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THE AEGDS, MONDAY IFEBRTJAIt g 4. 1901.
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VTEATHilS "WE MAY HAVE
- ivzir tonight- and Tuesday;
colder tonigM. ' v , ' f;
J. SI. SHERIER, 'Observer
Today's temperature at 6
a. m.tI2; at 3.30 p. m.t 19.
Ask for Dolly's cigars. r ?
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
Buy a home ol Keidy Broa.
For Insurance E. J. Burrs.
For real estate, E. J Burns.
Dolly's cigars ask for them.
State Seal cigars are successful.
Try Morrison's State Seal cigars. '
List your property with Keidy Bros.
Company A holds a - dancing- party
at Armory hall tonight.
There are no new smallpox develop
xnents in Davenport today.
The moathly meeting of the city
council will be held tonight. ' ;
The public library board holds a
special meeting tomorrow evening.
Thirtv-five cent merchants lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Last week of the $1.98 shoe sale a,
the Leader shoe store, opposite
Harper house. . -
Room 15, Mitchell & Lynde build
in", is the place for bargains in real
ctatft. Hull & Hemenwav. Tele
The Rock Island Democratic club
holds its regular monthly meeting to
morrow night at Turner hall.
Jacob Stofft, of Moline, is to be ap
pointed supervisor to fill tha vscinev
' caused by the death of Gus M. Ford.
M. D. Bosenfield. of the Woodnen
hcad oilice clerical force, is to strive
"for the city clerkship of Moline in the
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call on Hull & Hemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
- The Induct, ial lloaie association
met yesterday to f urti e; arrange
ments for the annual fa'r to be held
Thi etntro nf water at the Rock Is
land bridge was 7.70 at 6 a. m. and
7.50 atnoon.. .The temperature at
noon was 14.
We guarantee first-class ' workman
ship and style for anything in the line
of ladies' tailoring. J. Fech, lSlt?
Davenport lawyers are observing
. John Marshall's anniversary today.
There is "to be a banquet at the Kim
ball house tonight
the night hideous.' After the host
voH faiiori tn hi tiff the musicians with
a shotgun he took them in and showed
them a gooa time.
A special session ' of the L Q. O. F.
lndfreigto be held in Moline
next month. The meeting is to be
rietrnttri tn the conferring of the erand
lodge degree upon all the past grands
of the lodges within this territory, to
be followed by a school of instruc
tion, and social festivities. '
Judffe Charles V. Porter 'and Miss
Lncia J. LAwlessi :a former Moline
public achoor teacher, were married
r 97 nt Tt.r.hitnches. La. The
ceremony was performed by Bishop
Thev have cone to house
keeping in Natchitoches in a beauti
ful home recently purchased by Judge
roner. , . f. f
The dimihutiveness'of a motorman
on the Milan street car line was respon-
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sible lor a number oi persons wm"s
frnm thp.ir snhurban homes- to their
work in the city this morning. The
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motorman is so snort mau -o.
barely see over the dashboard and
persons plodding through the snow
in sight of the . caf gesticulated in
vain. This motorman either ought
to nlace waddinff in his boots or re
tire in favor of a taller mam
I hd failed to blnff the musicians with , - -
g JAN. 21-
As we did not get this
Sale ucder way until
The past Thursday we shall
Continue for this week
To sell shoes for fun.
STAFFORD A DEFENDANT
IN CIRCUIT COURT SUIT.
Judge Ramsay convened the circuit I
r.nnrt at 2 o'clock this afternoon,
Jadcre Gest beinjr in Morrison hearing
a case in which Judge Ramsay is per-
aanallv interested. A jury was im-
tmnelfed to try the case of J. W. Cru-
dup vs. W. K- Roberts, the p'aintilT
asking $15,000 for damages sustained
; fall in 1898. while em-
wnicn -air. iioueris was ; iuo
Ken worthy & Kenworthy appear
for the plaintiff and Jackson & Hurst l
for the defense.
State's Attorney Weld has filed a
petition in the circuit court for a
man iamii3 compell'in? Magistrate
Stafford to enter judgment and issue
.n .Tnnlmn ncrainKt VV. II. EiStman
for the line of f 75, which was imposed
nnrin him hT .ft 1UTV 1U . BtaUOra S
nnnrt fin thp. charsre of barratry. The
noininn ia nntfired at the susrsrestion
of the masristrate, who holds there is
an irregularity in the procedure and
nichoi tn va relieved from the re
sponsibility of passing upon its valid-
ity nimseii- .
