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THE ABGTTS, SATURDAY, APBIL 29, 1S99.
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W Partly c'oudy tonijrhl and Sunday:
jjj cooler tonijfbt.
n Today's temperature 'H.
J. M. Snians, Observer.
El-'iart for a piano.
Alaska re tiri aerators.
Hynes repairs .wheels.
Ieaf lard at Gilmore's,
Hynes' v ulcanizes tires.
Faultless, Old Gentility.
Ice cream at Trefz & Co's.
Wear Dolly Bros.' $5 shoe.
Farmer burns is in town.
For insurance, E. J. Burn.
For real estate, . J. Burns.
Money to loan. Reidy Bros.
Wavelery bieyeles at Hynes'.
Spaulding baseballs at Hynes'.
Ansel's dainty dyes at Thomas.
List your property with Keidy Bros.
Angels' dainty dyes dou't stain
Blue grass seed sold cheap at
Low prices on shoes this even
ing at Beether's.
The acme of perfection is Old Gen
tility 5 cent cigar.
Try Bahnsen's drug store for-delicious
ice cream soda.
Men's silk front shirts 9S cents at
Young & McCombs'.
ICight gallon garbage cans 35 cents,
at the Kastern Fair.
M. W. A. suspenders 25 cents at
Young & McCombs'.
Bottled aerated milk a specialty.
L. B. Strayer's dairy.
Just received a lot of fresli butter
and eggs at Beecher's.
Stop at Trefz & Co.'s and get a dish
of ire cream tomorrow.
If you waut a good diah of ice
cream" so to Trefz & Co's.
Call at .Summers & Co's. and see the
line of Alaska refrigerators.
Men's balbriggan underwear ti5
cents at Young X: McCombs'.
Have vour tailoring done at (Ins
Englin's, 103 Second avenue.
Call at Clemann & Salzmann's and
ste that line line of baby buggies.
Men's summer underwear, in all
qualities, at Young & McCombs'.
Men's imported French balbriggan
underwear at Young & McCombs'.
W. L. Douglas fehoes for sale at
Hurst's, opposite the Harper house.
Fine Sea Island cotton underwear,
with filk culTs, at Young & Mi-Combs'.
The Sylvan Steel company will pass
into the'hands of the trust next Mon
day. When in need of a tinner call on H.
T. Sieinon, 1316 Third avenue. Phone
l;n't forget the two leading brands
of .r cent cigars. Kinship and Old Gen
tility. Monday. May 1, Angel's dainty
dyes demonstration at Thomas' drug
Seethe line of furniture novelties
that is now on display at Clemann &
Free demonstration of Angel's dain
ty lyes at Thomas' drug store Mon
day, May 1.
All leading dealers carry the leading
brands of 6 cent cigars. Kinship and
Curtains and portiers cleaned at
William Blaschke's dye works, 1412
Egg phosphate, the newest and best
drink served, at the Palace cigar store.
Five cents, yes .1-cent ice cream
sot I a at the Palace of Sweets, 318
Have you noticed the snow white
fountain at the Palace of Sweets, 318
Coldest soda, ltest syrups, finest
crushed fruits, at Palace" cigar store,
Mild as a May morning and fragrant
as spring flowers. Old Gentility has a
charm for all. Try it.
Miniature photos at Smith's. Twelte
different positions in the dozen, oppo
site the Harper house.
Regular thirst destrovers are our
sodas and phosphates. Palace cigar
store, Bengston block.
Spend your money for Anti-Washboard
soap and you will receive both
principal and interest.
You can smoke nothing belter on
Sunday or any other day than Old
Gentility cent cigar.
You will have the right style and lit
in your spring suit if you have it
made at Gus Englin's.
Mayor-elect William McConochie
aud the new council will be inaugu
rated next Monday night.
Just in. a big shipment of straw
matting. Prices away down from 8
rents up at II. F. Cordes'.
Buy home manufactured goods and
'Calumet" makes the light
est, sweetest and most
NONE SO GOOD.
build up vourtown. Anti-Washboard
soap Is by long odds the best.
