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THE AJXGHTS, MOJiDAY, FEBRUABr 8, 1904.
Partly cloudy and contin
ued cold tonight and Tuesday.
Temperature At 7 a. m. t;
at 2:30 p. m. 15.
There were 12 pretty maids of
Who swore by their gTanddacl's per
That ere leap year had fled
Every one would be wed
Or suffer on awful rebuque.
Ilynes cleans wheels.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Ilynes repairs wheels.
1'abhits at His Un s.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Ilynes ena:ne!s wheels.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Ileidy Bros.
Bargains. galore at Adams.'
Adding sale is creating a stir.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
Spencer & 'l 'ref for 'bus or express.
' See Adams 25 cent bargain counter.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Valentines at Young fc McCombs", 1
cent to $5.
The c'.ty council holds a meeting
this evening. (
Adams is g ing out f business. At
tend his sale.
Comic valentines, 5 for 1 cent, at
Young & McCombs.
Comic valentines, 5 for 1 cent, at
"Young & .McCombs.
If you enjoy delicious, crispy brown
pancakes, try Mrs. Austin's.
All kinds of coal for sale at the
Rock Island Lumber company.
Adams closing out sale. You should
save money now in your shoe bill.
S-.-e what 9S cents will do for you
in shoes at Adams" closing out sale.
Weston will teach you to bowl free
of charge. Central bowling alleys.
Ask your grocer for Mrs. Austin's
Pancake Hour. Fresh and delicious.
flood coal, coal, coal, at Mueller
Lumber company's. Both telephones.
Second week of the February clear
ing sale at .Mct'abe's. Stock up now.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Siemon, l.26 Fourth avenue, union 2S3.
I'rof. Clenilenen will give a Valen
tine party Saturday evening of this
The easiest way to prepare a quick
breakfast is to use Mrs. Austin's Pan
Lawrence K. Eihl. of this city, "was
given n discharge in bankruptcy a?
The largest, prettiest and most rea
sonably priced stock of valentines to
select from at Young McCombs.
The O. E. S. Sewing circle meets to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
ho-ne of Mrs. A. DeSi land. 71'J Tvveif-ty-third
The proceedings to hae the Bank
ers I'niou f the "iv'orld declared
bankrupt have been dismissed by the
Iowa supreme court.
Dr. P. F. Purdue, 1710 Second ave
nue. Old 'phono at ofiice. both 'phones
at residence. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m., and
2 to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
You may receive Chiropractic treat
ment or learn the science of Dr. A. 1.
Da is. suite 42. Mitchell & Lynde
building. Kock Island. III.
The Retail (leik will hold their au
liu:l dancing party Tuesday evening.
Feb. .. at Industrial hall. Bleuer's or
chestra will furni'-h the music.
The engagement is aifni unccii of
MNs tiraee -O. Harrington, of this
city, and Ernest tl. Wright, of Moline.
The w ei'ding takes place Feb. l!.
The Retail Merchants association
will hold its annual meeting for the
election of officers at its ounrters in
the Mitchell A I.vnde block this even
Valentines, biggest assortment at
McCsibc's. Fancy lace valentine up
f i"-iu 1 cent; fancy scenic ones up
frim 5 cents; great I ig valentines at
5 and 10 cents.
It is an acknowledged fact. Imperial
Cerninn mustard takes the lead. All
good housewives say so. Who makes
it? (laetjer does. At nil grocers and
The will of the late Mrs. Sarah L.
tiregg was probated in the county
court today. The property of the tes
tatrix is left to the two daughers. Car
rie and Fannie.
The city-township convention of the
si -ialist partv has becu called at Tur
ner hall the evening of Feb. 20. An
aldernianie candidate will be nomiini
ted for each ward, an! canttd:ites
A wonderful powder of rare
merit and unrivaled strength.
placed in the field for supervisor, as
sistant supervisor, assessor and col
High school freshmen and Y. M. C.
A. juniors met in a game of basket
ball at the l. M. I. A. gymnasium
Saturday afternoon. The high schoo
boys won2I to 19 v
The Christian Endeavor societv of
Aiken street chapel will hold it
monthly business meeting at the home
of Miss Qrace Bromley, 1135 Tenth
avenue, this evening.
The Laurel Forty-five club met last
evening at the home of John O'Con
ncr on Fourth avenue, the host and
his partner. Pierce Keane, losing to
their old adversaries, John Ainsworth
and David- Fitzcrerald. Mr. Ainsworth
also defeated Mr. O'Connor in the sin
gle hand contest.
