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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 10U4.
At the M. & K 15c.
Bate ball tomorrow.
Boy a home of Reidy Bros.
Insure with Ilnesin j & Hocft.
Presorting pears at Hens Bros'.
Fine Siberian crabs at Browner &
Y-'AZ plant and sqnash at Hess
Lima, was and preen beans at Hess
Fine pears bv the basket at Brown
er & Co.'
Teaches in half bushel baskets at
Choice celery and oysters at
Browner & Co. "
Michigan plums by the bushel at
Browner & Co.
See the Pes Moines tomorrow at
Wild plums by the peck or bushel
at Browner & Co.
T. F. Lo Velio went to Chicago last
nijjht on business.
John Lnoney came down from Ot
tawa this raortun.
Rock Islan t-Molinc club all smoke
You Can Smoke."
Cranberries, oysters and 'choice
celery at Ilcss Bro'.
Jersey and Muscatine sweet pota
toes at Browner & Co.
Dcs Moines ts. Rock Island tomor
row at Twin-City park.
Try "You Cnn Smoke," the finest
nickel cijrar ever made.
Free-stine peaches by the bnshel
basket at Brow ner & Co. "
You Can Smoke" is a straight
hand niailu Havana cigar.
Mrs. J. N. H tin toon went to Kens
wick, Iotra, this morning.
The only lucent cigar for a nickel
is the Yen Can Smoke."
(Same called at 3:3'" tomorrow
Dos Mo'.nes rs. Ruck Inland.
Tim Au srs World's fair series is in
popular demand. Preserve it.
M. Schnell went down to Pejria
this morning on a business trip.
Money r loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
Ladies, attend tlio ball game to
morrow 1Kb Moines vs. Rock Isl
and. Mrs. Gorman and danghter, of Per
ry, K'Wa, are visiting relatives in the
J. F.. (Srndy, of Chicago, is spend
ing a few days ia the city with his
Di'S Moir.es put np a fine game yes
terday. Djn't fail to bun them to
morrow. Col. F. L. Morroll returned this
morning from a 2-days' visit to his
home at Alloa.
Yardmaster McKe. of the Rock
Island, le't for Concordia, Kan., last
night on business.
Revere 9-4 brown sheeting only
ll;c a yard at Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
alteration sale No. 2.
R. J. McKce came down from Chi
cago last night to spend a tew days
wun relatives in tne city.
Tickets now on sale for the gold
medal contest at the Harper house
pnarmacv and Kingsbury s book
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Stengel. Jr., arc
the proud parents of a bouncing 10.
pound son, which arrived yesteruay
their trt tmrn.
The new fall wrappers which Mc-Intvrc-Reek
Co. are selling at .VJc
and e9c are making a rush in this
Ladies, don't fail to see the ball
game tomorrow- -15 cents for the
grand stand; no nd mission at the
gate Pes Moines vs Rock Island.
Never have the M. & K. had snch
a rush for boys' clothing. Never
have they had such a beautfful line,
and never were prices to low no,
Tonight from 7 to 8. M. & K'. will
have a splendid sale of neckwear
15 cents for a Fine new silk teck
new styles, nobby patterns but one
to a customer.
There Is evidence of the existence
of fire bngs in Pavenport. A num.
Iter of Incipient blazes have been dis
covered j'ist in time, including one
in a school house.
Tonight is M. & K's. necktie night,
from 7 to t: tomorrow evening M. &
K. will ht,ve ntio'her sale same ham
on anoth r at tide. l.ook to local
columns for M. & K. bargains.
The U. V. U. has secured Harper's
theatre for Saturday ami Monday,
Awarded Higboit Honors
Sept. 22 and 24, ahd will present Gil
bert and Sullivan's operatic success,
The Mikado," by local talent, on
The second big alteration sale at
Mclntyre-Reck Co's. made lively
tradingyesterdav. The roller towels
at 25c and Turkish towels at 19c
stirred np things generally.
