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THE ABGTJS, FRIDAY, APBIIj 1, 1904.
Fair tonight, Saturday and
Sunday; cooler tonight.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature at T a.m. 40;
at 2:30 p. m. 45.
Sl". .lf,, ?H.
Suits to measure,
'.ri'.',-V,:, Krcoiui avenue,
".None l.-tti-r" tailoi n
('.tral Howling .llv.-.
Z-iaro. Union cigar.
KastiT huts : t Lloyd's.
Easter shoes at Ailuins.
For insurance, E. .1. Iurns.
Buy a home of Ileidy Bros.
Easter neck-.M-ar at Lloyd's.
Ea-ter shoe- x.t E llv I'ros.
Easter - I. at l)Ay Urns.
Eater shoes at 1) !!y r.r.-.
E.oler 1: e- at I)l!y J'ros'.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Kerlcr Bros., jour carpet cleaners.
Fr bus, h:ggagi:. express, call Jloljb's.
Spencer & Tref. for 'bus or express.
( at !.:i:r- liters an-i rt a soti
v e n i r.
For real estate and insurance. E. J.
i j . 1 i.ary.iin- in slioo al l.a;i--Watet.-'.
-:ity of fir.c t raw berries at l'a -s'ir
.::..-() .-In rs for at l-'inne's new
s!:Ol- t- If.
I'.r-t 1.m c to buy. l.:i-e-Yaters
l'.'.nty of strict I;, l're-h et-ir.- at Har
ris V ia ii!- .
No ilace like Adam-' for real bar
p:iii! in shoe.-.
l.:i'-VaU r Slior company. 17o:;
!.aii' tine patent leather shoes for
Di.ssc! i-hichens at Harris & (law
! s t oir.oirow .
V i it are petting irreat vjilues in
s-l;o- at A!:iiii.
Sl.l for iir!s patent leather shoes.
3:.' t.. -J. at A!an:s
.?!.!'. f r eliihi's patent leather shoes.
f-! . to 11. at Adams".
Ea- ter neckwear, new colorinp. for
Easter. The I. on, Ion.
Plenty of fresh t'ffjrs and country
butter at Hess IJroi.
Carpet cleaners. Bock Island Bug
company, both 'phones.
;n :it a-sr i t meiit of IaIies shoes
for :?!.!'. 1 at I. a ire-Watt is.
17u: See rd axeiiue i; the number of
the I. a ire-Wat els shoe .-tore.
Tin choir of Trinity church vvi'.I
bold a sale of home-made candy. Eas
ter cards and Easter novelties at Ben
An Air Gun or a Base
ball Outfit with every
nett's fur More Saturday, April 2,
beginning- at 30 a. m.
Boys" S!.2j solid leather shoes
cents Satur-Jay at McCabe's.
and shoes for $2.."0 at
Finne's. 1010 Second avenue.
Nicely dressed chickens at Sch roe
tier's for yttnr Easter dinner.
Those $1.75 Easter kid ploves $1.35
and Saturday at McCabe's.
Crent line of oxfords on sale at
I.aire-Wa ters Shoe company's.
Attend tl.c advance oxford sale at
Lape-Waters Shoe company's.
lee cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
' Tinware mended at Simser's 5 and
10 cent store. 131S Third avenue.
Stylish street and dress hats in
preat variety at Mrs. LaFrenz's.
Boys and men's shirts, collars at
tached, cents, sit the London.
Stetson hats in all the latest shapes
and shades at (iustafson & Haves.
A 7.1-cent bottle of fine California
wine for "!j cents at Simon Lewis.
A T.'i-n nt bottle f tine California
wine lor . cents at Simon Lewis .
Easter bonnets and gloves, all the
new st?es and .-hades. The London.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
Siemon. 1526 Fourth avenue, union 283.
See Mrs. LaFrenz's tine display of
Easter millinery at reasonable prices.
Fancy strawberries, pineapples, eat
ing apples and oranges at Hess Bros'.
Special for Saturday, kimona hand
kerchiefs onlv " cents at the London.
The freshest, most attractive, most
stylish Ea.-ter millinery at McCabe's.
Turkish tuho-ihone free with each
chilli's suit from up. The London.
Thousands of pairs yet to sell at
dams sale. Beductirn- all alonjjthe
Base ball and bat free with each
child's suit from ?1.."0 up at the Lon-
Of cour.-e you want your Easter
shoes. S;-e Adams for them and save
Pictures framed to order at Simser's
5 and lit cent store. Mitsch's old
White handkerchief, genuine hem
stitchinjr. 1 cent Saturday at Mc
The Easter hat are ready for you.
