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the argus, rrjpAY, MAircn 14, lnos.
Threatening tonight and
Saturday, with probably rain
Saturday; colder Saturday.
J. M. SIIEliIEK,
' . . Observer.
Temperature At 7 a. m. 42;
at 3:30 p. m., r7.
rain proof spring qqqqoOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOO0
One Wy br Which They Mar B
seen Aiirr m i u k bv wuv. i , .-
"T lon't belie re the story that bullet
can be seen when lire! from a gun,"
said tbe old Soldier. "You know in the
army there is a theorr that men have
seen bullets, but they never lived to
tell of it, because the bullets were co
ins straight for them and Jilt them in
the pve. The oniv men who have seen
the ordinary rifle bullets in transit are
"No. they aren't," said'the old hunter,
"I have seen many bullets flying. One
why bv which vou can see them plain
ly is by dinning them in glycerin be
ACS, OU iuigui inire iiil-iii vj
smoke then caused by air friction,
said the veteran, "but you can't see the
ju, jrs, m" ''""
er. "I have watched them often dur
ing turget practice, and any one can
see the large calilier bullets, though 1
won t say as mucn ior mj iwj uiuuvm l-ss
missiles. The way to see a flying bul-
vour Kaster hat at I llemeyer let is to get a little to one side or tne
shooter, about five feet away from mm,
tar. Then run an Imaginary line from
the muzzle of his gun to the target.
Let your eyes, rest on a space of light
colored irroup.d exactly on this line, and
when he fires you will see something
dark, like a bee. tut past tne ugui coi-Tli.-it
ia the bullet. Of
lv the time the eve tells the
tiruin it sees the missile the bullet has
Struck the target, but you have seeu it
Clear Havana K. T. D.
Carden seeds at Cash's.
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
Jor insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a h'ome of Jleidy Bros.
New garden seeds at Cash's.
Buy your grass seed of Cash.
Homes for sale. A. Knsh & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Morning1 light. Union made cigar.
'1'ure liquors for medicinal use at
Ice cream sinla 5 cents at Coin's
Palace of Sweets, Second avenue
& Sterling's, the reliable clothiers.
Stiff ami soft hats, broken lots
worth up t :t 'l.v cents at the
Call the It. I. Electric Construction
Co. Tor estimates on all kinds of
electric work. Phone 12-.
Vour hat is an imi?rtant factor rn
your dress. The l"lenie.er & Ster
ling hat will become you.
The ::)th annual' St! Patrick's, ball
is t'be given at the Industrial hall
Monday evening-. March 1".
Now ' is the time to put electric
lights, in your house. Call us, R. I.
Electric Construction Co. Phone 12.S0.
The draw of the Itock Island bridge
opened today for the first time this
season to allow the Vivian to conic
The very best children's ''." cent
overalls ever offend in this town,
sizes 4 to to 14 ears. Vou know us.
slrnii!' line. Sidendid all wool suits.
in long- pants $." to $10.
We are selling men's suits worth up
to $1S for $10. Only two or three of
a kind. All sizes in the lot. All win
ter weights. The London.
Ask your grocer for "Fresh Cottage
Cheese" (Dutch Cheese, Schmierkase)
made an I delivered daily by the Tri
City Bottled Milk & Butter company.
Our shelves are List being1 crowded
with new sprinir chillies. Plenty of
the season's novelties in juvenile
wear. Inspection is invite;!. Simon
(let out from iiniler your old hat
and buy a new one of us. More snap
and style to our hats than any other
hoti:-e can show you. Vou know us.
Union Stamped and Union Made
?r??r??rriT??TtT? -. -? . - ;
'J'his is tlio "best Worldnmaii's Slioe ever
olfered tlio trade and it will certainly
repay any working nan "wlio values liis dol
lars to examine these slioes,
, $2.00 the Pair.
1721 Second Avenue.
"HigH Cless Seeds"
FOR MARKET GARDENERS,
FOR THE FARMER,
FOR THE PRIVATE GARDEN.
