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TITS AllGrUS, WEDNESDAY, AriJlX 19, 1S99.'
The Weather We Hay Hi
Increasing cloudlretw. wlib rain to-
Eirfbt and Thursday; cooler Thursday.
Today 'a tempera tore 63.
J. M. Shcbibr, Observer.
Buy a llackley piano.
Leaf lard at G ilm ore's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Be wise and smoke Kinship.
For real. estate, E. J. Barns.
Waverly bicycles at Hynes'.
Farms for sale. Reidy Bros.
Six per cent loans, Keidy Bros.
Three ravcles sold at Bennett's to
Buy youi wall pajer at Young &
The hare foot 1kv has made bis
The bicycle has arrived at Bennett's
Call and see it.
Order your spring suit at Kipp's
and save money.
The freshest line of vegetables in
the city at Passig's.
Visit Vouug & McComhs' millinery
department on second lioor.
Call and see onr suitings. A. Kipp,
the tailor, 32X Twentieth street.
Sky high Crescent big opening at
David Don's all day ami evening tri
When in need of a tinnor call on 11.
T. Siemon, 1316 Third avenue, l'bone
Bock Island union made shoes from
fl.85 to $3 at Hurst's, he cuts the
Genuine cowhide Itclts with heavy
harness buckles 1 cents this week at
Met 'a be s.
The racycle is a bicycle, but a bicy
cle can't J a racycle. For sale at
Curtains and portiers cleaned at
William Itlascbke's dye works, 1412
The cheapest place in the three
cities to buy your .wall paer is at
Young & McCombs'.
Suits m vie to yonr measure, $16,
!1M. fO. All our work is guaranteed.
A. Kipp, the tailor. J
Vou will make a great mistake if
you fail to visit Young & McCombs'
Sjend your money for Anli-Wash-Irtiard
soap and you will receive lotli
principal anil interest.
fourth street, preparatory to paving
Eugene Carter, ex-champion 3-c us fa-
ion carom bilhardist. arrives in the
city tonight from Chicago to visit
with Billy Catton
All day Friday Samuel White, of
Crescent bicycle fame, will be at
D.ivid Don's. At'end the open'msr
Flowers for the ladies.
S. S. Hull, the real estate agent, has
homes for sale for from $S00 to $ 4.000,
located in all parts of the city, which
he is offering at bargains.
J. C. Wallace, music dealer of Da v.
en port, is receiving some elcrant pi
nos, which are on sale at specially
low prices during tbis week.
A sprinjr suit or a pair of pants
made to measure, lit gaaranted. at
prices that will please you. Try
us and be convinced. Stewart, the
The wrestling match between Far
mer Martin Burns and Dan McLeod,
to have come off last night at St.
Paul, has been postponed until
The license ticket won at the town
election at Orion yesterday. Levi
Iliggins. the license candidate, de
feated Peter Westerland, anti-license,
94 to 50.
Those who love bright songs and
pretty music will enjoy the concert at
the Central church Thursday even
ing of this week. Adults, 25 cents;
children, 15 cents.
The younr man who likes some
thing strictly up-to-date ought to
take a look at that f 3.50 shoe on the
new British last, shown by Hurst, op
posite Harper house
Frank Young, Verne Brinkerhoff,
Ira Allen, Harold Mitchell, Elmore
Allen, Belle Brinkerhoff and Nellie
Willis will sing some of Eugene Field's
poems set to music
The up-to-date Rock Island girl
who wants something extra nice,
ought to see the Kock Island Shoe
company's new line of $3 ladies'
hoes. They're beauties.
The Rock Island Shoe compan y has
just gotten out two new styles in wo
men's shoes to retail at f J.50. They
are beauties, J hev are on sale oppo-
ite the Harper house. Hurst, be cuts
a, nA.i... i
ers, foreman or the button factory
was arrested for carrying concealed
weapons on complaint of Frank Wil
sou. Justice Abltott lined Myers fl
Among the marriage licenses issued
by the Cook county clerk Tuesday was
one for Alexander II. Fra.ier, of 2112
Fourteenth street. Moline. a carpen-
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No grade so high aa the Sky High Crescent grade. Call -and
examine the 1899 models at
1615-1617 Second Avenue. ROCK ISLAND.
LADIES' BIKE SHOE St
Tan and black kid, fancy plaid tops,
AA to E
4 BOOT, black and tan,
These are the Celebrated "Heffeltinger Line."
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A U.. ..U. ........ u.. -,er.an)l Mary E. Werner. Mr. Fra.ier
urcu s nais ami t-apx. new aim iiuuny, , .. i i . i : i ra
, ... J I is bJ 3 cars or age and his bride 58.
at Stewart s. the hatter. I
. .1-1 t . I At St. Joseph s school, tomorrow
si viii wan l n mviimi iii-ii-h;ih; sum ... . i i .:n i :.-.
, . . - .. ' . . , .evening, a sociahle will be given.
injt uiiiiiiir uai, izu ij oa'ifui I. mis u.ii. '
ter. We study to please.
IVrcalf wrappers worth up to $1.50. I
McCalje's spring opening saTe price
for balance of week 7i) cents.
Medium weight and sumincr under-J
wear of every description, at all
prices. Stewart, the hatter. I
proceeds of which will go into the
steam heating fund. Excellent re
freshments wil! be served from 5 to
lO o'clock. Tickets are on sale at 25
Now that you arc going to clean
your house, why not go to the store
where you can get the assortment and
Always come to us.
