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X-JUB AEGUB,SiONDAY. JUNE lo 1901.
TTEATm WE MAT HAVE
Showers and thunderstorms
tonight and Tuesday; but lit
tle change in temperature.
J. M. SHERIER, Observer
Temperature at 7 a. m. G6,
at 3:30 p. m. 82.
Horning light 6-cent cigar.
Buy home of Reidj Bros.
For Insurance, E. J. Barns.
Gasoline stores at Wilcber's.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
List yoar property with lleldy Bros,
Band cor cert at Prospect park San
25 per cent discount on millinery
Young A McConibs.
A. Bash & Co., room 6, Baford
block real estate.
Shirt waists at 49 cents and up
Young & McCombs.
Refrigerators aad ice cream fretzara
at Summers & Co'.
Attecd the sale of trimmed milli
nery at Miss Byrnes'.
Young & McCombs for self-generator
fS leather seat rockers for 1.65 at
II. F. Cordes' removal sale.
A big reduction on all trimmed
millioery at Miss Byrnes'.
Baby buggies from $3.50 up at the
Fleming Furniture company's.
Germ-proof filters anl water cool
ers combined at Summers & Co's.
SpecTal low price on silks, taffeta
and foulards. Young & McCombs.
Ladies will Hid the Brandenburg
millinery store ad, pago 5, of special
Jut received a new line of llavi
lsnd china dlnnerware. Young &
Leave ordeis for moving or hauling
at Channon, Ferry & Co.'s for A
Sale of special lines of fiae trimmed
hats at the Brandenburg millinery
store this week.
Umbrellas 13 cents and 25 cents
each Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Mc
Cabe's new store.
All kinds of electric fans for rent.
Rock Island Electrical Construction
company, 'phone 1280
Special attention given to all kinds
of furniture repaiiirg Jchn Sp''ger
1702 1701 Third avenue.
Thi3 is the last call. Only a few
weeks left. Parlor fe-s for f 10 at II
F. Cordes' removal stle.
The hosiery, carpet and millinerv
departments ctTer sharp drives for
buyers at McCabe's new store.
The annual convention of the Illi
nois State Pharmaceutical association
opens in Rock I.laad tomorrow. . .
The board of supervisors began the
regular Jane meeting this afternoon
Only routine business was disposed of
Patent kid hand turned shoes for
women, all new stjles, at 3, f 3 50
and ft at the Leader, opposite Harper
The regular monthly membership
meeting of the Rock island Club will
be held tomorrow evening at
Ladies' $2 50 patent tip kid shoes.
sale price f I oo. tvery pair guaran
teed. The Leader, opposite Harper
Special children's day exercises
were held at the Broadway, First
Methodist and Christian churches
For real estate and reliable Insur
ance call on Hull & Uemenway, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
Harris Bros., wholesale dealers in
sc ap iron and metal, have moved
from 2427 Third avenuo to 1121-1126
Old mattrciaes steam cleaned and
made over like new. Kerler Bros
carpet cleaners, Seventeenth street,
Wo are the sole stents for tie
Hanan shoe, the best $j men's shoe
in the city. The Loader, opposite
The yearly tax sale commenced at
the county treasurer's office this
morning and was adjournal till to
morrow at 10:30.
William J. Keller and Miss Bertie
B. Burns, both of Davenport, were
married at the office of Justice
Schroeder this morning.
More and better value and lower
prices than ever at McCabe's Jane
rale of mulin underwear. -3i w
store, second floor, take elevator.
The Nethersole $2.50 shoe for
women, eight different styles, AA to
EE. every pair guaranteed. For sale
only at the Leader, opposite Harper
Promoter George II. Johnston spent
Sunday in St. Louis.- He is expected
here tomorrow morning, when active
operations on the new Illinois theatre
will probably begin.
A fine literary and musical program
will . be rendered at the First M. E.
church Tuesday evening. June 11.