Shipp's .indoor circus closed a sue
eessful week's engagement Saturday
evening at the rink on Sixteenth
street. Tli? company plays this week
at Ottawa; A return engagement is
to be played here. Mr. Shipp having
made arrangements to give two per
formances on the 15th and 16th of the
W. II. ; Danker, who strained his
back in a fall at the Woodmen office
Saturday afternoon, and was thought
to have been seriously injured, has re-
pained consciousness, and was today
reported at his home, 1130 Fourth ave
nue, to be on the improve, expecting
o be able to leave the house in a few
Bernhard' Andrews, 811 Fifteenth
street, wiio nas been in a serious con
dition since last Wednesday with in-
uries sustained in an elevator acci
dent at tie machine shop of Williams.
White Sr Co., Moline. where he is em
ployed, was reported better today
with hope of ultimate recovery. Two
ribs were broken and internal injuries
The damage suit by Frank E. Ber-
qui.-t, lessee of the Auditorium at
Jalesburg against the Harrington-
Kindt theatre syndicate for alleged
ovcott has been followed by iniune-
ion proceedings filed at Galesbur'
Saturday. The plaintiff seeks to have
he defendants prohibited by order of
ourt from boycotting or otherwise
ntcrfering with his business as man
ger of the Auditorium.
Frank Sperling, who is leave the
ity to engage in farming west of
Davenport, was given ,a farewell sur-
rise by a company of neighbors at
his home. l.'O'J Thirty-ninth street,
Saturday evening. He was presented
with u steel beam walking plow as
me i f the useful implements he will
need in his new vocation. The even-
ng was devoted to games and music.
nd supper was served. Mr. Sperling
as been a resident f the Seventh
ward for many years and his friends
regret to see him leave.
Denied the Fart.
Alexander II. Stephens, vice president
of the "Confederacy, was. one of the
most skillful debaters Georsia lias ever
sent to congress. The author of "From
the Uncivil War to JJate" tells of one
occasion on which Stephens met de
feat. He had made a sfeech at a political
rally to which It Beemed impossible to
reply. A man named Russell was at
last persuaded to take the stand. He
nt onco attacked the record of his op
ponent with groundless charges.
"Saw," he demanded, "stand up here
and explain to these voters why, when
you were in congress, you voted for
a $TK property qualification for fran
chise!" Little Alex jumped up. Uis shrill
Toice w-as par piereinpr.
"It Is falser he screamed. "I deny
"Yes." said Mr. Russell, "that is
what I expected you to do. For twen
ty years you have been going round
The audience roared lu delight, and
Little Alex left the hall. He safd
years afterward that he had never
again used "fact" In that familiar ljut
illogical way. Youth's Companion.
A Great Discovery That Slumbered.
In earlier times one pf the greatest
discoveries of the age was made by a
man polishing amber, which was one
of the most highly prized of ancient
ornamental gems and. found only
among the crown Jewels of royalty or
in the caskets of princely rulers and
wealthy people dwelling in palaces.
The man, it was said, felt a mighty
shock: a riolent tremor thrilled through
ids hand and arm while he was rub
bing the stone. lie may have exagger
ated the account or the authors of the
many versions may have done so. but
the facts were there.
That man had stntck the trail of an
electrical discovery. But for -enturies
this suggestive truth of slumbering
power slept. Xo experiments were
tried science was in a state of repose.
Experiments supgestive of electric dis
coveries were tried, without attempts
to further Investigation.
Fire In an Ion a Chares.
Logan. la., Feb. S. Fire in the
First Christian church which broke out
just after service begin created a pan
ic. The flames communicated to the
bell tower, which fell in a few mo
ments after the -ongregation had got
ten out. Xoneof the members was hurt,
but several had narrow escapes. The
Joss was ?10.010.
You need clean healthy bowels just
as much as pure, wholesome food;
without either. ym. cannot keep well.
HollisterV Rocky Mountain Tea elimi
nates all impurities. 3 5 cents, tea or
tablets. T. H. Thomas, pharmacist.
Foley's Hon- and Tar is best for
croup and whooping cough, contains
no opiates, and cures' ouieklT-. Care-
i w -
f i.l vr.l,- V-..n : k- 1 F.IJ .
i m uc uuusc ouiu " ivu; nua uic myr i a nioHi peneci Buostance tor the man
by all druggists. iian forces. . I ufactnre of the finest gun barrels.
