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THIS ABB-US, THUBSDAY FJBBEUAIl if 14, 1901
WEATH1B WE MAY HATE
Generally fair lonigM and
Friday; warmer tonight.
J. AT. SHERIElt, Observer -
Today's temperature-at 7
a.m., 10; at 3:80 p. m., 29.
& McCombs' chal-
St Valentine's day. '
Steel ranges at Wi'chcr's.
Bay a home of Beidy Bros
For insurance E. J. Burrs.
Fresh codlish at Hess Bros'.
Rubber boots at Dolly Bros'.
For real estate, E. J Burns.
Bock Island Girl 5-cent cigar. "
State Seal cigars are successful
Try Morrison's State Seal cigars.
List your property -with Beidy Bros,
La Flora de E. L. 1. lU-cent cigar.
Property for sale or rent. . A. Rush
Challenge sale. Young & Mc
Supper tonight at Central church
Cook stoves at Summers & Co.
from f 17 up.
All pictures and medallions at half
nrice at Eckhart's.
Muslin,' linen and silks at Young &
McCombs1 challenge sale.
Picture day Saturday at Young &
McCombs'. See window.
Call up phone 1031 for your fresh
fish tomorrow. Hess Bros.
As the Harro'd stock grows smaller
the prices grow sharper at McCabe's.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms1 restaurant.
Do you want to sell? List property
-with A. Rush & Co., room , Buford
Lucile Wilson was fined $5 by Mag
istrate Stafford yesterday on a disor
Eckhait rents card tables, chairs,
dishes, knives and forks and also
There's a "bust" in the trust and the
price of rubber footwear has taken a
tumble. M. & K.
The Harrold laces and embroideries
draw the crowds to McCabe's. Prices
are less than half value. "
Journeymen Baiber' union Xo. 113
ia tn crivp its n n mi 4.1 dnpi lit the In
dustrial home March 7.
Every piece or yad of Harrold
stock must be Fold tnis week at Mc
Cabt'a.' Prices will do it.
All that is left of the Harrold stock
is cut deeper in price for Friday and
Saturday selling at McCabe's.
Have you read about Dennis"
wi.tn tne rortnwestern i,uiversi;y
Glee clubs? Look in these column.
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call on Hall & Hemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
The second an onal ball given by the
Rock Island Fuel company boys occurs
at Turner hall Saturday, Feb. 16.
Tickets 50 cents.
Room 15, Mitchell & Lynde build
ing, is the place for bargains in real
estate. Hull & Hemenway. .Tele
phone 4804. '
Hess Bros, will have plenty of fresh
fish tomorrow, namely: Whitelish,
trout, halibut, smelts, salmon and
herring. Phone 1031.
Fancy costumes, clean and new, for
entertainments ana masqueraaes; aiso
. trimming at Ottesen's, 222 West Sec
ond street, Davenport.
The Davenport health authorities
discovered another new case of small
pox last evening, the victim being:
John L. Logan, aged 19
Mrs. S. A. Cook has opened a dry
goods and general notion store at
1107 Third avenue and wishes her
friends to call and see her line
We've decided to take our medicine
at once sell while the weather creates
a demand and sell at the "busted" trust
price. Read display ad. M. & K.
lhe kock . Island, btove company
yesterday began running fall time in
all departments alter naving run on
half time since last May. Prospects
are favorable for an extended period
1 eay, have you seen Sapho? No,
but I am going' to hear "Dennis,"
soloist, with the ' Northwestern col
lege boys. In concert at Harper's
theatre Feb. 16. for the benefit of the
senior class of the high school.
Carrie Dean, who has been confined
in the county jail 90 days for repeated
drunkenness, finished her sentence
' and was released today. She was es
corted to the Peoria . train, on which
- . she l6ft-for Galva. ' She was not peni
tent, but declared she would cuuie
back here and get drunk again. . .
