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Only four more days remain for
70a to avail yourself of the oppor
tunity to get a piano or an organ at
the lowest wholesale cost, and on
easy payments at that. If yen can
pare (7 to f 10 per month, which is
just about one-half the usual rent of
a piano, put f 16 to $25 in your in.
aide pocket and come to the store,
1609 Second avenue, Rock Island,
and let as fix you out with a piano
at a price and on terms that you will
never be able to duplicate.
Saturday is the last day of this
great sale, and there will not be an
instrument left of these fine pianos,
that retail everywhere for 1325 to
1400, but whicti are going at this
sale for $137. $147. $168 to $197.
$15 to $25 cash, $7 to $10 per
month buys them.
Will you miss this opportunity?
Will you argue yourself out of a good
thing? "There is a time in the ,
etc.. which leads to low prices and
easy terms on pianos; this is your
time, and we doubt if it will ever
Come and get a piano while it is
yet time ta save about half the usual
retail price. D. Kot Bowlbt,
I (09 Second avenue. Bock Island.
Onprall v fair : warmer tnntoht aiwl
I The weather is rloudy in Kansas,
' uiianoma ana Texas; oisewnere It Is
j generally clear. L'ght rain has
, fallen in New Mexico and western
Today's temperature 64.
F. J. Waxz, Observer.
Hynes sells bicycles.
Drs. S.lvis & Smith, dentists.
Waverly bicycles $40. Hynes.
Soap sale tomorrow at Beecher's.
11. B. Sallow is visiting in the
Choice potatoes 153 par bushel at
Chief Clerk B. C. Willerton, of the
Harper, is quite ill.
Mrs. F. H. Plummer is ill- from
Miss Jennie Ranson has accepted a
position at the Economy.
Trof. W. G. Mixter returns home
to New Haven, Conn., tonight.
Miss Mildred Owens, who has been
dangerously ill, is reported improv
ing. Nice cranberries, 5 cents a quart;
pure lard, 5 cents a pound, at lseech
er's. Clarence Eddy, the concert organ
ist, Thursday 'evening at M. E.
There will be a membership con
test at the Y. M. C. A. next Monday
A red hot special from the Fair
store, Davenport, on page five. Bead
The school ma'ams came and went,
bat "Happy Bill" has come to stay.
Go try one.
They have just arrived in town,
your dealer has them, "Happy Bill;"
call for one.
Memorial hall in the new conrt
house will be dedicated tonight by
the old soldiers.
Trinity Improvement Guild will
meet at the rectory tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock. "
Satellite his enough wall paper to
piper the whole town. See the big
stock oeioreyon buy.
'Happy Bill" 5 cent cigar makes
every bud v bappv who smokes. Ask
your dealer for them.
Santa Claus soap. Anti-washboard
or Detersive soap, only S cents a bar
tomorrow at ueecber's.
C. L. Nichols, superintendent of
tne Illinois division of the Kock Isl
and, was in town today.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Hollowbush
pleasantly entertained at progres.
'ive eurhro lt evening.
Ladies' bicvele shoes, knee boots
Ono line just received in B, C and D
widtbs; very swell, at $3.50.
All good things comes to him who
waits; "Happy Bill" has come to
sn pply that long felt want. Get one.
Ladies desiring the very latest
novelty importation in millinery
can on uyrnes no., second avenue.
There is no chance in the condi
tloo of William Miedke, injured at
toe Kock Jsiana now works, jester
The Byrnes & Co. hats are casilv
distinguished in a crowd by their
superior elegance. Call early and
Msbest Honor World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A, pun Grape Oeam of Tartar Powder. . Free
mom Aenooma, Alum or any outer adulterant?
itRLTZAirrm tr amdubk.
place your orders while the stock is
One hundred doses one dollar is
peculiar to and true only of Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It is economy to buy
Taw, the great soprano, is to give
one of her matchless musical enter
tainments at the Burtis tomorrow
The remains of William W. Brad,
ford, 824 Forth-second street, were
shipped so Reynolds this morning
Some say, some don't say; what
do you say? But we say that "Hap
py Bill" is the best 6 cent cigar in
the market today.
Ne still have a few of those $1 25
shoes for ladies in lace and button, to
close. They still go at $1.25 (all
solid). The Boston.
An insane man jumped from pas
senger train 12, west bound, of the
Rock Island, at Atkinson today, and
was instantly killed.
The Rock Island's No. 12 passen
ger, due here at 4:40 a. m., came in
several hours late today on account
of the washout at Trenton.
