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THE AKGTJS, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1898.
I Tfca Weather We Hay Ht
Fair tonight and Tuesday; cooler In I
Today'i temperature tt.
Ji M. sHCRiER, UMerrer.
. 1
CITY CHAT.
Butter 15 cents at Maucker's.
, Remember the name Kinship.
, LeVa Little Gem U the best broom.
Raisins, six pounds for 25 cents, at
itaucker'n.
' Eberhart's music house headquar
ters for sheet music.
Summers ft Co. for the Novelty
Blue Flame oil stove.
Mce strawberries, three boxes for
$5 cents at Wheelan's.
. The city council holds its semi
monthly session this evening.
, Davenport and Rock Island sweet
Corn 6 cents per can at Maucker's.
1 Fresh ejfjjs 10 cents per dozen, good
butter 15 cents per pound, at Mauck
er's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank HeflTeraan are
the proud parents of a new sou their
first born.
' Now let someone get the weather
roan and the ball club together and let
them arbitrate it.
' The internal revenue collections of
Deputy J. H. Lament for last week
aggregated 1983.20.
Miss Mabel Crocker, of (Julesburg,
Is visiting at the home of J. D. Taylor
on Nineteenth street.
Tonight, grand pool contest at the
Gem Billiard Parlor, 305 Twentieth
Street. All are invited.
Agent M. J. Young, of the Bur
lington, arrived home this morning
from a trip to St. Louis.
. A flair staff is lieinir placed on Ma-
nnip TVimite tnil.iv from uhieh old
glory will hereafter float.
' A class of 88 children received their
first holy communion at St. Joseph's
church yesterday morning.
The Coal Valley schools closed last
Friday, owing to the prevalence of
incasles among the children.
( Dried apricots, three pounds for
85 cents, reaches and prunes, four
pounds 25 cents at Maucker's.
You should see that beautiful line
of Peoria stoves and ranges at Sum
mers & Co's., Twentieth street.
Head Attorney J. G. Johnson, of the
Woodmen order, left Saturday night
for a visit with his family at Pcaliody,
Kas.
A special train of two cars of gun
carriages from Rock Island arsenal
left over the Burlington last night for
Fort Myers. Va.
A local -statistician has discovered
that one-half of the new ball team are
still without sweethearts. Come,
girls; this won't do.
The Woman's Improvement guild
of Trinity church will meet at the
horn of Mrs. C. C. Carter Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Miss Orace Dewey, of Geneseo, is a
relative of Admiral Dewey. Her
Keat grandfather and Admiral
(wey's grandfather were brothers.
Don't smile in derision when you
WW? the lecman these cool . mornings.
He'll give you a good long ran for
your money before the eud of next
October.
Fred W. Krell. mailing clerk in the
IiastolBcc, has lcen quite sick with
a grippe, bis place being filled Satur
day by Will II. Dixon, of the Peoria
mail route.
Auction sale of houses. 431 Fortv-
fourth street and 446 Forty-sixth
v street, postponed to Saturday at 5 p.
m. Cash required 1100. For monthly
payment terms on balance, call on K.
II.Guycr.
At the Baptist church 'last evening
the usual sermon was dispensed with
and nicely arranged . temperance
program was carried out, consisting
of brief papers, short talks, songs and
recitations.
Frank Ritze and Miss Emma Ncl
on. both of this citv, were married
at the home of the bride, 1221 Ninth
avenne, at 8 o'clock Saturday even
ing, Rev. T. W. Grafton performing
the ceremony.
The village election in Port Byron
last week resulted as follows, there
being but one ticket iu the held:
A.A.Olin, president; R. L. Carey,
Henrv Tomer, E. B. Stone, trnstecs;
W. D". Hall, clerk.
B. B. Ray, formerly connected with
the Rock Island road "in this city, and
who is now secretary of the statue rail
road and warehouse commission, is
said to be slated for an appointment
in one of the volunteer brigades. Sen
ator Culloni has been patting in a few
words in his behalf at Washington.
Color Sergeant R. P. Hampton tel
egraphed The Abgi's late this after
noon of the 6th regiment's orders to
move to Washington.
The past few days have given your
fellow citizen an exasperating oppor
tunity to drain his umbrella down
your back while he cIIkiws h's way
to the front of the crowd to read the
latest war bulletin.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. chapel.
By vote of the union all members ap
pearing at the meeting without their
white ribbons will be lined 5 cents.
M. F. Kirkwood, traveling salesman
for the L. M. Rumsey Manufacturing
company, of St. Louis, dealers in
plumbers' and steam fitters' supplies
has moved his family here and will
make Rock Island his headquarters.
The Western hospital for the insane
at Watertown was opened today for
the reception of patients and for the
inspection of the public. Alsiut 100
patients from Jacksonville were
placed in the institution this after
noon.
The graduating exereises of the
Port Byron academy will 1m; held to
morrow evening at the Methodist
church in Port Byron. The candi
dates for graduation are Louise
Bruner, Alice Cooley and Frank Biehl
meier.
