Newspaper Page Text
T6E Alf Q CHS, SATUBDAY, MARCH 10, J 900.
ACTS GENTLY ON THE
ri EAN5ES THE 5YSTEM
OVERCOMES Prrf & '
! RRNIA fTG ,SYRVP(2.
rot vtuBfftu Hvwi roxx kx ruesrnL.
Fjstate of Jobn Mulqueen. deceased.
Tbe aoderelrned baviiur oeen appointed ex
vculrix of tbe laKt will and tela:uent of Jobn
Muliueen. I lie of tbe county of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, deceancd. hereby gives
nonce mat hue will appear berore tbe county
court of Hock Island county, at tbe county
court room. In tbe cliv of Rock Inl
and, at the May term, on tbe find Mon
day in Mv next, at which time all per
son havlnir cluim against Slid rotate are
notified and requested to atter.d. for tbe pur
pone of having tbe name adjusted.
All persons Indebted to avid estate are re
quented to mane Immediate payment to tbf
Dated tola aah day of rVIr lary. A. D Hon.
Kiti Hhiss. Kxc'Miirtx.
Km ate of Kliza M. Brooks, deceased.
Tbe undersnrned barirjr oeen appointed ad
mmiHi rtnr of tbe extate of :iiz M Ur'kH.
ltc of tbe county of Rock Island. Kt ate of Illi
nois, deceased. Hereby give notice that he
will appear before tbe county court of Rock
Inland county, at tbe county court room, m tbe
city of Rock Island, at tbe May term, on
the Unit Monday in Mav next, at which
time all pentom bavins claims apainst Raid
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
Ue purpose of bavin.' trie same adjusted
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make in.mediat payment to tbe
Dated tbn'-'nh day of Fcvniarv. A. D
Wii.i.iam Ui..'K.-.. AdTistrator
Kfctate of William Stewart, deceased.
Tbe undersigned bavin been appointed
executrix if the last will and testa
ment of Williu'n Stewart. late or tbe
county of Hock lsiiind. mate of Illinois,
deceased, hereby Rives notice tbatsbe will
appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at the couaty o urt room, in
tbe city of Roek Island, at tbe Ma..- term,
on tbe first Monday In ftlav next, at whicb
tirte all persons having claims against (aid
estate are nt;irjctl and- requested to at
tend, for tbe jTrrpose of having tfce same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated lh' 1st day of March A. D K
Kk m rs J. frtwBT. Kxetsutrls:.
Ftate of Ailicrtina M Detjens. deceased
Tbe undersigned, bartr-c Deeu appointed exe
cutor of the 1m will and testament of Aiber
tina M Heljens. late of tbe county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, bereby rives
notme that be will appear before tbe cout.ty
court of Rock Islar.d county, ut the count v
court room. In tbe city of Rock Island, at the
Mav term, on the first Monday In Mit next
at which time all person having claims
against said estate are notllled and tequested
to attend for tbe purpose of having tbe same
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe undersigned-Dated
this &tb day of March. A. D. H'O
C H. Mashai.i. Executor.
Hstate of (iilpin Moore, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutrixes of tbe lout will and testament of litl
I'tn Moore, late of the county of Rock Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
rives notice that they will appar before
the county court of Rock Island county, at
tbe county court room, in the city of Rock 11
ttnd. at the May term on the first Monday
la May next, at which tne all persons
having claims agair.t said estate are noticed
and requested to attend, for the purpose of
having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
this 9tb day of March. A. IX 1800.
Aln L. Mabti.
Jk.smi U. Mix 'BE.
Ktate of Edward Haves. decesseiL
be undersigned hanag been aPMinted ex
ecutor of the I a I will and teatament of rd
ward Haves lte of tbe county of nock Inland.
ate of Illinois, deceased, bereby gUes notie
that hs will appear befcte tbe county court of
Koek Island county, at tbe county court room.
