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THE AEGTJS, SATURDAY APRIL, 12, 1902.
Generally fair tonight and
Sunday; only slight changes
in temiHjratui-e. v '
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 3 1 ;
at 3:30 p.m., 4i
fio-carts at Spilgcr's.
Bicycles at Wileher's.
Clear Havana E. T. D.
J?or insurance, 12. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Dunlap hats at Lambert's.
Baby carriages at Sjilrs.
Money to loan. .T. F. Mnrphy.
Homes for. sale. A. Rush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Morning1 light. Union made cigar.
A nice line or iron beds lit bargain
prices at Spi Iter's.
Flentv of dressed chickens at Hess
Bros, this evening1.
1'lenty of fresh strawlerries at
Hess Bros, this evening.
(iood rain or sun umbrellas -"
cents tonight at McCabe's.
For. the latest and most p-to-late
novelties see flung, the tailor.
Men's all solid leather shoes 9
cents a pair tonight at Mc('ales.
A large display of fresh vegetables
at Hess Bros, this evening.
The 12 cent silesiawaist lining 5
cents a yard tonight at McCalie's.
Women's 1H cent lace strijH hose
in cents pair tonight at McCabe's.
Guaranteed brandies and whiskies
for medivital use at Simon Lewis'.
Some .".0 cent linted pillow tops 2.
cents apiece tonight at McCabe's.
Choice salted shelled peanuts 10
cents a jKHind tonight at McCabe's.
All the new styles in dining- tables
lit Spilger's. 17U2-1T04 Third avenue.
New shirt waists, soft collars and
cuffs. 2'J cents tonight at McCabe's.
For fair treatment and square dealing-
try Spilger, 1702-1704 Third av
enue. Spilger can save yon mrytey. A trial
will convince yon. 1702-1704 Third
avenue. See our elegant line of sideboards
lefore buying elsewhere. Uelenstell
J. F. Murphy, room 12. Mitchell -Lyn:le
building, law, loans and real
For wall paper, paints and oiN, vee
J'uridou A- Son. Thev can save vou
For good, reliable work sen
tlon $.- Son, as they havfthe best of
Kerler Bros, clean carpets and mat
tresses right. Seventeenth street.
'Phone A. I). Huesing for double
distilled water for table use. Sold
in half-gallon bottles.
Men's all silk ow ties . cents;
men's fast black socks 5 cents tonight
at McCales. firab cplick.
If yti want the tit and workman
ship of your suit to be faultless and
the price moderate see Kmig.
Millinery opening April 9th. 10th
and 11th at Mrs. Arthur Brooks, 52S
Sixteenth street. Open evenings.
Chris Kdman was fined v and costs
by Magistrate .lohnson last evening
on a charge ofassanlt and battery.
For choice meats of. all kinds
chickens dressed or dressed to order;
call up Themings market, Xo. 1540.
The Bock Island Ministerial associ
ation is to meet at the Y. M. C. A.
chapel at. 11 o'clock Monday morn
ing. Choice assorted roses 2. cents and
39 cents, American Beauties 4rf cents
a dozen this evening if they last, ot
McCale"s. List your propertj for sale or for
rent with .1. F. Murphy, law, loans
and real estate, room 12, Mitchell Sr
Lynde building. V"
The Associated Charities willhohl
its regular meeting next Monday
evening at 7:.'0 at the rooms on
An exceptional opportunity on four
choice building lots for quick buyers
by application to E. J. Burns, room
11, Mitchell & Lynde buidling.
The police yesterday afternoon
were informed that an overcoat had
been stolen from one of the men in
the employ of the Tri-City Construc
tion company at the foot of Twenty-
IPor over 30 year it
baa proven to bo tha Bet ttxrf U for
mc'j - iiwuuwiuiiw wutiiuiuiiii.
Ow 250. and 50c. at all dntcsUU
Richfcr & Co
first street. A hobo who was seen
going oast on the railroad track is
suspected of having been the guilty
The regular meeting of the Bock Is
land Betail Merchants' association
will be held at the quarters at room
41 in the Mitchell & Lynde b'.il-ling
next Monday evening.
Judge Hiram Bigelow held a short
session, of the circuit court this morn
Ing. attending to some minor matters
in chancery. An adjournment was
taken till next Saturday morning.
Albert Hingstrom, who has. been
successfully oerated on for nppen
dicitis at St. Anthony's hospital, was
removed to his home, 1129 Tenth av
enue, in the ambulance today.
We have just received a new line
of the latest styles in go-carts and
baby carriages. It will pav vou to
inspect them. Helpenstell Xr Lowe,
the new furniture dealers.
