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THB ARQU8, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1G05.
Go to Eckbart's for mask.
Go to Kckbart's for cat flower.
Rubber? Try tbe best at Adam'.
M. E. concert Friday evening. Not.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blakeslev are
Just received a new lot of chrv
antbemuma at Eckbart's.
Iter. G. J. Lackey, of Onarga,
apent yesterday in tbe city.
Onlj 21 cents to bear tbe M. E.
concert Friday evening. Nor. 15.
Don't so with damp cold feet when
ton can pet good footwear at Adam'.
Dr. S. C. Plummer is attending a
meeting of tbe Loyal Legion at CM
ca?o. The court bouse building commit
tee met tbis afternoon at the conrt
Dr. (. O. Craig la recovering
slowly from bis recent illness, but is
still confined to bis bed.
Adams 4 and IS men's shoes are
beautiful fitting goods. Una trial will
convince any man of the fact.
Cars will run to Milan Sunday and
Wednesday of nest week after tbe
performance at Harper's theatre.
The Svea Male Quartet will aing at
tbe concert at the First M. K. church
Friday evening. Tickets 25 cents.
Miss . weara the Tokio,"
the groom, an industrious young
farmer, is one year her junior.
The rafter Will Davis passed
down the river this morning towing
the Bart El Molo, a tug constructed
at the Lyons boat yard. The tog is
a small screw-wheeler and will be
used about at Natchez by the Line
ban Railway Transfer company.
All members of the Ladies' Indus
trial Relief society are requested to
saeet in their rooms in No. 4 school
building, Saturday at 4 o'clock abarp
for the transaction of important bus
iness. The soliciting committee will
please report at that time the amount
of sums collected.
Charlea H. Cox went to jail in de
fault of tbe $1,000 bonds under
which he waa placed to await the
grand jury's action on tbe charge of
embezzlement against him.. Cox ad
mits taking the money, but says be
would have straightened matters if
given a few days.
The Rock Island Stove company ia
preparing to place on the market
about the first of the year a new
nickel plated steel range. This
stove will contain but very little
iron. The special machinery neces
sary for its construction is now being
placed in the shop.
Rt. Rer. John Lancaster Spaulding,
D. D., bishop of tbe Peoria diocese.
will lecture at bt. Joseph's Catholic
CHOSE A CANDIDATE.
JadK A. Am Wolfankaswr Ifoanlaatwd by I
TMtofl IViniiiitte Coavwattoa.
Rockfokd, Nov. 14. The demo,
cratic conrention .of the Sixth dis
trict of the northern grand division
of the supreme court met .here to
day. Dennis Hogan presided and
Henry S. Dixon was secretary. Every I
county in the district was repre-I
Judge A. A. Wo'.fershager. of Ster
ling, waa nominated for supreme I
Girls and Wum for Clark.
! don't want any in my office;
can't depend on them; they areal-
wave giving out when most needed,"!
said a business man. Zoa-Phora I
(Woman's Friend) cures sick and
nervoue headache and periodical trou
bles, making women strong and re
liable. Sold by T. H. Thomas and
Marshall & Fisher.
Hwtlca of Dlaaulntloa.
The Srm rf 'Wtleht Shelter baa been dtf-1
solre4 b arataal eonMtt. Tbe Srm l rncccedad I
by Wrlgot c Barbar, who will uniu all liabilities I
ana collect U oautandiog accounts.
The A Bacs, only 10c a week.
win lecture at au wosepns iwinouc i ii n II .,
church Monday evening, instead of KQlllS UESld 11D3S6f
cloth top lace, for dress occasion and
being tuo latest, she bought them of
Tho Rodman Rifles have issued In
vitations for their annual ball to be
given at Armory ball neat Tuesday
The ticket sale for the Watterson
lneture will open at CIcndenln'a drug
store in Moline Saturday morning at
Mrs. J. Titzel returned home to
(rccnvilte. Pa., today after a several
weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs.
W. M. Keck.
Contractor O. J. King is having a
high-board fence built around tbe
fmlcral building lot as required by
Tbe German Catholic fair opens
Friday night. Nov. 16, to last for 10
nights. Tho entertainments begin at
It o'clock every night.