In the city of R-M.-X I -.land at tbe May letrn. ng
the tir.t jrfonday In May next, at which timesll
persons baving laims against sa d estate are
noli:. el and requesUd 10 attend f or tbe pur
rs se of having tbe une adjusted
All IxTsoua indebted to said estate are re.
quoted to make immediate pajment to tbe
Dated this Pth day of March. A. P.. tSMO.
. V iiuav J a' k.sN. Kiecutor.
Sale of Real Estate.
t Py Tlrtuc of an order and decree of the
county court of Ko.-j Island county. I.l-no's.
mit on the petition of ibe unders gned. Jobn
J Humlev. aomiaUtrator of tbe estate of
Jme Kidgiocton. deceased, for leave to sell
the real estate of said deceased, at the March
term A. D. ISsO. of said court, uvwlt: On
the s.b day of March. It 1 t-ba:i on the
id day of Ami rex. at the hour of codoek
In tbe aftenHnof said da. sell at pu Ml 5 sale
at the fr n-. door of John J. Huntley a store ia
Anoalusia in said county, tbe real estate de
acnOeel a follows. io-rit:
txt four in bock ibrty-bvs 3S lathe
vi lge of Ahdalus'a In liork Island cwunty. II I
notv on the following terms, to-am: t'atb upon
delivery of deed
Dated this Itoh day of March, a. r ir
J.'HS J IIOKTLsr.
Administrator of the t stale of James dc-
Ausih li..AA?tTS. Attorney.
PULPIT AND PEW
ffft.s- "C PARKER'S
M i HAIR BALSAM
: . -- t JO. and Wlctiln U s:.
lw L s f t rwoiuwTirTnb.
I 'jt. IFl,"r 'i' 1 tiSJii Q fay
l-Jii. 'T" 1 W'lTiO I'f Vpitfui Coif.
TT--"T y IJihj lMrflrv s ?t
There will be services in the vari-
aas churches tomorrow as follows:
Trinity Episcopal, corner of Sixth avenue
and Nineteenth street, lie v. K. r. sweet & J
D., rector. Sundi; nctauul at K:I5 a. m. Matins
and ctlebration at W.s a- in- Ki n aong at
::) p. m.
Tnnity Episcopal, corner of Fourth avenue
and Seventh street. Rev. R. P. Sweet. S. T. D .
rector. Sunday school at 2:30. ven son- at
at. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner of
Second avenue and Fourteenth street. Rev.
Thomas Maca-n. dean and pastor. Hun at s a.
m. and 10i30 a. m. Vespers at 1 p. m. Sunday
aehool at 2 p. m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic. Twenty
tgb lb street and F.ftb avenue. Uev. J. F. ick
ney. pastor. Mass at b and 10:30 a- m. Sunday
school tUp-m. Vespers at 7:J0 p. m.
St. Mary s German Catoo iy, comer of Fourth
avenue and Twenty-secona street. Rer. F- J.
PoetUia. pastor. Maw at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
Vitpenitlp.nl. Sunday school at 2 30 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner of Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A. Mennicke
paitor. Services at 10 a. m. aad 7:33 p m.
Grace Englisn Lutheran, corner of orty
feurth street and Seventh avenue. Services
at 10:4 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Swedish Lutheran, corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue. Kev Carl K. Slatt,
pastor. Services at 10 a. m and 7:30 p. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran. 45cA Seventh ave
nue. Bet. J. ; Dablbsre. pastor. Services at
10:45 a. m. and 7.3u p. m. Sunday school at 6:30
German Evangelical. Ninth street betwe n
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev. F. Trefzer. pas
tor. Services at 10:30 a m. Sunday scnool
at 6 a. m.
First Baptist, corner of Third avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. George it. Simons, pas
tor. Services at to.Vi a m. and 7:. p. m.
Mirni-.g subject. --The Eldest Son's Port'on."
Tbeioung people will have charge Of the
evening service, at which W.Uis Hrown. o'
Chicago, will -peak. Sunday school at 9 0 a.
rn. . S J. Wouoik. superintendent. B. Y. P.
