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CITY CHAT. ttaarM' bieytlM. afeCsbe's tomorrow. Leaf lard at GUmora's. f trawbrriss at Long's. Sweaters at the London. II. 4k K. for bojt clothing. Bicjole suits at the London. Dressed chickens at Long's. Wcvcto bote at the London, lists. Sommen A La Telle. The boat broom Ws Uttla Gam. Underwear. 'Sommers A La Vella. Go t Eckhart'a for fishing tsekles. Cat flower and plant at Eck hart'a. See Hess Bros, ad for your SandaT jdlnncr. All colors in Fedora hats. The Londen. Sonjr of the shirt. Sommers & La Veil. Children's junior salts. . Sommers La Velle. ' Jewel goline stoves are at the top as uiual. Children's salts, elegant stjles. The London. K. 8. Co. anita 13.90, J.90, .9S; M. K. M. A K. are headquarters for boys' wearing apparel. McDonald' grocer? for good things 10 cat. ooe urn au. Nioe sweet potatoes, cabbago and parsnip at Long'. The best on earth Shirk cork filled refrigerator. Men' working pants, 50 cents. Soninicra A La Veils. The ii ladle' lace boot are just right. Adams has them. Men' anits; the? aro hammers, $10. Sommers A La Velle. For Saturday only, four pair aocka for 15 cent. Tho London. Don't forget the latest rtjla in footwear. Adnms can please. Self supporting bicycle pants. Je belts, bommers A La Velle. Adams' is headquarters for men's tsu and blaek goods this season. Mring your bl bo? to na for his aprmg salt, bommers A La Velio. Lnttace, radishes, onions, aspara gus, pie plant, and beets at Long'a. liny roar ehoes at the Fourth are nue shoe atore, 1501 Fourth avenue Ten conta will admit you to the aortal at me central ctrnrcu tonight. Washable four-in-hands, the 25 cent kind, two for 25 cents. The London. Familiar quotations at the Central church tonight. Admission 5 and 10 cent. Boys' knee pants 'suits, all wool. great raluc, ?.95. Sommera A La- Velle. Turtle soup atGatiwellcr'a tomor row Light, anil a skiff will bo given away. (io to tho Central church tonight. See familiar quotation and get a onvenir. Now ia the time to buy your sum mer auits-the London i tbo place to buy them. Where the smallest amount of money buy the best shirt Sommers a i.a ii s. . II. Hosklns, of the Columbia Opera company, arrived in the city this afternoon. Special sale tomorrow in children' aad nilea hats aal cap at Stew art's, the batter. ' Tho tans, the nobby tans ynn'l find at M. A K's. Ftuost'line of men's shoes in the city. , Yon make no mistake in purchas ing your auntmer shoes of Adams All the swell styles. Nat Goodwin and eomnan? pataed through the city today en route from v aiomea to roona. Tomorrow for childrcn'e and muses hat and can. Special sale at Stewart's, the hatter. The wino colored oxford with pat ent leather trimming are ynrrly up io a i. Adams na mem. Ton know where to buy your bi cycle suit, cap, hose, belt, etc. Stew art, the hatter, can please you. Shirk cork filled refrigerators aa usual lead ibe procession. All aize. atyles and prices at Allen, Myers A I O. Aren't those diagonal hair line stripes In gentlemen percale ahlrta nestr lou can get tbera at M A K s. The "fourth avenue aboe store. 1501 Fourth avenue, is selling shoes very cheap now, ana good shoes, too. ' The Kock Island T. M. C A. has elected K. B. McKown. L. C. Dough Awarded Highest Hoaors World's Pair, aDIV mm CREAFtl DAMS . MOST PERFECT MADE. A purs Crap Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Bom Amnwu, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. erty, J. J. Roach and G. M. Loosley tllrectors for the ansalng year; . r. M. A K. for gentlemen's tan shoes and b? tha way those vicis with cloth tops. Orient toe, are among the latest ana can do baa mm. it's, only. Jast Nceired another case of tan and black, one.half hose, four pair for 25 cent; this is the last chanee at this price for Saturday only. The London. Phil Mitchell has returned from Springfield, where he attended a meeting of the executive committee of the Banker' Association of the State of Illinois. Baby shoes 18 cents; youths' lace shoes, 12 to 2, solid, 89 cents; boys' lace, shoes, solid. S to 5, 99 cents; men's dress shoes f 1.24 at tha Fourth avenue shoe store. 