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tvttJS ABGHJS, FKIDAY MAY 31,. 1901.
WEATHiai WE MAT HAVE
Generally fair tonight and
Saturday: no. decided change
J. M. atLEIilER. Obacrocr
Temperature at 7 a. m. 5Gt
at 3:30 p. m. 72.
Bicycles at Hynes'.
American laundry- '
Bicycles at Wilcher'a.
Dolly Broa'. tomorrow.
Morning light 5-cent cigar.
Bay a home of Reidy Broa.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Homes for aale. A. Rash & Co.
List yoar property with Keidy Bros.
Germ proof niters at Summers &
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Dressed chickens at II. Tremann'a
Fresh cut Uowers at Cancde's phar-
Order Bills' roses at Canoie's phar-
Pennsylvania lawn mowers at bum- ;
iners & Co.
Dressed chickens at Maucker &
Bjys' knee pants 22 cents. So ai
mers & LaVelle.
A. Bush & Co., room 6, Baford
block real estate.
Mens' shirts, a complete line.
Sommers & LaVelle.
Mens' suits, some extra values, $10.
Sommers & LaVelle.
Buy your butter of Maucker & Tonn.
Fifteen cents a pound.
Choice spring chickens and spring
lamb at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Six-foot 25 -cent bng'gy whips 15
cents at Yonnj & McCombs'.
Fresh dairy butter 15 cents a pound
at Maucker & Tonn's store.
Buy a jir of choice butter of Mauck
er Tonn at 15 cents a pound.
Plenty of home grown peas, the
Cnt of the season, at lless Bros'.
Mens' Stein-Bioch salts at $15.
Fine titters, boraruers & LaVelle.
Dressed chickens and spring chick
ens dressed to order at liesa Bros'.
Ladies' waKing skirts, something
new, $1.18. Young & McCombs.
Boys' knee pant suits, all the up-to-date
styles. Sommers & LaVelle.
Millinery bats trimmed; up to
$2.5 , cnoice f I 40 ' Young &, Mc
Combs. W. L. Douia shoes for men for
tale orl at thf Leader, opposne Har
Stolen Sweet3 p;rrura-ry, worth 0
cents per ounce, ior o cents at Yourg
& McCombs'. '
Opening of the Home Tea company's
new btore Saturday, J nne 1. Souvenir
Leave orders for moving or hauling
at Channon, Perry & Co.'s fur A.
" Special sale for Saturday o u--lin
underwear and corsets at Young
A wheal belonging to F J Young
hid otolen from in front of McCabe
lUfi i"?ri rs, ite riern frtez-rs
wafer ceo era. etc . for everj bo-ly t
Overlooked 500 of iho-e 'Jo cent hat
"ns. For Saturday cl se at 3 cents.
Yung & McComb?.
Souvenirs given aay with every
purchase Saturday at ine Home Tea
company's new ttore.
Large decorated salt and p?pp r
phker4 5 cents each Saturday at
Yo ng & McCombs'.
All kinds of elee'ric fans for rent.
Book Island Electrical Construction
company, 'phone 1280.
California cherries, apricots, naval
criig s, banants and blood
at Ues Bros', tomorrow.
Ifjou'want a cho'ue sugar-cured
him or a piece of breakfast bacon or
der at 11. Tremann's Sons'.
Tte Rock Island Hih school com
mencement xerci-es are to be held
toaigct at Harper's theatre.
Honey comb cream csndy, worth
50 cents a pound, for 25 cents a
jomd. Young & McCombs.
Wc want to figure on your plumb
ing work. VVarU & McMibon, 318
Twentieth street, 'phone 4172.
The fastest growing tea company in
the west the Home Tea company,
1800 Second avenue, after June 1.
The Home Tea company is moving
into its new store, lHO'J Second ave
nue, formerly Totten'a music store.
Forty fancy ribbons, all new stok,
worth up to 35 cents a yard, for 11
cents a yard. Young & McCombs.
Mrs. George Both will entertain
lady friends at a 6 -handed euchre par
ty at her home tomoirow afternoon.
Sixty pairs of ladies' $2 shoes
is the prima factor of
P bvatiM mrwt, Tt ehMpr
ttaka xruMt bakin powders.
PftTotfm cmpiii foan4 la
lib. can Ui.f mn raiombl.
$1.50 while tbey last to 8, E and
Eli. Tbe Leader, opposite Ilarptr
Ladies' Iodia linen shirt waist spec
ial, '.'7 fine cloater tacks Bihof
pleeve, $i for 75 cents. Young &
For real estate and reliable Insur
ance call on Hall & Hemenwav, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building". Tele
John T. Noftsker sells tbe Datrolt
vapor stove, the most wonderful
stove made. Be sure and see it be
The place is Brookman's and the
time to buy brooms is tomorrow
when you can get a good 80 cent
broom for 15 cents.
The Netheisjle $2.50 shoe for
women, light or heavy soles, eight
styles. Tue Leader, sole agent, op
posite Harper hcuse.
Don't fcrget the demonstration of
Kalbton cereals at lless Bros'. Ycu
can get a loaf of brain bread with two
Follow the crowd Saturday, Jane 1,
to the Home Tea company,new btoro
! and get a souvenir 1809 Second ave-
nue. Be euro you get the right store.
I Drop in and take a look at the men's
suits Simon & Mosenfelder placed on
(sale a week ago at f 10. ftiey are
great values, as
can be seen at a
If you want a chance to win get on
a Regal. It takes two men to run a
grindstone. Robert Smytbe, tri-city
agont, Stearns' bicycle agency. Not
in a trust.