Misses' shoes, $1; boys' shoes,
$1.15; youth's shoes, 85 cents; child'
shoes, 85 cents, childs shoes, 50
cents; infants' shoes, 19 cents, at
The subscriptions for the tri-citv
country club near the tower, a do
tailed account of which appeared in
The Argus some time ago, have been
Dan S. McLeod. while training fnr
his forthcoming match with Farmer
Burns at Chicago Sunday, received
a punch in the eye which will disable
him for a few days.
Ladies, for a crood investment trv
our $.1.88 line nf Sua ahnna fn.w
toes), C, D and E widths (every pair
warrantee: ueat any line in
town. The Boston.
The five long trains of double cars
nsed for transporting Ringling Bros.'
world's greatest shows from city to
city, have a ileor space of over 130
ordinary railway cars.
Judge Mock, of Cambridge, will
open the May term of the Rock Isl
and county court next Monday in the
absence of Judge Adams, who is off
on a health seeking tour.
Don't fail to hear Clarence Eddy.
America's greatest organist, at the
Methodist church, Thursday even
ing. Tickets and seats reserved a.
Harper house drug store.
Miss Frances Carey, of Chicago.
who sings in the eacred concert at
St. Joseph's church next Sunday
evening, arrived this morning, and
win visit witn Kock Island friends.
Special our $2.13 line of ladies'
flexible, tackless shoes, lace and but
ton, equal, and in most cases beat.
any f z.oo shoe In the city for Btvle
and wearing qualities. The Boston.
Slater & Martin's "Uncle. Tom's
Cabin" company appears at Harper's
theatre this evening. The company
comes bearing the strongest com.
menaation irom wherever it has ap
peared. It costs over $7,400 a day to oper-
ato Singling Bros.' enormous exhibi
tion, ints is, in itself, a proof of
the immensity of the institution.
which is to be seen at Davenport
Thursday of this week.
The Davenport Democrat says that
Marcus Johnson, of St. Paul, is in
tbo three cities with Frank P. Blair,
the bridge promoter. It is honed
this will not meet with a hasty de
nial on tne part oi Mr. Blair.
U. A. Parker, assistant to the pres.
ident. W. II. Truesdale, genoralman.
ager, and A. J. Hitt, general super,
intendent, of the Rock Island, passed
through at 3:05 this morning in the
private car 6 'JO for Vca Moines.
A re nor t to the effect that Mra.
Jessie Listen, a former Rock Island
teacher, was married and had left
school is found to be unfounded.
She is still teaching in Des Moines
and has been reelected for next year.
Use your eyes, investigate the
statements of other dealers, rind out
for yourselves just what there is in
tbem. Then compare George Sut-
ciiHd s goods, learn bis prices; he
does not fear the result. The ver
diet will be that Sutcliffe will furnish
you with wall paper.
J. P. B. Schultz, of Arvada, Colo..
writes Mayor Knox asking in forma
tioa concerning the whereabouts of
Miss Nora Belle Price, who he says
has an aunt and an uncle residing
bore. me names oi tee latter are
not given, but Mr. Schultz states
that he has news of great importance
to Miss Price.
Clarence Eddy, who has been con'
certizing in Europe the past two
years and who leaves the last of May
to make his home in London hereaf
ter, will favor our people on Thurs'
day evening with a grand organ con
cert in the First Methodist church.
Reserve your seats, at the Harper
nouse arug store, ir.
The appreciation it the people is
plainly shown by the fact that so
many people visit our store to look
over our well selected stock of wall
paper. We respeotfully invite
those who haven't bad the opportun
tnnity before to call and see our en
tirely new and beautiful designs.
oenmeu, Auooe & Anderson.
Out m Cold tm oh Das-
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All drurcista refnad the
money it it fails to enre. 25 cents.
It yon have, von rjrobahlv need
reliab e medicine like Folev'a Rnnn
and Tar to heal your lunga and stop
tne racaing cough incidental to this
disease. Sold by M. F. B abase n.
THE ABGUa, TUESDAY. APBJLL 27, 1897.
There are bandit
aowadaya as well
as ta the daT of
I old. Business men
have to meet what
are known a
IT business - bandits.
iney may not
with knife and
pistol, bnt they re
sort to all manner
of dishonest busi
ness methods, and
the honest business man must be brave,
strong and steady if he would meet and
overcome them. The modem business man
needs above all other qualifications good
health. Without pood health, he may be
naturally shrewd, bright and capable, but ha
will eventually fail. It takes a keen brain
and steady nerves to be successful. Impure
Diooa win Detog tne brightest Dram and
shake the steadiest nerves.
The greatest known blood -maker and
purifier is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis.
covery. It corrects all disorders of the di
gestion, tones the liver, makes the appetite
keen and assimilation perfect. Consequent
ly the blood is plentifully supplied with
the elements of nutrition and the body is
properly nounsnen. it cures o per cent,
of all cases of consumption. All good
aruggists sell it.
