Newspaper Page Text
THE ARUT7S, FRIDAY, MARCTI 10, 1S99.'
The Weithrr We Slay Have.
R..in lon.-'hi: Siur-iaT. sdow, a K
cortd'-T utd eoid- r.
TimIav's temperature CO.
J. M. SnmiEli. Observer.
Dill ph-klcs at llorton's.
Klicrhart's jiano house.
For insurance, K. J. I'urns.
Spring style, at Dolly Pros'.
Oysters :ml celery at ling's.
Kijcrhart is selling the pianos.
Dressed chickens at Maueker's.
Kggs PJ cents a ilocn at llorton's
Dressed chickens at II. Trc-mann's
$7.0 to $100 saved on pianos at Kber.
cents a pound at
Patent Hour 'JO cents a sack at S
(ialaxv llour is the best. Horton is
Twenty pianos to select from
A swell topcoat, $7.."G. Soiniiiers
& La Velle.
iood investments in real estate.
Poll butter l't ami 17A cents a pound
Plenty of fresh eggs anil butter at
Dressed chickens, turkeys ami geese
at Maueker's stores.
Strictly fresh eggs 171 cents a doz
en at S. .1. Apple's.
Klerhart's pianos lead all others.
Call and see tnem.
Dazzle stove polish . cents a Io.
Young & McCombs.
A heaiitiful stock of pianos at Kber
hart's piano house.
(null a handles 9 cents each.
Young .V McCombs.
Trinity Missionary guild meets to
night at tin.- church.
Knox hats. MilT and soft styles.
Soiiim-r- iV La Velio.
The lmv-t price in the city on
hii-yi le-at David Don's.
.John Koch for bicycle repairing and
sundries. Phone 1 I
!icn-e butter l.icents and I .'. cents
a jxiiind at S. .1. Apple's.
nisi receiveii a line line oi men s
gray gloves at Pcnnett's.
Catilillowcr, -pie jilant, lettuce and
soup hunches at llorton's.
Just received a largo assnrl mi-nt of
putted plants at Kckharl's.
Seveii-itn h white wah brushes 10
ci'iiti. Young A: M'-( 'oiii lis.
O.ikleaf Dincing club's masquerade
hall at Armory hall tonight.
One-inch chisel varnish brushes
cents. Young & McCombs.
Kvery color, shape and style in
crush hats '. cents. M. fc K.
New line of -diirt waists and Mouses
and knee pants. The London.
P.uy your shoes at the Fourth ave
nue .shoe store and sawmoncv.
Plenty of fresh dressed turkeys and
chickens at Schrneder's market.
Public dance at turner hall Satur
day night. March 11. without fail.
Ki-mcmlier that Passig carries the
genuine Kentucky blue glass seed.
A great variety of dressed turkeys
and chicken- at Schrneder's market.
Are you t bin king of a new piano?
If so. see Kberhai t's stock. None Ix-t-ter.
New spring goods now in. Fourth
avenue shoe .store, lool Fourth ave
nue. Pest sugar cured breakfast baron 8
cents er miuihI at II. Trcmaiin's
Henry Daso. ilrivcr for Hose com
pany No. tciiilercd his resignation
They all have cheap top coats, but
foi a swcll garment see Simon & Mos
cnfelder. You arc cordiall y invited to call and
see the line line of spring gloved at
Puy your household supplies, tin
ware, granitcw are and crockcrv at
For the late-t and largest line of
spring dress goods go to Young V
Dr. Stanley, gradual- optician, ex
amines fur glasses tomorrow at Wolt
Ladies, Hell net t has just received a
tine li if ladies' spring gloves in all
the latest colors.
Sln-rilT J'ra'Ie today left with .lames
Courtney tiijK- and Carrie Suidcr. the
former having been sentet.cel to the
One of the most distressing sights, is
to see a child almost clicking with
the dreadful whooping-cough. Give
the child Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the
greatest pulmonary remedy, and re
lief will come at once, the'eoughing
opell will re-occur less freqnentVy,
and, in a few days, the sufferer will be
entirely cured. "No other remedy can
boast of eo nnnv cures.
Potitiao reformatory and the latter to
the industrial school for girls at South
Je-t sugar enreu uams x cents, pic
nic naius . cents per pouml at It.
The nobbiest in top overcoats for
any price to suit your purse at Simon
Si -Mosenlelitcr s.
l'nrk tenderloin, leaf lard, spare
rios. sausage meat ami pigs feet at
Cures Whooping-Cough quickly.
TXwes arc Mnnil ami paaut t take. Ixxton
iccuuiaicnd it. fricc 2$ rls. At ail d -Jggist.
II. Tremann's Sons
See the top coats we are selling for
7..j0 as good as other dealers' $10
oveioats. The Loudon
Call at the Fourth avenue shoe store
for vour shoes. The latest stvlcs in
new spring goods now in.
Kramer & Co., for combination
rules and blotters. 1 cent each with
ad free as long as they last.
.Men s io-cent black cotton socks
size 10, onlv l'J cents a pair toiuor.
row at Young .V McCombs.
lieu net t has just received all the
latest New York colors in men's street
gloves. Call and see them.
Men, drop in Young it McCombs
and inspect that new line of swell
shirts they have just received.
If those parties do not pav, see
istmau. 1712 Second avenue. OHiee
open till 1 p. ni. Phone
Ten dozen pairs men's 2-j-cent black
socks, in size lo onlv, 1 'Jh -cents to
morrow at Young & McCombs'.
They are now prepared to shyw the
swellest in men's and loy"s spring
suits at Simon x .Mosenfeliler
For .Saturday onlv, I'M) all wool
knee pants, spring weight, worth 50
ent, only 'Jo cents. The London
lveing anil cleaning ol everv
lescriptioii done at Yerburv's dve
works. Superior work guaranteed.
