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THE ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1900.
cer. Uther prizes will te announrej
later. Call at Bennett' glove store
and hnd out about it.
The ladies of Trinity church will
Urive a 10-cent coffee at the residence
And So Abundant Prosperity Has I of Mr. De Santo, cu TwentT-third
HE IS RECOGNIZED
Attended the Accomplishment
of His Good Works.
HE USES HO TESTIMONIALS.
Because Ha Believe That No Matter
What Ha Ha Dona for Other the Onw
tloa Is What Can He Do for Ton-Dr.
Blaakaer Continue to Intercut Those
liiding in the virmsbea car or rec
ognition, on the main track of pros
perity ana success, IJr. Klankner is
ushered into the confidence of the
people by the motor force of science
and skill. No testimonials given. It
makes no difference what I do for
those who come and have experienced
the grand worlt, but what you are in
terested in is, what can I do for vou?
Dr. Blankner is in room No. IH, Rock
Island house. Vou have the privi
leire of consulting hiru. In the mat
ter of teeth, he is the acknowledged
expert, aad if you want to enjoj
KET I'.LANKN Kit, M . I) , I.
all the benelit- that can possibly be
conferred on siiuennjj humanity, con
Hult him. He positively guarantees
nothing, iiis conclusion ot vour case
is based on knowledge. -Lill and ex
perience. He is no miracle worker.
He is not marvelous. He is not won
derful only, as the people say, but all
ol his knowledge based on common
sense and a thorough understand
in; ol his profession. If vou
are .sick come and sue him. If you
have bad teeth come aud see him. If
vou are not satMiiel, you need
not plac yourself under his
cire. Come one, come all. Thi
poor as well as the rich; the i I lit
rate as well as t lie educated, c.-ui
come. It is for you to determine and
not for linn, and it is unnecessary to
nay more. Vou will bo welcome to
consult him in the Kock Island iiouse,
room No. 16, fioui 1' a tu. to p. in.
The Weather We May Have.
Uxhl Hiinw tonight, fair tou.oi row.
Severe roll wave tooitfbt.
Today's temperature, 4.
J. M. Shekiick. Observer.
J. Hamscr, optician.
Valentines at Eckhart's.
(Jolf goods at Spencer's,
Wheels cleaned at Hynes.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
Kor insurance, K. J. Burn.
For real estate, K. J. Burns.
I'atee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
Telephone 44S3. K. K. Mangold.
List your property with Keidy Bros.
Keidy Bros, will sell your property.
Chain tri idles and purses at J. Kain-
Choice building lots for sale. Kei.lv
The f anion Nethersole $ 2 50 snoe,
opposite the Harper house.
A good dairy farm can be rented on
reasonable terms by applying to E. J.
(Joing fast, the Rock Island $2.30
shoes for fl. 65. Opposite Harper
Merchants' dinner at Harms' res
taurant. Quick service. Private sup
pers a specialty.
Large assortment of valentines, val
entine card booklets, celluloid novel
ties, posters, etj.. at Eckharl's.
The teachers of Kerabie building
will have a cake sale next Saturday
at McCabe's store, the proceeds to l3
used in framing the pictures recently
piirchasel for the building.
Aid. Robert Beck, of this city,
has disposed of his property ou Sev
enth street and Fourth avenue. Mo
line, to the Iiock Island Brewing com
pany. The consideration was fa, 000
Boys and girls, large and small, cill
and get into the racyc'.e contest. A
f35 bicvele is to be fi'ven to the wia-
Food Kreoarcd W.th "Caiunut" la
Free from Rochelte) Salts. Alum,
Limo and Ammonia, calu
met' is. the tlouoowifc's
f MACE BY
I THE J
NONE SO GOOD.
street, Wednesday afternoon from
3 to 5. All are cordially invited.
Pat Crowe, a former Davenporter
has been arrested in Chicago, charged
with bein?; the promoter and princi
pal actor in the robbery of the North
western fast mail 47 miles west of
Money loaned on personal property
such as household furniture, horses.
wagons, etc., without publicity r
removal. Eastman & Co., 1712)
Second avenue. Oflice open Monday
Wednesday and Saturday nights.
