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TJBLC AK&US, THURSDAY. JAN 0 All Y 31. 1901.
WEATHER WE MAT HAVE
Genera lly fair tonight and
Friday; colder Friday. '
J. Af. SUERlEIt, Observer
Today's temperature at 7
a. 777., 16; at 3.30 p. m..J3.
Stoves at Wilcber's.
Ask. for Dolly's cigars.
Wax candles at Shields1.
Bay a borne of Reidy Bros.
Church candles at Shields'.
For Ins a ranee . J. Barn.
For ra&Testate. E. J Barns.
Dolly's cigars ask for them.
Kummage sale. Dolly Bros.
$2.50 ladies' saJe, at Adams'.
State Seal cigars are successful '
Two more dajs of Adams' sale.
Try Morrison's State Seal cigars.
List your property with Keidy Broe.
rienty of rabbits at S. J. Apple's
t 'i 58 ladies' shoes, $2 50 at Adams'
Two moie days, that's all, Adams.'
M. & K. for rubber footwear
Head the announcement of the
ace cigar store
All new styles Is 0 at Adams1 sale
of ladies' shoes.
tomorrow, l'hone 1031.
Those genuine mountenac ragrlans
reduced to 13.U5 from f 22. M. & K.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
" at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Some mighty pant bargains at 99
cents, $1.39. fl 69 and $1.95. M. & K
Wax candles for church purposes
25 cents a paund at Shields' cash
Buy your boys' and men's rubbers
at the M. & K. it means a saving of
15 per cent.
List week of the $1.98 shoe sale at
the Leader shoe store, opposite
The Crescents and the Naval Re
serves play basketball at the Armory
Genuine imported cigars on sa'e at
tho Palace cigar store from 5 cents to
three for 50 cents.
The stage of water at 6 a. m. was
7.50 and at roon 8.20. The tempcia
ture at noon was 20.
Dora White was lined $5 and costs
by Magistrate Stafford this afternoon
for disorderly conduct. x
A fine line of all wool kersey over
coats reduced to $7 95 these are
$12.50 values. M. & K.
A tine line of men's all wool oxford
overcoats at $7.95 and $9.95 these
are $12.50 and $15 values.-Mi & K.
. M. & K. have p aced on sale a swell
line of men's shirts at 50 cents
among them are some of the $1.50
Boom 15, Mitchell & Lynde build
ing, is the place for t argains in real
estate. Hull & liemenway. .tele
Fine all wool black and blue kersey
overcoats, excellently trimmed and
line titters $7.95. reduced from $12 50.
M. & K.
M. & K. are gelling men's and boys'
rubber footwear the celebrated Bos
ton Rubber companv'et make prices
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call on Hull & liemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
Four soloists with the Northwestern
Glee. Banjo and Mandolin club. Sen
ior class of high school. Harper't
Miss Irene Rosenfield gave a card
party at her home on Nineteenth
street last evening in honor of Miss
Ellen Bnnton, of LaSalle.
You can buy a genuine mountena
ia the raglan style, former price $22,
reduced to $13.95 this is the awellest
t coat in town M & K.
The Palace cigar store takes pleas
tire in announciBg they are ab e to
offer a choice selection of imported
cigars ranging in prico from 5 cents
to three for 50 cents.
Fancy costumes, clean and new, for
entertainments and macqm-rades; also
trimming at Ottesen s, 222 YVe9t sec
ond street, Davenpjrt
Northwestern G'.ee, Banjo and Mm-
doiin club concert under ibe auspices
of the senior class of high school,
Harpei's theatre Feb. 16.
Mi3s Annie Sundquist, who is suf
fering with rheumatism, was yester
day removed from 709 Twenty-second
street to Mohne in the ambnlance.
Hess Bros, will have plenty of fresh
fish tomorrow namely halibut, Colum
bia river salmon, perch, trout, whi.c
fijTh snipltu hprrincr and lriht.ir-
, , 0
Owen Jordan was thrown from his
cutter this morning near Sixth street
and Third avenue aid sustained some
COUGH SYRUP g&
Sore Luntrs, Grippe, Pneu
monia and Bronchitis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get-Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrnp. Price, 25c
Don t be imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer's Millitiite ; it
i not as jcr'"! RH JJr. liuli's.