"Easiest shoe I ever had." re
marked a lady yesterday to Adams,
tho shoe man. Moral: For comfort
able shoes call on Adams. s
Mrs. Phil Mitchell, who has been
seriously ill some weeks, is,- it is
gratilviog to note, improved, and her
rapid recovery teems assured.
The ladies of the German Lutheran
church serve buppcr tonight from 6
to H at the parish school on Twenti
eth street. A nice entertainment
Miss Helen G. Tripp's dancing
classes will give a matinee at Carse
hall Saturday afternojn to which all
friends of tbe children participating
Rip Van Winkle" pleased a large
audience at tbe theatre last evening
as presented by Maria Wellesley'a
company. "The Octoroon" will be
Tbe Davenport team comes over
to contest with tbe Rock Island T.
M. C. A. athletes tomorrow evening.
The contests will be free to ladies
Tho Franciscan aisters extend a
cordial Invitation to the public to
attend the reception and opening of
St. Anthony's hospital Tuesday
from 3 to 9 p. ru.
Mrs. Porter Skinner departed this
morning for Chicago to attend the
marriage next Wednesday of her
granddaughter. Miss Eunice Stewart,
to Dr. Jcbn Clark.
The attorneys in tbe Scbeible
Rinrk will contest in tbe circuit
eourt are still arguing on the pre
liminary law questions.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Pratt were sur
prised by a company of friends last
evening. Supper was aerved and
rirogressive cinch engaged the guests
a several hours' pleasuie.
Tbe cob tract for tha Chicago Brew
ing company's new building on Nine
teenth street was awarded this
afternoon by Manager Pells to John
Konosky, the amount being 15.672.
Take the evening Aaoca and find
out what has happened during tbe
day. Yon cannot afford to be behind
the times for 10 cents a week. Think
of it all the news every day for bait
Tbe imported hunting dog of
Harry A. Zimmerman. 722 Fifteenth
street, took one of ita customary
wandering streaks aod was located
across the river by the Davenport
The deed conveying the rolling
stock and rev) estate of the Daven
port k Rock Island Railway company
to tbe new organization known as
tbe Tri-City Railway company, was
recorded in the circuit clerk's office
Miss Lizzie Thompson, (colored) of
614 Eighth avenue, died yesterday of
consumption, aged 18 years. She
was the daughter of the late Thorn
ton Thompson. The funeral will
occur from tbe residence tomorrow
af lernoou at 2 o'clock.
Notwithstanding the extremely .in
clement weather, tbe second day of
tho flower chrysanthemum exhibition
attracted a large audience at Library
hall, Daveoport, and all who have
attended have been more than de
lighted with tLe display.
Today at Port Bvron was celebrat
ed the marriage of Maurice O'Con
Lf!l and Mlts Lenora Lamb. The
bride taught a district school in Coe
town, and is 20 years of age, while
Tuesday, as originally arranged
The lecture will be free to everyone.
The bishop will confirm a class of
160 Tueaday morning.
John Byers was granted a contin
uance until Saturday in the police
court today to answer a charge of
assault and battery preferred by John
Levey. Byers caught Levey in a
house near Twenty-second street
with his wife and there was trouble.
The circumstances have been hereto
fore alluded to in Tbe A Bars.
A novel entertainment is to be
given at the Burtis, at Davenport, on
the evening of Dec. 4, under the
direction of Miss Helen G. Tripp, of
this city, for the benefit of the
Ladies' Industrial Relief society of
Davenport. It will be a lady min
strel performance in which some of
the leading ladies of Davenport and
Rock Island will participate.
Frank W. Harris, Davenport's for
mer base ball player, will not be
banged at Freeport Nov. 29, and may
yet escape the gallows. A reprieve
bss been granted until juarcu ana
Harris is correspondingly happy and
assumes bis old-time self-assurance.
Judge Marvin went to Galesburg and
secured a supersedeas. A new trial
may be granted.
In Davenport Tuesday evening oc
curred the marriage of Louis Bender,
of this city, and Miss Mary Sunier,
the event being celebrated at the
bride's home with Rev. F. A. Luce,
of the First Methodist church, offici
ating. The groom is a conductor for
the Tri-City Railway company at
Davenport 'and an upright young
man. Mr. and Mrs. Bender will re
side at 219 Twenty-second street,
Rock Island. .
