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THE AHGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1902.
(Jenernlly fair tonight and
Friday; but slight change
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 02;
at 8:30 p. m., 75.
Clear Havana, E. T. D.
For insurance, E. X Burns.
Buy a home of Ecidy Bros.
Bicycles repaired at YVilcher's.
Flags at Young' & MeCombs.
$"-'.50 to Milwaukee and return.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
$5,0)0 to loan on real estate. Iteidy
Milwaukee excursion Saturday,
For real estate and insurance, E.
Plenty of fresh fish at Sehroeder's
John White was fined $2 today for
Dr. David B. Hawcs, dentist, Illinois
If you want 3'our property sold list
it with Beidy Bros.
See the noliliv duck outing hats at
Plenty of fresh fish of all kinds
at Hess Bros, tomorrow.
' Young & Mc("oiiibs' store will lo
open ii n til. noon tomorrow.
The Y. M. C .. tennis club is ar
ranging u tournament to be held next
Bev. II. B. Williams will deliver ii
Memorial day address at Viola to
morrow. Victor A. Bergland. osteopath. Illi
nois theatre building. Consul tat foil
and examination free.
(in to Crainpton's art and literary
department for suitable presents for
the school graduates.
(jo to the Watch Tower Decoration
day baud concert and dancing free
afternoon and evening.
The finals for the first division
bowlers in the Hock Island Club tour
nament occur this evening.
The Ara-filenr club gives the firt
dancing jmrly in its summer series at
the Watch Tower this evening.
Band concert at the Watch Tower
Decoration day; also free dancing at
the inn afternoon and evening.
Little Esther Carlson. 4".(M Fifth av
enue, fell upon the sidewalk near her
home and dislocated her elbow.
A splendid opportunity to visit rel
atives and friends at .Milwaukee, by
going on the excursion June 7.
Free dancing at Black , Hank inn.
Watch Tower, Decoration day also
ban 1 concert afternoon and evening.
A swell line of trimmed duck out
ing hats; get one for Decoration day.
Store open till noon. Brandenburg
Milwaukee excursion will le made
ip of two special trains, thus assur
ing ample room and good accommoda
tions for all.
Take your family to the Watch
Tower Decoration day band concert
and free dancing in the inn, afternoon
Fully K hours in Milwaukee will be
the time excursionists can spend in
that beautiful city by going on the
excursion June 7.
Milwaukee with its many leautiful
parks, boulevards and the great lake
makes it a delightful place for excur
sionists to spend the day.
The Bock Island Ladies Turner so
ciety will give an ice cream sociable
Thursday evening. May 2'J1h. Tickets
1j cents. Dancing extra. Everybody
(iilt lnioks for the graduates, a
large collection of choice subjects in
new and attractive bindings and a
wide range of prices. Crampton's
Order your , fresh fish from Hess
Bros, tomorrow. ' They will have
fresh trout, catfish, salmon, buffalo
and perch. 'I'hone orders given
Barney Flaherty, of Sherrard, and
lis lttie M. Lawson, of Cable, were
married yesterday afternoon at the
county building. Judge Adams per
forming the ceremony.
The members tf H. C. Cleavcland
camp. Sons of Veterans, are request-:
ed to meet si't the court house at S:?.i)
hma proven to t the Bent hgr U for
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H Cr 253. and 50c at all draggtets
R - or through
V F JU- Rich! er Co.
215 Pearl Street.
iS New York.
tomorrow morning to take part in
the Memorial day exercises.
Decoration day picnic. Schuetzen
park, Davenport, Friday, May 30. $40
in prize dances. Cash prize to lady
giving best patriotic recitation. Dane
ing afternoon and evening. v Admis
sion 10 cents. .
An alarm of fire called Hose Jso. 1
to the residence of James Heaton,
821 Fourth avenue this rooming. A
gasoline stove exploded, causing nom
inal damage. The housp is owned by
Spend a pleasant afternoo'h and
evening by taking the steamer Helen
Blair at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
to Muscatine and return on the W.J
Young at 10:30 the same dav. 'T5
cents for the round trip.
D. W. Wisherd, of Hannibal, Mo.,
formerly master of the Volunteer, has
been appointed by Capt. John St reek
fus excursion manager of the J. S. for
the season. His territory reaches
from St. Louis to St. Paul.
