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THE AB&TJS, SATOEDAY, DECEMBER 29, 190O.
WEATHtR WE MAY HAVE
Fair 'tonight and Sunday;
trariw.r tonight; colder Sun
day. J. Jr. SUERIER, Observer
Today's temperature at 7
a. m., 17; at noon, 35.
already g;ven three return engage
ruents in Chicago and is booked lor
four more retorn entertainments in
that eitv. The tickets are -35 cents
children 25 cents.
Venison at Schrocders.
Holiday goods at Lloyd's,
day & borne of Reidy Uro
For 'asarance E. J. Bans.
Por real estate, E. J Burns.
Ask for Koch Island Girl cigar.
Drc.scd poultry at Scbroeder's.
Lit your property with Reidy Bros.
Call for La Flor de E.T.D . 10 cents.
Concert at Turner hall next Sunday
If you want your property sold list
t with Uui: & Co I
canned oysters at
1 POKr HTKOS NES POINTS.
i Port Byron, Dec. 29 George Mc-
Roberts is loading a car preparatory
to moving to Oklahoma.
i The Methodist churcii at Rapids
. City is onered lor sale by L. li. I rent.
Mr and Mrs. William Eippsr have
been doubly blessed at theT home by
trie arrival or twins, both boj-s.
The Ladies' Social Union of the
Congregational church return thanks
to the merchants of Rick Island Me
Cabe &Co.. Young & McCombs Som-
mers & LaVelle, also to the merchants
cf Port Byron, for their liberal dona
nations io their bazar.
The Mioses Pearsall, Bessie Lyford
and James Newiands, lieloit students
arrived Wednesday evening to &pend
their holidav vacation with relatives
and friends in Port Byron.
Miss Tillie Ilibner has left Port
make her home with her sister. She
will -be missed by a lanre circle of
Alfred . Frels and Nellie Tajreart
were married Wednesday at 2 a. ni
at the residence of John Walker in
'An ma township.
Word has been received that Mr?.
Anna Richardson, of Coxville, Neb.,
died Dec. 3, aged 61 years. She was
married to Levi Richardson at Port
Byron in 15S, was the daughter of
the late William Armstrong, of Port
Byron, and sister of Charles Arm
strong and Mrs. 3- C. Wake. She
leaves a husband and 10 children to
mourn ber loss.
John Osborne was confined to his
bed with sickness for the week past,
but is some better at this writing.
Revival meetings have lately been
held in Rapids City by Rev. Clinton
Aber. Nine converts are reioitej.
who have been baptised.
Jack Willard reports that the ghost
at Rapids City has linally disappeared.
The young gentlemen's club had a
social party at their club reom Friday
FViday evening there was a young
people's" party at the town hall, which
was largely attended and eDjoyed
It has been prophesied by the know
ing ones that we shall have an open
winter because the quails have neg
lected to provide themselves with
homes to Miittbly protect them
selves against severe weather.
Iltrry Jennings, who resides near
I'nrt Byron, was unfortunate Satur
d iv last in having his barn, which
destroyed by tire. It is supposed the
lire was started by a spark from a
s'cim corn shredder which was ut
work a short distance from the barn.
Mr Jtunings was insured in the Cue
& Xj'.n-i Mutual for about $1."0.
which will not nearlv cover the loss.
However, a petition is in circulation
wiu over 1C0 already signei. and
tae ntigubors have gathered in to
a-"i-t in rebuilding the barn.
An ice palace surrounded with
small evergreens was substituted for
, the usual Christmas tree at the Mtth-
o.i. st meeting house on Chri-tmas
; eve. The singing by the choir and
, the recitations of the children were
greatly enjoyed by a respectable
gathering of citizens. 1 he rom was
' richlv decorated with suitable Christ
Shell, bulk and
ii. i remann s sons .
Dunce at Turner hull next Sunday
night. Admission 20 cents.
A tine select line of smoking jackets
gowns and night robes at Lloyd's.
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, "consult Goldsmith ?: McKee.
Thirty-live cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Nice fresh dressed turkeys, chick
ens, ducks and geese at Sohroeder s.