Our line is always com
plete and our prices are
consistent with the
quality of our goods.
Glance at the list
Oyster Plants, Sweet Potatoes,
Spinacb, Soup Hunches,
Netr Beets. Katllstaes,
Green Onions, Pie Plant.
Cranberrle, Eating apples.
VTtia Ducks. Dressed Ckickens,
BULK AND CANNED OYSTERS.
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Buy home manufactured good.f&nd , have the price iiiadc right to you?
build up your town. Anti-Washboard
soap is by long odds the best.
Stupendous bargain demonstration
tomorrow and balance of this week at
McCabe's. (Io with the crowd.
For the balance of this week '2 per
cent discount on all ".New Kisy Run
Ing" sewing machines at McCabe's.
Knox hats, ladies' straw sailors,
shapes now ready. William Joens
baiter, 314 Brady street, Davenport.
those n anil 10 cent classic ging
hams at 5 cents a yard at McCabe's
are for the balance of the week only.
Leonard cleanable refrigerators.
Quickmeal gasoline stoves, the world's
best, an elegant line, at David Don s.
Knox hats, ladies' straw sailors,
shapes now ready. William Joens,
batter, 314 Brady street, Davenport.
Tbe handsomest thing in town
that $3.50 shoe for young men on the
new British last. Hurst, he cuts the
Tbe best wall paper cleaner is to be
bad at SutrlitTe's. 12 cents per can.
Ho one is barred from carrvinjr it
Contractor Aaron Anderson is build
ing a $3,000 residence on Twentieth
street and Eleventh avenue for Henry
The Fraternal Tribunes will give a
social and dance at Carse hall Friday
evening. A small admission fee will
Every Udy in town asks $3.50 for
that grade of men's line (Joodyear
welt shoes, but Hurst, be cuts tbe
price to $3.
For a limited time the People's
Tower company will sell lnmp coke at
$4 per ten. and crushed coke at $4.40,
at the works.
Now is the time to buy your wall
paper, and don't forget that Young &
McCombs have the largest assortment
in the thre cities.
The Tri-City Construct! jn company,
with a large force of men and teams,
has begun the excavation of Forty-
You ran paier three rooms bv buyinr
paper of butclific where vou can only
get enough for two rooms at any oth-
es store in the city tor tbe same
money. 1431 Second avenue.
Capt. A. II. Husscll continues hear.
ing the grievances of the arsenal ma
chinists at the postoflice building.
He states that be will have no infor
mation to give the public, and there
will be nothing to be reported until
the secretary of war renders his decis
ion after receiving the testimony ad
duced by Capt. Russell.
Tbe St. Louis & Northern Short line
has asked for right of way through
Moline. An ordinance presented bv
tbe company is now before a commit
tee of the Moline council. The line.
it is generally understood, will be
permiited to enter the city on the
tracks of the . Terminal company.
which has just been granted a right
of way through Moline.
At the Tri-City Athletic club. Saen-
gerfest hall, Davenp rt. April 19,
20-round boxing contest to a decision
between Tommy Ryan. 154-pound
champion of the world, and Billy
Slift, middle-weight champion of tbe
west. Purse of $1,500. Malachi
Hogan referee. Jimmie Barrv, re
tired bantam champion of tbe world.
timekeeper. Jack Leonard manager.
Ailmission $1. Every one sure ot a I
seat. Tickets on sale at Cation's.
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When jou buy an
Andrae, especially so
when you pay $35 for
one and then look and
the other fellow paid -$35
Ask an Andrae rider he
will tell you.
Prices $35 $40, $50, $55.
324 Twentieth Street. Xock Island.
S03 W. Third St.. Davenport.
He Mlsfct Have Slarrled.
Fitz-Greene Halleck never married.
vet, as Mr. Howe reminds us in his
"American Bookman." be could not
have been without attractions, for a
certain superior lady is reported to have
"If I were on my way to church to
be married, yea. even if I were walking
np the aisle, and Halleck were to oiler
himself. I'd leave the man I bad prom
ised to marry and take him. "
To this, perhaps, bhonld be joined bis
epigram, written fur a young Lady who
had asked for his autograph: '
There wanted but thia drop U flit
Tbe wifetraa poet' cup of fanM.
Bnn-miil There tires a lady mtxU
VUlioc to taaa aw auw.
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This U housecleanlnr time, and
it ia time to bave your clock
a specialty '
Cleaning and Repairing
A XiallN OilallM
An Engliakmaa of Lymington bad
the misfortune to live in continuous
quarrel with his wife, who was a mod
ern Xactippe and threatened Id case
she survived him to dance over his
grave. It was ber lot to outlive him.
but it was not so easy to carry out her
threat The husband had tbe precau
tion to make an injunction in bis will
requiring his body to be buried in the
, near bis residence, and without
ceremony. Tbe injunction was complied i
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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
$10, $12.50, $15 and
that have decidedly more style, better quality and better
workmanship than any you can find elsewhere at for even
$2 to $5 more.
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The weapon we.usejn fighting our battles is low prices, through its power we have brought high
and are determined to hold them down.
PLACE, WE WILL DO BETTER.
Have You Seen Our
Just $2 below the lowest, and $3 50 less than the highest,
trading with the BIG ONE PRICE
NO MATTER WHAT ARTICLE,
Harringbone Top Coats.
Another positive proof of the saving in
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Isfand.
115 and 117 7. Second St Davenport.