The Retail Merchants' association
of Davenport held one of its regular
meetings last evening, and the chief
subject of discussion was tho bill
posting and distributing ordinance.
Tbe association takes the stand that
the ordinance ehould be changed so
aa to allow home merchanta to send
ont advertising matter without being
subject to arrest. The president
will appoint a committee of three
members to cooperate with tbe com
mittee of the Business Men's asso
ciation in an endeavor to secure a
change of the ordinance.
Monday, Nov. 18.
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES
Burn Hard Coal, Soft
Coal, Coke or Wood, and
keeps fire for 24 hours.
IE1VESIDE COOES AND EA1T&IS
are the finest Baking
Stoves on the market.
Every one sold on a pos
Call and Examine Them.
Mc I niy re-Reck Dry Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, I1L
A Few Hints.
' Winter comes on apace, so do the Holdaya. It be.
hooves you to prepare for both, and to aid yon we
throw out a few hints here. . Plenty more in the store.
French Seal Capes $ 16.5a
A royal opportunity threw In- onr way 30 Far
Capes of extra French Seal. London Dve, tall 31
inches long and 100 sweep, big Marten Collar, Marten
. edges, handsomely satin lined, made to sell at $26.
They are priced here at $16.60, one to a customer.
Other Fur Capes.
Capea of fine far. beautifully made of prime akins.
30 inchea long, 195 sweep. Marten Collar and Edges,
yon have paid $22 for no better, here $16.
Capea of good black fur, SO inches long and 90
weep, well silk lined, $12.60.
Good Far Capea at $4.89 to $12.50.
Dress Goods Specials.
Wew piaMa. Just in 8atardav. at Tie and c
45 plmSS-infthDnM Goods In checks, rials, stripes, alitnra.
etc , bandaom. teetj of this fall's weavln; on sale this week at Kc
Have been priced mtSSc 57c and Ste.
Hosiery and Underwear.
Whether Serosa or wool, never before hare mch Talooa been ahown
at sack low arteas as we hare right now en oar sue.vo and eonnter.
Extra Low Prices.
Very heavy, long nap Canton Flaaael, 12yardfor$l.
Plump Shaker Flannel, worth 6c a yard, at 6 yards
Royal Unbleached Canton Flannel. 10 yards for 49c.
Good 9-4 Brown Sheeting, per yard, 13Jc 10 yards
to a customer.
Very heavy extra finish 4 4 Brows Muslin. 1$ yards
F1nt Imported 8axna. all color, at half Brie. Sc.
m Juu "a r ltnml au colore escopt alack, at lie,.
Beat apenlsh Tan, all color an Keek. 15c eaaHtr, Me.
Bed Cnaforta Oil week at tbe foUowinf tptclall Kaneea arte:
25c,McHc STc.Sl H.I1.SS. Si St. 7 swaae. areas.
Mood any and White blanket, per Mir. y
Kztra ha? and Sae Oottoa Blanaet, at 71c.
Pull else lu 4 hear;, half wool Gra Blank.ru at SI S3.
Prarlet Blaaketa. every thread wool, per pair, $1 asT
Floe and egfi t.- woo' Blaaketa. area borders. St St.
as ti dH1s,Bl"ke:' ' pare "
. The Fancy Qarfa Deaartatnt has ana aaafal and pretty Borrlitr
for the UoHdeye. Wlee peope will boftn to look and buy momhiZ
the aoortwnts of tbe newest thlnn as to be bad uaarkea. Taa
new tuared Linen., lnclu Jlnf Trilbra, aow la acock.
Management of Win. Wa.mlngton.
The Original Old Homestead Double
Quartette. Select Company
of 23 Players. Won-
derf ul " Electri- -' ,
Prices SI, 75c, 50c and S5c
s st aala Friday morninir. Telephone 90.
Electric cars for Brck I -land and Moline after I
1615-1617 Second Ayenne.
Is written all over the Bakery
Goods we make. They are the
best in everything pnrity, qual
ity, neatness, healthfulness and
gurtls Opera Hoist, Tbe Crown ol t&e Feast
SaaaW T1 A VTTNTDTJT I
Sunday Evening, Nov. 17.
