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Xxxl. AUG OS, THURSDAY. MAY J. 1901.
WCATBKR WE MAY HAVE
Generally fair tonight and
Friday; warmer Friday.
J. M. SHERIER, Obterxxr
Temperature at 7 a. m.
at 3 p.m. 68.
Will save joa money.
Bicycles at Hynes'.
Bicycles at Wilcher's.
Fresh lish at Schroeder's.
Longlej $3 hat at Lloyd's
Morning light 5-cent cigar.
Bay a home of Reldy Bros.
Spring lamb at Schroeder's.
Wear Knox hats; at Lloyd's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Columbia bicycles at Lloyd's.
Men's shirt waists at Lloyd's.
Who's jour hatter? Lambert.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
Spring chickens at Scbreeder's.
List ycur property with Reidy Bros.
That ever knocked at
Your door for admittance
Are the bargains in pianos
At Tolten'a music house.
Dr. Trent, dentist. 17241 Second
A. Rush & Co., room 6, Buford
block real estate.
Bowlby is selling talking machines
on easy payments.
Men's & W. collars 12 cents at
Young & McCombs'.
Bay your summer underwear at
Young & McCombs.
Fifty-cent four-in-hand ties only
cents. Young & McCombs.
Brand new eastern make upright
pianos at Iowlby's lor f 14S.
Order your fresh fish from Hess
Bros', tomorrow. Tnone 1031.
Bring your wheels to Hynes, Sev
entecnih street and Fourth avenue.
rienty of fresh cat fish, buflalo and
river salmon at Hess Bros', tomor
Another case of those tine sailor
hats, only 33 cents, at Yoang & Mc
Bowlby 13 nowofieringsome bargains
that cannot fail to interest you. Call
Men's silk band bow ties. 25 cent
values, for 12 cent3. Youcg & Mc
Gentlemen should see Adams' line
of $'! 50 emperor shoes, all leathers
Honey comb cndy, worth 40 cents
a pound, 15 cents a pound at Young
I - - - ' . i
Read the announcement of Bowlby's
clearance sale. Here is the chance to
secure a bargain.
See those new shirt waist bats
Young & McCcmbs'.
Junior social. Prof. Zedeler's chil
d run's orchestra, Broadway Sunday
school, Friday evening.
Ladies should see the4-3trap paten
leather slippers at Adams'. They are
beauties and only f i a pair.
For the up to date styles of shoes It
will be necessary to go only to
Adams'. ' He always leads.
By trading with Adams you al
ways get the very best styles in shoes
and then his prices are so reasonable
For your supplies of fresh river fish
call on II. Lorenzen & Co., 2125
Fourth avenue. Fresh stock received
Just received at Bowlby's 1,500
copies of the latest popular sheet ma
sic, and the price is only 10 cents per
Douglas patent kid stores for men
at $3 50. are the best in the city. The
Leader, sole agent, opposite Harpe
For real estate and reliable insur
ance call on Hull & licmenway, room
id, uitcneu oc L.ynae building, leie
The Douglas shoes are 'inion made
and every pair guarantied from f 3 to
14. I he Leader, sole agent, opposite
All furniture purchased at John
Spilger's. 1702-1701 Third avenue
will be found to be up-to-date and
Gentlemen who have tendor feet
should get into a pair of Adams f
or 1 3 50 tan vici late shoes. Com
fort and style combined.
We want to figure on your plumb
ing woik. Ward & McMahon, 318
Twentieth street, 'phone 4472.
Today is John Crubaugh's 75th
birthday, and as usual on his happy
anniversaries he is entertaining a com
pany of friends at his home.
William Wahlmier wishes to inform
the public that he will not be respon
sible for any bills contracted by his
m COUGH SYRUP
ilv cures Hackintr Concha.
v? Sore Luntrs. Grippe.Pr.eu-
monia and Bronchitis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a Blow, 6ura
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, li-5c.
Don't be imposed upon.
Refuse the dra1cf ulstiintc ; it
in not na pl Pr. BMira.
