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THE ARGUB. THUBSDYOVEMBEB 18. 1897.
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Today's hwpnHn 44.
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Bead Adams' id.
Heed Adsms' ad.
Caaoel coal et McKswa'e.
H; nes sells loaded shells,
ay e s"vae of Reidy Pro.
Mosey to Ima. Esldy Bros.
Iraes sells ihol o riles.
IsJlsae block enel at Motown'.
Lea's Little Gim It the best breom.
It 91 for lsdy's V M welt shoe
Ito ronr hatter end egjra at
Baacetr t an t aaeeey.
It tniriiltVi $1.80 shoe at
Adsas' Friday aad "starts.
I)jat matter west srticlt, erica or
flaea, S1.L will do better.
Albert Warren, of Galesbarg, was
la the elty todsy oa bailees s.
Oa'y rne mors day at tha frto rob
ber distribatloa st IMIy Bros.
Ma' trousers, said all ovsr towa
at $. aut bat II ft) at M. A K'a.
2a?y bsaas or dried pees, aarsa
qasrle far 36 Matt, at Beeeher'a.
Cloth jackets sad furs, lowast
prtees, at Etc a let A Sons', Davenport.
Children's euiu $193, .csaaot
Btatea thea for Us thsslJ. II. K.
Save aiceey ea raps, g loves, an.
derwear, at rUoater 4 Sans', Devea
Fra bfeaJ whit, graham or
rye three loavea for 10 caau at
Danes at Ueary Hsacq'a kail Sat
nrJsy events;, fifth strcst aad
Third s? so .
Baspcaders at 13 esott; natch
tbsm li yon a for lass thaa 40
sais. U. A K.
Tha Daughters of Babesia give a
dancing party at Besclia's ball to.
Dat miM trying a pair of 15 50
shoes, ladles, for 11.99, at Adams'.
Only two dijs' :.
Bs.t oa Rioard. Gild Modal, Tat
tit's Bait ft Mud S Hoar, onlj
$11) per ick at Bcher'e.
To lB.ra.lnrs oar largo Una of
ladies' $i.63 shoes, they go Friday
aa t Satrisy for 11.91. Adams.
Cloak aai Friday aad Satnrdey,
Nov. 19 and 2U only, at Llepold'e,
J17 West Second street, Davenport.
City Clerk Hulag baa Itsned a
l!reo to Ctrl' Thus to rend act a
saloon oa Twelfth street aad Eighth
A rlr of rubbers free with each
Ealr of shoes only cia mora day at
ully Bros. Hobs after 9 p. m. to
Thomas Voa Uscks will rtvaa
frsa J opeaiojf at his placs oa Twsn-it-iecoa
J street aad Foarlh arsnas
Uaderwear others s'rsrtisa at SI
seat. U. A K. aall at IS ceaU; tha
AO csat ktsil at 17 cent; 7ft eaatqaal
ices ai 44 ceo l.
Fat, fur. Tha only farriers la
tha Ihirs citVs srsT. Kiebtar A Sons,
taTSQrrrt. Fan ara sold at msaa.
M. A K. proodly claim their stock
of fancy ilianil bfooM walits as de
elded'.; tba Ccrft srersbowa In Rock
I. SQct. larpesi.
Mtaafsrtnrer's samples of cloaks.
Itt Mrles. st S eas oa tha aol
lsr. Ft! Ny and Satardsy only at Lia-
p.'l s, uaTcapcrt.
Mney to loaa ra raal astat aa
aartty. terws rt ssoatbl. aad ao da
lay. Apply to irxr-r r. ttoiai at
jMttra m Ham amca.
Tha rn eoatlaaea at Iollr Broa'.
aat raKbers will oaly ba (tvaa free
wun every pair ot shoes aatu to
morrow atjit at 9 o'clock.
600 ckts. cspes aad eblldrsn's
prBts at special sale at Liepold'a.
117 Wsst5eoad street, Daren port,
Trtdsy aad Sstardsy oaly.
