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THE ABQTJS, THURSDAY, MABCni, 1900.
The Weather We May Have.
Fi'r tonight and Friday: warmer to
night, colder Friday.
J. M. Shtricb. Observer.
Temperature At 7 a. m., IT above.
At 3:3u p. nx. iiove.
Golf goods at Spencer's,
Buy a borne of Hull & Co.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
(Juns at 17u9 Second avenue.
For insurance, E. J. Barns.
For real estate, E. J. Burns
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's
List your property with Reidy Bros
All kinds of lish at II. Treuiann's
Flour, none better, only 95 cents at
W eckel 3.
Borax soap. 10 bars for 2 cents at
Flour must move. Only &" cents at
March made a re-pectable begin
St. Patrick's ball at Industrial hall
Friday, March 1C.
l'lentv of fresh lish at Hess Bros'
tomorrow. 1'hone 1031.
The Olga Nethersole iJ.fo) shoe op
posite the HariM-r Louse.
"Fancy California err plums 12.
cents per can at Weckel's.
Dr. O. E. McFadon. osteopath, 124
Went Third street, Davenport.
Canned blackberries, strawberries
and blueberries i cents at Weckel's.
The Rock Island $2 shoe is the lest
in tin; city. Opposite Harper house.
Stearns and I'atee Cre.-t bicycles at
Spencer's new store, 10'J Second ave
A good dairy faun can lje rented on
reasonable terms by applying to
I he county board will meet in re
cim session next Tuesday afternoon
at i' i) i;loi k.
The lecture to have been given to
nii'bt at Auirustana auditorium has
lieeu post polled.
St. Patrick's society No. 21. hold
their annual ball Friday, March lt, at
Halibut, salmon, vi kerel. trout.
smelts, cat lish and white lish at II.
Merchants' dinner at Harms' res
taurant. Quick service. Private sup
p jrs a specialty.
Twelve styles of Rock Island shoes
to pick from, at $2.o0 a pair. Oppo
site Harper house.
lust receixed a handsome line of
ladies1 .shirt waist samples for spring
at Stewart s, the liatlcr.
Dorn's large stock of spring goods
Is now in, and it will pay you, gen
tlemen, to call and nee the line.
The only stock of roller skates in
the three cities, full ball bearing lever
skates, full nickeled, only $3. at Spcn
Anna L. Mellherg. of Moline, yester
day tiled a bill for divorce from Axel
V. Mellberg on the ground of deser
You cannot fail to be pleaced with
the pretty styles that are on display
in sprinir and summer suitings at
Fresh halibut, white tish, trout.
smelts. ImlTalo. Minlisli. catfish, river
salmon and mackerel at Hess Bros"
Larger and letter than ever before
That is what will re found by looking
nt Dim's stock of firinr ami miiii-
Dr. LafJrange, the exjwrt optician
will make his 23rd weekly visit to
Bleuer's jewelry store Saturday. Con
sultation and advice free.
It is said Kock llami is to have an
other wholesale house, for the accom
modation of which a tine new metro
politan commercial building is to !
You are missing the biggest bar
gains in dry poods, carpets, curtains,
etc , if you fail to attend the great
factory tdiort length sale at the New
York store, Moline.
Avoid risk of permanent injury to
your eyes and health by consulting a
reliable optician. Dr. Ia! range is
reliable and his wark is guaranteed by
Fred Bleuer. the jeweler.
The ladies of the First M. E. church
will irive a coffee at the home of Mr.".
H. U. Hubbard. 10U Twenty-first
street, tomorrow afternoon from 2 to
G. Everybody invited.
The snow storm delayed last, even
ing's trains on the Uoek Island & Peo
ria. The passenger due here at ":45
lid notarrive till 11, while the Trilby,
due at 10:20, did not show up until 4
The ladies of Sacred Heart church
have consented to serve the supper
for the firemen's ball at the Indus
trial home March i. A feature of the
ball will be a Cakewalk, the winner of
which will receive $5.
