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THE AE6C8.T7f5DNESDAY. APBLL 24, 1901.
Pharmaceutical Association Is
sues Prospectus on Annual
TO BE HELD HE2E JUNE 11, 12, AHD 13
Outline of Program Arranged For
the Entertainment of the
A prospectus gotten out at Spring
field in connection with the annual
meeting of the Illinois Pharmaceutical
association to be held in this city
June 11, 12 and 13, containing a syn
opsis ol the daily programs and set
ting forth some of the attractions to
be found by visitors in this vicinity,
is now ready for distribution by State
Secretary R. N. Dodds and Local Sec
retary William Ullemeyer.
The sessions will be held at the Y.
M. C. A. auditorium, and there will
b no program at night. All busi
ness will be disposed of by the after
noon of the 12th, and on that evening
a reception to the visiting delegates
and their families will be given by
the Bock Island Club. The last day
will be devoted to a trolley trip, with
the local druggists as hosts, to Rock
Island arsenal. Black 11a wk s Watch
Tower and Moline. One of the fea
tures of the program will be the read
ing of competitive papers on the
subject "Iraue Interests" br mem
bers of the association, a cash prize
being given to the author of the best
A Good Meeting Assured.
Much interest is being &hown in
this year's meeting, and the character
of the convention being largely social.
an exceptionally good attendance of
druggists and their families is looked
for. Kates of one and one-third fare
from all points in the state and St
Jxuis have been secured on all rail
roads, same to be obtained under the
The local arrangement committee
consists of the following geotlemeo:
W. II. Marshall. W. Ullemeyer, T- II.
lDcmas, u. J A. bcimidt, A. J
Riess, J. Canode and Hecry Sohrbeck.
WEiVTIIilH. WE MAY HAVE
Generally fair tonight and
Thursday; no decided change
J. M. SHERIER, Observer
Today's temperature at 7
a. m.t 46; at 3:30 p. m.t OS.
Bicycles at Hynes'.
Golf caps at Lambert's.
Weckel's best flour $1.05.
Longley $3 hat at Lloyd's.
Morning light 5-cent cigar.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Wear Knox bats; at Lloyd's.
Morning light 5-cent cigar.
Flour, Weckel's best, fl 05.
For insurance, E J. Burns.
Gasoline stoves at Wilcher's.
Columbia bicycles at Lloyd's.
Men's shirt waisia at Lloyd's.
Wrho's your hatter? Lambert.
2.0 shoes fl.08 at Dolly Bros'.
Canned corn 5 cents at Weckel's.
Package coffee 11 cent3 at Weckel's
List your property with Reidy Bro?.
Property for sale or rent. A. Rush
Canned tomatoes 7.1 cents at
Prunes, 30 pounds for $1, at
Flour cans 5'J cents at Eckhart's re
Crucible ware for cooking ct Sum
mers & CoV.
See the new walking hats at Young
Oranges. '96 size, 30 cents per do.en,
Granulated sugar, 18 pounds for $1,
Wall paper cleaner 12 cents at
See Summers & Co's south window
for the new cookiDg ware.
Buy your wall paper of Young &
juct'jmuj, ana save money.
Bay your new spring jacet, $3 75
ana up, at loung & McCombs .
Slaught-ring prices at Kckhart's
removal sale. See ad, page four.
Bring your wheels to Hynes. Sev
enteenth street and Fourth 'avenue.
A roai and a switch engine rubbed
together at the Q. switch track at the
f ot of Seventeenth street last night,
Powder M (
the latter leaving the track and suf
ft-rintr felitrht liiraiw.
a o 1 i
The place to save money on votr
.... . - - : wr-
mmiuery is at louog & McComb.
Dd you want to sell? List property
with A. Rush & Co., room 6, Buford
Now is the time to buy your flower
and garden seeds at Young & McCombs'.
Have you seen those red heads and
blue heads, the very latest in bicycles,
at uavid JJon'sr
Buy your window shades at Eck
hart's 9 eents for felt and 19 cents
for cloth shades.
The Uanan shoe for men, the best
on earth the Leader sole agent. Op
posite the Harper house.
Leonard Cleanable refrigerators and
Quickmeal gasoline stoves, the world's
best, at David Don's.
O. II. Besse was fined f 3 and costs
tiis morning in the police court on a
charge of disorderly conduct.
All linen neglige shirts, pleated
front and buck, are the very latest.
Lambert, the furnisher, has your size.
The condemnation case that has
been before the county court for over
a week went to the jury this after
noon. For your supplies of fresh river fish
call on II. Lorenzen & Co., 2125
Fourth avenue. Fresh stock received
Charles Kolls entertained a num
ber of his friends with a stag party
at his home on Twelfth street last
Helio, cadet blue and pink are the
new colors shown in underwear by
Lambert, successor to Stewart, the
The Douglas shoes are union made.
every pair guaranteed f 3, $ 3.50 and
ft. The Leader, opposite the Harper
Visit our ladies' suit department
Thursday. Special inducement of
manufacturer s line. Young J& Die
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call en Hull & Hemenway, room
id, Mitchell & Lynde building, lele
If you need a bicycle this year it
will pay you to see the sky high
Crescents and lellow fellows at
Special showing of manufacturer's
man-tailored suits. You can save
from 2 to 5. All day Thursday
at loung & McCombs'.
j. no iestive dandelion s again
abroad in the land and women with
baikvts and long knives pervade the
pastures soma oi town.