Tha ladles of tha First M. TC
ehorrh wl 1 giva a ecfea Friday
aftereaoa at tha horns of lira. Sawsil
Dodga, 10S9 Third aveaaa.
A Jtoih Ilsnl frsight toala pal
Ua( IjM tha spper yards from tha
aaet lat aVht collided with two ears.
which wera derailed aad scmswhat
Urs. F. A Daraat. of Aarora. stats
la.pector of tha Ladies' Aid socisty.
8. of V.. Is la tha alty. aad lonlrht
will iospect society Mo. 8, at Ha-
Tha morolor passaozer aad frelpht
trains oa the Uock Island wara de
lated in arriyiog hsra today oa ac
count ot tha darailmaat ot a freight
Eomors of a 108481 hart wme to
Th Abocs from a aaigbborlog viU
lags loTolvlog a maa promlneot ia
the community aad. a mere girl.
Sensational darelopmanU ara looked
Tha glass workers la Rock Island
are much Interesved la tba outcome
ot today's conference at Pittaborg,
which they baliera will result in the
resuopiloo ot the glass fsctorie ia
tba gas beltBad their return to
Mesdames 3. 8. Gayer and J. R.
Kimball rare a delightful card party
ta a cumber of tboir lady trieods at
their home oa Nlaetesnth street last
evening. Saturday ereaitg tba urn
iMii ecurtt'sed a osrd party 0Z
ladies aad gentlemen.
The art eihlbitlon at tba residence
of Mrs. I. D. Wtite. on Fifth srenus
yesterday afternoon and .evening,
given by tae ladies ot Trinity caurch,
provsd a novel and successful affair.
A aambar of pictures wese sold, re
freshment were served, and many
at the patrons carried away pack
ages of Has home-made candies which
the ladies also had on sale.
Shiloh Command No. 2. Woman's
Veteran Belief Union, will give a box
social Friday aveniog, Nov. 19, ia
Memorial hall, to which the Sons ot
Teteraas, Ladies' Aid and old sol
diers aad their families and the pib.
mc generally ara coraiauy invited.
eseh lady to bring a box containing
lunch for two. A grand musical and
literary program will ba rendered.
Walter Hod rdon.csptaln of the Rock
Island High school eleven, received a
telegram from Monmouth stating thst
It would bs necessary to postpone
the game with the High school team
M that city, arranged for Saturday.
It was explained that several mem
bers oi tne atoamonta eleven were
Injured a few days ago while playing.
bat tnat tne proposed game, II agree
able to Rock Islaad, could be pulled
off in tha near future.
Mrs. J. F. Myers and Mr. and Mrs.
XT. A. Norria had an nnfortunato
accident while oat driving in Dr.
Myers' rig yesterdsy afternoon. The
horse took fright at a dog on Twelfth
street. South Rook Inland, and
started away at a lively gait, with
tha result that the occupants wore
thrown . oat and scratched and
bruised considerably, escaping
any serious injury, however. The
horse continued on and had sac
ra ded in disfiguring the rig before
5t-pleee tea set, temi-porcelaia, '
very nanasome decorauoa, a "
100-plece dinner set, plain white,
very Bear transparent 5.49
100-pieee dinner set, a bargain 7.97
A splendid 100-piece dinner set.
seml-porceiatn ware, latest .
thing out, decorated In gold:
and green tints 9.99
ICO-plece set, artistio shape, . .
a Deaaty, ricn enoogn lor tne
ft e have last opened the mcst
teaatifal lot of china ever displayed
In the city at a very low price.
Special bargains in glassware this
fltfhMt Hooora Worid-f Fair,
GoM medal. Midwinter Fair.
tavxob BiiKiB Toricn.
Taylor Ridge, Nov. 18. Mr. and
Mrs. W. O. Forgy were Rock Island
William Miller has been quite
O. L. Brnner went np to Chicago
Tuesday wtttt several carioaas 01
Miss Stella Spickler, of Andalusia.
visited with relatives in this vicinity
Dr. Eckbardt and T. B. Tapp at
tended the Court ot Honor mooting
at Andalusia Satardsy evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Ball visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
Bowes in Reynolds last Friday.