Rev. J. L. Da vies, formerly a ni'ts
" sionary in China," will address the
Ladle ' Missionary societies of the
Broadway Presbyterian chnrch tomor
row afternoon and evenin? at the
church. His subjects are to be: Af-
Tk. f Pkina-"
IClUUUUi - A UD 111:1 UC9 VI ' -Uiu)
evening, "The Women of China." ,
The rew passenzer station of the
Davenport, Rock Island & Northwest-
era railway, situated at tne loot oi
Seventeenth street, will be opened
Saturday. Feb. 16, and all passenger
trains on this line win arrive and de
part from there after that date. For
scnedme ox trains, note tne time caru
column in this paper.
Do not foreet the opening of the
new passenger station at the foot of
Seventeenth street of the Davenport.
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
. The Women's Improvement gaild of
Trinity Episcopal church met yester
day afternoon at the residence oi ivirs.
Walter Johnson. Officers were elect
ed for the year as follows: Mrs. H.
S. Bollman, president: Miss Clara
Whitman, vice president: Mrs. C. S.
McDaniel. secretary, and Mrs. T. J.
The senior class of the high school
have secured with great trouble and
at considerable expense tne iNortn-i
western University Glee, Mandolin
and Banjo clubs to give the customary
benefit concert for tbem. J. he com
bined clubs carry with them-40 peo
ple, four of whom are soloists, xney
should be heard by a large crowd at
Harper s theatre baturday. even'ng.
Feb. 16. Tickets are 50 cents. Re
served free. The reservation began
this morning at Bleuer's.
H. Dockuru yesterday afternoon was
removed from St. Anthony's-hospital
by his nephew and taken to Mason
Citv. III. He was in business about
nlteen months at lauu xnira avenue.
After a long and useful life as a drug
gist, a soldier in the civil war, ana a I
printer in his latter life, he made an
honorable living lor mmseii as long as
health and strength would permit.
Then disease and lack of proper care
finally undermined bis constitution ana
soon he was thrown on the care, mer
cy and ministrations of a few friends.
His relatives were notified and they
promptly acted in the emergency.
Thursday, February 14th, I Will Place on Sale
QHDXD OHATIS, IDIT'IsrS -A-HSTID COUCHES.
These are samples made by one of the largest manfacturers in the East, for photographing their line and were bought from 25 to. 50
Per Cent less than the market price. We have decided to give Oar Customers the benefit of this sale by giving you an Opportunity to
buy PARLOR FURNITURE from 25 to 50 Per Cent less than they can be bought anywhere else.
' Handsome 5 Piece Parlor Suits, regular price $5,
sale price $33. OO
b Piece Parlor Suits, regular price $35, sale price. . . 24.00
! 5 Piece Parlor Suits, regular price $70, sale price. . . 50.00
ODD CHAIRS AND DIVANS.
Old Chairs, regular price $6. Sale price $ '4.00
Pretty Divans, regular price $14, sale price 10.00
Handsome 3 piece Parlor Suits, regular price $20.00,
sale price 14.QQ
Rococo Couches, regular price $15, sale price $10.00
Couches, regular price $25, sale price 1 17.50
Leather Couches, regular price $50 00. Sale
Sale Will Continue
W. S. HOLBRQOK.
103 to 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
Sale will Continue
Kow to Save Time.
In preparing your Sunday
dinner. Read our list and
select your order and then
. phone your order. Phone
orders given prompt at
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Sou d bunches.
Water Cress, Celery Root,
Green Onions, Mushrooms,
Turnips, New Potatoes,
NABBED FOR SHOPLIFTING. f 'FRUITS.
rbree Girls From Thl Side Arrested In
Two erirls from this city named
Marray and another named Nesbitt,
who range in age from 11 to 17 years,
were arrested at St. Ooge's storo in
Davenport . yesterday evening for
shoplifting. They were all in an ad
vanced state of intoxication and put
in a Daa mgnc at me ponce eiauou.
rhis morning, at a hearing before
Justice Finger, thty said they had
been drinkioir in a salcon ran by a I
man named Welcbman. On account
of their youth the justice let them off
with a lecture upo payment 01 mo
costs. Wtdehman was also nrougnt
into court and given a piece of ihe
judicial mind, bemjr given to under-
- .a.,. I
stand tht prosecution would ioiiow
his next violation of the law against
furnishing liquor to minors.
