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THE ARGUS, FBI PAY, MARCH 27. 1896.
Oyster plant at Long's.
Choice spplei at Long's.
Children's suits. M. ft K.
Buy your bicycle at McCabe's.
Confirmation salts at M. ft K's.
Spring styles now in. VI. & K.
Biittcrineat II. Tremann's Sons'.
Bicyclo sails. Sommers ft La Telle.
Katter clothing novelties. M. ft K.
Iluy smoked meats at H. Tremann's
$1.60 . Fedora hats 75 cents. The
Social at the Baptist church this
Confirmation suits. Sommers &
Plenty of cat flowers and plants at
Wild ducks, turkeys and chickens
Remember Mrs. Dimock's millin
Bulk and canned oysters at H. Tre
Dressed turkeys and chickens at 11.
See the suits lor men at $10. Som
mers ft La Vellc.
Novelties for the little folks lots
of 'em at M. ft K's.
Bicycle pants worn without a belt.
Summers & La Velle.
Mrs. limockB millinery opening
March 31 and April 1.
M. ft K's. for continuation suits
and children's novelties.
Only at M. ft K's. can ypn get
those nobby f. ft (i. shoes.
Carse ft Ohlweiler's bottled goods
are recognised as the best.
M. ft K. for children's novelties
finest assortment in the city.
Sell at sight those 2.&0 knee-pant
suits. Sommers ft La Velle.
The S. A ;. nobby tan shoes for
gentlemen at M. ft K's. only.
Kead the London ad on first page.
It will tll you how it happened.
Tun newest things in men's neck
dressing at Stewart's, the hatter.
7.37 suits S.. K. & Co.'s goods.
They're great values. The L ndon.
Iarge onion sets 6 cents, small
sets 10 cents per quart at Maucker's.
Now Is the time for a now spring
hat. Call on Stewart and get the
Green onion, bf-ets, ndihes, let
tnre. cauliflower and spinach at
Hun toon will soil good hay for the
nett sis days at SH cents per bale or
1 a ton.
A great drive four pounds of
large silver prunes for 2.' cents at
Easter millinery at Mrs. C. C.
Hodges' Tuesday, Wednesday and
Gentlemen's tan shoes If you
wear hand-mada shoes you will find
them at M. & K's.
Mothers' Friend" rhlrt waists
75 cent and $1 quality 50 cents.
Sommers & La Voile.
Don't forget the Ruth's Band en
tertainment this evening at the resi
dence of T. It. Davis.
Bay your groceries at the cash
stores of W. C. ft E. L. Maucker if
you want your money's worth.
Easter millinery opening at Mrs.
C. C. Hodjes'stnre Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday of next week.
17.37 will buy a S., K. & Co. suit
that no other bonne can match in
quality or prico. The London.
Mrs. C. C. Hodges' Faster hat and
bonnet opening Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday of next week.
Trnins were blocked on the Rock
Island bridge for a few hours today
while the drum was being turned.
7.37. 7.37, 17.37. 7.37. f7.S7.
7..V. $7.37. 7.37, 7.37, $7 .37. 7.37,
7.37. 7.37. The London. $7.37.
Mr. and Mrs. George ileiscl. of
1325 Sixth avenue, are the happy
parents of a promising 12-pound
Cirand opening of new bright mil
linery at Mrs. C. C. Hodges' Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of next
Choice sugar-cured bams 9 cents;
picnic Lams Scents, and bacon
rents per pound at II. Tremann's
We don't sell bicycles. Funny,
aint I'? But we do sell bicycle suits,
raps, hose, belts, etc. Stewart, 'be
There Is a most exquisite line of
children's novelties awaiting your
inpnion at boys' headquarters, the
A suit bought from enr stock is a
Highest Honors World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Apurj Crape Cream of Tsttsr Powder. Fret
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
.40. TEAM THE STANDARD.
guarantee that it is stylish, well-
made and price is right. Sommers at
Get yonr spring hat of Stewart, the
hatter. Yon are sure of getting the
correct style at a price to suit your
. Only four more days to get a gas
range at cost, including connections.
Call and see them at the People's
Children's soils. Lots of them.
Prices righf.. All styles. No one
can show vou such a line to select
from. The London.
W. C. Maucker can supply yon with
butter all the year round made by
some of the best butter makers in
Rock Island county.
Tax Collector William Baker says
he will close his books tomorrow
evening. Interest will be charged
thereafter on all due taxes.
George M. Matthes, the Davenport
soap manufacturer, dropped dead in
his home there today, from paralvsis
of the heart. He was 74 years old.
Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Craig have
gone to Hot Springs. Ark., for the
benefit of the doctor's health. They
expect to be away about three weeks.
Saturday Fedora hats worth 1.50
for 75 cents. Brown, black, tans
and all shades. Saturday only. The
London for hats.
