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THE ARGUS. SATtTBDAT. APR1X 22, 1899.
v f arcane.
AT 1512 Fourth
WmmmM OPENING BALL GAME
A NTO-BOA P.DhUS CHOICE ROOMS
f and board at t2M fourth avenue.
r bouse work
CIRf.. POK CENTRAL
Call at '01 Fourth avenue.
WANTED -CIRI. fOU HOUSEWORK AT
117 Klftb avenue. Munt have refer-
v v baceo,
HVE f;iRI.S TO STRIP T -And
cih'tti makers at Morrioa&
WANTED AT ONCE. A FIRST-CLASS
raper haieer. Apply at office of Com
Rock Island to Meet Dubuque in
an Exhibition Tomor
"TTJANTKD - A
l:7 Fifth uremic.
Kood Karen. C.
WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL: NO IT
stulrx work or washing required. fli
I ANTED -GOOD IIABD WORKING WOM
II an lor kitchen work and wanning. Ap
piy at Kock Island Club.
ft housework: family of three udulli:
I St toecond avenue.
1 If A NTED
II era for Hoeeiailies. American
V r r A N T ED f 1POD
GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply with reference to
S perry. Wt T wenty-seeond street.
" WANTED PUPILS WISnrNU TO TAKE
1 1 private lewim in dancing can do ao by
ecquirli.K at 710 Klftb avenue. J one.
TV'ANTED-I'O.SITIO.V" AS FT1ST-CLASS
v I Itor-rtf-hhfier or cnrriil blacksmithm;;.
Address Sam Amnnise. U06 First avenue.
11TANTEO-A FEW MI!E RfMIMERS AND
v d:ii boarders can be iiccorntnd:itcd at
:!IHSIxieenli street: central location: onstrect
''ANTIU-200 HORSES TO CLIP IIY
eleetricitv. at the Metropolitan horse
ahoelnir shop, corner Third and rock I.tlaod
street. Ceorire Shade. Davenport, Iowa.
TANTFD PI'PILS IN FREKIIA ND AND I
I T meclianical drawinir. l'-n and ink.
china p:iirii ini; and new method of water col
or. Children's cl:u iatiird;i afternoons.
with first icsnon and material free. Cla-vt in
the rveniiiif. Ij-muiiis ht) cents. Mi-ss 1'latt.
studio 606 Eighteenth street.
-1 1 A NTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
v T Island to take orders for the celebrated
f-Infer seaing machine. A No. I contract
(riven to ri;rht parties. .Call on or address the
M"eer Manufacturing compacy, 417 Harrison
street. Davenport. Iowa.
1 'ANTED -SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY
II pr-ons to niitiiie our luinevs in lbir
own and n-.irtv counties Minlv oifiee work
ruriihiftril at hoiu-. Salary s:rlcbt a
ic;ir:uil :itul i-xpciM's definite. iMinaftde sal
ary: fio more no less salarv. Ifcfercnce. Kn- I
cj,i-.e .-lf.iMlur-o.etl stamped envelope. The
I 'minion company, department R, Chicago.
1 lrA NTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
v I mnnds. watches, jewelrr. hardware.
B.'Ji sleal Instrument, bicycles, clothing, dry
I'ood.H. furniture, etc. Highest casb pricta
r .d for i.econa band toons of all kinds also.
T be above goods for sale at oalf the usual
I lore priceH. A li buslncw transaction strictly
conndcntial. tils new number and location.
I U Second avenue. Don t forget Ik J. W.
J ores. Two rinics on 1347.
WANTED LADIES TO MAKE
at home for larire mirtrical
bouse. Earn f 10 weekly. Enclose addrcMsed
atainned env-le for reply. MarHhail &, Co.f
lirooklyn, is. 1 .
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
Strip of I-'ios. manufactured by the
Calitoksia Fio Svbup Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principle of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most re fresh i tiff to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthen inff laxa
tive, cleansing the system elTectuallv,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly antl enablinprone
overcome habitual eonstipation per
n. nently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub-Rtani-e.
and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing fips
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but t.he medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California Fio JSyr.t-p
Co. only. In order to pet its lieneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN FHAWCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. K. Y.
For sale by all Druggi&ts. Price Soc. per bottle
SCHEDULE EXPECTED OUT SOON.
J 1 bandaires
"lOR SALE -A IjOT LflCATED IN THE
J best block on 1 bird avenue. Apply of
"TT'OR SALE TWO GOOD HUILDINO LOTS.