See an amateur game of ball for a
change. Bock Island Independents
vs. the Hickeys, of the Davenport city
league, Friday morning at the
Twelfth street park. Qame called at
10:30. Admission 15 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Quayle have is
sued invitations to the wedding of
their daughter. Miss Edith M., ami W
Orton Talbot, which is to be solemn
ized at their home, 1517 Seventh ave
nue, Wednesday evening, June 11, at
lou will lose no time from your
work by going on the Milwaukee ex
cursion June 7, the excursion leaving
Saturday evening and returning early
Monday morning. Take advantage of
thi opportunity offered by this ar
The Carnival City Packet company
will have the steamer Helen Blair
eave Bock Island at 4 o'clock tomor
row afternoon and connect with the
steamer W. J. Young at Muscatine,
returning at 10:30 the same day.
Itound trip 75 cents.
The P.aehelor tiirls club was enter
tained last evening by Mrs. John Ains-
worth at her home on Fifteenth
street. Cinch was played, the first
und consolation prizes Indng won by
Miss Mollie McEniry. of Moliue, and
Miss Margiiret Brady, respectively.
The Coal Valley Mining company is
about to begin the erection of a
movable platform on the levee at the
foot of Twentieth street for the pur
pose of transferring coal to lxats.
I'he platform will be loadeil by dump
ing the cars upon the platform and
then sliding it down to the water's
Game 5 5 5
Prark 5 5 5
NEWS OF THE RIVER.
8 n to.
f honor ,
St. Paul M
Red Wing 14
Reeds ..aniline I-
Prairie da Chien IS
Ia: Claire 10
Des Moines Rapil
Kansas City 21
The lMats down this morning were
the II. C. Urockman. F. Weycrhauser
and Hennepin. The Hennepin return
The stage of water at 0 a. in. was
10.13 and fell to 10.05 by noon. The
emKrature at noun was 74.
The Winona was in and out.
The Helen Blair leaving for Musca-
lne tomorrow afternoon at 4 win
ike an excursion to meet the W. J.
Young at that place and return late
in the evening.
Hnloon. and Oardrnh
There is to be a matinee tomorrow-
afternoon at ": :rt at the Diamond
palm garden vaudeville theatre, 1815
Iancron f Neglected.
Hums, cuts ami other wounds often
fail to heal properly if neglected and
become troublesome sores. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve prevents such con
sequences. Even where delay has
ggravated the injury Deitts
Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure. U
had a running sore on my leg thirty
years," says If. C. Hartly, Yankee-
town, Ind. "After using many reme
dies, I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. A few boxes healed the sore.
Cures all skin diseases. Piles yield
to it at once. Beware of counter
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8 222 W. Second St.. 8
Davenport, la. 8
Speaking of Summcrliave
you seen the new sliapes
that we are showing for
the up-to-date giirl who
wants style and snap in
We have boots and ox
fords with close edges and
extension edges. They have
that something which draws the eye, and they
are the hest that ever bore the name of Dolly
Bros. They are priced right also $2 to 1.
Foot Fitters. 5 3 307 Twentieth Street
YOU FilUStTIE YOUR BABY
TO THE TABLE LEG itif
to keep it ont of mischief, if you must'
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
Siat drudgery from your home and
better do it to-day.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
We Carry. Complete
Line of RaJston's
Foods as Follows!
COOKS IN S MINUTES.
Brain Bread Flour
1620 Second Are. Phone 1031,
1 USZ-S.' ZfK
Talk of the .
Brin your head and let us fit von
UAnrcr: house block.
Ye?, wo make Shirts.
Is not onerof the failing of
those in our employ, therefore
we never have to make excuses
for bad work. When the lin-n
leaves our hands it is cleaned
projKjrly, iinished. perfectly ami
delivered promptly. If you still
clin to out-of-date methods, re
form and try the
Laundry 5 5
Cor. Twelfth. Street and
ilftii Avenue. Plion 12hk.
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In weather like this you want everything to count for
coolness. In order to have comfort the fit of your sum
mer garments must be right as well as the right fabric.
There'll be "no f ussin," "no cussin," if you buy your sum
mer wear here. We are showing our usual line of serges at
A banner line of Derby, Ribbed and Balbriggan under
wear, 50c values for
New fashioned crashes, homespuns and flannels, the
swellest things for this season made in coat and pant
00 $7.50 $110.00 to $B5.00
Flaflimel Trousers at $2.95 1
Some splendid attractions in our undewear department,
feits. All druggists.