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Taa Waatkar We Hay Hat.
Snow flurries thlf afternoon, to
n(fat and probably Wednesday;
eoldet tonight. Northerly winds.
The cold wave remains over North
Dakota and northern Montana, the
zro line having receded somewhat
since yesterday morning;. At Havre,
Mont, a fall of 6 degrees has oc
curred, bnt at the other stations
where the temperature was below
zero yesterday morning, it has either
remained stationary or has risen
somewhat In the Mississippi and
Missouri valley a moderate fall has
Today's temperature 80.
F. J. WiTJL fthaanror
Shoe sale at Dolly Bros'.
Bay a home Reidj Bros.
Money to loan Beldy Bros.
Preth eggs 15 cents per dozen at
Boll butter 15 cents per pound at
Calico 2J cents a yard at Young &
Gingham checks S3 cents at Tonne
Attend the slaughter sale at Young
The last grand cake walk promises
u at access.
Fresh tomatoes 10 cents a pound
u. rion s.
Luke Hemenway is confined to his
itAMMA fc. 111
Combination knocked out at
' Cauliflower, radishes, lettuce.
onions ana celery t Long's.
D M Reynolds, of Foster, IU.,
msae i a argus a pleasant call res
ri r . .
me econa Baptist cuurcb has a
cake walk at the Bock Island rink
BriHiantine at Toon? & McCombs'
laughter file, worth 28 cents, eale
price 19 cents.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 6.50; the
Hear Rev. N. McGee Waters, of
Evsniton, at the First M. E. church
tonight. Tickets 25 cents.
' We come again for fonr days only.
Any misses1, hot's, youth' or child's
shoe for f 1.25. Dolly Bros.
The Rock Island fast mail was a
half hour late in arriving this morn
ing on account of the snow storm.
A present with each purchase of
i or over at iouug at mc combs',
commencing Wednendav moraine at
Hon. Ben T. Cable arrived last
evening, and is spending the day in
the city on his way to Si. Louis and
They can all quote low prices for
groceries, but quality of goods con
aidered, Mancker is in it with the
best of them.
The date of the cake walk, origi
nally announced for March 11, at
Harper's theatre, has been changed to
nest Saturday evening.
Fred Lnchmann was presented
with a gold watch by his friends of
the Turner society on the occasion of
his 23J birthday yesterday.
The combination has a lot of old
shop worn goods to offer. Young &
McCombs have nothing bat fresh
good at less than they ask.
Dr. Henry D. Steele, eye, ear, nose
and throat specialist. Glasses prop
erly fitted. Rosenstein block. Fifth
avenue and Fifteenth street, Moline.
It will pay you to call and see the
elegant new line of the latest de
signs and patterns in wall paper
prices quoted the lowest at William
ttchmeU & Co., 2002 Fourth avenue.
Maucker's cash store is headquar
ters for farmers He keeps tbe bst
butter and freshest eggs that come
to this market.
Everybody in the three cities who
likes to save money has been waiting
for the selling of the Mclntyre-Reck
dry goods stock. Tomorrow morn
ing will see it open.
Little Charles Doll man, only 12
years of age. reads music at sight,
known as the boy pianist, will ren
der some beautiful selections before
the cake walk Saturday night
The Columbian clnb will present
am o-aci uerman play, "Kronen and
ruann," iitioianiDu nail tonight
Twenty young people are in the cast,
and a well acted play is promised.
Moses H. Luke has been appointed
p7 wniuen oi ut aionec penueu
filches Honors World' Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Grape Gram of Tartar Powder. Free
, aa Asrjota, Alum or any other adulterant;
-j TZAU TZ3 WTmSSmMK
tiarv. He was iwnrn la -mlanlu
Let's see, isn't this the job that Billy
cr was sopposea co mto a cinch
. v. ana k. i. uaacker will re
fund the purchase price to any re
sponsible person for an empty sack
which contained Woodman choice
flour if it is not equal to any in the
Be snre to be on hand at 8:45 to
morrow morninir at Tnntiir & Me-
Vomos', when there will be a great
manv crnnria thrown tn tha nnhlta
j r - - - i "
free from their crockery department
The Rnn' hricnifn haa ancrarreil
- j - . e, e
Kev. Watpra tn trim hia untertaininir
and witty lecture, "Baked Beans and
Brown Bread." this evening; encour
age them by turning ont in force.
xicKeis zo cents.
Hon. E. W. Hurst reached home
from Chicago last night. Mrs.
Hurst will remain for the errand
opera, and will be joined by Miss
Irene Rosenfield and Miss Van Pat
ten, of Davenport.
