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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1898.
The Weather We Ms 7 Have
Fair tonight and Saturday.
Today's temperature 74.
J M SHKixa, Observer.
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Michigan peaches at Long's.
Roasers in trousers. M. & K.
Choice eating apples at Long's.
Attend the removal sale. Bennett.
'93 Waverly bicycles $35 at Hynes'.
Summers & Co. for furnace repair
ing 'Stylish hats. Sominers & La
Spring chickens and celery at
$ 1.50 to Peoria and return Sunday,
La Mascot" at the Watch Tower
Men's suits. Kead our ad. The
Collarettes at the removal sale at
For reliable fire insurance call on
. J. Burns
Shoe sale this evening at Beecher's
cheap cash store.
Summers & Co. have exiwrieneed
Don't miss the excursion to Peoria
Sunday, Aug. 14.
Free dance at Henry Hancq's hall
Have Summers & Co. clean and re
pair your furnace.
(treat reduction on all furs at Ben
nett's removal sale.
New clothing for men, fall effects.
Summers & La Velle.
Fresh eggs 10 cents adoen this
evening at Bcecher's.
Soldier caps, all colors, 12 cents.
Summers & La Velle.
Straw hats, worth up to $1, 25
cents. The London-
The pretty little comic opera "Mas
cot" at the Tower toni'rht.
Boys' military caps, all kinds, 12
cents. Sommers & Ii Velle.
A new supply of Ideal cigars arrived
All druggists sell them.
Saturday and Mondav. Solid silver
thimbles 15 cents. Aiso letter open
era. pearl blades and solid silver
handles, they are beauties, at 10, 15
and 20 cents.
We bumped the manufactnrer'9
head unmercifully on a lot of pants
The only way we can keep from leing
conscience-stricken is to sell them as
low as we boujht them. We're doinsr
Call in. The London.
The prettv opera "Mascot," will be
sun;; tonijjht at the Watch Tower
theatre by the Marie Belle company
This organization's performances have
ijen a decided succsss and its jopu
laritv suems to grow a the length of
its stay increases.
Never in all vour born davs have
you had such quality, workmanshii
and trimminr as M. & K. are offering
in their special $3.50 and 3.90 suits
1 nf v are, fcv lar, superior to anv 01
the so-called, $10 bargains. Satisfy
vourself bv comparing.
In a letter to Hon. E. W. Hurst.
written in Paris. Hon. Ben T. Cable
states that in Tiew of the fact that
Mrs. Cable aud the children have con
eluded to remain abroad tne coming
winter, he will defer his own return to
Bock Island until the 1st of October.
Alotit 30 ladies and gentlemen of
the B. B. T's. spent yesterday at
Carlsbad cottage, near Cordova, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mosen-
fclder. During the afternoon the
partv was delightfully entertained bv
Nokomis, a direct descendant of th
Indian chief. Black Hawk.
The plat the Poddie Boss coh-
cert, to be given at the Davenport
saengerfest building, next Wed
nesday ni;ht, is now at the
Harper house pharmacy, where seats
may be reserved, and will remain
there until next Monday evening
The music-loving people of the three
cities are delighted with the opportu
nity that is to Ims alTorded to again
hear Davenjort's wonderful vocalist.
For today and tomorrow's 'sale of
ladies' chocolate cloth top. lace shoes.
worth $1.75, sale price $1.14; ladies'
chocolate vesting top, lace shoes,
worth $2.25 and $2.50, sale price
$1.59; ladies' chocolate vesting top,
lace fehoes, worth $3, sale price $2.09;
ladies' chocolate, all leather, lace
shoes, worth $1.50, sale price 99
ladies' chocolate, all leather.
' I laee hre. wnrtli il..i. tirice
Ladies' shoe sale at the Fourth ave- i.u; ladies' chocolate, all leather,
nue shoe store today and Saturday. jai.e she9f wrth $2.50, sale price
Why do so many people smoke Ideal ' $1.59 at the Fourth avenue shoe
cigars? Because they are thebest. store, 1501 Fourth avenue.
