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THE ARGU8. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1GU4.
Unci Hiram 5c cigar.
Sweet cider at W. A. Ehleb's.
Insure with Huesing ft Hoeft.
Pressed chickens at Hess Bros'.
Tears for pickling at Bancher's.
Choice can J i flower at W. A. Ehleb's.
Tears for preserving at W. A. Eh-
Bulk oysters and celery at Hess
Teaches bj the basket at Browner
Qoince anil sweet apples at W. A.
Home made dill pickles at Brown
er i o s.
Oysters, celery and cranberries at
Cauliflower. radishes and egg plant
ai urowncr & to .
The Uncle Hiram sells. Why 5c.
for sale everywhere.
Miss Claire (lilmore is confined to
her home with illness.
lettuce, cauliflower, spinach atd
ranhcs at ness tiros .
Icleware granes in two-pound
w'ifs ai . a. r.bieo s.
Msj. Ales Mackenzie returned from
M. Louis this morning.
W. W. Bowlbv and John Ohlweiler
are hunting near St. Taul.
Tokay, Delaware and Concord
grapes at Browner & Co's.
Monroe Kohn and family left
for Minneapolis last evening.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
W. W. Keck has returned from his
business trip to Sew York and Bos
ton. T. F. LaVelle, of Sommers ft La
Vellc, is in the east on a purchasing
Eugene Bares, of LaSalle, is
spending a few days in the city with
Tresiding EMcr G. J. Lnckey ar.
rived at the Harper from Gale'sburg
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Roth have
returned from Colorado. Mr. Roth
being much improved in health.
Mrs. Joseph Haskell, of Minneap
olis, daughter of Dr. C. C. Trnesdale,
arrived in the city this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Weyerhau
sor and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Davis are
home from their European trip.
Call at the Arcade cirar store and
ask for a good nickel cigar. "Its
dollars they doughnuts"1 to hand you
the Uncle Hiram.
W. K. (irch ft Sons make the Un
cle Hiram cigar. Hartz & Bahnscn
company are agents for the factory.
That's enough to guarantee its qual
ity. Fred DIkard, of Hamlet, was a
visitor in the city today. He says
the democracy inhU section will turn
cut en nia-c tomoriow at the big
rally to be held at Aledo.
Two line lectures, highly illus
trated by sterefpticon views", will be
given in the Broadway I'resbvterian
church Satnrdav and Sundav eve
nings next, by the Rev. D. E. Finks,
ff New York City.
Louis Giockhoff. proprietor of the
Arca!e cijar and billiard parlors,
generallv knows a gxd cizar when
he sees it. and nothing lcing too
good for his patron, was not long in
putting the Incle Hiram cisrar in his
stock. It will interest vou to take a
look at his I nele Hiram window.
All persons who have not sub
scribed for tickets for the next course
cf entertainments to be given by the
lecture association, should send in
their application, stating the number
of tickets wanted. Address a postal
o kock iiaai Lecture Association
or telephone No. 1237. Tickets are
f 1.50 for mx entertainments.
Rev. R. i. Tearce. who was as.
signed by the recent M. E. conference
to the Galva charge, has met with a
case similar to the unpleasantness
over mt pastorate oi tho chnrch in
this city, in that the congregation of
Galva refused to part with its pastor,
1; CL.It t ; i i ,
oiiaiitT. a iiv uiMiop oas accord
ingly stationed Uev. Tearce at Aledo
Observer Walz' meteorological
summary for the month of September
places tbe mean barometer at 80;
highest barometer 80:43 on the 25;
lowest, 2;:70 on the 7. The mean
temperature. 67; highest, 93 on the
1; lowest. 12 on the 21. There were
15 clear days; 6 partly cloudy and 9
emu'ty. rrost occurred on the 24.
and thunderstorms on the 4, 6, 7, 8.
9, 14. 15 and 22.
The bids for the construction of i
Sunday school building for the
Broadway Presbyterian church were
opened Monday evening by thebuild-
A war del Highest Honor
. MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream ot' Tartar Powder. Free
fcom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulter am.