-a.' 80sl!40 feet, near C, it. A A. P. depot, a
"IjKR SALF. TWO NICE IIOMF-S ON THIRD
Xs avenue, one ()0. the other l. Ii: paving I
paid for. Inquire at 11 lu 1 bird avenue.
1iX)R SALE NINF-ACRF. FKHIT FARM.
JL' AU kinds of fruit: good buildinirs: near
sown. A baricain for aome one if taken soon.
MODFRN IIOI'SE OF
location. v ut tie I w r-k m
Mild un ttrniH or rented reasonable. Ap-I CJf Ja9
ly on premises, iiy i we:na street.
J seven riNitns. In uiHMl
In quality and (lelieioiisness is
KRELL & MATH'S
rich anl ijuisitcly llavorctl
THE ICK CKEAM CIIIL can
;tve exjwrt opinion as to the
tuperior quality of our tleli
eat"lv llavorctl cream. Hrino;
-A. farm near town.
SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE I
ItlH of f rmjlu To be
old ebeap to settle an estate. Hdre Is a bar-1
ln cheap for cash. Ho trad. Gordon M
EPOB SALE COAL IN ANT QUANTITY
a. of 60 buabeU or over at SO per too. a
Lvered U. O. D. to any part of the oiiy. Lav
orders at Oonmaraliu bmiM barbar shop. Book
I lnd, or Enos James, Milan.
X.X3R SALE CHEAP LOTS IN MMAS-
JL ver s addition, old banebAll rroundx. These
lota will be sold from si upward: small
amount down, balance on lone time at 6 per
sent Kldy llrosv, room , Mitcbell it Lynda
IVR SALE IviT sOI'TIIKAST CORNER
Ninth avenue and Twenty-third street:
s ot southeast corner Ninth avenue and
Twentyneeond street: terms to suit buyer.
Address T. J. llalpiu. M Main street, St.
1 .ouijt. Mo.
I .'OR 8 ALE THE A I'Gl'STA NA COLLEGE
" barber shop. t;. l p.ivirn.". clean and
cash traile. A splendid opisiri unity for a
younir nian lt start in business. Wr te or ap
ply on premise. S. J. Stadcr. 6X1 Thirty-eiKblb
si re el. city.
LilOK SALE A NEAT OFF1CK CABINET
Jc with about AO different slides, suitable for
Bl'n legal blanks or any desanptlon of pupert
In flat form to be kept la sbape for writing
A comprehensive Index connected. Just the
thing for any office with contracts, etc., to
tile. Address H. E. C, care of TBI Aauoa.
"IOR SAI.FTWt CHOICE IMtX'F.S OK
-I real estate: one at ll'JJ hirst uvrnw snd
the other at No. :iin Fourteenth stre't. in this
c:v. known a-i th Cbar'es Arnold property.
Will les'dat public auction, to tie hitrliest
bi 'tiers, at the east distr of cotir house. April
at I clock p. m. For information apply to
r".iccncy a. v, sikcr, allot ocs-
around to our parlor, they
will enjoy -a treat" that is
ImiIIi refreshing and tooth
some. KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Try a 1 quart I'.KICK for din
ner, ii. serves persons. We
deliver it packed on ice.
' A K.usoltlee.
Itelleved Local Clob Will Kefln Season at
House With Roekford Records of Mao
acer Harry Safe's Men Kits of Gos
sid of Interest to the Fans Gleaned From
A round the Circuit.
With favorable weather, it is anti
cipated tbere will be a line attendance
at the season's lirst game at the ball
park out on Twelfth street tomorrow
afternoon. Harry Sare and his play
ers will make their initial bow at
home in an exhibition game with an
inderiendent team from Dubuque.
The lot-ai team is made up of mostly
3'ounfr men. They all have records
that make it reasonable to expect they
wi! give a satisfactory accounting of
Billy Kotenus, of lUifTalo. N. Y..
who will hold down lirst bag, was
with Toledo in in '90 with Tor
onto, in the International league, and
subsequently with IVoria, Isbpeming,
6pnngiieid, Aiass., isullaio, X.,
Rochester and Wilkesbarre. In 1S!)8
liotenus abandoned the professional
game because there was not enough
money in it, and played with inde
pendent teams. He claims the dis
tinction of having the best batting
average on record for a single game.
