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THE ABeUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1900.
TPEATHZa WE MAY HAVE
Fair tonight and Thursday;
J. M. HUERIER, Observer.
Temperature, at 7 a. m. 22,
J at 3:30 p. m. 20.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Fcr insurance E. J. Barns.
For real estate, E. J Barns.
Ask for Rock Island Cirl ciar.
Miss Uyrrea fcr Cue millinery.
Knox and Stetson hats Lloyd's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Call for La Flor de E. T. D. , 10 cents.
Meat saws 15 cents at Young & Mc
Coaibi'. Gentle mea's fancy hose -J 5 cents at
Read oar large ad. Canode's
Wood frame wringers fl.08 at Young
Snare ribs at (iilniore's packing
Chopping bowls from 5 cents up at
Young & McCombs.
If you want your property sold list
It with Hull & Co.
Tenderloin at Giltnore's packing
Children's kid gloves and mitts 50
cent at Stewart's.
Sterling silver thimbles 10 cents at
Young & McCoiubs'.
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, "consult Goldsmith & McKee.
Hoys' watches, warranted one year,
for tti cents, at Young & McCombs'.
Velvet hats at $ 1.07, real value ',
at the Brandenburg millinery store.
Fountain pen3, fully guaranteed,
for 75 cents at Young & MtCombs'.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Wcyerhauser & Deakmann'g m mill
finished the season's run yesterday.
Read ad. of the Brandenburg milli
nery store on page three of this paper.
Stylish trimmed bats 1.48, worth
f.5U, at the Biandinburg millinery
Prof. Hlinkensop and his twentieth
centurv wonder at Harper's theatre,
Holly Bros arc still giving away
hi:es at their busy 'jwartcrs on Twen
One-half pint j ir of .silver polishing
paste lit cents at Young iV: McCuinbs.
"The SpinsteiV Convention" will
convene promptly at S-.;i) on the
night of Tuesday, Nov. l'7.
C:ir.- n the Roek Island road came
in from the west this morning wear
ing a libers! coat of the Iwnutiful.
Court of Honor No. ::i will give a
d nice at Carso's hall Thursday even
ing, Nov. 2J. Admission 15 cents.
Reserved scats for "The Spinsters'
Convention" may Ikj obtained on and
after Nov. 21 at Bleuer's jewelry
Judge Adams yesterday afternoon
married Carl Miilt-r and Miss Klj.a
leth Wollciigien, both of Hampton,
ut his utbee.
M;3S Catherine Sommers was plens
antly surprised by about ' young
friends in honor of her birthday Mon
Highest grade of work in the laun
dry line is done by the American
laundry. Ask those who have tried
it. Ptn.ne 123o.
Fred Vretnian was removed in the
ambulaucc yesterday afternoon from
his home in South Rock Island to St.
Word was received today that Miss
Cc'clia Curnyn. of Colorado Springs,
Co!., who was reported dying, is now
on the road to recovery.
The Iron Molders' union. No. 230,
wid'give a Thanksgiving bail Thurs
day evening. Nov. 29, at Industrial
Home hall. Music by Bleuer's full
orchestra. Tickets ."0 cents. -
Elder F. A. Russell, of (Irinnell.
Iowa, will spak at 7:;0 tomorrow
evening at the Latter Hay Saints' hall.
00 J Third avenue, on the subject.
I'nchangeibility of ?he Doctrine of
Rock Island Iroa works i-
1 -liMing another 50-foot molding
room, giving accommodation for 10
additional molders. Tnis will in
crease the output tpf the plant by
really a half.
The annual ball of Camp 1550, M.
W. A . was held at Industrial hall last
niht and was a highly successful af
fair. Fay Hawes Camp R. N A. served
supper, auil the music was furnisheJ
by Bleuer's orchestra.
