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TIIS ARST7S, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1899.
The W a'.ber "W, May IIstb.
Generally fair tonight, followed Sat
urday by increasing cloudiness.
Today's temperature .vs.
J. M. Shcbibb, Observer.
wall paper at Young &
and turkeys at
per can at
Read Adams' ad.
Buy a Ilackley piano.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Fresh egrgs at Horton's.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Kberbart has sold the pianos.
Kberbart is selling the pianos.
Money to loan. Reidy Bros.
Get your shoes at Dolly Bros'.
They fit the feet. Dolly Bros.
Store your stores at Wilcher's.
Dressed chickens at Maucker's.
Galaxy Hour, llorton is agent.
Mnsic tonight at the White Seal.
Choice spring lamb at Schroeder's
List your property with Keidy Bros
Choice cuts of real at Schroeder's.
Fourth avenue shoe store for bar
Eberhart will continue to sell the
Dairy butter 17$ cents a pound a
Sweet corn cents
Stewart, the hatter for
hats, bats, bats.
We spring the styles in hats
tners V J .a eiie.
Another large shipment of wheels
at Spencer's today
Hubbard squash and horseradish
roots at llorton 's.
Dressed chickens and wild ducks at
II. Tremann's Sons.'
Shirts, all styles and patterns.
Soiumers & La Velle.
Taints and oils at Phil S. Wilcher's,
1503 Twentieth street.
Green onions, radishes, pie plant
and lettuce at Long's.
Children's knee pants, for Saturdry,
0 cents. The London..
Indies' and gents' light underwear
at Young & McCombs'.
A harvest of furniture fancies at
Ck-nunn A: Sjl.uiann's.
Noveities in boys' and children's
suits. Soinmers .V Li Velle.
Buy your cut 11 jvvers and pitted
plants at Elkhart's tomorrow.
W. C. Maucker's best Hour (the
Woodmen's Choice) $1.15 per sack.
Choice Breakfast Bacon, eight cents
per pound at II. Trcematin's Sons.'
You are sure of getting the latest
My leu of foot ear by buying of Adams.
Boy's and children's hats and caps,
new and nobby at Stewart' the hatter.
Dairy butter 17J cents per pound,
ecus VJ cents per dozen, at Mauck
A mammoth slock of Ihjvs' waists,
48 and VJ cents. Soiumers & La
Teter I'faiT has leased Turner hall
and saloon for a vear commencing
Ladies' patent leather lace shoes,
cloth top. not fl.50. but $3.50 at
Is a sure thing, that our
awav lielow com petition.
& Im Velle.
Men's moleskin pants, for Satur
day, only 25 cents. You kaovr us..
Large assortment of Sterling silver
friendship hearts, 10 cents a piece at
Call and see the best refrigerator,
the Automatic, for sale at Clomann &
Water cress, spinach, lettuce, pie
see them. You know us, our prices
are the lowest. The London.
Suar cured hams 8 cents and
Fticrar cure d picnic ham o cents per
pound at II- Tremann s Sons. .
Mens suits, spring grades, $5
and $7.35. You can't match them for
the price. Soiumers & La Velle.
( all and examine our new sprin
"ood?. It will pav you. Fourth are
nue shoe store, 1501 Fourth avenue
Trv Adams $3.50 Walk Over shoe
all styles, all leathers, all one price.
Don't pay a dollar more for no better.
The sprinz carpets, a new an
pretty line, just in, are going at
Treat rush, at CIemann& Salzmann s
Knox bats, ladies' straw sailors
shapes now ready. William Joen
hatter, 314 Brady street, Davenport.
Those elegant steel grev striped
suits were bought at simon .v Alosen
fielder's. Plenty more of them to be
Arc those $10 suits great values
Guess yes. l ou know us. e re i
the push more than ever. The Lon
The lest wall paper cleaner to be
had at Sntclifie s, 12 cents per can
No one is barred from carrying
Buy your children's suits at Simo
& Mosenfelder's. They possess that
stylish appearance common to high
We have all the popular tints in
ready mixed paints, equality guaran
teed. Call and tret a color ca d
HarU & Ulleraeyer.
Have your watches, jewelry and
clocks repaired at Brookman's the
Twentieth street jeweler, as he
guarantees all his repair work
Frank P. Blair, in asking a right of
way through Mohne, promises, among
other things, to bulla a passenger ue
pot at the foot of Sixteenth street
William Ulltnark. ared 26, of
Moline, was adjudged insane by
jury in the county court yesterday
and Jud;e Adams committed him to
the Watertown asvlum.
Simon & Moscnfelder employ an ex
pert tailor, who sees to the perfect
fitting of your suit. They press and
repair free or charee for one year all
clothes bought of them:
Babv davs are at band bright
lear, sunny day a, when every baby
hould be out. Clemaun & Salzmann
ivc the Ix-st and biggest line of baby
urries in the three citios
It doesn't iret dark till about 11
o'clock these evenings, Spencer is
selling too many Solar gas lamps. He
sold more Solars iu one evening than
all the other makes put together
I There are two kinds of clothing
one the sweat shop kind, the other
I the well tailored, well trimmed and
' perfect fittinrr kind. If you trade at
Simon & Mosentieldcr's you get the
I Dr John C. Kinney, a former Rock
I Islander, lately graduated from a
. Chiciiro dental school, has located
offices in the Masonic Temple there
, where he will be pleased to sec old
. . .
