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TUB ABGUS, TTTUTJ SDAY, !MARCIT 13, 1902.
Fair' tonight and probably
Friday; warmer tonight.
J. M. SIIERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m.23;
at 3:30 p.m., go.
Clear Havana E. T. D.
(larden seds at Cash's.
WccKel"s flour is ihj liest.
Steel ranges at 'Wilcher's.
Fur insurance, E. J. Hums. .
Euy.a home oflieidy Bros.
Xew garden seeils at Cash's.
Buy your grass seed of Cash.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Morning light. Union made cigar.
Fresh fish at KHirocder's tomorrow.
Whcelha rrows at Rummer & Co.'s.
Cannt'il goods must move at Weck'
el's. .Marhles 2. for 1 cent at Young &
llrass and garden, seed in hulk at
Hess llros". ,
I'ure liquors for medicinal use at
Brookmnu is offering sime bar
gains in watches.
Buy your electric door Ir-11 si-plit-s
.j()-foot cotton hraideif clothes line
for lo cents at I 'rook man's.
Ice cream sisla 5 cents at Coin's
Palace of Sweets. Second avenue.
Kites, the new flying machine. 3
cents each at Young A: .McConibs.
Gasoline stoves, blue tlame oil
stoves and ovens at Summers & Co.
Fresh fish at Hess l'.ros. tomorrow.
"I'hone orders gien prompt attention.
Tomorrow evening's social event at
the Y. M. C. A. will le the last of the
- .lust received a new line of spring
suits anil jackets at Young & Mc
llemember that Simon Lewis car
ries- all the Icadinir brands of wines
Your choice of any piece of erne
ble ware in our stock for 10 cent
.Summers .: Co.
Call the It. I. Electric Construction
Co. for estimates on all kinds of
electric work. I'hone 12o.
(et votir orders in earlv Fridav and
Saturday at McCabe's half-price sale
of potted ferns, palms and plants.
Now. is the time to put electric
lijjhts in voiir house. Call us. If,. I.
Klectric Construction Co. I'hone 12nO.
II. i. Summers will give gasoline
stove repair work his personal atten
tion this spring. Telephone 4)vJ.
Summers & Co.
Sl.ir shirts-. Stetson hats. If. fc I'.
gloves, smartest things in neckwea
ami stuiinmir new lioiserv are now in
at the M. & K.
Mrs. Adelman was removed front
St. Anllionv's hospital to her home.
.IO'j Thirteenth street, yesterday af
ternoon in the ambulance.
All the latest kinks and wrinkles in
gentlemen's millinery and Faster
"fixins are now readv for vour in
spection at the XI. S- K.
1'eter Sclileuter. of South Hock Is
land today made- formal announce
juent of his caddidacv for the demo
cratic nomination for sheriff.
A complaint was made to tlu' police
last evening that a dog leIonging on
tipper Twenty-second street had bit
ten the son of A. XI. Ilrinner.
A couple of young bloods engaged
in a lively scrap at the corner of
Fourth avenue and Ninth street last
night but no arrests were made.
Ask your grocer for "Fresh Cottage
Cheese" (Dutch Cheese. Schmierkase)
made and delivered dally by the Tri
City Bottled Milk &. Butter "company.
The ladies of the First XI. E.
clmrcTrAvill give a coffee at the home
of Mrs. : T. Xoftker. S.'.f. Twentieth
street. Friday afternoon, March 14,
II. I Hampton, leader of the Apol
lo Mandolin orchestra, has become
a member of the instructing eorjs of
the lp-to-I)ate School of Music, of
Potted plants, .".00 of them at about,
half price Friday and Saturday at
McCabc's. Boston sword, ferns 20
cents, asparagus ferns 15 'and ID
ceots. Cinerarias 13 cents, dollar
palms 39 cents, etc.
Sale begins at
All babies that are brought tip to
r. . Prucha s studio on "baby day,
.March 21. the first, day in spring, will
le photographed free of charge. All
are welcome, 1KOT Second avenue.
I lie Leader shoe store has two
workmen in their east window mnk
ing hand-sewed turn shoes for. the
Hock Island Shoe company. It is at
tracting a large number of people,
The gosJcl service at he United
Presbyterian church last evening as
very interesting ami well attended
This evening IJev. .lamieson will Luke
for his subject "The Saviour Lost."