YEAR IS GOOD ONE
Stockholders of Union Telephone
Company Hold Annual
T. P. WELCH MEMBER OF BOARD
Directors Reelected PUm Made for
Extensions, of Present
The annual meeting cf the stoek
holders of ihe Union Electric Tele
phone company was held this after
noon at the Bock Island office of the
comnnnv. on tourth avenue, resuming
in the reelection cf the board of di
rectors, with the addition of Frank
P. Welch, of this city, who has be
come a ncicer or stock, ine iohow-
ng oflicers were chosen:
President- X. Hamilton, Harris-
Secretary C. A. Lee. Hamburg, Pa.
Treasurer John W. Morrison, Bock
Cashier Frank I. Welch, Bock Isl
Extension Authoriz d.
The growth of the company's busi
ness during the first year of its opera
tion was shown by the reports to have
been satisfactory, and considerable
extension f lines was authorized as
soon as disposition has been made of
the temporary injunction secured in
the circuit court last September
against the operation of the line- the
company bunt to' Milan last .ugusi.
President Hamilton stated that the
reports current for some time that
the company had been considering
propositions to sell were without
foundation; that the property was
loing in the way i:f financial returns
all that was expected of it, and the
wners intended holding on to it and
developing it as rapidly as possible.
Propositions Hare Been Submitted
From Paris and Wash
raris, Feb. 8. An official cf the
United States embassy called at the
foreign oliice to urge au early reply
to the last United states note concern-
ug a revision of the Franco-United
States reciprocity arrangement. The
negotiations have now assumed tlie
following exact form: France ex
presses her willingness to restore the
minimum tariff on United States meat.
i ltd. also to Krnnt the minimum tariff
on l'orto IKco coffee, it the Lnited
States will give Li) per cent, reduction
n the rate on champagne.
The United States answer, given six
weeks ago. expresses williugness to
ike up the foregoing if. liesides the
reduction on meat and coffee, France
will reduce the duties on other articles
sufficiently to counter-balance the con
cession on champagne. The answer to
this note is now awaited.
FOREMAN OF DUBUQUE
JURY WAS APPROACHED
Dubuque. la!. Feb. S. Alex. Morari-
y, foreman or a jury that trieii n
damage case, lias made :'llb.avit that
influence was brought to bear on him
to keep the verdict down to $1.rM.
le accuses ex-Sheriff Thomas Phil
lips, who is a wealthy merchant and
anch owner. Morarity also accuses
Mphonso Matthews, who is a prouii-
-r . .
WINE USED TO CHRISTEN
THE STEAMSHIP DAKOTA
Croton. Ccmi.. Fob." S. The steam
ship Dakota, for the Great Northern
Steamship company, was smcessfully
launched from the yards of the East
ern Shipbuilding company, and Miss
Mary Fleniington. of Ellondale. X. D.,
the sponsor, r.sed a bottle of wine.
W in NuiiM-toii II -Ainlitnr Merrlrv-. .
Dos Moines. !:.. Feb. S. The com
mittee on ritvj-chn:ent and reform of
the legislature h;;s decided to summon
I h fore it ex-Audi: tor Frank F.Mcrriam
who is now in Oklahoma, lo answer as
to the charges made by Governor Cum
mins that MeiTi.mi and his insurance
examiner, while they were serving that
rtate, collected altout ?:"3.00 from in
surance companies for examinations
which the com:iuics declare 'were not
Alexandria to Lo a Plant.
Alexandria. Intl.. Feb. 8. Presi
dent AY. C. Kelly, cf the Kelly Axe
Manufacturing company. hps of
ficially announced to a nrmler of
prominent business men of Alexandria
that the I ijr phint will be moved to
Charleston. W. Va.
He Swallowed u Box of Pi!!.
Republic. Mich, Feb. S. Eddie Cog
nou. a Loy of 4 years, got hold of a
box of pills !n which strychnine was
a constituent. The little fellow swal
lowed all the pills that were left in
the lox and died in great digony four
Hamilton Will Watch the Fight.
Loudon. Feb. S. Lieutenant Gener
al Sir Ian Hamilton, quartermaster
general to the British forces, will, it
is announced, in the event of war be-
tween Japan and Russia be anoointed
- - .
TTrtticH miHt. w mtt m .!. V,A Tn- I
HEART OP METROPOLIS
OF MARYLAND A FURNACE
Continued trom First Page.
Baltimore, involving a loss which can
not now be estimated, but which is es
timated at this vrritiDg at from $30,-
000,000 to $40.U0.000.