N. Gaddis, Esq... of No. 313 9. J. Street, Tacoma,
Washington, writes : I was taken ill in Feb
ruary, 192, with headache and pain in my back.
1 called in a doctor and he came three times.
He said I was bilious, but I kept getting worse.
I took a couch so that I could only sleeu when
propped up in bed. My lungs hurt me and I got
so poor that I was just skin and bone. X thought
I was goini to die. I tried a bottle of Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and it did me
so much good that I tried another one and it
made me strong ana wen. it saved my me.
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser. A large book of 1,008 pages over
too illustrations. Every woman shonld
have it. It is full of the information that
women should possess. The best medical
book ever published. It saves doctor's bills
worry of mind, and. more than all. davs.
weeks and months of sickness in every
household where it finds a place. Whoever
wants a copy of this book in strong paper
covers may obtain it aDsoiutely free by
sending 21 one-cent stamps to pay merely
the cost of mailing to World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. If a
binding of cloth is preferred, send 10 cents
extra 31 cents in all.
Are not aUays obtained un
less you are a customer of
Hess Bros. They make it a
point to have the best in the
market, and that means a
Read this Week's List.
Bead Lettuce, Sew Beets, Pen,
I Eg Piatt.
E ting Apples.
Dressed Chickens, Du$ks and I
! Chocolate Shoes,
Lace and Button,
Chocolate Vici, all Kid,
1717 Second Avenue.
ill Me Easy
BT THE USE OF THE
It costs more than common
Washing Machines. It ia
worth more, because it works
easier, faster and does the
work better than any other
1615-1617 - SECOND AVENUE
When out for a promenade this
fine weather is a draught from
Fountain, flavored with any choice
syrup you wish for. Oar soda and
mineral waters are not only refresh
ing but tonic and soothing. Our
Ice Cream Soda
Is a downright luxury, and fit for
"A Dainty Dish to Set Before the
King;" and on cooling
We take the lead.
Krell & Math
'Phone 1156. No. 1716-1718 Sec
A I I Ml 111
1 mere are unecKs, mm
Neat, dark, plain mixtures, the trim
ming and workmanship for which
our Clothing is noted. In the
we have placed them on sale at
Is the Price This
For a fine Vki tod Ladies'
Lace or button, in the
New Coin Toe.
These goods are new and
made to our order, and
every pair is guaranteed.
Theie are not the stiff,
machine made goods that
you read about, but are
tackless and flexible as a
hand-turned shoe. Would
be competitors will charge
you $2.20 for their old
style, st'ff, machine made
goods and cannot be com
pared in quality of goods
or the fine fitting of our
Is the Price this
Clock Cleaiiii Tie
Is here and you will want
that timepiece cleaned and
put in shape so that yon can
be more punctual during the
coming year. Oar facilities
for handling this work are
the best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fail.
Clocks Galled for and Dalivered
All you need to do is drop
us a postal and your clock
will be called for and re
turned to you in good order.
Woltan, Ik Jeweler.
1805 Second Ave
lv 7i 1 1
Don't Let the War Deceive You
- And don't 'think for an instance that there is any shoe factory oa
earth going to do business for FUN. One word to the wise b raffl
CenL In the first place the alioe factory was never able, nor ever
made a ladies' shoe which cost them SS.60 to make, or anywhere
near that rice, and when yon pay S3. 30 for a pair of shoeayo are
not getting them for FUN. Call at the FOUBTH AVENUE
811 ST OK I and see their handsome tine of
Mahogany, Tans and Black. Lace or Button.
In McKay sewtd or hand-turned shoes, on the latest toe and lasts,
FOR ONLY $2.00;
For the Next Fourteen Days.
That's less than S3. 20, and It will be more FUN in it for you toeave
20c on a pair, and get a tetter shoe. Donl bay shoes tor FUN
Buy them for durability, comfort and style, which you can ret far
$3.00 for the nest Uo weeks at the 8
Fourth Ave. Shoe Store
INSURE YOUR PEACE OF MIND,
Tour safety and your comfort by haying a hot water
boiler that will cause no trouble, no additional expense and bo
worry. We have them. We will guarantee every piece of work
that we do to include the best materials that can be bought with
yonr money, our money cr an j body's money. Our charges are no
more than you wouid have to pay for second class work.
THERE IS A BARREL OF
HEALTH AND STRENGTH
In every barrel of beer we brew. Modern appliances,
the finest material, expert workmen and oar study of the tastes of
the people are the secrets of oar success ia making oar lager so
popular. On draught at every first class place, and in bottles for
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
$4.90, $6.90; $7.35
1501 Fourth Avenue. X