Salvation Oil cares Rheumatism,
Acnes and Pains. 15 & 23 ct..
painfal bruises about the chest, be
sides possible internal injuries. He
was tkn to Jns home at 6C6 Third
avenue, where Dr. E. M. Sala attended
S. Baker & Co are having the build
ing at 1314 Thud avenue remodeled,
intending to open a wholesale liquor
store at that number about Feb. lo.
Rabbi Hirach at Harper's theatre
tonight. Subject. 'F-cts and Fiction
about the Jews." Good seats at the
Y. M. C. A. or box ofiioe at 50 cents.
Noble McConnell reported tt ttie
police Jast night that an overcoat and
a pair of trousers has been stolen
from his room at the Commercial
Seventrala. the hypnotist, resumes
his engagement at Harper's theatre
tomorrow night, wnen one lady will
be - admitted free with each 30-cent
"We have cheaper raglans and
cheaper niountenac overcoat, but the
finest, which we fold at $22, have
taken a tumble to $13 95, a.d it's the
swellest oat in town." M. & K.
Call and see us for a pair of trous
ers, and if they give satisfaction in
price and fit then you will know
where to co for your" spring suit.
Filter & Co., 328 Twentieth street.
Elmer and Charles Stork, 14 and 11
years old, were declared dependent by
a jury in the county court yesterday
and were taken to the manual training
school at Glenwood today by State's
Miss Amy Lancashire, who, since her
return from her experience in New
York, has been ill at the Moline city
hospital, is doing nicely and will soon
be out. She is able to "be up, but has
not yet been discharged.
Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Ludewig last
evening entertained the Royal Cinch
club at their home on Nineteenth
street. Mrs. Henry Krell and Dr. E
M. Sala captured first prize", while
the other prizes fell to Airs. W. S. Mc
Combs and George Schneider.
W. II. Healey has received a chart
of the hall in which the Jeffrics-Ruh-lin
fight is to be pulled off, for the
guidance of those from this locality
who may wish to take in the mill.
Tnay can pick out their seats from
the chait and telegraph their order to
J. O. Cummings. a former resident
of Davenport, was killed by a train in
Chicago Monday night. His mangled
body was found on the Metropolitan
tracks near the Halste street station
Mr Cummings was 40 years old and
went to Chicago in 1&93. He was a
marblecutter by trade. He leaves a
sister and several other relatives in
AugusYana college students aired
their grievances against the teacher cf
Swedish last night before Dr L
Holmes, of Barlington, Ijwa, presi
dent cf the board of d rectors of the
and Prof. C. W Foss, presi-
dem of the college.
It will be remem
bered the i-tudsnts a few weeks ago
voted to abandon the study of Swedish
because of what tbey termed the un
reasonable exactions of their instruc
tor. Dr. Holmes will lay the matter
before the c liege directors for adjust
ment at their next meeting. The
board will alo hear the teacher's side
of the case.
A MATCH FOR A MILLION.
Winnies n WrestUns Boot the Foun
dation of a Fortune.
"Had I caught my trr.:u that night."
laughed the man who lias had nothing
to do for si quarter of a century but to
sit and watch pine trees grow to swell
his bank account, "I would probably be
a farmer now trying to raise a mort
gage and a few other things. I had
gone to a little tovn in lower Wiscon
sin to see a colt that a man tliero want
ed to sell. I was a good judge of stock
and pretty shrewd on a trade, but a
greener country lad never broke Into a
town. 1 would have walked Lack to
the farm after I found myself too late
for the train, but I saw a handbill an
nouncing a show that night and could
not resist the temptation to see it.
though it did cost a auarter.
