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THE AR& US. TUESDAY. FEBKTJAR 19. 1901 .
WATHB WE MAY HAVE
Fair tonight and Wednes
day; colder tonight; contin
ued cold IPcdncsda?.
J. Af. SITERIEIt, Observer
Today's temper afure-at 7
a. 77i., 7; at 3:30 p. m., 3.
Lent begins tomorrow.
Watch this line March 1. ,
Wait for the Dunlap bat.
Bay a home of Beidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Burn.
For real estate, E. J Barns.
State Seal cigars are successful.
Try Morrison's State Seal cigars.
See the Doran light at Wilcher'a.
List your property with Beidy Bros.
La Flora de E. D. T. 10-cent cigar.
Knox hats have arrived at Lloyd's.
W. W. springs at $1. H. F. Cordes.
Knox, the young man's hat, ' at
Property for sale or rent. A. Bush
Knox, Knox, Knox, Knox, at
Wool top mattre-ses at $1.75.. H.
Formal opening of the new Bur
lington depot tomorrow.
Chamber suits from $ 12 upwards at
H. F. Cordes' removal sale.
Wait and get the "kcrrecf'Btyle in
Dunlap hats at Stewart's.
Dancing school at Beselin's hall to
night. Admission 25 cents.
Fine golden oak combination' book
case for $8 at II. F. Cordet
Knox, Stetson and Longley spring
styles now ready at Lloyd's.
Spring goods are arriving daily at
Miss Byrnes' millinery store.
Photographs of the high school
ruins for sale at Blakslee's studio.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
it noon hour at Harms' restaurant
Photographs of the high school
ruins for sale at Blakslee's studio
Golden oak sideboards. French pat
tern plate, at $9 0 at H. F, Cordes'.
. The democratic city-township com
mittee meats at Turnejr hall tonight.
The moat complete line of cookiog
utensils in the city at Summers &
D you want to sell? List property
with A Rash & Co., room 6, Baford
High back dining room chairs,
gold oak finish, at 50 cents each at II.
Ladies' $1 fleeced lined wrappers,
challenge price 55 cents. Young &
A new shoe merchant arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dolly
Eleven-quarter cotton blanket in
tan and gray checked, worth $1.50,
new 98 cents.
The Tri-City Press .club holds its
regular monthly meeting at the
The referee in the C. A. Spancer
bankruptcy case has declared a divi
dend for the creditors. :
May Johnson and Grace Smith were
lined $5 each by Magistrate Stafford
today on disorderly charges.
Ten-quarter cotton blaoket, mottled,
in brown and bKcfc, 90-cent value, G9
cents Young & McCombs. -r -
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call on Hal) & Hemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
W. L Ludolph is out with an an
nouncement cf his candidacy for the
republican city attorneyship nomina
tion. Room 15, Mitchell & Lynde build
ing, is the place for bargains in real
estate. Hull & Hemenway. Tele
Peter Wolf, a patient at Marbonia
hospital, Davenport, attempted, to
commit suicide by stabbing himself
in the temple with a pocket knife. He
will live. .
Why should you pay 60 cents per
yra lor carpet when von can get the
tame at 42J cents at II F. Cordes' re
White enamel curtain poles, four
leet lcng, silvered tips, brass sop
ports, worth 20 cents, now 12J cents
Young & McCombs.
Ethelbert Nevin, the composer, who
, uiea banaay ox heart disease at ew
Haven, Conn., was a coasin of Mrs.
Charles A. Barnard, of Moline.
Ladies' go?d. filled watch, fitted
with genuine American movement,
. fully warranted. Challenge sale price
oniy f xoung s Mcuombs.
Company A gave its regular dance
after drill last evening. It was one
of the best of the season, fully a hun
dred couples being In attendance.
Twenty dozen of men's extra super
merino half hose, natural colors, lsfj-
HLJB flaw mAM3U0 Tfg
f COUGH SYRUP &
monia and Bronchitis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, 6iire
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough. Syrup. Price, 25c.
Don't bo imposed upon.
Kcfuse the dealer bulrbtiliuc ; it
is not as ?ood as Dr. Bull's.
Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism,
Acnes aratPaiaa. is te. 35 els.
m uiim-i m mil 1. wjwwi 1
i m.ii Miiiiim r - n- 7 rii
cent quality, challenge sale price 9
cents a pair. Young & McCombs.
Cambridge id to have a modern 2-
story bank building to be erected dur
ing the coming season at a cost of
$6,000: Drack & Kerns drew the
The temperature dropped 19 de
grees last night, the official thermome
ter registering 26 at 10 o clock last
evening at 7 above at 7 o'clock this
Jacket clearing. All our $8, $10
and $12 50 and some as high as $20,
will be closed out at our challenge
prices. $9 50 down to $2.98. Young
& McCombs. -
All parties indebted to the late Dr.
J M. Silvia may pay the same to me
at my home, 2531 E:ghth-and-a-half
avenue, from 8 to 12 a. m. Mrs.
Margaret Porter, administratrix.
' Extra heavy suitings, suitable for
ladies' walking skirts, in black, navy
and oxford gray, value 50 cents for
tnis sale, challenge sale price
cents per yard. Young & McCombs.
The fire department had a run this
morning to the Lome of W. A. De
uroot, 1422 Third avenue, where a
fire of soot iu the chimney filled the
upstairs with smoke.' There was no
Challenge tale of muslin under
wear. Women's good muslin gowns
at 34 cents, corset covers at 8 cents,
children's drawers at 7 cents, under
skirts at '25 cents. Young & Mc
Combs. The will of the late George Stocker,
of this city, was ' probated today in
the county court. .The property of
testator, real and personal. Is left to
his widow, Elizabeth Stocker. who is
named as executrix of the will.
