. J. Ap
ple's. Homes on installment plan, Reidy
Hams 5 cents a pound at S. J.
Athens lump coal can't be beat.
McKown has it.
Steel ranges at Xoftsker's. Best
makes, lowest prices.
The Iowa state poultry show closed
at Davenport last night.
Plenty of fresh butter and eggs to
sell cheap at Beecher's.
Plenty of dressed ducks and geese
at Hess Bros', this evening. j
Men's mocha mitts, tleeeed lined, 25
cents at Young & AlcCombs'.
Dr. F. R. Haley, dentist, 1615 Sec
ond avenue, over David Don's,
sewed shoes now go for $2.50 a pair.
At the clearing sale you now get your
choice of anv pair "in the store for
12.50. Hurst. He Cuts the Price.
Black Hawk court So. 523, Court of
Honor, will give an entertainment and
social at Beselin's hall Monday even
ing, Jan. 9, at 8 o'clock. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend. Aa
mission 15 cents.
A great chance for bargains. Don't
miss the opportunity. The Pinneo
dry goods and household effects will
be sold at auction, afternoons and
evenings, 'commencing Saturday of
this week. Goods will go cheap for
Ihe three cities seldom witness
such an array of gorgeousness as will
lie seen at the ereat niasouerade of the
le great niasm
eial club at D:
the Turner Grand opera house to-
Plenty of dressed turkeys and chick
ens at Hess Bros', this evening.
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat
urday night. Tickets 25 cents.
Everybody well pleased with the
bargains at Young & MeCombs'.
Second hand school books. 1717
Second avenue. C. C. Taylor, manager
Bargains in rflice supplies. 1717
Second avenue. C. C. Taylor, manager.
Millinery at one-third original price
at Young & MeCombs' January clear
I have the lovliest and largest see
oud hand store west of Cbica"o,
II those parties io not pay. see
Eastman, 1712 Second avenue. " Oflicc
open till 9 p. m.
ji you want to tuy any shoes or
rublers this evening, go to Beecher's
and save money.
Ivy Leaf Social club masquerade
at Turner Grand opera house, Daven
port, this evening.
John T. Xoftsker has skates for
every body. Boys' clamp skates for
10 cents a pair while they last.
f 10, $15 and $20 jackets all put on
one table and to lie closed at $5.
Young fc MeCombs' January clearing
The Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen wiy give a masquerade ball
Valentine night, Feb. 14, at Armory
The stage of water at the Rock Is!
and bridge at 6 a. m. was 2.60; at
noon 2.50. The temperature at noon
The Tri-City Baptist Young Peo
pie's union meats next Tuesday even-
. .i i . . . , i
ing at me taivary uupusi cuurcn, in
The Rock Island Y. M. C. A. bas
ket ball team defeated the Davenport
team in the latter city last night by a
score of I'J to 14.
The monthly meeting of the Associ
ated Charities will be held at 7:30
Monday evening at the society's rooms
in Masonic temple.
Don't miss the grand masquerade
ball lirft of the season given by the
Ivy Ieaf bocial club at luruer hall,
Davenport, this evening.
At the clearing sale vou can now
pick any pair of the Rock Island fac
tory s iiox can or genuine Kangaroo
skating shoes tor f z a pair.
You can borrow money on any kind
of personal property without publici
ty or removal. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue. Olliec open till 9 p. m.
The thermometer registered 5alove
zero at 7 o'clock this morning. The
indications are for continued cold to
night ami a little warmer tomorrow.
Now is the time to secure
bargains at Young & MeCombs'
Every article in the entire establish
ment marked down for our January
Among the delegates appointed by
Gov. Tanner yesterday to the Na
tional Pure Food and Drug congress,
at Washington. Jan. IS, was T.-H.
Thomas, of this city.
You can now pick any pair of the
Rock Island factory's finest kid shoes
for $2.50. Clearing talc prices will
prevail on all lines until the entire
t-tock on band is closed out.