Salvation Oil care (fhrenutiini,
Aciies and laias. is & 35 cU.
up mm m ..-lw'V'tw,yp
wife, Mrs. Emma Wahlmier, after
PatJV Corcoran, arrested for the
alleged beating of a Moline barber.
was discharged in the police court
last uight. no one appearing to proae-
nta the charge against nun.
Don't let and dea'er make you bt-
ieve. gentlemen, that tan shoes will
not be worn this season. By looking
in at Adams' yon will find a large as
sortment of them, all new goods.
Call at Bowlby's and hear the Apol
lo." This the piano plajer par ex
cellence. It is not a machine," but
slows tie performer to display his
musical taste. Call and examine it
and you will call it the best of all.
The annual conference of Y. M. C.
secretaries will be held at Chicago
Wednesday and Thursday of next
week. Educational work and bible
study in the associations will be dis
cussed. Secretary J. L. Freeman will
attend the meeting.
Joseph Dervon. alias J. C. Vander-
dervon. a ouarter-breed Indian, want
ed at Hiawatha. Kan., on a charge of I
murder, was arrested In Davenport
yesterday. He says he is innocent.
claiming that the shooting was the
result of a friendly scuttle with a
friend at a country dance Jan. 21,
one of the guns being accidentally
discharged. He was married eight
months ago and the tracing 01 tne
letters which he received from bis
bricfe led to his arrest.
Head Clerk C. W. Hawes. of the
Modern Woodmen, will issue to all
delegates to the national convention.
during the coming week, their cre
dentials. Accompanying the cre
dentials will be a 75-page vest pocket
booklet, giving full information con
cerning the city of St. Paul, the
national convention and tno society
srenerallv. with complete list of bead
otlicers, head camp committees.
the national convention.
and Carpet Pric
That Tell What We are Doing and Show How Much WE UNDERSELL ALL
Hard Wood Refrigerators at $7,50
Rattan Go-Carts as low as 4.50
50 different patterns of fine Velvet Carpets as low
" - 95C
Iron Beds, brass trimmed, any size 2.50
Ingrain Carpets, all wool as low as 50C
Solid Oak Sideboards with French plate mirror 11.00
Oak Diners, deeply carved and very massive
Good Tapestry Carpet as low as 50C
Handsome combination Bookcases, solid oak large
Comfortable couchep, strongly made.velvour covering 4,Q0
Large Extension Tables, 6 feet long, solid oak 4 75
Large wood seat Diners, high back and carved.... gc
Large solid oak, cobler seat Rockers 2 25
Solid oak Center Tables, 24 inch top j qq
Are You in Need of Shades? We Have Them in Any Width. Call and See Our Large Line of Fine
Carpets. Also Our Large Rugs.
Come and Buy One
of Our Go-Carts.
W. S. HOLBROOK.
103, 105, W7 East Second Street.
Paul committees, and delegates to
Good Things to Eat
can always be found
at our largo store.
in a neat and attrac
Among the features of the new I VEGETABLES.
small arms deparment of Kock
Island arsenal will be a large amount
of belling, for the operation of various
machines from the numerous eifcc
trically driven shafts The Sickels
Preston & Cutting company, 01 J-av-
ennort. has taken a contract for
the beltin?. a??reratinr miioa in
length of the goods included in the
order, and amounting in cash to
about $15,000 It is the larreit belt
ing contract ever given in this part of
Tomaloc, New Heets.
Celery. New Carrots,
Parsley, Head Lettuce,
Green unions. Mushrooms.
Turnips. Now Potatoes.
Bermuda Onions. Leaf Lettuce,
peas. Soup bunches,
Asparagus, Green Mint,
"W ater Cress, Rhubarb.
Naval Oranges, Grape Fruit,
Pine Apples. Florida Oranges.
Th Musical EtcbI of the Season.
Elijah, Mendelssohn's masterpiece.
will be rendered by the Handel Ora
torio society, of Angustana colhge.
Thursdav. May 16. at the First M. JS.
church. Rock Island.
The chorus will be assisted by the
following soloists: Soprano, Mr. G.
A Ilinn, Davenport; tenor. W. E
Moodv. Davenport; baritone. -iustav
Holtrmuist. Chicago. Full orchestra.
