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TJQCJ3 ABGUS, MONDAY. MAT 27, 1901.
WEATHER WE MAT HAVE
Generally fair toniglit and
Tuesday; hut slight changes
J. At. S1IERIER, Observer
Temperature at 7 a. m. 58,
at 3:30 d. m. 70.
Bicycles at Hynes'.
Bicycles at Wilcher's.
Morning light 6-cent cigar.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Barns.
Homes for sale. A. Rash & Co.
List your property with Reidy Bros,
All roads lead to the American lann
Fresh ecri'S 10 cents a dozen' at
Rock bottom prices on millinery at
Mrs. La l rent's.
A. Rash & Co.. room 6. Baford
block- real estate.
Milwaukee excursion Jane 8. $ 2.50
for the roand trip.
Floar, guaranteed none better, $1.05
a sack at Weckel's.
Special line of graduating hats at
Mrs. D. La Frenz's.
Floor, guaranteed none better, $1.05
a sack at Weckel's.
But your screen doors, windows,
and screen wire at Brookrn&n's.
Special sale of watches and rings
all tbis weer. Young & McCombs.
Special low price on gold watches
and gold rings. Young & McCombs.
Solid gold ladie set rings, fancy
ungravea shank, for f 1.35 at Brook
man's. Fresh eggs 10 cents a dozen at
An elegant upright Chase Bros',
piano, used a very little, a bargain at
Leave orders for moving or hauling
at Channon, Ferry & Co.'s for A.
Fancy fans, lace handkerchiefs, jast
the thing for a nice present. Young
Bay your graduation present, fans,
gold watches, rings and gloves, at
Ycuog & MeComb'.
A new shipment of white hats just
arrived suitable for commencement
hats at Miss Byrnes'.
All kinds of electric fans for rent.
Rock Island Electrical Construction
company, 'phone 12 SO.
Miss UiDgstrum, 1129 Tenth av
enifl, reported the theft, of her wheel
to the police yesterday.
Bay your daughter one of Brook
man's line cold watches or set rins
for a graduation present.
We want to lignre on your plumb-
in? work. Ward & McMahon. 518
Twentieth street, 'phene 4472.
Fine assortment of hammocks from
58 cents up. Others at proportion
ately low prices at Brookman .
Take advantage of the low rate of
but 12.50 for the round trip to Mil
waukee and return Saturday. June 8.
Just received from the florist a fine
assortment of potted geraniums, pan
sies and sweet allessiums at Brook
For real estate and reliable lnsur
ance call on Hull & Hemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
You are sure to lave a pleasant
time if you attend tie Milwaukee ex
cursion June 8. Don't miss the op
Mr. and Mrs. Englebert Schmitt en
tertained a company of friends very
rdeasantlv at tneir new home. 1130
Don't forsret the date of the Mil
waukee excursion. It in Saturday,
June 8, and the fare only $2.50 for
the round trip.
The Y. P. S. C. E- of Memorial
Christian church will give a bocial to
morrow evening. Ice cream and cake.
10 cents. All are invited.
The next in the summer series of
dancing parties given by the Tucson
club is announced at the Watch Tower
inn the evening of J une 6.
The meeting of the Ladles' Aid so
ciety of Broadway church, which was
to have been held Tuesday afternoon,
has been postponed until next week.
Miss Byrnes is now carrying the
largest and most complete stock, of
millinery specialties in the three cit
ies. All orders carefully and promptly
tilled at rock bottom prices.
Howard P. Wells, who recently
completed a course in Gregg fhort
hand at the Gustus school, at Moline,
has accepted a position as sten
ographer with the C. B. & Q. in this
Ii the divorcegranted in the ci c it
co; r to Mrs. G. W. DeGroot from ner
hoaoand it should nave been raid
the charge was confined to tjiat of
cruelty, as Mrs. De Groot avers that
no other allegation was made In the
Do you want to know what it will
cokt t" have your bouse wired? Ask
a. Ni charge for estimates. Chan-
tellers at reduced prices. Rock Inland
Electric Construction company
Residents living along Twenty-
seventh street and Seventh avenue
complain of a crowd of young men
and boys who congregate their night
ly and disturb the neighborhood with
boisterous and profane talk. I be
police were called to break up the
seance Saturdav night.
No new smallpox cases have devel
oped among those exposed at the
Aay home on Thirty-second street.
and as the period of two weeks has
passed, the health authorities will to
morrow raise the quarantine from all
but the affected family. The three
patients are diinp; well, although
Mrs. Asay will be deeply marked
Miss Crnmmer, of Omaha? who is
home cn a short visit from her duties
as a musiODarv in cnina, gave an in
strn'tlve address Saturday afternoon
at trinity chnrc-h before tbe Women's
Auxiliary uoard of Missions ana
friend., telling of tbeprogrebsoiclvil
lzition In the orient and the obstacles
with which one entrared In the work
.as to contend. The rewards, how.l
ever, were gratifying. At tne con.11.-5
elusion .of her talk an informal recep-l J
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 Ladies 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. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
tlnn wa.4 held a 5 the rectorv for Miss
Crammer, and refreshments vtreQlffl3flfflffifflyflfflJlff
9 .1 cu.