The swclK'.-t line in the tri-citie, at
Strawberries, pineapples, oranges
an I a full line of fruits al Harris ic
tia u ley's.
Men's soft bosom shirt, al! colors
and patterns. .V) cents, at Soimners &
Free, with each boys suit. Saturday
only, extra pair knee pant. Sontmers
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Holland are
the parents of an 11-poimI boy, born
C!eaninr. prcssinir. repairing and
I tivciiiy. rew rantitorium clul), l'JU'J
A new daughter has arrived at the
if tr 1W" -rr" "W - W"" .- " W W W -f-"1 1." " lf. - M!' .W IV -W m-V W '" -W- -- tF- "" -' -r '' - - .
Fashion has issued his mtxiidtxtes for this season ev.nd, as always, the finest
complete showing of new styles, is on display
the swell new styles
as well as GENTLEMEN'S SUITS, -
Yovi'll be projd of your appearance
money eHead for an M. (&L K. price
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Kelley on
Simon Lewis is riving1 a 75-cent bot
tle of fine California wine for 35 cents
until after Ea.ster.
The spring-handle broom, made of
cactus, already in 300 homes here.
Have you seen it?
Base ball and bat free with chil
dren's suits. Prices less than all oth
ers. The London.
The finest line of top coats and
sprintf suits in the city is shown by
(iustafson : Hayes.
Free, with each boys' knee pants
suits, Saturday, extra pair panta.
Soimners & LaVelle.
$50 round-trip rate to Los Aniieles
and San Francisco April -3 to May 3
via the Bock Island.
Where did you pet that hat? Why,
nt Lloyd's, of course, where you find
all the leadinir styles.
A 50-cent cap free with every boy's
knee pants suit, worth from $-.50 Upf
at (iustafson Sr Haves".
Just think, a line 50-cent silk lined
cap with each boy's knee pants suit
free at (iustafson, Hayes.
Special for Saturday, kimoua and
pillow toj) handkerchiefs only 5 cents.
lull know us. The London.
For Saturday, choice of any "kadet"
blouse waist, worth SO cents and 75
cents, only 2f. cents. The London.
The fre-hest and most complete line
of fresh fruits and vegetables in the
city at Harris & (iauley's tomorrow.
$12 at this store will buy as iroo.l a
suit as yon can buy elsewhere for .15.
Come and ye for yourself. The Lon
With every boy's knee pants suit
from $2.50 up they will rive a 50-cent
silk lined cap free at (Iustafson -Hayes.
Vanilla and chocolate fudp-es 10
cents a pound. bct fresh salted pea-tint-
10 cent a pound Saturday at
If you want the best in tailor-made
suits, try a & H. special. Notlnnp
like them elsewhere. Sold at (iustaf
son & Haves'.
To-lay beinir (loot! Friday, there
were services markinp the tiay in
both the Episcopal and INuuan Cath
Fred Settcrdahl. formerly with the
Union Electric Telephone company,
has taken a position at the Mitchell
iM: Lvnde bank.
Wax beans, cufumhers. spinach, to
matoes, water cress, new cabbape and
a complete line of fresh vegetables at
Harris & (Iauley's.
Not a, 25-cent cap. but a 50-eent silk
lined cap. free with every boy's knee
pants suit, worth from $2.50 up, at
(iustafson Sr Hayes.
Dr. 1. F. Purdue, 171C,i2 Second ave
nue. Old 'phone at oilice, both "phones
at residence. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m., and
2 to 5 and 7 to S p. ni.
We are niakinp this a specialty. We
claim to have the bet $1.'. ladies" and
men's shoes in Hook Island. 450 pairs
to select from. We want ou to see
them, and vou v:H airree with us. At
15 styles of men's shoes in ajl leathers at
j 15 styles of ladies' shoes in all leathers at
Also a complete line of boys' and girls' shoes. From the best manufacturers of shoes
in the country and we can fit you in all of them.
Fir.iie's, the slue man, 1010 Second
Simon Lewis' offer of a 75-cent bot
tle of tine California wine for ::5 cents
is one that you should not pass, (lood
until after Easter only.
The Kickapoos and Cubs played a
tie match at the Central alleys last
eei;inir, tlu total .-core t eaen in me
three iraines beinjj 2.177.
Low one-way and round-trip tickets
to a number of points in the north,
we-t and southwest ia the ('., II. 1.
i. P. railway April 5 and ID.
It will plea.-e any mother to see our
stoek of hovs and little fellows' suits.
