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THE AEGKUS, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1902.
Fair ami continued cool to
niprht and Sunday. Frost to
night. J. m: SHERIEK,
Temperature At 7 a.m. 4a;
at 3:30 p. m., 50.
Boost Morning J.ig-ht.
Talk Morning: Light.
Smoke Morning' Light.
Bicyeles at Wilcher's.
Clear Havana E. T. D.
Call for Morning Light.
Simon Lewis' for wines.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Rcidy Bros.
Good smoke. Morning Light.
K. T. Dolly's Morning Light.
Union niale. Morning Light.
Home-made. Morning Light.
Havana smoke, Morning Light.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Fred Ohlweiler lays cement walks.
Practice that which you preach andj
For real estate and insurance, E.
Date of Trinity (iuild sale changed
to April SO.
Canned goods of every description
at W. A. Khlels.
call for home cigars. Morning Light
and La Flor de E. T. D.
For a good loaf of bread try Y. J.
Moeller'a Ivory patent flour.
Simon Lewis has everything in the
way of tine wines and Honors.
Wall paper selling from 2 cents a
roll and up at W. C. Hubbe's.
All kinds of fruits and vegetables
fresh every morning at W. A. EhlebV.
See Fred Ohlweiler for cement
walks. His work and materials are
Kerler Bros, clean carpets and mat
tresses right. Seventeenth street.
Phone 477 .
Have Mr. Hubix- gie you an esti
mate on doing your painting. 101 'J
Ileal estate. Heal estate. Real
estate. H. K. Walker. Under Kock
Island National bank.
The choicest delicacies in the mar
ket can always be found at Ehleb's
on Twentieth street.
Important if true, and it is true,
every word on page -!. regarding
MeCabe's curtain department.
All the latest notellics in go-carts
can be found at ( Iciiiann .V- Salz
maim's. Don't fail to see their line.
Sin.ooo.no worth of ladies knit un
derwear at prices lower than ever le
fore is what MeCabe says on page 4.
The stage of water was 2: all day.
The Winona was the only boat in and
out. The temjerature at noon was
If you want i 's--e an elegant line
of lace curtains, something entirely
new. isit Clemann & Sal.mann's new
Home-made candy. aprons, bags,
bio- collars, handkerchiefs, etc.. at
Trinity Cuild sale at I. . Hurst's
My references: Anyone for whom
1 have laid cement walks. Residence
1119 Fifth-and-ahalf avenue. Fred
The finest selections in wall paper
at lowest prices can be found at W.
(.'. Huhlie's wall paper store, 101.t
Clemann t Salmann have just re
ceived a car load of extension dining
room tables. These will be. placed
on the floor immediately.
We do not hesitate to say that our
line of stoics artd ranges is one of
the riiost complete ever shown. Cle
mann & Salzmann.
Tho new Morning Light is now 4'.
inches long and can be known from
the old one by the union label on
the front of each box.
There is a wonderful completeness
in every line of our large stock that
Mill a piea 1 to all prospective buyers.
Clniiiinn V Salzmann.
If you have never used "Big. Toe" or
"Snow- Flake" flour, try it. There is
no letter flour on the market. For
sale at W. A. Fhlcb's.
William H. Moody has let a contract
to A. K. Nelson for a $'.HK) residence
tojic erected this summer at Fortieth
street and Seventh avenue.
Springfield. III., and return one fare
fciVr nnitr GERMAN tAW
I WW lirlVllba
Faceache. Rheumatisms etc.
OR. RICHTEk'S World-Renowned
Kme gpnntne wttK5atTrmJ rkBchor;5
One wrll-lcncjwn pcnwiciici m-ny
OA I M FYPFtlF:R'isan
cellent remedy for Facial
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($1.65). open to everybody, via the
K. I & P. railway. May 5th to Sth, ac
count republican state convention.
Only good goods will win, that Is
why the Morning Light and La Flor
de K. T. D. are making new friends
every day and holding their old ones,
The high schools of Rock Island,
Moline and! Davenport are this after
noon holding a joint lield meet at the
old fair grounds in South Rock Is
The boom in MeCabe's carjM't de
partment is astonishing' all comers,
The fetchingness of the bargains of
fered here is the sensation of the
Our store will be formally opened
this evening. Come and see this first
grand opening display of furniture,
carpets, ruirs, stoves, etc. Clemann
Peoria. III., and return $3.70 on cer
tificate plan, Mav 1st to 5th. via It. I.
& P. railway, account annual meet
intr of Red Men. Good returning un
til May 10th.
The ladies of Trinity Episcopal
church will hold a sale of fancy ar
ticles at the home of Mrs, E. V.
Hurst next Wednesday afternoon, be
ginning at 2 o clock.
