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THE AEGUS, FIMDAY, MAY M), 18ia.
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Soila water at Thomas'.
Bargains at the Columbia.
Crackcry at the Columbia.
Glassware at the Columbia,
lee cream soda at Thomas'.
9 to 10 tomorrow M. & K.
Thermometers at the Columbia.
Strawberries at Somler & Son's.
Zij; Cora"' at the Watch Tower.
Where are the electric sprinklers?
JJijr", Zora-at the Tower Sunday.
From 0 to 1 tomorrow M. & K.
Pure fruit juice sil:i at Thomas,
liaml concert at the Tow or Sunday.
Tomorrow a. m. from it to 10 M.
Chicki-n dre.-ed to order at Hess
Get viur j-prin lamb at Trrmunn
All kinds of fruit at Huncher's
Fountain soda, best in the city, at
Underwear worth o'V for 22c a 1 1 he
Do your trading tomorrow at the
Spring lamb at Tremann V: Sons'
Wax beans and green peas at Sou
lier V- Son's.
Vegetables (,f all kinds at Hunch
Benefit ball at lloche's hall tomor
California cherries and pineapples
at IIos Hro.
Spring lamb at Tremann A- Sons"
Hcau t if til t ablca u at tlie Watch
Apple-, oranges and bananas at
Sender iV Sou".
All kinds of ffi -U vegetable- at
Brow ner v t o."-.
Navel oranges a:id banana at
Browner v Co.".
A nice !::ie of frc-h ejretables a;:d
fruit at Hi !!n.-.'
Clioi.-e pri::g la tub at -chro der"-.
.'11 1 Twi-n i let h ! re. 1 .
Choice pring :ami :;t ei; v -edi-r".
."1 1 Twen t iei h t roet .
Apple. oraisiT.'. ! :i n:i r.-.i and
trawbert k- at Long's.
Attend tin- bi netit bail t morrow
i-vclliniTat Koelie" hall.
iiargain in men's w oi k i n j; hoe
at lol!y Bro. tomorrow.
One of M. V K. specia's from '.' to
10 tomorrow. Be on time.
Strawberries, pineapples, bananas
ami oranges at Huncher's.
Choice dresed chickens at r. iiroe
der's. oil Twentieth street.
Marvelous feats on the Spanih
rings at the Tower Sunday.
Choice dresed chickens at chroe-
ler"s. 311 Twentieth street.
Chickens at the Columbia meat
market, telephone N. l.o.;i.
Grab them ijuick Imt one hur
from '.' T in tomorrow M. A: K.
S.-e refrisfi-rators :st IIiiek.-Taedt
iiefore you tiny. It will pav mu.
Catcher's mitt and glove given
awav with bov" nit. the Louiu..
t ateliers milts ami gloves given
awav with children's uits. the Lon
don. Children's -hiil -hoes odds and
ends a.L co.-t at Holly Bros, tomor
row. Ladies patent leather Oxfords with
cloth tops at half price at the M.
Special sale of all small lots in
ladies' Oxfords at the M. Ar-K. hoe
Asparagus, lettuce, spinach, rad
ishes, onions and pie plant at Souder
Ladies will find that what they
want in the way of artistic footwear
at the M. A: K.
New potatoes, wax beans, aspara
gus, string beans, lettuce, etc.. at
Browner A: Co.'s.
Are you feeling cranky and knock
ed out? Monroe's tonic will cure you.
Marshall A: Fi-her.
Are veil wanting lace curtains?
We can save you money on thee
We liave some odd sizes in mis.-es"
shoe-. Will sell at o't cents a pair at
I'lly Bros, tomorrow.
Will we Mr you tomorrow ? More
new goods and ju.t the things for
this weather, the Loudon.
At the M. iV K. clothing store from
!l to 10 a. m. you can buy you will
know in tomorrow's papers. '
Where am 1 at?" If not vou
should be at Marshall & Fisher's buy
ing a bottle of Monroe's tonic.
