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THjS -A-HGrXTS, SATURDAY, MARCn 11, 1899."
The Weather We Slay Have. - T
partly cloudy: colder tonight and Sun
day. Today's temperature 57.
J mf if r u I r (I flhjTifir
Ebcrhart's piano house.
Auction at the fair tonight.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
I5e wise and smoke Kinship.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Shamrocks at Trefz & Co.'.
Last night of industrial fair.
For real estate. E. J. Burns.
Farms for sale. Keidy Bros.
Cake walk at the fair tonight.
Dressed turkeys at Hess Bros.'
(lood program at the fair tonight
Eggs 1'"' cents a dozen at Horton's
Summers Co. for housefurnishinr
Iloll butter - cents a pound at
Call and sec the Andrae bicjcle3 at
l'eoria stoves lje3t on earth. Sum
mers Si Co.
A line line of marbles can le seen at
Trefz & Co's.
Public dance at Turner hall tonight
See the line of steel ranges at Sum
mers & Co.'s.
(ps Englin's is the place togetyour
Call and see the line line of marbles
at Trefz ft Co's.
All donations to be disposed of at
the fair tonight.
Strictly fresh eggs only 15 cunts
dozen at Beecher'a.
Orcat variety of dressed poultry at
Scnroedcr s market.
You can Hud plenty of bargains by
reading Kck hart's ad.
Dressed chickens at Hess Bros.' this
evening. Phone lo:Jl.
Plenty of fre!i eggs and roll butter
at Ing's this evening.
Just receive 1. a line line of sham
rocks at Trefz V ( 'o.'s.
A line line of baby carriages at
Cleinanu V Sa'.inaiiii'.s.
John Koch for bicycle repairing and
sundries. Phone J I -.
(; to (Ins Lnirhn s for vour next
spring suit and trousers.
Summers .V o. fur gasoline stove
repairs, Twentieth Mreet.
Fifteen dwellings are to be built in
Black Hawk addition this spring.
Just received a fine line of iron bed
steads at Clemaiiii fc Salzinaiin's.
A line line of bed room suites now
displayed at ('leinann & Sal.manii's.
Plenty of fresh dressed turkeys and
chickens at Hess Bros", this evening
The best place in the city to get
your 1V.III bicycle is at David Don's.
A new line of sideboards just un
packed at Cleinann .V Salzmann's to
day. '1 he O.ikleaf club's masquerade at
Armory hall last night was well at
tended. 'Louis Wie.-c, of Davenport, picked
up a live electric light wire yesterday
There is Strength.
The strength of every
human being consists in the
union, the harmonious work
ing together, of every part of
the human organism. This
strength can never be ob
tained if the blood is impure.
The blood goes to all parts.
Purify it, or there can be no
44 union" and therefore no
health or "strength'
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the standard
preorrij.t'mn for purification of the
blood. It utver diti'i2--oint.
Eczema " My daucltfer had eczema
ami it affected her ryes. The doctor said
It was incurable. Her skin Is now smooth
nnt white and all on account of Hood's Sar
snparilla. I have taken it for weakness and
van now walk three or four miles easily."
Mrs. K. A. Hfsky. Sauk Centre. Minn.
Sick Headache " ";r yeirs I tried
d:fl r r.t nu .li: iiit-K for'my ii k heailarhes.
Kim! no rlif until I uel IIinmI's Sara
aril!u. It is luarvrKuii in ils cures."
Mk. IIkvrv Miu.fk. Punk irk, X. Y.
Indigestion Hood 's S.irs.ipnrilla
Maixl- l.itli in our family a tlie eure for
lTxlii: :i,,it and l..s of apetite. It is cx-oll-nt."
Mhs. V. It. trsHMA. lit K.
C"lietiiut tr.t, Walthaiu. Mass.
Scrofula-" Aft. t ?1 years of suff.Tine
with a eamiTiMis reoti her nose and hav
ing It removed t.y hysii-ian. my mother
Is hapi'.v for lwir. eompMelv cured by
Hood's :ir.aj.ari!l:t. It took li bottles to
arroniphh it. Ihr tw is smooth, no
war." Miss K. A. st.kfs. Kvpinu. X. H.
The statement of my il iutlit. r is exact."
