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THE AEGUS. TUESDAY, MAROTT 7, 1899.
l)l The Wcatlier We May flave.
Partly clmiilv weather tonight and
Welne-slay; rUin:? iemp:rature.
Today's temperature 17 above.
Ml J. M. Sbekieb, Observer.
is to meet in I);iven
Iaf lard at Cilmore's.
Eberhart's piano house
For insurance, E. J. Burns,
lie wise and smoke Kinship.
For real estate. E. J. Burns.
Money to loan. Keidy Bros.
Dressed poultry at Schroeder's.
Fresh eggs and butter at Long's
List vour property with Keidy Bros
I'lent v of frch tisli at Hess Bros"
tomorrow. Phone 1":J1.
Mavor (lustav Swensson. of Moline
announces that he is a candidate for
CJroup No. 7. of the Iowa State Bank
jKjrt March 15.
The Improvement iruild of Trinitv
parish will meet at the rectory Wed
nesday at 'J p. in.
Dyeing and cleaning f every
description Ione at Ycrburv's dve
works. Superior work guaranteed
J he rhn-ni linage company ex
pects to complete the linishing touch
es on the Crescent bridge the present
Vhe last dance of the series of
dances jjivcn bv tlie Kock Island Turn
(ienieinde will lie held Wednesday,
(let vour spring dresses and iight
jackets cleaned at Yerbury's dye
works. Thev rnarantce not to farle
For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
$4 ier ton. and" crushed coke at $4.40,
at the works.
;. II. Sohrbcck. of Moline, was ten
dered a place ii the slate board of
pharmacy bv I iov. Tanner. Mr. Sohr
The stage of water at the Bock Isl
and bridge at H a. in. was .'5.75: at
noon it was :!. '1 he temperature
at noon was 15.
The handie.-ip billiard tournament
at the Kock Island Club opens tonight-
ronrtecn entries have licen ma"le lor
t he club trophy.
The King's Daughters today sent
over loo pounds of reading matter to
the soldiers in camps at rin.tr del Kio
and Puerto Principe. Cuba.
J he citizens of Kural wiil imUl a
union caucus at the Kural town hall
Saturday. March 1. at "' o'clock p.
in., for the purjiose of nominating
ton nship olliccrs.
The Kock Island count v loard of
supervisors met in special MaPch ses
sion at the court hoiiseat "' o'clock t his
afternoon. Hills aggregating $m.)pii
hae been presented to the board.
Travel over the Kock Island bridge
yesterday amounted to: Foot, north
577 south 5li., total !.14(i; teams,
north 45:S. south 451. total '.Mil: street
cars, north south . total 170.
Clinton and return any lime during
the season of lS'.i'J for the return to
us of 150 Anti-Washboard soap wrap-jM-rs.
Begin to save them now. War
nock & Kalston.
That's the talk. McCal-e's are at
the front with a nice line if strictly
high grade, all wool ingrain carpets
at :. cents a yard for the balance of
this wick. None to dealers.
Otto Seidli-t, an employe in the ma
chine shops at the arsenal, sustained
a rut two inches long in his left tem
ple while at work this morning. Dr.
C. C. Carter attended him.
Make every purchase count. A
purchase of Kock Island soap of any
brand count three times: Once for
good woik. once for premiums and
once for the good of our town.
I can place money in amounts of
loo. 'io, :!i'0. $5i m, $ I.ooo and up
in an investment that will pay 7 to 8
per cent. Apply to K. .1. Burns,
room 12. Mitchell & Lynde building.
McCabe's carpet advertisement
brings out the buyers. In apprecia
tion of this generous response, the
new linn will sell pure wool ingrain
carpets for the balance of the week at
35 cents a yard. j
The disposal of the pillow by t he
Indies' Aid society of the Sons of Vet
erans will take place Thursday even
ing. March .', at Memorial hall. A
program will be giveu and Lent lunch
served. Admission free. Lunch extra.
Mike Kock. of the night shift at the
Sylvan Steel works, was struck in the
right eve by a bar of steel that le
came clogged in the roller early this
morning. He was taken to ths Moline
city hospital, where the attending
physicians found it necessary to re
move the eye.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herbert de
sire to cordially thank the young la
dies of St. Mary's Catholic Sodality
society, and all their friends who so
kindly assisted them in the liereave
ment. the death of their niece Miss
Mr. and Mr?. William Andrews
wish to express their gratitude to
neighbors hihI friends for expressions
of sympathy and kindly assistance in
the death of their little son. Paul. To
Kev. T. W. fJrafton and choir and to
those who so generously gave beauti
ful lloral tributes, thev also extend
their grateful thanks.