Come, cat and listen. Supper only
The harnessmakers of the tri cities
bad their annual picnic at Schuetzen
park. Davenport, yesterday. A num
ber ci athletic events were pulled on
and a big time is reported. -
Do you want to know what Jt will
cost to have your house wired? Aek
us. No charge for estimates. Chan
deliers at reduced prices. Rock Island
Electric; Construction company
The ladies of the First M. E. church
will give a picnio supper at the church
Tuesdav evening. June 11. from
G:30 to 8:30 o'clock. Supper 25 cents.
The Salvation Army will conduct an
open air service tomorrow evening at
7:30 at the home of Mrs. Sargent. 1121
Tbiitr-seventh street. The service
will bo held on the lawn.
Three rpecial linos of trimmed hats
on sale at the Brandenburg millinery
ttore this week. Quality and style
cannot be duplicated at the sale
prices $1.75, $2.25 and $2 50.
John Baker sprained his right foot
yesterday at the Columbia saloon on
Second avenue and today the member
. . t i ,i
was so uaaiv swollen mac oe coum
not walk. He was taken in the am
balance to his home on Seventh ave
Tbe big June sales fall cf sharp
bargains are going buily on at Mc
Cate's new store. Mus'in under
wear, knit underwear, ready-made
sheets, pillow cases and toilet quilts
wash dress goods and summer weignt
Two new cases of smallpox were
reported in Davenport Saturday. One
was Octavia Brent, a colorea gin, it
years of age, residing at 31 west
Second street, and the other a party
by the name of Leveen, 1716 west
Fourth street. Both patients have
lie ail Clerks' union No. 311 has
issued invitations for a dancing party
to bo given at tbe Watch Tower the
evening of June 24. I be committee
on arrangements for tbe partv is
composed of El Clements. E Gold
smith. George Sexton, Gu Thierman
and C. E. Davis.
If Mayor Knox wishes to mik? any
farther grand tmd plays he might
borrow Sheriff Crallo's bloodhounds
and put ou "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
There are members of the police force
old enough to assume tbe uue row
white there are others small enough
to do Era" to perfection.
Jess, tbe trotter owned by Carl
Mueller, i f this city, was distanced
by Alice, the pacer owned by Ed
Ward, of Moline. at tbe Davenport
mile track yesterday afternoon, many
from here seeing tne race, loo con
ditions were the best three la hve.
Alice took the first three. Tbe best
mild was 2:19 i. Local horsemen are
arran2io!r for a series of matinees at
tbe fair trrounds track on Ninth
That's the number to call for, if you want to see
one o( the Snappiest Welt Oxfords fcr Ladies.
It is 1961 style from tip to heel.
The Tip is Patent the
and the Heel is Mexican.
sole fair Stitched,
Quality Is Flrst-CIass (Th
and the price only QPmt Jr Jr
FOR FINE SHOES.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
Iiadfour teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommend to the
Subllo that the doctor's anaesthetic U perfectly harmless for elderly people atweU
10 y oun V- o. Felts, m. jj.
I had six teeth extracted without pain. The doctor Is very careful nhls 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 gold and Ave gold (Mines. All work was Khun,
lutely painless. Miss Airnes Itenrendabl, 550 Twenty-sixth street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
alL Mrs. Martin Jacobson. Seventh avenue. were not sore at
My face was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, Third street and Fifth avenue. oia
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2.50 nd np
FILLING $1.00 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,
x Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
The'tinest display of
fruit and vegetables in
the city. Read list below.
Wax Be ana,
Tom m toes,
Hcrmuda Onions, Leaf Lettuce,
Green unions, Squash.
Blood Oranges. Naval oraugea.
Dressed Chickens ami DucUs.Sprlng
Chickens Dressed to Order.