Owners of gasoline launches are
getting their craft in shuie for the
season and it is probable that next
Sunday, if the weather iermits, will
see a number or the pleasure craft
on the river.
I'lie smallpox patients at the Payne
family on Twenty-first street are all
progressing nicely and it is thought
they will be far enough advanced to
allow them their liberty by the first
part of next week. XIr. Payne's left
eye. which was affected by the dis
ease, is now nnprovitiir and there is
little doubt that it can lie saved.
I'he store building at S01-S0:t Third
avenue is being remodeled by the
owner, S. .1. Apple, into a" modern
business block. The floor has been
reduced to the grade of the sidewalk
and the different rooms made into
one. the improvement will be made
complete by the installing of large
plate glass windows along the entire
new engine and smoke stack has
just been put in at the plant of the
Hock Island Iron works on Ninth
street. The foundries of the con
eern are hampered by the scarcity of
niolders which is leing felt all over
the country. At- present there are
enough orders on hand to warrant
the employment of 2.1 more men in
this department if they could be pro-
oader GERMAN L1W8,
Is the Bt there U tor
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout:
DR. RICHTER'S WofUJ-KeDOWMi
I Noop genuine without Trad a Hark Artor.'
One well-known person's tetter out of miny
New York. Oct. I2 1897. V
PAIN EXPELLER Is qood
for Local aoDlicalionsin
? Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
0 rofi''s e rt iirrtwiwTWWt
23c and 50c at all drnrzUU or ttoroagn
. X3. Elckter CaSlS Pearl 8C, Hew lark
3S HIGHEST Si AWARDS..
iiecommenrted by prominent 1'hff-
tictans, WAotan uwi jteiau
Howling. March l.'l: -Mr. and Mrs.
Marder and -daughter, Edith, visiteil
with Mrs. Fs Bingnian.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1!. Ellis and son,
Curtis visited with Mrs. Mary Ci it t.
Mr. and Mrs. Young visited in ICock
Mr. and Mrs:. John Il.iner visited
in Kock Island Saturday.
Itoliert McConnell visited in Hock
Miss Loiizern McConnell visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank McConnell
Miss Ivy at.d Richard 15. Ellis visit
ed in Hock Island Saturday.
loslin, March 13. .lesse. Donahue
ami I Joy Daily closed their schools
Miss I'.lanche Whiteside has been
on "the sick list the past week, but is
Fred Schaible will work for Mr.
Adams this year and Ed O'Connell for
Mrs. Charles Ward, of Moline. has
been visit ing James Adams and fain-
'Miss Mabel Friestat clascd her
school at Willow Yale last Saturday.
Willie Whiteside, who is sick with
smallpox, is reorted to le improving.
Mrs. W hite siient Wednesday "with
John Daily departed Monday for
Michigan, where he has n contract to
build a fine residence for his brother-
in-Iaw. Mr. Argubright. I
Eugene and' Nellie Dunbar were in
1'ort Byron Tuesday.
Mrs. Dan O'Conuell was surprised
by a number of her lailv friends and
neighbors, who-, with well filled
baskets, went to spend the day with
Mrs. Frank .Toslin. who was operat
ed on for appendicitis, is reported to
be improving nicely.
Mrs. Lloyd, of Kock Island, spent
a few days last week at W. I IJon-
Mrs. Dave Adams returned home
Saturday after spending a few days
at rank - raullee s in Wake.
Mr." and- Mrs. R. E. Wainwright and
family sjHMit Sunday at Ira Wain-
Cordova, March 13. Mrs. Emma
Maxwell, and daughter. Henrietta.
were visiting friends in Hock Island
Friday and Saturday."
Charles Quick returned from Chi
Misses Mary an 1 Ethel Johnson, of
Port Byron, were visiting friends
here last week.
D. Zimmerman was in Hock Island
Mrs. Henry Dura is on the sick
list this week.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
On March 18th the Hock Island &
I'eoria .railway will sell round trip
home seekers tickets to points in the
south and southeast at one and out;
C, B. & Q. Railway company will
have on sale Feb. 18th and March
4th and lstii homeseekers tickets at
one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip,
goxl 21 days from date of sale, for
the principal points in the south, west
and north. Cheap rate one way
colonists tickets will also be on sale
to points in the north, northwest and
west every day during. March and
How to Cur the Crip.