Take the baby out for a ride Sun
day in one of those line carriages at
Iluckstaedt's. Cash or credit.
A letter from Hamilton Ferry to
his brother. George Ferry, in "this
city, states that his little nephew.
Sidney Boot, so frightfully bitten by
a vicious dog at Omaha, cannot sur
vive the injuries.
Capt. Koehler and daughter leave
this evening for Los Angeles, Cal.,
where they will remain some time.
Cucumbers, spinach, wax beans
string beans, tomatoes, radishes,
beets, carrots and parsley at Hess
A neat attractive line of rattan
goods, just the thing for these warm
days, at Iluckstaedt's. Easy pay
ments. We are the leaders of low prices
and our competitors know it; to be
convinced of this see our sx.il'J suits,
worth the London.
This week we are showing the
largest lino of line extension tables
ever shown at one lime in this city.
Call and see llieni. Hnckstae.lt.
Head lettuce, radishes, cucumbers,
onion, spinach, asparagus, carrots,
peas, ftiing beans, pie plant, at
Huncher's Twentieth street grocery.
Our line of iff L. A: B. suits for
children are beUer than other houses
sell for and a pair of base ball
mitts and gloves thrown in, the Lon
don. You can get at Long's tomorrow
green peas, string beans, cucumlers,
lettuce, radishes, onions, tomatoes,
pie jtlant. asparagus, soup bunches
George W. Aster and wife enter
tained a large party of friend of the
family at their pleasant home on
Seven I eenth street last evening.
Supper was served and an evening of
pleasant sociability spent.
Bert Cunningham, the Moline ball
tosser of last year's Twin-City team,
ha received an offer for his ser ices
from Kansas Citv, and will probablv
accept and join the team that that
city has put into the Wctcrn league.
The entertainment given bv Miss
1'ripp's dancing c!as at the n mills of
ihe "standard club last evening, was
well attended and was a verv di light -
fill affair, the young people spend i ng
several hours in tci'psichorcan
The 1 av t n p. rt A: Bock l .-land
Street Kailw ay company have bought
outright tlie !!. ggan sane at t he
lower, heretofore owned Irv John 1.
Newlmrgor. and will oo.rate it hciv-
iftcrao!ic of the plea-ant features
!' that ih llgbtiiil resort.
Mr. Charles Frehse died at her
home. Light h avenue, at -J o'clock
vesterdav afternoon in her Mt'.tli voar.
f malaria! lever complicated with
.t In r ail nun t s. she lea is to anourn
her loss a husband and thn chil-
Iren. The funeral will be held from
the German Lutheran church at 2
o'clock Sunday afternoon.
The track of the street railway com
panv along Second avenue through
the business part of the citv i be
coming in a more wrctcneu comlition
dailv. Cars jolt over il as if running
on the ties at places and the const
iiiieiiee is not onlv a heap ot discom
fort to passengers. but it must
entail a los of time and damage to
the ear. That track ought to be re
paired and that soon.
L 11. Van Fatten and familv left
lat night for Iaio. British Colum
bia., where Mr. Van Fatten has min
ing interests. Mr. Van Fatten
brought home glowing accounts of
the rapid growth, of Ka-i. and tlie
case with which a person rnav be
come rich there owing to the rich
ness of the mines in the vicinity. He
is likely to be followed bv other Dav
enportcrs. for w e all want to get rich.
Tlie fact that the new postage
stamps are backed with a mucilage
that is a health producing article is
not generally known. It is claimed
by ox-Postmaster Jeneral John Wan
amakcr that a constant use of
these stamps will cure bronchit
is, consumption, liver complaint,
neuralgia, toothache, ingrowing toe
nails, -a swollen head, and any and all
classes of domestic troubles. Any
thing in the nature of an ailment can
be easily and ijuickly settled by a
liberal use of these stamps. The
next thing we will hear will be that
the former head of the postal service
is at the head of a trust for the man
ufacture of this patent mucilage.
The Philadelphia millionaire was al
ways an adept in the art of advertising.