Eminent Sir James Burton McFat-
rick. of the grand commandery
Knights Templar. oT Illinois, will in
spect Everts Commandery tonight,
after which there will lie work on the
order of the temple, to be followed by
a banquet.
The United Presbyterians of Moline
have organized a church with the fol
lowing olticers: S. II. Montgomery
and William McConnell, deacons; Mrs.
William Swhn, A. E. Montgomery,
Jr., and M. Moburir, trustees, and
David King, treasurer.
At the Y. M. C. A. yesterdav after
noon a special patriotic program was
carried out. Short talks were made
by Rev. Ira Allen, Mr. Bruner and
others, interspersed by stirring pa
triotic songs, making a very enjoyable
program for those present.
A very interesting service was held
at the jail at 3 p. m. yesterday, the
prisoners lieing addressed by Kev. T
W. (irafton and Will II. Dixon, both
giving an earnest, practical address.
At the close six prisoners took their
stand for the right anil resolved to
lead henceforth a better life and
abandon forever the old life of sin.
Good literature, magazines and papers
distributed among the
Before You Buy a
Refrigerator
were then
prisoners.
YOUNC & M 'CO MBS' SPECIAL
Tuesday at V a. m. Sale to t'ootlnne All
Day Come Early.
American Beauty roses, all fresh
new stock, worth 25c, sale price 7c.
100 hundred ladies' trimmed hats
worth up to 1.75, sale priee 69c.
ft dozen short back sailors for thi
sale 39e.
Roses always 15 and 20c per bunch
for this sale sc.
Our stock is all new and up-to-date,
e have no old stock to oiler, rat
tern hats at half price and many other
liargains.
Stole Clothe.
Ella Vance, who resides on Fifth
avenue near Twenty-seventh street
a prisoner at the county jail. To
morrow morning she will Ikj tried
the police court on a charge of larceny
She was arrested today by Officer
Rvan on complaint of "Mrs. II. D.
El well anil Mrs. Gcorre Wright, while
in the act of getting out
town with several bundles of clothin
belonging to them, and which they
had given her to wash. The Vance
woman had the clothing hauled to the
Diamond Jo landing in an express
wagon, and had it billed for New-Boston.
CO
TAKE A GOOD
' LOOK AT IT
Notice if it can le taken all apart
to lie cleaned, and to let the fresh
air get into the corners, and see
if it has movable flues and air
tight locks; but if that's too much
lmther, just look for the name.
If it reads
'LEONARD CLEAN ABLE
REFRIGERATOR
Buy it. It's all right in fact
it's the ouly one that DOES have
all these good points. A per
petual circulation of dry cold air
keeps the food from becoming
moist or mnsty. It has metal
iec racks and 'other advantages.
A Shoe Snap
Call and See Them
-AT-
DAVID DON'S,
1615 Second
Avenue
i .in
The Battle Cry
Is now heard in all cor
ners of the world.
Wherever people are
oppressed they are cry
ing out for freedom.
Our cry is the best
goods for the money
and it helps humanity
as well. Read the list:
VEGETABLES.
Rummer Squash, Home Grown
Spinach, Onions, Green Beans,
Wax Beans, Pie Plant. Cucum
bers, Cauliflower, Tomatoes,
Eudisbes, Kne Plant, New Beets.
New Teas. Turnips. Carrots.
FRUITS.
Strawberries. Bananas, Kilting
A pples, Oran pes, Pineapples.
POULTRY.
Spring Chickens, Dressed Chickens.
HESS BROS.
1C20 Smmi in. Tilt-tat 1031.
ECEnrs
mains
IN
IN MEN'S TAN VICI, OFFERED AT THE
LOW PRICE OF
We offer, to close out, a line of Men's Tan Vici Bals,
soft as silk, brown patent tips and kid tips. Can't be
equalled for less than $3.
S(o)g)'ir(0)M
We clcse at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Ride a Stearns and be Content
1897 Models, $37.50
1898 Models $50
Tandems $100
Bicycles.
NESTOR, new.
CALUMET new.
$28.00
25.00
CLIPPER 5.00
CLIPPER. Ladies'.. 15.00
CRAWFORD, Gents' 12.00
CRAWFORD, Gents' J0.00
TELEGRAM. Gents' 8.00
AJAX, tints' 8.00
it
Established
1878.
85 Yean Experience.
Epworth League Anniversary.
At the First M. E. church last even
insr was celebrated the ninth anni
versary of the Epworth league. Nine
years ago this society was formed by
uniting the five young people's so
cieties already in existence in
the Methodist Episcopal church.
There are now 18,650 chapters with
1,275.000 lueiuliers and 6,350 junior
chapters with 860,000 racmlicrs. The
program last evening consisted of
glimpses of the year's work given by
Misses Ilattie Henderson. Nora Frick,
Minnie Major. Jennie Taylor, Mrs. S.
E. Mattison. Mrs. F. E. Gould and S. E.
Mattison. chairmen of the different
departments of work. The Y. M. C.