Joe Wright, center fielder, enjoys
the distinction of having been in the
National league, having been sold by
Memphis to Louisville in 181)5, and if
Joe hail attentlcd to his knitting as
he might have done, it is probable
that he would be traveling with the
swiftest company in the business to
day. Joe is an excellent man in the
garden, and while with Hock Island
last season showed himself a past
master in swinging the hickory.
Wright began his baseball career in
18'JU with Oshkosh in the Wisconsin
league. He afterward played iu the
Eastern and Southern leagues.
Charles Dooin, catcher ami exchange
licldcr, whose home is in Cincin
nati. Itegan his baseball career in 189-1.
liuck Ewing took an interest in him
ami advised him to practice catching,
which be did. ami with much success.
He was connected with various inde
pendent teams until 1S'J!S. when he
secured a berth with Indianapolis,
lie tlitl excellent work, but had the
misfortune to break a thumb. After he
recovered from the injury he was
farmed to Ottumwa. and I lock Island
ers will remember the auburn-haired
youth who ditl such clever service for
the Iowa aggregation on its visits
nere. isooin is years or age. lie
refused an olTur from Indianapolis.
Tim OTlourke, of Amiret, Minn.,
third base, is an old timer. He has a
liue record and can lie exjiected to do
some good work with the stick and at
third. He is 31 years of age and
weighs 155. He is known in the base
ball world as "Voiceless Tim." It
should not be inferred from this that
he has no voice the fact is, Tim's
pipes don't work very well. They
got out of whack while Tim was sing
ing lirst tenor in a Minnesota choir.
Leaving the choirTim merely chanred
irom lust to tuinl. Jle lias been in
the Western, Texas and National
leagues. He was with Springticld.
Ohio, last season.
Hob Rothermel, second base, has
been traveling in the fastest of
league company for several seasons,
and he can lie depended on to hold up
bis end in the infield for Hock Island
Of Harry Sage, manager aud catch
er, it would lie superfluous to tell
anything to jieoplc here in his home.
Harry has been with the top notchers
during his days. He is a reliable,
conscientious player, and while he is
in charge. Ilock Island enthusiasts
can rely on it they will bo given good
Dick Closson. of Des Moines,
i-Iiort stop, is -.1 years old. He tips
the scales at 165. He has had no
league experience, but for three sea
sons has beeu identitietl with the
leading independent teams of Iowa.
Jack Hart, of Swea City. Iowa,
pitcher, was born in Albany, N. Y.,
Nov. 3, 1876. He is a promising
youngster. Last season he played
with the Iowa university team, and
different independent clabsand wound
up with Detroit.
Harry Bay, of Teoria, left fielder, is
aged 21. His lirst professional en
gagement was with Peoria in 1897.
Last year he was with an independent
club at Lincoln, III.
Frank 'Alberson, pitcher, of Wash
ington, Iowa, is not a stranger here.
He is 25 years of age. lie plaved
awhile on the llock Island team last
year. Fwjik is believed to be a comer.
John Callahan, Moberly, Mo., pitch
er, is also a young plaver of whom
great work is exjiected the cominr
Liners From the Field.
See the game tomorrow.
IHlIy ISaer will play left for Blooui
ingtou. A bath tub has been installed for
the players at the Twelfth street park.
Fan. piDe, chew, kick, holler, yell
any old thing to keep baseball enthus
iasm rolling high.
Osee Schrecongost is in the Na
tional. He has the right stuff in him
and will doubtless make a great rep
Bill Kreig says he has the best
pitching staff in the league. Bill
should not fonret that there are oth
ers in the show.
Joe MeGinty, the ex-Western asso
ciation pitcher, looks like a risiug
star in the National ranks. He has
begun his career well.
In answer to the inquiries of the
ladies it mirht be stated that there
are not more than a dozen good-looking
men on the Bock Island team.
Warren Beekwith has signed with
Sacramento, Cal. He states that his
distinguished papa-in-law, Itolxjrt T.
Lincoln, has become reconciled to his
marriage with his daughter.
In a letter to the Bock Island man
agement President J. Stanley Browne
states that the schedule will lie out in
a few days. It is thought the local
team will open at home May 2 with
The club house idea in connection
with minor leaguo baseball apjiears to
be spreading like a contagion through
the Interstate cities. Tho Wheeling
boys are to have a building, and now
Manager Truby has arranged for a
club house in Youngstown. It will
have 16 lockers, hot and cold water
for baths, etc.