The Rock Island Stove com pan v is
prepared to do all kinds of nickel
rlaling on snort notice. Via stoves
made to look as good as new. Do
not wait nntil cold weather, bntsend
your work to us at once.
A supper will be given by ladies of
Rock-Island at the residence of V.
Blanding, So. 2858 Fifth avenue, for
the benefit of St. Anthony's hospital,
Thursday evening, Sept.'lS, from 5
to o clock. All are initea to attend.
White flannels 8-4 wool 161c, all
wool 191c at Mclntire-Reck Co's. al
teration sale. In scarlet flannels
there is a hcvy twill all wool quaiitv
at 21c a yard and better grades at 24
and 27c. It will pay to buy now and
Dr. A. II. McCandless and familv.
of this city. Dr. C. R. McCandless
and wife, of Davenport, and Dr. A.
V. McCandless and family, of Chi
cago, constituted a party "which left
last night for Holtcn.'Kan.. where
the wedding of their sister Annie
will be celebrated.
Mrs. Jennie Youn"-. of Walla Walla.
Wash., is visiting her mother and
sisters in the city. She has been at
Washington, D." C, attending the
convention of Kciirhts of PMhias.
representing the Pythian sisters of
the state of Washington, in which she
holds an important oilice.
Are yon a reader of a Rock Island
daily paper? Do you know that it
pays to read your home journal?
Why the saving in a single tie,
which the M. & K. place on sale this
evening at 15 cents is more than
enough to pay a 2-wecks' subscrip.
)n. liv all means read the papers
and keep a keen eye on the M. & K.
special sales it p'ays.
M. & K's. object in havinsr special
sales from 7 to 8 is to thoroughly
advertise the opening of their store
evenings, tesides giving the public
an opportunity of seeing their bit-
stacks of new clothing which they
are now receiving. For toniirhtthev
have placed on sale a fine line of silk
neckwear fit 15 cents. Watch the
papers for tomorrow evening.
, - .
ia conclusion ci ycsteniay s coun
ty convention of the people's party
at lurnerhall, the legislative dele
gation was instructed to vote for
Iouis Jahns for representative.
though a motion to recon.-ider such
a course was afterward lost. K.
reenner, oi .woiicc, was elected a
member of the congressional com
niittec from Rock Island count v, and
rred Horn alternate.
THE PIONEERS' PICNIC.
The Tweatr-alBth Reaakm of the Old Bet-
The twenty-ninth annual reunion
of the Rock Island County Old .Set
tlers' association will occur at Pros
pect park, Moline, Thursday of this
week. The exercises are to consist
of an address bv M. J. McEnirv.
with response by John G. Osborn,
after which will occur the annual
election of officers.
In the afternoon the retiring rres-
dent, Michael Hartzell, will deliver
is valedictory address and the new
ly elected president will be formally
inaugurated. Dr. J. S. Cumminir
will deliver an oration, and Mrs.
Jnlia M. Dunn will read a poem.
The mortnary roll for the year will
oe read, atter wnich volunteer ad
dresses and reminiscences of earlv
davs will take place, the exercises to
conclude with the singing of "AuM
THE CHIEFS OF POLICE.
Ilea as of Ie:artmenta Catherine fop the
The chiefs of police of the state of
Illinois are gathering for the state
convention. Prominent among those
already in the citv are M. Brennan
general superintendent of police, Chi
cago, Laeuienant uollins, also of the
Chicago police. Chiefs H. F. Demmer,
of Aurora, J. C. Mitchell, of Lincoln,
and Robert field, of Litchfield, to
gether with W. S. Cain, of Chicago,
s:-eial oilicer of the C. & A. road. S.
A. Holland, of Otlar Rapids, publish
er of the Detective, is also here
ivinei iessicr, oi leaven port, comin"
over lodav. to participate. Todav
has been iriven over to sight seein-
etc., the chiefs going on a drive tins
afternoon and roundinsr up at the
ball park. The exercises at the the
atre were abandoned, as most of the
ofiicers have not gotten in vet. but
are expected tonight.
