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THE AKGTJS, SATURDAY, JUKE 20, 1903.
Partly cloudy tonight and
Sunday; no decided change in
. J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 5G;
at 2:30 p. m. 70.
Uicycles at Ilynes.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Ilynes repairs wheels.
Head Adams' :u pajro six.
Head Adams' aiK iagv six.
Head Adams' ink pa;e six.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Heidy Bros.
Gasoline stoves at YVileher's.
Excursion to Dubuque Sunday.
Tri-City .Towel Supply company.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Buy yur lire works at Youny it Mc
Combs'. Kead the leader's special for Satur
day on paje seven.
Dressed spring chickens at II ess
Bros', this eveniupr.
Visit, tuir millinery department.
Young iX: McComlis.
Excursion to" Dubuque Sunday. On
ly $l.oO for the round trip.
See the automobile go-carls at llc
matin & Sal.nia mi's. A new line.
For tin and furnace work see II. T.
Eiemon, Fourth avenue, Union 2S3.
' Thompson's foundry, 542 Twenty
fourth street, (ieneral jobbing foun
d ry .
Don't miss the excursion to Du
buque Sunday. $1.50 for the round
We have a complete line of Duck's
celebrated steel ranges, (.'loniann Sr
The automatic refrigerator has
stood the test. See them at (.'lemann
iV Sal.iua nn's.
Tri-City Painters union excursion
to Dubuque Sumiaj, .Itinc -I. Fare
for the round trip $1.50.
Our stock of parlor furniture is
recognized to be the ino?t complete
in the tri-cities. ( lemann V Salmanu.
Keil raspberries, black rnberries.
blackberries, blueberries and fancy
strawberries at IIcss Dros. this even
ing. Mattings make an ideal summer
floor covering. See our line up from
y. cents. Drake Furniture fc Car
pet company, 324-328 Brady street,
Ladies and children's gingham sun
bonnets, Monday morning at 10
o'clock, 11 cents, at Young. & Mc
Combs'. 500 brass extension rods, for Mon
day only, 5 cents each. Drake Furni
ture & Carpet company, 324-328 Brady
Our stock of iron and brass beds is
as complete as it is possible to make
it. We are showing many styles. Cle
mann & Salmann.
Oo and see the finest display of the
best perfumes and toilet goods made
by Theo. Bieksecker company, at T.
II. Thomas drug store.
See our vast display of porch and
lawn furniture, up from $1.1)8. Drake
Furniture & Carpet company, 324-328
Brady street, Davenport.
Lace curtains in all the new designs
up from 75 cents per pair. Drake Fur
niture & Carpet company, 324-32K
LIrady street, Davenport.
Charles Norton has purchased the'
saloon that has been ocrated by
George Odam at 321 Twentieth street,
and is now in possession.
The Low German Sisters society
will give a bird shoot at Huber's
garden June 20. Admission, 10 cents;
children's tickets, 25 cents.
Judge I'armenter yesterday after
noon olliciated at the wedding of
Kmil I J. Nelson and Miss Christina
Elizabeth Nason, both of Moline.
32-inch challie, madras and zephyr
gingham, worth 15 cents per ,ard,
Mon lay mi ruing at 9 o'clock, 5 cents
er yard, at Young fc McCombs.
Cool soda, goo: I soda, best soda, re
freshing soda there are others, but
we have the best. Charles Ullemey
er's pharmacy. 534 Sixteenth street.
Wool ingrain carpets, fancy colors
and designs, 3D, 45, 50 and t5 cents a
yard. Drake Furniture . Carpet com
pany. 324-32S Itrady street, Davenport.
I.ineoleu in makes a nice door cover
ing, easy to keep clean. See the big
line of patterns we are showing in
this department. Clemann A Sal
ma n n.
A party of the operators of the Cen
tral Union Telephone company of this
city and Molim last, evening enjoyed
an outing at Flack Hawk's Watch
Charles Davis Ikis resigned his posi
tion at Shields grocery to go on the
road as traveling representative of
the Van Fatten wholesale grocery, of
Justus Holmes Shoemake and Miss
Maud F. Liscom wire married Tues
day evening at the home of the father
of the bride. W. A. Liscom. sin Fif
teenth street. llv. W. S. Marquis of
ficiating. The couple have gone to
Topeka, Kans., where the groom is
employed as train dispatcher.
Do your summer cooking on one of
our gasoline stoves. We lvnve them up
from $3.50 to $31. Drake Furniture &
Carpet company, 324-328 Brady street,
"Extraordinary June purchases in
McCabe's ready-to-wear department:
petticoats, drawers; corset covers and
gowns much below the usual June
prices. See ad.
The very unusual price of 12V cents
on David and John Anderson's 25 to
50 cent Scotch ginghams, all the lat
est effects, next, week while they last.
12'3 cents, at McCabe's.
Linoleums, American and imported
goods, new patterns, all widths, from
GO cents per yard and up. Drake Fur
niture & Carpet company, 324-328
Brady street, Davenport.
