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THE AKGTJS, "WEDNESDAY. JTJXE 20. 1900,
Tha Weather We May Htc
Generally fair tonight and Thurtday;
nearly stationary temperature.
J. II. Shxbiir, Observer.
Temperature At 7 a. w., ei: at U0
p. ttu, hi.
arc going fast at
Km press $3 SO shoe at
Don't pav f 4 or more for
jour strawberries, giose-
cbcrries lor canning at
The Leader shoe s:ore.
Golf goods at Spencer's,
Shoe sale at the Modern.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For iisurance E. J. Barns.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Gans at 1709 Second avenue.
1709 Second avenue the place.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's
List your property with Eeid y Bros
Lawn swings at Summers & Wood
Mannish oxfords for the ladies at
Ice cream social at Columbia hall
Remember borse tale at Milan.
Shirts to fit and plea.se everybody
Oxfords for bicycling are the fad
see Adams' line
If you want your property sold list
It with Hall & Co
A big discount sale of trimmed hats
at Mrs. U. Latrenz.
The best $1 shirt on earth at
Stewart's the batter.
Buy a box of fine cigars at the Har
per bouse cigar stand.
Men's tan shoos
the Modern 6hoe sale.
Summers & Wood in is the place to
get your Ice cream freezer.
Nice line of children's and misses'
oxfords and slippers at Adams'.
The Modern shoe store is the place
for bargains. Open this evening.
Anheuser-Busch bottled beer. A.
D. IIueMng, sole agent. Phone 1338
If you are looking for bargains in
real estate, see Hull & Co. before buy
ing. Hull & Co. have several bargains in
borne and business property if taken
Wear the narrow Derby, fonr-ic-hand,
found at Stewart's the batter
It is the swell tie.
The ladies of St. Mary's church
bold an ice cream social at Coluuibi
ball this evening.
That ladies' patent leather
shoe is in the Km press line -
py 5 for no better Ad.ims
Low prices bears on our competi
tors' minds buy a wheel of Lloyd.
You know the high grade kind.
A bargain in a 'J room house on
Fifth avtrnue. Good lot and barn.
Parties going to leave the city. Apply
Adams' $3.50 Emperor line of men's
shoes are the up-to-date kind. No
odds and ends in this line, all up-to-date
The finest line of domestic and Key
West cigars in the city at the Harper
bouse cigar stand. A specially made
of box trade.
Plenty of strawberries, gooseberries
and cherries by the case for canning
at Hess Bros.
Men's tan 3 50 go at $2 50. men's
tan $2.60 go at $2. men's tan $2 go
at fl 50. The Modern shoe sale, 1705
Peter Thiessen died yesterday at St.
Luke's hospital. Davenport, from the
injuries he received in a fall from a
tree Sunday. He leaves a wife and
Pretty busy scenes nowadays in
the M & K. underwear and tan shoe
departments. You will know more
about it after reading their big dis
play ad. For full particulars call.
M & K. frankly acknowledge that
tan shoes will not be popular this fall
thus it is they are having a "must
go" tan shoe sale. Nota the reduc
tion in price in big M. & K. ad on
Good sized audiences were enter
tained yesterday afternoon and last
evening at the Morris dog and pony
show. Fifth avenne and Twenty-fourth
street. The closing performance of
the Bock Inland engagement will be
The first loss is always the best.
M. & K. are taking their medicite
now and celling tan shoes at reduced
prices: $3 for (5 values, (2.50 for
(4 values, f 2 for 3 values, 9? cents
for $i 5v values. Good-bye tans. M.
Notice is hereby given that the an-
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Bock Island Mutnal Building.
Loan and Savings association will be
held at the association's office Tues
day. July 3. at 7:30 p. in. E. H.
The gentlemen's and boys' tan
'shoes at the M & K. have been in.
ited to git." They're taking their
departure over the M. & K. route.
This is it: S3 cents for (1 50 kind,
f 1.50 for $2 kind, f 2 for 3 kind.
f2.50 for $4 kind J for $5 kind.
The will of the late Frederick Rix.
of this city, was probated yesterday
in the county court. The bocsj and
lot. 1402 Eighth avenue, of the
testator, is left to Charles Krtiger,
at d (500 apiece to Fritz and Carl
Tan Shoe Sale for Ladles. S3. SO Tan Russlas,
Welt soles, etc. To Close out several lines, $2.85
while they last.