TALK OF THE TRACK,
Louis H. Cooke, the Able Round
house Foreman for the
SUCCESSFUL EAUEOAD CAREER.
Fireman, Hostler, Machinist, and Finally
Rewarded for His Efficiency by Substan
tial Promotion Urief Bits of Informa
tion Gathered Around the Depots of th
Louis H. Cooke, foreman of the
Kock Island fc l'eoria roundhouse in
this city,- was horu in Joliet in 1862.
He received his early education in that
city. After lieing graduated from the
High school he turned his attention
to railroading. His lirst expeiience
was ai a fireman on the old Missis
sippi & Texas between Little RockanJ
Arkansas City. This position he held
r5X!. for one year.
Cheap Cash Store.
... .GROCERIES. ...
IIU1S H. I'OOKE.
IS A FINE BUSINESS BLOCK.
That In IVhlch the Itoston Store, Daven
port, is Now Established.
The Boston store, Davenport, is now
established in its new building at the
corner of Second and Harrison
streets, that city, and the enterpris
ing proprietors, Harned & Von Maur,
are enjoying the fruits of their public
spirit, not ouly in the source of grati
fication that must come from such
pleasant environments of their own
creation, but in tho measure of public
appreciation that is indicated. Tho
tendency of trade is naturally in the
direction of metropolitan surround
ings, anil the business man whose
pride and interest in the community
are shown in lirst-class business es
tablishments is deserving of there
suits that are sure to come. Harned
& Von Maur have provided a business
block in keeping with their reputa
tion, in keeping with the class of
goods they handle, and ia keeping
with the ideas of the people upon
whom they rely for business success.
The new block which the Boston
has built, according to the firmsown de
sign, is complete in every detail, em
bracing all the features of the ideal
up-to-date department store. Every
essential to convenience and system
is embraced in each ami all of the
various departments, and nothing
could be more attractive than the
metropolitan air that pervades
entire brand new establishment,
a cosmopolitan emporium, it
well lay claim to lirst place in
state of Iowa, if not in the west.
I I AVE YOt'R SHIRT WAISTS MADE UY
II sn exiert. Fit and work guaranteed.
lsi Third avenue, teeond Moor.
TONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL.
4.11. gaee loans hy W. II. Eastman. IT
"L'Oi: KENT - HKSli: JULE FI'RN III F.D
-a rooms: line location. IN Stvoutl ae-
IlR KENT DOCItI.E STOKn HCII.DINCJ
at I.siS-i.-i7 Second avenue, inquire of
IOR KENT ST A HI.E FOR TWO ORT1IREB
-A. hordes, all convvnieticts. Enquire lutM
NICELY FfKNlSIIEO ICOO.MS
tr. pnl;ile fatnilv. Enomr at
1UIJ Second atenue.
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He I
slso makes co.letions bard ones a specially.
EN WANTED FIRST-CUSS HOLD-
ers. eoretnakem. olacksmiih and pat-
trmniakers. .000 wa-es ami Htc.tiv work.
Ap!v to W. M tllioti. Rock Island House
Monday. April - .
I EXPRESS LINE CHARLES MILLERS
A Kiiinss l Sixth avenue. Crefull
h.-indlini? of trootLs and ffitck snd te.iable ser- I
int. Movintr by careluL. cJi-erimecd men.
Call or telephone No. e-il.
A for two
-pOH RENT LARGE FCRNISHED FRONT TWSS11 VKING
X.10K KENT TWO FLATS OIMMSITE THK
-F c. It I. A 1. depot. .lh bath cd water.
txoester. Davenport. 1'lionc
Enquire of ti A
IjVIR RENT A LARj:E FRONT Room
wiib board, eentral location, suitable for
1 Al ECI RTA1NS MENDED. 1VAINTINCS.
X A library hooks and line ijiss renovated
proper.y. Vvatcr color of old Fort Arm-1
strong and Colorado views lor salV ehean.
Call or tlrcs Mai llatt, art teacher. I
(JAI.fMEX-l) A MONTH AND AI L
k exprnce eusran:eecl s uine inerebants
Arctic Kvinirer.tintr Macni--c lor cox-linir re-
inreratofH. iniaraniceo per cent cb-aper I
man ice. Exclusive ten itory assjk'neo. Arctic
licfn:eratinif company, t 1ut-1nna.il. Ohio.
