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Tfrn ah gujs, Wednesday, matt 22. 1901.
WXATHSR WE MAT HATE
Partly cloudy and possibly
showers tonight and Thurs
day. J. SI. SUE HI EH, Obttrcer
Temperature at 7 a. m. 54,
at 3:30 d. m. OS.
Bicycles at Hj ties'.
Negligee shirts at Lloyd's.
Lawn swings at Wilcher's.
Morning light 5-cent cigar.
Bay a home of Keidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Barns.
Knox panami hats at Lloyd's.
Homes for sale. A. Rash & Co.
Lawn swings at Summers & Cos.
Lawn sprays at Summers & Co 'a.
Refrigerators at Summers & Co's.
Gasoline stoves at Summers & Co's.
Lawn mowers at Summers & Co's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
New lot of shirt waists at Lloyd's.
Strawberries 10 cents a box at Hor
ton's. Dr. Trent, dentist, 1724J Second
Strawberries 10 cents a box at Hor
ton's. Don't fail to read Brookman's ad on
Totatoes 10 cents a peck at S. J.
Thursday is picture day at Yourg
St McCo tubs'.
Rock bottom prices on millicer at
Mrs. La Frenz's.
A. Rash & Co.. room C. Baford
block real estate.
Special line of graduating bats at
Mrs. D La Frenz's.
Special sale rn brooms 15 cents
apiece at Brookman's.
Special sale of pictures at Young &
Seeboeck piano recital at the Rock
Island Club tonight at 8:15.
Leave crders for moving or hauling
at Channon, Terry & Co.'s for A.
Five beautiful upright pianos left
at Eberhart's. and they must go at
cost this week.
All kinds of elee'ric fans for rent.
Rock Island Electrical Construction
company, 'phone 1230.
The C.. B. & Q. will put in switch
tracks at Mueller Bro.' lumber yards
on Twenty-fourth street.
The International Correspondence
School have opened an oflicc in the
Y. M. C. A. building, room 2
We want to figure on your plumb
ing work. Ward & McMahon, 318
Twentieth street, 'phone 4472.
The Moline club last, night, by a
vote of 32 to 25. voted against the
ulc of liquor in the club quarters.
Big assortment of butcher, bread
and curving: knives Thursday- Sale
price 10 cents. Young. & McCombs
The Narcissus club will give a dance
at Black Hawk Inn on the evening
of Tuesday, June 4. Invitations are
Phard horse, large size, circle frame.
burnished gold trimmed, worth f 4 25
Thursday sale price f 2 38
In The Ak;ls want column the
Rock Island contractors have a notice
advertising fcr non-union or union
For real estate and reliable Insur
aace call on Hull & Hemenwav, room
15. Mitchell & Lynda building. Tele
All lovers of music are invited to
the Seeboeck piano recital at the
R-ck Island Club this evening. A
sma'l fee of 0 cents will be charged
The Seeboeck piano recital at the
Rick I -land Club this evening. Ad
mission 50 cents. This recital will
be open to others than club members
The present week has materially
lidded to Sheriff Cralle's family at the
jiil. Monday there were but 13 pris
oners and this ariernoon mere were
A letter from Chicigo announces
- that E E. Farmenter, of this city, is
doing well after the serious operation
to which he submitted at the first of
Only a short time left In which te
attend II. F. Cordes' removal sale,
All wishing bargains had tetter
hurry. Such prices as offered never
before heard of in this section.
Do vou want to know wfcat it wi)
cost to have your house wired? Ask
us. No charge for estimates. Chan
deliers at reduced prices. Rock Island
Electric construction company
Mrs. Thomas Barton, 2018 Third
avenue, was pleasantly surprised
Monday afternoon by a number of her
friends, wno came to neip ner cele
brate her birthdav. They brouent
refreshments and presented her with
The people ar-s. mA Swin,
imiwi IiiMiii '
a nice gift to help her remember the
I'he business men's class of the Y
M C. A. was forced to postpone i s
run awheel, which was to have taken!
place la t niht. on account of the
rain. N x Taesdav evening has been
set for the ran.
Rudolph Johnson, employed at the
corn planter works, Moline, got his
foot caoght In the belting of a ma
chine and was pulled, feet tirst, to the
shafilng. lie escapau with a few
Dr. Christian Fenger. of Chicago,
who has attended various patients la
this city, has been honored with the
badge of knighthood by Christ an J -v.
king of Denmark, in recognition of his
skill as a surgeon.
Max Kautz. the new manager of
the Turner hall, has added a new fea
ture which will be greatly appreciated
by business men and the public in
general. Meals and short orders will
hereafter be served on snort notice.
A train composed of 35 gaily dec
orated crs loaded with harvesting
machinery from Chicago and bound
for points west parsed through the
city on the Rock Inland road last
evening. It was in personal charge
of Trainmaster II. H Fenlmore.
Night Captain Barney McCabe is to
be congratulated on having the neat
est and most becoming bat ever worn
by a member of the Rock Island
police force, it is a source oi satis
faction to know that there are some
nice looking things on the force be
sides the brownies.
L. F. Berry, general agent at Dav
enport for the Bnrlington road. an.
nounces that his company has piacea
Rock Island and Davenport practically
upon the same tariff oat is. Hereto
fore the road has charged Davenport
a bridge tariff varying from 5 cents
per hundred weight down to l J cents.
W. C. Seeboeck, the famed Chicago
pianist, is to give a recital at the
lock Island Club this evening. He
has been secured by the entertain
ment committee of the club while on
his way west. Mr. Seeboeck is known
to many of the musicians of the city.
baling been here before, and is as
sored a warm welcome this evening.