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testator's niece, and his half sisters.
Mrs. F. Dose of Hamburg, and Mrs.
H. ladders of Segeburg, Germany.
A. II. ladders is the executor.
Parties in search of desirable build
ing lots in one of the choice locations
of the city will find it to their inter
est to read the want column on an
other page. The lots are in McEo
iry's addition. E. J. Burns, room 12.
Mitchell & Lynde building, is agent
Call on Prof. A. L Thompson, the
Psvcho Magnetic Healer, and receive
x . . .. ... . .
a nne boos on Dealt n. aescnoing tne
wonders of the magnetic healing cap
for home treatment. Cares every HJ
like magic. Prof. A. L. Thompson
1907 fourth avenue.
The business men's gymnasium
classes of the Y. M. C. A. will have
another interesting ran tomorrow af
ternoon, two different squads starting
from the Y. M. C. A. building at 4:45
o'clock, one going by wav of Moline
and and the other via Milan and the
two parlies taking sapper at the farm
of Charles Kyte, west of Milan.
The day telephone operators have
their innincs tomorrow ni?ht. when
. I J .1 f m .1 M - ' 1
luey aim meir ineuus gu lur a uiuuu-
light ride on the majtstic father of
waters. The steamer City of inona
and barge have been chartered and
there will be an orchestra on board to
discourse music for the dancers. The
girls will also serve light refresh
meats. It promises to be a most en-
If you want perfectly pure drinks
order Carse & Oblweiler's Black
Hawk spr'iDg water goods. All soft
drinks manufactured by this old firm
coutain this water. In order to be
certain that you are getting the genu
ine article observe the label on the
bottles. Beginning today Carse &
Ohlweiler change their water label
from oval to square. This change be
came necessary because a competitor
has copied oar water label.
To close a line of Tan Russia and black Kid,
Welt- Oxfords, full round toes, extension edges.
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs. g
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Oar Heotrto Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, e-8urgeon-ln-Ctuet
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains. Sleeplessness, Threatened Insan
ity, Wean Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
and Skin Diseases can ba quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of med
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous
Debility. Why treat
r our pi
peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent eure in seven days by our palsies
WOALfcN suffering from diseases
have cured maty oases given up as nopeiess, ana we may be able to eure you. Surgical
operations performed at vour home It desired. Abdominal and brain aunan a nMiai
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your case in the hands of those who hare had little or no practical exper
ience in the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensiva experience as sure-eon-in-
chief of St. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has cured hundreds who
were pronounced incurable by others during the five years he has been located in Daven
port, proves conclusively that be la the physician you should consult if you want to get
r i t -r- t Be8t ' reference and credentials
Only Curable Cases Taken. you cannot can write.
Hundreds cured by mall.
Boars, t) to 1 3 su m., a to S and 7 to 8 p. m. Bnndaiy 1 1 :SO to 1 :So p. n.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullough Building, Davenport, la.
At Young & McCombs'.
Ladies' leather belt, formerlv sold
up to 60 cents. Thursday sale price. 31
to 4 p. m , 10 cents.
Wash Goods Department All wash
goods, remnants, dimities, madras
cloth, organdies, goods worth up to I
23 cents, from 10 to 11 o clock, per
yard o cents.
bummer Corsets Good summer
coet, today, 19 cents.
Ladies lace .edge handkerchiefs, 25
ceiit kind, for 12 cents.
Millinery 2o per cent discount on
ail trimmed hats, fresh from the work
roo'n, no old goods to c fler.
Just received a new lino of ladies
neckwear, lawn ties, taffetta, etc., 25
cents and up.
All About a Slgrnurnre.
Tellers aud clerks of savings bants
Lave a rare opportunity to study hu
man nature. All sorts of ieople, with
many strange notions of the methods
and purposes of lanks. come before
tliein. A teller of a Boston savings
bank tells a true story of a good Irish
woman who came to the bank to open
"Please write your name on that
line," said the official, pushing toward
the woman a book nnd a pen.
"Do yez want me first name?" she
asked, taking the pen in her hand.
Yes, your full name and middle
initial if you have any."
"Do yez want me husband's name?"
es, nls last name. Put your own
"Oli. me name before I was mar
io, your given name Ellen or
"Sure, then, me name Is nayther
wan o them!"
"Well, what is it then?"
"Sure. It's Mary."