The Jones Masical faxlly has post
poned the dale of its ooocsrt, origi
tally set for Nov. 19 at Reynolds.
Mr. aed Mrs. N. A. Taylor, of
Reynolds, came over for a viit with
ner parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Jonn
A special meeting of the M. W. A
wae held Tuesday evening for the
purpose ot Initiating a new neigh
Joseph Burnett went to Rock Isl
and Saturday evening to meet bis
son-in-law, who arrived from the
Miss Annie Zaerker came over
from Reynolds Saturday evening to
visit over Sundsy with her aunt.
airs. Alfred uoode.
LaFavette Bsteman, who has been
visiting friends and relatives in this
vicinity for a month, departed Mon
t ty for his western homo.
Tt.ru Sl Falat!.
XltTO (show ilia the wed.lW nmrnti
Unclo Tom)! wanted yon to na
urm ail, war Lnrle Turn, so that yon
wai't send a duplicate. Duplicate wed
ding prcarnts are ' very annoying, yoa
Uncle Tom ITm. VThnfa this?
Niece That's papa's cheek for 30a
Isn't it lovely?
Utocle Tom Verr- I intended to amd
yon the aauie thing, but rather than
annoy yon wua a dupiieate present 1 11
bumI 100. London Answers,
a rasi m
' f I I 111!
. . A Fare aVasa Cream el
Caaoarats Canriv CathartlA.
most wonderful medical disooverj
u ago, piatsant and refreshing
cnaa aat ataiaa atii caiaiBiw mm watwTBaa
oa tha bowa'.s, cleansing the entire
system, dlspsl colds, cure headaoha,
lever, naouuv eonsupeaon ana
lousness. Pleas buy and try a
of C. C. C today: 10.
8old aad gnaraatoed
:S. fid cents.
to enre by
The soothing, bealieg effects of Dr,
Wood's Ncrway Pine Syrnp is felt aU
most tnsuntiy. iter is no other
roagh mevloine that combine so
many virtues. Sold by Marshall A
When bUiona or costive aat a Cat-
caret, eaady oathaxtla, ear gnaraa
To select your Sunday din
ner at lloss Bros. Their
stock containa a rare ast-ort- -meat
at tba best groceries
on the market, and taey are
sold at reasonable prlc-e.
There are many rsons why
you should boy the bt,
cbief arnon; wLich is that
niliisg is too good to eat
Real this list:
Spintge, Head Lettuce,
Oyster riant, Ecel'iant,
Wax Bean Kwlishs,
Soup Uunche , Cneamtwrs.
CnUbaga, Hubbard Squash.
Malaga Grspes, Catawba Grapes,
Tokay Grapes, Peacbes,
Dressed Turlteys, Chlk
eos and Ducks.
1620 Second Avenue.
h r 7T -raY- tt-.-JQ
Riverside Base Burner
THB QCEKK OF TBI PAHLOK.
The handsompst, the most powerful,
the most durable, the most economical
hard coal Stove that has ever been pro
tnced. All the latest Improvement
known are embodied In this Stove.
Examine it at
1815-1617 Second Ave.
When entering a dwelling, is the
bright fireglow from an open
grate this cold weather. Buy
the HILL BROS. UNION COAL
from our yard, and yoa will have
no fault to find from clinkers,
dirt or underweight Ton will
find that our coal lasts longer,
burns brighter, and throws out
more heat, makes less dirt and
gives better satisfaction than any
coal yoa can bny In Rock Islaad.
E. G. FRAZER
1903 Second Ave. Telephone 1133.
New tnd Second-hand
All Kinds of
THIS WEEK we call special attention to
our LADIES WELTS at
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
These shoes have merit, not contained in ordinary
shoes also fitting qualities, better than the common run ,
of shoes offered by other houses. We fit your foot and
warrant every pair AA to EE widths.