Rock Island's delegates to the
Peoria convention, now in progress.
are apparently making a strong
effort to bring to this city next year's
meeting of the Illinois state Medical
association, word having come that
if Rock Island expected to secure the
gathering it would be necessary that
a formal invitation from the mavor
be in Peoria this morning for
presentation to the convention.
W.C.T.U. THE GUEST OF
MRS. M. M. STURGEON .
A praise meeting was held by the
W. C. T. U. yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. M. M. Sturgeon on
Nineteenth street. Mrs. H. C. Brock
man led in the opening exercises and
the program included a piano solo.
"The Pilgrim s bong ' (Wagner), by
Mrs. Paul Hamilton; address. "Causes
for Gratitude in the W..C T. U. Dur
ing the Past Year." Miss Ella Taj lor;
piano solo. Kubenstein'a "Barcola,
Miss Aiwiiua xoung; reading, airs. v.
O. McCulloch; piper, Ilemini
cences," Miss Avei y. After the busi
ness meeting, which followed the car
rying out of the program, there was
a pleasant social session witn reiresn
CONTRACTS LET FOR
TWO NEW BUILDINGS
Heidemann Sc Schroeder were today
awarded the contracts for the erection
of two buildings for Blake & Murphy
and Capt. A. M. Blakesley that are to
adjoin one another on the south side
of Third avenue between Eighteenth
and Nineteenth streets. Blake &
Murphy's building is to cost $4,600
and Cant. Blakesley 's $3,500. Both
are to be of brick, two stories, with
pressed brick fronts. The first Moors
will be storerooms and the second
Blake & Murphy's building will be
100x23 feet and Capt. Klakesley's
90x27. The plans were drawn by
l, Jt. LT . V
kJk l AC & 119.
SECOND CHILD IN AS AY
FAMILY HAS SMALLPOX
The 9-year-old daughter of Mrs.
Asay, the smallpox patient, who
lives on Thirty-second street, now
has the same disease. Mrs. Asay and
the little boy are recovering nicely
A neighboring woman is suffering
with a complaint that may prove to
REAR END COLLISION
ON THE ROCK ISLAND
Conductor Starkey was injured in a
rr end collision near Wyane(, on the
Rock Island road, this morning.
The fast train No. 20 was late and
overtook No. 2 unexpectedly at that
A jury was impanelled this after.
noon to try J; rank ater, of Moline.
indicted for holding up and robbing
Charles Melin in that city last Janu.
ary. H. M. McCaskrln is defending
and State's A'torney Weld prose
' Opening lunch at the Turner hall
raioon Wednetday evening.. May 22.
Everybody iavited. Max Kautz, proprietor.
I Genuine Rocky Mountain Tea Is
'never sold in bulk by peddlers or les
tbaa 35 cents. Djo't be fooled, get
'the tea made famous by the Madi-oa
Medicine company. T." H. Thomas.'
Shiny Shoes. 1
This is a great season for Shiny Shoes - and all kinds of
leathers are employed. We use the very best and most
popular at present is Patent Kid for Ladles and chil
dren's wear. Our line is endless in Ladies' Oxfords and
Shoes thin and heavy soles.
We Wish to Call Your Attention Especially to
Our $3 Line for Ladles.
PRICE BROS. 4 CO.. Props. New Location One Door West of Youna & McCombs.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I bad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommend to the
Subllo that the doctor's anaesthetic Is perfectly harmless for elderly people a well
ae young. T. O. Pelts, M. D.
I had six teeth extracted without rain. The doctor Is Terycarstul n his ex
tract! nr. 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, K23 Fourteenth street.
I had eight teeth crowned with gold and five gold fillings. All work was abso
lutely painless. Miss Agnes BergendahU 559 Twenty-elxth street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
all. Mrs. Martin Jaoobson. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen from an uloerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 8237 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2. 50 and up
FILLING $1.00 P
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 Arena.
See Our Display
of Fruit and Vegetables.
Read List Below.
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Tomatoes, New Beets,
Celery, New Carrot,
Parsley, Head Lettuce,
Green Onions, Mushrooms,
Turnip. New Potatoes.
Bermuda Onions, Leaf Lettuce,
Peas, Soup bunches.
Asparagus. Kb u barb.
Naval Orailf ea, Grape Fruit.
Pine apples. California Cherries.
Dressed Chickens, Spring Chickens
Dressed to OrJer.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
J' jr' -J"
JT' j J
Yon want the
best. The Parker
pens are the most
Every one guar
anteed. Call and
have us show yon
tbe merits of the
Lucky Curve Feed
You can find on display
at our store the largest
and finest line of spring
suiting and overcoating
in the city.
Call and See Ottr Uac. Prices
Style, fit and work
manship fully- guaran- "
teed to be the best.
J. B. ZIJiMER,
IF YOU WANT A
We want to say to you that Uncommon Suits for $io is the M. & K. kind They
are Perfect Fitting, Well Tailored Suits, such that any man might wear with dig
nity Suits that are satisfactory the very first time they are put on, and that con
tinue to satisfy 'till they are worn out. Perfect Suits that's the kind. We've a
Line that includes All Wool Cheviots, Scotches, Serges, Worsteds and Cassimeres
in plain weaves, handsome mixtures and patterns. They ars the best values ever
offered in Rock Island at this price. Would like to show you them won't Insist
upon you buying. Don't want your money unless we can satisfy you.
It is Easy to Match the Price of these Suits, But not so Easy
to Match the Quality.
(1833 Second Ave,