One of Young & McCo nibs' popular
clerks took a quiet trip the other day
PI and came back looking wise. He is
from the other clerks, who say it is a
sure thing, he is no longer a bach
elor. Tonight occurs the formal opening
of the Industrial fair at Armory ball.
There will be addresses bv Mayor
William McConoehie, Truste T. II.
Thomas and J. W. Cavanaugh. aside
from the usual musical program.
If .your head aches don't abuse
your stomach with "spring medi
cine."' but remove the cause, which
in 8- per cent of all cases is eye
strain, and can only be corrected by
properly titted glasses. Consult Dr.
The head oflice, M. W. A., issued
during the month of February 15,027
benetit certificates, and chartered 157
new camps. During the same month
last year there were 12,177 lenetit
certificates issued and 1)7 new camp
The Fraternal Tribunes will give a
rare musical treat tomorrow evening,
and other novel features will occur
after the program. Refreshments
and a rood social time will follow.
Every member is invited to come and
bring a friend.
The second concert by Strasser's
orchestia will be triven at Kock Island
Turner hall Sunday night. Aside
from a choice musical program, there
will be dancing following the program
rendered by the orchestra. The danc
ing will be free to those holding tick
ets to the cue cert.
After a conference of two weeks
wiih the officers of the B. of K. T.,
the C . R. I P. railway has rejected
a petition or the urakemcn that se
nioritv of service should govern pro
motions. The men accepted the de
cision. J he pay or lirakemen will oe
advanced fj.50 per month on ail
There is a well-defined rumor abroad
that a through sleeper will soon be
put on from St. Louis to St. Paul,
coming by way of Peoria over the St.
Louis. Peoria .v. Northern and the
Kock Island Peoria, and changing
here to the St. Paul. It will pass
through here in the evening.
I'he only factory short length sale
to be held in this county is now in
progress at the New York store, Mo
line until March 10. New factory
short lengths received every day.
200 short lengths of table linens, all
pure Irish linen mill ends, 2 to ii-yard
pieces at 3'J cents, values up to 05,
cen's. All perfect full bleached.
You can't afford to place vnur
child's eyes in care of any but a thor
oughly competent and reliable optic
ian, one who understands the peculiar
effects of the eye strain on the gem ral
health and development of both mind
and body. Dr. La I range has made
this a life study ami is prepared to ac
cept the re-p-jnsibility. Consultation
free at Bleuer's jewelry store tonnr-row.
An animated scrap over the sale o
1 pair or mules took place on Second
avenue tun morninr. durinir which
several passages at arms were ex
changed, ami which would have prov
en mucii more interesting out lor the
fact that one of the belligerents was
seriously handicapped by the un
friendly interference of John Barley
Corn, to whose keeping he had fool
ishly committed himself.
The appellate court has rendered a
decision in the condemnation pro
ceedings of the Kock Island & Eastern
Illinois raw way against the (onlou
heirs, sustaining the verdict of the
Kock Island oouuty court, by which
the heirs were allowed $11. 600 for the
right of way through thtir property
in the east end of the city. The rail
road company appealed, claiming the
amount awarded was excessive.
Crop Correspondent Thomas Camp
bell has answered a bulletin of the
igricult oral department concerning
the quantities of corn anil oats re
maining in farmers" hands March 1.
Mr. Campbell states that " per cent
of the corn crop of lb'jj and 10 per
cent of the cats crop remain in the
farmers' hands, and that SO per cent
of the entire corn production and 7."
per cent of the oats production of the
year will be consumed within the
This Shoe Opportunity
Won't Last Always
As we will move in about ten days to our new location,
1721 Second Avenue, next door to Young & McCombs. &
We are selling slwes cheap.