Acre of Water Without Effect. .
From 0 p. w... when darkness came,
tha fire depart went, although aided by
engines from Washington, Philadel
phia, Wilmington and other points,
was utterly powerless to make any ef
fective resistance to the consuming ele
ment, though for hours as many as
400 streams of water were thrown into
the flames. Indeed, so terrific was tho
heat from the time the fire started, and
so dense and suffocating the volume
of flying sparks and burning cinders,
that it was difficult for the firemen
to stand long within fighting distance
of the flames.
Fighters Kesort to Dynamite.
At 7 p. ni. th situation was so des
perate that Chief Horton decided that
the only thing left to do was to dyna
mite buildings at threatened points,
and thus prevent, as far as possible, a
further spread of the flames. In pur
suance of this plan several buildings
on South Charles street, between Ger
man and Lombard, were blown up.
Subsequently the splendid structure of
J. W. Putts & Co., notion dealers, at
Charles and Fayette streets, was dyna
mited, and then The Daily Record
building, Ross' drug store and others.
FIRE DEPARTMENT PARALYZED
6 tops Helpless to Stay the Cyclone of Fiery
This heroic remedy merely delayed
but did not seriously impede the on
ward march of the conflagration, and
for two hours or more at this writing
the fire department has stopped, prac
tically helpless and resourceless, in the
face of the roaring furnaces which send
their fierce tongues 200 feet into the
air. and which fill the heavens first
with a pall of black, funereal smoke,
and then with livid sheets of sparks
and lurid cinders.
Following the rapid destruction of
the palatial commercial buildings in
the wholesale district the cyclone of
roaring flames burst into Haltimore
street, licking up within a few minutes
the seven-story Mullin's hotel like some
instiate monster, and rapidly rolling
with irresistible force both eastward
and westward, cutting down in Its
wrathful wake wholesale and retail
houses, manufactories, shops, jewelry
stores, furniture emporiums and restau
rants. At Charles street the remorseless
tide swept on down Haltimore street.
but also turned into Charles street,
where it quickly engulfed the eieven-
story Union Tnlst building. Startin
! eastward on Fayrtte street, the. pul-
lishers and other occupants of The
Daily Herald building at Fayette and
St. Paul street and of The Record
building opposite were compelled to
vacjite by the enrushing flames, as
were the occupants of the Calvert anil
Equitable structures, two of the most
nassive office buildings in aBltimore.
Down Haltimore street a parallel
wave of roaring, crackling flames ate
its way, consuming everything in its
course, speedily, .reaching The Even
ing "Xews 'buildings, from whicn tlie
employes had to hastily flee, though
i ot until valuable records had lieen
removed. Shortly thereafter the Con
tinental Trust comiuiny, a fourteenth
story building took fire. A block be
low Tiie American newspaper building
was enveloped in clouds of sparks and
burning splinters and the employes
were ordered out.
LEGISLATURE'S "WORK IN VAIN
Judse Says Montana Cannot Make a Valid
Law tor Changes of
Kutte. Mont.. Feb. S. In the district
court here Judge Clancy denied a mo
tion for a change of venue under the
law that was pas.tl by the last legis
la tun, on the ground that in the opln
ion of courtr the law is unconstitution
al. Tlie court was of the opinion that
under the constitution of the state
there is no provision for an enactment
disqualifying a judge from trying
cases that may come before him, and
that to imke such a law effective it
would le necessary to amend the con-
SHIFT OF WIND SAVED HIM
A. fc Allen, V ho Started on a Wager to
Walk Across the Lake on
Muskegon. Mich.. Feb. 8. A shift of
wind from the east to the west saved
A. K. Allen from iierishing on a floe
in inidluke by driving the ice back to
shore. Allen started to walk across
the lake to Milwaukee cn a wager.
, For forty miles he drifted alxuit on
a field of h-e that had been detached
by the wind. He made a landing six
miles north of Muskegon pier and wa;
in an exhausted condition from ex
losure. Can Barrel 'From Sails.