U. at 6:0 p m. Junior Union at 2.30 p. m.
Free Swedish mission, corner of JCieventh
street and Fifth avenue Sunday school at 3
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
emtotiel Bapiist MLsston, roriy tourtn
treei. Sunday school at I p. m. U. 11.
Second Baptist. Tenth street and Sixth ave
nue. Rev. H n. Wilson, pastor. Services at II
m. and 7:8n p. m. Sunday scnool from lz
to I p m. Revival meet'nvs al' nex. week.
Swedish Baptist, cornerof Tumiit -orst street
and Fifth avenue. Preaching at 10:15 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. K. Rosmark.
First Mesboduit. corner oi nitn avenue ana
Nineteenth street. Rev. C. O. MoCulloch.
pastor. Services at 10:i. m. and f;30o m.
Morning subject. "The Christian's D' bt to t e
World: evening, -searching toe itouse or
tbe Soul ' Sunday school at 9:3th. m. Junior
League at 2:30 p. nx Kp worth League l b;'J
German Metuocust. corner oi sixtn avenue
and Fourteenth street. Rev. F. L. Litzrodt
pastor. Services at 10:1ft a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
SuEday school at 9:1ft a. m.. J. J . Helg, super
intendent. Epwortb League at 7. Junior
League at 2 p. m.
African Methodist, f ourteenth street ana
Fourth avenue. Rev. C. H Thomas, pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
s hill at 12:30 p. m.
uroadway Presbyterian, corner oi rweniy-
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. S.
Marquis, pastor. Services at 10:15 a. m. and
7:3up. m. Sunday school atv:i.- a. m. xoung
people's meeting at 6:4ft p. m
C antral Presoytenan. Second avenue, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev.
Ira W.Allen, Jr.. pastor. Services at 10:45 a.
m. and 7:30 p m. Sunday school at fe:15 a. m.
Voung people's meeting at h:: p. m.
United Presbyterian. I niru avenue ana r our-
teentb street. Rev. D. L. McNary. pator.
Services at n:45 . m. aui 7:: p. m. Sun
day school at M:M a. m. V. P. C. L. at 7 p. m.
A men ttreet imapei, rresoyienao. ouuin
Rock Island. Rev. L W. Allen. Jr.. pastor: Sun
day school at 3 p. m. Christian Kndeavor
meeting at 4 p. m. services every xneaaay at
7:3U p. m,
SouthPark Chapel. Presbyterian, Elm street
and Fifteenth avenue. Rev. W. S. Marquis,
pastor; Sunday school atz.30p. m.
Memorial unrisiian. act. i - rv. urnn. pv
tor. Services hi 10:45 a m. and i-vj o. ro.
Morning subject. -Ado ning the loctnne:'
evening. "A A bole Ouspei. sjoujy wuooi
at w:lft a. m V. 1. S. U. 1-1 at :30 p. m
Twenlv-nlntb Street Sunday School. Chris
tian. Seventh avenue and Twenty ninth street.
Rev. T. W. uratton. pastor, aunaay scnooi at
2.30 p. rn. Cbarlci S. anclln, superintendent;
Miss e.tta Tanner, secretary, x-rayer meeting
Wednestay evening at :4s.
isalvation Army narracas, aecoon ave-
enue. services as xoiiows: tnee anil at a.
m.. holiness meeting at 10:30 a. m., cbruitlans'
meeting at. I p. m., salvation meeiicg at 7:30
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Twenty-
third street between Seventh and Ninth
avenues. Services at iv:4. a. m tea :.vip m.
ubject for both morning and evetitig.
Matter." Sumly school lollows tbe morn-
ng aervlce. Wednesday evening meet
ng at 7:MU Reading rooms open every af
ternoon, except stundsy, from z to 4.
Y. M. C. A. building, cornerof Third avenue
and Nineteenth street. Services at 3:3U p. m
A Fiendish Attack.
An Attack was lately made on C.
F. Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that
nearly proved fatal. It came
through bis kidneys. His back got
bo lame be onM ii'H stoop withoat
threat jaiu. nor sit in a chair exi-ept
propped by cushions. o remedy
helpctl. hiiu until he tried Electric
Bitters which effected such a wonder
ful chanjre that he writes he feel like
new man. This marvelous medi
cine cares backacne ana Kiuney
tiouMe, purilics the Mood and builds
up your health. Onlv 50c at Hartz
& L'llcineycr's dru"; store.
Yes. Ausrust Flower still has the
largest sale of anv medicine in the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grand mothers never thought of using
anything else for 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 tbe system and stop
fermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate tbe action of tbe liver, stimulate
tbe nervous and organic action of tbe
system, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches, lou only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower,
in liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Sample bottles free at T. II.
BOAT FOR THE RESERVES
Bill latroslstced la CMfrtu tor Costtnt
tloat of a Training Ship.
If the bill that Col. Marsh has intro
duced in congress ia passed Rock Isl
and people will have the opportunity
of stein? a Pennine gunboat. The bill
authorizes the president to have con
structed by contract, a gunboat of the
modified type of the Helena, of about
1.500 tons displacement, to be used as a
hrsUclass irainin? ship ov tne naval
militia of stales bordering on the Mis
sissiDDi river. The Helena was built
especiallr for use in the Chinese wa
ters. and so constructed as to enter
the rivers of the far east countries
necessarv. The Helena is a fierce
lookinsr "craft and carries so raanv
righting lops that she has the appear
a rice oi being top-neavy. ine snip
proposed bv Col. Marsh will cost f ioQ,
000 exclusive of armament, and will
be a vessel of the highest practicable
speed for a ship of that class.
FOOD THAT MAKES BRAINS.
Bow? and JWhy?
Scientific research discovers that
the forces that make intelligent selec
tion from food to build different parts
of the bodv, when ready to build and
rebaild the brain, sieze upon the deli
cate particles of phosphate of potash
which is furnished in certain portions
of tbe wheat and barley kernels, and
setting this element into active vibra
tion uses it to amalgamate with albu
This new combination is carried bv
tbe blood to all parts of the body and
is absorbed by the nerve centers and
brain, to rebuild fie delicate cells of
which the brain is made, and which
must be renewed everv dav as the
brnn is used.-
Use of the brain bums up and de
strovs small portions of it, which
must be rebuilt or "brain fag" re
That'i the storv and that is why
Grape-Nuts food is made and made of
the selected pirts oi wheat and oar-
ley that furnish phosphate of potash.
DOES BUILD THE BRAIN'.
Grape-Nuts can bo had of any rirst-
clas grocer. Made at the puns food
f actor. cs of the I o-turn Cereal com
pany. Limited, Battle Creek, Mich.
Tha following have been drawn for
service as petit jurors in the circuit
court, to report March l'J: L. Peter
son. Black Hawk; John Derrick,
Bowling: William McCormick. Louis
Kleit. Urury; Joseph Dunlap David
A. Robinson. Eldridge CI irk, Kdging-
ton; William Golden. II wup'.on; The
odore Anderson, K. Ij. hast man, J
M. Walter. D. F. Clifford. NjIsHiII-
berg, William Gripp, Thomas Thom
seD, August Coene, Walter Iewis,
Axel Johnson, Molinc; Ben Hnatley.
Charles Kugel. Joseph Walter, W. C.
Horst, James Fav. W. H. Bteuer, M.
C. Frick. Fred "Volk, G. I. Nissen,
Bock Island: R. .. Bollman. V. M.
Wilson, W. F. Coyne, James llanna.
Rural; .1. C. Farrell. Ed Simmons.
David Setzer, South Kock Island;
Henry Clausen, Frank Blombcrg,
The rural drama, Si Perkins," is
to be the attraction at Hirper's thea
tre tonight and tomorrow night. A
matinee was given this afurnoon.
Tbe production is said to be up to the
standard of its class.
A large audience enjoyed the lec
ture last night at Harper's theatre of
Prof. John B. De Motte on "Python
Eggs and tte American Boy It
was one of the series of popular en
tertainments provided by the Y. M.