See CJlon Oak Park in all its beauty. One hundred and sixty of the priu
Kicursion via B. I. & P. next Sunday, cipal cities of the east and west were
Pleasant time to make a trip to ' visited by Buffalo Bill's Wild West
Peoria. No dust, thanks to reeent ! and Congress of Bouh Riders of the
the season to
; 14, via K. I. &
Sweet milk, cream,
ice cream at 111 and
11 1 re-t.
First excursion of
Peoria and return, Au
P. railway. t
Buy your pants of us
easy. Pants worth $2
Jreat reductions 011 all goods at
Bennett's removal sale. Everybody
M. & K., the trouser rousers. are
offering some rousing specials in $3.50
ami $.90 men's suits.
Silver is all right when you can get
$1 worth for 63 cents. Silver shirts
World last year. Not once did it fail
to arrive on time, and Col. Cody
(Buffalo Bill) took part in every ex
hibition, as he will do when it comes
to Davenport next" Monday. The
New York Press says of the last exhi
bition in that city: "A dramatic fea
ture of the performance, though no
ticed by comparatively few, was
enacted in (Jen. Miles' lox when Buf
falo Bill made his entrance. Buffalo
Bill was riding the horse that Gen.
Miles rode in his last campaign
against the Indians. He gave it to
Mr. Cody when he was promoted to
le major general. As Buffalo Bill
rode toward (Jen. Miles' box the
general rose from his seal and waived
a salute to horse and ridtr. "
63 cents. The Ixndon.
. . - Olven a I'd me.
, , ' , 1 f . ,, 1 - I Bev. J. H. Caunon, formerly assist
erty ad lot for safe in all parts of g j8eph' church, who was
the city by L. J. Burns. , recenv assifr,Jed to a ,.har;e at
The Bock Island Peoria has ar- : son CTitv. shortly after his departure
ranged for one of its popular excur- I wa, handsomely rememlered by the
ions to Peoria next Sunday. Mylva of the Bock Island parish, and
A very special purchase and a very he makes acknowledgement in the fol
pccial sale. Men's pants, worth ; lowing:
$3.50. now $2. The London. I (iibson City, Aug. 11. Words are
The colored folks of Bock Island inadequate to express my feelings of
and Davenport will hold an etnancipa- surprise and thankfulness to those
tion picnic at IIuler's garden. Sept. 21. ladies of St. Joseph's parish who re
()f course M. & K. have suits at a niemUivd me so kindly and substan
less price, but those $.50 and $.() 1,11,1 . not the puree in self I
suits U-at anvthin-r vou ever saw at npprecirtte so much as the d.spos. ion
vuicu prouipicti you 10 seuu it. lie
names I will keep as a treasured
pants, wort h $5, they arc yours for $:?. ,,v a Iemeiubrance at 'the altar. Be-
1 ne jonuon. si-ectfullv. Rkv. J. H. Cannon
The Epworth league of the f"..t
Lawn Swing. Easy
1615-1617 Second Avenue,
TAN - SHOE - SALEM
Ladies' Tans, have been $3.00, jjQ
have been $3.50,
Ladies' Tans, have been $4.00,
Ladies' Tans, have been $2.50,
have been $2.25,
Chrld-a Tan Shoe.
SJ to 11
spring heel.,. -
Misses' Tan Shoe,
lli to 2
We close at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
FOR THE FINEST
Fruit and TpfretaMr always
go to 1IKSS BKOS'. They
hare m nice anortment. Read
Head Lettuce, Caulillower,
California ami (Icorgia
Watermelons on ice.
Dressed Spring Chickens
16S0 (fecal At.
rassimere aud worsted
M. t.. clinrcn will hold a bus-ness
meeting tonight at7:30 in the Suiid.-tv
Monarch shirts are alout gne. but
tlon't mind that; we have a lot of
silver shirts we are selling at the
same price. 63 cents. The Indon.
There's nothing along Second ave
nue at $10 to compare with the suits
M. A K. are selling at $3.50 and $S.9U
comparison tells the tale. M. & K.
The greatest bargains ever offered
in ladies' shoes today and Saturday.
Sale on ladies shoes at the Fourth
avenue shoe store. 1501 Fourth avenue.