Richard Callahan, of Coal Valley,
tax collector of that township, was
in the city yesterday. He made one
of the best collections that has been
made in recent years.
Rock Island lodge 35, Mystic
Workers of the World, has issued
neat invitations to a private dancing
party to be given at Knights of
Pythias hall Friday evening. April 10.
Suits we bought from K.. S. ft Co.
for 33 cents on the dollar are of in
terest to you. Hundreds to select
from. 7.37 for suits worth $12 to
15. Best value ever given. The
John D. Rogers and Miss Harriet
Murrey were pronounced one in
the county court yesterday afternoon
by Judge Lucian Adams The groom
is a Cbicagoan and his wife is a Mus
T. B. Davis and John Blako are
back from Rockford, where they at
tended a convention of the Illinois
Master Plumbers' association. Mr.
Davis was honored with a reelection
to the presidency.
The Twelfth street improvement
proceedings are still on the county
court of Whiteside county. Yester
day by agreement each side decided
to introduce 10 witnesses, and hence
a number of citizens were able to re
There will be a dime social at the
First Baptist church tonight. An
interesting nrocram of instrumental
and vocal music, readings, tableaux,
etc., will be rendered, and light re
freshments served all for 10 cents.
Henry Day, of 1302 Fourth avenue,
is prepared to mend rubber hose and
make it as good as new without the
use of couplings and at about half
the prico they would cost. Here is
a great saving on your damaged
hose. Consult him before buying
new hose. Telephone to Maucker's
A number of the Rock Island offi
cials visited the city yesterday, sev
eral of them coming to witness the
operation of the lift span at the
bridge. They were: General Su-
Sorintendent A. J. Hitt, Vice Presi
ent II. A. Parker, Division Superin
tendents C. L. Nichols and II. Fox,
and Assistant Superintendents F. M.
Con lan and A. W. Kelso.
At Gus Knglin's, the tailor, at 224
Seventeenth street, patterns for chil
dren's, boys' and youths' trousers,
coats and shirts for any size or age.
These patterns are gotten up from
proportionate measurement and will
sustain any test that may be ap
plied. Patterns are sold fo'r from 10
cents to 30 cents. Garments are
also made up in a reliable manner.
A special from Cloquet. Minn.,
brings news of much interest to lum
bermen in the three cities. The C.
N. Nelson Lumber company, of
Cloquet, has sold its interests there
and in the adjoining county for .
000,000. the buyers being the Fred
crick Weyerhauser interests. The
sale includes a sawmill with a capac
ity of 125.0 '0.000 feet annually, vast
tracts of timber and iron mines and
Sol-tii Heights. March 26. Miss
Annie Hincblerger is visiting friends
in Hampton for a few days.
William F.raig went to Port Byron
Wednesday on business.
J. Kossell has rented Frank Bur
ger's place, and moved in Wednesday.
an. i.aiim, wnose nome is in Kan
sas, visited over Sunday with rela
Mrs. William Kuschmann. who has
been away for a short time, returned
h' roe Thursday.
Misses Mary Vet-da and Ma Biwen
visited at the Ori'bans' hnie in Dav
The Review club met at the home
of Lawrence Paridon Friday evening.
A large attendance is reported.
Miss Betty Irvin and Miss Edith
Hill left Tuesday afternoon for Col
ona to visit friends at that place.
Mrs. K. Moffit. of Taylor Ridge, is
visiting at the borne of her daughter,
Mrs. H. K. Walker, for a few days.
Increasing cloudiness toaight and
possibly local light showers; partly
cloudy Saturday; warmer tonight
and Saturday; strong southerly
winds. Today's temperature 24.
F. i. Wux, Observer.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantefforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value pood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
w n ts
These vegetables are
the best the market,
affords. We have
One lot of button, needle CI "7K
toe, all solid
One lot of lace, needle toe, 1 7c
all solid 1. 10
See onr new needle lace, as O ftf
soft as a glove, new color. w.UU
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1717 Second Ave-
ALL STYLES and SIZES.
None Better Every
stove sold on a posi
tive guarantee. Call
and examine the
LARGEST AHD BEST
' stock of Stoves in
the three cities at
1615-1617 Second ATenue.
Will be worn by the chll
. dren on EASTER if yon buy
your Easter Eggs, Rabbits,
Goslins and Fancy Novelties
of KKELL ft MATH. The
most magnificent line of
Easter Novelties in the mar
ket. Everything new and
nice. Prices within the
reach of all. Let the little
folks see our display in the
. show windows.