Tomorrow morning will tie devoted
to business; in the afternoon the
Davenport fair will be visited, and in
the evening a lunch will be served at
the lower, when the speeches to
have been made today will be de
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pun Crape Cieim of Tartar Powder. Free
Bom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
49 YEAXS THb 6TAN0A&&
Jack Kennedy, who resides with
his mother, at 518 Twentv-second
street, came home drunk this morn
ing and proceeded to break up the
furniture. The patrol was telephoned
lor and he was taken to the station,
l'ennie Ganahl. a 10-vear-old-bov
residing on Tenth street, was taken
to police headquarters on complain
of his mother oy uiiicer K van tin
morning. ISennie had been attending
No. 6 school, but owing to his ban
conduct was suspended, and hi
mother could not do anything with
him. She is endeavoring to have the
boy sent to the reform school.
The modern Beauty
Thrives on good food and sunshine
plenty of exercise in the open
air. Her form glows with health
and her face blooms with its beauty
If her system needs the cleansing
action of a laxative remedy, she uses
the gentle and pleasant liquid laxat
ivc, Syrup of rigs.
All members of the Oakdale clu
are requested to meet at the Oakdale
club rooms, fio. lbiu becond avenue
Friday evening, Sept. 11, at 7:30, for
the purpose of reorganization.
Fair weather and nearly stationary
temperature, except growing warmer
w edncsday; winds becoming south
crly. lcmperatnrc today. U.
F. J. Waxz, Observer
Tour true MrM,
Elizabeth, Harrvon Cf, Ind.
At the ace of eiffM
J"fur3 1 txvkino ufHictttl
with "Hip-Johit lis
cene." For a year I sui
f'Trd as much as it wna
possible for a human tx
luK to sufler. My phy-
siciacs told me I would
bave to wait patiently,
but my father procured
trie some of rr. Pierce'a
Golden Medical Discov-
iy ;ry, uml I found my fau
lt can ctn-Mtully say
tnt 1 br!i,-ve I owe my
hf- to ttie iise of that
i li'.VAlil) J. IIVPJI.
PIERCE S C U U E
or nostv 1 EtmrED.
A scrofulous state c.f the svsUm is the
primal onii of Hip -joint Diarase. Dr.
Jieroe's Go Jen' SI esik'al Disro very has cumi
thousands of cases of Scrofula. In Skip
Diseases, all Scrofulous Sores end Swelling
It's the only guaranteed bluod-puriUer.
RK TOC IX NEED?
Want a rv
Wa.i: a va-finr
ft a ftnatltm
nt to rent rooir."
Wal a MTVar-t c:ri
Wai-t to !"c'l a trm
Want t. a h';.i
Vv"ui to houfN.id fcwd-
w airt Toi':niny rr!e-tiiU lann
Wht t tn tn-Il or tm'.e lor r.yi.1nr
Wkat to find customer for auytbiua
WAXTET A C,OOT G1T.L FOR GESERaL
t ue work at 1C3 First aveuue.
Ort SALE CTl B AP AT J W JO'VS. 1C E
odA avenue, a cbet of Or.e cnrpnter' toi 1
FOR PALE B cycle. Wta frrtils. jr.er;iBa;ic
ce-i fmr motths. B-irCiiii for cash. A.'
FOR RSNT-A HOT".-E OF SEVEN KOOV,S
nn Fori r-first f treet. All modern improve
ments, lnqu je 1.1 4vll seventh avenue.
1ATET. TWO MEN TO POLIlIT ANli
colirct. mnt b? bustlers, mnrriei mt'D pre
fern d . Apt ly a-'tcr 5p.m. I.".1 t if Lh av.
IOST.-ON NTSETEEVTH STREET. BF
i t ween 'I w, if ta nai Sixih nvinutn.. a pa:r uf
cold rimtni d elafirs. Finder leave a: this cflic.
and receive reward.
The above is the lead
ing washer of the world.
With it the washing of a
large family can be turned
out in TWO HOURS.
It is a
VERY EASY WORKER.
Call and examine it at
1615-1617 Second Ave.