-IN ORDEtt TOESTAH-
a competent urcsinaker I
in a tborotcrh manner, a laoy 01 is vears ex
peiience mm cut ana ni. aosHuieiv ir,e. i-r I
one uav. It rilnisiiiT, Apr.i in. Mea-urcs will
be taken on tbat day 00 v. CuttinsdMieThiirs-
tlay and Btttnk' r rulay loll mini:. Kcieiiuer
n, measurements ill Ik; taken later than
WtsTtnesaay. Call secouo story Trctnaun
two younir men or man
'! II.." AKt.l s oHlce.
and wife. Address VJALESMEN-ICALLINO ON ANY IJNE
w ' ui 11 sMic riif or wt'uutif f ditc IOst
-T7VOK BENT NEW LODtiE ROOM. WHAT
was lormcriy sixooira club mist
11 as oven nttcu up wun new snd complete
lodre room furniture - and fixture, and is
orx-nand ready for inspection Cheap rent:
tide ine sver offered: over 1A0 diflerent styles
o! toe hkmlsimrst calendars ever put on the
market: most liberal commissions ofTered cu
percent). As-ents esc casiry make to to fis
weekly, tiuaranteed the lest line Lo De found
anywhere Hive references. The Aiucriean
Novelty eooipany, iM and VH liroadway. Cln-
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
about." But it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be good, and to
get it good he. must
buy it at a store where
they knowgood cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
can. always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs-
The Morphine Habit Increasing'
It Is stated by prominent physicians tbat the
number of morphine fiends Is increasing. Ow
ioc to tbeir delicate nervous organization, the
habit finds the preatest number or its victims
among women, althoupb men, too. sre not ex
emp .. Tbey take the deadly stuff whenever
they feel depressed or have a slight ailment,
and before tbey realize tind Sbemselves in tbc
sraspor a practice which can but end in the
grave. This morbid craving comes from a
run down condition of the nervout tystem anl
blood. Ilottcttcr's Stomach Hitters taken
faithfu'ly will tone up tbc system, strengthen
the stomach and make the blood pure, and it
will belp tbe liver and kidneys to do their
work. It is trood for everyone, especially at
this time of tbe year.
Pneumonia is one of the most dan
gerous and fatal diseases. It ahvars
I results from a cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will quickly cure a
cold and Derkaps prevent an attack
I of pneumonia. It is in fact made
especially for that ailment and has
become famous for its cures over a
large part of the civilized world. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold
toward pneumonia. Can you afford
to neglect your cold when so reliable
a remedy can be bad for a trifle? For
sale by all druggists.
If you have piles, cure them. No
'Use umlertroing horrible operations
that simplv remove the results of the
disease without disturbing the disease
itself. Place your confidence in Ie-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It has
never failed to cure others; it will
! not fail to cure vou. For sale by T.
it. a nomas. A. J. liciss and M. i.
Cbsd Tidings to Asthma SntTerers.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick
auu fvaniTe reuei iu au cases.
Ts Care Coewctaxstloa Vac war.
T416 Cucsrctx CudrkUi.rtii in M.
If C C C tail to cure, dnifiguHs refund mtooej.
when he was
edge of rail
he was obliged
to resign on
account of his
los8, when he
ated sufficiently to go back to the
railroad, he secured employment in
the machine shops of the Rock Island
at Joliet, and inside of a yearhe was
made fireman of ayard engine, ami later
transferred to a run on the Illinois
division. Two years later he was
promoted to the foremanship of the
roundhouse at Joliet. He was subse
quently transferred to Peoria to act
in a similar capacity for the Rock
Island road. In 1S'J8 he was tendered
and accepted the foremanship of the
roundhouse of the Peoria railroad in
this city, succeeding John Williams.
Mr. Cooke is a practical and thorough
Kays From the Headlight.
Conductor Alex Fra.ier, of the Bur
lington, is sick.
The Teoria is rebuilding tracks in
its lower yards.
Enginccr Joe Clapper, of the Kock
Island, is oltdtity.
Brakeman F. K. (Jrubb, of the Rock
Island, has resigned.
Engineer Tom Foster has returned
to duly on the Rock Island.
Charles Hinckley, night hostler at
the Kock Island, has resigned.
Jacob Clark, of the Rock Island
roundhouse force, is visiting in Cable.