The Rock Island Ministerial asso
ciation will meet Monday at 10:30 a.
m. in the Y. M. C. A. rooms.
Bitter pills will be rolled for many
republican office-seekers next Monday
night at the conncil chamber.
Carpets, rugs and matting of all
kinds at Clemann & Salzmann's. The
tinest line in the three cities.
You will be satisfied if your spring
suit is made at Gus Englin's, as he
guarantees style, fit and price.
The Eastern Tea and Coffee compa
ny carries the best and largest line of
teas and coffees in the three cities.
You will save time and money and
are sure of satisfaction if you order
your suit at headquarters. A. Kipp s
$ 1.85 will buy a vesting top ladies'
shoe that other dealers ask $2.25 for
one not as good. Hurst, he cuts the
You know who knocked high prices
in confectionery and ice cream soda
the i alace of Sweets, J18 Iwentieth
Now when they're needed most, just
at the season's height, suits made to
your measure f 16 up. A. Kipp, the
Clemann & Salzmann have just re
ceived another large shipment of the
automatic refrigerators. Call and see
See the $ 2.50 men's in black and
tan vesting or kid top. Every pair
guaranteed at Hurst s. lie cuts the
We have the finest stock of new im
ported goods for suits, ranging from
16 up. A. Kipp, the tailor. 328
The finest line of china closets and
side boards that was ever put before
the public is now on display at Cle
mann & Salzmann's.
Workmen will meet tonight at 8
o'clock to perfect arrangements for
the entertainment of the grand lodge
of the order next week.
A lady demonstrator will give a free
demonstration of Angel's dainty dyes
at 1 nomas drug store Monday, May
1. 1 be public is invited.
The Palace of Sweets. 31 S Twen
tieth street, has the coldest and clean
est soda in the citv. Trv it. Only 5
cents for an ice cream sodi.
Persons desiring bargains in rea
estate, on eay terms, at 6 per c-nt
interest, call on S. S. Hull, room 30,
M. & L. block. Take elevator.
Johh T. Koftsker sells the cold stor
age refrigerator, that has live walls
and is the easiest to clean of any
Prices low. Come aud see them.
Kock Island factory shoes for f 1.S5
to $2.5) cannot be equaled in the city
j as the shoes are Rock Island factory
inatie. Jiursl, lie cuts tne price.
Our ice cream sodas, with our own
make purest crushed fruits, are not
to le compared with the "ordinary ar
ticle. Palace cirar store, Bensrston
Will unpack Monday a car load of
bbanilicr suits. It wilt be the hottest
line in town. Ladies that have bought
suits elsewhere will feci sorry. H. F.
City Treasure II. IJ. Simmons, an
ual report which appears elsewhere
shows a remarkable increase in his
collection of the 2 per cent insurance
tax which provided for an additional
Everybody is drinking the Rock
Island Brewing company's bock lieer
today. It is of an unusual quality,
aud a great treat to lovers of a line
glass of beer.
The remains of Private Alfred
OIerg, Company F. Molino, who died
at Cuanica, Porto Rico, vyill lie buried
tomorrow afternoon at Rock Island
J. Ramser has been appointed agent
for the Ball railroad watch. Railroad
men in need of a tine time piece made
expressly for railroad service should
call and see them.
Pretty new, nobby patterns for every
kind of wear makes the stock of J. B.
Zimiuer& Co. particularly attractive
to men of good taste. The tits and
workmanship are perfect.
You can call it any old name, but
we'll sell tbem for f 3.50 just the same.
If they don't wear we're t blame, and
we back every pair sold in our name.
Dolly Bros., the shoe fitters.
John T. Is of taker has now on exhi
bition the old reliable Pennsylvania
lines of lawn mowers, that have been
the standard fo'r years. They are
cheap, easy running and durable.
Correct style at correct prices are
the leading features of our millinery.