Panorama eggs 5c np
Sugar eggs lc up
Cream eggs 3c np
Marshmallow eggs..lc each
Bird eggs 15 for lc
Crow eggs 10 for lo
Pigeon eggs 6 for lc
We have a nice line of bas
kets filled with small eggs
and rabbits suitable for the
P1RIT SDPPUES aid HILT BUHL
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Mcln tyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, HL
ANOTHER WEEK OF GREAT BARGAINS.
WHEN we have the weather to compete with it calls
forth onr every energy and compels us to offer
even greater inducements than in the past to bring von
out. That is why it will pay yon to trade here this
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS,
in piece all wool fasciae at SSc, now It.
Tery prett' ,t1' vahasn, S7Hc
s-inca fancy Metre la nave and black. Tlne c. at 49:.
at JJCW Md TerT hufcUome oilk and Wooh Combinatioua, wains 11.12,
$. ioHfMff.,?oosd b,w ood'' ,rom
8lv.rueaoo7?:,0b;Vcgo,ae,, taiwn' om of tb
43-inch silk nuisa Mohair BicUtian, value S1.75, at 91.18.
Beet Laundry Blnlng. 10c aire. Sc.
Good toilet Paper, per roll or packafre, 41.
r'-Hm-T. SUrechal. Kiel. Hotel and other 10c toilet soap,, Sc.
Twin Dreee Stay, eet So."
Bfet Se Coraet Stare. 5c
n SJiE. ne i?1im9rf 1oreo. value SSe per pair, at 5e.
WoA2-7 i r"Hered 8ll.k Hfndkerchtef S5c SOc. yonr choice. Sc.
falt&one. m.Tj'K "".rcnitfa. with d. emhroid.red
per BkiiT" Gcm"1 Kmtt;BK Vara, black and color, the 3c sise.
SPECIAL SALE OF EMBROIDERIES.
KM vSo. 17??red wortn 10 le y"d. choice Se.
SJU jarut Embroidery, wotth 5, S!4 and 8c a yard, at s4c.
PHENOMENAL ACTIVITY PREVAILED IN OUR
OLOAK DEPARTMENT last week. 1896 spring
styles were the magnet, and great as was the sell
ing we will more than meet it this week. Easter
draws near, and remember that the most desirable
styles always go first.
SO Cape of all wool cloth la blaek, t ary and tarn, value (&J6. at S j,
Wi dainty cloth Vapra, la navy and raidiual. (4 valoa. at SASM.
CkHh Cape, new atyle, cat collar, foar roar braid, ribbon triauard.
value as, at itM.
Handsome black taffeta llk Cape, silk lined, vain fT SO, at ft..
Fine ve'vet Capea, jet braided, alls lined, ribbon and lac trinuied.
value tit. at S7 SS.
Capea ot heavy black satla dotheeje, silk lined, valoa flO, at tn.it.
TS very pretty flannelette Wrapper, wide fait kin. Boa lam
tor 3- BoTaI cotton and do Bet Flannel, while they lac t, 10 yard
New Shirting Print, the Se anility, Se.
8W yrds heavy unbleached Muslin, worth ttc at n verd for SOc
1,80J pound but carpet warp, wjrui SSc a poaad,ai lTtac.
The newest and most proper Neckwear to be
found here of course. - New Linen Grass Cloth Shoul
der Collars; handsomely embroidered, elegant Lace
Collars, newest Swiss and embroidered effects in Col
lars; dainty combinations of Lace and Ribbon, all on
display and for sale this week at very low prices.
That's what the grand display at our store does to
people who buy before they see our line. Carpets,
carpets, rolls and rolls of them, beautiful patterns,
and Mattings and Rugs in endless array. They are
beauties; no mistake you'll say, too, when you see
them They won't be here all summer. The price
we have put on them
WILL MAKE THEM GO . .
So get in on the ground floor and get a good selec
tion. We never tire tellinp about this summer's line.
We want you to bear in mind that you will never miss
it to pay us a visit. You know we carry everything in
our line. We haven't the time to give details. Come
and see for yourself. Parlor Furniture new and
unique. Novelties in every line. The biggest, best
and fairest in prices.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second' avenue.
Tis An Ill-Wind That Blows Nobody Some Good.'
Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co. DOLLARS for 50c
The firm of Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co., corner Market and Adams streets,
Chicago, manufacturers of Men's Fine Clothing, busted a few weeks ago.
. & K. .
Were on hand and bought the cream of this New Spring Stock at about half
price. Already have these goods been received and await your inspection.
Every garment is a Union-Tailor-Made, which insures perfection in fit as well
as trimming and workmanship. You'll be surprised to see the Fine Suits we
are selling for a mere trivial.
i AW AT
Under ordinary circumstances we could not begin to buv the raw material at
the price we are selling these suits complete. Thus it is an ill-wind that blows
nobody some good. 'Twas an ill-wind for K:, S. & Co,, but our customers
are getting the good.