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THE AKGTJS, THURSDAY, APRIL. 5, 1900
Tba Weather We May Ha.
Generally fair tonight and Friday:
J. M. Shiriib, Obserrer.
Temperature At 7 a m., 36; ai 3:30
p. m., 51.
Bicycles at Hynes'.
The Leader sboe store.
Golf goods at Spencer's,
Buy a borne of Hull St Co.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Sana at 1709 Second avenue.
Fir insurance E. J. Barns.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Ride the Eldredge, at Lloyd's.
Ride the Rambler, at Lloyd's.
Ride the Tribune, at Lloyd's.
Bicycles repaired at Lloyd's.
Ride Wolf American, at Lloyd's.
Wild docks at Harms' restaurant.
Smoke George R. Davis' 5c cigar.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
Wild ducks at Harms' restaurant.
Spanish lessons. Inquire at library.
List your property with Reidy Bros
Ride Columbia chainless, at Lloyd's
.Lells loaded to order at Spencer's
leaded shells, all sizes, at Spencer's
Easter hats at Stewart's, the hatter
The Svlvan Steel works has closed
Continuation suit. Sommers & La
Sa;ar gear chaitile.'s bicycles at
Bevel irear chainless bicycles at
(lit carts $1.89 and up at Younz &
Blue gras seed 12J cents a pound
at Jlorton a. .
Fresh lith at Hess Bros', tomorrow.
Go carts and baby buggies at Young
& iWe Combs'.
Wall paper at cut prices. Young
Attend Young and McCombs' mill
Easter shirts and neck wear at Stew
art's, the hatter.
Soe the Modern shoe store change of
ad. on page three.
Little boy' blouse and veslee suits.
Sommers & LaVelle.
The latest in everything in foot
covering. The Leader.
A full line cf gasoline, gas and oil
stoves at Young & McCombs'.
Easter novelties in little fellows'
clothes. Sommers & La Velle.
The prettiest wheel in the world,
the 1'atee Crest, $25, at Spencer's.
Ride a Stearns ami be content.
You know us." The yellow front.
Stearns and Patee Crest bicycles at
Spencer's new store, 1709 Second ave
nue. Hawes' celebrated $3 hats, (union
made.) Stewart, the hatter, sole
If yon are particular about the
style of your hat, go to Stewart, the
Only 23 more days left for the free
trip to Paris voting contest at Young
The King's Daughters will give a
doll exhibition Friday and Saturday,
April 20 and 21.
Merchants' dinner at Harms' res
taurant. Quick service. Private sup
pers a specialty.
Miss Johanna Hayes, of EJgington.
was adjudged insine by a jury in the
county court yesterday.
Dr. La Grange, the expert optician,
will make his 30th visit to Bleuer's
jewelry store Saturday.
The Wcyerhauser & Denkiuann saw
mill in the west end of the city started
up for the season today.
B'ack and blue boys' long and short
pant suits. Big assortment; little
prices. Sommers & La Velle.
i our health, as well as your eye
sight, depends upon the skill ot the
optician. Dr. LaGrange is skillful.
We are sole agent fors the Rock Isl
and union-made shoes at $2.50. The
leader, opposite the Harper house.
Don't experiment with your eyes.
Consult Dr. LaGrange and have the
satisfaction of knowing that yonr
glasses are right.
F. C. Detrich. aged 18 years, receiv
ed a gash in the back while at work
in the "turning room" at the Rock
I-land sash and door works yesterday.
He was taken to his home in Daven
jort. Dr. LaGrange's wide 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
We are displaying a full line of the
latest styles of genuine Singer sewing
machines at onr new office, 325 Twen
tieth Btreet. We also carrv the bett
quality of oil and needles for all kinds
of machines. The Singer Manufactur
Manv had to leave Young & Mc
Combs' millinery department yester
day, bat today we have added more
clerks and will try and fill the de
mand in this department. Young &
Many of the costumes to be used at
the Rock Island Club mintrel show
April 17 were worn in the Great Oat
Meal Sisters extravaganza that ran
87 weeks at Lost Nation and were the
admiration of all.