Ha tli Louie of MurUer.
Cincinnati, May If. The corpse of au
unknown man r.bout .'. years old has been
taken from the river at Fleming's Land
ing. A bullet hole in the riiit temple in
dicates murder, as there are no powder
marks on the face to show that the wound
Denver, May 19. A wind storm has
swept over Colorado which has blown down
wires and wrecked a preat deal of prop
erty. Two big forest fires are raging near
A shock of earthquake lasting several
seconds was felt at San Francisco.
Mrs. Michael Bierge, wife of a wealthy
farmer residing near Barnard, Mo., sud
denly became insane, and having killed her
S-months'-old babe cut her own throat, dy
ing almost instantly.
I u rTV M I xriw -wid m v m h m r"1
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Homes 40 tears tie JStandard.-
Chief Sexton is ailfisodof the mys
terious disappearance from Brook
lyn, N. Y., since March 24, of W. H.
Cochrane, aged 30 years, and who is
described as having red hair and
mustache, blue eyes and fair com.
plexion, whose absenee is unexplain
able anil whose wife is almost dis
tracted concerning him.
Mrs. E. J. KovtcII, Mc.ifonl, Mass., says to
.xhuT has becu cured cf Scrofula l.y tha u -o
: .-'our bottles c IJHSiVftRj nf'cr fcavins t;.u
L..-:c'.i other treat- ta?Jif Si r.jcnt, anil bei-i-
.-..-iuccrt to quite a lo7 cr.cl:tioa cf heallh, taiV
tou'Zic Bliu cor.1.1 i;ot live.
of here. .
(jiven up all hopo
1 urcil my htt.e boy
$1 fciry scrofula vCb.
; .T.retl all over
,i y.car I nail
I was VU induced
i fcwlio ttles cured hira, and no
-vmptoius cl the iliseaso remaia.
Mils. T. 1. Mathers, Mathervillc, Mes.
Ouiuoukoa Uluoaan i sk.a n:fs- mail.l frre.
i;k vou in need?
Waul h c.iok
Wanr a part hit
Want a tuluaMon
Wnnt to rent riK)iu
"Want a servant g.il
Want to oll a tnn
Want to t-eli a hoii-e
Want to cxflinrce nnvthtnjr
Want te Fell hous.-hotl '.xmIh
Want to make any real estate luunH
Wart to svH vr trad? for anyihln-.r
V:int to ti:nl cus'on'.rrn for Hiiytlunt.'
rsa TIIK.-E COLUMNS.
T-.HS OAII.Y AKGt'S DELIVKKF.I) AT YOUR
i d.-ir evi r.' ncuns for livir per w.- k.
WANT EP i;r..;ES: MIOI' WuKK;
ftemly en:i'o.vin'i t for r ipiit workers.
1 lie I..iri.aii lt , Wi-t Tn-i i.ty -Eeeonil ami I'nicm
f treets, I'hica'o, Ui.
Vv'ANTF.n sfO ESSfl L CANVAS-KK
yiia'.itlcil to haii' la irer.i r .1 a;.-i,ry. Sa'ar;,
from st-irt. Host nteren-es require.!. ;ire
ui-'e. I.uk-inlario Nur ;eries, ll.c(ieMer, N. ".
ACANTED YOUMi MAN Foil OFFICE WOKK
at B.vk Is'nn l Salary jut month.
Mil -it f ill ti lr.li lusr r. fer.l.c; mul SloOiash e.pilal.
Adilress KiHiin t:; V ool i. r liuiKnnir. IVoria. 111.
l.SNTS WAN rE! -i;EN TS TO I ARE Olt
ri. ilers In every town ami eit) ; cotnuiissi .n or
liberal salary suceesrf.il .-olic torf: stea.lv
work. Ser.il referent-'S an.l reenre territory
1 romliHy. Eilwill .-'er .V; lJ:.rry, ML U.le nurser
ies. !C.H.hert-. r, N. .