1501. 17.37 for suits well worth $12 to 16. Ton may think these suita are too cheap to be good ; there's where your foo.ed; the? are too irood for $7.37. Come and look at them. The London. Shirk cork filled refrigerators stand second to none. Prices are within the reach of every one. Don't buy inferior goods when the best is selling so cheap. See Allen, My ers A Co. II. B. Sudlow is securing bids for his new block to be built at the cor ner of Fourth avenue and Twentieth street. It will be a modern building wun storerooms on me first noor and flats above. Fifteen dollars cash given away That's what you do when yon put $100 into any wheel with the Majes tia at $46. Sold by Charles Wolff. Eighteenth street. Repairing and bicycle sundries. Don't fail to buy one of thoee fine an wool suits for $7 33; tbey are worth fli to $15 per suit. Of course ii you aon t want to save some money these suits will certainly not interest you. ine London. The Jolly Four gave their leap year ball at Turner ball last evening. Despite the warm weather there was a good crowd present, 40 couples managed by the ladies, aerved at 12 o'clock. . Supper was lhe Jewel smokeless generator stove is only sold by Allen, Myers A Co. Their two burner and step stove at $11 beats anything ever offered in the history of gasoline stoves. Saves 00 per cent over any other stove. See their ad. on page five. Kemember the sacred concert at St. Anthony's church. Fourth and Main streets, Davenport, by the choir, assisted by the, Beethoven Quintet elub, Sunday evening, April 19. Doors open at 7 p. m., concert at 8 o'clock sharp. Tiokets 25 cents. Aicuaoe'a special spring opening sale this week will wind up in a blaze oi giory tomorrow, special effort win do maae to wait en all promptly. but customers are kindly asked to come early in the day as far as pos- sioie. see a lew samples or tomor row's special pricea elsewhere. The Mercer count? republican con vention was neia vestcnlay at Aledo and these delegates were chosen to the congressional convention: W. J. Graham. T. West, T. A. Donaldson, J. L. Naace, Henry Lcipold, Henry Ktlsel, L. K. Hyatt, K. M. Cassle, J S. Cox. N. Little and J. W. Dille. J. F. Shank received a telegram tuts morning from W. X. Goodrich at Bloomiirgton announcing the death there of John C. Goodrich, and stating that the remains will arrive tonight, ine lunerai win occur from Mr. Shank's home, 3013 Fifth avenue, at a time to be announced later. Mr. Goodrich was 3S years of aire and formerly resided here and in Davenport, having been employed as a typesetter oil tri-cit? news papers. McCabe's cut prices for tomorrow (Saturday): Two -thousand yarda camorta lining, scents a yard; 100 dozen ladies' iiale and taffeta gloves. 10 centa a pair; men's fine linen cuffs, 10 cents a pair; best linen col lars, o centa each; nice brown Turk. ish bath towels, 2 centa each; 100 Coco door mats, this time 15 cents each; 20 Hippoa rugs 2 J feet oy o reet, 70 cents each; nice fresh marsh-mellows, 17 cents pound. Come early. Explore the store iormere Bargains, it pays. srrciAE. BALE. Toms MeCaeabe, Saturday. 141 Triple sliver plated, gold lined cups, worth sue. aIe price 20c. 144 Triple silver plated, gold lined oops, engraved, worth Sec. Sale price 23c. Kutniora eeieuratea wall paper cieaner ior saiuraay saie, ive. Nice carpet beaters, worth 25 cents, sale price 17 cents. Ladies' summer weight vest. worth 5 cents, for Saturday only 2 cents. od to cnuoren. Ladies' shirt waist sets, silver plated, four buttons, one pair ouff buttons, two Den pins, 11 cents. Three-fourths-inoh rubber hose. sale price 6J cents. Three-fourths-inch 5-ply rubber hose, guaranteed. 9J rents. We respectfully Invite your inspec tion of our immense line of ladies and gents' summer underwear. For price and quality we guarantee they cannot oe neat. McCabe's tomorrow. Showers snd cooler tonighT and Saturday. Today 'a temperature, 82. t. j. WALz. observer. McCabe's tomorrow. Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical Ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasantefforts rijrhtly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forma of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrupof Figs, prompt ly removes. That ia why it is the oniy remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value (rood health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating' the orfrana on which it acts. It is therefore all important, ia order to get its bene ficial effect, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia fig Syrup Co. only and Bold by all reputable druggists. If is the enjoyment of rood health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the mo6t skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrnp of Figs stands highest and is most largely Used and gives most general satisfaction. iinni at Tiir iiotI LUUI hi inc LIOI Then order yourself a nice-dinner from the following: Lettuce, Spinach, HadishM. Pie Plant, Tomatoes , New Beets, Leek. Aspnragtie. New Pit, - Wax Bean;, On'oaf, Turnip, Soup Bo che?. Parsley, ? Bweet Potatoes, Faranips, Carrots. Fancy Oranges, Eating Bananas and Apples. Strawberries. j ' If what you want ia 4 not there ask us and 4 we will get it if possi- 4 ble. r I NEW SHOES LADIES' STILLETTO. This (hoe is hand sewed. Welt extension edge, very dark rich brown, Twentieth century style, swellest shoe in the tri-cities. AA to D. THE BOSTON 1705 SECOND AVENUE. Blank Books Lat C. C. TAYLOR's 1717 Second Ave. DAVID DON. BTARL'J PoLctan Proof Tins. BICYCLES. ULmJr Bll CSulae anil Civo fill ?iyiG9 SUIU IS,6Sa Large display of bicycle sundries. Lanterns, all kinds. Bicycle oil. Wood, rim and tire cement. Chain lubricant. Cyclometers. Trouser guards. Lantern brackets. Too clips, etc. 1615-1617 Second Arenue. Most of the fair sex are fond of a f few sweetmeats to nible at, even . if the performance is a tragedy. The sage young man will take the hint and provide himself with a box of our lovely Bon Bona or Chocolates when on his ' way. to his sweetheart's residence the night they intend going to the theatre. KOM 2 C US. We have a box made tq represent ad Opera Glass Case which is filled with fine candy in place of a glass. Get one and surprise your wife, sweetheart or daugh ter. The box can be kept to remember you by. KRELL&MATH Why not have a brick of three kinds of Ice Cream at your Party or Dinner. It will please your company more than anything you could serve for desert. Fhone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave. McIntyre-UecU Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 171 1 Second Arenue, Rock Island, LH. THE BARGAIN CENTER APRIL BARGAINS. A PBIl shower do not Interfere In the least with April bargaina sera. o mi.haai thte fact we will Ml I IS dosea elegant nam stripe " " 1 win m up. wc -oc mine ai ec. Alo au aoaew. wneKa'e ZftTPUin cotton ailk flmehed. peart battos, wir sleere Veata, 88c vale a' 9c aioo'jrsi SS. And 100 haadstmt Silk Waiet Panares, tall tlx jarda. LACK CURTAINS. 800 1 alt lmonrtere samples and adds sad ends, si perfect, most nf tbenkntligtaUraoiladorBaed.antoTarapair andakalf of a kind. wmc only one eurtatn. but the prtcw is ooahly attractive on that Seconal! I'".T1ur abance to at oat wtariowa at email oM. Te (Ma pnrcbaaa we add KOpair broken Iota of Cattalne from oar own stock, aukis aa at tractive aaeorteMnt to be atetribnted among fortunate early kurera. Fnr conTenieoee we divide ue pile into three Iota : i.Vl-,1 .V.5JT.VLn'c nrt ctirt.ina, fall taped, extra widths aad lengtha, l es and S1.8t valnee at $1 .SJ. Lot At! II t flae fleted maalla CorUlaa. worth SM SO aad BS a pair : acre Iriih Point Cnrtams, wort b S4 a pair: raw fancy act CBr atna. frilled ani plain borders, worth K50, any al all at SI k Lots At $3 S8. fancy netCnrtain. handsome Braasels Cartalna. Bt. Ga.l Curtain,, ta vaiae to to St.SS, yoar choice S3.3. In addition we offar for tha aale new Point O'Baprtt Brnasela net Cur Utna. very well covered, at $3.13, SS SS and fS.48, worM from 8 to lit). White Irian point CaiUlns, worth Si. SO, attlST. POLE AND FIXTURES FREE. ( Pole and Fixtures free with all Certains at 11.50 a pair and up. CURTAIN GOODS BY THE YARD. 800 yards fancy Drapery (roods, at 18c and tie. sow lSJc. SOO yarda fancy Curtain Scrims at age. ROLLER SHADES. rTTHXiOI are logalar 18c foods and aallke the cheap Shades yea aanally A boy. These an moantedoe Srstclaea rollers aad will give aatk faeaoa. 