Charles Johnson pleaded gnilty in
the county court to two counts of an
indictment charging him with selling
liquor to minors. He was fined $20
and costs on each count. The other
counts of the indictment found against
him and his partner were quashed.
tie sure and see the atatiords (ki
rn ore and John) in their great brother
act of marvelous feats in mid-air at
the Rock Island Club minstrels April
17. Nervous people should retire be
fore this turn, otherwise the manage
ment will not be responsible.
riebig & Uobb are now ready to ao
electric light and bell work and re
pairing of every description. A full
line of electrical supplies in stock at
right prices. Prompt service and
first-class work guaranteed. Phone
4551. Shop 1617 Third avenue.
The great simultaneous act of Pad
dock and Tegeler at the Rock Island
Club minstrels April 1 7 will be a fea
ture. In plain view of the audience
Paddock will perform bewildering
feats of necromancy, while Tegeler
will do the bitter curse scene from
Little Lord McElroy."
The automobile factory that it was
thought would locate in East Mcline
has finally decided to launch in Dav
enport. Articles of incorporation have
been tiled at Davenport. lhe incor
porators are J. D. McCormick. John
Hoyt, John C. Reuter and S. M. Frie
lander. The enterprise is styled, the
Reuter Automobile company. It is
incorporated under the laws of Dela
ware. The capital stock of the com
pany is $500,000.
il'bil Mitchell, as administrator of
the estate of Dennis Warren, effected
a transfer of over one hundred acres
of land of the above estate, which is
located in South Moline. to J. I).
Weaver today. The estate was in
volved in such a peculiar circumstance
that no case of the same likeness has
been heard of in this locality for many
j'ears. lhe land was onicially en
tered by the deceased years ago and
the patent recorded at the court
house, but the existence of such a
record was unknown till now.
The following program will be
rendered at the monthly meeting of
the Epworth League tomorrow even
Voesl solo Keith Collin
Reading Miss Rose ClarK
w-.n.. ini (Bessie Noftsker
Pianoduet fAmy nenders0n
Keaaiog Mrs u. walker
1'lano duet Klbel and Wilmer Drudley
Heading Jennie Collins
v ocal solo .Mrs. Kelni
Heading Charlotte Mattison
Voeal solo i'rof. Pbubrook
EA S TER
For Men and Women.
Big array ofsprlng styles, and we call
special attention to our line of ladles'
Also lines of ladles' Louis XV heel
shoes In kid and patent leather not found
elsewhere, also In Oxfords.
Shoe Repairing by A. Blackhall. Shoes Polished.
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Onr Kectrto Machine (or
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Rsy work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Da J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chlcauo, e
Siirneou In -Chief of .
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains. Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan
ity, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or auj other coudlUon due to nervous exhaustion
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood. Kidney, Livei
and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of med
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why trot t
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent cure In seven days by onr painl s
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. Wa
have cured many cases given up as hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surgical
onertlons performed at vour home If desired. Abdominal and brain surxerr -a 8Decllly
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your case In the hands of those who have had little or no prucYieal exper
ience in the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-in-cbief
of St. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has cured hundreds U.
were pronounced Incurable by others during the Uve year he has been located in Daven
port, proves conclusively that he U the physician you should cousu t If you waul to k
T- Be8t ' reierence and credentials
Only Curable Cases Taken. ;j you cannot can write.
Hundreds cured by mail.
Hoars, t to 19 m. m., to 8 sad 7 to 8 p. m. 8aody 11:30 to 1 :SO p. in.
Office 124 West "Third Street M'Cullough Building, Davenport, la.
We will have the following
list. We give all phone or
ders prompt attention.
Malaga Grapes. Strawberries,
Grape Fruit. Naval Oranges,
Dressed Chickens. Canned Oysters,
Dressed Ducks. Bulk Oysters,
Dressed Turkeys, Wild Ducks.