C. A. The lecture was illustrated to
add force to the instructive points
brought out showing growth of habit
upon tbe young and tbe means that
should be adopted b- the careful pir
cnL to guard against them.
rheln's "4-C" Cough, Cold and
Croup cure is guaranteed. It cures
chronic cases. It is out of the old
rut. For asthma and all other lung
troubles take "4-C" Tbe Harper
A Little Knows) (set.
That the majority of serious dis
eases originated in disorder of the
kidneys. Foley's Kidney cure is guar
anUet. Try it t'jday if you 're no
feeling well. All druggists
Accidents come with distressing
rejuency ou the larru. iui. uruines.
tip;;, sprains. Dr. j nomas hx-iectrio
Oil relieves tbe pain instantly. Never
safe without it. for sale bv Mar-
hall & Fisher, druggists.
o -fik. 0 t o aec x a .
Basra U 9 ls vz Id HW MWyt BCgS
Hanker Coats a Robber.
S. R. Garrison, cashier of tbe bank
of Thornville, Ohio, bad been robbed
of health by a serious luncr trouble
until he, tried Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption. Then he
wrote: "it is toe be6l medicine 1 ever
ujod for a severe cold or a bad case
oi luii :r trouDie. i aiwavs keep a
bottle on hand." Don't buffer with
coughs, colds, or any throat, chest or
lung trouble when you can be cured
so easily. Onlv oOc and $1. Trial
bottles free al'llartz & Ullemever's
RhnnstliB Cared Ut a Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once tbe cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold bf Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second
avenue. Rock Island; Gustavo Schle-
f el 6 Sou,' 220 West Second street,
Too many people lose valuable time
in experimenting with coughs and
cold cures. They should take Foley's
Honey and Tar before it is too late.
In all Its :s;?s there
should be clauiuie:t.
Ely' Cream Bslri
clea&Me. toother snd brals
the diseased memUroze.
It ceres catarrh enu drives
sway a Ctui ia lie bead
Cream Calm is placed into the nostrils, spreads
over tbe Baembraue and is absorbed. Belief is im
ssediaie and a cure follows. It is cot dryius does
bk produce soevzins. Large Fiza, S9 cents at Draj
gfsts or Ky : Trial Size, 19 carts by mxIL
. LT SEOTHXKS, M Warrro Buatt, Kew Tar.
Priestley's Black Dress Goods.
gt WHY WE CARRY THE PRIESTLEY BLACK DRESS GOODS.
45-inch black silk finish ben-
rietta and imported French
sercre. former price oc
for this sale, per yard
44-icch black cheviot,
mer price 69c, for
45-inch black figured pop
lins and satin soliels, for
mer price f 1, for this sale,
There are no other black dress goods made which give such
perfect satisfaction as Priestley's.
Our black dress goods department was never better stocked.
The variety is good and large. The name Priestley is on the eal
vagn of the goods and we feel ycu will not only find black dress
goods buying here profitable but also a pleasure.
The following are a few of the popular weaves to be found
in this department:
Figured Poplin, Crepons, Nun's Veiling, Henrietta, Mel
rose, Drap d' Alma, Camel's Hair, Cheviot,
Venetian, Broadcloth, Serge,
Brilliantine, etc. '
2-yard wide silver bleach
ed table linen, good val
ue at 45c, special, per
yard . .
16-inch linen toweling,
cheap at be. special, per
I yard ." 4C
Bleached and unbleached
wash rag, special, each 2C
One lot of extra tine da
mask towels, knotted
fringe in assorted col
ored border, special for
this sale, each 5c
54-inch black cheviot fthoroUchlv lN
sponged and sprung), reversible,
alike on both sides, and a very j
economical cloth on account of the
extreme width. 5 vards ti
. i. j - - .
uisMi a urets. lormer price
f 1.25 per yard, for
this sale, per
42-inch black novelty stripe crepons.