A. tjuartct of Davenport, rendered
two vocal selections. 'J. A. John
son aud Miss Gertie Wilcox sang a
duet, and also Misses May Lidders
and Edna Dunsmore, who repre
sented the junior leartie. The anni
versary address was delivered by the
pastor. Rev. C. O. McCuIloch, on the
"Elements of Tower."
Headquarters for House Furnishing
Goods. Large assortment at lowest
prices.
N-drawer Spice Caliuet 40c
Pillow Sham Holder 1'Jc
Poll Pins, revolving handle Jic
Full Size Dust Pan 5c
Whisp Uroom 5c
Hard wood Tooth picks 5c
! Tea Stccpers 5c
1 2-)uart Cups 5c
1 Burner for oil stove 38c
Foot Tubs, nicely painted 33c
No. 8 Teakettle, 'niekle plated 49c
Pint Tin Cup lc
Nutmeg Grater lc
13 Boxes of Matches, in packajre. 6c
Wire Photo Holder,' the latest thing
out 30c
Large Wire Dirt Drainer 20c
Screen Doors 45c
Window Screen ". . . 25c
Hammocks, Croquet Sets, Ice Cream
freezers, tishins tackle, etc.
FLOWER DEPARTMENT Finest
Foral designs made on short order at
lowest prices. Large assortment of
potted plants of all kinds.
HYNES."
S34 Twentieth St, Rook Island.
303 West Third St., Davenport.
TELEPHONE 1363.
Ask for the Pttee Crest,
The best wheel In
the world for $35.
We are Agents for Chase Tires and We carry the largest stock of Sundries
tlx tie puoctures frei. In the city at pri es that ars right
REPAIRING WE CAN F,x ANYTHING FROM A
ncrftiniriu nutmeg to a clap of thunder.
Cgfi TZ TEhI C TFH XRI 202 EIGHTEENTH STREET.
HOW DO YOU LIKE IT?1
All This Week at ADAMS.
A Ladies' Dark Brown Kid Lace Boot, regular $3 grade for
New Toe, New Last, strictly up-to-date in every particular.
These Shoes arc skillfully made and rightly patterned on
the most modern last. You get an elegant Shoe for $2.48
by calling this week.
ADAMS' SHOES ARE Ali-,
WAYS KELIAIiLE.
ADAMS
EIGHTEENTH STREET AND
SEUJND AVENUE.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings.
Dr. Con-NsDZlitan,
40S Brady St, Daren port, low.
chronkTdis-
EASES MEN AND WOMEN
MIOICAL JOURNAL PBCE.
Haw to ct wea. How to keep
welL Cooaultauo trara t o'elook
a. m. to I v'elook p. m. 8nday
froea t a, at. to 1 p. m. TeWphoM
ECKHARTS
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
The Heighth
Of Fashion
Application For Kale ef Real EaUte.
William L. Ludolph. Attorney.
I To all persons whom It ma; concern:
notice in nereoy siren that the unaersiimf d
I Henrv Uietenhaffen. suardi&n of UwanlKel-
I men and Mary Uelmerx. minors, will make ap-
ipiicDuon 10 me coudit court 01 Kovk island
county, at A regular term thereof, to be held
At the court bonne in the citv of Rock Island.
in sata eonntv. on the CMt Monday of June.
A D. IWt. twin the tixth day thereof, for an
order and decree of said court, directing him.
a said miardian. to sell the following teal
tate belonrinc to said minor, or no much
Itneraoi aa anau neern n said court to the in-
tereat of Mid minors, situated in the county ',
of Kock Wand and .lute of Illinois, towit: '
The two-twelfth (i 12) undivided interest in
lot number KCTen 7 and nine ( ! Mock
number four 4 ! that part of ihecitTof
Rue Lslind. state of llliooi. known a and
called South Park addition, for the i.'niivrt
I aud education of satii inioorx aud for the pur
noe of invealiiur such of the Dmmdnt M
:.!S TTT ; Mrs. La Frenz, 1324 Third Ave.
i tate. or 01 oinerwne inrestmr tne name. I
HMr57SIiB"I".a4GJfi, I J8t Received nice new
Ouardian of laid Minora. I
William L. Lcdolpr, Attorney. , - I line of Sailor Hats. '
In handsome headgear may
be seen at Mrs. LaFrenz'd
Millinery store.
Experienced
Trimmers
Are emplo3-el, and an assort
ment at prices that please is
alwavs shown.
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NEW STYLES
i
Bicycle Suits! Bicycle Trousers!
Bicycle Sweaters!
BICYCLE HOSE! BICYCLE CAPS! .
A complete New Stock of swell plaids and checks; neat, plain mixtures, made with
the cuff and strap bottoms. Golf Trousers with caps to match. Sweaters with hose to
match. Largest and finest stock in the city. All new. not a last season's style. Satis
fying goods at satisfying prices.
TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STORES : :
BOCK ISLAND
DAVENPORT
AND
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