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TU3 ABB US, SATURDAY, JVUY 13, 1901.
WE MAY HAVE
Generally fair and contin
ued warm tonight and Sun-
J. M. SUE III ER, Obtervrr
Temperature at 7 a. m
at 3:30 z. m. 04.
for 15 cents at
Trefz & Co.'d is the place to buy
A complete line of liiLing tackle at
Trefz & Co's.
This evening jou cm save money at
Young & McCombs".
Pleotv of dressed chickens at Hess
Bros.' this evening.
New set of movin? pictures at the
Watch Tower this week.
Tonight tt McCabe's new store 11
cent umbrellas for 43 cents.
Child's 68-ccnt shces 38 cents to
niirkt at Mpf!lh'l nAW fctflm
Toninht women's black hose 2 cents city. Indian apolis probably
a pair at McCaba's new store
were in the city today endeavoring to '
arrange for the exhibition nere a ur
ine the Woodmen picnic of a series
of moving pictnres of the nre aepari-
ment of their citv. wnicn were vaiten
in action. Thev were eotten out and
exhibited for the benefit of the fund I
for sick and disabled firemen of the
city. They have been shown in
ttloomioirton. liecatur. reru
other nlares in the state and have
made a good impression.
L. S. McCABE PURCHASES
THE MUNRO RESIDENCE
L. S. McCabe today purchased of
Mrs. Telitha Munro her magnificent
home on Fifth avenue. The consid
eration was $30,000. The sale was
effected through the real estate agency
of Reidv Bros.
The property has a frontage of 120
feet on Fifth avenue and is 225 feet
deeD. The housi is one of the finest
in this section, the interior finish be
incr narticularlv rich.
Mr. McCabe will move his family
into their new home as Boon as the
Munros vacate. The latter are thlok-
ing of taking up residence in another
WE ARE NOT AFRAID
To Advertise Our Prices.
We know they cannot be beaten. We want the public t6 know that we keep the QUALITY UP AND PRICES DOWN.
To show you Our Big Stock of FURNITURE AND CARPETS means to make you our customer.
Good all wool Carpets, net 50c
Bedroom Suits, S pieces, large bevel edge mirror,
Good Tapestry Carpet, as low as SOc
See our Straw Matting at 10c
Solid oak Library Tables 7.75
Solid Oak Wash Stands .75
Solid oak Extension Tables, 6 feet long 3.90
Sideboards, solid cak, polish finish, large French
plate bevel edge mirror, net 10.25
A few more of those $16.00 hair mattresses for 10.50
Refrigerators, hard wood, well made and finish,
Large baby carriage with break, rubber tires, up
Large Go-Carts, rubber tires 3.75
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Those men's mixed socks 2 cents a
pair again tonight at McCabe's.
Men's 20-cent sutpenders 10 cents
tonight at McCabe's new store.
Child re n'd giDgham sun bonnets 9
cents apiece tonight at McCabe's.
Low prices cn hot weather goods
this evening at Young & MoCombs'.
Let the American laundry save your
clothes, your money and your temper.
Be on band at the unloading sale
this evening at Young &McC nibs'.
Attend tbc chaataocjoa at Prospect
park tomorrow afternoon and even
ing. Garden boso and Keen Klippcr tall
bearing lawn mowers at Allen, Myers
Muskmelons and the nicest display
of fresh fruit at lie a 3 Bros, this eve
ning. Sec the moving-picture play of Cin
derella at the Watch Tower ever night
We are closing out tammoiks and
crujuet sets at greatly reduced prices.
Trtiz & Co.
Commencing Sunday an entire
change of moving pictures at the
If you have lots or land for sain list
It is said more money change!
hands in this sale than in any resi
dence property deal ever made in the
fine ice cream
them with Kastman A Cj., 1714
Step at Brookman's
and fret one of thoso
fre zers for $1.15.
There are still a few cf those cele
brated Automatic ref-igcrators Jt f c at
Clemann & Salzmann's.