These arc among" the handsomest
and richest styles shown
son, made of silky lus
$2.25. per yard...... V ,
ic ui siihy itis- (j
lohair, unsur- J f-T f" tj
for high-class 1 Kj
SECOND AVENUE, ROCK ISLAND.
This Great Store Is Bountifully Stocked
We show for this spring to the buyers of the three cities Davenport.
Rock Island, Moline and vicinity a magnificent and greater line thau we
have ever before presented. A gathering of merchandise that is without a
doubt second to none in the Mississippi valley. In all the departments of
Ibis great establishment we have marked very low prices. A careful per
usal of the prices below will convince you that they are money-savers on to
day's market. We are always pleased to show yoj our goods and are glad
to "compare prices at any time. Everything we sell is fully guaranteed.
One lot of extra laig. Turk
ish bath towels, bleach
ed and unbleached,
worth 25c. special each ggc
51-inch bleached Lock
wood muslin, slightly
soiled, worth 2;?e. spe
cial, per yard 12Q
Yard wide unbleached
shooting, nice lino cot
ton, special per yard . Qc
Special showing of new white
goods and wash goods. Make
your selection now and have
benefit of first choice.
Housecleaning time will soon be
here. Tbe furnishings of the home
will be rearranged, the old replaced
by the new, so that everything will be
K neat and fresh for spring. No doubt
you will want something new in dra
& nerie8. We would be pleased to have
. von inspect our line of these goods.
Note a few of our many bargains.
Nottingham curtain neat pat-
tu-n full lonrrl h 4. inrhna
j wide, per pair
l& A better grade, 50-lnch, full
LV length, artistic pattern,
5 white and ecru, per pair.
Fv'a Al.inrli rnrtflin 3.! Vftrilj Inn
special, per pair 2.2.5
0 We bae these in all grades and
prices. Also a few broken lots which
ie we areeloVirrg out at bargains,
fij Silkolincs Wc have these in the
latest designs. The dantiest and neat
5 est line we have ever had. Don't fail
10 see inrni.
Sateen-Denim These goods will be
sure to please vou. Our line is
very complete in these good
Our Ladies' Sample Suit Sale.
Our ladies' great sample suit sale still continues and will contin
ue all this week. Remember ou can buy a suit for one-third less
than the regular retail price. All the latest and most stvlish cos
Great Values in Ladies' Skirts.
Black figured mahair skirts, well lined and made, all sizes
and large assortment, a snap
We also have a large and complete assortment cf cheviot, mo
Jiair. serge and homespun suits in all the late shades of grays, blues,
castors anil browns at greatly reduced prices.
Children's Cloaks and Jackets.
4-foot oak finished pole,
White enamel, uickel
trimmed, each ISC
Brass extension rods for lace
curtains, each 15C
We have just received a full line of
the celebrated Sidney Holloware com-
vV pany s stove nonoware aireci ironi
on sale for one week at the following
jj low prices:
No. 7 skillets, extra heavy and
nneiy ponsneu. uc, worm ooc.
No. skillets, extra heavy and finely
nolished. 27c. worth 50c.
l No. 9 skillets, extra heavy and finely
ponsneu, ooc. woriu oiic.
No. 8 griddles, extra heavy and fine
ly polished, 19c, worth 35c.
No. 9 griddles, extra heavy and
finely polished. 28c. worth 4c.
No. 12 griddles, extra heavy
nickel-plated. 65c, worth 75c.
No. 14 griddles, extra heavy
nickel-plated. 78c, worth 91.
No. 16 griddles, extra heavy
nickel-plated. 98c. worth $1.25.
No. 7 kettles, flat bottom and finely
j3 polished, 55c, worth 75c.
22 No. 8 kettles, flat bottom and 3aely
polished. 65c, worth 85c.
-w?-. . ... .... . . , r-
iSo. V Kettles, nat ooiiora. ana nne
Iv polished. 75c. worth 9.c
No. 7 kettles, round bottom
finely polished, 55c, worth 75c.
No. 8 kettles, round bottom
finely polished, 65c, worth 85c.