DON'T MISS IT. I
1705 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, III.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Our Electric. Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chleapo, e-Sureon-ln-Chief
NEKVOUS-DEBILITY. Exhaustive drains. Slccp.espness, Threatened Insan
ity, weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or ary other condition due to nervous exhaustion
CATARRH. Dyspepsia. Asthma. Rheumatism. Scrofula, Blood. Kidney, Livei
and Skin Discuses can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of med
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why tre
combs with others when we guarantee you Si permanent cure in seven days by our Palnl
methods. Hydrocele cured In three d ys no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult ns. Wo
have cured many cases eiven up as hopeless, and we may be alilc to cute you. Surgloal
onerai inns performed at your home If doslfeil. Abdominal and brain sjriferv a hp,...1i
THEOUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore von cannot
afford to plaee your case In the hands of those who hve hud littlj or no practical exper
ience in Die treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as sureon-in-chiefcfSt.
Anthony's Hospital together with the fart that he has cured hundreds who
were pronounced incurable by others duritiir the live year he has been located in Daven
port, proves conclusively that he Is the physician you should coiinu t if vou want to if it
Rest of reference and credentials
If you cannot call write.
Hundreds cured bv mail.
Honrs, O to 12 a. m.. 2 to S and 7 to 8 p. m. 8nnlay 1 1 :30 to 1 :SO p. m.
Oiliee lit West Third Street, M'Cullough Huilding, Davenport, la.
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Our Vegetables andl
Are always fresh, arid you can
always hud everything iu our
store that is seasonable. Read
Head Lettuce, Iaf Lettuce,
Spiuach. Oyster Plant,
Ureen Unions. i'arsiey.
Sweet Potatoes, 'ucuiubers.
Malaga I rapes. Strawberries,
(irpe Fruit. Naval Oranges,
Kel eriower Apples Wine Sap Apples
1G20 Second Ave.
Merit is the Only Tiling
Any advertising not founded
upon merit is valueless.
When we pet forth our claims
in ljold type, it is because we
seek your busincs; and iu
reaching out for your busi
ness, we make ourselves alive
to t he requirements. That's
the whole story. Your needs
are sure of being met at our
store, you need have no
doubt of this Every day
brings in new goods' for the
coming season ami we would
in vite you to call and see our
line of novelties. Always
glad to show our goods. Ynu
are as welcome to look as
Wonlil Have Dropped .lohnnoii.
Wh:tt a wonderful gleam of light
would have burst from Chris1 lantern
if Moline could hate had a secret bal
lot on representative at the late
county convention. Moline was ready
to drop Brother Jchnson, but did not
like to do it open ami above board.
some of the delegates are just be
ginning to recover from the elfects of
the torches Representative Johnson
had distributed after he was nominated.
Manufacturing Jewelry and
"Calumet" Decs Not Delon; to a
Baking Powder Trust. Out Con.
umcroc.-c Hzsiitl turning
to Place Tbo.r Trust in
Yes. August Flower still has the
largest sale of anv medicine iu the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else fnf indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of appendicitis,
nervous prostration or heart failure,
etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out the system and stop
fermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
the nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. You only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower,
in liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing 9erious" the miatter
with you. Sample bottles free at T. II.
Accidents come with distressing
requency on the farm. Cuts, braises.
stingy, sprains. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil relieves the pain instantly. Never
safe without it. For sale by Mar.
shall & Fisher, druggists.
Tomorrow morning we will lnrrin
selling the granite iron cooking uten
sils which have been set aside because
of little imperfections. The pieces
are all serviceable the defects don't
hurt them but they go now at im
perfect ware" prices. You'll find
them marked in plain ligures, this
Wash basins, 14c, 12c
Coffee pots, 19c instead
of 29c 1QC
Preserving kettles, 4
Cook pots, 22c instead
of 2'Jc 22c
and so on.
There are a good many other items,
one or two of a kind. They'll be
picked op fast, though better come
L. S. McCABE CO.
That are Worth Going After.
For Overcoats Worth
For Overcoats Worth
$16 to $18.
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2iti V&91 ifl7 $3p
aJ XMlJ feifffitt
Vcr Overcoats Worth
For Overcoats Worth
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For Overcoats Worth
$11 to $12.50
jLafaasJ Vir irfciiMi I
l"or Overcoats Worth
For Overcoats Worth
We are getting in readiness for our new spring stock. It
will pay you to invest in an overcoat now.
The New Spring Styles are Here and Await