1620 Second Ave. 'Phone 1031
NEW RECORD IS MADE
BY THE 1302 ENGINE
After about three months of hard
service on the different divisions from
Chicaeo to Omaha, the Rock Island's
hill climbing engine 1302, has proved
entirely successful both in handliog
heavy trains and in speed. A pastcn-l
eer train of 13 cars is not uncommon
and a new record for a fast train rue
from Rock Island to Chicago is held
bv this engine. Un this run a max
imum speed of 82 miles an hour with
a train of six cars was reached.
A sister engine is now part of tho
cxh bit at the pan-American exposi
tion in Buffalo and four more engines
of this type aro under construction
for the Rock Inland.
SEE THESE LENS.
s . m v r v r . r ; r-..i m
Well that is where the superiority of
our Eve-Glasses and Spectacles lies
When we test your eye sight and have
our fine- French crystal ground to
lit it. ad just your classes and put on
the nrooer clin. vou have a pair of
Eye Glasses or spectacles that can
not be excelled by auy one.
The people ore oU buying.
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Smmthmr m i fu.i iltla
MANUFACTURING JEWELER AND
The Best Way
to the raft-American is by the Michi
tran Central, for it is not only "The
Niagara Falls Route," but its train
service is superb. The Pan-American
special, that -went into effect June 9,
is a swell train It has the finest
equipment the Pullman and Michigan
Central shops can turn out. Jt leaves
Chicago at 6 p. m., serves dinner in
one of its famous dining cars, stops a'.
Falls View next morning and reaches
Buffalo at 7:45 a. m. Yon can't do
better. Send for folder to L. D Huec
ner, general western passenger agent
119 Adams street, Chicago.,
The stage of water at the Rick
Island bridge was 3:65 at 6 a. m. and
stationary. The temperature at noon
was 81. " ,
The F. Wejerhauser brought down
32 strings of logs.
The Lotns came down with three
Tbe Winona was in and ont.
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
'yesterday: Foot, south 1.354. nortn
1.341; teams, soum szo. norm jot;
street cars, 154 each way.
Dos'l Starry fer Moaey.
Tbe Boston man who lately married
a ticVly rich young woman is happy
now, for he got Dr. King' New Life
rills, which restored her to perfect
health. Infallible for jauntfice. bil
iousness, malaria, fever and ague and
all liver and stomach troubles. Gen.
tie bnt effective. Only 25 cents at
Ilartz & Ullemejer's drug store.
Wow Over nrty Imui
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup his
t.x.. nivl Inr children tnethlntr. It
U U Ui3UU mj f-
soothes the child, aofteps the gums I
allay tt all pain, carei wind colio. and
1 . ko host rnmAflv for diarrhoea. 26
cants a bottle. 1 1823 S eond Aye, Kick Island
Plenty of Dollars la Sight
For the man who looks in the right
Elace for them, and that is right here,
ollars saved in prices, dollars saved
in values and dollars saved
timo to get
faction. . Now is a good
J. B. ZIMMER,
The Fancy Shirt Season is
at its Height.
Men who. a few years ago,
I would not dream of wearing
I anything but a plain white shirt,
I now wear the fanciest of fancy
What's the world coming to?
iWell, never mind. We have
I Shirts enough for all. Some
styles are quiet and serene,
while others are Warm Members.
A pair of "Emandkay s" Latest
Patent Leather Shoes, a Swell
Shirt, a peep through our Belt
4 Line and your strictly in it.
So Thin and Comfortable
that it's cooler to wear it than
go without it. Still the thin
ness of underwear is not every-1
thing. . Underwear must be
made right to insure satisfac
tion. We know ours is right.
Hit were not we would not
have it Good Balbriggan
Underwear at 25c, but an ex
ceptionally fine line of 50c Bal
Fancy Roman Stripe Balbri
Soft Silky finish, Reinforced Seats,
also Plain Colors,
Tearl Buttons, at
Silk Trimmed Underwear, find quality Balbriggan, in
solid colors or stripes
Still finer qualities English Balbriggan and finest lisle
thread Underwear, oh, so cool and refreshing.
The truest Underwear is here. Don't forget "Emand
kay's" latest in Pateat Leather Shoes.