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TILE ARGHJS. SATURDAY. MARCH IS, 1899.
The WntherVt May Bite.
Fair tcnight and Sunday; colder tonight.
J. M. Shcbieb, ObserverJj
Bicycles at Ilynes.
Leaf lard at Gilruore's.
Eberhart's piano bouse.
Engiin's for jour clothes.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Be wise and smoke Kinship.
Farms for sale. Beidy Bros.
For real estate, K. J. Burns.
Six per cent loans. Beidy Bros.
rienty of wild ducks at Hess Bros',
Plenty of dressed chickens at Hess
Bros', this evening.
Who made those prettv trousers for
you? Why, Gus Englin.
II. T. Sicmon has put in a tele phone.
No. 4741. Call hint up.
A large line of baby buggies just
received at II. F. Conies'.
Fresh peanut candy 7 cents per
pound at Young & McComlu'.
Select your carpets now at Clcinann
& S:ilm:um's and avoid the rush.
C. A. Hurst is agent for the W. L.
Douglas shoe for men. Try them.
Jut received a large line of extension
tables in gold oak at II. F. Cordes'.
If vou want a nice suit or trousers.
go to (ins Englin. Everything first
class. Furniture of all kinds, the finest
and choicest, at Clemann & Sal.-
A verdict returned in the circuit
court the other dav read: Knott
A line business property on Third
avenue is going to be sold. See want
Cleaning and dying done at
Buschke's dye works, 1112 Fourtli
A nice line of friendship hearts at
Brookmau's, the Twentieth btreet
Ladies' seamless hose, fast black, 3
pair for 25 cents, at Young S Mc
Combs'. The Il.iIIclujali club will give a
grand brill at Boche's hall Saturday,
Pianos moved, tuned or lioxed by
careful and experienced workmen at
Bowl by 's.
diiiilrcn s Mack rihocil liose, sizes
play the opening game in
Dancin" school at Roche'9 hall
every Wednesday. Gentlemen 2
cents. Ladies free.
Alfred Behni, one of the American
soldiers recently wounded in Manila
is a Davenport ly.
Spend vour money for Anti-Wash
board soap and vou will receive both
principal and interest.
The new Crescent bridge will be in
spected for formal acceptance from
the contractors Monday.
Buy home manufactured goods and
build up your town. An ti-Wash board
soap is by long odds the best.
New epiing styles in women's shoes
in tan and black. Kock Islam! union
made. Hurst Cuts the Price.
If those parties ilo not pay, see
Eastman, 1712 Second avenue. Oflice
open till 9 p. m. Phone 4232.
The 8th Illinois volunteer infantry
colored, in which Kock Island has
members, reached Chicago today.
C. E. Warehan was arrested for dis
orderly conduct at the Kock Island
passenger depot yesterday afternoon.
See the new spring styles in wom
en s Kock Island union made shoes
1.25 to f 2.50. Hurst Cuts the Price.
Hand made fancy broken mixed
candy, fresh goods. 5 cents per pound
this evening at ioung5c McCombs .
Some great bargains in pianos that
have !een used a little. They must
ro before April 1. See them at Bowl-
New sprinj; st vies in women's shoes
from 1.25 to $2.50. Kock Island
union made. Hurst. He Cuts the
For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
f 4 per ton. and crusned coke at f 4.4U,
at the works.
There has never been a better line
of carpets shown than Clemann & Salz-
mann are showing now, and prices
have never leen so low.
Orgaus at cost from now until April
1 : now is vour chance for a bargain.
from $15 to f 55: 75 cents per week
will pay for one at Bowlby's.
Don't have your piano ruined by an
incompetent tuner. Bowl by has two
hrst-class old experienced workmen.
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
Mrs. Kohn, who recently served a
jail sentence here for fraud, is re
ported to have U-cn arrested in New
lork for bting implicated in a $500,-
I can place money In amounts of
& Mc Combs.
Late novelties in cameras and cam
era supplies. Stock all fresh and new,'
Order a dressed turkey or chicken
for your Sunday dinner at Hess Bros',
Ladies' pure linen hemstitched
handkerchiefs 5 cents this evening at
Young - MeCombs'.