Men's $?.50 and $1 Goodyear welt
upor alx years I ru a Tlrtlm ofdya-
rpalA in Its wort form, i tcultl rat ooiliiti
ul milk toast, and at timnray tiR(b uld
not retain and diurst evn that. March 1
b(ran kln; CASCAKKT.- and smrt1 thra t
tt.-e !-a)il improved, until 1 am as well as I
ever wu in my life."
lvio H. Mvhpht. Newark. O.
f I tl LJ CATHARTIC
tLW T0 COWIWWCO
PtMiant. Palatable. Potent. Tat 5wd. Po
Good. vrr iuraeo. wito. Gnpe. c, lie. Sue.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
mm Tfl Bt Sold and e"rneed ty aU rn
ltUl U"CaW uua to CI MJi Totoaooo Uaolk
night. A stage performance, a grand
military band and cash prizes will be
features of the evenins's entertain
Drs. V. D. Middleton, of Davenport
and G. L. Eysler, C. C. Carter, and
J. R. Jlollo'wbush. in behalf of the
city of Rock Island, today mado an
expert examination of the injuries of
Belle Starkey, who has instituted suit
in the circuit court against the munici
pality for damages.
Mrs. Mathilda Jordan," of Moline.
was a ljudged insane bv a jury in the
county court yesterday afternoon, and
was taken to the Watertown asvlum
by her husband. Mrs. Jordan is 58
years of age. She has been subject
to attacks of melancholia, which pro
duced her present condition.
The annual report of the season's
output of the Rock Island Lumber
company (one mill) is as follows:
Number of feet of lumber cut, 29.2 K),
000; number of feet of lath. 800,000:
pieces of shingles. 650.UUU; 45,860,-
000 feet of lumber sold; cars loaded
2.SU0. The mill run 172 days.
It is just possible that Anti-Wash
Ioard soap may not suit you; don'
condemn home manufactured soaps
on that account. Try the Imperial or
any other brand of Kock island soap
J be wrappers lrom any brand are
valuable for premiums. We make
all grades of soap, but Anti-Wash
board is the best.
Dr. F. R. Haley, at one time a resi
dent of Rock Island, but since gradu
ating from the dpntal department of
the lowa .Mate university, lias located
in the city. After srraduatinfj he
practiced in New York, but later de
cided to come here to live. He has
pleasant ollicesat 1615 Second avenue
over David Don's.
A thing that must be stopped, says
Johnny Jones. '-Did vou ever stop
to think that the enormous sum of
from $50,000 to $100,000 of our jrood
old Rock Island money is left in Dav
enport, Iowa, every vear. Let us
manage a little better from this on
and keep more of the monev at home
and contribute to the upbuilding of
our own beautiful city. Iam still do
inr business at the old stand, next
loor to the Rock Island house."
Johnny Jones, the greatest second
band friend on earth.
Prof. (.'. A. Wendell, instructor in
English "Instorv at the High school,
has arranged a literary .contest in
which a if the members vt, his class
ire ep.Tted to participate-.- It will
consist in the writing of a letter based
on English history, describing the
condition of the people of that coun
try beginning with 1214, the informa
tion to be drawn from the Magna
Charta. The contest will close Jan.
31. Prof. E. V. Robinson, Mrs.
Eastman and Miss Alice Rush have
lieen select ed as judges.
The will of the late Andreas
Scliultze, of Hampton, has beou pro
bated in the county court 1 he tes
tator names his wife, Amelia. a- exe
cutrix and bequeaths to her $2,000 in
cash and all his personal property.
He leaves all his realc-tate to his son.
Franz, on condition that he first pay
to deceased's sons, Andreas. Henrv
and Fritz, $925 each; to Edward, an
other son. $725; Henrv Littje, a grand
son, $:100; anil Anna Scliultze, a grand
daughter, $ i00. If Franz shall fail to
accept the property on the conditions
named it is ordered that it be sold and
the proceeds divided among the
heirs. The testator also makes a be-
luest of a team of horses and a set
of double harness to Albert Lewien.
We are showing the largest and best line of
STEEL RANGES, CAST COOKS and
RANGES, HEATERS and FURNACES in
the city, at prices that defy competition.
It will pay you to call and examine them at
155-1617 Second Avenue.
ks Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
jg Bicycle is LLOYD'S, Harper
3sj House Block.
r Z.. .
Eldredsie, the Wheel that
Miller Rides ....