CASH. GIVEN AWAY Siao WILL EE I
warded in W cau wartl- f.r correct rei. I
Xrt onr word mix uj. bend ador- Bfd s'.ennefl J
erve lope for the mix nj to the Florence Mali- !
cine cumimny, ht. l'aol, Aiinn. 1
. . Present
The most acceptable, cheapest
and best present one that comes
within the reach of everybody
and this, of all years, fits the
pocketbook best, is a box of
KRELL & MATH'S
. . . er Chocolates
Special bargains in a fine line of
Choicest line of Candy ever
offered ia Rock Island.
We make a specialty of catering
to the wants of persons intent
- on pvicg a party or reception,
as our facilities are such that we
can furnish the finest and danti- .
est of refreshments and the most
palatable cakes and pastry. Our
brick ice cream a-itd fruit ices
cannot be equaled in the three
cities, and we pride ourselves on
the fact that we can please you.
HAVE YOt'R rjOTtOCOP!5 CA'T. IT TELT. 1
your rulini: iilart. It civea a rhuractcr !
delineation. Tells inut pa-mei-a. Iteu'tn. '
or ad iress wl'h ctRnir. It. 11. A. Eld
H Fifth a ! euc, Ucck Is aLd.
SALtSXEN EVERY tnrNTY. SALAHY
or commi.inn. No exiienerce. New tar:T
bU (lives unlimited profit. Active men a-.p.7
ruckly, tdiii? snlry Knd territory wanted
Manufacturer. Box fiftfe. Bosioa.
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Try a cup of our coffee.
MANAGER WANTED TO APPOINT SALE 1
men to s 11 the Kanid Pish Wasiur. Washed '
and d'ieR tiie riirhes n io luiniites wrlhoni wp:- '
tiiiKtue Cnuere. f 7;. a vnt end all expense.
tnT p-isition: so capital: nr hard work; etc
m:ike$lie a week. Addrts .l. Ilurrisou Jt
Co., Clerk No. 11, Columbus, Ohio.
WANT -"II AN AGENT IN ROCK ISLAND
ard all other onoeronied WrrtiorT. for eir-r
Electric Dx.r(Dao)e) plau-s, house ii'Miibfm it
siet'S. Kadahle in the dik; inil'i 1(H) prr
cent; apertB mnke J."i to $15 daiiy. Write for frv
sample witi Tonr own nume in. New Era com
pany, in, uearoorn street. CCica-o.
TSkS ?n.i-:t iroo?j xd bock. ilhrr-stM
tfl ! iff tmra rov1 crl.frr iceU Wln-o Koli
K4 pnattir' nrre. COOK HI SkUl ru. flhw,
Mc in tyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Alteration Sale Xo. 2.
The big thrones of customers and tremendous (no
cess of our Alteration Sale No. 1 last week, prove tbat
honest bargains count. :.nd that the confidence of the
buying public is wit.x us. a reputation we propose to
fully maintain.' Alteration Sale No. 2 must be even a
greater success than sale No. 1, and with this end in
view prices will be badly altered and go DOWN,
DOWN, DOW N.
The store will be boxed np for a short time this
week, while the new glass is being placed. The in
convenience will be slight; we have provided eafs and
easy access, and it will pay yon well to come in this
week. We mention some sample items below, juJe
for yourselves; the store is chuck full of bargains in
NEW FALL, WRAPPERS In pretty styles. De.
livery was to be Aug. 15, makers agree to stand 15
per cent, we knock off 15 per cent more, and you buy
the handsome New Wrappers at 30 per cent less than
usual. We call particular attention to two numbers
10 dozen black, indigo and fancy Wrappers with full
sleeves, very. nice, only 59c. 5 dozen Handsome
AV rappers with the new butterfly bretelle, a cute gar
ment at 9c, and some more splendid styles. Yon
can save a lot of money on Wrappers right here.
COTTON FLANNEL Chance has thrown in our
way another lot of that splendid 12c Cotton
It cnes while it lasts at onlv Tie.