LEADERS IN SHOES.
Friday and Saturday.
Not How Cheap
But How Good
Tfcis Is the principal
KRELL & MATH
Are not all alike, though
some merchants tell you
they are. There are differ
ent grades. It's a small
thing, bnt we are carofnl
about it. It there are two
J- f i-
We always have the better
one. There ia only one orig
inal Allegretti and Krell &
Math have the agency for
his goods they are the best.
We have the Imitation goods
also at a less price, but we
advise the publio to ask and
insist on getting the origi
nal, no matter where they
get them. It you want a
reflection of sweets present
yonr wife or sweetheart with
a box of onr BON BONS or
CHOCOLATES put np in
fancy boxes. Come in and
gaze at the nice display of
Home Made Candies until
yon are candy hungry. Ev
erything fresh and very
Krell & Math's
PALACE OF SWEETS
Phone UM. . 1716 1718 Second A vease
Try onr Ronnd Loaves of
$1.98 $1.98 $1,98
Ladies' Shoes in bright Dongola, button or lace, mf dium, heavy or
welt soles. Never was such a shoe offered to the trade before. Your
opportunity has come to buy a neat, stylish and serviceable shoe at the
same price you would buy elsewhere' a cheap, clumsy; ill-fitticg shoe.
Ever pair warranted. Widths B to EE. Sizes J to 8 1-2. Try our
shoes and you will be pleased. .
ugone J. Burns
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rente.
Te old fire and time
tried coTOp-anys repre
seatsd. Rates as !ci
3 aav rrliab? e compauy
Toar Patron gi I Solicited, .
Office. 1S59, Second At.
Harper House Block.
Wall Paper Slaughter Sale
o AT THE o
SCHMEIL & ANDERSON STORE,
Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenne.
ADAMS WAIL PAPER CO.
SIEVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS ahd BUILDERS.
AH Una of earpeater
OFFICE AND SHOP
General JobWr doaeea t&ert
sas suurscBM gasxsasssi
711 TWELFTH BTBKKT.
0 No matter what article.price
or place we will do better.
! 07U n & fn i
i TWO BIGGEST STOBES i
I From $i to $5 saved on every
suit or overcoat bought of us
Raised Ned again selling better goods at lower prices
than ever or elsewhere.
Underwear that others advertise at 25c,
M. & K. price 18c; 60c qualities at 29c;
75c qualities at 45c; fl qualities at 75a.
t . i
Neckwear that others sell at 23c, M. ft K.
price 18c; 25o tor 40c rrades; 39c for the
Ha, Ha, we just go 'em all a notch better
in this as ia every other line call and
learn the Price on boys' hosier.
Men's Hosiery that others sell at lCc, M.
& K. price 5c; 13s hosiery tor 8s, 2ac hoeo
15o or 2 pair for 26c.
Men's Trousers that other dealers charge
$1 for, M. &. K. will give yoa a better
pair at $1.50; $1.95 for tha kind others
charge $2.50 for; and $1.43 for the $3 kind.
Children's Snita at $1.91, just as (rood,
every bit, as others ask $3 for; $2.95 for
suits that others ask $4 for a bis; variety
to solect from.
1729 SECOND AVE . 116 TO 120
l EIGHTEENTH 8T.. RCCK ISLAND.
Shirt Waists tnd Blouses
Until yon can' rest; decidedly the finest
and largest variety ia flannels. Bilks aad
fancy blonses la the eity the priee matt
be lower thaa yoa can buy elsewhere. '
Suspenders that others charge 40c, M. &
sell for 25o; 76c qualities at 46c
All tha swell things in boys' reefers, men's
overcoata and nobby men's suits, aad re
member It does aot matter what arttola,
prioo or place we will do better. Look
aronnd, get prices and then call at
II6 II7 W. SECOND T. KRAtMPS
OLD BTANO, DAVENPORT.
YEARS TH3 STANDARD!
1719 Second Avenue.