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THE AEGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH lO, 1900.
Tht Waather W May Harm.
Oeaerally fair tonight ana Sunday;
J. M. Shericr. ObKrrer.
Temperature At 6 a.
p. m.. 4
m., 30: at 1:30 !
Bicycles at Hynes'.
Horn's fits are perfect.
Dora's patterns are latest.
Dora's workmanship is best.
Dora's prices are fair.
Dora is the leading tailor.
Item's spring styles on display.
Golf goods at Spencer's,
But a borne of Hull & Co.
Bay a home of Beidy Bros,
'jutis at 1709 Second avenue.
T:r insurance E. J. Barns.
For real estate, E. J. Burns
Democratic primaries tonight.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Indies, nee the swell line of suit
and skirt patterns at Kipp's.
Dr. O. E. McFadon. osteopath, 124
est Third street, Davenport.
Democrats should not forget to at
tend their ward caucuses tonight.
Stearns and Patee Crest bicycles at
Spencer's new store, 1709 Second ave
Dancing school tonijrht at the In
dustrial home. Music by Ogden's or
Cable coal can be bought of Charles
Hangsen, Twentieth street, rear of
Be with the rowd and attend St.
Patrick's ball, Industrial hall. Friday,
Sometbiugof interest to every lady.
Please look over our ad, page iive.
Always an enjoyable affair is St.
Patrick' bill. Industrial hall, Friday,
Anyone wishing to sell all or part
interest in their business, read the
Merchants1 dinner at Harms' res
taurant, fjuick service. Private sup
pers a specialty.
Window shades with spring rol
lers. le -than manufacturer'! price,
at 7 cents at II. F. Cordes'.
All the latest novelties in spring
suiting will lc found at tus Engiin's,
1702 Third avenue. Phone 1198.
You will get nothing but lirst -class
work at (Jus Engliii's p.initoriuui,
17 Third avenue. Phone U98.
Artistic ladies' tailoring done at
TrefTer company's, 2U7-209 West Sec
ond street, Davenport. Telephone
Lad es, visit Dorn'd lady tailoring
depart mcnt, as all the latest styles
are now in. Over I si 2 Second ave
niif. Dancing school tonight at the Indus
trial home. Music bv Ogdcn's orches.
The only stork of roller skates in
the three cities, full ball bearing lever
fkates, full nick'eled, only f3. at Spen
cer's. Your friends will all be at St. Pat
rick's l.all. Industrial hall. Friday
evening. March lt. (io and meet
I. adits" suits made to vour own
measure fl-" and up, skirts f7andup,
at A. Kipp's, the tailor. 1928 Fourth
We promise to astonish you with
the beauty of the Hock Iland new
spring stvle,s!ioe at $2 5'. Opposite
I'nexcclled workmanship ami style
in yoiirfnit made by TrefTer com pan v.
207-2C9 West Second street. Telephone
The democrats of South Hock Isl
and township meet one week fiom
tonight to nominate candidates for
Ladies' tailor-made fruits made by
experience! workmen Jwt TrefTer com
pany's. 207-209 West Second street,
Davenport. Telephone 72.
Special tonight. Miss Vroonian's
ranitary sink strainers 10 cents apiece,
and li'juid polish black and tan b
cents a bottle at Eckhart's.
Don't fail to have one of TrefTer
company's high-class tailor-made
suits. 207-209 West Second street,
Davenport. Telephone 762.
The Associated Charities will hold
its regular monthly meeting next
Monday evening at 7:30 in the socie
ty's rooms in Masonic temple.
Exclusive importations of ladies'
costumes and coating cloths at TrefTer
company's. 207-209 West Second
street. Davenport. Telephone 762.
Order your suits at Trcffer com
pany's, ss they have the latest gocds
and" correct "rtylcs 2"7-209 West
S"ctud street. Davenport. Telephone
High class ladies' tailor made suits
made by experienced workmen at
TretTer "company's. 27-2oy West
Second street, Davenport. Telephone
Don't fail to call and see the latest
novelties for ladies' tailor-made suits
oderateV n v I
at Treffer company's, 207-209 West
Second street. Telephone 7S2, Daven
A list of criminal cases has been
arranged for trial in the countv coort
next week. R. W. Olmsted will rep
resent State's Attorney Searle as pros-
Chicago is elated over haying se
cured the services of Bert Cunning
ham, the old MoTine boy, for years
the star twirler of tke Louisville base
Ladies can assure themselves of
correct stvles and perfect fitting gar
ments at TrefTer company's. 207-209
West second street, Davenport. Tele
Spring is here. Be in style, ladies,
by wearing a tailor-made garment
this year. See Dora's line on displav
over 112 Second avenue, lady tailor
Hello, Tom! Who made those nob
by trousers for you? Why. Gas Eng-
lin. of course. Gus Enchn? where
ij his tailor shop? Wbv. 1702 Third
avenue. 1'none nao.
Ladies who are interested in tailor
made suits can find what they want
at Treffer company's, exclusive ladies
tailors. 207-209 West Second street,
Telephone 762. Davenport.
Fine suitinzs for fastidious fellows
may be seen in bright array at Dora's
I be choicest of the season s patterns
are on display tnere ana your seiec
tion should be made at once.
Ladies who are in need of tailoi-
made suits call at TrefTer company
exclusive ladies' tailors, as thev are
sure to please too - 207-209 West Sec
ond street. Telephone 762, Daven
TrefTer company have added to their
well known establishment a Vienna
ladies' tailor and model maker, backed
bv the bet city references; 207-209
West Second street. Telephone 762,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cj'hc wish to
thank the neighbors and friends and
also Fay Hayes camp 21 for the kind
ness bestowed in then late bereave
ment, and also for the many hand
some floral designs.