The Originator of Maverick Brander."
The Eminent Versatile Comedian,!
In Hojfs Best Comedy,
'A Texas Steer."
Assisted by a Select Company.
MEW VOBK ... 400
BOSTON .... - 170
CHICAGO ... - 212
8AN FRaNCISCO - - 90
Seats on sale Friday morning. Te'epboir I
whether it be a wedding feast or
anniversary, Thanksgiving din
ner or any other occasion of. jol
lity and merry-making, is the
ICE CREAM AND CAKE
have it pood
Cordova, Not. 12. Ed Cool spent
a few days of last week at Freeport
Clyde Marshall arrived here Tuea
day from Fort Worth, Tex.
John Fitch, of Clinton..spent Sun,
day and Monday with friends here.
j. Iliggibis, Esq., of DeWitt, la.,
attended the funeral of J. S. Dailey.
Miss Rebecca Whitted, of Port
Byron, spent Sunday with friends at
The Ladies1 Aid society will give a Ladies' Dosgola and; Calf
"vuuuuu i uiij vautjucit at tuo iu if
A. hall Nov. 23.
D. Zimmerman visited Wednesday
with his daughter, Mra. W. J. John
ston, at Morrison.
Charles Tavenner has returned to
his home at Lanark, after a week's
visit with friends here.
Mrs. William Buchanan add
daughter, Mrs. W. Titus, of Clinton,
are visiting with friends here.
Mrs. La Cost, of the W. C. T. U.,
will lecture Wednesday evening at
tbe M. E. church on the subject of
Math, who are prepared to make
anything good in the Bakery or
Party line. We want to make
vour Wedding Cake for you.
We will guarantee it will please
you, and as for Decorating we
cannot be equalled. It will be
ao nice and good that Cupid will
want to fly away with it.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
Calling the TURN
. W hen the leaves begin to turn we always endeavor to
turn our Furniture into money. It is your turn to buy
of us, and before you turn in tonight make up your mind
to that effect. Come at once and get a good re-turn
for your money. Do not be taci-turn until the bargains
are gone, for then we shall have to turn you down.
Turn over in your mind the following:
That we Want Your Trade.
That we will make it worth your while. That what you
buy will be reliable. That we make no false promises.
J-Jandsome Chamber Suits, for
merly sold for $50. now $35.
Exquisite Parlor Suites, worth
doub e the money, $25
SIDEBOARDS the , most
tensive line ever shown
three cities, at
Men's Calf Shoes. New Toes.
Great wearers. Guaranteed.
Equal to other dealer's $3.00
shoes. Seeing is believing.
New lasts and styles. B to E
widths. Greatest values ever
offered at the price $2.48.
Needle and narrow square toe;'
KRELLt & MATH'S
Party Supply House,
1716-1718 Second At.
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN
Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street
Quality - Beauty - Finish!
Licensed to Wed.
13 Walter M. Bobbins, Rock Isl
and, Miss Nellie Parker Adams,
1 1 Maurice O'Connell, Joslin, Miss
Leona Lamb, Port Byron.
This is the day of antl-this .and
antl-that, but what people most need
nowadays is the anti-bilious medi
cine, Simmons' Liver Regulator, the
king of liver medicine, and better
than pills. I have used no other
anti-bilious remedy for six years and
know from experience that for. ladies
of a constipated habit nothing equals
it." Laura V. Craig, FJlenbury, Fla.
Art thou tn misery, ta-ocnerr men i
pray be comforted. Thy grief shall pass
away. Art toon elated? An, De not too
(ray. Temper thy joy. This, too, shall
fiara away. Paul H. flavue.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorta. .
Are the High Excellencies of the
M. & K;
That are Made Right,
And at the Right Price.
For Piano, Organ, Violin,
Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo,'
and Vocal. To advertise.;
it will give away hand
some Music Rack. Call
in and get a copy.
Cfcas. C. Taylor.
to fall and winter styles of Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes!
To which we point with special pride, as they never were more elegant and never represented
so much value for so little money. It has always paid us to deal squarely,
and it wiU pay you to deal with a square firm.
Largest and Finest Clothing Store in the county.
Until further notice our store will be open evenings till 9 p m
1729 Second Avenue-
116 to 124 Eighteenth Street