THE - (irHK M KAL" is the only
tovo hvinir ii tin k that cannot lo ta1' eu elf
for filling, unk-s the baruera ari t l-:ira.
T1IK -lirHK MKAL" is tho only
htovc having iim iiidicator to .show wht-nllie
1 unit'i! are w. l or closed.
THi: - gUICH MEAL" is the only
Move uvirjr pjiiss lubes to show the drip
lin;; of ea-o ine w hen the 8t -ve i in u?e.
THE -(UICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burner ttat cannot be opened
farther thim necessary.
THE (JUIv'K MEAL" is the only
utove having all par s made cf material
which cannot ri st .
lGl.r) and 1617 b'ecoi tl Avi-tai-'.
urtis Opera House,
MONDAY, MAY 22-
Tin- lliii.-iral t-vfiit if tlie seasnli - t he
Andrews Op ra
I;. I lVt.i.lt- o.
In r. i rti ire of trraml and rmiiir oj.i t -as. C tv.
pleie r litsiia. Sjilemliil t lion:-.-.
Usual pric.-s. Comutatl.m books of 1- i. kets
SJ for best -.eats Mile fii. Ts Wetlne-Jay luoru
iiiit. May IT, at Fltikc. Telephone No. -JO.
is the best skin lotion in use. It contains no
mineral or oily substances. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Koora 15, Dittoe Klock. Davenport, corner
Third aud F.rady.
64 pae MecHcal treatise containing much infor
mation and many valuable receipts free upon application.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Eali Headquarters.-
ihii TII!S WEEK.
One Case. 1 (03 yards, sil
sias. worth up to 20 cents a
yard, for ibis sale
Fine poods juet from Lh
unlls. Buy wlmt you will
need ttiis summer now,one
to live yards in ach piecu
" i ki!,i;.
Uibb.li .-. . -,-This
is yi.ur h ; . .
tlitfSe till! ;-. , ,
JSpt-cial J I' a L
pa' $1 fo- at
Look at tbat pi;. -G9c
Only 2."i r -n
this lot, tans, simp
S O f: -- ?
The Columbia :
Prices Lower than ever.
Sweeping Reduction, such as we make in prices
of first class eoods heretofore unknown:
Oulv Mumlay. Tiicsilay. Wi-liu--.I:iy.
1 rctitli strip stHiinnr ror.-cl-
l"ri !!i!t slriji in I'l iu o7c
rr-m-!i strip in l;i:iv :7i-
Cor-et waists (sol,) j(y uilu rs fur
l. '.")) '.
All tin1 aliovi- ai'i tin- i-i-li lirati'il
II. tc .1. i-orets man u fai-t urotl at
Jatksuti. Mii-li., ami vvi- LTitaran
ti'f that tliero is no ln'tti-r cur
set in tin- market for the money.
I.a.ii. -" ,lor--y
l.a'li' -" Jef-eV
1 er . i it V .
La. lies' lihuk
nalii y .
IUlt johlot of Men's Over anil Uii'ler Shirts at less than w (
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tnet brands of domestic
and imporrd eitars. All brand of tobacco.
Tbe score of ail the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avennc,
F O YOU G, Proprietor.
1728 Second v.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aM Dispensing Pharmacist
Is cow located in his new building at the cornur of FifiU avtuuL
and Twenty-thin! street.
J. Mk CHRISTY,
KAIOFiCTDHEB OF CHACKERS 1S3 i
Ak Yotir Qrocer for Them.
1 T. ywM
Tht- Chrirty "Otsteb" tnd Ct.-.f-y "ira
Elegance of Style
AND PERFECTION OF FIT-
That's what you get when you buy your Spring outfit at the
No such lines of Novelties were ever shown in Rock Island,
our stock of Nobby styles in Boys and Children's Novelties
has no comparison in this vicinity.
Everything New. No Old Stock.
It is safe as well as profitable to trade at the reliable
Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in R
Clothing Btoie 1729 Second Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street Tte Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1804 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Mbnrgomery'a Hardware store.
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