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' THE AEG US. MONDAY. rEBEUARlf 11, 1901.
WUHKUr 1 Ht fVllcSblUEi
Board of Directors Names Officers
for the Ensuing
ME- TOSS REELECTED PEESIDEBT
ReDorts Showing Charitable In
stitution to Be in Good
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows at a meeting jester
day of the directors of the Union Mis
President C. W. Foss.
Vise President Mrs. W. II. Gest.
Secretary and Superintendent G
Treasurer Dr. J. W. Stewart.
Chairman Finance Committee
Mrs. E. W. Hurst.
The board of directors is composed
of C. W oss, Mrs. W. II. Gest. Mrs,
E. W. L-"St, Dr. J. W. Stewart, J
F. Ro bin, on, Mrs. Julia RosenOeld,
A. Mosenfelder, K. Crampton. F. G
Youner, - G. H. Germann, William
Jackson, Dr. J. P. Comesys. Miss
Dina Ramser anl Mrs. W. li. Fer
nson. Miss Marv A. Curnick has
been reemployed as matron.
The annual reports of the presi
dent, secretary, superintendent, treas
urer and various committers showed
the mission to be in splendid condi
Far Reaching; Retail.
President Foss says in his annual
report: "The influence in this rescue
work cannot fail to be far reaching in
its results. We earnestly appeal to
all charitable people, to church, char
itable and county organizations to as
sist in the support of our mission in
its work to save, to educate, to ele
vate into a higher and nobler life the
little ones left destitute and home
less through the poverty or vice of
those who should bo their supporters
A noble, generous act carries with it its
own reward, and it may be innnite in
its results. What nobler monument can
one erect than-the saving of a human
life, the saving of an immortal soul?
Through our mission during the past
year many a young child has been
plucked from the haunts of shame and
vice and placed in happv. comfortable
homes surrounded by whatever is no
blest and best In life. '
allowed 10 shots and some excellent
scores were made.
The B. Y. P. U will have a new
century rally in the church parlors
ton orrow night.
Go to damp ton1 j for valentines.
Store open evenings to accommodate
Store not open till 9 o'clock tomor
row morning. Harrold stock will be
ready then. MeCabe's.
Wash goods worth up to 12 cents
at 2 cents a yard Tuesday, commenc
ing at 9 o'clock at MeCabe's.
Frtd Ehelnhart, representing John
Koch, will call upon the people of the
city for grinding shears ana knives.
The Thirty club will give the clos
ing dance of the season's series at In
dustrial hall next Thursday evening.
The little folks must "have valen
tines. Our line is especially adaptea
to their wants." R. Crampton & Co.
A beautiful love token for Saint
Valentine's day, Feb. 14. 1 cent to $5.
The best display in the city at Cramp
Room 15 Mitchell & Lynde build
Ins, is the place for bargains in real
estate. Hull & Hemenway. Tele
Fancy costumes, clean and new, for
entertainments and masquerades; also
trimming at Ottesen's, lit West bee
ond street, Davenport.
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call on Hull & Hemenway, room
15. Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
Pictures and picture f.aming. R
Crampton & Co carry the largest and
best stock of moulding of all grades
in the city.
The degree team of Independent
camp No. 28, M. W. A., gives its pec
ond annual ball at the Industrial home
George "Rastus" White, convicted
at Davenport of assault with intent to
kill, has been sentenced to four years
in the pemtemtiary.
Harrold's $1 corsets at 50 cents;
Harrold's 50-cent corsets for 25 cents,
commencinGr Tuesday morniag at 9
oTcioc at Mcuabe s.
The high school and Company A
basketball teams are to play a game at
Armory hall tonight.
be called at 8 o'clock.
PRICE BROS. &C0., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I i ad four teeth extracted positively painless. I'cheerfully recommend to the
public that the doctor's anaesthetic U perfectly harmless for elderly people ai well
the young. T. O. Feits, M. D .
I had six teeth extracted without naln. The doctor is very careful n his ex
tracting. I recommend him highly. C. W. Ponald, J07 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a bit. I had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain. Mr. W H.
Wise, 823 Fourteenth street, -
I had eight teeth crowned with gold and fire gold fillings. AU work was abso
lutely painless. Mias Agnes BergendahL, 559 Twenty-sixth street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
all. Mrs. Martin Jacobson. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen from 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 up
FILLING $1.00 and op
. EXTRACTING gQC
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examlnatioa 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 Arena,
How to Save Time.
In preparing your Sunday
dinner. Read our list and
select ypur order and then
phone your order. Phone
eductions at the
Wax Beans. Cucumbers,
The game will
WSATHKR WE MAY HAVE
Fair tonifjht and Tuesday;
colder tonight, with cold wave.
J. M. SHEIIIER, Observer
Today's temperature at 7
a. 77i., 23; at 3:30 p. m.t 20.
Ask for Dolly's cigars.
Valentines at Elkhart's.
Steel ranges at Wilchcr's.
Harrold stock. MeCabe's.
Bay a home of Reidy pros.
For Insurance E. J. Burrs.
Harrold's stock. MeCabe's.
Kor real estate, E. J Burns.
Dolly's cigars ask for them..
State Seal cigars are successful
. MeCabe's for the Harrold stock.