Oranges, Grape Fruit,
Malaga prapes, Strawberries,
Pine Apples, Florida Oranges.
Dressed Turkeys. Dressed Chick
ens Dressed Ducks, Dressed
Fresh Fish. Oysters, Clams.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
Cable, Feb. 14. Thomas Wanless,
Charles Eldred and Thomas Miller
visited in Rock Island over Sunday.
Charles Clark and lady, of Cream
ery, were in town oaiuraay.
. Mrs. Samuel Baker, of Rock Island,
was here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bensrston are
the proud parents of twins, a boy and
a erirl, born last luesday.
George Dawson has eone to Des
Moines. Iowa, where he will work in
the mines. -
- John Dawson was home over Sun-
dav from Davenport.
D. H. Smith and wife have opened
on the Cable hotel.
The spelling school at District No.
4, west of town, last Wednesday even-
in", was a success.
Mrs. Jane Whan, of Aledo, visited
at the home of Ross J. Parker, east of
town, last week. -
Mrs. Milt Pershing and James Ryan
visited at Sherrard Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E M. Scott, of Sher
rard. visited here Tuesday.
Fred McAtee and wife, visited with
Mr. McAtee's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Date McAtee, near Viola, Monday.
, Can be straightened by
Gamble Shoulder Brace
For Men, Women and Boys.
A free trial. .
SHIRTS TO MEASURE.
SUITS TO MEASURE.
LLOYD'S SHIRTS FIT.
LLOYD'S SUITS FIT.
FOR SHIRTS THAT FIT TRY US.
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
3 u win uur r
enres liackiner Couehs. 1
.Sore Lungs, Grippe,Pneu-
moma and. Bronchitis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death ? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. - Price, - 25c.
Don't be imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer's suWitnie ; it
is not as pT! as Dr. Bull's.
Solvation Oil cures Rheumatism,
Aches nd Fains. 15 & as cts.
Feb. 12. Bemamin Nvenbuis-to
Minnie Freers, 72 acres swj, 23, 16,
John C. Fulzier to C. W. Schricker
and J. C. Schricker, lot 9; Knaack,
Moller Kistcnmacher and Speller
man's division, Island A, 17, 3 w, $95.
Mary Conqueror by heirs to Oscar
E. Apple and Charles G. Apple, lot 6.
block 13, Chicago or Lwer add.,
Rock Island, $1,000.
Licensed to Wed.
Wi liam McCullocb
Mrs. Alice Mumcrt
Jens Peter Petersen
Mrs Mary Wlckhlad
Alfred J. Larson
Mis Selma Johnson
.... .Rack Island
... ........ Moline
P 11 en moo la Cam be Prevented.
. This disease always results from a
cold or an attack of the grip and may
b prevented by the timely use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. That
remedy was extensively used during
the epidemics of la grippe for the past
few years; and not a single.- case has
ever been reported that "did not re
cover or that resulted in pneumonia,
which shows it to be a certain pre
ventive of that - dangerous disease.
Chamberlain's Coogh Remedy ( has
gained a world wide reputation for its
cures of colds and grip. For sale by
all druggists. : - '
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Is arriving daily and we
have already on display
a large line of Spring
Suiting. Call ' and see
our line and Eelect your
Style, Fit and Workmanship
Guaranteed to be the
Tumble in the
No trustNo bust.. Allee samee there's a bust
in the Rubber Trust and the price of Rubber
Footwear has taken a tumble. (
We've decided to take our merchandise now,
sell while the weather creates a demand and sell
at the busted trust price.
life SeI Good Rubbers Only, the
j. b. m
1823 Second Ave, - : Rock lslaiid
Celebrated Boston and Bay
There's none better, if any quite as good. You'll
find a decided saving in buying your Arctics,
Felt Boots and Rubber Footwear at the M. & K.