"Id my hilarious appreciation 1 was
more of an entertainment than they
had on the stage, especially as I was
utterly oblivious to the fact that I did
not look like any one else In the audi
ence. Toward the end of the perform
ance a huge fellow came out, tossed
cannon balls In the air, held men out
at arm's length and lifted heavy
weights. After this showing of bis
prowess he offered $10 to any one
whom he could not throw Inside of
two minutes. I was the crack wrestler
in all our section, though none present
knew it, and I felt as though the chal
lenge was aimed directly at me. I
turned hot and cold during a few.seo
ouds of extreme, silence. Then I sprang
up and as I came out of my old blouse
shouted. Til go you. b'goshT
"There was a roar of laughter," and
then some of those about me urged me
not to go up there and have my neck
broken. But one old man told me to
go in and do my best. It was a tough
job, but I finally threw the giant al
most through the floor with a hip lock.
There was a little hesitancy about giv
ing me the $10, but the crowd shouted
until I got it- Tho old man took me
home with him, and in a week I had
charge of all the teams in his lumber
cainps.vln time 1 became a' partner,
and he cleared the way to make me
rich. That was really a match for a
million." Washington Star.
Hade Young A calm.
One of Dr. King's New Life Pills
each night for two weeks has put me
in my 'teenaagain," writes D. II.
Turner, of Dempheytown, Pa.- They ''re
tho best in the world lor liver, stoni
fch and bowels. Purely vegetable.
Never gripe. Only 25 cents at Hartz
& Uilemeyer'a drag-store. " ,
Commencing Monday, Jan. 14th, Ending Feb. 1st. Fifteen Per Cent Discount
n Everything In Furniture and Carpets in the Entire Building. We Have Just What We Advertise
and Do Exactly What We Say.
Clothes Costumers, solid oak.
Solid oak glass Cupboards,
Best velvet Carpets with borders to match,
Fine woven wire springs,
Solid oak extension tables, polished top 6
feet long. 4 lncnes square
Impressive Bargain Events
That at our store you can
always find any and every
thing in the grocery line.
See our list below:
Wax Beans, Cucumber,
S wee tlJotatoes, carrots.
Water Cress, Celery Koot,
Green Onions, Mushrooms.
Oranges, Grape Fruit,
Malaga grapes, Strawberries,
Dressed Turkejs. Dressed Chick
ens Dre-s-d Ducks, Pressed
Uaese. Wild Ducks.
Fresh Fish, Oysters, Clams.
1620 Second Ave. 'rnone iuu r
Can be straightened by
Gamble Shoulder Brace
For Men, Women and Boys. -A
SHIRTS TO MEASURE.
SUITS TO MEIMJKE.
LLOYD'S SHIRTS FIT.
LLOYD'S SUITS FIT.
FOR SHIRTS THAT FIT TRY US.
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
To Make Room
For our Spring stock
we will, during the
month of January,
make a 15 to 20 per
cent discount on all
winter suiting and
and see our stock.
Now is your chance.
J.: B.: ZIMMER,
THE TAILOR. .
1823 Second Ave,- Rock t-land
Solid oak Diners,
brace arms, net
Bedroom suits, golden oak finish, 3 pieces, 14 OS
large French mirrors : lTTeO
Your choice in any all wool, 2 ply carpet, 55 C
Solid oak Sideboards, large ones, large French 1 1 ff
plate mirror net ...... ... MM JJ
W w JkJ
M kJ J
Solid oak folding Bed, anv
W. S. HOLE
103 to 107 East
We know it's late in the season, that your wants are sup
plied but the more unseasonable the time, the more
tempting are the bargains. We sympathize with -the'
man who cannot afford a new suit at these prices.
Men's All Wcol Suits that were Sold for $8.50, $13 50 and $15.00 Values No v
$9 00 and $:o at :'
$i 3.50 and $15.03 Values Now $9 95.
$8 50, -$9, $10 Men's Suits Reduced to $4 95. :
$n 95 for Men's Suits that Were $1650, $18
5695 for Men's Suits Worh $10 to $12
$6.95 ' $11-95
$11 95 for Men's Suits that Sold for $16 50, $18
$695 for Men's Suits Worth $1000 to $12 00. and. $.19.50.
Some Mighty Pant Bargains at
Second Street, Davenport.
139, $1.69, 1.95
Cotton lop mattresses, any size, r S r
Solid oak center Tables, 21 in. top, -g y
net f JO
Solid oak Chiffoniers, .a
Large solid oak combination bookcases, -g g
Greatest Sale of the Season.
. - M