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THE .AKGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898
Tbe Weatber We May Bin
Fair and warmer tonight and Sator
Todaj'a temperature 41.
J: Mi SBaaum, Oboerrec
F. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
IIyne9 rents guns.
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Birds free at Dolly Bros.
Dressed chickens at Long's. -Oysters
and celery at Long's.
Flour sold cheap at Beecher's.
Northern Spy apples at Long's.
F. B. Q. finest beyond question.
- Spinach and cauliflower at Long's.
Delicious boiled ham at Bnncher
Celery and oysters at II. Tremann's
Souvenirs given awav at Dolly
Bros'. r "
Boys' shoes, a f 1.50 value at $1, at
Choice celery and cooking apples at
pickles and walnuts at
insurance call on
For reliable fire
E. J. Burns
Bulk oysters, celery and cranber
ries at llorton's.
Men's lobby neckdressing at Stew
art's, the hatter.
Poultry, Kultry, poultry at II.
Complete stock of underwear. So tu
rners & La Velle.
Dressed ducks and chickens at II.
Only one of Roche's flats now va
cant. Call quick.
Fresh bread, three loaves for 10
cents, at llorton's.
Boys' knee pants, Saturday, 10
cents. The London.
Rfcfers for boys and little fellows.
Summers '& Laelle.
Handsome, those $ 10 men's suits.
Somraers & La Wile.
Special sale on shoes and rubbers
tomorrow at Beecher's.
Young & McCombs' souvenirs are
o. k. So say the trade.
Souvenirs, and the kind that please,
at Young and McCombs'.
If you need a top coat, see our $ 10
line. Sommers & 11 Velle.
Dressed chickens old and young at
Buncher Bros'. Phone 4162.
Men's heavy wool pants $1.50 and
$1.75. Sommcrs & La Velle.
Adams' f 3 and $ 3.50 men's tan welt
shoes are the talk of the town.
Best of fleece underwear 50 cents a
garment. Sommers & La Velle.
Plenty of reefers for children, all
sizes, 3 to 16 years. The London.
Souvenirs given awav (only one
more day) at Youngs & McCombs'.
Adams $3 line of ladies' shoes are
unequaled. Kvery pair warranted.
Plenty of large choice yoang chick
ens, dressed or alive, at Beecher's.
Dr. William Sterling, the osteopath,
611 West Sixteenth street, Davenport.
Black cheviot suits for children,
worth $ 2, only f 1.50. The London.
An extra force of clerks to wait on
you Saturday at Young & McCombs'.
Don't fail to attend the Flemming
Furniture company's fall opening sale.
Boys' heavy winter shoes in than or
black in box calf. See thera at M. &
Knit working shirts, dark colors,
89 cents. Great values. The Lon
don. Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
Ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
llog cholera is said to prevail among
the swine in the vicinity of Buffalo
Special for Sat unlay. Men's silk
neckties, worth 25 cents, for 15 cents.
?4 values at a 3 price is what M.
& K. are giving in their black and tan
box calf shoes.
The 13.50 line of ladies' shoes are
par excellence. Don't pay f3 for no
Military capes for boys are the
proper thing something swell. M.
& K. have them.
Men's heavy outside shirts, you
won't see their equal, 50 cents. Som
mers & La Velle.
Another handsomely repainted
vestibuled Bridge line car made its
The relief committee of the Asso
ciated Charities meets at its rooms in
the Masonic Temple at 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. A. prompt at-
I safltred the lriam of the damned
with protrudinc piles brought on by constipa
tion wla which I was afflicted for twenty
years. I ran vtom your CASCARETS in the
town at Newell. Ia.. and never found any thine
te equal them. To-day I am entirely free from
plica and feel like a new man."
C. H.KBTTX. MU Junes St.. Sioux City, la.
Pleasant. Pa'.atabh.. rxwent. Taste Good. Do
6004, Nac Sicken. Weaksm. or Crip. Kte. tie. Sue
CURE CONSTIPATION. .
mw 1 in
tendance of the members is urgently
Silverware, chains, rugs, crockery
and lamps given awav Saturday at
Young & McCombs'.
See our f 7.50 men's suits and over
coats. Extra good goods for little
money. The London.-.
George Bausch, a baker, died sud
denlv in Moline this morning. lie
weighed 350 pounds.
Gentlemen, you should see that line
of dress, street and driving gloves at
Stewart's, the hatter.
Be sure and see IL Tremann's Sons'
grand display of choice dressed meats
and poultry tomorrow.
Business property, residence prop-
a a - -
erty and lots for sale in all parts 01
tbe city by J. Burns.
Serge suits for men. single and
double breasted. tlO and f 15. Extra
well made. The London.
An onnce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure. Investigate M. & K.s
fall and winter underwear.
Next to the skin comes that perfect
fitting underwear sold by Stewart, the
hatter. It is solid comfort. -
Johnston & Murphv fine men s
shoes in vici kid, tan : and patent
leather, $5 a pair at Adams'.
The ladv that was looking for her
friend was found at Young & Mc
Combs' buviug a new cloak.
All the latest styles in dress and
street gloves. The best $1 kid gloves
in Rock Island. The London.
The best f 3 hat that can be made.
Stewart, the hatter, has them. Try
one. Y e guarantee satisfaction.
A shoe that wears right, fits right
and looks natty is what M. & K. are
are showing in tan and black box call.
A large shipment of ladies' fine
shoes made by Gray Brothers for Dol
ly Bros', just received at prices, f3.dU
and f t.
