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Sale at the M. tK.
Strawberries at May's.
Toe slippers 50c Boston.
Men's $5 salt sale M. &K,
Russet Oxfords 85c Boston.
Men's $5 suit sale M. A K.
Confirmation suits M. A K.
Fine dressed chickens at May's.
Grass seeds in bulk at Browne: 's.
Noyelties In hosiery at the London.
Ladies' Oxford ties 50 centa, M. A K.
A line full of novelties the London.
Norelties in boys' suiu at the London.
NeTelties in men's suits at the London.
Novelties in neck wear at the London.
Novelties in modern shirts at the Lon
Novelties in Jersey sniu at the Lon
don'. . '
Novelties in fancy vests at the Lon
don. Easter cloves in all colors at Ben
Novelties in shirt waists at the London.
Novelties in children's salts at the Lon
Easter gloves in all colors at Ben
- A f 5 grade of ladies' kid (hoes. $3 50.
Novelties in lir en handkerchiefs at the
The best $1 Oxford in the city is at the
Lewis Wilson, of Rural, was in the city
Sweet potatoes and rutabagas a'
Nice Florida oranges, apples and ba
nanas at Long's. "
The Philadelphia toe in shoes and Ox
fords at the Boston.
Lettuce, onions, radishes, spinach and
rhubarb at Browncr's.
All the latest in cents' kid gloves at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
Ladies' russet Oxfords 85c, worth $1 25
while they last The Boston.
Asparagus, spinach, lettuce, radishes,
onions and pie plant at Look's.
Very fine quality ladies' kid shoes
f 3 50, regular $5 quality M. A K.
If you wish to see a first-class line of
goods in all lines go to the London.
300 men's suits, good ones have been
placed on sale at $5 a suit M. A K.
Tea can buy body Brussels carpets of
Clesns.no A Salzmann at 85c per yard.
Our line of children's fine shoes and
Oxfords is unsurpassed the Boston.
You can buy body Brussels carpets of
Glemann A Salzmann at 85c per yard.
Those bargain bedroom suites are going
at a rash at Clemann A Salzmann's.
Yoa can buy body Brussels carpets of
Clemann A Salzmann at 85c per yard.
Arrived this morning, a beautiful line
of Easter neckties at Llovd & Stewart's.
P. Centemeri kid gloves, McCabe Bros,
sold agents. Easter kid glove sale this
Novelties in underwear at the London.
Novelties in silk handkerchiefs at the
We have something new to show you
in spring weight underwear Lloyd A
George Wagner, Jr , is home on a vaca
tion from Iowa City where be is attend
Oscar Schmidt, who has been attending
school at St. Louis, is home on a short
Gentlemen should inspect the line of
fine foot wear in patent leather cordovan,
etc. the Boston.
Sails that are neat, will not fade, free
from shoddy, wear well and fit well at $5,
at the. M. AK.
We are still on top with the largest
line and nabbiest styles in spring hats
Llovd & Stewart.
, It-is understood the new manager of
tbe. Postal company is to be William All
bright, of Chicago.
Buy the little one a new hat or cap for
Easter. llyd A Stewart have a pretty
assortment. Call and see them.
Saint Mixie and Royal, Foster five hook
kid gloves only at McCabe Bros. For fit
and wear ' hey cannot be equalled.
I. Huber and daughter, Miss Amelia,
returned this morning from their five
months' visit to Colorado Springs.
Wanted A first-class teamster, Ger
ran preferred, must come well recom
mended, Apply at Hartz A Bahnsen.
Bridge Uavel yesterday amounted to:
Foot North, 598; south, 603; total,
1.201. Towns North, 424; south, 424;
Easter 1 id gloves, all the latest novel
ties, reds, greens, pinks, blues and yel-
lows, special offerings this week at Mc
Biarritz kid gloves at McCabe Bros.
in all the new shades, including pearl
with black stitching. The Biarritz is the
best in th market.
8ee the latest society crsze, the ser
pentine di.nce with "The Paymaster," at
Turner Grand, Davenport. Easter Sun
day. April 17 matinee and night.
Fresh cauliflower, cucumbers, aspara
gus, tomutoes, oyster plant, lettuce,
spinach, new cabbage, new potatoes,
radishes, c nions, soup bunches and pars
ley at May's.
A real r ver of water, the serpentine
and specialties are introduced in "The
Paymaster" at Tnrner Grand, Davenport,
Easter Sunday afternoon and night.
C A. Rosander left this morning for
Wyanet, II, where he will participate
in a tempi ranee revival this week and
will also probably fill a pulpit there next
The meeting of the Central District
Medical society to have been held yester
day af tern ion at the rooms of the Rock
Island Citizens' Improvement association,
was postponed until the time for the July
meeting w len it will be held in Davenport.