49 YCAftS THk STANDARD,
ing committee. The contract for tht
tone, brick and iron work was
awarded to McFarlane. McConochie
ft Co.. and the carpenter work to
r i . . .
f una tuiK tw a., me (wo contracts
covering an expenditure of $12,000
while the entire improvement will
cost f to, wu.
Thomas C. Carrollo, of Port Byron.
is being tried in the county court
this afternoon as to his sanitv, before
the following jury: Dr. E. M. SaU,
Henry Davis. Henrv Bethrren, John
Shelly and W. A. Porter. Carrol la
attempted to kill his wife, who had
him arrested and brought before Jus
tice Ilobart, but the justice believing
aim meniany aerangea, baa him
taken into the connty court.
The treasury department recently
ruled that packs of cards known as
old maid." authors." and similar
games which are played with cards
other than the regular pasteboards
used in duplicate whist, euchre and
occasionally seven up and poker, are
not subject to the 2-cent dutv. Ac
cordingly some wise manufacturer
has issued an "old maid" pack. It
consists of a euchre deck, with the
addition of a card bearing the visare
of a sour looking elderly female sup
posed to be the old maid. It merely
takes the place of the joker and can
be used in tbe came or not. as the
29 E. W. Wigers to Lief Ericksen
societv, tract by metes and bounds
scj 16. 17, Iw, fl.
A. H. Arp to Louis Doerffer. tract
bv metes and bounds ae 6, 17 lw,
John Schafer to Michael Folev.
part lots 17 and IS, block 2. M.
Schnell's first add.. Rock Island, $1,-
Marv E. Downes to Carrie A. Cav-
erly, tract by metes ond bounds, swj
3t. if, 2W, 3.WU.
Orlando Child to Charles Bastian.
lot 2. block 11, Orlando Child's add..
A. H. Arp to Henry Hubetlv, lots 1
and 2. block 1, Sinnet's second add..
Kock Island. $1,000.
J. F. W. Schnitz to A. H. Arp. lots
1 and 2, LeClaire's reserve, $2.55).
II. M. Gik hrisi to M. A. Holcomb.
fart lot 3S assessor's plat 2, 13, le,
Oct. 1. Frank A. Philleo to H. C.
Connelly, lot 4. block 10, Old Town
or Kock Island, $1.
E. H. Guver, et al. to Marv G. B.
Kelso, lot 6, block 2. Guver's "second
add.. Kock Island, $1,300.
Oct. 1. Estate of William S. Bai
ley. Appraisement bill filed and ap
proved. Order authorizing execu
tors to sell fat hogs, apples and pota
toes at private sale. Order for pub
lic sale of all other personal prop
EUate of Sarah Deal. Inventory
filed and approved. Claims allowed.
i-.state oi James M. Montiomerv.
Petition for leave to sell personal
property at private sale. Petition
fcstate of John A. Bover. Order
authorizing executors to assign note
and mortgage of George Hammer
Estate of Susan A. Garnett. Proof
of notice to heirs of filing of final re
ports of settlement filed and ap
proved. Final report approved. Af
fidavit of kinship filed and order of
Estate of David Fowler. Proof of
notice to creditors. Order of sale of
personal property at public sale.
r.state oi Robert M. Johnson. Ad
ministrator's final report tiled and
order nis. approving samebyOct. 24.
and that administrator notify heirs
oy personal service.
2 Estate of Enoch E. Adams.
Continued to November term for pub
Wichita Swept by Tornado.
Wichita, Kas., Oct. 3 The northern
piirt of the city was swept by a
toniivlo. Buildings of all kinds were de
molished, unroofed. twisted out of shape,
and removed from their foundations, and
it is rnporti'd two unknown men were
killed. In all some twenty five or thirty
sultstantial buildincs. besides innumerably
barns and outhouws were demolished or
injured in a fnvater or less decree.
"Co-Ed" Going into Training.
AsxAKBOR, Mich., Oct. 8. Miss Jesse
Muck of Colorado purchased a member
ship ticket in the University of Michigan
Athletic association and announces her
intention of going into active training in
the Waterman gymnasium. She is the
first "co-ed" in the history of the institu
tion to take such action.