Horseshoe nails kicked about the
roads of the world by horses innumera
ble are far from the useless fragments
we might think them. Gunmakers tell
ns there is no iron so well fitted for
their purpose's that derived from
horseshoe nails and similar worn frag
ments. The nails, made originally of
the best stunT obtainable, receive from
the constant pounding of the horse's
feet on hard surfaces a peculiar an
nealing and toughening, making them
-- n r- "iuk. ujauut
. m k ,
Suits, the $1 grade,
Added Impulse to iKe Gret
FEBRUARY CLEARING SAILE
Women's 3.00 and 4.00 fancy
bordered silk Umbrellas
at 2.75 and - - $1.75
Men's 1.98 and 2.50 silk Um
brellas all at - - $1.59
Double width brown Sheeting
usually 19c, clearing price 4ic
Mill lengths fine brown Mus
lin, yard - - 3C
Mill lengths fine combric Mus
lin, yard - - - 7zC
40 inch fine brown Pillow
Casing, yard - - 6 c
Mill lengths marble Table
Oilclothyard - - I2c
Mill lengths 10c Cotton Flan
nel, yard - - 62C
Indigo Prints worth 7c yard,
some slight imperections in
these, at yard - - 4lc
February Sale of Dress Skirts
Oar special buying advantages
enable us to offer some extraordin
ary values. The materials ar
cheviot, broadcloth, etamine, voile,
etc., all desirable for early
spring wear. The low prices are
an attractive feature.
a- z f for women's dress
P! 00 skirts of cloth or chevi
ot, 7 and 9 gors trimmed with taf
feta folds, colors navy and black.
g A for dress skirts of
Pdnr broadcloth and Urn
ingsville cheviot with effective trim
ming of fancy braids or satin and
taffeta bands, rare values.
(Trj for $10 and $12 French
py Ji voile or etamine dress
skirts, most elegantly trimmed with
silk straps in new effects, very sty
lish and cheap.
jr J taffeta and peau de
soie black silk dress skirts worth
a good dch more.
slvrx -f Biggest assonmcnt always the most Valentines for your
V ttiCIA &lit5S money. Fnncy !acc Valentines up from lc; Fancy scenic
Valentines up from 5c; Great bix Valentines at and 10c.
Over 25,000 Valentines in stock pick yours early.
FOUR NEGROES BURNED TO
DEATH FOR MURDER
Vicksbuir, M ins., Feb. S. T-vo n
gvoes have been burned to death for
murder of J Ames astland, a Doddo-
vllle merchant. .
Notable Society Kvent.
Bloomington. 111.. Feb. 8. The most
notable event in IUoomington society
in years was the wedding in St. Mat
thew's Episcopal church of Mrs. Kath-
erine Rinehardt Prince, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Newton Rinehardt
and widow of Lieutenant Leonard M.
Trince, U. S. A., to George Halleck
Taylor, of Chicago. Tlie best man was
Vredcrick B. Tuttle, of Chicago.
OhlcaEO, Feb. 8 Fouow.dk are tne oper-
in&. Highest, lowest and closing qnotaiio- s
I a today'! markets:
May. MJ( 95 9Z 04
July, ho?i 853. c4 :8t?
Feb . 19 40 49: 40.
Mar. b4; S5 62 2S
May, 4: 4i: 4- 4I.
July. KH: 3K; 37H? 37.
Mar. Ill 85: 18 0: I3.e0: 13 7
July, 13 9i, 13.9i: 13 77: 13 77.
I A If I
May. 7 W5: 7.67: 7.S2: 7 52
July. 7.70; 188.8.131.52: 7.57.
May, 6 R5 G 90 6 SO: 6 Ki
Dec. 6 97: 7.02; 6 92 . 6 95
Rye. Feb. 60: May 61; Bax. N. V7. lie; S.
W. 110; May 110; barley ;60.
Recelit today: Wneai 21. corn u
f07; nogs 33 000: cattle 22 0O0: sheep 35.(Mi
HOft market opened strong to 5c higher.
Ulrnt.- (4 7525.15: mixed anu outet .
ra. 4.75a.r..l5: rood heavy. W.8OS5 20: roujrn
heavy 14 8O&W.90.
cattle market opened strong to 10c higher.
Sheep market opened lu to 15c lower.
Hog market closed fairly active.
LikUt, r4C05 0O, mlxea ana butchers f t.f-0
15.15 rood aeavr. H.fc-T2.5 20 roneh hnvr
oatue market generally 10- higher.
Beeves f:S35ato$. cows and belters It. 25
Qii IV). Blockers and feeders t- KH.ib.
sneep raarKei weak.
Estimated receipts Tuesday: Wheat 4.1.
corn 420. oats 310. hogs 32 000.
LOCAL KABKKI COHDtTIOXS-
Today's Quotations on Prorisloaa. lA-rr
8toek. Feed and FuaL
Bock Island, Fet. 8. Following are tn
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 2c23c, dairy so.