! a f T iff UAtimnntli tine mi.
V. A, JUi u& tuvuuJUU.u, lino jju
chased the Lena Star from W. W. Lowis.
Mr. Ruff is a bright newspaper man, and
has a facu'iy of writing in an entertain
ing manner. He was editor of the Mon
mouth AtliS for a number of years, and
the paper prospered while he was at it
R. A. M Entire, of Muscatine, accom
panied by bis son, C. C Mclntire, of this
city, left ibis morning for Oconowoc,
Wis, to i.ttend the funeral of H. L.
Edgerton who died in Arizona several
days ago. Mr. Edgerton was a brother-
in-law of C. C. Mclntire.
Anna Rodstrom, a 10 year old girl ret
siding with her parents at 23? Second
street. Mo ine, was terribly burned while
playing at out a bonfire on Tuesday after
noon. She was standing near the pile of
burning bt ash, and her clothes caught
fire and b fore the flames oould be ex
ticguisted ber whole body was severely
burned. 3he was given the best of medi
cal attend ince, but to no avail, and ber
death occi.rred yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Catherine Conlin died at the
heme of hor sister, Mrs. Margaret Nor
ton in Milan, at 5 o'clock this morning,
aged 75 years. She formerly resided at
Clinton, Icwa, where her husband died
18 years age, and for the past eight
years she lias made her home with he:
sister. 81 e had been gradually failing
for some t me. 'the funeral will proba
bly occur on Sunday morning, and the
inUrment be made in the Catholic ceme
It will (ay one to visit the works of
the Rock Island Car Journal Lubricator
company if he desires to see some of the
nicest machinery that has ever been put
in in Reck Island. The factory is a
model of completeness and neatness and
a credit to Manager Robenson. In one
corner is a little contrivance affording a
practical tost of the operation of the lub
ricator on the journal of a car. and which
is running at the rate of 55 miles an hour
having sna3e 548 milea yesterday.
Hood's Sareaparilla absolutely cures
where other preparations fail. It possess
es meaicinm merit peculiar to itself.
Use Dr. Price's Cream
IF YOU WISH TO AVOID THE TWIN DRUGS,
ALUM AND AMMONIA
Am All Hlft-IU Office.
C. J. Heath, the new manager of the
Western Union telegraph office, has al
ready evinced his determination to give
Rock Island the best service possible and
has made arrangements so that after the
first of next week the office will be open
all night. This evidence of enterprise on
the part of the company'a new represent
ative in Rock Island will no doubt be ap
preciated by the public.
S3 Mmtt Sale at the SI. A K.
Suits that are neat.
SuiU that will not fade.
Suits that are free free from shoddy.
Suits that will wear well.
SuiU that fit well.
SuiU for men, izes 84 to 44, at $5 a
suit at the M. & K
It Bxaol'ant Qualities
Commend to public approval the Csh
frnia liquid flruit remedy Syrup of Figs
It is pleasing to the eye, and tc the taste
jid by acting geutly en the kidneys, liver
and bowels it cleanses the system effect
ually, therebv promoting the health and
comfort & -. wbo use it.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possass
Pozaonis Complexion powder gives it.
SUunch ships strike and founder. )he fierce
winds and monnuinous wivts sweep noble
mariners' "hearts ef oik" to rhipwreck and to
death, yet that doss not prevent the m'.beiliesi
lnndsman from risking his life on the ktormy At
lantic In the role of tonrist or commercial traveler.
But if he shall teach his destination safely he will
scarcely have escaped some of the qualms of sea
sickness, un'ess he takes .with him 1I(-tatter's
Stomach Bitters, that inimitable specific for nan-
sea. Bad water on lonz trios are a threat to the
voyager, but this may be deprived in a great
measure 01 us disordering en ecis upon me stom
ach, bowel? and liver by the Bittern. g;mt 'he
prejndical effects of malaria, bad dii-t f atiae and
exposure it is also efficacious. It averts, more
over, rheumatixm and kidney complaint. Don't
travat on sea or iana witnoui iu
May depend upon the way j ou treat the warn
ings which nature gives you as the spring
comes on. A few bottles of S. S. S. taken
at that rime may insure good henlth for a year
or two. Therefore act at once, for it
that nature be assisted at the right time.
S.S. S. never fails to relieve the system of im
purities and obstructions, and is an excellent
He Wants to Add his Name.
''Permit me to add my name to your many
other certificates in commendation of the great
corative properties contained in Swift's Spe
cific (S. S. S.) . It is certainly one of the best
tonics I ever used."
