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THE AEGUS, SATTJBDAY, JAXTTAilY 2S, 1S99.
The W-ather W May Hire.
Fair, ar d much colder tonlfbt. vl b
cold wave: Sun4ay, fair and continued
very cell wea her.
It Is decidedly col Jer throughout the
Dakota. Montana and tbe Brit iih north
w'L Winnipeg U the coldest point
with a temperature of 36 degrees belo ir
ztm: Moorhe 1 reports 28 decrees be
low: ELsmarck. 22 degrees below; t II
Uston and Swift Current, 24 decrees below.
H J. M. S-ntBitR. Observer.
Bowl by for bargains.
Pay your water rent.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Read Beecher's new ad.
Lots for sale, Beiriy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Be wise and smoke Kinship.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Dressed dncks at Hess Bros'.
Attend Dolly Bio shoe sale.
Dressed turkeys at Hess Bros'.
Cuban combs at Miss Toliver's.
Dressed chickens at Hess Bros'.
Homes on installment plan, Ileidy
Try Miss Toliver's camphorated
Acneine for pimples for sale by Miss
The Rock Island Club elects di
Corn and peas, 5 cents per can, at
Mauckcr's cash stores.
Phonographs and records at led
rock prices at Bowlby's.
There was a hard times dance at
Turner hall last night.
Fresh eggs, 1G cents per dozen at
Mauckcr's cash stores.
Dressed turkeys, chickens and ducks
at Hess Bros' this evening.
Mari Antoinette hair pins 25 cents
a package at Miss Toliver's.
Dr. F. K. Haley, dentist, 1615 Sec
ond avenue, over David Don's,
Very low prices on shoes and rub
bers tbis evening at Beechcr's.
Dewey perfume '2 cents at Miss
Toliver's, over 1813 Second avenue.
Mask costumes. Bunkcrr, over S.,
B. & S. shoe store. Davenport, Iowa.
(iood skating at Sangerfest hall
rink, Davenport. Admission 10 cents.
Nice navel oranges 10, 121 or 15
cents per dozen at Maucker's cash
Navel oranges, 10 cents per dozen,
f.T 40 ceots per peck at Maucket's
XXXX coffee 10 cents, Arbnckle
and Lion 11 cents per package at
Mauckcr's cash stores.
J. F. Dindingcr, printer, has re
snoved to 1017 Second avenue, north
r ide of Spencer square.
You will find excellent skating at
Sangerfest hall rink, Davenport. Ad
mission only 10 cents.
If those parties do not pay, pee
Eastman. 1712 Second avenue. Uflice
open till 9 p. ni. Phone 4202. '
Largest stock of cameras and
camera supplies in the three cities and
prices the lowest at Bowlby's.
The Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen will give a masquerade ball
Valentinenight.Feb.il, at Armorv
John Murray and J. Mulligan were
each sentenced to 10 days in the coun
ty jail for vagrancy by Magistrate
Columbia zithers tuned for 25 cents.
A full stock of these instruments for
sale at greatly reduced prices at
The Hallelujah club will give its
first annual ball at Bochc's hall Feb.
4. Tickets 25 cents. Ladies free.
All arc invited.
llememler Bowlby lias two first-
Shadow of Herself
Stomach Wcs Too Weak
to Retain Food
A Complete Cure Effected by
New Enjoying t.v.o Cost of Health,
With Digestion Porfoct.
"My mother was subject to sick head
cches and Indigestion for over a year.
She was unaMo to stand for n- length
of time, and was obliged to Etay la ciark
room as she could cot bear tho light. Sfcs
had co appetite whatever and her stomach
T7C9 co weak she ecu Id not retain what
food sbo did cat. Bho also had severe
pains in her head. She suCercd co much
that she bccairo but the ehadow of her
self. One day I happened to read a tes
timonial about Hood's Scrsaporilla. It
. . Sounded Co Truthful
I persuaded her tD try this medicine.
Before finishing tho Crsi bottle there was
an improvement in her condition. Fhe no
longer threw op her food and her head
ache was not as 6evcre. She took in all
four bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and
several boxes of Hood's Pills and regained
her weight. She is now enjoying the beet
cf health. Her digestion is good and she
can cat almost anything she wishes. Sho
is 42 years old and says eho feels as we' I
as when she was 16. Hood's Sarsaparilla
mado completo euro la her case."