St. Margaret's .Guild of Trinity
chapel will give a lawn sociable Tues
day night at the chapel. Seventh
street and Fourth avenue. Ice cream
and cake will be served.
The ambulance was called yester
day afternoon to the Willey notion
store on Sixteenth street, where Mrs
L. McLnin had fainted. .She was tak
en home to 1318 Sixth avenue.
Hammocks buy them now and get
the benefit of the summer breezes.
We carry all styles, up from 08 cents.
Drake Furniture & Carpet company,
321-32S Brady street, Davenport.
250 shades mounted on rollers and
ready to hang, 30 inches wide, feet
long, for Monday only, 7 cents each.
Drake Furniture fc Carpet company,
324-328 Brady street, Davenport.
"Seeing is believing." Come and
look over our stock. We can save you
from 10 to 20 per cent on anything in
the way of furniture, carpets, rugs,
stoves, etc. Clemann X: Sal.maun.
Ladies oxfords, high grade, up to
$3.50 values, not all sizes left, now
down- to $2.25, $2 and $1.18 for next
week's selling at McCabe's. You'll be
in great luck while your M.e is left.
Let us han lie your upholstering
wants am! furniture icpairing. We
make a reasonable price for such
work. Drake Furniture & Carpet com
pany, 321-328 Brady street, Davenport.
One-third of your life is spent in
bed. Why not choose a comfortable
spring and mattress set? Our line up
from $2.50. Drake Furniture A- Car
pet company, 324-32S Brady street.
You more than. sae the price of a
refrigerator by keeping your find
pure ami sweet. See our "'ec of re
frigerators up from $ti.50. Drake Fur
niture A CarjH't company, 321-328
I'.rady street. Davenport.
When ,ou art' out with vour girl
on a hot summer's night and want an
ice cream soda that is served just
right, go to Beiss' "retreat" on Twenty-seventh
street and you will say
that their soda can't be beat.
Albert Todd was thrown from a
horse he was riding in the vicinity of
Second aienne and tenth street early
last evening and was bruised and ren
dered uncon.dous for a- time, lie
was revived at Heimbeck's drug store
and will be all right in a few days.
Mrs. John Fuliner, C00 Twelfth
street, had a rather close call as a re
sult of mistaking a bottle of lauda
num for other medicine that, she had
been taking Thursday. The mistake
was discovered at once and the
prompt arrival of a physician averted
The foresters' team of Cam) 1550,
M. . A., arrived home from the In
dianapolis head camp last night. The
members were well .pleased with their
trip and the manner in which they
had been entertained at the Indiana
capital. The team of Camp 20 stop
ped in Chicago to see the derby.
Local Agent M. J. Young says the
Burlington road is not to blame for
the removal of the watchman from
the crossing at the foot of -East Sev
enteenth street. He says, while the
arrangement for paying the watch
man may have been a joint affair be
tween the Burlington, the Bock Isl
and and the D., II. I. it N. V., that
he was neither put on nor taken off
bv the l'urlington.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called at 5:00
WILL HONOR DEAD
lp. f!nhbx.'Ritr!iiHi!i PtUs cure all kidney Uih. fn
M ft . And sutrltuv tfonierty liwaKor N. V
Woodmen and Knights of Pythias
to Hold Memorial Ser
THE EXERCISES AT CHIPPIANNOOK
Graves of Departed Members to Be
Decorated and Programs
The committee on arrangements
for the joint memorial observation of
the Woodmen camps and the Boyal
Neighbors has iiiuiV out the program
for tomorrow, when the ceremonials
will be carried out at t'hippiannock
cemetery, providing the weather does
.Mayor William McC'onochie will be
marshal and I Jr. .1. V. .Myers will be
master of ceremonies. The exercises
will take place in the morning, cars
leaving Sixth avenue and Seventeenth
street at !:::.
Dr. .Myers will open the program at
the. cemetery with remarks. The
quartet will give a song, followed by
LYv. W. B. .McKee. who will offer a
prayer. The audience will be address
ed by Harry .M. McCaskrin. and at its
onelusion Kev. McKee will offer pray
er. I he (piartet will give a song in
closing the program.
Kach camp will decorate the graves
of its deceased members, s-oparating
at the conclusion of the program.
Kultrhttln the Afternoon.
The members of St. Paul lodge. No.
H7, Knights of Pythias, will hold, me
morial exercises tomorrow afternoon
in honor of deceased brothers. Cars
will be taken to Chippiunuock ceme
tery, where a program will be given
at :i o'clock. The address will be
made by ('. .1. Searle. while musical J
numbers will be given by a quartet1
composed of Miss Lillian Litpat rick.
Miss Kuby Williams. Charles L. Lutes
am) .1. A. .lohnson. Appropriate cer
emonies will then mark the decora
tion of the graves of the deceased.
All members t f the order are request
ed to be present and the general pub
lic is cordiallv invited to attend.
Ten Yearn in Ited.