"Very welL There are others wait
ing for you. so please hurry and write
"Ah, sure, do yez want the 'Mrs.T
o, never mind that. row go
"Ah, sure, mister, I would, honest.
but ye see I can't write!" Youth's
Can always le found at our
store. We give prompt atten
tion to all telephone orders.
Phone number 1031.
New Peas. Pie Plant.
Oreen Beans. Cauliflower,
Ne Potatoes, Egg Plant,
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Tomatoes. New Beets,
hew Turnips. Carrots.
Hermuda unions. Spinach,
Asparagus, Summsr Squash,
Olery. Water Melons,
Naval Oranges, Bananas.
Orangs. " Pine Apples
pples. California harries.
Black Berries. Black Raspberries.
DrM -ed Turkey. Dressed Cnlckena.
Spring Cnicon 'ireweo to Order,
Dresed Ducks, Pigeons.
Is like buying gold dollars,
they have a standard value.
You don't pay 40 for an
Andrae today and $30 tomor
row. We do business on
the square. Andrae bicycles
from $30 to f 45.
Lord Roberta re of Children.
Among the stories arriving at Lon
don In reference to the occupation of
Johannesburg It is recorded that soou
after General Holerts took up his quar
ters at the inn at Orange Grove a staff
officer approached to consult him on
an Important matter. He found the
field marshal with the inn keeier's lit
tle daughter on his knee, teaching her
to trace the letters of the alphabet with
a pencil. Lord Robert looked up and.
smiling, said: "Officer, don't come now.
Can't you see I'm busy?"
Twentieth Street, Bock Island.
303 W. Third St., Davenport. ,
An Oflda on Favorite.
aiuen r.uwara or wales may re a
sexageuariau ail right enough, savs
the St. I,ouis Republic, but with a
second winning of the Derbv to his
credit he is still decidedly on the turf.
I Dlvlog Unra at froapect Park.
' The most novel attraction yet is the
'performance and comic antics of the
diving bears in the lake at Prospect
park every afternoon at 3 o'clock.
This exhibition is attracting hundreds
i of visitors to the park daily. The
I bears play in the waer like street
gamins, swim, duck and dive and
wrestle with each other to the delight
and entertainment cf the onlookers.
Philadelphia and Keti
The C. R. I. & P. railway will .ell
round trip tickets to Philadelphia on
Chicago sad Katnrau
( ft 32 to Chicago and return
C. R. I vV P. on June 25. 26 and
good for return up to and includ
ing July 3. Seven through trains
daily. Fastest time, best service.
Gllhooly Will be Wel
comed if be comes, but he is a married man
and we seldom see him nowadays.
Others will be regarded as Intruders.
If they are smoking- common c'gars
they must either be allowed to try ours
or withdraw. One need only put his
head in at my donr to realize that ci
gars are of two kinds.
The Geo. R. Dart and others No
one who amoves tbe Ceo. K. U.vls ci
gar would ever attempt to describe Its
delights, for his smoker would be cer
tain to go out. When be was at School
Johnny Mahocy smoked a cane chair
and he has since sid tbat from cane to
ordinary clg.rs was not so noticeable
s tbe change from ordinary cigars to
the Geo. K DaTis. We unit bo one to
be ieve this, for the confirmed smoker
of the Geo. H. Davis cigar detesta as
argument of any kind. Were we anx
ious to prove Johnny's statement we
would simply state drop In at
and try a Geo. R. Davis.
1706 Second Avenne.
We find our stock of tan shoes entirely too
large and to bs real truthful we must admit
that tan shoes will not be as popular next win
ter as they have been. We've made up our
minds that the first loss is the best, and have
therefore placed on sale our entire stock of
tan shoes at the following
for $1.50 values.
for $2.00 values.
for $3.00 values.
for $4.00 values.
for $5.00 values.
The force of such Underwear Bargains
these will create a busy hum in our Under
wear Department. Right in the season, the
very moment you are looking and in need of a
nice supply of cooling, soothing undergarments,
fortunately for us, as well as you, we have made
an underwear deal which enables us to offer
you the following
for 25c values.
for 35c values.
tor 50c values.
We are making these reductions not out of
choice on our part, but we believe it better to
take our medicine now than later.
Here is Your Tan Shoe
for 65c values.
The Above Prices arc Positive Savings
from the Price You Will Have
to Pay Elsewhere.
The remainder of the estate
June 14, 15 and 16 at rate of $22.92