It has been planned to give a chil
dren's recital or -matinee at K. P. hall
one week from next Saturday for the
lienetit of the free kindergarten. The
best musical talent in the three cities
will take part, and the entertainment,
from an artistic standpoint as well as
in consideration of the object for
which it is to be given, should have a
The will of Frederick Schneider, of
this city, was probated in the county
court yesterday. J he deceased di
rects that his entire estate go to his
ivhIow, Margarelba Schnenler. on
condition that she does not marrv
again. If she does, the testator or
ders that his property be left to his
son. Johann Schneider, Frederick
Hagedorn to be his guardian in case
he lie not of age. The will was drawn
Oct. 11, lull 4. Kunigi'nde Ittner is
ippointed executrix of the wiil.
Owing to the severe weather, the
attendance was lighter than usual at
the industrial fair last night. 1 he
program was under the auspices of
the V. M. C. A. orchestra, which
played numerous charming selections.
juartet composed or Messrs. W. I
Jradlev, J. (J. Hazard. Harlev Don-I
i Id sou and P. K. Mitsch, sang "Nancy
ee ' ami "lou re All ltighl. Hut lou
Don't He t In" was well sung by Miss
Tonight Kobert Abbott and II. Holt
will sing the latest popular songs.
rot. Kosetta, the harpist, and daugh
ter. Marie, will give the latest senti
mental songs. Ben F. Imhof will
give t he latest coon song ami dance.
Eldredge, the wheel that
Miller Rides ....
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Representing 14 Leading Bicycle Makers
of the World.
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
ar.d examine the 1S99 models at
015-1617 Second Avenue. ROCK ISLAND.
FJ.l'RKDtJE $50.00- 4O.00 35.00
COLUMBIA chainless. model. $05.00-
19 model, $75.00- !. $50- 40 25
RAMBLER 30-inch. $45. $40. $35
LUTHT" highest price chain wheel made.
TRIBUXE $50. $40.
IMPERIAL $40. $J0.
ADLAKE $45 $30- $25
IDEALS-$tf0. $25- $20 $18
IDEALS boys and girls, $6. $18- $20
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge $50.
. . Remember the Maine . .
Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
Bicycle is at LLOYDS,
Harper House Block.
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
TOIiolexaleuml Ketall Itlcyilen. K veryt liinfj Hold f ally gunriintepil .
SUNDRIES AND RKPA11UNG.
4 David Cramer
part lot t, 11, 17,
Sanih L. Wells lo Ella J.
lot -J. block :5. Healv's subdiv.
Joshua Holland to Jesse W
lard. w.J nw.l 1. 1U, 5w, J00.
F. W. Sauermanii et al to Emma S
Saiicrmaiin, subdiv., 17, block 10,
Spencer A: Case'sadd.. Kock Island. $1
LlreufleU to Weil.
Ant. 111 Kefl'r liellevue. Iowa
M' Inna Lewis ... Moline
.1 li 11 ; . stark South M .lin
Mi--. Newtrom South Mliu
:trl V4-!.T I.-k l-lail
Mi tjdau Aruiit Hock Island
Is Hess Bros, motto. The
reason is because you can
liml anything that is'season
able tn their large and com
Order by telephone and
your order will receive
prompt attention. Bead
our list below.
Head Lettuce, Spanish Onions.
Nor hern Spy.
In the spring the human body needs
assistance to throw olT the stagnation
produced by winter diet. As the tem
ticrature rises under tin growing heat
f the sun's ravs. we feel tired, half
sick ami low in spirits, lieeausc the
blood is sluggish and full of impuri
ties. Dr. J. 11. McLean's Strength
ening Cordial and Blood Purifier is a
reliable spring remedy to invigorate
the Llood and give tone to the diges
tion. Price 60 cents and $1 a bottle.
For sale bv M. F. B.ihnsen ami T.
W ine Saps,
Dressed Ducks. Cresscd Cklekccs.
Ill I. K AND t .VN.VKI) OYSTKKS.
18i3 Bel At.