Live well, eat slowly, be cheerful
and trv to live as long as you can.
You will never have another c-hance.
If you desire to accomplish this buy
your groceries at W. .7. Moeller's, 2030
The new management of MeCabe's
house furnishing department is mak
ing a record this spring which will be
i high mark for future great efforts
to surpass if possible. Note the very
special prices quoted on page 4S.
Great dress goods and black silk
selling and myriads of bargains m
wash goods is the announcement
from MeCabe's big store for April and
May selling. A perfect glare of bar
gains in most worthy merchandise.
Special. High wages help the retail
dealers. so the more Morning
Light and E. T. 1). cigars sold the
more chance every dealer has to de
rive some benefit from the factory
now run bv E. T. Doll v.
Shoes Everybody wears shoes, but
not everyone knows that Met. a be s
have the largest and best selected
toek of u i-to-t he-minute styles of
fresh, new -shoes from the best mak
ers ait prices lower than elsewhere in
the three cities.
The lMiard of library directors at
an adjourned meeting last evening
considered a proposition to effect a
change in the exterior of the new
building. though a change in the
manner of cutting the stone was vot
Get it out of your head that home
made cigars are not so good as ones
make outside ami bear in mind the fa
mous clear Havana E. T. D. 10-cent
mid the Morning light 0-cent cigar, L.
P. Dolly manufacturer. Union stamp
on everv uox.
In looking ji round the city among
fhe many fine grocery stores there is
none that- is more attractive man
that of W. A. Ehleb. The store" is
alwavs a model of neatness and his
toek of fruit and vegetables is the
choicest and lest in the market. Give
Khleb a trial as he surely can suit
HE COURTED DEATH
Smoked a Pipe While lie Wan
Dealing Willi Gasoline.
Chicago. April" iS'I. An explosiou of
a can of- gasoline in a shed adjacent
t.) the Illinois Malleable Iron works
nearly resulted fatally to a boy and
burned the structure to the ground
before the flames could be extin
guished. Fourteen-year-old John Ge
Jewskl. of Tli Holt street, was sent
from the main building of the com
pany nt 1- Diverscy boulevard to a
small binding in the rear for a can
From a large can he had filled a
smaller one and was :ilout to leave
the shanty, when a spark from his
pipe blew into the fluid. In an in
stand an exposion wcurrcd that blew
the roof from the structure and threw
the boy on his knees. Realizing his
dangerous jMisition, the lioy crawled
from the burning building. Hp had
barely left the door when the second
can exploded. The loy was again
thrown on his face by the impact.
TOWN IN KANSAS
WIPED OUT BY FIRE
St. Joseph, Mo., April 26. Herkim
er. Kansas, a town of .100 inhabitants,
was totally wiped out by fire at mid
night. All communication is cut off.
ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP
NIAGARA POWER PLANT
Buffalo, April 20. News received
from Niagara Falls today says an at
tempt was made to blow up the pow
er canal on the Canadian side with
Looks I.Ik a Wlwomln Rnlrld-.
Waseca, Minn., April The dead
body of an unknown man wrapped In
a quilt was found by laborers here who
were unloading a lumber -ar which
came from Woodruff. Wis. The man's
clothing was marked "M. . and he
was" about 40 years old. A lMttle
which contained morphine was found
in his vest lwicket. .
Fire ISren Burning m W'ftV.
Clinton. Ia.. April 2f. The saw dust
flat, a quarter of a mile square, al
most within a bMock f the residence
district, are on tire and threaten the
city. The top of the flat Is now well
burned off. but the fire has crept deep
Into the debris. The Are has been rag
ing since Monday. .
Miss Sarah Flynn was pleasantly
surpriseil at her home on Third av
enue last evening by a number of
her young friends. The evening was
spent at games and supper was serv
ed. Those present were: Anna Carl
ston. Esther Tanner, Silvia Graves,
Caroline Means, Mabel Shuey, Ella
Wichmann, Cora Tanner, Nellie Bidi
son, Ralph Souders. Fayette Skinner,
Orlin Means, Gilbert Graves, Albion
liurgston, Jewitt Col burn and Will
William Dcisenroth was pleasantly
surprised by couples of friends
Thursday evening at his home, 813
The Medical association of Rock
Island county was entertained with
i l-minuet l.-ist eveninr bv the presi
dent. Dr. J. F. Myers, at his residence
on Fifth avenue. A large nnmoer oi
physicians were present- from the
three cities ami country towns.
Miisii- n.-iK furnished bv Prof. E. L.
Philbrook' and the Misses Myers. Af
ter the regular business of the meet
ing had iM-en transacted resolutions
thv on the death of Dr.