(let prepared to seed your LAWN. We have the best Grasses
known for the formation of line lawns. Mixtures for Parks and
(iolf Links, Shandy Spot Mixture. N
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Louis Hanssen's Sons,
213-215 West Second Street. Davenport, Iowa.
New, Neat. iexn.
M. F. UNDERHILL,
suits. Simon v
More Help for Cnptaln Slreeirr.
Kenosha. Wis.. March 11. Waller
X. Cow i ll. of this city, whose land
deals Im tin last few years have at-
tracted -onslderal!e attention in real
'St;ite ciri-les. lias made a ileal by
which he joins Captain Oeorjre Well
ington S;re-ter. of Chicago, in his
claim for the land known as the "lMs
triet of Lake Michigan." Cowell has
made tiuhlie the deal and states that
he is ulaiinlni; to sro to Chh-ajro and
o-ciiiiv the jrround purchased, anil if
possihle force the state of Illinois to
issue him a clear title to the land.
W.haoh to Kreet a HiiKpHaL
Ti.ninr Ilia Afnreh 14. A nartc
of Waliash otlicials were here inspect-
. . : . . I . .. .-!..- I.. iiKiu.ll hp n
new Wnliasli liospital Tor tne alasti
lines in Illinois. In fhe party were
li'liief Snrroii W. II. Mori-house and
K. 15. Prior, assistant to President
Uamsey. of the Wahash. A site offered
iiv J nines Millikin. in the western part
of the citv. is the most favored. More
house and Prior left for St. Lotus to
rciort te President Iiamsey.
Talk of IlutWing a Uib:e TracU.
Milwaukee. March 14. A party Of
-i,i !iiwniike and St. Paul road
V lit' II - - - - -
u, iiij ti-ivsod throinrh the city for a
tour of inspection alontf me line oe
r.iiMiktiehl and Camp IoiiKlas.
One of the moft extensive improve
ments of the sysUin to he made tne
,w.,..l,i" vHiiuner will he heiTUIl ill this
territory as soon as tne w earner num
erates. A doulile tracK is io oe ex
tended from Hrooktield to Camp Dou
glas, a distance oi aooui i nines.
i Restaurant i
o Opposite New Opera House.
GOOD SEEDS 0
$ ' -
Ts the only requisite for com
plete success in gardening1, and
it must ever lie home in mind
that no satisfactory results can
he obtained from poor stock.
On the quality of your seed de
pends the future of your garden
You may rest content if your
soil contains the seed grown by
D. M. Ferry & Co.
We have ma'de reeds 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. irj
1620 Second Are." Thone 1031
In appreciation of the eflicient ser
vice rendered at the tire at .their
plant in Davenport Chief Hastings
has received a check for $" from the
Pettendorf Axel works.
Interest centers around our
srrcssive furnishing goods department
We are now showing some beautiful
new spring' styles in negligee shirts.
All new, this season's goods. No
back numbers here. The London.
No man looks just right without a
becoming hat. No matter how styl
ish the clothing he wears, to top it,
off he must hate a hat that is ii-to-
date. If yon wear, one of our hats
you are right. The London.'
Simon & Mosenf elder's new spring
clothes are a revelation to all who
see them. No mutter how hard you
are to lit. we have a Surprise in store
for you, if you come and try on some.
We simply want you to see what high
grade clothing is like.
We start our first spring showing
of boys and children's suits with the
newest Norfolk yoke, staple two
piece, jacket and pant's styles. We
sell the lest makes made at prices
Jinn ever before ouoted. I'lle-
mcycr Sr Sterling.
Liiok to us for the new.spring styles
in men's, boys' and children's suits.
You know our reputation as leadeis.
. We've never -disappointed yon in g':
ing you the latest and best at the
lowest prices'and we won't do it now.
We show you suits and overcoats
made by two of the Inst makers. L.
Adler Pro, and Alfred Ilcnjamin &
Co. None better. The London. .