A hacking cough is a prave-yard
eougti; the booiu r you pet rid of it tho
better. Don't wait until it develops
into consumption, but use the cele
brated Dr. John W. Bud's Congh
Syrup at once. It is a wonderful
remedy for all throat and lung affec
tions, and will cure a deep-seated
couzh or cold in a f(jw days.
Go ugh Syrup
Will cure a Hacking Cough.
lViwt arc nnall an,l pK-asaut tu takr. Doctors
rccvotincad it. fnee cu. At il dtuggisia.
Si'iallr KlienmatlHin tnrel.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist
Kichmond, Va.. says: ! had a fear
mi aiiack 01 sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months: was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
rheumatism. This cured me after
loctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any c fleet. I have also heard of
line results from others who have
Sold by Otto CJrotjan. 1501 Second
ivcnue. Bock Inland: Cust Schlegel &
Son. I'l'O West Second street, Daven
Have You Hail the irip?
If vnu have, vou probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal vour lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
listase. lolev s Honev ami Jar
Cough Medicine is unquestionably the
ln-st remedy for the throat and lungs.
Pleasant to take and is guaranteed.
The real estate and personal taxes
are now ilue and payable at the town
ship collector's ollice on the first floor
of the court house.
Timothy O'Neill, Collector.
'(iive nie a liver regulator and I
can regulate the world." said a genius.
The druggist handed him a bottle of
De Witt's Little Early Kisers. the
famous little pills. For sale by T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Ileissjand M. F. Bahn
On March 7 and 21. April 4 and 18.
and May 2 and 16. the C. K. I. & P.
railway will sell round trip tickets to
a number of points north, -west and
southwest at the rate of one fare plus
for the round trip.
For frost bites, burns, indolent
sores, eczema, skin disease, and
especially piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve stands first and liest. Look out
for dishonest people who try to imi
tate and counterfeit it. It's their
en lcrsement of a good article
Worthless good are not imitated.
Get DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
For sale by T. II. Thomas, A. J. Reiss
and M. F. Bahnsen. druggists.
- -Be tor nrty c
Otarsteed tebacco b&bit cure, mak.
EC KM ART'S
Advance Sale on Spring
foot step'addcr 40c
Window poles lo
Wood pails 12c
(lalvani.ed pails 1.0c
u packages tacks -c
Tack hammer iie
Large claw hammer 10c
The liest curtain stretcher $!.:.'.
Pillow .'.ham holders i;u
Lirge assortment of brushes, white
wash brushes from lOc up.
Varnish brushes from in: up.
Paint brushes oc, 10c, licand... 20
Scrub brush .Oc
Hand bruh :ic
Brooms lOe, l."e, and '2ic.
Toy broom 10c
Spfit feather dusters lOc
Best carpet stretcher made (i."ic
Just received a large supply of jars.
batteries, bcll9, push buttons, sal-
amonic. wire, zinc, etc., lowest prices
on these goods.
Have yon seen the new
Electric Clock? We are
sole agents for them.
These clocks never need to
le wound, never need re
pairing or cleaning, and
runs on continuously with
out attention and gives er
fect time. Thi motive
power is a dry battery with
in the clock itself and no
wires, cords, weights, or
springs are required. Every
disagreeable feature of a
winding clock is obviated.
If you need an office
clock particularly adapted
to your need, lieautiful in
design and finish at a small
cost, call and see our line
I J. Ramser,
Photoetched souvenir spoons
of Woodman building and
"HsasuocK.biootpw. W0.U. Ail druggist j 2a3EI
Here you will find its materialization. No garment so neces
sary as a spring top coat. You need one these treacherous
spring days, in fact, a good top coat is an indispensable part
of every man's wardrobe.
You can buy a Good Coat for $6.00
Yes, at $6 we'll furnish a top coat that has the snap, style and get-up of a $12
garment. Swell dressers wear these smart looking topcoats. But we have cheaper
az yell as finer grades. They range in prices from $4.50 to $15.00.
A Superior Garment will cost you only $10 .OO
Were some one to slip a $5 bill in your pocket you would
consider it a kindly act. That is what we are practically
doing to every man who buys one of our $10 spring over
coats. This is an honest fact, no advertising catch or
thoughtless assertion. The garments are here to substantiate
our claim. These swell garments in English .Whipcords,
Covert Cloths and Vicunas are the latest fabrics. Sleeves
and yoke are trimmed with the finest silk lining. They are
built on very clever lines and have a fashion and chic that
individualizes them from the ordinary overcoat you see in
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St Davenport.