ELDREDGE $50.00 40.00 35.00
COLUMBIA chainless, $75.00, chain,
$50 $40. $25
RAMBLER 30-inch, $45, $40, $35.
LUTHY highest price chain wheel, $75
TRIBUNE $50' $35 $30
TIGER $50' $35
IMPERIAL $40' $30
ADLAKE $45' $30- $25-IDEALS-$J0,
$25- $20- $18
IDEALS boys and girls, $JQ, $18. $20
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge.
Remember the Maine ...
Harper House Block.
Leading Bicycle Makers
of the World. Pj
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price.
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
Wholesale and Retail Bicycle Repairing and Sundries.
Everything sold fully guaranteed.
On Fine Table Linen That Will Intereot
All Kronomlcal lloaiirkeepers.
Lovers of nice table linen will be
nterested in the following prices on
louble satin damask pattern cloths
I'attern I'lo, cloth vards, nap
kins 21-inch, regular price $1.50,
clearing sale $3.1U.
Pattern 240, cloth 1'xJ -ards. nap
kins 21-inch, regular price $5, clear-
ng sale $3.'.'S.
Pattern 2t, cloth l'x.i yards, nap
kins 26x26. regular price $13, clear-
n;r sale $10.97.
Pattern 219, cloth 2x31 yards, nap
kins 26x26. regular price $11.60. ciear-
ng sale $11.69.
Pattern 62. cloth 2x4 vards, nap
kins 26x26, regularprice $16.50, clear
er sale $12.43.
Pattern 218. cloth 2x3 vards. nap
kins 26x26. regular price $16.50,
clearing sale $13.27.
2x2i vards, snow drop pattern
cloth", regular price $2.50, clearing
All goods bv the vard or by the
dozen are cut from 15 to 35 per cent
during this aale.
inipply vour wants in muslin.
sheeting and pillowcasing at our
great clearing sale prices.
loLNG iV McCombs.
l)-io-Be for Fifty Cemta.
Gcaranteed totiaoco habit cure, makea weak
saea auroeg, Mewl pure. Waal. AUdruggiat
g ...Almost Any Day...H
You can find something
new in the market at
Hess Bros. You can find
plenty of seasonable
groceries. Order bv
phone and you will re
ceive careful attention.
lExtra Low Prices
Head Lettuce, Spanish Onions,
Dressed G'-ese, Dressed Chickens,
Dressed Ducks, Dressed Turkeys,
CANNED AMI lll'Llv OYSTERS.
1 HESS BROS. I
EC KM ARTS
ToiU t Soap.
ance of this week: .
prices the bal-
1.000 bars of jrood toilet, 2 for 5c,
alwavs sold at 5c a bar.
A big double bar of castile soap for
oc, worth double.
A 10c cake of tar soap for 5c.
3 bars of witch hazel soap in box,
nicely wrapped for 5c.
500 cakes of soap,
each cake, 5c for both.
1 lot Jack roses, Japan lillics, regu
larprice 25c per box, sale price, 2 boxes
19c a box for anv of our hirh grades
of toilet samzerona. violettes, russes,
tulie roses, etc.
We Carry a
Of the most carefully selected
Goods and are now in betier
shape than ever to give our
VERY : BEST : GOODS
at the lowest possible price.
Remember us with your
NELSON & LUNDQUIST
320 Tweatieth Street. Theme 103P.
S a rule, Trousers beat the Coat and Vest to a finish by
several months. That s what makes this extra Trou-
W a t J . a
ser season, rixtra l rousers will go larther than any
thing else toward keeping your suit spick and span the
balance of the winter and the cost is not much.
Pair of Pants for
Pair of Dollars.
That are surely "Breeches of
Promise." They will tone up
an old coat and vest wonder
fully, fine fitters and excel
lent wearing qualities
Trousers From 37 c to
Any alterations you may want
will be made, and pressed
for one y ear without charge,
at $6.00 down to---::-"
Lengthen the life of your suit
at least one-half. Quite a
few small lots at this price
which we reduced from $3.50
And some that cost more;
supply you, with a pair.
The Store That Backs Every Promise or Claim
Their Ads Call for With a $1,000 Guarantee. U
Have Trousers at
fact Is, we can
W oW-S rjmBiV
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 VV. Second St Davenport.