It's getting too warm to wear that
heai-v overcoat.' You ought to s.-e
the natty new spring oercoats Simon
M raenfelder are sh'iwmtr. All tne
shades in the different lengtns.
lMxrinnimr with the Hroadway Pox, 32
inches long, to the waterproof
Aiglon." 4S inches long. e can
show the genuine importea
Iowa a Home for Merger.
tvo Mnin.w In.. March 14. P.V a
vote of 37 to 7 the senate has passed
the Molsberry bill, which removes the
limit of mii.-iitcdTicss that may tie in-
curriil by railways. This measure Is
11 v believed to have been fos-
I h. ...... .-v - -
tt.r..i iiv the Northern Securities com-
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pany with a view -of making lowa tuo
future home of tin railway merger.
Anony inou tiift to Harvard.
f.itni.i-iiiire. Mass.. March 14. A
,rifr r.f s-iimio to the Harvard coHeire
I, i.Kni-viiturv is announced by Professor
Kdward C. Pickering, wuo says n is
;el a llesrw at Lei pule.
Dlcomhigton. Ind.. March 14. Frank
m Andrews, instructor ill iMitany in
Indiana university, and who has, been
studying in tiermany for the last two
v(.:ir. has received tne detree or Ioe-
tor of philosophy at'Leipsic. He will
resume his work Here tue uegiinuiig or
the fall term.
Triple Iuifler ly an I ml Ian.
Winslow, A. T., March 14. A son
o" Ir.dian Jim. a full bloodeil Sioux
llvin-r a few miles from Winslow. rode
into town nnd rcoortcd that his father
had killed his mother and two little
cwr. The storv was found to be
true, but Jihi has escaped.
Filipino Kebelit lilt Hard.
Manila. March 14. The volunteers
under t'eneral Cailles have inflicted
i,.m w tuiiiishment on n force of in-
Kiiriiits in Lacuna province. '1 he
kill'il fifteen of the eucmy and cai-
turcd thirty-one ritles.
IF WE LAUNDF.n IT. Pa-
sides doing the best work we
pay a great deal of attention
to the life of the linen. Our
Boaps, our machinery, our
methods, are designed to do
the 'very finest work with the
least possible wear to the garment.-
We are now showing new Easter Novelties in Gentlemen's
and Boy's wearing apparel:
Stetson and R- & T. Mats, Star Shirts
Stooniog: New Neckwear
Correst styles in Collars and Cuffs, striking novelties in
If j-ou are not a customer.
call tip 3230 and let us call
for a trial package. WE'LL
Cor. Twelfth. Street and
, Fifth. Avenue. .
Perfect In quality E
Moderate In price. J
Satnrdar Special at Voani & MrComW
All day Ladies fancy hose, drop
stitch and plain colors, Saturday's
lbs. P.oomer fine chocolate
creams, all (lav Saturday. l'.c.
2 p. lit. Nainsook, Hamburg and
Swiss embroideries, worth up to 4.e,
7 inches wide, for one hour, 10c jier
3 n. m. 72 three-ouart water bot
tles, our regular 7."c. quality, every
one warranted first quality, for the
one hour. 4ve.
All day Ladies turn-over embroid
ered collars. 3. 10 2."e.
4 p. m. Fancy ribbons No. 7, our
recular Price 7c IH.T yard, for this
C"1 a -
2 p. m. Child ren'a firoM plated rin-s
more, for this hour (assorted stines
nnd nat terns). 10c. '
2 n. m. Heautv pins with emerald
tone vet tines, for this hour, 3 for 3e.
Spectacles 50 pairs, Poman alloy,
imitation of Colli, saddle UrKlge, con
vev lenses ami ridins temple, worth
ui to $2.r.0. Saturday, as long as they
Pohemian glass vases, regular 20e
value. Saturday's sale price. 10c.
North rup. King & Co.' package
Alwa.ys the Best
For Drinking, Baking and Eating.
Ke Sore To Auk
For Ui'.t package.
Klb screw top with
our name on. Write
us for FREE nam rle
of COCOA and RECI
3 Kiver fitreet.
W. Sf)th Bt.!
Genuine stamped C C C Hever sold In balk.
sewsre of tne aeuer wno mes xo seu
. a mm
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. & K.ward.
TKe new spring styles in
.P. shoes -have just'
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I : SWELL TOP COATS
seeds (flower or garden) 2c package