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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, XOVEMBEE 5, 1898.
J Fair tonight and Sunday; cooler to- g
4" To4aj'a tesperature 45. J
3: Mi Siuiu, Observer.
Y. B. Q.
Snaoks F. B. Q.
Eberhart for good pianos.
Flour and feed at Schaab's
Baj oa a Kinship cigar.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Ov6ters and celery at Long's.
Dressed ducks at Hess Bros'?
Eberhart is selling the pianos.
Dressed turkejs at lies Bros'.
Buy a bom of Reidy Bros.'
Dressed chickens at Hess Bros'.
F. B. Q. finest beyoad question.
Eberhart for bargains in pianos.
Eberhart 's pianos are up-to-date.
Eberhart saves you $ lOp on pianos.
Ask for Schaab's pure buckwheat
Eberhart keeps his competitors
For reliable fire insurance oull en
JL J. Baras
S. J. Apple keeps a full line of
choice bulk colTees.
The city council hold.- its monthly
meeting Monday night.
Go to the Palace of Sweets for your
pure home-made candies.
Special tonight. Carnations 15
cents a dozen, at Eck hart's.
The Talaco of Sweets is at 31
Twentieth street. Phone 4472.
Yon Yonson at the Wagner opera
house, Moline, Monday, Nor. 7.
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat
urday evening. Tickets 23 cents.
Mixed candy only & cents a pound
at Young & McCombs' this evening.
('.-ill and see the line of Buck stoves
and ranges at Young & McCombs'.
If you need any tailoring work, call
on Gus Englin, 1803 Second avenue.
Eberhart ha sold pianos and will
continue to sell them. It's the price.
Ask Your grocer for Schaab's fresh
pro nn J corn meal, graham and rye
Nice assortment of chrysanthemum
plants and also cut llowers at Eck
hart's. Sweet milk, ereasa. buttermilk and
ice eream at 111 and 118 Nineteenth
Get your suit or overcoat made to
order at Gus Englin's, 1803 Second
Cameras and canicra supplies. Fresh
stock, late novelties and low prices at
Go and see Ben Hendricks as
Yon Yonson at the Wagner, Moline,
Monday, Nov. 7.
A night hack to all trains, for any
part of the three cities. J. II. Mauck
er. Phone WJ-J.
Piano bargains all next week. $ 135,
$15u, $165. on easy monthly pay
ments, at Bowlby's.
Cloudy weather preferred for grown
jxople at C. E. Smith's studio, oppo
site Harper house.
The choicest dairy butter made in
Rock Island county for sale at 8. J.
Apple's cash grocery.
Basiaess property, residence prop
erty and lots for sale in all parts of
the city by B. J. Buras.
Leopold's have a bargain array on
page one. tonight that is worthy of
your attention. Read it.
Money to loan on anything of value,
without removal or publicity. East
man, 1712 Second avenue.
It don't take people long to find out
who is selling the honest pianos at
honest prices. It's Elerhart.
Order your ice cream for Sunday
dinner from the Palace of Sheets, SIS
Twentieth street. Phone 4172.
Dr. G. M. