Newspaper Page Text
THE AEGUS, FRIDAY. MARCH i). 1900.
The Weather We May Have.
Geaerally fair tonight ana Saturday;
much colder Saturday.
J. M. Shebier. Observer.
Temperature At 6 a. m., 3 above.
At 3:30 p. m., 4J move
J. Earnser, optician.
Poultry at Schroeder's.
Golf goods at Spencer's,
Butterine at Schroeder's.
Buy a home of Hull & Co.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Guns at 1703 Second avenue.
F:r insurance K. J. Burns.
For real estate, E. J. Burns
Shoes sold cheap at Beech er"s.
Sale day tomorrow at Beecher's.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
Telephone 4483. E. E Mangold.
The firemen's ball occurs tonight.
List your property with Reidy Bros
Knox hats. Sommers & LaVelle.
Fresh eggs and dairy butter at Hor-
Attend the remodeling sale at Stew
"Dutchess pants." Sotnmers & La
Nobby top coats $6.50. Sommers
Stetson and (Juyer hats for spring at
Solid oak bedroom suits at $ 16 at
II. F. Cordcs'.
J. E Hawthorne, dentist, V. M. C.
Consult Dr. Ladrange about your
"St. Patrick's bill Friday. March 16.
Bargains in shirts at the remodeling
sale at Stewart's.
Men's or boys' rubber boots sold
cheap at Beecher's.
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Maucker & 'form's.
The best is not too good for your
eyes. Consult Dr. La(range.
Dr. ). E. McFadon. osteopath, 121
West Third si reet. Davenport.
Choice table butter only 2o cents a
pound tomorrow at Beecher's.
Men's Stein-BIoch spring suits and
overcoats. Souimers it IaYelle.
Attend the great March sale of fur
niture and carpets at II. F. Conies".
Now is the time to buy your new
hat at the remodeling sale at Stewart's.
Nice large apples 30 cents a peck;
potatoes 1U rents a peck at Beecher's.
I ( If 1 .
i ry a sacK ot ttooomms t-uoice
Hour; sold only by Mauckcr it Tonn.
Stearns and I'atee Crest bicycles at
Spencer's new store, lTO'j Second ave
nue. Be sure and attend St. Patrick's
ball Fridav, March . Industrial
(Jay flTects in tup coats. $7..j0 buys
nil all-wool garment. Summers it La
Shorty" Wilson, of Moline. lied
ff malaria at Los Angeles, Cal., yes
terday. Cable coal can be bought of Charles
Hangen, Twentieth street, rear of
No. 22 1.
You ar- expected to attend the ."0th
annual ball of St. Patrick's society
Dr. L-ttlrango. the eye specialist,
will be at Bleuer's jewelry store again
Merchants' dinner at Harms' res
taurant. Quick service. Private sup
pers a specialty.
Dr. LaCrangc. the expert optician.
will make his 26th visit to B!eiiei"s
jewelry store Saturday.
Nice supper 15 cents at the Central
Presbyterian church Saturday even
ing from 6 to s o'clock.
Buy your canned goods and dried
fruit of Mauckcr ' Tonn. They have
a tine stock of such goods.
Call at Hess Bro". tomorrow and
try a cup of chocolate. It is a treat
to lovers of line chocolate.
All the latest novelties in spring
suiting will be found at (lus Englrn's,
17":; Third avenue. Phone M'J:.
You will get nothing but lirst-clas
work at (Jus Englin's panitorium,
1702 Third avenue. Phone ll'.t:;.
Elegant line of neckwear just re
ceived. Will be pleased to show vou
the latest novelties. The London
Your health, as well as your eye
sight, depends upon the skill ot the
optician. Dr. LatJrange is skillful.
Lnthar Harms has purchased of the
Black Hawk syndicate all the remain
ing lots in that addition. 16 in num
ber. For Saturday, choice of any fancy
or silk vest that sold up to f:? for
$2.19, for Saturday only. The Lon
don. The only stock of roller skates in
the three cities, full ball bearing lever
skates, full nickeled, only f3. at Spen
cer's. Park mills and Lowell carets at 55
cents per yard. Sujer all wool car
pets at 40 cents per yard at H. F.
Don t experiment wita your eyes.
Consult Dr. LaGiange and have the
satisfaction of knowing that your
glasses are right.
The houses of the Moline Ice com.
panv at "Watertown lack some 4. W0
tons of being full and a force of men
was sent up this morning to til them
Tomorrow will be the last day of
the chocolate demonstration. Don t
fail to call and try a ca p at Hess Bros'.
it is the best ever served in the city,
Ask vour neighbor or anvone-
they will all tell vou of getting the
best dairy butter for the least price at
the lwm-Citv grocerv, foot of Lim
Call and see our Bradford and Broad.
wav box spring top coats, made bv Al
fred Benjamin it Co.. the best makers
of overcoats in the United Slates. The
The Little Five, of the Y. M. C. A.,
ana the coifege ligers will play a
game of basketball tomorrow after
noon at 3 oVock at Augustana college
Robert Ciine, of Chicago, general
foreman for the Central Union Tele.
phone com panv, is in the city to look
over the reconstruction work in Rock
Island and Moline.
Qtroocbr'a nmkACTin it-Ill fr! r A in'
other of its delightful conceits at
Rock I -1 a 1 1 I Turner hall Sunday night.
Manager Pfaff will announce the pro
gram tomorrow evening.
Arthur Clavpool has resigned his
place in the Rock Island Stove works
and left today with his wife for Ful
ton, where he has a position similar
to the one he left here.
Hello, Tom! Who made those nob
by trousers for vou? Why. (lus Eng-
lin, of course. (lus Englin? When!
i his tailor shop? Whv, 1702 Third
avenue. Phone I VJ i.
Latest spring styles in Stetson and
J over hats. We show more nobby
hats than all the clothing hotiies com
bined can show vou. and all t Iits spr ng
1 900 styles. The London.
Dr. J..aii range s wule experience as
an instructor, as well as a practition
er in optics, enables him to correct
manv cases in which ordinary optic
ians fail. Consultation free at Bleuer's
I'omorrow night, at the Augustana
gymnasium, there will te a game of
basketball between the Rena live, com
posed of Augustana girls, and the
uanon club, consisting of girls of the
Rock Island High school.
Pnr. .John 1J. DeMotle hi I give one
f his three famous lectures, Python
"ggs and the American Boy.'
this evening, in the Y. M. C A
course. No one who has heard Prof.
DeMotto will miss this lecture. Re-
ferved seats 50 cents at the Y. M. (
Two suspicious looking characters
giving their names as ilham Forbes
ami Harry IWdntire were picket up
near the viaduct at 4 o'clock this
morning by Oilicer Morrison. They
were given three days ea'-h by Magis
trate Stafford, Mclnlire for vagrancy
and Forbes for carrying concealed
weapons, a revolver being found upon
The Rock Island lire department
will hold i t ss first annual ball at the
roller skating link this evening,
lite, proceeds of the danco are
to toward starting a sick ie-
lief fund for the benefit of the mem-
burs of the department. Bleuer's
b ind will furnish music. Supper will
be served by the lailies of Sacred
lb-art church in the (lining room of
I timer hall.
The democratic ward caucuses will
bo held tomorrow night at the places
designated in the city-township com
mittee's call, appearing lsewhere in
Thk Aimh's. All democrats should
make it a point to attend and take
part in the primaries, at which will
be nominated the aldcrmanic candi
date and delegates selected -to th-:
city-township convention to be held
at Turner hall next Tuesday evening.
T f tfP
Special for Satarriitjr.
At 9 o'clock we will sell galvanized
iron water paiN at 1 1 cents apiece.
Painted frlop pails, with cover, 19!
At 3 o'clock one lot of photo frame-
si.e 10 inches, with glass, 15 cents
apiece, worth double.
At Eckiia i:t's,
319-321 Twentieth street.
This Shoe Opportunity
Won't Last Always
As we will move in about ten days to our new location,
(721 Second Avenue, next door to Young d McCombs.
We are selling shoes cheap.
DON'T MISS IT.
1705 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, III.
Commencing Thursday morning at 9 o'clock
and continuing till stock is reduced, you can
get the following bargains:
ft STIFF HATS flfk
COING AT 4JJJKJ
$3.50 STIFF HATS ry gZf
COING AT jtZfxJVJ
$S STIFF HATS O O Z
U DING AT .
2 N ECKTIES 1 CiCi
GOING AT 1 W
1.5o NECKTIES mTSZr'
GOING AT M JLs
fl NECKTIES """
GOING AT . kJkJLs
75c NECKTIES EZClr
GOING AT JJK
STEWART, THE HATTER.
Good Things to Eat
CAN ALWAYS BE Kill Nf
AT OCR STOKE.
Read list below and sec what
we have for this week:
Head IvCtluce, Teaf Lettuce,
Spinach. Oyster Plant,
1'reco onions. Parsley.
Sweet Potatoes, Cucumbers,
Mushrooms. New fleets.
Now Cimiti, l e-Turnips,
New l'otal "cs, h.ce 1'lanl.
Malaea r; rapes,
me ap Apples. Italian uh.
Norihern Spies. Jttldwlns,
t tressed i.ieese.
!: Second Ave.
Wheel re-en amelcd,
re nickeled and put in
proper order for this
year's use, at Hynes.
All work guaranteed.
Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
S03 W. Third St., Davenport.
What's Your Fe Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but, never, if
von have a sallow eomplexion, a
jancdieed look, moth patches and
blotches on the skin all sirrn9 of
liver trouble. Hut Dr. King's New
Lib- Til's -;ive clear skin, ro-iy cheeks.
rich complexion. Onlv 25c at Hart
& Ullemever's dru store.
Il III! 5 5 Hi 2 ( KOTHIHS jl
w- v-t Vinjubious Jl
eflfl?f KOT WADE t
I ph:ce J a OWOOl
A man named E. l'rtsson, of Fres-
sonville, K ts.. wrote a letter the oth
er day, sayinj; the opinion of every
body in his town who has used Foley's
Honey and Tar is, that it is the very
best medicine for la grippe, colds
coughs, etc. All druggists.
Vnmi I'l-ntT to tho f'oor Hon.
Grand llav.-n. Mi.h.. March !. In
tb sprinsr it is tl;f intention to remvt
Franeis Murray frtui his old quarters
iu the i-ity lu.ud to the t-ouuty in
tirmar.r at KastMi;i!iviHe. It wasn't
juany years li;nk tha: Francis Murray
whs on' of the most jirominent men
in county affairs. H has l-on a
deputy slierilT fur years and at one
time was the- Democratic nominee for
heri!T and made a creditable run for
One DorumrnTl'h'! Pays XoTh.'
Washinston. March 0. The com
missioner of internal revenue has de
cided that the check or receipt piveu
for a bicycle trausiKirted on a passen
cer train alon? with the owner Is not
subject to war, revenue tax.
Tomorrow, customers who ask for
them rnaj' buy:
Pokers, niekeled, coil spring han
dles, 3 cents each.
Crown safety paring knives, worth
J cents, o cents eacn.
If you want either, ask for them.
Honne Furnlnhlnc Department.
I'earl agate cooking utensils.
The demand for this, the best pos
sible grade of enameled kitchen ware,
is steadily growing.
Mottled blue outside, porcelain
white inside, shape and finish just
such as critical housekeepers want.
It furnishes at once a decoration for
the kitchen, and the best way of mak
ing kitchen work convenient.
Tea and coffee pots.
Fry pans, etc., etc.
JL. S. McCABE CO.
That are Worth Going After.
l:or Overcoats Worlh
For Overcoats Worth
$16 to $18.
' '-r 4 - A l V r
For Overcoats Worth
Vi)r Overcoats Worlh
$20 to $25.
"?: Vf, 'Via t "
svs.- vfrtrt J "" ;
j'S-J Uok LrJj
' ' ' J?- -' ' ' -w
l:or Overcoats Wonh
For Overcoats Worth
$11 to $12.50
For 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