Eggs Fresh 27c
LJve ooultrT Spring 'cfcicke us 8. if 1
pound hens 8s per ponnn.
vcgeiaoiea potatoes. . jc
Heifers rfrU to li.oo. calves t3.oo to 15 00
Hogs Mixed and butchers 1 4 to 4.7.
Sheep Ycarlines or over, per cwt. 30if
H to. Lambs per head to 00 to (5.75
Feed snd FaeL
Oralu Corn 43 to 46c; ats.tti f3c
Fcrare Timothy har. tb to ta.uj. prairie
(8 to 9. straw 16.10.
Wood Hart, per load 13 00
Goal Lnmn. per bushel lie clack, per
AVENUE THROUGH TO
50c TO 75c DRAPERY SILKS
.Here is a-snap for spring homo
Chiney Bros, drapery silks, handsome
designs for curtains, screens, piano
drapes, etc., etc., 700 yds, about forty
styles and colors 2flr
all at, yard 39c, S9c JVC
300 ekeins zephyr Germantown yarn
all colors, clearing
Ladles' Neckwear Clearing
About 50 doz. dainty white embroidery
turnover collars, very latest
styles, choice of all at uC
25c white embroidery turnover collars,
while they last,
New silk and all bnen stock collars,
with cross stitch and Bulgarian -
embroidery, all at
Clearing Sale Echoes
Colored Taffeta Silk Petticoats only
a few of a kind.
$4.30 Silk Petticoats
$0.50 and $7.50 Silk
$8.50 and $10 Silk
Certain broken lines of this season's
$13. $22 and $25 Suits,
All sizes of Silk Waists
sold from $o.9S to $7.S0
Clearing them out at ,
Eiderdown Boleros ..
Dressing Sacques worth
up to $1 for
Ladies' Fency Vests,
worth up to $2.75, for
Ladies' Blouses, worth up to
$C for $2.75 and
Ladies' Tennis Flannel Pet
ticoats, closing prlco
Who Can Solve this Mystery ?
There are at least 25,000 people in Kock Ishin l who lit to ;o .
to California. for the winter.
Why they don't 0 is a mystery that no one has ever been able
Time and money arc. the only essentials anil they have both.
And yet, year after year, they remain nt home. .Neither coM nor
wind nor snow Vror slush are powerful enough to drive them away.
If these people could only be induced lo visit California once,
they would never pass another winter at home, if they could help it.
Perhaps you are one of the 25.000. If you are, ask yourself
these three questions: ,
J. Is it worth while to lifjht through three more uiont lis of such
weather as we have hail so far this winter, when, in less than three'
davs, von can be in California?
. Wouldn't it pay yon in
cas" for a month or two?
;!. Wouldn't your business
Keaeh a satisfactory conclusion on all three of these questions,
then come to this ollice and let us 1ell you about the (Joldcn State
Limiterl, Till: Tl.WI.V to California.
m" "--liiTFi" FT7"-' m
Allen, Myers . Co
For First Class
Steam erid Hot Water
Heating, Plumbing and
Gas Fitting for all class
es of Bviildings.
Our WorK. Witt Speali.
for Itself S3?
Allen, Myers & Company
Opposite Harper. House.
Men's "Worsted rib--bed
Drawers, the $1.25
kind, this sale
....... ...1 i75
Women's $1.50 fancy Fur Trimmed
Velvet House OQ
Large size 25c Bixby's a
Combination Shoe Polish .. I UC
Shoe Laces, assorted
lengths, 6 pairs for. .
Women's $1 Crocheted Bedroom
Slippers, lambs' wool soles
a few slightly soiled.
Ladies' 39c ,
Children's Jersey Leggings
Children's 18c heavy Ribbed I'ose
assorted sizes c
per pair 1 UC
Furniture and Carpet Dept.
$13.50 Sideboards, oak. s rA
with bevel mirrors "0"
$14.50 Hail Trees, oak
with bevel mirrors
$16.50 Combination Book
Cases and Writing Desk
Cotton Tops, good ticking
not the cheap grade
Reversible Cotton Felt on
both sides, all sizes
30xC0 inch Smyrna
Rugs, all wool
GGxCG inch Japanese
All wool face, , a -y
while they last T)2C
Small rolls up to IS yards, worth
$1.25 and $1.05 yard,
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dollars j:ihI cents to "lake things 11
run nlon without you for that length as
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.,
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
BOYD. D. P. A., Davenport, low.
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