We want your" trade and are deter
mined to deserve it. Ottesen's mil
linery. West Second street, Dav
enport. One of the handsomest styles ever
turned out by the Rock Island Shoe
company is that new line of f 2 black
kid shoes. All widths from AA to E
at Hurst's, he cuts the price, opposite
Again the M. & K. proves, in the
most convincing manner their method
of underselling. A few days ago they
placed on sale a lot of men's wool
pants at $1. These trousers are iden
tically the same in quality and pat
tern, made by the same manufacturer,
as are being and hare been sold by
another lirm at $1.50.
Aa ArtM la Cooktec
Miss AJaline Decker Wagg. a grad
uate of the Bfton Cooking school,
will demonstrate the use of gas for
cooking and serve the dainties cooked
and baked on a gas range to all those
who are present at the demonstration
on the third floor of the Krell & Math
luilliog all next week, beginning
Monday. May 1. Procure your tick
ets of admission gratis at the People's
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
1615-1617 Second Avenac. , , ' ROCK ISLAND.
WHERE TO BUY
And tret good returns for
your money is a question that
perplexes many tbese days.
' lis easy enough if you watch. -Ibis
spare and tuke udvun--.
luxe of our offering. ;
THIS WEEK WE HAVE.
New Peas, Wax Means,
Oyster Plants, Sweet Potatoes,
Sptnacb, Soup Bunches,
New Beets, Radishes,
Green Onions, Pie Plant.
Cra&berrie, Eating apples.
Stra a berries.
1M0 rtcetl Av.
Iouef nrnlxhloK Supplies.
Carpet stretcher 05c.
Caret tacks, dozen packages, 10c.
Diamond wall paper cleaner, larjc
Hand brush, two for 5c.
Coat aud bat ruck, imitation oak, -19c.
Table oil cloth, per yard, li'lc.
Shelf oil cloth, per yard, Go.
Sherwood flat iron cleaner 10c.
Fibre lunch Imjx, 10c, 15c and 20c.
One-burner oil stove 49c.
Wall pockets, glass front, nice pic
ljarjre bottle ammonia 5c.
(tardea and Flower Seeds, etc.
Two packages of seeds 5c.
Hakes, hoes, forks, etc.
Wire netting, per foot, ic.
Screen wire, all sizes, doors, win-
lows, etc.. White Mountain and Arc
tic freezers, best made.
One lot of baseball bats. SCc kind, 25c.
Catching mitts from 10c up. ."
FUbinir tackle, lame iwMrtmunt of Boles.
linen, books, reels, minnow dip nets, trot lines,
Hammocks, croquet sets, etc.
Tbls is bousecleanlng; tune, and
it Is time to have your clock
Cleaning and Repairing
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Islard.
LLOYD S BICYCLES. I
Eldredge, the wheel
Miller Rides ....
ELDKEDGE$50.O0. 40.00 35.00
COLUMBIA chainless, 98 model, $65.0,0
99 model, $75.00' chain. $50. 40- 25
.RAMBLER 30-inch. $45. $40. $35
LUTIIY highest price chain wheel made,
TRIBUNE $50- $40
TIGER $50' $30
IMPERIAL $40, $30
ADLAKE 4&, .m 25.
m IDEALS-aao, $25. $20. $18
K IDEALS boys and girls. $J6- $18. $20-
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge $50.
. . Remember the Maine . .
Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
Bicycle is at LLOYD'S,
Harper House Block.
Of the Day
And there's no such place as good to practice
it as at Mi & K. SATURDAY MORNING,
April 29 from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. we will place
our $1.50 values of men's shoes at
One Pair to a Customer.
AS LONG AS THEY LAST
Pairs of Men's
They Are Cheap
VOUR JHOjVEY BACK IP YOU SAY
,M u . - v. 'v .w'tMi m - -
mMtsx. ..aas.- w job
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Representing 14 Leading Bicycle Makers
or the World.
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Trice
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are.
LLOYD Will Do Better.
Wholesale and Retail Itlryclea. Kverything sold fully guaranteed.
SUNDRIES AND RKPAIKINQ.
Wool Pants $1.00
at $1.50 Per Pair.
J o j
115 and 117 V. Second St Davenport.