The Buck Inland shoes are union
made, from $1.25 to $2.50 at Hurst's,
Ho Cuts the Price.
Seven dilTercnt old reliable makes
of pianos, and a large stock to select
from at Bowlby's.
The Davcnjujrt Business Men's as
sociation has adopteil the Kock Island
Club's idea, and will this afternoon
4 4 I
things III Gotten
Are III Spent"
This is true of the man
'whose physical condition has
forced him to call upon his
nerves to make good the de
pletion of the rest of his sys
tem. The overdrazun busi
ness man is overdrawn be
cause he lacks proper capital.
The capital of the physical
man is pure, 'wholesome, life
Make this capital for yourself and do
not overdraw. The bes-t Blood-piving
banker is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It lends
and gives interest, too. You cannot
beat that. If jour physical bank ac
count is low, eee what this banker will
do for you. It nerer disappoints.
Rheumatism-" A few bottles of Hood s
SarHiwtrilla entirely rtirtd my sufferings
from rheumatism. Later on it stopped
dyspepsia from which I suffered intensely
1 ran eat anything now." Wm. A. Ur KLEY
341 Summer St.. Kat Boston. Mass.
Scrofula-" When three months old our
baby Koy was covered with Itrhinc and
buniinc scrofula sores. The best physician
failed to relieve. Moxl' Sarsaparilla saved
Ms life ns it made a immanent cure." Mrs.
Iji.lik M. Fish. Ka.t Sprintport. Mich.
Stomach Trouble "Two years suffer
Itik wuli stomach trouble made me weak,
run down, with severe headaches. Life
was a burden to roe until I took Hood's
Sarsaparilla which cure,! me. It makes my
children atrone and Iwalthv." Mb. M.
IUch. Ml 2d St, N. K Minneapolis. Minn.
lnJReSt!On " I now have a srood ap
petite, eat well, sleep e!l and my dyspep
sia and Indieestion have left me. The
reason is I took lbtod's Sarsaparilla which
entirely cured me. I am Ilatcace Master
on the li. A O. Railroad." Tiiovas Coles,
119 Carr St, Sandusky. Ohio.
BlOOd POlSOn - " At 12 I had bone dis
ease and iisel crutches. iNx tor prescribed
and wanted to scrape it. My prr.n1fath-r
pave me Hiiod's Sarsaparilla. After taking
f.ujr bottles I threw away crutches, am well
and (ro to scnoo! 1hri t.'.4yrBELL.l'16
Ontario Are.. Niarsra Kalis. N. Y.
&1ith -;ikfl fc'lnr. --.Afi t tu l .1
lTvv, t Wi x T,'J,-KF , ?i, unit ui
this evening 3 cents. Voting J in an investment that will pay 7 to 8
per cent. Apply to E. J. Burns,
room 12, Mitchell & Lynde building.
IM ard Pennington. 424 Kleventh
street, had the fourth and lifth lingers
of his right hand badly lacerated
Thursday by lieing caught in a saw at
the Uock Island Sash & Door works.
Dr. De Silva attended him.
Two train loads of soldiers destined
for the Philippines will pass through
the city tonight over the Bock Island
road. The soldiers come from New
York, and will sail from San Fran
cisco. The lir&t train is scheduled to
reach here between 6 and 7 o'clock.
Sirs. Tewkesbury has returned from
the east and in a few days will an
nounce her annual spring opening of
millinery. Her stock is replete with
all the latest novelties and choice
models from the linest artists in Paris
anil New York, also with her original
designs. Everything will be strictly
tip to date.
I lynes' bicycle store has leen bright
ened and touched tip in a manner that
makes it more inviting than ever. A
large assortment of "Xi wheels are
being shown and at -prices that are
bound to rivet vour attention if vou
call. The usual line of sundries will
be handled at fair prices, and all kinds
of repairing will be looked after in a
The will of the late William Kerns,
of Moline. was probated in the county
court yesterday. The testator W-
tieaths his entire estate to his widow,
Mrs. Beulah Kerns, for whom the
property is to be held in trust by her
two sons. Simon A. and C. S. Kerns,
who are to share the property equally
after her demise. The will was
drawn May 17, 192.