Remain quietly at home and take
CliamlMrlain"s Cough llemcdy as di
rected and a quick recovery is sure to I
follow. lhat remedy counteracts
any tendency of the grip lo result in
pneumonia, which is really the only
serious danger. Among the tens of
thousands who have used it for the
grip. not. one ease.rias ever been.re
Mrted that did not recover. For sale
by all druggists.
Years of suffering relieved in a
night. Itching piles yield at once to
the cijrative properties of Doan s
Ointment. Never fails. At any drug
THE MODERN STOVE POLISH
ft RE PROOF H
We Have Just
litteil up a line reception
room in connection with
our oflice, where any lady
can call and make a pur
chase of liquors for table or
The' Purest Wines,
Whiskies and Brandies
RETAIL LIQTJ0H STORE
Corner Seventeenth street and Third
High ClaCss Seeds"
FOR MARKET GARDENERS,
FOR THE FARMER,
FOR THE PRIVATE GARDEN".
C'ct prepared, to seexl your LAWN. We- have the lest Grasses
known for the formation of line lawns.- Mixtures for Parks and
(iolf Links, Shady Spot Mixture.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Louis Hanssen's Sons,
213-215 West Second Street. ' Davenport, Iowa.
New. Neat. Clean.
M. F. UNDERHILL,- '
02posite. New Opera House.
Meeds 25c. Open da v. &'nirlit. Meal tickets S3. 50
Is the only requisite for com
plete success in gardening, and
it must ever be lorne in mind,
lhat no satisfactory results can
be obtained from poor stock.
On the quality of your seed de
ends the future of your garden
"You may rest content if your
soil contains the seed grown by
D. M. Ferry & Co.,
We have made seeds one of the
'inportant branches in the study
of our business, and we do not
hesitate in declaring ourselves
in possession of the best.
' Seeds in Bulk
is our specialty and we com
pare prices favorably with all
competitors. We can supply the
most extensive gardener. 1'ry
1620 Second Are.
Have You Seen
Thop Shoot ara Policeman.
Waukegan. Ills March 13. Safe
blowers ut Lake Forest broke the safe
In the treneral store of James Ander
son, but found only a little over $1..
AboTIt 4:45 a. m., as they were leavlnp.
n iHilicemnn kuw them ami stopped to
question them. Tor reply the two men
drew revolvers and shot fit kim. tlien
d-ii n north aiul escaped in the darkness.
The policeman hr'd several shots. .'
Healers' Strike In Ended.
St. Johns: Xd., March J3. The
scalers strike here Is ended and the
sealing stei'mers hare sailed for the
ice floes. The men at first refused the
owners offer of $.T.."iO for seals.lesldes
the atxlltion of all berth charges, but
latter lieiranbreakliiK ranks and accept
ing nntll all were on board ship. Jt'ub
11c opinlou was strong against a re
fusal of the owners offer. '
Knox, Stetson, Lonley,
Hawes Spring Styles
HARPKi: IIO;SK BLOCK.
Much Longer -
IF. WE LAUNDKR IT. Be
sides doing the best work we
pay a great deal of attention
to' the life of the linen. Our
.soaps, our machinery, our
methods, are designed to do
, the very finest work with the
least possible wear to the gar
ment. If j'ou are not a customer,
,call up 123G and let us call
for a trial package. .WE'LL
" PLEASE YOU.
Cor. Twelfth Street and
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We are now showing new Easter Novelties in Gentlemen's
and Boy's wearing apparel.
Stetson and R. & T. Hats, Star Shirts
Stunning" New Neckwear . .
Correst styles in Collars and Cuffs, striking novelties in
Novelties in Children's Suits. All the snappy things and
latest ideas, everything that goes to make a gentleman's
wardrobe complete is here. Smart dressers looking for the
latest wrinkles in Haberdashery should glance M. 6c K.ward.
FKe new spring' styles-In IB.
(L Po,shoes have' just ,
4 lor S5 Valutas
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