50 dcaea beat felt Kollar Shades at ltyte. SHIRT WAISTS. We place on aale some 90 dozen kirt Waista lntpadad to sell at Ue. It ia too long a etory ta tell why we are (oit; to eell toe as at B0c,bat Uwt mn Butler M yoa eo loaf as joa cot thaaa at the prior. A the Waist at SOe. Ever since March 1 we have been tryina to tatenoagh of tha new Per sian shirt Waiats on hand at ana time to tall yoa aboat tbeea. Sell as faat aa they loach the coasters. A new tot teeeived Friday. Same low price SUM ana SMS. MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS. We ask yon to bay hare only the beet anlanndriej Shtrta ae be aad for the money in this or any other market and quota taa faUowtna; spaa) si prleee for th le week : At Stic, or SS.S5 Half Doaen ahlrta of Vew Tort milks mnaltn. coatla ar aa f acinca. l.SuO count lines bosom, properly reinforced, tha 7So ahirt eleewhere. At ftsc, or SS Tt Half Dosea -Shlru of Wew York mills as sella, eoatts one facing. l.O0 connt linea bosom, patent yoke, aaw stylo guaattlng, the hind otbere ask See for. a AtSTc.tt.MUalf Uoien-Cntnm made Shirts of tha ".neat musltn, very Sa linen boeom wt h the beet reinforcing, wrist aad bands of ftna linen. Ton can get notkins better at S1-S5. home of the low are limited Wa advise early parahaaea. NEW CAPES. ' Fpeclal lota new Cloth Oanrs. etlk ribbon trimmed, TaJno S.sn.at BS.as, Special lota Cloth CSpes, trimmed wtih braid aad halloas, ft SO val- aes. at SS w The few tl .75 Capea left will go at Wc. Cat In Two All Far Uapee aad Clotb Jackets from this aeaaoa caa ho bought now at a dtecouat oi 50 per cent. Ton cannot in vast money to better advantage. . Many Handsome Homes In Rock Island have been furnished from our im mense stock and its possessors are pleased with their purchases. We are not experimenting in this busi ness, but have had years of experience. We know what the novelties in our line are we buy them we know what they are worlh buy them at prices that are not exhorbitant and you in turn buy them at correspondingly low rates. Our Immense Assortment of Carpets . has never been equalled id the three cities and we invite comparison. Call and look at our goods and prices and satisfy yourself. In plain, fancy and sub stantial furniture we take a back seat for no one and are anxious to have you investigate. Window shades, curtains, straw mattings, rugs, novelties in furniture, and in fact the most complete line in every depart ment. Give us a call. CLEMANN & SALZMANN LEADERS IN OUR LINE. Sixteenth street and Second avenue. M . K. Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in Boys' and Children's Novelties THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never quite as tough as the boy, that's no reason why they should not have the last ing; persistent quality which boys r:qure. We have well sewed, well buttoned, well pocketed boys knee pants suits, splend d wool fabrics in good styles at $2.50, $2.9, $150, $5 to $6.90 , . Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or shield fronts at $1.68, $2.50, $2.95 to $5. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at $2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resisting qualities irv nobby patterns and styles. Star Waists, Mothers9 Friend Waists. s We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think we ought. Lots of K., S & Co. men's suits at $3-90 $4 90, $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c. AH wool bicycle pants $1.85.