Foley for Hia Pin Timber.
Ss. Pacl, Oct. 3. The labors of the pine
land investigating committee continue to
bear fruit, and the school fund of the state
Is richer by 7.au0, which will bo paid by
Thomas K. Foley of Aitkin in settlement
of the suit brought against him by the
state lor pine timber said to have been un
lawfully cut and removed.
Fatal End at m Diopnte.
Moi st Vehno, Ills., Oct. 3. An un
known man with a wife and family
camped on the farm of James Scott, three
miles from here. Scott ordered the man
to leave. He refused. A quarrel and
fight; easued in which the stranger was
kiuca ami scon laiaiiy w ounded.
Examinations for Mine Managers.
SI'KIXGFIELP, 111., Oct. 3. The Illinois
board of mine managers will hold exam
inations for mine managers at Peoria Oct.
22 and Sprlngtteld Jan. 1, l&O.
That Jorfal FcoIIok
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the
use of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to
the few who have not progressed be
yond tbe old time medicines and the
cheap substitutes sometimes offered,
l. II . . i I
uu nun awcj.vu uy me weu informed.
Incnbator DM n mit tbe Many.
Xew Yon it (V a R iini-ht .n in.
fant which arrived in this world three
months before it was expected and which
was kcot in an inrnluii.-ir for lis u
dead. Its body has been lnid tieside' that
a t . . 1 a . . ...
mutiHT, wno gave up ner ine to
bring It into the world. Tbe baby's father
was Kdward Clarence Height, of 2 Mad
ison avenue. He is wealthy and has been
sued for the use of the incubator.
Mrs. J. H. La ssuca, of Smith QUn't Fafln. Sar
atoga Omntv. N. I. writes : "After my third
child was bom, I harely puned atrenftk
noiura in two year's time, so as to bo abl
n crawl about to accomplish tbe little bouse
work that I had to do, and that only bv lying"
wioth ui uiany lima
eacb day; bad sick bead
ache very often, many
pains and aches all the
time. After I bad takes
one bottle of your Fa
vorite Prescription I
could see a great chanira
in my strength and lest
sick headaches. Contin
ued taking tbe medicine
antil I had taken seven
bottles of the ' Favorlto
and one of the Goldea
Medical Discovery. 1 am
now able to do house
work for myself and
husband and two cbild-
nn .vmI niM anil M .-
t also take dressmaking, and enjoy walking a
Bile at a time, worn 1 can have the time to
do so. And I am sure it ia nil due to Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription as I know I was
failing fast tx lore I commenced to take hV'
Sold by medicine dealers everywhere.
If as. liAssisti.
Event of the
The Visit to Rock Isl
and of . . .
All will be welcome
to HARPER'S THE
ATER. People of all
affiliations and classes
should hear the polit
ical issues intell'gent
Oct. 12 the Date.
KJC YOU IS SKEDT
Want a couk
Want a partner
Want a tttoation
Want to rent rooms
Wast a vervant fr.ri
Want to ae'.l a ttta
Want to eel a bonne
Want to exchange anything
Want to veil household coods
Want to make any real eotate loan
Want to eil or trade for asyt-hlne
Want to find customer for anything
USB THKSS CXJLITMSa.
THt PaILT AROCS DELIVERED ATTOrK
aoor every evening for 10 per week.
OI SAI.K A FTRNACE; VERT CHEAP;
m lneteeniD street.
R HET-lIC1t. PLEiVKAST FURXHHED
moms, js.u rum ST-iOe
OH SAI E-TWO LARGS CiXSOX 6TOVE3
in g -od order. Apply to AK.it .
IRI. WAXTKO FOS GKNKRAL DOVSE
wora. c ail at Uencetl clore etore.
WANTED. TO BUT A SECOND HAND
heater, in a cod condition. AnrirM I. tKi.
WAITED SALESMAN. SALARY FROM
etwt; permanent piac. Brown Bros, com
pany. Xareerym -n, thiemgo, IU
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. SO ACRES OF
lan 1 In California, vineyard and orchard.