. John W. Daniels, Anderson, S. C
Treatise on Mood and skin diseases mailed
free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
Quick Meal , vv v"
Riverside CooJag ;v J
Stoves and jRanes,
1615 and 1617 Second Avenua
Or; H, .ndemann, for twelve years chemist of the
New York Board of Health, in his paper read before the
American Chetaiem Society at Washington, in October,
3801, states that- an aftv"101" bakin4T powder acts on the
gluten of the- flour, alteiW" its chem:cal properties, and
cites numerous high authonHW to Prove its injurious
effect on' the stomach, and kidneya:-
Licbig -the-great chemist says:; "''he use of alura in
bread is - very injurious and it is very to disorder
the stomach and occasion acidity and dyepsia'
The- following, powders arc known to contain" either
ammonia, or alum or both: Royal, ChirC$o Yeast, Calumef,
Ben Aon; Taylor's One Sjoot Unrivaled, For eft City, Snow Ball,
NO PAY UNTIL CURED
No opent'on. No pain. No danger. No
detection from bnainat a.
FILES CTRE without pain, ose of knife or
cautery no aoeitbatic no detention from busi
ness. DR. A. L. DE S0UCHET
Tbe Roptnre Specialist, of Chicago, or fcrto asso
ciate will be at
TT A "R "PTTT? TTfSTT.QTi?
Every MONDAY and TUESDAY
References: A. S. Britton.4055 Armour avenne,
rThtav.. (J.n Rantuu .WW T111-.-.l
Chicago; Wm. Schindler, MUhawaka, Ind.: Dr.
OuT.. TT;ki-.J Tl l -it . r. r i .
SOLVED THE PK0BLEM.
The inventor of tbe New Scale Kim
ball Piano was OTerjoved when be found
what a success be had made of it, and the
above cut represents his feelings Have
you examined these pianos t Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
make, but call and see the New Scale;
they are the finest in the land. We bare
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Oak, Bird's Eye Maple, Mahogany,
Satin, Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
the fiaeBt variety ever shown io the citf
of Rock Island.
D. Boy Sowlby, 1726 Sec )n d Avo.
LOUIS GLOC KHOFF'S
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
Having jnst furnished a fine Parlor uptalrs and
equipped it with two of Brunswick ft Balke'a
finest Billiard Tables, also two fin Poal
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the finest line of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco In tbe market.
1808 Second A vkwuk.
Spring Jackets and Gapes.
f Our spring cloak sale was a
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success, ims wees more new
styles in caps. And jackets will
be shown in ladies' and misses'.
AAV ill iAn1aaoat a cUaiw
'-Ladies' Blouse Waists.
, Immense assortment of ladies'
blouse waists placed on sale
It is none too early to buy if
you care to get first selections.'
Very pretty innovations are
shown both in shapes and fab
rics. The skirt pattern prevails.
They come in cambrics, lawns,
satteens, etc. Prices begin at
50c for a really good waist. Some
cheaper than 50c, but hardly
Ladies' Calico and
We show a large assort
ment nf ,.
made up jn
styles. Prices begin
at 98c. Can you afford
to make them when
they can be bought at
such prices? You will
find them in cloak
Rock Island. lilinoi
Is the appropriate name applied to us bv our
FURNITURE and CARPETS
Largest assortment and latest styles. Inspection
cordially invited by
GLEMANN & SALZMANN,
The Money Savers.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS' took the highest premiun
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wroushtlron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal-and every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christinas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to saowyoo
that is useful and novel in housekeeping good:.
-JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
. Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tland.
We have never felt so confident of our ability to serve vou as now. for never before have we been so
thoroughly equipped to supply the wants and gratify the tastes of our patrons.
iUUJJ JUBGnZESUTT WITH EVERY ADVANTAGE FOR BUYiwi
Enables us to disDlava DODular and unlimited flnnrk nnd in soliciting yw
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custom we are confident that our dealings in the future, as in the past, cannot fail to prove mutually benefi
cial ana satisiaciory.
Strictly Blew Styles, Honest Merit, Service and Durability, One Low
Price, Truthful Advcrticinrj and Honest Dealing,
Which has gained for us an enviable reputation, as well as being the means of our success, must be
convincing that the
M. &. K. is the Correct PJace to buy Correct Goods at Correct Prices.
We are determined to do jnst as well by you as we peesibly can to meet your most sanguine expectations, and to giv
you the best of satisfaction, thereby merit your confidence, secure and maintain your patronage, and t has mcr3fo an
growing business. Should this method of conducting business meet your approval, we look forward with peasur .
SKifmES?1117.0 8how yu the most Perfect, complete, and exquisite line of ladies', Gentlemen, Beg two
FOOTWEAR, and more real novelties and original styles in Men Boys' and Children's CLOTHING than an j
stores in this vicinity combined.
IRON CLAD AND