Mrs G. M. Kerns is giving a thim
ble party to ladies of the Broadwav
Presbyterian church this afternoon in
honor of her mother, Mrs. J. W
Garner," and sister, Miss Mary-Gar
ner, who are visiting here irom
Forty-inch all wool silk finish Hen
rietta, 38-inch all wool serge, 49-lnch
worsted suitings in checks, plaids
and fancy mixtures. 40-inch all wool
plaids, worth up to bo cents per
yard. - Your choice of lot challenge
sate price zo cents per yard. loung
We have just opened a new impor
tation of fiue china dinner sets, 100
pieces in each set. They are a close
copy cf the $35 Haviland dinner sets
the decorations are in light brown
and lavender, and we offer them for
this sale at $19 50. Ask to see them.
Young & McCombs.
Bids for "the construction of the ex
tensive-addition to be erected this
summer by J'eere & Mansur, of Mo
line, were opened yesterday by Supt
Barclay, it is understood that seven
bids were offered by local contractors
and the figures quoted on the con
struction of the. factory building
itself ranged about $75,000.
Canvasser John B. Arthurs was
much encouraged by the results that
attended his work in behalf of the
new t teat re project the latter prt of
last week, and has decided to continue
now until ha has made a personal
visit to all those whose names he has
on his list. He is satisfied the enter
prise cn be successfully put through
this week if committeemen will give
him desired assistance.
Tomorrow being Ash Wednesday,
there will be celebration at Trinity
church, as there will be each Wednes
day during lent, at 7 and 10 a. m.,
the litter service including matins
and an address. Every Friday dar
ing lent there will be matins and lit
any with an address at 10 a. m. and
even song and address at 7:30. Rev.
George Kaltenbach will assist the rec
tor, Kev. Dr. R. F. Sweet, until after
S. S. Davis, of this city, and C. II.
Dsere, of Moline, have been in Wash
ington for the past few weeks, and
good results are already apparent
the appointment as special national
bank examiner of F. J. Kinney, of
Rock Island, and the recommendation
by Secretary of War Boot of a $130,-
500 appropriation to complete the
deepening of the bylvan waterway.
Whenever Messrs. Dvis and Deere go
to Washington something is sure to
Accident la Davenport. -
Kigine 1236, of the Rock Island,
eastbound with a freight train, coliid
ed with and smashed a switch engine
in the company yards at Davenport
this morning. I he accident was
caused by an open switch. The 1236.
which was in charge of Engineer W.
U. Bennett and Fireman A. B. Nelson,
was only slightly damaged.
- Attack. Bock Island Water System.
The Moline city council last night
decided to proceed with the installa
tion of a mechanical filtering system.
Mayor Wessel took occasion to pick
to pieces the Bock Island reservoir,
claiming a mistake had been made in
its construction, which, in his opin
ion, was causing the spread of typhoid
Economic League Formed.'
A twin-city Economic league has
been formed with W. J. Archer as
president, C. R. Walker, vice presi
dent; Fred Bauh, secretary, and C. F.
Pimpe, treasurer. ,
Kindles anew the fires of youth.
It's the head of the works. The main
spring of life. Rocky Mountain Tea
made by Madison Medicine campanr.
35 cents. T. IL Thomas' pharmacy.
Nebraska Caucus a Failure.
1 Uui-oln. Neli.. 1. Only fifty-nine of
I lie ispventy-two Republican members
of the legislature attended last night's
senatorial eaueus. None of the eight
original bolters was present. Six bcl- i
lots were taken without result. . '
Thursday, February I4th9 1 Will Place on Sale
OIDID CHIXS, IDITT-LlSrS JJSTJD COUCHES.
These are samples made by one' of the largest manfaclurers in the East, for photographing their line and were bought from 25 to
Per Cent less than the market price. We have decided to give Oar Customers the benefit of this sale by giving you an Opportunity
buy PARLOR FURNITURE, from 25 to 50 Per Cent less than they can be bought any where else.
PARLOR SUITS. .
1 Handsome 5 Pieco Parlor Suits, regular price $5,
saie price f j j. qq
5 Piece Parlor Suits, regular price $35, sale price. 24,00
1 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....... 14.00
Rococo Couches, regular price $15, sale price. . . ... $10.00
Couches, regular price $25, sale price 17.50
Leather Couches, regular price $50 00. Sale
Price " 35.00
Sale Will Continue
W. S. HOLBRQOK.
(03 to 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
Sale Will Continue
Where to Buy
And what to buy for your
Sunday dinner made easy
by reading over our list.
See list below.
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
S wee tPotatoes, uarrota,
Water Cress. Celery Root,
Green Onions, Mushrooms,
Turnips. New Potatoes,
. .lift --"
C Bananas, Apples.
Malaga grapes, htrawoemes.
Pine apples, Florida Oranges.
Dressed Turkeys Dressed Chick
ens Dremed Ducks, lressed
Geese, Wild Ducks.
Fresh Fish, Oysters.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
Spring Hats are
Knox World Renowned Hats
aie conceded by all well
dressed men to have a style
and a tone.
All their Stetson Hats, you
know the quality, all styles.
-The Longley Hat, best $3
Hat made. You can get cor
rect styles, correctly fitted
at the correct price.
Lloyd's is the Place.
Hafper House Block;
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 medicine now,
sell while the weather creates a demand and sell
at the busted trust price.
Is arriving daily and we
"have already on display
a large line of Spring
Suiting. Call and see.
our line and select your
Style, . Fit and Workmanship
Guaranteed to be the
J. B. ZIMMER,
182S Second Ave, - l ock Island
ell Good' Rubbers Only, the
Celebrated Boston and Bay
State Make. ; : .:
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.