No. 9 kettles, round bottom
finely polished, 75c, worth 95c.
Large size waffle iron A9c.
Extra size wsffle iron 69c.
7$ our east window.
Our New Spring Line of
One lot of red color only, child's cloaks, made of the best
wool eiderdown and neatly trimmed with black angora,
we wish to close them out, so they arc yours at
A few child's jackets, ages 4 to 11, worth up to $ 5, to clean
We are daily receiving new Hues of the latest novelties and we
invite your inspection of our new goods, for we know they will please
you and our prices are right.
We have a Urge assortment of all the latest things in pulley
belt rings und buckles, hat pins, brooches, cuff buttons and stick
pins, beside our regular line of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware,
In Which You WUl Always Find Oar Stock Complete and Trices Low.
Spsclal Sale of Toilet Sets.
We must make room for our largo
spring orders. This week wo make
a cut in all lines of high grado toilet
sets. Now is the time to lay in your
supply for the spring house cleaning.
A neatly decorated toilet set finished
in brown tloral work, worth
A neatly decorated toilet sot. finished
in a neat pattern, complete with
larjrc iitr, would be cheap at
$4.50, but while they last 3.98
A large 12 piece toilet set. roll edge
.l (;n... I ;.. i.,...u
on i .in, ', ii, imiici un, n u i i. ii isY.
$6.98, for this sale only 5.50 f3.
1 lot toilet sets, all high grade, in full KfJ
tints and gold finish. These sets tj
were made to sell for $8. 75.-but 53
to sell them out quick, only. 'Ck9 jj5j3
Uou't Miss This: 1
Large fancy pitchers, each 45c
Large fancy basins 45cf
Large fancy chambers, each .... 45c hP
Large fancy slop jars, each . . 89c ' tl
Just received a new line
of those popular ebpny
and sterling silver
tooth and nail brushes,
worth 50c. This week
they go at 25C
A new lot of those ster
ling silver thimbles just
received. A well made,
tinely finished thimble
worth 25c, this week,
Those tattoo alarm clocks
are going lively at
1 1.25 so we have con
cluded to continue- the
sale another week.
Usual price $2, our
Fancy link buttons, 6 dif
ferent designs, worth
50c. only 25c
Fancy chain, girdle and
purse, worth $1-25
Friendship hearts, just
receivfd a large quan
tity direct from the
I factory at a great re
duction and we are go
ing to close them out
at 10c each, engraving
Clock and .Jewelry Repairing; and FocravlotT Promptly Done.
I' rices the Lowest. Alt Work Unaraotead.
Our stock of spring goods is coming In rapidly
iety than we ever had, and start selling It from 3c per
Look at oar 18c goods and you will find that it is sold
It is a larger tar-
roll and up.
for 30c else.
New Spring Line cf Wall Paper, Room Moulding and
Picture Frames Just Received.
Blankets and Comforters.
Now is the time to buy your blankets and Comforters. sWe are
selliDg these oat at greatly reduced prices.
Sales in this department during
last week's great sale far exceeded tbe
average, and elated wit h the success
we have had we are rijrht here attain
with some more snaps for the public.
Read,-just a hint. '
On table, more added the great 59u
shirt tale still continues worth
to $1.50, all on the table,
Boys' shirts 12
colors, I'ach . . .
to llj. all
Men's suspenders, worth
this sale, per pair
Men's medium weight blue and
brown mixed socks, per pair 5c
Boys' wool mittens, sale price. Qq
Men's all wool shirts and
drawers, sold for $1, to cose
each . . 59c
Blue fleeced lined shirts and drawers,
shirts nicely finished with sat
front ami pearl tjuiions, tins gar
ment is always 75c, all sizes
Ladles' and Children's
10 dozen children's fleeced lined
vests, all sixes, on table,
Ladies' flreced union suits.
made with plated seams 1
and pearl buttons, nicely fin- !
ishetl, to close J9C I
See Our New Spring Line' of
YOUNG & McCOMBS,
Big TJepartixient Store.
Second Avenue, Rock Island.