They are not worth $18 nor $15. but
are the best values ever offered in this
vicinity at $3.50 and $.90. We mean
the men's suits M. & K. are advertis
ing. Better quality, better made, better
trimmed than any you can find in the
city at $10 are the suits M. & K. have
tdaced on sale in their two stores at
.50 and $3.90.
Another shipment of sky high
Crescent bicycles, fresh from the fac
tory arrived at David Don's this
morning. See the Nos. 9 and 10.
at $35. They are elegant.
Argsinients on the motion of the
plaintiff for a new trial of the Lycom
ing Bnbler company vs. Wright &
Barber case were liegon in the county
court today before Judge Adams.
Dan Moriarity. the Davenport sa
loonkeeper, who is accused of bunco
ing John Callaman out of a couple of
hundred dollars, has been arrested at
Omaha and will be brought back for
A peeial flyer at Woltmann's for
l.AO to rirta and Return. SI. AO.
Sunday. Aug. 1 I. via Bock Island
& Peoria railway. Train leaves Kock
Island C. B. P. depot at 3 a. m..
Twentieth street depot at 3:01 a. m.
Betiirning leaves Tcoria at 7:25 p. m.
arrives Bock Island at 10:20 p. m.
For tickets and detailed information
apply to ticket office B. I. & P.
Mascot" at the Watch Tower
tonight. Sunday matinee. Bright
new costumes and cheery music.
Next week, the clo.sing week of sum
mer opera. Different opera every
Advertised Lint of Letters, No. 32.
list of letters uncalled for at the postofflce
at Kock Island Aug. 13
Ilrown. J. P.
Darin, t hHrleji.
Har-isi. N'. li.
Hecnev. J M.
Kelly. Ker. Jt-eph
Wben c.llinir for
If. Ye list numwr.
TBoHis H. Thmas
Inif. Hurry A.
M.H.'e J. T.
NT anri. Kx!n h
adreriUed letters please
(alvanized Slop Pails, Saturday
V'imlow Shades, linen, spring
roller, complete, for Saturday
Complete Mass Iimps 5C
3-piarl M-anite Preserve Kettles,
worth double 25C
3-uart (iranite Stew Tans, worth
A few Croquets and Hammocks left,
which will lie sold regardless of eo.-t.
Ju.-t received a new assortment of
Thone 4174. Twentieth Street.
SWe Do Not
Offer vou something for noth- W
iug nor do we sell one thing
below cost in order to catch S
you on something else : :
g But We Do Buy and
If vou have leen sick you will find
you can take to give you apjetite and ( ? Sell All GOOflS
strength. , Q
11" lit s tt lieu iia.ei oane uas ine -
largest sale of any salve in the world, j That i.Uhe reason why it costs
This fact and its merit has led dis- b you 80 much les3 to live
honest people to attempt to counter-' k
r w I . r . 1 I
ieu it. ixok. out. ior tne man w no . W' .
to deceive vou when vou , i NtLOUrt O OAOn UKUlttl I,
Hazel Salve, b ... .
Thomas. I . treci K
i .- i none ivyj.
call for DeWitt's Witch
the srreat pile cure. T. H.
A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahnsen, drag-gists.
a Cash Basis.
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A n A pi It rA ! ,A nK'i
SOME p-int for breath; others pine for pant. While
you may not have been panting for breath, there
are many who have been pining for pante
awaiting our Semi-annual Rousers-in-Trousers Sale.
Too eady for a fall suit, too late for a spring suit, a
pair of Trousers will carry you nicely until the time
comes for a new fall outfit
PRICES NEVER WERE""
Strong Cottonade and Jean Pants C
Warranted noUto-rip Cotton Worsted Pants, gy
68C, 75C ant::::::::::::.::::.::::..:.:::::::. OOC
Union Casslmere Pants, not alt wool,
All Wool Men's Pants, $2 quality
Alt Wool Fine Scotch Pants, $3 quality 5?
Fine All Wool Cassimerc Pants, $3.50 and $4 values J
Finest Cassimerc Pants In the Store, I $5 value 3
Our celebrated line of Children's 49c Trousers arc greater than
THE TROUSER ROUSERS.
1729 Second Avenue,
117 West Second Street,