" Edward "Miller is recovering nicely
from the injuries he received in the
cutting affray on Fifth avenue the
other night." Mr. Miller states that
he was an innocent victim, and did
not participate in the argument that
led to the light. He says he was
leaving the Bock Island dejvt for
home, when he was struck and
knocked down and stablied. by whom,
he docs not know.
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
615-1617 Stconi Avenac. ROCK ISLAND.
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, $65.00
99 model, $75.00- chain, $50, 40- 25
RAMBLER 30-inch, $45, $40. $35
LUTHY highest price chain wheel made,
TRI BUN E $50' $40
TIGER $50- $30
IMPERIAL $40 $30
ADLAKE $45- $30- $25-
42 I DEALS $00' $25- $20- $18
f IDEALS boys and girls, $J6- $18' $20
iQj Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge $50',
jjj . . Remember the Maine . .
M Place for a Trade, Buy or Sella
M 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.
Wholesale a nd Ketall Bicycles. KverythinR sold fully guaranteed.
SUNDRIES AND REPAIRING.
flind'a tllli car Hrer Ills, the Hon trr1Ttlre n4
We, the undersigned, do hereby
agree to refund the money on a 5o
cent bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cough or cold. We also guarantee a
25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
Horst vox Koeckkitz.
Industrial Home AuoeUMloa, Attention
All officers and active workers of
the Industrial Home association are
requested to meet at the Industrial
Home at 9 o'clock Sunday morning.
It is urgent that all be present.
A. V. Ross, .
Chairman Arrangement Committee.
Fiue chicken stew at the Santiago
tonight, corner Fifth street and Third
avenue. Daniel Fenne'I, manager.
tuinc I town HUL.
People suffering from kidney dis
eases feel a gradual but steady loss of
strength and vitality. They shou'd
lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney
Cure, a guaranteed preparation.
Idea . . .
To have the public know
that our stock contains
the best selections that
the market alTords.
Just now we have
Nor. hern Spy.
Dressed Ducks, Dressed Ckickens,
Dressed Turkeys, Dresse Geese.
lil'LK A NO CANNED OYSTERS.
EC K HARTS
EVERY DAY WAISTS.
Bead every item: there may
something you need.
arge bottle household ammonia. . 5c
Chamois skin 10c
Stove brush 10c
Bice root scrub brush 4c
Paint brushes up from .Oc
Whitewash brush up from 10c,
Large sponge 10c
6-foot step ladder 49c
Metal polish per bottle 5c
Feather duster 10c
Carpet lioater 10c, 15c, 20c
Galvanized pails 15c
2 hoop pails 12c
Tack hammer 5e
Tack puller So
Carpet stretcher. lest made 65c
Soldering set complete 15c
Wire card racks 15c, 20c, 25c
Curtains with spring rollers com
Batteries, bells, salmoniac, zinc,
wire, push buttons, etc. Complete
outfit for 9Sc.
All kinds of needles, belts, oil, sup
ik Snrinn Novelties F
2 We have an emisito
line of Sash Buckles in
enameled, jeweled and
cut steel, lieautiful de
signs, not to lie found
elsewhere. Also Violet
Hearts, all kinds of
Coral Cyrano Beads,
Jeweled Side Combs,
Jeweled Circular Combs
and Jeweled Book
All articles tastefully
engraved free of charge.
Fhotoetched souvenir fpoons K
of ooduian building and
Will give you a top coat that a tailor would
keep you waiting five days and charge you
$20, and it wouldn't be a bit too much nor a
bit better, wouldn't fit any better, nor would
the style be more correct. They are made
with pure silk yokes, the best of silk lining,
every inside edge piped with silk and every seam sewed with
three rows of silk twist. They are the made-to-measure,
dealers $20 kind, and positively superior to some of the $15
wonders advertised by some of the ready-to-wear dealers.
Top Coats at $6.00
That have all the style and snap of a $12 coat, have broad
square shoulders skirts cut wide and loose, and they hang
straight down without a wrinkle, made of fine tan coverts and
trimmed with excellent body lining. They are right up to the
minute in style and finish. Men of taste wear these swell top
coats we are selling at $6, notwithstanding the fact that they
have always had their clothing made to order.
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 VY. Second St., Davenport.