Come early and get vour carpets
and furniture. Those prices will pre
vail only this month, as they cannot
be produced at that price. I hate to
make room for four car loads that I
have coining. H. FjCordes.
Money loaned on personal property
such as household furniture, horses,
wagons, etc., without publicity tr
removal. Eastman & Co., 17124
Second avenue. 02ice open Monday
Wednesday and Saturday nights.
Ladies who are in need of tailor-
tnade suits, jackets, skirts, opera
cape, recepuon gowns, riding l rin
cess suits, etc.. can find what thev
want at TretTer company's. 207-209
Wet Second street, Davenport. Tele
The program at the Industrial fair
last night was a good one and well
carried out. 1 omght there will iean
entertainment bv the Down Town
Athletic club, including sparring and
other events under the luanageuien
of 11. Holdorf.
Kov Iiowninjr. who was arrested on
eoaiplaint of Mrs. (. II. German
for the theft of a small sum of money,
was placed under fl00 londs by Jus
tire Schroeder and sent to jail in de
fault. Ills case will be heard next
The reported candidacy of Edward
Bane rsfcld for the democratic alder
manic nomination in the Third ward
has lccome a reality, and what is
more, with Mr. Bauersfcld's consent,
and it is likely he will make a good
showing at the caucus tonight.
James Courtney Gipe has returned
from thePontiac reformatory, having
completed his term. James has been
much improved by the moral atmos
phere of the Pontiac institution, which
he praises highly, and says he will try
to be a better boy hereafter.
-A big snow slide came down from
Henry Dart's Sons' building and went
right through the second story win
dow of H. F. Cordes' furniture
bouse and damaged considerable iron
bads. They will be thrown on the
market at half price at H. F. Cordes'.
Spring in all her glory will soon be
here and you will want a -becoming
garb. At J. B. Zimmer & Co', you
will lind the most exquisite line of
spring and summer suitings. The
patterns are-exclusive, your tit will be
perfect and the workmanship of h'gh
Rev. J. L. Murphy, until May 1.
when his resignation as pastor of
Grace Lutheran church lakes effect,
will spend every other Sunday in
Muscatine, whero he is to be located
permanently after the conclusion of
his work here. Thilip Andreen, a
student of Augustana college, is as
sisting Hev. Murphy temporarily at
Grace church. Mr. Murphv Staies a
f KX church is to be erected in Mus
WE MOVE MONDAY, MARCH 12, to our new location,
1721 Secqnd Avenue, .next door west of Young & Mc
Combs. We will be ready for business by Tuesday
PRICE BROS. & C0.f Props.
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:
$1 STIFF HATS
$3.50 STIFF HATS
STEWART, THE HATTER.
Good Things to Eat
CAN ALWAYS BE FOIKD '
AT OCR STORE.
Read list below and see
re have for this week:
Head Lettuce, Iear Lettuce,
Spinach, Oyster Plant,
Green Onions, Parsley.
Sweet Potatoes, Cucumbers.
MUKbrooma- New Bocts.
New C"rrots, I ear Turnips,
Ne. ritttfes. kjtk .Plant.
Mai a tra Grapes,
WIdp Map A poles
Nor. hem Spies.
B lid wins.
Pre ne1 Chlnkena. Canned Oysters,
Drewd Oucks. Dressed (.Jeese,
Dressed Turkeys, Bulk Oysters,
1820 Second Aye.
'Merit is the Only Tiling
Any advertising not founded
upon merit is valueless.
When we set forth our claims
iu bold type, it is because we
seek your busines; and in
reaching out for your busi
ness, we make ourselves alive
to the 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 and we would
in vite you to call and seeour
line of novelties. Always
glad to show our goods. You
are as welcome to look as
Manufacturing Jewelry and Sci
TAKES PRIZE AT DOG SHOW
J S. Wibrf. Kali Tnri.r Among;
WlnD.n at Chicago Kibthttloo.
J. S. Wilbcrt's English bull terrier.
White Fete, was a winner at the Mas
coutah Kennel club bench f-how at
Chicago this week. Pete is but seven
months old. but took third prize in
80-pound limit dogs. Richard Crok
er's tl.-OO Fire Chief took first and
Edgewood Brant's f Q0 dog second.
In the ooen class were shown all the
prize winners in the United Stated
hut White Fete secured -V. II. C"
(vry highly commended), which is
given to but one dog. Woodeote
Wonder, valued at fo.OoO. took first.
Faultless second. Theo Marples, of
MancbcMer, England, who is the best
judge of dogs in the world, came over
purposely to judge for the Mascoutah
With the fast growing number cf
Welsbach gas burners has cjine a
greatly increased demand for every
thing that has to do with gas lighting
in the house. -
We have everything needed; these
bints of prices:
Gas lighter torches, with iron
(not tin ) key IOC
for same, jer
(Made under ticcae from tbe Weiaacb C)
for Welsbach lights
Saades. chimneys etc.. everything
for If as than others charge.
L. S. McCABE tf CO.
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Saturday, March 10
Saturday, Marclh II
We have inaugurated a sale of Mens Black and pure all
wool Worsted Suits; the following quotations give a mere
idea of the values we are offering:
For $10 Values.
For $15 Values.
For $11.50 Values. For $12.50 Values.
For $16 50 Values For $18 Values
INSPECT THE MAKE. TRhl AND FIT OF THESE SUITS.
Hat is Here.
Guvcr and Shoblc makes; styles tnvcr were handsomer.