V P. Buchanan, of Moline, who
r.roiofonifil in n. (lam acre suit in the
,.nnrt la at. ' wifik. has : filed a
nrDinn in n. Knit RrrniriSt LC . KJ-
Rcam-. of that city, for f 10,000
Read Large Cards in.. Windows for Prices.
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One- Door West of Young & McCombs.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I aad four teeth extracted positively painless. I'cheerfully recommend to the
public that the doctor's anaesthetic is perfectly harmless for elderly people ai well
the young. T. O. Faits, M. D.
I had six teeth extracted without oaln. The doctor Is very careful In his ex
traction. I recommend him highly. C. W. Donald, 107 Fourth avenue.
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I hftfl elKut teetn crownru wuu gum auu uvc buiu iuuuk au yv ifc
lutely painless Miss Afnes Berpendahl, 559 Twenty-sixth street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
aJL Mrs. Martin Jacobson. 461 Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen Iram an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 3227 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS. . . . .$2.50 ad up
FILLING $1.00 up
. EXTRACTING 5QC
i VZere1 to Select lit
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
Consultation Free, .
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.
eductions at the f
Your fruit and vegetables
need, never bother you.
Read our list and you will
always find a complete line
of all seasonable fruit and
Wax Beans, . Cucumbers,
Tiio int.f. Parisian stvles for ladie'
lai-'or-made suits have arrived at John
Pefch's ladies' tailoring establishment,
1812 Second" avenue. ;c
ThA fnf.nltv of Ano-ustana Conserva
tory of music will give a Schuman
concert Monday evening. Feb 4, in
'the college chapel. Admission 25
Fanpv costumes, clean and new, fcr
entertainments and masquerades; also
trimming at Ottesen's, 222 West Sec
ond street, Davenport. ,
Mrs. E. Strate 'observed her birth
ridT anniversarv Saturdav bv enter
taining a number of ladies at her
home on Eighteenth street. '
The ladies of Trinity guild will give
a coffee at the home of Mrs. McDaniel
Wednesdav afternoon from 3 to 5.
Friends are cordially invited. ' ;
The annual banquet of the distiict
employes of the Prudential Insurance
company is to be held tonight at the
St. James hotel in uavenpori.
The Davenport city council, in com
mittee of the whole, "Saturday recom
mended the passageof " the Rock Is
. land road track elevation ordinance.
It i3 understood there "is a scheme
on foot in the republican camp to
" spring George W. Pleasants as a dark
horsoin the race for the police mag
School woik at the Academy cf the
Visitation, which was omitted today
on account of the death of Sister Mary
Llo-ouri. will be resumed; tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
During the past year Island City
camp No. 309, M." W. A., expended
$777 for sick members and $176 for
Y, MY" a? Tiff 1 fr members.- Certainly a
good record for one camp. .
The fire department was summoned
last night to the home of Aid. Con
cannon on Second avenue, where a
defective fine had caused a small
blaze. ' No damage. '
The Young People's association of
the Broadway Presbyterian church an
poances a box social to be given in the
babbatfh school room Tuesday even
ing, Feb. 5. A short and interesting
program . has been arranged. Both
oldand young are invited. Coffee
served free. t
A serenading - party Saturday
night called upon Mr. and Mrs. Thad
'Carpenter at-their home -on -Twenty-seventh
street, and made a portion of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures Cough
or Cold at once, -.Conquers Croup,.,
Whooping-Cough and Measle-Cough
w'ilhouB faH."" All mothers praise it.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
. Hoarseness, Grippe,-Pnettmonra. and
Consumption. Quick, sure results.
Prlc? 2S cents. Refill the dealer's substitute.
KNIGHTS VISIT GALESBURG.
Delegation from Loras Council Assists In
Instltotlns Ntw LoiHe. -
a lAloriiinn nf GO members of
Loras council, Knights of Columbus.
assisted in the institution of a new
intern nf the order at Gal-sburr ves-
terday, those going from Rook Island
Loino- V.. .T. Summers. J. T. Shields,
Henry Burns, T. F. L Velle, Joseph
fiAiffPr. John Burns and W. P. urium.
I The others were from Davenport and
Mnline. Anion? the visitors at uaie-
Kiiror were also lartre parties from
nhlnacrn. Peoria and Chilhcothe. The
nova i-onnoil starts with 50 members.