Kcady-to-wearf-incy braid and duck
bats 10 cents apiece tonight at Mc
Cabe's new store.
Ladies' lace trimmed skirts worth
up to $1 at 59 cents each tonight at
McCabe's new store.
Cinderella at the Watch Tower
every evening this week, 1C0 in the
cast. Moving picture.
American Ladies' quartet at the
chautauqna. Prospect park, tomorrow
afternoon and evening.
Jut what is wanted in every fami
ly this hot weather can be found at
Allen, Myers &Co. a Jewel gasoline
The ladies of the Central Presbyter
ian church held a lawn social at the
borne of W. G. Donaldson, on Fourth
avenue, last evening.
The brewers andthj woodworkers
will cross bats at the Tweitth street
park tomorrow afternoon. Admission
15 cents. Grand 6tand free.
The Wonder" is an up-to-date
fretzer and will freeze the finest qual
ity of cream in lees than half the time
of any of the old style freezers. Sold
only by Allen, Mjcrs & Co.
. Go to the Watch Tower Smday
for a cool ride Band concert after
noon and evening. New set of mov
ing pictures, including the complete
play of Cindere'la, with 100 people in
-As for economy, the Puritan wick
' less blue ilameoil stoves are the most
economical stoves to be bad, and soon
ave their cost over the use of coal,
wood or gasoline, and the fUuio is
clean no soot or smoke. Call at
Allen, Myers & Co. and examine same.
At Moline chautaoqua Sunday:
Lecture. "The Fellow That Wins," by
Iiev. U. Z Gilmer; music American
Ladles' quartet. Monday, morning,
lecture by Rev. J. B. Butter. Cali
fornia and Way Stations;" afternoon.
Impersonations by Wallace Bruce
Amsbury. aad lecture by Bev. J. II
Bitten, Washington;" evening, Car
toonist Anton Packard.
At Young Si BlcCofnba Monday and Taea
day, July 15 and 10
1.000 vards standard up-to-date
nv nrlnts. 5c and 6c quality. Un
loading price 3Jc.
Big lot figured and striped dimities,
jist what you have been waiting ior.
I'nlcadinsr price, while they last, 2Je
Soiled and niuseed fringe towels
and hemstitched, taken from trim, as
sorted colored borders and plain
white, 30c quality. Unloading price
100 black Gloria umbrellas, extra
anecial. stcol rod. parajron frame.
nickle plated mountings on handles,
with tassle, 'JSa quality. Unloading
price G'Jc. '
Children's parasols, fancy colors.
Unloading sale price 6c.
Men's summer neglige shirts, mad
ras and cxtords 75c and $1 quality.
Unloading price 45c.
Gentlemen's ribbed balbriggan
fbirts and drawers, all sizes. French
neck, pearl button. Unloading price
Nfen'a bleached iean drawers, all
Bizes, reinforced seat, double stitched
throughout. Unloading price 1jc.
Gent's four ply linen collars, up-to-dte
styies, all sizes. Unloading
Late bhipment of ladies' lawn
wrappers, beautiful patterns, worth
up to f 1 25. Unloading price 75c.
Ladieu' shirt waists made from best
percales. We have too many. All
sizes. unioaainsr price na.
Ladies' wnite lawn shirt waists.
Lace- tripe effects, tucked, bishop
tleeves. 1.25 quality. Unloading
All oJd corsets in summer netting.
50 and 75c quality, all on our coun
ter. Unloading price 25c.
Bojs' blouse waists, tizes 3 to 12
jcars. good assortment, 42 and 50c
qutlity. Unloading price 27c.
Millinery all ready to wear ladies'
trimmed hats. Unloading prices at
just one-hilf $5 hats 2 oO. 2 hats
ft and $1 hats fcOc
Fancy carriage buggy d'nters. em
broidered centers, fringed, $1.26
quality. Unloading price 75c.
6-foot baggy whips, 35c quality.
Unloading price 17c.
Leather fly nets for tho horse, $1 25
nualitv. unloading p?ica 98c.