Josffii Sn.Krs, Kp.iii;r. N. H.
Crip-" Was In very had condition nr
a:i atiark of url. NoMiiuztii-liM me and
I aInioJ uave n h.o;-. I ani mm,,,. an,
feel heller now tlian in twenty ycir,1all tt
cause I took Hood's Sarsaparilla' which
made my blood rich and .ure." Joh O.
lHsrAS.lU'l IStissfll Ave.. Indianapolis. Ind.
Rheumatism " Inflammatory rheu
matici eided me snfTerin so that I could
riot sleep or walk. Had no apM tiie and
rne!icine wntwl ue!-. Finally used
Ihxxl's Sarsaparilla which llc awar n.i
pain." Mr. Stki.l Noeris, Marion, Ohio.
Ham1 !tll rurr IlTfr III. ttr non trrl'atinr nl
itity rathir.ir to tk with H-r Nr snrUm
and was unconscious for four hours
from the shock.
Cleaning and dying done at
Buschke's dye works, 1412 Fourth
Call and see the new novelties in
bed room suites at Clem an n & Salz
mann's. 'ew spring styles ia men's shoes
at Hurst's, he cuts the price. Open
Call at Cleinann & Salzmann's and
see the new line of carpets now on
Carpets. Carpets. Now is the time
to get vour carpets at Cleinann &
Buy a pair of shoes at Beecber
this evening and you will get a step
oee the new soring stvles in men's
shoes at Hurst's, he cuts the price
If you want your carpets to look like
new, get a can of the earthquake soul
by H. F. Conies.
The spring like thaws have made it
possible to give the paved streets a
nice cleaning up.
There will le a hot time nest week
at H. F. Cordes' in chamber sets
Call and see them.
Kramer & Co., for combination
rules and blotters. 1 cent each with
ad free as lonj; as they last.
J. V. Snitzer is mentioned as a can
didate for the democratic aldcrmanic
nomination in the Sixth ward.
It those parties do not pay, see
Kastman, 1712 Second avenue. Oflice
open till 9 p. ni. Phone 423i'.
Kock Island union made shoes for
women, fl.ia to fJ-oO. Hurst, lie
cuts the price. Open tonight.
Kodaks and a full line of fresh
k nluk and photo supplies of everv
('escriplion at Charles Fiebig's.
Iveing and cleaning or every
description done at Ycrburv's dve
works. Superior work guaranteed
sf2.oU buys any woman's shoe in
the store. Bock Island union made
Hur?t. he cuts the price. Open to
(iet vour spring dresses and light
jackets cleaned at Yerbury's dye
works. I hsv guarantee uot to fade
For a limited time the People's
l ower company will sell lump coke at
f l per ton, and crushed coke at fl.4U
at the works.
J. liainser has just received a beau
tiful line of sash buckles, bracelets
md Kaster friendship hearts. Call
and see them.
Crescent sky high bicycles, Aineri-
a's leading wheel. They cost no
more than common grades. Sec them
at David Don s.
First-class trimmings, lirst-class
work ami a lirst-class lit at (ins Log
in's. Call ami look over the new line
f spring goods.
The family of the late Julius
Schocker desire to return heartfelt
thanks to all who so kindly assisted
luring their bereavement, and also to
those who sent lloral tributes.
Make every purchase count. A
purchase of Hock Islam! soap of any
brand counts three times: Once for
good work, once for premiums and
once for the good of our town.
1'he monthly meeting of the Asso
ciated Charities will be held at the
society's rooms Monday evening.
March 13, at 7:30. Officers and com
mittees are requested to make reports.
Mrs. Annie (Jaunt, of Reynolds, was
arrested today by Deputy Sheriff Key-
r.olds for assault and hatterv com-
lained of by Miss Annie Johnson.
Mrs. Oaunt will le tried Tuesday le
fore Magistrate Stafford.
In David Don's window may be
seen a . rescent incyeie running an
the time that illustrates what is
meant by an easy running machine.
It is not unlucky to see this crescent
over vour left shoulder, so vou may
lance at it as -oii ride by on a car.