Not an oil suit in the si ore. Popular
price, sommers iV LaVelle,
Dr. Sharon, the original osteopathic
physician in t his t en it cry. has moved
his oHicc to 12 Main street, opposite
.1. II. ('. Petersen's. Davenport.
Try stea m-dricd fertilizer for lawns,
:rardens. truck jaruens and farms. In
100-pound and ton lots. Twin-City
Kenderinij company, "phone west 140:5.
Dr. C. C. Carter was reported very
low this afternoon. He took a turn
for the worse this niorniiiir. but at
noon a slight improvement was noted.
The fall schedule of football iranies
for Knox co'l-'oc has been announced.
A date with Aujrustana collect; appear.-..
The viann will be played at
( ialesluirir Oct. . Deloit will be play
ed Nov. at Pockford.
Sieep. comfort, power to work", all
GENTLEMEN'S MILLINERY, NECKWEAR. AND
on Easter Svinday if we outfit you besides you'll be
is a lesser price.
FOURTH AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET,
"It's a Little Farther But It Pays."
Prepare For Easter N costume
ovit a pa.ir of pretty shoes.
fly before the demon called pain.
Whether in the muscles or nerve it
is a nuisance and a curse. Call it by
any name and $?et rid of it by uinj
Anchor Pain Expellcr. 25c and 50c.
Passiir Pros, will have an exception
ally nice display of fruits and vereta
tables tomorrow for your Easter uin
ncr. They will receive fresh tomor
row inorniiijr everything in that line
that the market affords. Place your
All kinds of carpenterinir. jobbing
and repair work done on short notice,
from sidewalks to inside repairs. All
work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Call or drop a card to L'27 Second av
enue, or 501 Eighth street. Schroe-
dcr fc Dav is.
There is to be a bowlinir match at
the K-:-k Island Club alleys this even
ing between teams from ihe club and
the Central alleys. The captains will
be. respectively. A. I). Sperry and ('.
I. Weston, and they will be seconded
by the crack bowlers of the city. The
match starts proinplly at 8 o'clock.
Mafce4 a Clean Sweep
There is nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the salves you ever
heard of, I'.ucklen's Arnica Salve i
the best. It sweeps away anil cures
burns, sore.-, bruises, cuts boils, ul
cers, .-kin eruption and piles. It's only
25c. and guaranteed to give satisfac
tion bv Hart .v l"llemeyr. druggist .
here. We're now ready to show you
At Young & McUoiutM' Satnrday, April 1
The lattst French voile dress goods
in champ igue, blue, black, cream and
gray, for Saturday, special, yard 47c.
Woman's voile suits in new blouse
effects, capes over shoulder, two-piece
sleeves, b-.'lt on hips, satin band trim
med, roll id length skirts, tailored to
match ,ja. ket. for $12.
Ask to see our new mohair suits.
Men's tegular 50e black and white
work shiits. all sizes, special. 2ic.
Men's negligee shirts, madras or
percale, vith or without collars, 75c
values for 50e.
Slx'.tO hemstitched sheet, special
45x:;i hemstitched pillow cases, spe
Women's linen initial handkerchiefs,
Taffeta silk and satin stitched belts,
with fancy buckles, at lUc.
Fancy silk .ribbons. No. 40, all col
ors, special for Easter, yard. Sc.
Turn-over sets, dainty designs, Pc.
Pauline, 2-elasp kid gloves, assorted
shades, regular value, for 4'.e.
Our jewelry department is full of
inexpensive, dainty Easter gifts.
Candy. 15 varieties per Hi.. 10c.
Onion sets, per (pi n t. c. .
Kentucky blue grass scc). per lb.,
Music in the evening. j
With eviry child's suit
we are giving an Air Gun
or a Baseball outfit.
A 2.T. I'er Cent Discount at Flnne'a. Kilo
A 25 per cent discount on boys' and
girls' school ami dress shoes to com
mence Sat unlay, April 2, and to con
tinue for 10 days. A time to ave
money. At Finne's new shoe store,
1(110 Second avenue, live doors ca-t of
the Illinois theatre.
Llcenttetl to Weil
Charles (icorjje Loney Moliin
Miss Alliekl Olga .losephsoli....M.dine
August Dlatid Fast Mi line
Mi Addie P.ush East Moliin
$15, $16. $18, $20
$4, $5, $6 and $7.
Fit and workmanship
Central Bowling Alleys.
li03, Second Ave.
Headquarters for "None
Better tailoring, rei re
sented hy W'm. M. Beal,