Charles Pratt's Rock Island engine.
tbe 110b, is in the shops to bo re
painted. Brakeman E. Edwards, of tho Rock
Island, is contemplating a trip to
Fireman Frank (Joecklo, of the Rock
Island, is off duty suffering with a
Henrv Potts, car repairer at the
Burlington, and wife are visiting in
Andrew A. McCormack, the new
master mechanic of the Peoria, was in
the city Thursday.
(Jeorge Marquette, of the Rock Isl
and yard master's olliee, has been trans
ferred to yard duty.
1. J. Olsneu, superintendent 01
water service for the Rock Island, was
in the city Thursday.
W. L. Ayers. head machinist at the
Burlington, has returned to work
after a severe illness.
XV. K. Scott, of the Rock Island train
dispatcher's cilice, will spend Sunday
angling at Waterloo. Iowa.
superintendent V . J. Lawrence, o
the southwest divi.sion.of the Rock Isl
and, was in the city yesterday.
Conductor William Dunsmore, of
the Rock Island, has returned to duty,
after an illness of three weeks.
Conductor P. J. Joyce, of the Mil
waukee, has returned to duty, much
improved in health, after a sojourn at
Hot springs. Ark.
Bill Varmer, ex-foreman of the
Rock Island's stone masons' crew, is
engaged in tbe saloon business at
Engineer Mart Cavanaugh. of the
Rock Island, is taking a layoff. John
Condon is handling the throttle of the
817 in the meantime.
The work of completing the till for
the Terminal company's track road
between Eleventh and Fifteenth
streets was begun today.
I. J. Ketchum, successor to C. L.
Rundy as chief of the car repair
department of the Rock Island, made
his lirst trip on the line Tuesday.
tmil trey tag, abstract clerk at the
Peoria oflice, has resigned and re
turned to his home at Reynolds.
Thofnas Adeliuan, of Peoria, takes his
The first engine with train to cross
tbe Crescent bridge made the trip
from Davcnjwrt yesterday afternoon,
bringing tix cars of stone to be used
for riprappintr on this side of the
river. The engine was No. 1213, of
A new time table goes into effect on
the R. I. & P. tomorrow. The change
affects only the trains on the Cable
and Sherrard branches as follows:
The train which formerly left Rock
IIaud at 6 a. m. for Cable anil Sher
rard now leaves at 5 a. in. aud runs
only to Sherrard. On the return trip
this train formerly arrived at Rock
Island at 5:30 p. iu. from both Cable
and Sherrard. It now arrives at 4:59
p.m. from SLerrard with no Cable connection.
EdsrstsTsor Bowels Willi Cases rets.
Candy Cathaitie, cure constipation forever.
ivc,c. UUUt. tail, crut,'KisUa refund i
Santa Claus or An ti-Wash board Soap, S bars lor 25C
Fairbanks Gold Dust, this sale for only '. JSq
Nice Ture Lard, this week four pounds for 25C
Pure Jelly, 15 pounds in pail, for only 3SC
Wash Powders. Perline, Cias or 1776, 2 for 5q
Lion or McLaughlin's Package Coffee 0C
Best Tarlor Matches, 12 boxes for only J0C
Potatoes, 20 cents a peck, per bushel 7SC
Brooms at any price you want from 10c to 25C
. . . .OTHER GOODS. ...
A lot of Hoes, Rakes, Spades, etc., to sell cheap,
lot of pictures that will cost you but little money to
walls with. We undersell cveryliody in tho shoe line.
We have a nice
.1513 and 1515 Second Avenue
Just a Minute
Lapitz The Tailor of Davenport, will here briefly
state the reasons why the Rock Island boys'
should look him up. All of his garments are
made by the best tailors obtainable. His assort?
ment is the largest and most complete. He can
fit any man of any size or shape. His styles are
the most striking, quality the best, prices the
lowest. Years of experience has demonstrated
his ibility. The best proof is his steadly increas
ing trade. Drop ir and look over our immence
line of suitings, you will never regret it. No
trouble to show goods.
LAPITZ, THE TAILOR.
321 Brady Street, Davenport.
1 1 a
222 W. Second
And men change with the times. Fine
merchant tailoring has advanced as an art
more perhaps than any other business
during this century. VVe are in the front
ranks and can we be-of any service to you!
J. B. ZIMMER S CO.
Choosing Wedding Presents
from our many beautiful pieces
in period designs, is what many
brides wish their friends were
sensible enough to do when mak
ing gifts. We have some rich
and handsome odd pieces in
chairs that are suitable for this
purpose, as well as making bright
spots iu the home.