The funeral of Mrs. Iewis (iiilden-
zopf was held from the home, 1302
I bird avenue, this afternoon at 2
"clock, Kev. Ira V. Allen conducting
the services. The lloral tributes were
many. Interment was at Chippian
nock. The pallliearers were Louis
Kequa. Thomas Dunleavy. Henry
amp. William laU, Ytiiiiani jsenson
and Henrv Kruse.
The weather has leen cutting come
peculiar eajx rs hereabouts in the past
Ji hours. Yesterday afternoon, ac
cording to the observations of thegov-
ernment bureau, a blizzard seemed on
the way, and hence the proper signal
was ordered up. But, as nobody was
disappointed to know, the blizzard
did not materialize. This afternoon.
however, the cold wave Hag was or
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
615-1617 Second Avenue. ROCK ISLAND.
LLO YD 'S BC YCLES.
Eldredge, the wheel that
Miller Rides ....
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Representing 14 Leading Bicycle Makers
of the World.
ELDREDGE $50.00- 40.00- 35.00
COLUMBIA chainless. 98 model. $05.00
00 model. $75.00- eliain, $50- 40- 25
RAMBLER 30-inch. $45 $40- $35
LUTHY highest price chain wheel made,
IMPERIAL 40. $30
AULAKE-545. $30 $25
IDEALS $00- $25- $20 $1S
IDEALS boys and girls. $JO- $1S $20
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge $50-$35
. . 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 ,
Xo Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
Wholesale ami Retail Itirjrrles. KverythlnR olt folly guaranteed.
SVXDKIES AND RKIWIUING.
Just. . .
To treat yourself to the
good things of life if
yoii can get them by
paying no more than
you would for the com
moner foods. Come
and view our stock ami
you will Imj satisfied..
Bead the list below:
Dressed Ducks. Pressed Ckickcns,
Itl'I.K AMI t'AN.NKII OVSTKUS.
1BS0 Btoosl Art.
Extra! Extra! Extra!
At 9 o'clock all copper and nickel-
plated tea Kettles o.tc apiece.
One lot aluminum tniniities, assort
ed sizes, lc apiece.
One lot of razor straps, the toe kind
A ?l.l'o lamp witli .s-incli glolie. ile
orated, large No. : burner, 65c to
(ilass jelly stands, the KJc kind, oc
Fl A) W Ell DKPA KTM EXT,
From now on we will have a full
line of potted plants of all kintls.
Stop anil see our window of plants,
ut llowers, roses, carnations, tulips.
latTodils, etc. All first class, no old
March 0 Allert S. CmiM by mas
ter to Henry Daebeilithn. lot o. block
1. Stewart's add.. South Moline. 5, 17,
Jacob Hoeli. Jr.. to Alexander A.
Frerkseu. part lot 6, Daebclliehn's
snUliv.. Moline. J:iW.
William E. Johnson to Henry S.
Trent, lot 4. block 5, old town ofMi
Mary Osbar to Henry Schmidt. jart
lot 17, assessor's plat Si. IS, lw,
Hard Coal, Ck mad Wood.
Indiana block for furnaces, canncl
for grates. Cable and Athens lamp
and nut for stoves.
E. B. McKows.
Pneutiionia is the quick agent of
death. Fully one-third of recent
deaths have leen from pneumonia fol
low ing la gripc. Pneumonia cannot
follow the use of Foley's Honey and
3 Have you seen the new
1 Electric Clock? We are
1 sole agents for them.
These clocks never need to
3 be wound, never need re-
pairing or cleaning, and
4 runs on continuously wilh
fi out attention and gives jwr-
feet time. Thj -motive
5 power is a lry 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 vou nci-d an ollicc
clock particularly adapted
to your need, leautiful in
des'ign and finish at a small
cost, call and see our line
I J. Ramser,
Photoetched souvenir fpoons
of Woodman building and
Toward a Spring
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 $0 we'll furnish a topcoat that has the snap, style and get-up of a $12
garment. Swell dressers wear these smart looking topcoats. But we have cheaper
an veil as finer grades. They range in prices from $4.50 to $15. OO.
A Superior Garment will cost you only $10.00
Were some one to slip a
consider it a kindly act.
$5 bill in your pocket you would
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 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
. mJm . . .1 . Alfoto il -V ti Jt'-tn mi 1 mil ii mil Jr I
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 VV. Second St., Davenport.