B. A. Cray, .7. P., Oakville, Ind.,
writes: "For 1i years I was confined
to my bed with disease of my kid
Beys. It was so severe that I could
not move part of the time. I consult
ed the very best medical skill availa
ble, but could get no relief until Fo
ley's Kidney Cure was recommended
to me. It has been a (iod-send to
lue." All druggists.
appy Little oesf
We can make them happy by selling them a pair of shoes 2j
that will wear the right length of time, be stylish, polish
well, be priced right, and fit without pinching or slipping. !
We believe that the best thing we can do is t, have a satis- j
lied customer. We have a great many of them.
S H O ES .
Wo liave tlio youtli's and children's f"
from $1.50 to .... $2.00 $
We have the misses and children's X
from 1.00 to . . . . 5 .75 j.
We have the little gents' from $1.25 4
to $.75 J
We have the boys' from $1.50 to $2.25 "$
DOLLY BROS., SSSSgS
Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.50
07 TWENTIETH ST. T
T 208 Brady Street, Davenporr, la. T
WELL, GET BUSY....
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ahd have u- call for your
cai pets. Have them clean
ed l.v the latent proce-s
and relaid by an experi
enced carpet layer.
ROCK ISLAND RUG CO.
'J J i.l ton rili Ave.
OU 1'tioae 15111 West.
New ihouc 5ofjl.
t B. WINTER, t
Wholesale Dealer in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL f
t WATER. t
Mt-ixuft-cturei of WLM'EK'S CELEUKAl'ED lillTERS.
1616-1618 Third Avenue, Kocfe Island, 111.
mnmli tr Ti r-i h
Carpets have advanced from 3c to
6c per yard and we are cutting the
The finest and heaviest two ply in
grain carpets made, every yard guar
anteed, any pattern In the CHf
house, Regular price 65c, now....QuL
Extra heavy all wool Ingrains, CC
regular price 60c, now tlul
Good all wool Ingrains, several pat
terns, we will close AZt
out at 50c, and 4uu
A large line of extra 98f
heavy carpets 01
. carpets . . 22C
A large line of odd pieces for the par
lor, pretty rocker3, PO
as low as J0
Handsome corner chairs
as low as
X Jarre line of wood seat arm rock
ers. b!h backs. rf jfQ
as low at Js4i
-olid Oak Diners, brace
arras, carved backs
A lnrge assortment of Upholstered
a 3 low as
Leather Rockers ....
VS l i n H 15 Jf,
1 Bll lil 131 Ri
4..1 II Pl Mf til 'ul
A large line of Fancy Rockers, A A
54.75, $4.50, J4.25 art 50'.UU
Kitchen Tables, white tops,
Solid Oak Chiffoniers, 5 drawers, well
made nnd 7k
finished 5i 3
Sanitary steel couche, well made.
just like VKH I
Is Holbrook's Annual June Sale
An opportunity to furnish ycur home complete at the least cost and in
the best goods. Early purchasers have found "Unmatchable
Bargain's" and. have sent their friends and neighbors. It pays
them. It will pay you.
Odd dressers, in Mahognny. Oak,
IMrds-Kye Maple. A good one
well made- and finished, large'
i-'iench plate mirror, - 7 ((
just like cut 01. UU
Combination book CI1 7C
cases, just like cut...3lll0
bent glass corners, C f rft
Just like cut O14.0U
lare lln of oouohes. wpII mde and uphols"'-' 'n
the best of material, comfortable, CC 7C
similar to cut
The largest line of library tables in the tri-cities in
Mahogany and quarter sawed oak, f f"A
polished finish, as low as 0 OU
Solid Oak Extent ion Tables, top 42 inches square, six
feet long, massive legs, 6 inches through, C7 OA
juat like cut OlU
EARLY PURCHASERS HAVE FOUND "UN MATCH ABLE BARGAINS" AND HAVE SENT
THEIR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS. IT PAYS THEM. IT WILL PAY YOU.
PORcn and wmx)ov7 snADnd
rtunc m ut. uaa rwmra poni
. ads scoMjw-feiimuiPKNr ov
We are agents for "Vudor" Porch
Shaaes, and carry all sizes.
4x8 feet $1.75
6x8 feet $2.50
8x8 feet $3.50
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Over 60 different styles of Bedroom
Sultfc. An elegant suit, just
Woven wire Springs, corded every two
i5?S H fcrroN feu Awvrratss
Good elastic cotton felt mattresses
weighing 45 pounds, just Cf AA
like cut 40VU
Good Soft top mattresses, good tick
ing, any CO Cft
A largo line of soli, oak extension
tables, solid oak, tops- Clt A A
42 inches, 6 feet long Ot.UU
Pretty Iron Beds, brass top rail. Jarre
brass knobs, any size, CC
just like cut JiuU
Good Iron Beds, ffl 0
any size 01 i0
Large Refrigerators, "Grand Rapids"
and "White Mo
and "White Mountain" makes, C M HE
. ssl jngTyjSMBBQT f-l
40 different styles of Chiffoniers, in
birde's-eyo maple, mahogany and
quarter sawed oak, hand- Cf f flfl
some ones as low as l.UU
W. S. HOLBROOK, 109-SII Eaisf Second Street, Davenpoil, Iowa
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