The congregation of the African
M. E. church. Fourteenth street and
Fourth avenne, is very thankful to
the friends who so kindly assisted in
relieving the church in its recent
Ex-Senator Davis says one of
the verv best things he heard at tha
Chautauqua assembly was Waters'
Bated Beans ana Brown Bread."
Enjoy it yourself this evening at the
First M. E. church. Tickets 25
A frame house at 2713 Sixth ave
nue, occupied by Mrs. Joseph Sersig
and family, was the scene of a fire
about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The blaze had its origin among some
old clothing in a closet The furni
ture waa more or less damaged.
The ftrnanhnah ma.t mrfrat at
Twenty-seventh street and Seventh
" was yesteruay pnronasea oy
James Good and A. 8. Gelfon, who
will hereafter conduct it. Mr. Gel
fon was for some time connected
with the Columbia, and the new
firm start out with bright prospects.
rhev are working hard today.
TwentV-five oeonle are cutting tha
Mclntyre Reck dry goods stock ready
iur id Danarnpt sale tbat opens to
morrow morninir. F.tott nnauihla
arrangement is Deing made to facia.
mm nanaiing me Dig crowa mat is
snre to be on hand. Doora nrw-n at
Miss Martha Bell Williams, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams,
1?22 First avenue, died at 10:45 this
morning of consunmtion. from which
she had suffered live months. Miss
Williams was 23 Tears. 6 months and
10 days of age. The funeral will be
nja at '1 o'clock Thursday afternoon
from the residence.
About forty of tha lariv frinnria nf
j it I,",- - -. ------
nonrj isavis surprises! ner at
her home. 217 Sixteenth street, last
evening, the occasion being her
Dirthday anniversary. They brought
with them a handsome china tea set.
and the evening was delio-htfnliv
spent, refreshments being served
and general sociability indulged in.
William Schmook and Miss Grace
Iglehart were married last evening
at the residence of the bride's nar.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Iglehart,
1327 Fifth-and-a-half avenne. Rev.
C. O. McCulloch. of the First Metho
dist church, nerformed tha
monv. Fred Mirer nffiMatait
groomsman and Miss Alice Iglehart
We are having numerous innnlries
about the furniture, fixtures, shelv
ing, etc., of the Mclntyre-Reck store
To save time for all concerned, we
wish to say that everything of this
kind will be for sale as mnn as wa
have closed out the stock, but as
that must be done first, it will prob
ably be two weeks or mora hnfnra no
can deliver. McCabe Bros.
The Home Mission nirola F .
. - v.au.w v. .
rirst M. E. church para a rlo',;ri,tfr.i
test social at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Spencer E Mattlson in Dimick 1
block last evening. Tha first .
was awarded to J. D. Tavlor. and
consisted of a tea cup and saucer,
and the booby prize, a tin spoon.Mo
Miss Maud Gruell. About thirty at
tended. Dainty refreshments were
erveu ana a pleasant evening spent.
At yesterday's meeting of tbe Tri
City Ministerial association at the
rirnt Methodist church, Moline, Rev
H. C Mnrshal), of this citv. read a
paper on "The Call of tha Tni;.ii.
Century to Christendom," and Rev.
Malloy of Davenport, read another
Relation to the Inspiration of the
Scriptures " The association holds
it next meeting May 3, at Daven
port. Spring is not here yet. and y u
can't afford to let the fires go oat
this month. You will need another
ton of hard coal and a couple of tons
of soft coal. Bay th.-m of E. G.
Frazer and obtain reliable fuel. Call
up telephone 1133 and order the Ca
ble soft coal, third vein LaSalle,
Trenton Bootless, or the best Lehigh
Valley anthracite. Orders promptly
filled at lowest current prices.
Barry Wets the IVrbilon.
New York. March 2. Jimmy Barry,
the world's champion bantam boxer,
last nipht met Jack Ward, of Newark,
N. J., at the American Sporting club in
a twenty-round boxing bout at 110
pounds. Each boxer was in excellent
condition when the fight opened. Hon
ors were pretty even until the last few
rounds when Barry seemed to have the
best of it. Ward keeping; out of the way
of danger. The referee gave the decis
ion to Barry.
T Cars CM ka Oa Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
leta. All druggists refund the
money if It fails to core. 35 cent
THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. MAR
Sweet Bells Jangled Oat of Tone.
How much of woman's life happiness is
lost for lack of harmony. A hundred sweet
st for lack of harmony. A hundred sweet
elodions 4 Jf
ought to en
joy the per
ness of love
hood are mis
erable . .from
end to the
cause of some weakness
or disease of the delicate
organism of their sex.
