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THE AE&PS, FBIDAYi APJRUL, 12, 1901
TSXATHEK WE MAY HAVE
1 Rain tonight and Satur
day; no decided change in
J. AT. S3ERIER, Observer "!
Today's temperature at 7
a. m. , 44; at 3:30 p. m.t 45.
Bicycles at Hynes'.
Bicycles at Wilcber's.
Foot fitters. Dolly Bros.' "'
Longley f 3 hat at Lloyd's.
Men's shoes at Dolly Bros'.
Straw bertles at Iless Bros'.
Wear Knox hats; at Lloyd's.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Burrs.
Columbia bicycles at Lloyd's.
Men's shirt waists at Lloyd's.
Who's your hatter? Lambert.
Telephone 4604 for cab service.
Spring chickens at Iless Bros'.
Watch Arcade window April IS.
Dressed chickens at Schroedex's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Watch Arcade window April 13.
Property for sale or rent.,1- A. Bush
&Co." " '
Attend the removal eale at Eck
hart's. Gasoline stoves at John T. Noft
eker's. Dressed chickens at Maucker &
The next, April 18. at the M. E.
Potatoes 10 cents a peck at S. J.
Leave orders for cabs at the Crown
Jack snipe and wild ducks at II.
Grand values in men's $ 10 suits.
Sommers & Lavelle.
Spring stjles of men's shirts at
Sommers & LaVelle's.
Tee bast wall paper cleaner 15
cents per can at Eckhart's.
New peas, green beans, caulillower
and egg plant at Hess Bros'.
Nobby caps for toys 25 and 50
cent?. Sommers & LaVclle.
Buy your poultry netting and wire
fencing at John T. Noltsker's.
Head lettuce, tomatoes, asparagus
and mushrooms at Hess Bros'.
Boys' wai3t3, detached bands, 48
cents at Sommers & La Velle's.
Bring your wheels to Hynes, Sev
enteenth street and Fourth avenue.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
it noon hoar at Harms' restaurant.
A large line of refrigerators at the
lowest prices at John T. Noflsker's.
" Do you want to sell? List property
with A Rush & Co., room 6, Buford
Full lino of fresh vegetables and
fruits can be found at Hess Bros', to
morrow. Cabs at your service by leaving or
ders at the Crown restaurant or tele
A car load of rocking and dining
room chairs just received at Clemann
Early Ohio seed potatoes, onion
seeds and garden seeds in bulk at
Maucker & Tonn's.
New 1901 wall papers in the latest
designs and colors. Killmer & Sibley,
330 Twentieth street.
Prices guaranteed to be the lowest
on carpets, rugs and furniture at
Clemann & Saizmann's.
Plenty of choice dairy butter and
strictly fresh eggs always on hand at
Maucker & Tonn's grocery.
Plaited neglige shirts in new swell
spring patterns, 'at Lambert's, suc
cessor to Stewart, the hatter.
Clemann & Salzmann will 6ave you
money on carpets, rugs and furniture.
See their immense line for spriog.
Ladies' patent kid shoes in all the
new styles at $3 and f 3.50 at the
Leader", opposite the Harper house.
For your supplies of fresh river fish
call on II. Lorenzen & Co., 2125
Fourth avenue. Fresh stock received
Special for Saturday Fancy silk
band bows, three for 2d cents, "worth
20 cents each. The London.
We have the Nethersole shoe with
a heavy extension sole for $2 50. The
Leader, opposite the Harper house.
Look well-dressed at a moderate
cost. Wear Stein Bloch fc Co. suits.
We sell them. Sommers & LaVelle.
The smallpox quarantine was lifted
from the family of Frank Pearson on
Thirty-eighth street yesterday.
Saturday special 4 dozen stiff-
bosom shirts, $ 1 value for 48 cents, at
Lambert's, successor to Stewart, the
M. D. Rosen Geld, of Moline, and H.
Gtfisler, of this city, have jointly as
sumed the management ot the local
branch of the Chicago Brewing com.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Cronp,
Whooping-Cough and Measle-Cough
without i'aiL All mothers praise it.
Doctors prescribe ifc for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe,- Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, sure results.
Price. 2s cents. Refuse the dealer's substitute.
i mr iQJ-rwi l ill'
Always cures when others fail,
fir. Built P29 curcCoutlpaUco. go pals 104
pany. Mr. Rosenfield has resigned as
auditor at tne woodmen omce, a pos
ition he has filled fonr years.
For real estate and reliable Insur
ance call on Hull & Hemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele-
Ice cream social at the Christian
church Friday evening, A 10 cent
lc-jh from 5 to 8. Program at 8
The recital by Mrs. Lund at Angus
tana college next Monday evening
promises to be one of the musical
events of the season.
- ,W repair typewriters and guarau
tee the work. We handle all the lead
ing brands of supplies. Davenport
fresn cue carnations u cents a
dozen, nice assorted roses 20 cents,
American beauties 38 cents a dozen
Saturday at McCabe's.
We buy, sell, rent and exchange
typewriters. Davenport Typewriter
exchange, v. fil. Beam, manager, 128
Main street, 'phone 140.
Apollo club concert. Male chorus,
Henry Willis Newton, tenor, orches
tra,; high class entertainment at the
First M. E. church April 18.
The Russian blouse for childrea,
ages 3 to b years, is the proper thing.
We have a large assortment in wash
suits and serges. The London.
Hats all the very latest Stetson
and Guyer hats. Guyer, $3; Stetson,
I3.5C. The London, or course.
Henry Willis Newton is one of the
best a tenor that no ono outclasses,
Hear him at the Apollo club concert
at the Hrst M. E. church April 18.
Wall paper, wall paper, wall paper.
Special sales and prices for Saturday.
