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THIS AEBD8, WJEDNESDAlf, MAY 1, 1901.
VT FATHER WE MAT HAVE
Generally fair tonight and
Thursday; continued warm.
J. AT. SUERIER, Otxcrvcr
Today's temperature at 7
a. in.. Go; at 3:30 p. tti., 80.
Bicycles at Hy lies'.
Longley 3 hat at Lloyd's.
Morning light 5-cent cigar.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
Refrigerators at Wilcber's.
Wear Knox hats; at Lloyd's.
For insurance, E J. Burns.
Open tonight. 1 Dolly. Bros'.
Colombia bicycles at Lloyd's.
Men's shirt waists at Lloyd's.
Who's your batter? Lambert.
List your property with Reidy Bros
Shirt waists for men at Lambert's
Prorertv for sale or rent. A. Rush
Soring chickens dressed to order at
Fiebiir rrinds the lawn mowers,
twenty a day.
$13 75 dinner pet this week $9.98.
Young & McCombo'.
See the new pattern hats at tho
Brandenburg millinery store.
See the new Gainsborough hats at
Brandenburg millinery store.
Gee the Gainsboronsh hats at the
Brandenburg millinery store.
Ice cream Sunday a specialty at the
20th century forntam at mess .
For cut prices on crockery this
wetk go to Young & McCombs'.
Bring your wheels to Hynes, Sev
enteenth street and Fourth avenue.
The 20th century fountain soda water
is served from glass to glass atRiess'.
Opening display of tummer pattern
hate at Brandenburg millinery store.
Da you want to sell? List property
with A. Rush & Co., room 6. Buford
reduced prices on photos. YY ill com-
w a 1 K am nna , t, Ihn 1 1 l-ffl rip mnu
"1 m ' " i -j.
guarantee nrst-clas work.
We wint everybody near and far to
come hmI inspect our Dew JUth ceu-'s
turj foontbin, a noveJty, tne oniv e
eanitaiy fountain in the city, at Uiess j "
Remember "The Pirates of Pen- r$
.. . 1 . . , ... 1 fci-.
zan" at uarper s menno umrm
Thursday and Friday evening. Some
good seats may yet be naa ai uieuers.
Tbe Hart & Bahnsen company tc-
day certified in the circuit clerk'
o llice to an increase in the capital
ttock of the concern from $75 0C0 to
Will'ara Bnchholtz, who is under
$500 bonds for running a gambling
house, was locked up today at tne
coiintv jail on account of the with
drawal of his bondsmen.
The date of the baseball game at
Twelfth 6treet park between trie
married and single men cf the x.
M. C. A. has been changed from
tomorrow to Friday afternoon.
Allen, Myers & Co. have been
awarded the contract for installing
the hot water heating plant in the
new building being erected on Twenty-fourth
street by E. C. Heder.
Sheriff Cralle today took lijal-
mar and Carl Stork, of this city,
to tho state home for the feeble mind
ed at Lincoln. Hialmar had been at
tbe training school at Glenwood.
Tho board of ducation, of Tipton
iowa. has awarded tho contract for
the steam heating and ventilating
anraratus for the new high school
KniMincr to Allen. Mvers & Co., of I
Wishing to discard my old stock 01
negative plates, which have accumu
lattd since 1885, anyone desiring
duplicate prints made can get tbem
at a very small cost if the order is
placed within 30 days, at Hakalier's,
Mayor-elect Knox is now said to be
waveiing between 11 G. Brooks and
L. K. Eihl for chief of police, P.
Bancroft and J. W. Herbert for super
intendent of waterworks, and William
Gamble and Henry Lamp for street
A Fourth avenue car struck a team
5 v'v.-'i "' '. i-1 " . tsv
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.
West Window Just Notice those $3 Patent Kids.
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location Onb Door West of Young & McCombs.
Extracting; Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I a ad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cbeerfuty recommend to the
public that the doctor's anaesthetic is perfectly harmless for elderly people well
the young. T O. Feits, M. D.