If you want to see swell children's
I suits in vesteo, tupedo and sailor
blouse suits in all the now colorings
step in at Simon & Mosen fielder's and
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visit mat epitcious cuiiureii s uepari
Cut flowers. Tomorrow we will
sell thousands of cut roses, carna
; tions, tulips and daisies, etc.. at bir
reduced prices. They are all fresh
cut; no old (lowers. Kckhart, Twen
tieth street. Phone 4171.
Now that you are going to clean
your hou-e. why not go to the store
where you can get the assortment and
have the prices made right to von
You can paper three rooms by buying
paper of butch fie, where you can oniv
get enough for two rooms at any
other store in the city for the same
money -1131 Second avenue
At the Tri-Citv Athletic club.Saen-
jrerfest hall, Davenp rt. April 13,
20-round loxing contest to a decision
between Tommy Ryan, 151-pound
cnampion oi ine worm, ana nuiv
plant, Rochester onions, currants and Stift. middle-weight champion of the
celery at llorton s. j west. I'urse ot f l.ouu. Maiacn
, , . ... Hn'rau referee. Jiiuinie Barrv, rc
. , . , v ,! . fij tired bantam champion of the world.
Admission f I. Kverr one sure ol a
eat. Tickets on sale at Calton's.
oung & McCombs.
This is your last cbauco at the $1.31
men's Fedora bats for 75 cents. All
siies at The London.
You should see our new line of
sweaters. bicycle hose and caps.
Mcwart. the natter. I "It's ruy ear now. sweet t
Time for tan shoes. Try the blu- pnll it all I please!"
fher. ladies, only $3 a pair aud noth- , This is why the hard featured paa-
I Cry Were Sew.
George, quit pulling
ing later in style. Adams.
While we are at the old store 15 per
cent discount on dress goods of all
kinds. Harned & Von Maur.
$l.l3 men's trousers. You will
think them cheap when you sec the
finality. Som titers & La Velle.
Buy home manufactured goods and
build up your town. Anti-Washboard
soap Is by long odds the best.
Children's suits, tho best assort
ment in town, dou't buv until vou
' st-nger with the iron gray chin beard.
who had been sitting in the seat behind
a young man in a new black broadcloth
unit and a young woman in a gray silk
traveling dress, got up hastily and went
6'rward into the smoking car. Chicago
Here's m Trlek.
First Lady What birthday present
ar you going to give to your husband?
K-cund Lady A hundred cigars.
First Lady And what did yon pay
- for them ? .
Second Lady Ob, nothing! ' For tho
last few months I have taken one
' two out of Jack 'a box every day. Ho
Lan't noticed it. and win be bo pleased
with ray little present and the fine
quality of the cigars. London Fun.
lie Wa Lonr. '
"An so Arabella has cone a ad ra
vaged herself to a low churchman T In
deed I am astonished I Why. she even
believes in the confessional!"
"Oh. as to that, perhaps he does tool
Bnt I should judge that he isn't an inch
over five feet iu his socks. " Cleveland
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
LADIES' BIKE SHOE Si
Tan and black kid, fancy plaid tops,
THE NEW 3-4 BOOT, black and tan,
AA to E in widths
These are the Celebrated "Heffelflnger Line." S
Always come to us.
Our line is always com
plete and our prices aro
consistent with the
quality of our goods.
Glance at the list
Oyster Piants. Sweet Potatoes,
Spinach, Soup Hunches,
New Beets. Radishes,
Green Onion. Fi Plant.
Craibcrrle, Eiitlnir apples
Wild Ducks, Dressed CklcUens,
HULK AND CANNED OVSTKK3.
XUO BmobI AM.
Tint Satisfied Feeling"
When jou buy an
Andrae, especially so
when you pay $30 for
one and then look aud
4 'Cheap Skate"
the other fellow paid
Ask an Andrae rider be
will tell you.
Prices $35, S40, $50, $55.
21 Twentieth Street, Sock Island.
303 W. Third St., Davenport.
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Who Don't Know
This is liousceleaning; time, and
It Ls time to have your clock
Cleaning and Repairing
Have an idea that all ready-made clothing
is alike, and they go on blindly paying
high prices to the custom tailors when
they could get the same fabric, the same
fit and the same finish here for half the
The average clothing store is responsible
for this condition of affairs because nine
. tenths of them are forcing worthless, shape
less plunder on the people. Those who
have worn M. & K. suits will vouch for the
superiority of our clothing. A man can't
put finer suits on his back than we are showing this
spring. We are showing a line of Mens Suits at
that have decidedly more style, better quality and better
workmanship than any you can find elsewhere at for even
$2 to $5 more. .
The weapon we use in fighting our battles is low prices, through its power we .-.have; brought high
prices down and are determined to hold them down. NO MATTER WHAT ARTICLE,
PRICE OR PLACE, WE WILL DO BETTER.
Have You Seen Our
Harringbone Top Coats.
Just $2 bIow the lowest, and $3.50 less than the highest. Another positive proof of the saving in
trading with the BIG ONE PRICE
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