Christian Fenger, of Chicago, and of
Dr. W. D. Middleton, of Davenport,
Miss llarrielte Hampton entertain
ed at her home. 1002 Seven-
tecnth. street, ' last
Miss Viola Gordon, a bride
of the coming week. Her guests
were 23 young ladies. The wedding
colors, green and white, prevailed in
the decorations. The Apollo Mando
lin orchestra furnished music.
Miss Ethel Frazer entertained the
Thursday club at a taffy pull this
A Uoctor'a Itad might.
"Two years ago, as a result of a
severe cold, I lost my voice," writes
Dr. M. L. Scarbrough, of Hebron,
Ohio, "then began an obstinate
cough. Every remedy known to me
as a practicing physician for 35 years
failed, and I daily grew worse. Be
ing urged to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds, I found quick relief, and for
the last 10 daj's have felt better than
for two years." Positively guaran
teed for throat and lung troubles by
Hartz & UUemcyer. 50c and $1. Trial
Chicken and baked fish lunch,
buckwurst, bock beer and genuine
German lager at the Ponce tie Leon
tonight, opposite the postoffice.
Warm chicken lunch at Joe Park
IIow Are Ttmr Kidneys f
T)r. Hobbi'Pparai?tiP1llaenrdl kldncr Hl. t?an.
pie tree. Add. bicrliog Kerned? Co.. Chicago or N. V.
t'p-to-l)Mt Wall 1'aper.
People of this city who are in need
of anyhting in the decorating or pap
er-hanging line will do well not to
overlook the establishment of Pari-
don it Son. This firm, located at
119 Seventeenth street, has been in
business in this city since 1S73 and
has always been recognized among
the leaders in decorative and art
work. In the past several seasons
their business has increased very
materiallv due in a large measure to
close application to their work and
also to the fact that they employ
none but the best talent obtainable.-
Their stock is not only complete but
it is up-to-date in every respect, en
tailing an investment of over $7,000.
All work undertaken is done prompt
ly and in the most approved manner,
which has tended to increase the
amount of their business to such an
extent that now they employ 25 skill
ed workmen. I5oth members tf the
firm are artists in their line and thor
oughly understand the work they are
engaged in. They enjoy a steady per
manent trade and persons having any
dealings whatever with them will find
them businesslike in every respect.
Twentieth Century Medicine.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic are as
far ahead of ancient pill poisons and
liquid physic as the electric light of
the tallow candle. Genuine stamped
C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All
YOU MUSTTIE YOUR BABY
TO THE TABLE LEG rMJ
Everything keeps so nice, fresh and
sweet in the Leonard Cleanable
Leonard refrigerators have
walls to preserve the ice.
Leonard's have air tight locks and all
parts are removable for cleanliness.
They cost no more than the common
Call and examine the largest line in
the city, at
to keep it out of mischief, if you musi
in the kitchen all day sweltering over a
red-hot Coal stove. You need not do either
if you own a "Quick Meal" Stove. The
"Quick Meal" takes care of itself. The
"Quick Meal" will cook the dinner in
the time it takes a coal fire to start, and
it will do it without soot, smoke, dirt or
ashes but quicker, better and cleaner
and with less expense than the old
fashioned red-hot coal stove. Keep
yourself and your kitchen cool and drive
ri&at drudgery from your home an!
better do it to-day.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Is made an easy task by look
ing over this li.-t. We have
everything that the inarkot
affords In the way ot vegeta
ble, fruits and fancy staple
Look this list over:
Mushrooms. New Potatoes.
Celery. Oyster I'laut.
I'arslcv. Head Iettuce.
Soup" Hunches. Water Cress.
Leaf Lettuce.Turnips. Peas.
Brussels Sprouts, Shives,
Caulitlower. Wax Beans,
Carrots. Now Beets,
Poultry and Fish.
Turkeys Dressed Chickens.
Trout, CodHsh, Salmon
1620 Second Ave. Ihonesl031. 1013
Talk of the
Bring your head and let us lit you.
IIAKPEIS HOUSE BLOCK.
Yes, we make Shirts.
i k. ; r . a.
A Source of
To those who love immaculate linen
i.- the exquisitely laundered shirt.
collar or ru IT r that is returned from
the American Steam Lajrfidry. No
fray, tear or gajnng button holes to
make a man disgusted when dressing
in a hurry or to annoy him while
wearing his garments, but a clean
spotles: and faultless fchirt front, col
lar or cuff that ln-ams satisfaction at
all times when done by
Laundry 5 5
Cor. Twelfth. Street and
Fif tn Avenue. Pnone 1236. 1
Looking for all the latest
kinks in Spring Suits
will find what they want
at the M. 6c K.
$5 to $22,
3. wL Jb
Who have seen the
M. 6c K. new styles in boys'
Clothing are delighted f with
' them. We trust that not
a mother in town will fail to
see these Spring Novelties.
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