Chairman H. A. J. McDonald, of
the republican city-township commit
tee. announces that the primaries for
the election of delegates to the county
The polls will be open from 1 to
Davenport, Rock Island & North
western railway homeseeker ex
cursions. Feb. 6 and 20, March
C and 20, April 3 and 17. One fare
plus $2 for the round trip. For fur
ther information call on cr write to
W. R. Jaffray. C. T. & P. aeent. 1803
Second avenue. Rock Island. Tele
The engine pu'ling the afternoon
passenger train from Clinton on the
D.. R. I. & N. W.. left the track above
Davenport yesterday. The locomotive
was boon restored to the track and
was ab'e to resume its journey, being
only slightly damaged.
Davenport. Roek Island & North
western railway homeseekers' excur
sions: beb. b and 20, March 6 and
20, April 3 and 17. One fare plus f 2
ror the round trip, tor further in
formation call on or write to W. R.
Jaffray. C. T. & P. agent, 103 Sec
ond avenue, Itock Island. lelephone
P. T. Walsh, of Davenport, has boon
awarded the contract for the making
of the improvements proposed by the
Kock island .v t'eona road in the
neighborhood of Bishop Hill, which in
clude the laying of considerable new
track and the removal of 20,000 yards
Davenport, Rock Island & North
western railway homeseekers' excur
sions: reb. b and 20, March band 20,
April 3 and 17. One fare plus $2 for
the round trip. Kor further informa
tion call on or write to W. R. JatTrav.
C. T. & P. airent, 1803 Second avenue.
Kock I-dand. Telephone 1040.
The W. R. C. is preparing for a fair
to be. held in Memorial hall reb. 15
id. ana i. triday eveninr aa en
tertainment will be given by the Syl
viau jiiartet lor which a small ad
mittanee fee of It' cents will be
charged. Saturday the ladies will
serve supper from 5:.'!0 until H p. m.
Except Fiidav evening the admit
tance will be free.
The construction of the Moline
bridge over Kock river goes on very
slowly. The loss of the false work
through the movement of the ice. uot
long ago. gave the work a hard .set-
bark aud increased the delay. How
ever the ice in Kock river iu that
vicinity is so firm that teamsarecross
ing it with loads, apparently in per
feet safety, ami the work of construe'
lion oi me oriuge is going on, with a
prospect that it may be completed by
The Blues and Whites, the basket
ball tenuiii of tne Emanon club, met
yesterday afternoon at the roller
skating rink in the tirst of a series of
games. the Whites were victorious
by a score of 11 to 6. The teatus are
made up as follows: Whites (ler-
trude Don (captain), Mildred Dodge,
Ada Durham. Paula Harms, Mvrtle
(Jilmore. Stella Kohn and Stella Mel-
choir. Blues Fav Warren (captain)
Josephine Whisler, Marian West.
I.uella Stoddard, Nellie lolsom, Amy
lhompsou and Alma Holt.
Secretary D- t. Krell. of the local
government civil servica commission.
has received notice from Washington
that hereafter applicants for the posi
tions of janitor and hremen at post-
oniees win not be required to sub
mit to educational tests or examina
tions. All that is necessary now is to
apply for application blanks to the
postal department at Washington,
till out and return the Fame, which
will be kept on tile, and the candidates
will be notified of their appointment
as vacancies occur, their fitness for
the positions to be judged by exper
ience and qualification.4. as shown cn
Alexandria. T-n.. Feb. 7. The Popu
list .-tine convention met here yester
day. After routine business a consul
tation of two from eiieh congressional
district was :iioiileil to assist in
n.nuin; a state ticket. Pending the
report of the commit let, the conven
tion adjourned until today.
Km till ti It r: Nat uralizatlun.
New York. 1-Yb. 7. The federal
fraud jury in Brooklyn yesterday j
handed up fn I'nited States .ludire
Thomas, sirtinz nt circuit. Brooklyn.
lorty-eishT indictment based on
fraudulent naturalization charges ad
vanced by uHrintfUdent of Elec
About Ten Days More of the j
Removal Shoe Sale.
We have placed on sale to clean up all small sizes of
Ladies' Black Kid Shoes, $2,50, $3 and $4 grades,
which are about cleaned out at
Also a line of Ladles Tans, good sizes, to close at
1705 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, III.
The Elixir of Life is Health
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nerroua
and Z-Kay work.
HAVE YOU GOT IT?
If not. consult the cele
brated Specialist of the
Chicago Medical Insti
tute, permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa,
WHO HAS CURED
Hundreds of Cases of
Chronic Diseases Pro
nounced Incurable by
Prompt and Permanent
DR. J. F. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicapo, e
Surgeon-ln-Chief of St.
Anthony ' hospital.
NERVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive drains. Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan
ity. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other couJl.ioa due to nervous exhaustlou
CATARRH. Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood. Kidney. Livei
and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of oaed
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why trea
months with others when we fuarantee you a permanent cure In seven days by our palate
methods. Hydrocele cure J In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
have cured many cases Riven upas hopeless, and we may bp able to cute you. Surgical
operations performed at your home if desired. Abdouitaul and brain suritery a specialty.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
The praises we have received for our remarkable sum in curing eases given up as helpless
by all has compelled us to use this means in order to give the people, as well as ttie niedlca
profession, the benetlt of our knowledt of medicine and our inimitable skill in tue art of
surgery. Remember, your family physician Is iliwavs wek ime to see us operate. We are
willing to spread our knowledge and show our skill, and we feel justiy proud of the dallv con
gratulatlons we receive from the medical profession ft the advanced medical and surglca
literature we have written.
. . . . Best of reference and credentials
Only Curable Cases Taken. yo not cu write.
Hundreds cured by mail.
Boars, t) to 13 a. m., to S and 7 to 8 p. im. Snnday 1 1 :30 In'l :ao p. m.
Oflice 1-21 West Third Street, M'Cullough Building, Davenport, la.
These are the Reasons
Why a dinner selected at
our store will be sure to
please you. The goods are
Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce,
Spinach, Oyster Plant,
Oreen Onions, Parsley,
Sweet Potatoes, Cucumbers,
Malaga W rapes. Strawberries,
Florida Oranges. Grspe Fruit.
Mexican Oranges, Naval Oranges,
liel etlowrr ApplcsJonathan Apples
Jonatbou Apples, Xanana.
Greening Apples. Wine Sap Apples
Dressed Chickens. Canned Oysters,
liressf d Ducks. Sbtfll Oysters,
Dressed Turkey9, Bulk Oysters.
1 Second Ave.
324 Twentieth Street. Eock Island.
SOS W. Third St., Davenport.
C-a4le Nontlnatnl fur lov.rnnr.
Alexandria. I.n.. I-Vb. T. C Taylor
Cadf. of IlK-r::i. was yesterday iiomi
ti:ittl fr jiowrnor by the 1 1 crwiir-Howell
f:n-tln of the Kepublieau iarty in
convention here. i:eo!uf hn were
iKItel 'oiniiie:iiIitiii the administra
tion of President McKinlev.
Klet trtl by a Cloe Vote.
Dulnth. Minn.. Feb. 7. T. W. Huso,
neptibliean. was elected mayor of Ill
lutli yesterday by the small majority of
Seven Votes over Henry Truelseu.
Iemtcrat-l'etiile's after one of the
Iivliest municipal camtaigns in the his
tory of this city.
The Ftbraary Clearing Sale.
IS'ote the Hoars for the
10 o'clock, 10:30.
11 o'clock, 11:30.
2 o'clock, 2:30.
3 o'clock, 3:30.
4:30 and 5 o'clock.
Each of These Marks a Bargain
Point Well Worth Yonr
L. S. McCABE & CO.
The month of February
month in the whole year.
is supposed to be the dullest
We propose changing the us
ual program and make it one of the liveliest of the
months Commencing Monday, Jan. 29, we will inaug
urate a grand and stupendous Reduced Price Sale. Ow
ing to the great advance in price on woolens for next falls
delivery, this sale offers rare opportunities for bargain
seekers, as the price we are quoting is almost half the
price the same qualities will be sold for next fall.
FIVE DOLLARS will enable you to make a selection from a lot of men's suits that
sold at $6.50 to $7.50. Next fall these qualities will sell from $7.50 to $10 -
EIGHT DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for a line of men's all wool suits that we
have been selling at $10 to $13.50. Next fall it will require Si 2 to $15 to dupli
cate one of these suits -
TEN DOLLARS. Here is where you can save big money. In this line are suits
worth from $13.50 to $20. It will certainly pay you to buy a supply for next year.
You will never have another opportunity like this -----
SPECIAL TEN PER CENT REDUCTION on overcoats from marked down prices
will create a Dusy num in our overcoat department, in order that you may have
a fair idea of this reduction we call attention to the beaver overcoats we are sell
ing at -
These coats are $12 values, marked $8.50 with a special 10 per cent reduction as the last call.
will have to pay almost double for thse ccats next season.
Two Big Stores.
.9 W iJrO
Two Big Stores.
1729 Second Avenue. Rock Island.
i6lkS,econd St,, Davenport.