Miss Maitt Mascahie, Irocton, Ohio.
Is the best In fact the One Tnie ftkvKi ruriBcr.
prepared only by C. I. flood C o.. Iwrll. Has.
HOOd'S Pills elS":,
class old experienced piano tuners and
repairers. Charges reasonable and
The policy of expansion is all right.
Anti-Washboard soap is -absolutely
the best and is made at home. Just
expound on that idea.
The board of managers and com
mittee on laws of the lioyal Xeighliors
of America are still in session at the
new Woodmen building.
There are other soaps besides Anti-
Vtasn board soan made here at home.
The wrappers of an v of our brands
are valuable for premiums.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at 6 a. m. was 2.80; at
noon it was 2.80 The temperature at
nooD was 10 above at the bridge.
This is the last week in which you
can get your choice of any pair of
shoes in the store for f 2.50. Hurst,
He Cuts the Price. Open tonight.
You can borrow money on any kind
of personal property without publici
ty or removal. Eastman, 1712 Sec
ond avenue. Office open till 9 p. in.
The second annual ball of the
Iowa Barbers' association. Davenport
branch No. 1, will be given at Turner
Grand Opera house, Tuesday evening.
This is the last week in which you
can pick any pair of men's (3.50 and
$4 Goodyear welt nhoes for (2.50.
Hurst. He Cuts the Price. Oren to
Some extraordinary fine bargains in
second-hand pianos and organs, some
of them only used a short t me. Very
easy payments made oo them. See
them at Bowlby's bargain house.
Don't fonret to arransre to attend the
grand up-to-date'cake walk at Har
per s theatre reb. "J. Kvery body is
going, so if you want a unique even
ing's entertainment be there with the
Bunkerr. palmist and clairvoyant,
tells past, present and future; also
agen t for Madame Bun kerr's mask cos
tumes. Over S. , B- S. shoe store,
Davenport, Iowa, Harrison and Sec
An evidence of the effect of truthful
advertising was shown at Bennett's
today, when gloves were offered at
25 cents jer pair. .Over a thousand
pairs were disposed of, some ladies
buying as high as 12 pjirs.
Richard Edwards. D.D., LL.D., of
Blooniington, 111., formerly state sup
erintendent of schools, will address
the men's meeting at tbe Y. M. C. A.
Sunday afternoon; subject Needs of
Today." All men arc invited.
Seven different old reliable makes
of piano:; to select from the largest
stock in the three cities all
sizes and colors. We undersell
everybody. Get our prices before
you buy. and you will be convinced.
Bowlbv's ban; tin house.
Davenport Turner masque ball will
lie held Feb. 4. Tickets can be se
cured at Fred Wolmann's jewelry
store. Stage performance begins at
H:15, unmasking at 11:30; street carat
12.' Seats reserved at Klenze's drug
store Wednesday, Feb. 1.
The ladies of Sacred Heart parish
have arranged to give a musical and
social at the temporary church at
Twent v-ei"rhth street - and Fifth-nnd-
a-half avenue Tuesday nfid Wednes
day evcuings next. A pleasing enter
tainment will be given.
Robert Fitztimmons, of 1500 Sixth
avenue, bad the tips of the thumb
and tirst finjrer of his right hand
painfully lacerated by being caught in
a saw at me kock island sasu ami
door works this morning. Dr. W. II.
1-uuewig attended him.
Contractor Fuller is now at work
at Rock Island arsenal installing a
lighting system for the main avenue
and the principal intersecting streets
in the neighborhood of the shops and
th ofiicers' quarters. Tho contrct
calls for arc lights at all points where
A mild blizzard has been prevailing
during today, and while the atmos
phere has Iteen biting and the wind
tierce the elements have not leen of
such severity that they could not le
contended against. A cold wave is
predicted tonight with decidedly cold
Nick Nissen. of 1226 Seventh ave
nue, was struck in the head with a
piece of coal, receiving a gash two
indies in length. Mr. Nissen was
hauling a load of coal from the mine
back of Milan, and while walking
alongside of his wagon a piece of the
coal tumbled off, striking him in the
Instructions given in water colors,
china and oil painting every Monday
and Thursday afternoon. Class will
open at 1:30 Monday, Jan. 30, at Mrs.