Capt. David M. Tipton, master of
the Col. Alex Mackenzie. Ihe govern
ment snag loat, expects to start with
the steamer from. St. Louis aliout
Wednesday of next week.
Four lots, 40x180 feet, are for sale
in Biverview terrace. Street cars one
block distant, location Twenty-ninth
street, south of Eighth avenue. Sewer
and water connections. Price $500
each. Apply to K. JL Guyer.
Mrs. Lizy.ie Christ man. whose hiift
band recently died leaving her in des
titute circumstances, and her daugh
ter were sent to St. Joseph, Mo., last
evening bv Poorimmter Udders. She
will be taken care of bv her sister.
The junior class at the Y. M. C.iA
tcday was photographed and the pic
ture as a class will .-tppear in the next
issue of "Association Men," which
will be devoted esHcially to the jun
ior department. '
A party composed of members of
the Lamb family and their friends, of
Clinton, came up the river in their
houseboat, the Wanderer, this after
noon after having spent the winter
in the havnus of Louisiana.
Mrs. James Marrnan, ' who was
known to many here, died Thursday
at her home in Chicago. She was a
sister of Mrs. Phil Heffernan, Mrs.
P. II. Kellv and Michael Dal v. of this
ity. The funeral occurs tomorrow.
A meeting for all interested in the
I'nion Mission will le held at the
home, Xo. M01 Fourth avenue, at 2::0
tomorrow afternoon. Some account
of the work and all desired informa
tion will be given. All are cordially
The regular meeting of the W. T. C
I., which should Ik? held on Tuesday,
will be postponed until Wednesday
afternoon at 2:.':0 at the Y. M. C. A.
;h:ipel. on account of the institute
which is to be held in Moline Monday
Sparks from the chimney yester
day afternoon set tire to the roofof
the kitchen at the residence of Mrs.
M. Connell. 240:, Fifth avenue. Mem
bers of the family and neighbors
averted danger with a few buckets
The local corns of the Salvation
rmy will give n coffee and cake snp-
pcr this evening at' the barracks o;i
Second avenue for the lwnetit of the
self-denial fund. The refreshments
will le served at 8 o'clock and a gen
eral invitation has been extended to
the public to attend.
Persous living in the vicinity of
convention hall (First M. K. church)
and willing to give rooms with r
without board to lady delegates of
W. 11. C. auxiliary to . A. B,
are urged to send word with rate to
Mrs. Belle Skinner, Xo. 739 Fifteenth
street, who will assign delegates.
April lo. David W. Hunt to J. E.
Isaacson, lot 1, Hunt's First add.,
William Hilker to Milton D. Keiser.
tract by metes and bounds, nc',, SI,
17. aw. $1. -
C. F. Iaebclliehn to Lucy Jenkins
and Abraham CUover.'n'.. '., lot 3,
block' 4. West Moline add., Moline.
Second Baptist church, "by master.
to Henry Fluegel. lot 8, block 44. Low
er add..'Rock Island, $1,030.45.
Women's 18c lace hose, pair. 10c.
Salted peanuts, per pound, 10c.
Men's all solid leuther shoes, pair.
Good rain or sun umbrellas, 2.7e.
Men's all silk how ties, 5c.
Men's fast black socks, 5c.
12c silesia waist linings, 5c.
50c tinted pillow tops, 25c.
TVomen's new shirt waists, 29c.
Assorted roses (if they last), dozen
American Beauties, 48c.
Music bv orchestra.
A Valuable Medicine for Coo ha and Cold a
"I have not the slightest hesitancy
in recommending1 t namueriain
Cough Bemedy to all who arc suffer
ing from coughs or colds, says
Chas. M. Cramer, Esq., a well known
watch maker, of Colombo, - Ceylon.
"It has been some two years since
the City Dispensary first called my
attention to this valuable medicine
and I have repeatedly used it and it
has always been beneficial. It has
cured me quickly of all chest colds.
It is especially effective for children
and seldom takes more than one bot-
trie to cure them of hoarseness. I
have persuaded many to try this val
uable medicine, and Ihey are an as
well pleased as myself over the re
UPPER LINE TO CONNECT
WITH BOTH PHONE SYSTEMS
Moline pnjers are authority-for the
statement that the Crescent Tele
phone company of the upper end of
the county has arranged terms with
the Central I'nion Telephone com
pany for service with the twin-cities,
and also that the country lines will
le conneclcd with the system of the
Union Electric Telephone & Tele
graph company as soon ns it is in
stalled. The Dispatch of last evening
"An arrangement has lieen complet
ed for an immediate connection with
the Central Union lines and to this
end the Crescent jieople yesterday
changed their switchboard at East
Moline to the Fisk farm at Warner
to secure a more central location for
the subscribers of that vicinity and
to facilitate the Central Union con
"It is understood that the Crescent
officials have accepted the Central
Union's offer of a charge of five
cents a minute from all parts of the
upper end system for service into the
tri-cities. but hote of even better fig
ures is still entertained. The fees
for outgoing messages will go to the
Crescent svstem and those for ingo
ing messages to the Central I'nion.