No need of doing without a sew
suit. Simon & Mosenfelder will fit
you out with a pplendid a 1 wool suit,
the season's latest patterns, at $10;
values up to $13 60.
The third anniversary dance of
Dawey camp, R. 2s. A., will be held
at Watch Tower Inn Monday evening.
June 3 All Wcodmen acd Royal
Neighbors are invited,
i Tte present location of Thompson's
r. staurant on Second avenue has been
leased by ngelo Gcccaris. the Daven
port confectioner, who will.ehortly
open there a branch store.
Some of the Rock Island gtntleinen
cf the law who part'eipnud iu yester
day's bail ball gam in Davenport aie
tikng very good care of themselve
toJay lest they break in two
HtssBo s will ha vo a tine display
of vegetables tomorrow namely,
caulilliwer, cccatnbere. f quash, ci
ery, water cress, parsley, wax and
green beans and new potatoes.
If Chief of Police Darnell is always
as successful in keeping iucoipicu
cub the rnot conspicuous members of
th police forc a he was jest rday,
the crowd may pass master.
Tr.e opening of the Home Tea com
panj's new store will occur Saturday,
June 1. at 109 Second avenue, for
uieily Tottcn's music etore. Beauti
ful souvenirs given away on this occa
sion. Old rivet men are of the opinion
that tbe Diamond Jo steamer Dq.
beue -unk on the rocks beiow
K iihsburg. cm sever be raised. If
thi it tru- the lo-s will be about
Do you want to know what it will
cost t have your bouse wired? Ask
us. No charge for estimates Chan
delier at reduced price. Rock Inland
Electric Construction company
-up-. H B Hyn announce
t a for bo next two we-k e will
be .n f-is otli c in the Lincoln seb ol,
where he will b pimped t receiv
patrons having bu-iness in cornet
tion with school work.
A report wasii escalation trdiy
that culord citizens liviDg nn First
avenue had indulged in a quirrcl
enrly in the morning in which a gun
-placed apart, but the affair did not
come to the ears of tbe ponce.
We want everyone to see the nobby
men's suits we have placed on silo at
$IO We might tell you that you'll
save $5 in buying one of thece suits,
but all we care for is to have you
drop in and see for yourself. Simon
Tickets for the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St Fau! excursion aro now on sale
and may be purchased at the passenger
fetation at foot of Seventeenth street,
at the freight cilice on Twentieth
street or from members of the Comas
club. The round trip fare is onlv
TbOEe wishing to secure a good lo
cation in sleeping csrs on the Chi
cago. Milwaukee & St. Paul excursion
to Milwaukee Juoe 8. should make
early application for berths to W. W.
Breckinridge, agent at the Twentieth
street depot, telephone 1061. The
s ccping car rate will be $2 io each
direction- for a double berth.
Maggie Hudson, a colored woman,
lr.irined dead at her homo on Kdt
F f.h street. Davenport, yesterday
In net noon. Heart disease, -compli-c
ted with dropsy, is assigned as the
icato. bbe was the wife oi iim llua-
son. a well known steamboat cook in
by-gone years, ai d latterly a chef in
a dining car. He had not lived with
his wife for years. Mrs. Hudson was
about 45 years of age
Employer What's the matter with
Muddled Clerk Tired; tha'sb nil.
Tired, eli?' -"Ycsb;
I been workin like a horse."
-"Ah. I see! Carrying a load, eh?
The Sicilian woman Is cenerally Illit
erate nnd Is proud of being ro. In na
tive parlance such a one "sees with
two eves only." Those who can read
are said to see with four eyes.
This is a great season for Shiny Shoes - and all kinds of
leathers are employed. We use the very best and most S
popular at present is Patent Kid for Ladles and chil- K
i dren's wear. Our line is endless in Ladies' Oxfords and pi
Shoes thin and heavy soles.
We Wish to Call Your Attention Especially to
; Our S3 Line for Ladles. j
THE BOSTON '
' PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs. g
With every two pack
ages of RALSTON FIVE
MINUTE BREAK V AST
FOOD purchased at
our btoro during the
demonstration to bo
held all thi9 week, be
You are p"r onally
invited to ecu) 9 and
try this food, and
should jou like it well
enough to buy a pack
age, we will give vou a
loaf of Brain Bread free.
1620 Second Ave. Thone 1031
Ycu M&nt the
best. TLe Parker
pens are the moat
Everj one guar
anteed. Call and
have cs show you
the merits of the
Lucky Curve Feed
1934. Act First,
Ttlnk afterwards: your reflections will
be more than pleasant if you get our
styles, lis holding to our motto "to -recommend
icood according to their
actual merit," we expect to Riin your
confidence and patronage.
i n vnnm
1823 3econd Ave, Rock luand
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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
Line that includes All Wool Cheviots, Scotches, Serge's, Worsteds and
in plain wewes, handsome mixtures and pattern?. They are the best
offered in Rock Island at this price. Would like to show you them
upon you buying. Don't want your money unless we can satisfy you.
It is Easy to Match tha Price of these Suits, But not
to Match the Quality.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I iad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfullv recommend to the
public tbat the doctor's anaesthetic is perfectly harmless tor elderly people at well
the young. T. O. Felts, M. JX
I had six teeth extracted without rain. The doctor Is very careful nhls extracting-.
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 crowsM with frold and five gold fillings. All work was abso
lutely painless. Miss Agnes Bergendahl. 550 Twenty-sixth street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
all Mrs. Martin Jacobson. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My facn was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 7 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2.50 nd up
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 Avenne.
FILLING $1,00 and up