Following the ceremonies there was a
. 0 . . y 1
tarn net. ti xne vi'iiors were ryj
nraniM. Grape Fruit,
Malaga crapes, Strawberries.
Pine Apples. Florida Oranges.
Dressed Turkeys. Dressed Chick
ens Dressed DucHs, Dreased
Jfresh Fish, Oysters, Clams.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
5 o336".9" .9 P. ...9 9........$-
B Announcement I
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.
EVENING WITH SCHUMANN.
n.. vntortKtnment Airaneed for Ton'clit
' at the College. , '
Tonight occurs- the third entertain
ment in the faculty course of . Augus
tana C"llese and Theological semin-
arv. It will ba aa exposition of
Schumann by the faculty assisted by
the chapel choir. The program:
Biographical Sketch. .. ...... ;
: Mrs. Mary Searls-Penrosc
Noveilette. Op. 31. NO.1 tar. rciciouu
(a) Ichkann's nich fassen, ) .
ncbtrUuben t ; , .' . 1 ;
(Icannot.Idirenov belieTeH Mrs. Eua Lund
(He, the best of all ) , I
tsaiikcene. up. v
Miss Johnson and Mr. Peterson
(a) Traumerei Op. In. No. 7 1
(b) Fugue on Natce, Bach.' - )-Mr.B.odrors
.. Op. C No. 6 S t.i
(a) Valnotstradet (Walnut 1 i.,t
v ' k. tree) Mrs. Edla Luna
(b) Widmunsf (Dedication)... S
1 . YMrtltn On 10.1
Messrs. D&aitia cjm-..
(a) Lotus Flower I Chapel Choir
(ol Gjpst Life,... . ... . ...
Dates for the followmg evenings
are: Reading. Mrs. Mary Searis-Pen-rose.t
Feb. 25; violin recital, Franz
Zadeler, March 11; vocal recital, Mrs.
Edla L.und, April 10; tne iacuny,
Here Is Your Oppor
A fresh lot ot genuine Unpotted
cigars, our own Importation, has
just arrived in the following
, S15? 3 for 25c, 10c, 2 for 25c and
- 3 for 500.
These are the finest goods,
and at the lowest prices It has
ever been our Rood fortune to
effer the cigar buying public
. , Kesp ectiveiy,
1701 Second Avenue.
Men's All Wool Suits that were Sold for $8.50,
$9 00 and $10 at
$8 50, $9, $10 Men's Suits Reduced' to $4 95-
$695 for Men's Suits Worth $io,to $12
$6 95 for,Men's Suits Worth $1000 to $12 00.
$13 50 and $15.00 Values Now
$13.50 and $15.00 Values Now $9 95.
$11.95 for Men's Suits' that Were $16 50,
' ' and $19.50.
$11.95 for Men's Suits that Sold for $16 50, $18
and $19 50. , ' : '
New Term. v
Augustana Conservatory of music
and Aneustana Business college begin
. . D . m Cl K
tneir new terms xueauaj,
Fifty-four graduates of th business
college have been placed in good po
sitions in 14 months. The demand is
greater than the supply.
Aithnnch almost absolute immunity
jlaTscclired for a pcrtofl of sir months
by vaccination, more- ts. no ccnamtj
that Its effects will continue beyond
that time. In the majority of cases.it
,irM hut the Interval Tfor which this
additional benefit Is enjoyed is variable.
FJence those who nave stuaieu ine
mttnr most oarofnllv recommend a
frpsh ' oneratiori if more . tllan sis
months have elapsed since the last one.
to b'eril. as In time' ot1 an epldcmrc
write na that thevlhavo
artlved the nroblemiof keeping' their
ctiiidrcn well. Give them Rocky
i Mountain Tea each week. A blessing
! ro mother and child. T. H. Thomas'
To Make Room
For our Spring stock'
we will, during the
month of January,
make a 1 5 to 20 per
cent discount on all
winter suiting '..and
overcoating . Call
and see our stock.
- Now is your chance.
Mighty Pant Bar g
oor ..3Q. S. 69. 1. 95
gr ' 7 w .
ains at I
J. B. ZIIMER,
1823 Second Ave, Rock Island
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tje. Bull a Pills cur Soratipati on. 50 pals io
I pharm&cyh -itj -i: ::ti.-.,h