I had six teeth extracted without pain. The doctor Is very careful .n his ex
tracting. I recommend him highly. C. W. Donald, 107 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a bit. I had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain. Mrs. W H.
Wise. 823 Fourteenth street.
I had eight teeth crowned with pold and Ave gold fillings. 4.11 work was abso
lutely painless. Miss Agnes Bergendanl, 559 Twenty-sixth street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
all Mrs. Mart'n Jaoobson. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My face was bally 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 P
FILLING $LQ0 P
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered.
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 Avenue.
to select your Sunday
dinner if you read the
Have a beautiful lawn by having
your mower ground at Fitbig's. 60
Special reduce J prices on photos to
visiting teachers, at Hakel'ier'a studio,
Fine display of furniture at the
new furniture store. i707-17G-l Third
avenue. John Spilger.
The Emanon club will give a dance,
the first of a gammer series, at iilack
Hawk inn Friday nigot.
Allen, Myers & Co. are doing the
plumbing in the residence of Frank
McMeekin, in Da-enport.
We are ready to serve you with all
kind of cooling drinks at the 20th
century fountaia. at Riess'.
Nice fresh assortment -of verbenias
and pansies for the garden at Brook-
Euan'd, successor to Eckbart.
Oar boys' good luck school sbon
from $1 40 to $1.65. The ueader, sole
agent, opposite Harper house.
For your supplies of fresh river Huh
call on H. Lorenzen & Co., 2l2o
Fourth avenue. Fresh stock received
Don't be humbugged by agents
Go to Hakelier, the leliabla paotog
rapher. and you will get your money's
The gentleman's straw bonnet has
been epruns. One of the vintage of
'99 was seeu on Second avenue yes
Save money by buying your screen
doors, lawn mowers, screen wire, gsr
dfen hose and reels at Youn? & Mc
For real estate and reliable Insur
ance call on Hull & Hetnenway, room
15. Mitchell & Lvnde building. Tele
The Pirates of Penztnce" by local
. talent at Harper's theatre tomorrow
and Friday evenings. Fine costumes
and charming c'aoru?.
William F. Wise and Miss Alice An
derson. both of this city, were mar
rid vesterdav bv B-v. G. B b:mons
of the First Baptist church.
The county infirmary committee
of the county boaid was at Coal Val
ley tday checking up reports pre
paratory to the Msy meeting.
The Women's Foreign Mission co
ciety of the Frst M. E. church will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Stevens, 1021 Twenty-first street.
Remember '-The Pirates of Pen
zance" at Harper's theatre next
Thursday and Friday evenings. Seme
good seat.-t may yet ba had at rlleuer's
The new bowling alleys at 407
Brady street, Davenport, are the lioct
this bide of Chicago, now open for
busine8. Ladies free auy morning.
Remember "Tho Pirates of Pen
zance" at Harper'd theatre nx'.
Thursday and Friday evenings. Sjtiic
good f cats may yet be had at Bleuer'a
Graduates from schcol? in vi
cinity are cordially invi.cd to vi.it
Hakelier's to take advantage of special
and wagon driven by a man named
Guintv on Fifth avenue and Tbirty-
eiirhth street this afternoon. The
horses were knocked down and the
driver thrown to i he pavement. Guin-
ty was slightly braised.
Automatic lawn mower grinders
have been discarded loner aro as no
cood. the same as tiling a mower
Fiebip- hand-grinds lawn mowers and
the result is a lirst-class iob. It takes
better mechanic and a little longer.
but O my, the difference.
There are four members of the
hoard of education to be chosen at
the annual election in June this year
President C. B Marshall beiner the
only one whose term does not expire
Two members are to be elected for
the 3-vear term, one for two years
and one for one year.
A hrrse belonging to W. T. Davis,
31 Thirteenth street, disappeared
from the stable on the premises last
eight and it is thought may have been
stolen. The door was thought to
have ben locked, but was found open
about midnight and the animal gone.