Admission 50 cents.
Dressed Turners. Dressed Chick
ens, bprintf Chickens Dressed
1620 Second Ave. 'Phono 1031
A Rontllnic Epltapb.
The following epitaph is to be found
In Dalkeith churchyard, over the grave
of Margaret Scott:
Stop, pafmrniriT, until my life you rcaJ.
Thr Iilns may c1 1 knowlnlire hy the d'-ad.
Ktvc t imm five years 1 livrd a mai'Icn's life;
Tin turn- (He vrars I livr l a wi'low chaste.
Now. mrary of this mortal life. 1 rest,
rtetwren my crail'c and my Rrc have been
KU:lit mighty kinira of Scotland and a iueen.
Kc-ur time the years the commonwealth I saw;
Ten timi-s tho aulijrrM rofc azainst the law.
Twice did I oM prelacy pulled down.
And twii-e the -ioalt n humbled by the Kown.
An end of fctewart'a ra-e 1 mw; nay. more
Hy native country aold for Knirlili ore.
huf h dopolai ions in my life have been;
I have an end of all ierfcction aceu.
This lady was lxirn In 1G13 and livrd
to the bro of VZT anil, tliereforo, must
liavt; lived through tho following list J
of rulers: James I, Charles I, the com
monwealth of Oliver Cromwell as pro
testor, Charles II. James II, William
III and Mary. Anne. George 1 and
George II. Loudon Chronicle.
SPRING OPENING' AT
The right styles at the right
prices. Kuox hats, $3.50 to
$5, Stetson hats f 3.50 to fo,
Longley best t'i hat and
other hats 1 and up. See
the new Shirtwaists and Neg
ligee Shirts, Underwear and
WE ARE AGENT
Method of Carina JaaKle Fever.
I got over my attack, but it was a
marvel that I did. One morning my
doctor bletl mc till there was scarcely
a dron of blood left In my body. He
then gave m 40 grains of calomel, ami
In the evening, n the fever was still
raslxisr. lie ordered me to be taken out
to the yard of my quarters, laid ou a
bare rattan coik-Ii ami buckets of cold
water thrown over me for about 20
minutes! I was then put back to lcd
and fortunately fell asleep for several
hours. After some weeks on the sick
list. I was able to return to my rozt at
Korncgalle. -Fifty Years Iu Ceylon.
For the Columbia bicycles.
25 to $75. Do not buy a
wheel before seeing this line.
Disappolated the Farmer.
That city man that was visiting me
Is an overrated i-usa" remarked the
Oh, the papers all said he was a
great baud at watering stock, but I
found he couldn't work tho pump live
minutes without la mine bis arm.
rs reft 153
lie Clssle. I've beard it paid that a
kiss without a uiustAche Is rrke au
egg without salt. Is that so?
She Well, reallr. I don't kuow. I
can't tell, for, you see, I've never
He Ah. now!
She Never eaten an egg without
Bait. Glasgow Times.
In the fourteenth century the slaugh
ter of women and children after a
town or castle bad been taken by
storm was one of the most common oc
currences of war.
The first Rhine steamer made Its
trlns from Rotterdam to Cologne in
The oldest known artesian well was
sunk at LI Hers, France, In the twelfth
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
You can lind on display
at our 6tore tho largest
and finest lino of spring
suiting and overcoating
in the city.
Call and See Oar Line. Prices
Stylo, fit and work
tnauship fully guaran
teed to be tbe best.
J. B. ZIMMEIi,
1823 Second Ave, Eock Island
It's time for summer shirts and
we are ready with the finest
showing ever brought to town.
Counter after counter, box after
box of Negligee Shirts. In
line you will find 75c values,
1 while in our
;;line the hard-to-please fellow
:can find just what he is looking
The Shirt Waist Man will be
with us this season. Perhaps
you think that you will never
wear one. We are inclined to
think you will. A man will
certainly look better with a
shirt waist on than he will go
ing around without a coat or
vest, as many men do in warm
Try a shirt waist -you will feci so comfortable you
will become a convert at once. Come and see them
will buy a fine one one that will please you.
All Kinds of Straw Huts.