Will eell or exchsnire for c:tv or conntry p ojcrty
For pariicalare aodieaa. W.J.. care of Anm-a
TTANTEn THKEE YOOCO LADIES TO
TV dl-'r bite Fer'ert Itirr h..in. m.A
'erthe premmm we are pvir. tii. Ca'll for
SCIENCK OF THE ri.A5ETS-IT GIVES A
luieftiion. Al-o ur ls o. arc8 or Tallurt; ia bu
Idcp?. or BrTisgt. f.all or ad iresn with maud
- tuui riiiu WBQe, HOCK lPtftlKL
MRS. S. SMITH
The Chicago Alilliner,
Will open on or about
Oct. 6, a first class
In the new store now being
erccteJ especial y for her at
1805 Second Avenue, one
door west of Woltman's Jew
Wait for the Opening.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
The Place to Buy Stoves
is where you can pet a full
assortment to select from.
I keep the largest assort
ment of STOVES in the
west, and prices to suit all.
baring; now in stock three
hundred stoves of the lead
inn; grades for hard and soft
coal or wood:
1615-1617 Second Ave.
It Tickles . .
The taste with a tooth
some twarj: makes folks
long for a palate as wide
as a town lot.
Fresh, Crisp and Dainty!
Are the expressions drop,
ped about our Candy
wants a bit-e; everybody
can Lave one. Glance
your eye in our window
and see the Gnest line of
Home Made Candies ever
made in Rock Island.
Party Supply House.
1716 and 1718 Second At.
aTOystcrs served in any style.
Mc!ntyre-Reck Dry gootsgl
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Our New Store.
The hammering1 of the carpenters is subsiding,
and we began to take on a more satisfactory appear
ance. A few days and we will be new and clean
throughout, and with the elegant new stock now in
and arriving, we can truly say we will be a complete
new store from cellar to garret. It was hard labor
ous work to rebuild and to do business at the same
time, but our friends were kind and patient, and this
we appreciate beyond measure. Hut we are endeav
oring to give to the people of Rock Island and vicini
ty a Model Dry Goods Store, and we bope to le suc
cessful to the highest degree, if hard work, tireless
energy, pleasant deportment, a desire to please, along
with the very best goods at the lowest prices are
forces which will insure it.
It seems a little warm, but wool stuff is moving
Silks are a good thing and very, very cheap now.
The markets are crowded with eager buyers.
Times will be good.
The new weaves in Dress Goods are beautiful, and
This Week Dress Goods.
Now is the time for Dresa Orx4.
inf. tti tw. t .nil m n.t a.1 o r. . . . 1
O ' ..-u, r i-.t'K ( 4 ,
A lieantiful assortment at s.V i .
mixtures at 35c. Perfect French Pav. rr. 4. .
this department we can plesse vou. j-, ' '.'
complete and all new. "
Then come the pretty mixture in 5 .r,
Then are the coverts", serges. H.-tr;-vs. V
amures. Setastapols. Then our cv- ; y
my, they are lovely, and tbe pri'-e j t'!'vCt
tion. '" 1
NOVELTIES IN ALL DEPAI'.TMf
never so cheap and so good; in b'.arfc .
rhadamas. grosgrain. peads sai. and n'.l t '.
trimming silks, we can give you a j.ri-- t., T.
reached. Our buyers write us that l T
Wen so successful in getting the l',w-:
and the most desirable niwbandiw. jr
get the Ix-nvft, New linens, hosierv. -lins.
flannels, blankets, yarns.
CLOAKS Come and see os. We cin
Our tore is full. Irimfull. running u, r.! '.
gains. Come and m us: we will be ! t , .
and you will be glad you came. c
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Ishri
After October 1st our store will be open
evenings till 8 o'clock. Saturdays till 10
SPECIAL SALE OF
CURLY BIRCH ROCKERS
And Fancy Comfortable Couches.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms Of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Underselling . .
ro tlie People.
Watch the papers. Compare our prices always the lowest.
No matter what price others quote, we CAN and will DO
better. In fact, we give goods away rather than to have
our prices met.
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.