I buy my wall piper of George
o . i: rr . I i .
ouuiiiic utusc i caii Tci a vroou as
sortment to pclect fiom, and take it in
all, I buy so much cheaper there."
Mr9. M. G. Maxson, for three years
in-c:tv saleslady lor L). Hoy Bowlby
has te&igned and has taken a similar
position with the Schlegel-McNevin
i iano company, of Davenport.
The activity at the Brandenburg
millinery store demonstrates the tren-
e al recognition which this store has
obtained as the center of tri-city mil
linery interest, and where up-to-date
styles are combined with the lowest
The "Professionals" and a picked
team, all from the Woodmen head
otlicc, played a game of baseball at
the Twelfth street park yesterday
afternoon, in which the latter were vic
torious, 8 to 7.
The Peoria railway is selling off
the dwelling houses which now oc
cupy its property on the north side of
First avenue, and which will bo re
moved from the property next month.
Bids are being received by Mr. Cable.
Rock Island District Court of Honor
No. 31 -will give a social dance and
card party after the regular meeting
Thursday evening, April 25, for mem
bers and their families only. Admis
sion free. A full attendance is re
quested. Senator Payre has succeeded in
getting through the senate the bill
authorizing the consolidation of the
street railway sy.tenis in Davenport,
Iowa, and Rock Island and Moline, 111.
The bill passed by an almost unani
The regular nnuual meeting of the
Woman's auxiliary of Trinity church
will be held at the rectory to
morrow afternoon at 2:30. A full
attendance is requested, as officers for
the ensuing year and delegates to the
diocesan convention will be elected.
Be sure to brinir vour mite boxes. '
C C. Coyne, the well known Port
Byron druggist, is to cast his
future wltn Moline, having pur
chased a lot on Fourth avenue in
the eastern part of that city, on
which he is to erect a 2-story brick
buildiug, haif of which he is to occupy
ai a urug store.
According to the newspapers of
that city, a 50.000,000 plow trust
was launched in Chicago yesterday.
C. II. Deere, head of Deere & Co , of
Molme, is one of the leader of the
combination, and may be made its
president. It is said other local plow
manufactories may become involved.
l v v r i d
Island City Crup 509, Attention.
All members are requested to meet
at M. W. A. hall Thursday, at 1 p. m .
to atterd the fune al of decea ed
neighbor, William Tnieme. Neighbors
from other camps invited.
G. H. McKowk, V. C.
E. F. llKLrExsrEtX, Clerk.
thau tnul baking powders.
Frthconrxn fnnnit in Men
io. can inaj are TaJaaOJa.
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
$3 00 Shoe.
In our West Window Just Notice those S3 Patent Kids.
H PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & HcCombs.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I bad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully , ,,.
e youSlT'o0 Mnar?StheUO U perflotIy harm1 ieXSS"..VweU
I had six teeth extracted without pain. The doctor Is Terr caraful n hl
tractln-. I recommend him highly.-C. W. Donald. 107 Fourth avenue
WUX'rteen-thr'eiL5 e"re sdutely without pain-Mr. W H.
lutlyainli All work was.bso-
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My turns were not nn at
all. Mrs. Martin Jaco&son. 4616 Seventh avenue. K no1 "
My facn was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. Thev extraetnd th tnoin
without paln.-Charles Carlson, 3327 Third street and Fifth avenu"
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2.50 and up
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 and Third Avtnor.
The Finest Display
of Fruit and Vegetables in
the city can always be fonnd
at Hess Bros. Read below:
Wax Beans, Cucumbers.
Tomatoes, New Beets,
Celery, Oyster plant,
Cauliflower, Head Lettuce,
Parsley, Kgr plan.
Green Onions, Mushrooms,
Turnips, New Potatoes,
Hennuda Onions. Leaf lettuce,
Peas, Soup buDchoa,
Asparagus, Green Mint,
Naval Oranges, Grape Fruit,
Pineapples, Florida oranges,
Dressed Turners. Dressed Chick
cus. bpria Chickens Dret&ed
1620 Second Are.
You want the
best. The Parker
pens are the most
Every one guar
anteed. Call and
have us show you
the merits of the
Lucky Curve and
You can lind on display
at our store the largest
and linesl line of spring
suiting and overcoating
In tho city.
Call and ee Our Lice. Prices
Style, fit and work
manship folly guaran
teed to be the . best.
Those famous little pills. De Witt's
Little Early Bisers. will "remove
ell imparities from your system,!
ccaose yoor ooweis. make them reg
ular. B II B eber and Hartz & Uile
meyer. . -
1823 Second Ave, RjcH. Island
We're Making a
To sell the best line of nobby spring suits,
ranging in price from $10 to $15, ever sold
in Rock Island. We are doing it, too.
That's what we are. Right up in cut, in
style, in fit and shape, and simply a gor
geous line to select from.
The New Cut is the
broad shoulders and coat cut close fitting
to the form. Very swell, indeed, are the
new mixtures in cheviots and cashmeres for
spring wear the new high button vests, the
oxfords and series, unfinished worsteds, etc.
"For the Right Article at the Right Price, One Must
Go to the M. K." if You Find Any Prices
Below Ours, You'll Find the Quality