Yesterday's races at the Davenport
Mile Track were postponed until to
day because of the condition of the
Coal hods, coal shovels, wash boil
ers, water pails and all kinds of house-
furmshing goods sold very cheap at
Adler's suits, Alfred Benjamin's
overcoats, equal in make and fit to any
merchant tailor s; only difference is
price. The London.
That Htnvft will look like new if vou
have it nickel-plated by Griswold &
Co. It don't cost much. Telephone
4244 or call at 1510 Second avenue.
You are cordially iovited to call at
W. A. Ehleb's, 309 Twentieth street.
Thursday, Friday or Saturday and
try a cup of HunKel s delicious cocoa
Every well dressed gentleman
should wear a pair of Strong & Gar
field shoes oxide kid, iox call or
patent leather. M. & K. have them.
They arc the best.
The football elevens of Augustana
and the Moline High school will play
a game at the college campus tomor
row afternoon. The game will be
called at 3 o'clock.
Ladies, clean your kid gloves with
Miller's Glovine. It is not a liquid,
leaves no odor and can be used while
the glove is on the hand. For sale
only at Harper house pharmacy.
John Gannon, of Davenport, an em
ploye in the equipment department at
Rock Island arsenal, had a section of
his loft thumb crushed yesterday af
ternoon while at work in the shops.
Frosty, eh? Do not allow the chills
to go sailing through your tfiin sum
mer snit buy one of M. & K.'s cele
brated topcoa"ts 14.50 to $ 18 black
and blue meltons, satin linings $7.50.
Kramer and Co., 1508 Second ave
nue, have as fine a line of calendars
for advertising purposes as has ever
been brought to the city. Over 300
designs to select from. Call and see
You never know what will hap
pen to a boy. hatever it is, gen
erally hapiens to his clothes first
When you buy boy's clothes, get the
kind that things can happen to with
the least ruin. You'll lind tbem at
M. & K's.
The Davenport Times has followed
the example of inc Argts and put in
a Cox perfecting press, which makes
the second one in the three cities
since The A kg its installed one, the
Davenport Leader having likewise
cquipjed itself. The Cox perfecting
press has demonstrated its utility to
papers of extensive circulation in
cities the size of Rock Island and Dav-enjort.
Benjamin C. Eis, a brake man for
the Rock Island road, residing at 2622
Seventh avenue, while setting a brake
on a moving freight train at Brook
lyn. Iowa, vesterdav. fell between
two cars, alighting on his head on the
rail, sustaining a gash above the right
eye and ling quite severely bruised.
Fortunately the train was not moving
fast, and "allowed him to get out of
the way of the wheels. His wounds
were dressed by Dr. J. De Silva.
eg f TH BIA Md and rnaTfrted by all roe
E0 I U'BAW aisia to C lK Tobacco Haau.
Satarday Xlg-ht Lanchcf.
Grand opening lunch at the Club
saloon Saturday night. Sid Pearson.
Roast pig lunch at Ernest Leffler's,
corner Fourth street and Fourth ave
nue. Saturday night.
At tl4 S.int!im Inimit Rohnert's
place. Saturday night there will le a
w .a a a Va T
grana mrue soup luncn. me dj-
Hard Cm! Coke Wood.
- Indiana block. Athens lamp and
nut. superior soft egg, cannel, hard
wood and kindling.
E. B. McKows.
Tm Cmr. Caestlaa flaw, Ti
Take Caamreta Oaadv Cathartic 10b or Be.
II C C C Laii to ears, druggist refaad saoee J-
Riverside Stoves and Ranges
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REGENT $3.2 SHOES
Pi one better. Call and ex
amine the largest and best
stock of Stoves and Ranges In
615-1617 Second Avenue.
l V? SEE OUR $5 SHOES g
i C " A'olixS Best and largest line in the U
V i: three cities to select from.
. TT XilSv AAtoE.
g V Special, our new Blucher"
S jT S' f ts. in light shade Russia.
1 .6 THE BOSTON, j
For Sale by
1620 Second Avenue. Telephone 1031
EC K HARTS
GIVEN AWAY ALL
THIS WEEK WITH
OF : : :
$1.00 or Over.
A VALUABLE SOU
VENIR GIVEN FREE
BIG BARGAINS IN
EC K HART'S
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
We Do Not
Offer you something for noth
ing nor do we sell one thing
below cost in order to catch
you on something else : : : :
But We Do Buy and
Sell All Goods
On a Cash Basis.
That is the reason why it costs
you so much less to live
when you trade at : : : : : :
NELSON'S CASH GROCERY,
329 Twentieth Street.
1 You Can Dress I
I Like a Gentlemanl
o IF YOU WEAR M. K. CLOTHING. o
g There is a certain touch, finish, style and elegance about g
M. & K suits not easily obtained elsewhere. Our gar- g
ments are made on scientific principles, made to fit the $
S l : r r O
3 iiuiiiciii ionn perieuuy.
r We have made a special effort to procure a line of fall
Ckkl) e at . essa" ea -al a
a and winter suits that we trunk supenor to any line oi a
o clothing ever shown in Davenport. fc.very taste and every
g purse will find satisfaction here.
O on d are now on the second hundred lot. No wonder. These CJ
O selling at 55, were not good enough for M. & K. to sell at ff U u U U
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tlon to a stroner line of Men's Casslmere Suits, heavv. not all l f If
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And a chill goes sailing right through the thin Summer Suit, worn thinner with months
of hard wear. W
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jt All silik lined Melton Top Coats In Blue and Black at
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