1,000 yards fancy open work scrim,
ctep at 7c per" yard. Unloading
100 fancy pictures, frame and glass,
8x10. mounted in black and gold, 48c
values. Unloidiog price 29c.
200 faccy pictures, 11x14 frame
and glass, 75c values. Unloading
. I! I lilSCK USWfc. UJUUU IU
Ualr.a"ing price 19c.
When Knlchthood was
cloth bound. $1.50 values
inir price 98c.
Tne Elsie books, by Martha
il.5 values. Unloading price
Kirby lih hooks. Unloading price
6c per 100.
l'bree jointed bamboo fish pola,
brass fen els. oo quality. Unloading
Brass lih polo reels. Unloading
03, 105, 107 East Second Street.
Oi our list and you will
keep yourself posted on
our line of truit and
vegetables. Head below.
Meet Me at the
Wax Be a a,
Dressed Chickens, Spring Chic li
ens Dreased to Order.
1620 ScoondAve. 'Phone 1031
Yor Straw Hats, Un
Shirts, Mens Shirt
Waists. We are
ready to serve you
Up-to-date Wearables. We IT
Make Shirts too.
r price 83e.
Bicycle Pants Straw Hats
at at . .
Tor a line ofsoc ual-
Half Price. Reduced Prices, briggan Underwear.
. A Crack-a-Jack line A stunning line of
C 0f Negligee shirts at Negligee Shirts at
For a lot of odd sizes fC O O
in 50c Underwear.
13 THE l'LACK.
Harper House Block.
ROCK ISLAND GETS
MAIL CONTRACT AGAIN
The taking off of the C. B & Q.
Chicago train will make a change in
the mail service. The contract Leld
bj the li will go back to the Hock In
and road and the afternoon mail will
reach this city at 3:20 as formerly.
This will return the time of afternoon
delivery from 2 o'clock to 4 as it u?ed
to be. The business delivery will be
nn.de at 12 30 as before
Ed Wagner has handed in his resig
nation and Joe Goldsmith has been
temporarily appoint d in bis flace in
tbe mailltg department of the post
office. Mr. Wagner intends embark
ing in tbe grocery ' business at Li
father's old stand on Fourth avenue.
Hava Mavloc rietara.
Call M elier and F I.. Miibafcln.
respectively chief of the fir depart -xuent
and city electrician of Peoiia,
,Pri""c-.'. .. .. v-v-
Uecoraicu ean aou pernor u
Uo'oading sale price, 3c each.
Decorated Rower vaaes,
sale price bo each.
Gold band china cup J and saucers.
Unloading sale price 0c each.
Mason fruit jar rubbers. Unloading
salo price 3c pur dc.en.
Mason fruit jirs, all sizes at lowest
For Tooisbt at HcCaba'a New HXorm.
75c umbrellas for
Child' C80 shoes
Women's black stockings, pair..
l.ace-trintnitd $1 white ekirts
tteady to-wear fancy braid and
Gingham sun bonnets
Men's 20c snspeuders
Men's mixed socks
75c summer corsets and girdles;.
Uemomber for tonight only.
Dance at Germania garden tonight,
corner First avenue and Twentieth
Chicken lunch tonight at Tjnco Do
Ix-or saloon, opposite the postoflico.
Chicken lnnch tonight at Dike Bat
ler'a place, third street and Fifth ave
Our ads if you want to find ex
ceptional offers. We aro al
ways ready to give a tquare
deal for a round dollar. Sit
down in a quiet place and
read our advertisement. Oar
suitings are up-to-date.
J. B. ZIMMER,
1 1823 Second Ave, Sock Island
For a lot. of Men's
suits - reduced from
$10, $12 and $15.
For a lot of Men's
Suits reduced from
$15, $18 and $20.
For a lot of Chil
dren's Suits worth
$2.50 to $5. 1
The attention of parents is called to a line of hildrens
Suits displayed in our Eighteenth street window $1.95
for Suits worth up to $6.00. Watch our front window.
Men's Suits at $7.95 and $9 50. Some sold for more
MEET ME AT THE
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