1630 Second Ave.
April 2 A. H. (Jujeret al to Wil
liam Hickev el al, part lot 12. block
2. Guyer's second aad.. Rock Island,
Newton S. Bull to Ole J. Bull, se
sej 23, 16. 4w. if 1.000.
Henry Schaarmann to Ole J. Bull,
ni nel nel 2b. lo, 4w, fbou.
Bettv E. Severin to Fred Bass,
lot 6, block 4, Atkinson's second add..
Isaac R. Palmer to (leorge Clark,
sej nwj 35. 17, 2w. $1,000.
Henrv Schaarmann to Newton A.
Bull, wi sej 23, 16, 4w. ni nwj nej
26. 16. 4w, $4,3.30.
3 Fred Hildebrand to Edward A.
Burnett, lot 15, block . Columbia
Park add.. Rock Island. $1,900.
Frank P arson by master to Rock
Island Mutual Building, Loan & Sav
ings association, lot 1 1 . block i.
(iuyer's second add.. Rock Island,
John Roonev to Caroline Ihrig, lot
. block 4, Thompson & Wells'
Rock Island, f S50.
John Connell to Mary C. Bulger,
lot 3, block C, Edward's add., Moline.
tract bv metes and bounds, sej nwj
31. 18,'lw, $1.
Lawience Peterson to Sarah J. Ad
ams, part lot 23. block 1, Black Hawk
add.. Rock I-lind. $3,150.
John Sanduiark to John A. Holman,
part lot E. Child's second add., Mo
John N. Eklund to Carl O. Holm,
lot 10, Eklund's subdiv., part sej 6,
17. lw, $800.
J. P. Weyerhauser to A. F. Spor
rey, w 38J feet e 157J feet assessor's
lot 3, in block 2. LeClaire's Reserve,
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Rock Island Sav
ings bank for the election of nine
directors for one year will be held at
the oQiceof said bank, in Rock Island.
Monday. April 9. 1900. Polls will be
open at 10 o'clock a. m , and closed
at 12 noon of said day.
P. Greenawalt. Cashier.
Rock Island. March 30. 1900.
To own one of our watches.
Our large assortment and
low prices are sure to please
you. Buying and selling
watches in large ijuantities,
we are able to save you
money. Our plan of selling
watches on easy payments
enables you to buy one with
out missing the money.
Call and investigate.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Sci
Running sores, ulcers, boils, pim
ples, etc.. quickly cured by Banner
Salve, the most healing salve in the
world. No other "just as good." All
It's the little colds that grow it on
big colds; the big colds that end in
consumption and death. Watch -the
little colds. Dr. Woods' Norway Pine
Syrup. For aale by Marshall & fisher,
The plate sale continues all this
week, or until the odd lots are all
sold. They are going fast, but we
are gathering together still more odd
plates to till up the bargain tables
with, and so some of the greatest val
ues being put out now.
Some plates really worth 20 are on
the 5-cent table, for Friday morning
Some plates really worth bdi are on
the 15-cent table.
It's a rare chance to pick up pretty
decorated ware and china plates at ft
good deal less than cost.
BOYS' CLOTHING ELE
Our Boys' Clothing Department fairly sparkles with
spring freshness and elegance. Whatever your Boys
Suit, though may be, here you will find its materialization.
There's a style, a finish, a touch about our Boys' suits that
commend them to every mother who cares to see her
boy dressed right. There is a saving in the price, too,
that commends them to every mother who is interested
in the economics of life
Children's Suits From 75c to
It is with pardonable pride we invite an inspection of the
magnificent assortment of stylish Vestee Suits, Sailor and
Reefer Suits, which are being displayed in our Boys' De
partment. We know, beyond a doubt, it is the finest and
by far the best stock of Boys' and Children's novelties
ever shown here.
Top Coats and Spring Reefers
from $2.95 to $6.50.
No Matter What Article, Price or Piace, We Will Do Better.
A Garment Saving of From 50c to $2 on Every Garment.
T! Hird Ym Haw AMttts Bk5
L. S. McCABE CO.