TO TAKE EVIDENCE
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I fcad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommend to the
pubUo that the doctor's anaesthetic la perfectly harmless for elderly people a well
the young. T. O. Felta, M. 11.
I had six teeth extracted without vain. The doctor la very esreful 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. Mn. W H.
Wise, 823 Fourteenth street.
I had eight teeth crowned with gold and fire gold fillings. All work was abso
lutely painless Miss Agnes Bergendanl, 559 Twenty-sixth street.
At one sluing I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
aU. Mrs. Martin Jacobson. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen from an uloerated tooth. They extracted the tooth,
without pain. Charles Carlson, 3227 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BRIDGE WORK PER
FILLING $1.00 and up
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
. IN THE GILMORE SUIT
Judge Gest took up the Gil more in
junction case against the C, B. & Q
in the circuit court this morning, and
referred the whole matter to Acting
Master in Chancerv Entriken for the
taking of evidence.
W. a. Eastman is again a prisoner
at the conntv lall. bavin?: been re
arrested shortly after his release Sat-
ordav afternoon on another capias, in
... . 1
hich the error that caused uuoge
Gest to grant the habeas corpus peti
tion was rectified. Kastinan has w un
drawn his damage suit.
The trial of Oicar Carlson, indicted
for larceny, the second offense, was
began before a jury in the circuit 1
court this afternoon. Carlson is ac
cused of taking a Back of corn from
Brown & Christenscn's store. Cobs
marked with wooden pegs found on!
the m-emises of the prisoner will be
used as evidence against him.
FOR HELP AT PEORIA.
John Buford post 213. G. A. R , at
its meeting Saturday evening adopted
the following resolutions:
Whereas, The 35th annual encamp
ment. G A- K. department ol Illi
nois, held at Peoria May 14-17, 1901,
voted unanimously to hold the next
encampment in our city; and
Whereas. John Buford post. 2-13.
G. A. K., of Rock Island, realizing Its
obligations to those who so materially
assisted in securing the meeting;
therefore, be it
Resolved, That John Buford post
tender its sincere thanks to Charles
McIIagh. proprietor of the Harper
house, for his timely assistance ana
whote efforts made it possible 10
secure the encsmpmejt for Uock
Inland; also wish to thank Major
B F. Knox, of this city; Cpt.
V. C. Bennett, of Moline, and lion.
W.G.Cochran, ef Sullivan, 111 , for
their valuable aid.
It Pays a House
To read and watch our
list. Read below:
Uermudt Onions. I.eat Lettuce, .
l'eas, oup bunches,
Excnralon From Peoria.
The C, 15. & Q brought an excur
sion of nine coaches bearing 450 mem
bers of the Peoria Mannercbor to
Davenport vesUrday. The excursion
arrived at 10:30 a.m. and left at 9 1
p. m. Sshnetzen park was the ob-
tectivc point, but a number of the
visitors were in this city in the after
Grand opening of the People's Com
edy company under tne large tent.
corner of Fifth avenue and Twelfth
street. Thirty performers, band and
orchestra, precenting to the amate-
ment loving pnblic the best np-to-
date vaudeville performances seen in
this city. Positive change of program
Admission, adults 15 cents, all nr.
der 18 years 10 cents.
Dressed Chickens acd DuckaSprtng
Chlckens Dressed to Order.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
Yon want the
best." Tho Parker
pens are the most
Every one guar
anteed. Call and
have us show you
the merits of the
Lncky Curve Feed
T ' " V" t
Camp 29 M. W. A.. Attestloa.
All members of Camp 29 M. W. A.
are requested to be present at their
hall at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
to attend the funeral of Neighbor John
Long. Cars will leave the hall at
3:30 for the house. Other camps are
invited. II. F. Lamp, V. C.
S. Mattisox, Clerk.
IF YOU WANT A
We want to say to you that Uncommon Suits for $10 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
Excursions to Buffalo exposition via
(Nickel Plate road. May 7, 14, 21 and
1 28, respectively, at a rate of $13 for
the round trip from Chicago; good re
turning five days from date of sale.
Three through trains dally, with ves
tibuled sleeping cars and first-class
dining car service. For particulars
and Pan-American folder, write John
Y. Colahan. general agent, 111 Adams
street, Chicago' Depot, Van Buren
street and Pacific avenue, Chicago,
on elevated loop.
Licensed to Wed.
Oicar Almquist Moline
Mis Emma Carlson ...Hmlne
Habile De Buwere Rook lnlarnl
Miss Elodie Van de Voord. ' Rock Island
1934. Act First;
Think afterwards: your reflections will
be more than pleasant M you get our
styles. By holdinc to our motto "to
recommend rood according to their
actual merU. ' we expect to gala sour
confidence and patronage. ,
for orer Itrty tnn
Mrs. win slow s Soothing Syrup ha
been Urifcd for children teething.
sootbes tbe cnua, souens the gums
auavs all pain onres wind cone. n-
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Line that includes All Wool Cheviots, Scotches, Serges, Worsteds and Casiimeres
in plain weaves, handsome mixtures and patterns. They are 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.
la tho hAt ramedr for rflnrrhoea. 91
ess iHsry sm vftati.
cents a bottle. . f ,.ft?0-1A7e.
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