Dudley McCall was arrested today
bv Denutv SheriiT Andrews on a
capiat cbarsriDc with inhabit
ashantvboat witnout a license. iuc-
Call has been livins near the abaltair
and there is strong probability the
ch re ajriinst him cannot ba sus-
tiiu-i. as tne snaotVDoai ne innaoiis i i ; tv
is 100 fet from the water on dry I Vji-v-sr;J -rr
The Goshen (Ind ") News has gotten
cut h nrat illustrated history edition
oi its town, copies of which have been
sent over the country to show the
cood points of the community. It's
a commendable stroke of enterprise I
on the part of the News, and doubt
less is appreciated by the citizens, as
it should. Tne matter of the edition
is attractively arranged and present
ed and typographically is highly cred
itable to tbe publishers.
Wav Bears, Cucumbers.
Tomatoes. New Beets,
Celery. Oyster planw
i arsley. Head Lettuce,
Green onions, Mushrooms,
Turnips, New Potatoes,
Uermutia Onlons.Leaf Lettuce,
Peas, Soup bunches.
Asparagus, Green Mint,
AVater Cress, Rhubarb.
I We're Making
Naval Orange, Grape Fruit,
Pino Appies, Florida Or antes,
i J ' t J 1
A friend of the Home
An enemy of the Trust
Evry pound can
coupon of value.
Ak yir (crocer for
th Calumet puzzle
frw, or writ" rtirwt
in Calnmrt Baking
N071H THE BAKU 9 POWDElt TRUST
Moderate in price Makes purest food.
An Anecdote of Verdi.
The first production or onll s op
era "Othello" took place at Milan, and
all the promim-ut musical critics of Eu
rope foregathered in the Cathedral
j City in honor of the occasion. Among
i them was a Parisian journalist of wide
j reputation and admitted authority in
the musical world. His first care on
bis arrival iu Milan was to seek out
Verdi and ask to be allowed to be pres
ent at one of the final rehearsals.
The romnciser received him with ex
treme politeness, but replied that lie
could not possibly grant his request,
as he had decided that the rehearsals
: were to be absolutely private, anu no
; could not make an exception In the fa
vor of anv one journalist, however dis
The Paris critic, far from pleased at
this auswer, protested that in. these
circumstances bis account of the opera
might not be all be should like it to
be. "You sec," be explained to the
-omtoser- who affected not quite to
understand. "I shall have to telegraph
my article tho same evening. It will ,
necessarily be hastily written, and the
impression In Paris tbe next day may
suffer In consequence."
But Verdi was more than equal to
the occasion. "My dear sir," he inado
answer. "I do not write for 'the next
day.' " The critic bowed himself out.
Eczema Can Ba Cored.
Itemick's Eczema Cure and R6
mick'a Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure
the most obstinate case. At all drag-
Makes digestion and atsimilatlon
r erfect. Makes new, Ted blood, firm
ik-fch and bone. That's what Rocky
Mountain Tea will do.
35 cents. IV
Dressed Turfcevs. Dressed Chick
ens. Spring Chickens Ures.ed
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
You want the
best. Tho Parker
pens are the most
Every one guar
anteed. Call and
have us show you
the merits of the
Lucky Curve Feed
You can find on display
at our store the largest
and finest lino of spring
suiting and overcoating
in tbe city.
Call and Sec Our Lice. Prices
Style, lit and work
manship fully guaran-
iecd to be the boat.
j. B. ZIMMEIi,
1823 3econd Ave, Bock Island
To sell the best line of nobby spr ng suits,
ranging in price from $10 to $15, ever sold
in Rock Island.
That's what we
style, in fit and
doing it, too.
up in cut, in
simply a gor
geous line to select from.
The New Cut is the Military Idea
broad shoulders and coat cut close fitting
to the form. Very swell, indeed, are the
new mixtures in cheviots and cashmeres for
spring wearthe new high button vests, the
oxfords and serges, unfinished worsteds, etc.
I "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
' 1 D
I II 'Thomas' pharmacy.