Try Morrison's State Seal cigars.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
MeCabe's for .the Harrold stock,
A cold wave is predicted for to
Larce selection of valentines at
Bur vour valentines at Younc &
The big challenge sale is now on at
Young & McCombs.'.
Harrold's fancy buttons, six dozen
for 1 cent at MeCabe's.
The onlv place to buy your valen
tines is at Eckhart's.
Harrold stock will be ready at v a
m. Tuesday at MeCabe's.
Valentines, valentines, valentines,
at Young & McCombs'.
Steel ranges and steel cooks at
Summers & Co. Prices jight.
Harrold stock all ready Tuesday
morning at J o clock. Mcuabe s.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant
. Sure, you can get what you want
! n vnlantinaa f Ynnnr. 1 f 1 "i m V a 1
Cast ranges and cast cooks at Sum
nicrs & Co. The most complete line
in the city.
List week of the f 1.98 shoe sale at
the Leader shoe store, opposite the
The Marlin Rifle club held a duck
shoot at the Elm street range Sulur
day afternoon in which about 40 gen
tlemen took part. Each member was
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croup,
Whooping-Cough and Measle-Cough
without faiL All mothers praise it.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness,- Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, sure results.
price. 25 cents. Refuse the dealer's substitute.
' Always cures when others fail. :
Cr.BuUi PHI cure Constipation. 50 pills 10C
Persons planning to have exhibits
at the industrial fair to open at the
roller rink Feb. 21 can engage space
at Thomas' drug store.
MeCabe's store will not -open until
9 o'clock Tuesday morning, at which
I time the Harrold 6tock will all ba
read v for sale at the new McCabe
County bupt. fc. J. tergnson an
nounces that the next annual insti
tute of the Rock Inland county teach
ers will be held in August. Last
year's institute occurred in March.
Commencing at 9 o'clock Tuesday
morning at DJcUabc s tne uarroiu
stock will be sold regardless of cost
or former marked prices. Early
shoppers will get choice pickings-
C. M. Hays, who, according to the
metropolitan newspapers, was born
in Rrrlr Talfinri. is naid to be ftlatfid fori 0;
president of the railroad consolidation
that .T. Piernont Morfaii is financier-1 JO;
Chris Donahoo was spilled but of
his cutter in turning a corner at
Fourth avenue and Fifteenth street
yesterday and was dragged same dis
tance in the snow. The sleigh was
An inquirv as to the sanity of Nix
on Biakely, the Black Hawk farmer,
who was taken in charge some weeks
ago by the sheriff for threats against
the lives 01 neighbors, is being made
this afternoon in the county court.
Kachael J. Vincent, of Moline, has
filed suit for divorce in the circuit
court, alleging cruelty against Kirk
Vincent, to whom she was married in
1878. They separated five years ago
Sweeney & Walker are plaintiff's at
Mrs. A. Wright, 4209 Filth avenue,
entertained a company of ladies at
cinch Saturday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. J. King, of Keokuk, lne nrst
prize was won bv Mrs. Dan Hartwell
and the consolation by Mrs. J. Giif
Horsemen were out in force on
Third avenue veeterday and there
were so tne exciting contests. In ac
cordance with the requests of resi
dents, the fast work was limited to
that part of the avenue lying below
The sew passenger station of the
Davenport, Rock Island & Northwest
ern -railway, situated at the foot of
Seventeenth street, will be opened
Saturday, Feb. 16, and all passenger
trains on this line will arrive and de
part from there after that date. For
schedule of trains, note the time card
column in this paper.
John Buford post No. 213, G" A R ,
is to observe Lincoln's birthday with
an entertainment at Memorial hall to.
morrow evening. -No admission will
be charged and all ol poldiers and
their families will be welcomed. Good
speakers hve been secured and the
talks will be interspered with music.
Do not forget the opening of the
new passenger .station at the foot of
Seventeenth street of the Davenpor,
Rock Island & Northwestern railway
Saturday, Feb. 16. It is modern in
every respect and well worth a visit
to see. For train service and connec
tions, see time card column in this
A beacon light to the sick and)
a dieted. A life-: encourager. Take
counsel with yourself today and nso
Rocky Mountain Tea tomorrow. Peace
and cofcfort follow its use. T H.
Thomas' pharmacy. v
Dressed Turtte vs. Dressed Chlck
- ens Dressed Ducks, Dressed
Fresh Fish, Oysters, Clams.
1620 Second Ave.
Here Is Your Oppor
tunity. A fresh lot of genuine Imported
cigars, our own Importation, has
just arrived In the following
Us, 3 for 25 e, 10c, 2 for 25c and
These are the finest goodi,
and at the lowest prices it has
ever been our good fortune to
oiler the cigar buying public
1703 Seoond Avenue.
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 Wool Suits that were Sold for $8.50,
' $9.00 and $10 at
$8 50, $9, $10 Men's Suits Reduced to $4.95.
$6.95 for Men's Suits Worth $10 to $12
$6.95 for Men's Suits Worth $10.00 to $12 00.
$13.50 and $15.00 Values Now
$13.50 and $15.03 Values Now $9 95.
$11.95 r Men's Suits that Were $16 50, $iS
and $19.50. "
$11.95 for Men's Suits that Sold for $16.50, $18
and $19 50.
To Make Room
For our Spring stock
vre 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,
1823 Second Ave, - . Rock Island
ome Mighty Pant Bargains at
99c, $1 39, $1.69, 1.95