W. II. McCiy, a directory ruH
lisher, has brought suit for $10 LOO
f r alleged damages against the Dav
enport Republican. Tne paper, in it
issue of today, repeats the charg"
against Mr. McCoy complained
'and further announces it will
' bring snit against Mr. McCoy and the
j Davenport Times for causipgthe pub
jlicationr.f alleged slanderous false-!
j hcods about tbe Republican.
We are now ready to ht out that
new house of yours with either gas or
combination fixtures. Also a full line
of Welsbach mantles and supplies.
Phone 1280. Rock Island Electric
The children cf the late Martin
Huthrnaker desire to express their
heartfelt gratitude for the many acts
of kindness and floral offerings ex
tended to them by their kind friends
and neighbors in their hour of sorrow.
H. S. Ruby, pilot on the ferry An
gusta.today met with a most unfortu
nate accident while operating a wind
lass, one of the arms of which struck
him with such force as to fracture his
right arm in three places. He was
attended by Dr. J. DeSilva.
Mary J. Shepherd, great pocahontas
of the state of Illinois, is in the city
and wishes to meet each and every
member of Pocahontas council at their
meeting this evening at 7:40 o'clock
at Krell & Math's hall for the purpose
of reorganizing said council. All are
urged to be present.
The Iowa Veteran Volunteer Fire
men's association is holding its ai
nual convention in Davenport today.
A feature of this afternoon's program
is a visit to the waterworks, where
the delegates are to be entertained by
Co!. James P. Donahue. The visitors
will tomorrow morning inspect the
Modern Woodman building in this
city under escort of Capt. K. W. Baker.
The Tri-City Federation of Musical
clabs met at Davenport and Arranged
work for the winter saason. The
central idea of the meeting was the
desire on the part of each club to
outdo the efforts of the others in self
culture on musical lice and the
bringing of music more into the life
of the three cities.
The Peoria Star says: "It is the
understanding among railway men
that the Chicago & Northwestern will
buy a goodly portion of the right of
way eecured a few year9 ago by the
St. Louis, Pecria & Northern through
this and Marshall counties. A part
of the construction work has already
been done on that right of way."
Hon. Tom A. Marshall, of Keiths
burg, will be captain of a team of
American trap shooters who will go
abroad next summer and meet the
best men of the world on their own
ground. They will shoot in Scot
land, Englami, Ireland. Italy anu
France. They may also visit Australia
and make a trip around the world.
Senator J. 1. Dolliver at Augus
tana Nov. 1900. Have you ever
heard of Mr. Dolliver before? Of
course- you have, and that too as of a
man an orator thit you will never
f.irget, once you have heard him.
Remember next Thursday evening at
h o'clock. Tickets now on sale at
Harper house drug store. Course
tickets f 1.
Supper served at the Broadway
church social from 5 to 8 o'clock to.
morrow evening. Fancy articles'
aprons, large and small, wh te ai el ;
black, also home-made candies, c inn el
fruit and jellies on sale, beginning t!
2::;0 " o'clock. Light refreshments
served during the afttrnoon ai d even
ing. At 8 o'clock a short p ogram
will ba given.
Late yesterday afternoon at Daven
port a settlement was reached in the
cases cf Walsh & Wiiraan vs. the D ,
C. & E. and tbe Flick & Johnson Con
struction company vs. the D. . C. & E.
railway company. While the terms
of the "settlement were not made pub
lic, it was whispered about the court
room that the sara of $7,500 was paid
to the plaintiffs in each case, making
a total of $15,4)00.
The controversy between Gen.
Miles, commanding general of the
army, and Gen. Buftington. chief of
therrdnance department, refuses to
down. Adjt. -Gen. Corbin, who ap
pears to be all-powerful at Washing
ton, has taken a hand in tbe tight,
which hinges around the dispute over
the heavy gnns, and as he has thrown
his influence on the side of the head
of the ordnance department tbe latter
may be said to be doubly armed to
continue the imbroglio should the com
manding general persist in carrying
on the controversy.
Editor Seee Wonder.
Editor W. V. Btrry. of Lexington,
Tenn., in exploring Mammoth cave,
contracted a severe case of piles.