Choice dressed turkeys. gees. ducks
and chickens at 11. Tremann's Sons'.
Men's fur coat pale. Fur coats
from f 1 to J7 to be sold Monday at
1.1 at Bennett's.
'lhe stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at nocn was 2.0.1. The
temperature at noon was :!.
Dj not fail to see the largest aud
choicest stock of dressed poultry at
II. Tremann's Sons' Monday.
The Tucson club give a pleasant
dancing party at the Harper last
night. About 1 0 couples attended.
M-.i'. fur coats sale. Fur colts
from $1 to $J7 tobe sold Mjnday at
fl at Bennett's.
Highest grade of work in the laun
dry line is iIodo by the American
laundry. Ask those who have tried
it. Phone 1236.
If yon want a fresh dres3od turkey,
goose, duck i r chicken, order at H.
Mtii's fur -ats sale. Fur"cjats
from 1 to $27 to be sold Monday at
1.1 at Bennett's.
The Minuet iocial club will give a Wai ,ilIetl with b3' corn et
dance at Turner hail Saturday even
ing, admission 2.1 cents. Mumc will
be furnished by Lee Graboe's orches
tra. Members of Company A nre making
speeial prTparr.tions fur the next com
pany dance, which will be giv;n Mon
day evening. The r.inct enlh century
will b danced "to a finish."
Hull 0; Co , 1 tie enterprising real
estate men are removing from room
to room 1.1 m the Mitchell & Lyude
buildiitg ai.d will be pleaded to greet
their friends there alter Jan. 1.
The local plant of Swift it Co , in
Davenport, has received and put in
operation the first automobile in the
tri-cities used as a delivery wagon.
It is propelled by storage butteries.
The chil Iron of the late Mrs. Fred- m-n embellishments and "Glory to
crick Puhl wish to express their grati- God in the highest, peace on earth.
Hide to neighbor and friends for acts od W'1 towards men." surrounded
f kimlr.esH aud ST mpathy shown dur- the platform in large letters. There
ing the illness "and death cf their' were innumerable presents which
mother. ' gladdened the hearts of the children.
Charles F. Robinson and Miss Nettie ' j' Sensibaiigh made an excellent
l A,,.,uirn,, iw.ii, ,-., 1 1. ojuw uauii. no cieaieu mucu amuse
111 lUll VUi WIU I1U1U 11 i
end ( the coiiutv, were married
Thursday evening at the
After dosing the most prosperous year in the history of this store, we will give you BARGAINS that you will remember.
All prices will be slashed on every article in our large store from now until Jan. 12.
i 11 ?i tun in,-
Moline, by Rev.
J. F. Robinson.
Friends of Frank Anderson, cf Mo
l'u.o. w ho has been lying in the county
jtil pending the r.avuient of a tioc of
ment amoug the young people.
Dcaroesa Cannot He Cared
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafnesr is caused bv an
3.1 for assaulting Andrew l.ndy with ! inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
monkey wrench, yesterday went be- ing of the eustachian tube. When
fure Ju Ige Atiams and liquidated the this tube gets inflamed you have a
same and Anderson was released. j rumbling sound or imperfect hearing.
One week from tomorrow. Sundav. !4nrt whcn il is entirely closed deafness
Jan. ;. the First Baptist church will is lbc result, and unless the inrlam-bt-'in
a ;;-wcks' series of revival : u'l'cn can be taken out and this tube
meetings. Miss Anna Downey, of festoied to its normal condition, hear
t,r.tnt r.n ing will be destroved forever; nine
ami deliver an addtcss. In theaftcr-i
1:0011 a general woman's meeting will
beheld, to which all ladies are in
The Tri-Citv Ministerial associa
tion, h is anuouiiccd that the uniou t
will meet next Mondav afternoon at
2 oi. ek at the llxk Island V. M. C
A. building. The subject for discus-!
i.n is " The lace and Province of j
l'raver Revivals." It will be opened j
by k paper by Rev. J. W. Wed Jcl!, j
ji-t.)r of Calvary Baptist chinch of
Davcr.p jrt. J
The C. W. Bist Concert company. :
oue of the rarely tine musical iTgan
i.ations e f the season is to give a ecu
rert at Y. M C. A. auditorium :
Wednesday evening. Jan. 2. As a'
proof of the compmy's worth it has! ruducaifor huuc.