"And just ns soon as the new inde
pendent system in the tri-cities is
readv for oiierntion. a connection
will also lie made with the Crescent
lines. The newcomers in the local
field offer the Crescent people free
use of their city lines in return for
the same privilege on the Crescent
lines terms which the countrj peo
ple declare are better than the3- are
able to reciprocate."
THE TIME TO WOO.
A little white rose in the garden
When the dew in the dawn lay
And over the grass came her lovers
And faithful troth to plight.
But the rose bade the wind go sigh,
She flouted the vows of the butterfly;
And the cricket he skipped without
To the little white rose in the garden.
But alack! the wee rose when the
She quaked in the twilight gray.
When a moth flew out of a lime to sue
And won her without delay.
That bold night-moth that flew from
He won the wee rose without reason
Because sly fellow he knew just the
To woo a white rose in the garden.
Samuel Miiiturn Peek in April
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SPANISH WAR VETS TO
CELEBRATE AT GALESBTJRG
The Spanish-American War Veter
ans of the Henry W. Lawton camp,
Galesburg, are laying large plans for
the dntc of April 24, which day is the
anniversary of the camp. Prominent
men will be there and a sple'idid good
time will be enjoyed by all of the vet
erans, not. only in meeting and shak
ing the hands of their old comrades,
but also in "meeting their officers.
Committees for some time have been
working on the plans, which are now
almost completed. The principal
event of the flay will be a banquet
served at C:.'t0 o'clock in Spake s ban
quet hall. At this time the toasts
of the evening will be delivered. First
will come Col. D. J. Foster, who
toasts "The S.-A. W. V.," and he will
be followed by Chaplain Jack Ferris,
speaking iiimui ".Mess Call." Col. II.
P. Palmer will speak upon "What?"
and Walter Coolidge will toast "Hen
ry W. Lawton Camp." t.'ol. Clark, of
Monmouth. ' and Comrade Charles
Stewart have not vet been assigned
Col. W. P. Brown, of the H. W.
LiwIdii camp, will be the toastmas-
ter of the evening. A ball will follow
Joe Parker will serve warm lunch
everv morning from now on.
FARM WOVEN FENCES.
The "Ell wood" Fence is without question
the neatest, strongest, most practical Farm
Fence made. If you want the best, buy
the Ellwood." We have all sizes con
stantly on hand, sizes 18, 2G, 34, 42, 50, S8
at lowest prices. Get your supply nov
Louis Hanssen's Sons.
213-215 West Second Street. Davenport, Iowa.
ra a a a b o mrs a a b a o a a t vmn& y grmnrg tnnnnrB Eggggggga mre j
M. F. UNDERHILL,:
Opposite New Opera House.
MeeJs 25c. Open day & niglit. Meal tickets $3.50
When we say everything, in
vegetables we mean everything
that the market affords in that
line. Our stock of groceries is
as complete. IMk over this list:
Mushrooms. New Potatoes.
Celery. oyster Piaou
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Bunches. Water Cress.
Leaf L.ettuce.Turnlps. Peas,
Brussels Sprouts, Shives,
Cauliflower. Wax Beans,
Carrots, New Beets,-"
Turkeys Dressed Chickens.
Wild Duck and Spring chicken dress
ed to order.
1620 Second Ave. rhonesl031, 1013
Talk of the
Brinjr vour head ami let us fit vou.
1IARFER HOUSE BLOCK.
Yes, we make Shirts.
If You Laun
YOU COULD NOT HANDLE
IT MORE CAREFULLY THAN
YVE DO. Fure soap and wa
ter wash it. Pure stareh stif
fens it. Fine machinery and
skilled labor iron it perfect
ly. We know our work is
the best. AVe guarantee it to
be the best.
Try it. If you do not also
think it Is the best, don't pay
Wagons Call Everywhere.
Cor. Twelfth. Street and
' Fifth Avenue.
Looking for all the latest
kinks in Spring Suits
will find what they want
at the M. 6c K.
$5 to $22.
Who have seen the
M. 6c K. new styles in boys'
Clothing are delighted with
them. We trust that not
a mother in town will fail to
see these Spring Novelties.
sults." For sale by all druggists.