Hi quick cure through using Buck
liu's Arnica Salve convinced him it is
another world's wonder. Cures piles,
injuries, inllammation and all bodily
eruptions. Only 25 cents at Hartz &
We pray thee, heed him not who
askest thee to take something, said to
be the same as Rocky Mountain Tea
made by the Madison Medicine com
pany. 35 cents.
Ir. Bull s Courh fcyrup cures Cough
or Cold at oneo. "Conquers Croup,
Whoopins-Coutrh and Mtvude-Coujiii
without fail. All mothers praise It.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe. Fuenmonia snd
Consumption. C'iiolc, pun? results.
l-i'cr. chilis. K'-f .'ftluiIcV.f 4wii:n.:tr.
nn H !
lsVMi il il H
Always cures when others fail.
Dr. Bull t Pills cureCooftipction. so pU's IOC
Ask vour druggist
De Witt's Witch
nnickly heal the
Hazel Salve will
worst bums and
scalds and not leave a scar. It can be
applied to cuts and raw surfaces with
prompt and soothing effect. Use it
for piles and skin diseases- Beware
of worthless counterfeits. B H. Bie
bcr, Hartz & I'llemeyer.
If you have ever seen a child in the
aconv of croup vou can realize how
grateful mothers are for One Minute
Cough cure, which gives relief as
soon as it is administered. It quickly
cures coughs, colds and -all throat
and lunsr troubles. B. H. Bieber,
Hart. & Ullemeyer.
I For Ladies' Patent Leather Extension 1
Sole, made in the Paris Toe, all I
widths and a perfect fitter. We sue- I
ceeded in getting only a limited num-
ber of pairs. I
S THE BOSTON j
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs. I
CORNER SEVENTEENTH STEET AND THIRD AVENUE.
All the modern branches of work known in dentistry
done in this effice. We are peers in the art of painles'i
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
TOOTH 5 00
CROWNS. ..$2.50 "P
FILLING $1.00 and up
All Other Work In Proportion.
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth street and Third Avenue.
Made easy by reading
our list below. Give
us a call. Your erdcr
will receive prompt at
. Wax Beans, Cucumber,
Celery, Oyster plant.
Parsley, E(f plant,
Radishes, brussels sprout.
Oranges, Crab apples.
Malaga and Toka Urapes I
Spring CtueUenq Dressed to
order. Ilresserl Chickens. Dressed
Turkeys. Ducks, Wild Ducks.
1620 Second Ave. Phone 10:1.
Examining Your Bps
WILL PLEASE YOU.
We Fit the Eyes
Where Others Fail.
No Caie Too Hard For I's to Flu
Why leave traveling opticians sell
you spectacles when we guar
antee lit in every case?
Ask jonr neighbor a boat Ramser's epeeta
clee. K very patient a living testimonial.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
The Mayflower, after her memorable
trip across the Atlantic M-ith the pi!
erim fathers of cw Enirla n .1 wont-
Into the West Indian cotton trade and
ll.tvc been completely ful
tilled. You now find", that
you need an overcoat, and it
is simply a question of where
you can get the best coat
made that is in style, tit and
workmanship for tbe money.
Tour attention to our stock
of winter goods. Style, fit
and workmanship fully guar
anteed. J. B. ZIMMER,
182 Second Ave, Rock Island.
Tailor With You
If you like. "He knows a good thing when he sees
it." You need an overcoat now and can't wait for the
slow process. Our overcoats are Ihe best in the land.
They are made from the most trustworthy fabrics and
trimmings and are tailored by the best journeymen
tailor hands. They impart that finish and fit and
touch that is characteristic of M. & K. clothing -there
is an inexplainable something about our overcoats
that dist nguished them from all other makes.
A Good Overcoat $10.
etter One at $12.
A Still Better One at
And the Best at $20.1
We display the largest assortments, the most fashion
able fabrics and the most up-to-date styles in this vicinity.
A Guaranteed Saving of $1.00 to $5.00 on Every Coat.
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