These delicate com
plaints, which make a
jangling dissonance of so
many lives, are not bv
anv means a necessity rf wnmanlinfML
They may be overcome and completely
eradicated nnder jndicions treatment.
mere is no need of renumant examina
tions. There is no need of resorting to any
unauthorized medifw,Ti- t compounded by
an unskilled, uneduc.-.. person. Doctor
Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures the
iron oies ot tne feminine orranism nosi-
tively, completely and safely.
rot neariv vears IJr. k v. Pietr Has
been chief consulting physician of the In
valids Hotel and Surgical Institute, of
Buffalo, N.Y. He is an eminent and expert
specialist in this particular field of practice.
Any woman may write to him with tierfect
confidence, and will receive, free of charge,
souna, proieseionai aavice ana suggestion
for self-treatment bv which qq out of ioo
cases of female complaint, even of the most
obstinate kind, may be completely and per-
manenuy cureo. Address mm as aoove..
" While I was living at Eagle Rock, Botetourt
Co., Va.," writes Mrs. G. A. Connor, of AileKh
anv SDrine. Mmteomerv Co.. Va.. "a ladv
friend came to me and said: ' My daughter, seed
I vears. has rraented hemorrhages at the mvu.
and she has never had the necessary indisposi-
nuns oi ironunnuca i aavisra ner 10 eel I it.
Pierce's Favorite Prescriotion. The ladv mm.
chased one bottle and it cured her daughter.
one was wen ana nappy wnen i ic.l mere."
Constipation is the all-embracing caaa
of ill-health. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
cure it. They never gripe.
See the Store
That's what you must do to .
appreciate the variety there
is to select from. We have
hundreds of things that con
tributd to good living that
we cannot mention here.
Drop In at any time and you
may find something that
just strikes your fancy.
Here is a Small List:
Sonp Bunches, Bead Lettuce,
Parsley, Pie Plant.
Oyster Plant, Kew Beets,
Tomatoes, Green Onions,
eg Dressed Turkeys, Chickens
A ana ueese.
J Blood and Naval Oranges, ;
ortnern pie. King and Jona-
man Appies, Aiaiaga urapes.
AA to D Widths
J Tours for Good Goods,
1717 Second Avenue.
Crescents are widelv and favora
bly known as RELIARIX RT&Xn
ARD MACHINES; none can be made
superior. Ocr line is the most com
plete on the market, and their rea
sonable prices nlace them within tha
reach of the public.
Crescents are light, rigid, of the
best material, and beantifnl In h
sign and finish.
Call and examine the 1897 Models
and select your 1897 Mount
Was never esught yet
By sincere devotion or sighs.
lie upon whom her thoughts linger.
Is the man who will bring her
Tot him she thinks wise.
So do not repine,
But adopt this design.
Give your sweetheart a right royal treat.
Bring her rich
Such as KRELL A MATH sells,
And you'll have your ocquette at your
Then when she's likely to rore,
Or be pickled in love,
Bring her Ktell & Math's candy to eat.
KRELL & MATH
PARTY 8UPPLY HOUSE.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Ton want Reception Bread and Fancy
Cakes for your patty. Order them from
us. We want your trade. .
OH 2, 1CD7.
These cuts represent
our Ladies Bright
Dongola, Flex Sole,
Button or Lace Shoes
$2, $2.50 and $3
Very latest in every
particular. We have
better in quality, but
no later in style.
And be pleased.
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's eftlslency seems to
be the way It "does np" a white
shirt, thouKh there are lots of ar
ticles which require more skill ant
care. We invite you to compare a
shut or any other article laundrled
here with those done elsewhere and
place your patronage accordingly.
We do not fear the test
1724 Third Ave. Phone 121.
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Have just received a shipment of the New Spring Styles for 97 of the
This is Positively the' Most Popular Fine Hat Made.
PLAIN TALK ON A VITAL QUESTION
Th question of beer. Good betr is a tonic
It helps the system. Good beer la a blessing to mankind. The
beer we brew is good beer. Ask for "Rock Island. Our Bohe
mian in bottles for family use Is tha best in the market.
114 X7. SsrwentoenUa St.
Sporting Goods at
160 S Second Avenue.
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t a) Hi Back b:a. FIU T Barta i TTTIiwaiM.
ar u 2aa
ON A JJ
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
We make you eomforUb!e.
We put up hot water beaters la
the very best manner, and we
charge the lowest possible pries.
Wo bailors la Mas; m oUlglms;
m posstblo, boons jo. kra
friends and tfc best way ear
baslness can grow Is to bars
you tell them bow well ws do
(?) V Ji. ALL
Bennett's Glove and
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m-t dnui. u4 ul pin, uT th. o i
"""a - mm, tm qak-kir mm ut
k lMTfiMiltnrr rV aterl it at Um
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