Watch our windows. Killmer & Sib
ley. 330 Twentieth street. 'Phone
liacK, 11 you want a hack, day or
night, call up 'phone 4102, or rest
dence 'phone 4621. Rubber tired car
riage at your service. Charles
The seats in Spencer square have
been distributed and given a coat 01
paint greener than the grass which is
so rapidly coming into evidence on
that small oasis.
Charles W. Lasher, of Davenport,
has let the contract for the hot water
heating, plumbing and gas fitting of
his new nit building in that city to
Allen, Myers & Co. -
Watch Tower camp 3627, M. W. A.,
of South Rock Island, has invita
tions out for a hard times ball to be
held at its hall at Center Station
Now is the time to buy your negli
gee shirts for summer wear. We
show the greatest line of Manhattans
and Emery shirts, cool fabric hot
members. The London.
Business men's attention. Don't
classify signs wrong. They attract
the buyer's attention. Let us renew
your signs, iiillmer k bibley, 66k)
Twentieth street. 'Phone 4081.
A wagon load of iresh cut flowers
for Saturday at McCabe's. Carna
tions and roses' 29 cents a dozen,
American beauties 33 cents a dozen.
Eirly comers can get all they want.
A down town couple who went to a
social function in Davenport in a cab
last night were charivaricd before
starling by a misguided crowd. It is
rumored that the cabby had a finger
in the plot.
Joseph Schieberl, who is past 90
years of age, fell down stairs at his
home on Eighteenth street and Fourth
avenue last .evening, and sustained
a scalp wound and other injuries
which may prove serious.
John Titns has moved his shoe re
pair shop from 1924 Fourth avenue, to
the rear of the Leader shoe store and
invites his friends to give him a call.
Ladies' half soles 35 cents and gents'
60 cents a pair.
Miss Theresa Free was pleasantly
surprised by a number of friends at
her home, 2109 Fourth avenue, last
evening, it being her 18th birthday.
Games were played, after which re
freshments were served.
Our suits 'fit, but that isn't all;
they hold their shape. The trouble
with most ready-made clothing is that
they fit when you buy them; then it
is but a short time before they "fall
down" and get out out of shape. Not
so with L. Adler Bros. & Go's, and
Alfred Benjamin & Co's. makes. They
hold their shape as well as any first
class merchant tailor suit at half the
price. Suits made by the above firms
are from S15 to S-'j. Xou Know us
C. J. Searle, president of the board
of trustees of the Western Illinois
Normal school, returned last night
from Springfield, where he went to
meet with the board to ign the con
tract awarded to the Tri-City Con
struction company of Davenport for
the building of the school at Macomb.
In view of tne criticism of the action
of the board by a Chicago newspaper,
at Mr. Searle's request Got. Yates
was at the meeting of the trustees and
approved the contract.
10. H. W. Horst to Emil Peterson,
part lots 10 and 11, blck 2, C.
Lynde's add.. Rock Island; SI, 400.
Elizabeth HamJer to George W.
Eamler, n 72 feet lot 1, block 1,
Bailey Davenport's second add., Mo
11. Oscar Roseen to Carl Oscar
Rose, e33J feet lot 10, block P. Moline
Water Power company's add., Mo
Mothers of good judgment and ex
perience give their little ones Rocky
Mountain Tea this month, keeps them
well. 35 cents. Mado by Madison
Medicine Co. T. H. ThoniaV phar-J
macy. : - " '
LADIES We have made a special
effort this season on our $3 lines,
and for style, snap, quality every
thing that goes to make a fine shoe
you will find condensed in our
In our West Window Just Notice those $3 Patent Kids.
H PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
WlaFce'StheL3 eitra Glutei, witnwft jaln. -Mrs. W H.
wl J&.JKS2. SES ESS?"
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2.50 and op
FILLING $1.00 and np
. Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street a4 Third Avenue.
Is the only requisite f jr
complete success in garden
ing, and it must ever be
born in mind that no satis
factory results can be ob
tained from poor stock. On
the quality of your seed de
pends the future of your
garden. You may rest con
tent if your soil contains
the seed grown by
J D. M. Ferry & Col, Detroit
We have made seeds one of
the important branches in
the study of our business,
and we do not hesitate in
declaring ourselves in pos
session of the best.
SEEDS IN BULK
is our specialty, and we
compare prices favorably
with all competitors. We can
supply the most extensive
gardeners. Try our seeds.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
We have just received a large
assortment of Solid Silver
Spoons, Knives and Forks,
Ladles, Carving Sets and
Fruit Knives in the new
French grey finish. Call and
see our line.
BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF RICH
MANUFACTURING JEWELER AND
You can find on display
at our storo the largest
and finest line of spring
suiting and overcoating
in the city.
Call and See Our Li sic. Prices
Style, - fit and work
' mauship fully guaran
teed to be the best.
J. B. ZIMMER,
1823 Second Ave, . Bock Island
H X tl A tl fV '
Gome and see the Qur Boys' Cloth- It does not cost
spring beauties in
ru-iA f 4.U lnS wiI1 please much to clothe
Children s Cloth
ing mother. the Boy here.
"Pretty ' Russian Bright, fresh and A swell line of
Blouse Suits with comfortable Suits Sailor Suits-some
knickers and Silk are here for the with gorgeous
Collars. little fellows. trimmings.
New Ideas in A guaranteed sav- Stand-the-Racket-Childrens
Cloth- ing of 50c to $2 Suits made to roll
ing. Come and on every Child's and-tumble-over-see.
We can please Boys are delight- Your Boy wont
you, the parent, ed with our swell cost you so much
the boy and the line of Long Trou- if you buy your
purse. ser Suits clothes here.
NO PLACE LIKE
For Boy's Clothing.