If vour shoes get out of shape trv
our new last maile with wnle treau
i ii 1 thin uppers, thev are litters. Dollv
Dorn has some ptettv new things
for suitings. Everything for busi
ness and dress wear. Call and see
I It-fore Inlying a confirmation suit
examine the nobby suits Simon & Mos
enfelder have just received for the oc
The stage of water at the Kock Isl
and bridge at (J a. m. was 3.50; at
noon it was ;!.o. The temperature
at noon was i.
Carnations, fresh cut, -J cents and
111 cents a dozen, roses and lieauties
'J'J cents, :'J cents and 30 cents a dozen
Saturday at McCabe's.
Otto Seidlitz, residing at 718
Twelfth street, who was recently hurt
at the arsenal, is dangerously ill from
tlie ellect ol the injury.
David Don is selling up-to-date sky
high grade bicycles at lower prices
than the common grades are sold at.
."sec them Lcfore you select vour lb'J'J
Dorn. the tailor, will delight the
eyes of the searcher after nobby
spring suitings. In make-up his work
has a high standard a:id is always sat
Palmy spring approaching has
brought many good things, but the
best of all for gentlemen are the suit
ings of many kinds at Dorn's. Don't
miss calling while the assortment is
A large shipment of ladies' shoes.
spring and summer styles, price
L'..ro. f.i and l.:0. just received at
Dolly P.ros". The only place where
your foot is properly lit led without
charging two prices.
You can buy a good top coat for fti
that has all the Mylc. lit and snap of
a garment, but w hen you buy one
of M. V. K's. celebrated 10 top coats
they are practically slipping a $3 bill
in your pocket, for those $10 coats
are $13 jualities.
Cut llowers in profusion at Mc-CaU-'s
Saturday. Violets, hyacinths,
lulip, lieauties. roses, carnations, etc.
We ipiote l.ooo fresh cut carnations at
l'J cents and li'Jecnts per dozen, choice
roses and lieauties at 'J'J cents, .
cents and 3l cents per dozen.
Yes. narrow toes, but not nearly
as narrow as the price, $1.30 for former
$: to $t'.30 tialilics not very many
left, but may Ik; you can find your
size suppose you try. We arc
now showing the new spring styles in
gentlemen shoes." M. V K.
Atop coat must be a good litter
it cannot sag at the shoulders it
must lie practically creaseless ours
have rather loose fronts, with the
sipiare Knglish backs. This style is
the prime favorite for spring. We
display them in all the new shades
$0 to $1' for the be-t. M. & K.
If you want a lirst-class. well tail
ortd top coat, buy one of the L-indon-ish
kind, they are litters ami price
less than any other clothier will sell
them. Our prices. $ ;'., $7.30 and
$!). and we positively guarantee that
you ran not match them for the price
and dollars added. 1 he I.o.idon.
Oar shoe sale has allowed us to ride
in triumph in the s.'ioe race, showing
our heels to all competitors. Now we
are showing the new spring styles in
gentlemen's footwear our new $3
styles are shoe dialers' $t wonders.
What there is left of those $-.30 cor
dovan, congress and all minted toes
go at $1.30. M. & K.
The London is the only lirst-class,
uj-to-date clothing store in Hock Isl
and, and to be lirst-ciass we carry the
projH?r made clothing. This is spiing
overcoat lime, and we can show vou
overcoats for $10 that no house can
show for style, lit and j u.ilit v. They
may all talk a'.xuit how much thev
will give you for your money, but
din't yon believe them see for your
self. Don't buy until you have seen
our great line of spring" overcoats for
$10. The Loudou.
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
015-1617 Second Avenue. ROCK ISLAND.
P T T 4Ti tV. tr tFl & fit iT. MT I
Men's Fine Shoes for
We have added this
line of-celobrated men's
shoes to our Klorsheini
vV: Co. line, making the
strongest line of men's
line shoes in the tri
cities. Price $5.00 a pair.
" J. I, .vj. m !" 1 i -.
I I I I I III IIIBI IIMIM M m
Just . . .
To treat yourself to the
good things of life if
you can get them by
paying no more than
you would for the com
moner foods. Conn:
and view our stock and
you will be satis lied.
Head tiie list below:
I Ian an as.
XV ine Sapi.
Drcssetl Ducks. Erc-wcd Ckickccs,
l-.ll.K AM CASSKI) OVSTKKS.
WE DO NOT HANDLE
All of the wheels that
are manufactured, but
the ones that i
WE DO HANDLE
are the oi.es we can
stake our reputation on.
We have more satis
lied customers than any
other dealer in town.
11 Twentieth Streul Hock Island.
303 W. Third St., Davenport.
ELECTRIC AGE. h
Have you seen the new
Klectric Clock? We are
sole agents for them.
These clocks never need to
lie wound, never need re
pairing or cleaning, and
runs on continuously with
out attention and gives jier
fect lime. The motive
hi we r is a dry battery with
in the clock itself and no
wires, cords, weights, or
springs arc required. Kvery
disagreeable feature of a
winding clock is obviated.
If you need an ollice
clock particularly adapted
to your need, beautiful in
design and linish at a small
cost, call and see our line
Photoetched souvenir spoons
f Woodman building and
If Y011 Have a Thought Leanin
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.po
Ves, at $6 ire furnish a top coat that has the snap, style and set-up of a $12
garment. Swell dressers wear these smart looking top coats. But we have cheaper
azj veil 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 vre 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 iabrics. 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
r; J- f - .- :. rmuiummif'i')' - M: IL f iM iTT r '- '- "m Jr'-
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.