B D. Blanton. of Tbackervillc.
I ex.. in two vears paid over :JJ to
doctors to cure a running sore on his
Irg. Tften tbey wanted to cut it oil,
but he cured it with one box of Buck
len's Arnica Salve. Guaranteed cure
for Jiles. 2.1 cents a box. Sold by
Harlz & Ullemeyer. druggists.
ca-es out of lea are caused by ca
tarrh, which is nothing but an in
tl iLued condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give One Huddred Djllars
for any e sse of deafness (caused by
catarrh1) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh cure. Send for circu
. lar-, free.
j K. J. Chkm.v Hi C . Tlkio, Ohio.
.s i.l oy druggists. oc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
C. W. Ilane Camp. Attention.
The rrgulr meeting of C. W.
Hawes camp 1550, M. W. A., will be
he'd Saturday evening. Dec. 21, in
stead cf Tuesdsy. Dec 25
" W. P. Gkikhs, Consul.
11 1). Coiikex. Clerk.
eurvs Hacking Coughs,
Sore Luii?s, c;r!pTHiJneu-
riunia auei Bronchitis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow. n:ro
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Ej CoiiRh Syrup. Priec, .
Don't be imjKJseel iijo:i.
KetU'C lilt .:-a.t: s --j:-: i:..c , :
is not a 1 I" I'll'.! s
Saltmtion Oil cures Khct;r!tsti.-n,
Ache IJii..T. i5jctA.
Bright eyes ate an infallible index
to youth nic-j windows from which
Cupid shoot his arrows. Reeky
Mountain Tea makes bright eyes. For
sale bv T. H. Thomas.
Pretty iron Beds, brass trimmed
Beautiful bedroom suits, large French plate 1 4. 7E
Solid oak dining room chairs,
carved back, brace arms OCJL
Large arm rockers, G CZ
carved backs, saddle seats .
Liree solid oak center tables,
24 inches square
Large solid oak combination bookcases, 1 Cl flfi
French mirrors w J
Solid oak sewing rockers,
Fine woven wire springs,
Wool top mattresses, goci
Solid oak extension tables, polished finish
42 inches square
Large fine tufted couches
Good all wool carpet
Good oil cloth, per yard
Extra heavy linoleum,
Good tapestry carpet,
Golden oak dressers, with large French
Mahogany polished finish music
Hanging hall racks.
French plate mirrors , ..
49c, Oak or mahogany
23c taborets at
103 to f07 East Second Street, Davenport.
Made easy by reading
our list below. (Jive
us a call. Your erdcr
will receive prompt attention.
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Swee U'otatoei. uarro ts.
rresse3 Turkejs. Dressed rhick
eas DreRd Ducks, lreert
i-ese. Wild Ducks, tuail,
FresiiFi-sa. Dysters, Clains.
11 SjcondAve. "'Phone 1031 ,
Throngs of happy men, women,
Happy when they come, happier when they leave.
All want useful g fts for father, for husband, son,
or sweetheart. They
and cents command
come because their
more than anv-
where else. Our complete line of Holiday Goods
Big Line or
on display and we have extra salesmen to as
our customers in making their selection from
Our New Year's Spread.
NOW HEADY FOII
We are showing the Swell Line
of umbrellas for ladies and
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
FINE KERSEY CAPS
KID SILK LINED
FINE FANCY HOSIERY
PATENT LEATHER TRUNKS
Call at our store and look
at our liae of winter suit
ing. From our large
line it Is an easy matter
to select gods for your
New Year's Suit
Prices Guaranteed. Workman
ship and Style Unequaled
J B. ZI51MER,
Co'J and cougn cures are numer
ous, but tae rne mat Jeans all otters I
in merit, is Foley's Honey and Tar, 1
1 For sale by all druggists. j 1823 Second Ave, Bock Island.
1 WO BI TORE.
OIVE TINV MTTLK PRICE