VIGILANT INDIGO PRINTS 20 piw-. mi
could get of this well known print, at iuet per v'ard
FLANNELETTE SKIRTS 5 dcicn lia,,:
Kirrs, iun size, otc ciubuiv, zac. nicest tliin
REVERE 9-4 SHEETING In brown onlv.
price per yard ts just lZtc. Kemembcr
wide. 2 rases. 1.000 vards in the lot.
SCARLET FLANNEL All wool, hftvy twill tt 2
and 27c. This is about two-thinl the unt
WHITE FLANN EL Good weirht. thr--f ... J. "
wool, 16Jc; fine white all wool Flannel at 1'j-r. o,.
qualities at 23c and 21c, same as you u-"ui::r , :
TURKISH TOWELS 25 dozon of them, newi-v.
worth 25. 2H and S2c. we'll sell this lot at cdIt ".
Elegant for bath and general use, and th-re U oi.
out to them.
ROLLER TOWELS Full S yards long. ,,f L,Vt
crash, made and ready to bang, only 25e. Mrt-'i
alone costs more.
ALTERATION SALE NO. 2 IWt niis it.
goods constantly arriving and positively the b--t .
cheapeat stock of new and stylish Dres ;m,1. i0 j;,
Island. Just drop around and see, we'll prove stu
Reck Dry Goods Co.
anH 1711 ppnnH ?tvpnii Rrlr Iclor4
NO FAMILY CAN BE
witnout a uooa vook tove or a
liny Royal Banner stoves
Charter Oak Stove
And all jour Stove troubles
will be over.
That we furnish a house complete with Furniture, Carpets,
Curtains, Crockeryware, Lamps, Refrigerators, Stoves of all
kinds, and Housefurnishings generally.
Parlor Suits, $22, in silk tapestry.
G. O. HUCK3TAEDT
Terms of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
KNOW THY FATE MRS. TiH. GEORGE
Tprotm'.xed br the preps, mi dical fnca tv ij
m; lout mis irenc rally as the most clvbratrd inedi-
am or nnxiC.T lime. iiixr:ne ih rark vrit rf
yoer fntnre life, f hp prvea yon valunMe advir e
ami aid m a.l affair r life, cif prtvute w-H
of buslne nnturv, an f.tr tiitance. prfaicinr to
1-ove, MfttrirooTiy. Krieaehip, ruiatn, law
fcnit-, ru tested Wilis, l'iro.uc, Ifao ae (ni,
t latir.s. Collection?. etn Jdunipj-, ipe ulrttioun.
Option. Panflina IVrwiou UUaC, UlttiiK.
elc.eir. h discover lot or vron projictty.
finds bcrief trcftra-p-.prernre tictntf m
frtmie aud redone if thofe nep raNd or entran
ced, tha" nlMQ ritrirp lout hnppiLce to i
uomev. itia neeaii'ts xo my nai in ml c&
cbe vuarantwr ra iffaction. ilr revHattwn are
crtatuiT wundcrfu1. aud re acknnwledud to be
of lh birhft wdt'T. She aaviea yon with a
o r amity by a biher than hnot'i powtrae ti t. -rw
crconr to ttc parut-d in life. Herdenc i
tiuns I your frit-; ile and fwm' t art in real i if
they stood before toa. ttt:oe h"i:"fl: 9a. n. to S
p n., ftrici, dily. Lett-r with $1 tiiHwcred.
tcii4l ft tamp? for lame dfrirtive circular. 8ati
lactluu (uirantd. In't forr the Mimbr.
feltS. iK. GtRGE, liH? Third ave.
Burtis Opera House,
. Of the Regular Season
Friday Night, Tept 14.
And aa ZxccileDt Coir.panj- in Dntna'i
Price - $1.50, $t. 00. 7S and 80 cent. Hoat cale
ToraJaj momint, Sept. 11, At Fluke'a bwk
Have Received their New Fall Stock of
BOYS' and CHILDBEN'S CLOTH ING
A Most Superb Stock of Novelties in Juvenile Attire.
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.