Ryan's, 1229 Second avenue. Rock
Island. Any one interested in this
work will find it to their advantage to
call soon. Miss Monro, who will con
duct this class, nas large classes in
Da - enport and Moline.
There was a collision on Fifth ave.
nue Iietwcen Thirty-lirst and Thirty
second streets yesterday afternoon be
tween one of tbe Timlcrlakc express
wagons and a rig of Charles Oswald.
The latter's vehicle ras overturned
and considerably damaged. Mr. Os
wald lieing thrown out, but not in
jured, and groceries distributed along
W. B. Mancker has restocked the
Wheelan grocery store with choice
gools. which he is selling at very
close ligures. Mr. Mancker does nut
projose to be driven out of the gro
cery business by department stores or
any other kind of stores, and for that
reason he Is buying groceries and flour
in car lots to save the middlemen's
proCts. and prejoscs to give that ben
efit to the customer.
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
755-67 Second Avenue.
We Want to
Customer of Ours.
No need in these days to be ashamed of anything that's American. You know
we beat the world in building anything from a Battleship to the best Bicycle,
and to say we are representing TWELVE of the leading bicycle makers
means something that's worth your while to investigate.
Do Not Buy a Blcvcle Because it is Painted a
You know poor material can be easily covered over. We can furnish
reliable bicycles in any color. We are preparing for a big business, and will
be able to show you the largest and best line of Bicycles, Sundries and i
Repairing, at the right prices.
Harper Mouse Block.
How many opportunities we
otTer for a bo-jn eocs dinner,
unless you give attention to
the fact. Call at the store
and you will find no trouble In
selecting something for a
rtlish. Read the list below.
WAII Ads Look- n
lie ad Lettuce, Spanish Oolons,
I Wine Saps,
i Dressed Duek. Dres,ed Chickens,
, . Ir-.sseU Turkeys.
'canned and hulk oystkks.
lean enl ul
5 CENT SALE
of articles. Head the list that follows,
vou will need some of the things.
Full size dust pan 'c
2-quart suds dipper 5c
Candle sticks 5c
1 - quart tea steppers ...5c
Wire coat frames ' 5c
4-hook coat rack 5c
6-wire egg beater 5c
3 tin cups for 5c
Can opener for 5c
Soup ladle for 5c
4-holc mouse trap for 5c
Comb case for ...5c
Salt and pepper shake for 5c
;iass jelly stand 5c
ABC china set 5c
China sauce dishes 5c
China pin tray for 5c
China tea pot'stand 5c
Large '.-ottle ammouia 5c
1 aige bottle blneing.. 5c
Scrub brush for 5c
2- hand brush for 5c
2 loxes stove polish for 5c
Double bar castilc soap 5c
Many other articles too numerous
I J. RAW1SER,
Thousands cured of eye
trouble by our method
of fitting spectacles
Oar Manufacturing Jew.
Is a grand success. It
bus more than doubled
in the last year, speaks
volumes for tho -work
we arc doing. All kinds
of jewelry made to
order. Old gold and
LkrnMtl to Wed.
and Optician. -
e to Me."i
The man or woman who says that, or thinks it, is the
man or woman who is apt to get the worst of it in a
search for values.
We intend our ads to be, and they are, an index of
whafs occuring in our store, a newspaper looking-gass
that reflects daily the best things we've got to offer you.
Do you think we pay good money to advertise high
prices? ' ' ;
Would advertising! pay us if we didn't really give
u- usual values?
Read Our Ads.
They'll prove to be worth your while In dollars
and cents. Theyfre not sensational, but always
full of Good Things and
While our buyer is in New York placing contracts
for our new spring stock, which will be the greatest stock
of high grade wearing apparel ever shown in this vicinity,
we are making a special effort to reduce our stock ot
winter goods Wherevt r there are small lots like J, 2, or
three of a kind, little bits ot prices prevail. It will surely
pay you to investigate.
I See Our Prices for This
Every Promise Made in Our Store is Backed with a $1,000 Guarantee.
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.1729 Second Avenue, Rock Isfand.
115 and 117 VV. Second St Davenport S
C. Albert rrl)n. Moline
Miss Ida Peterson. Moliac
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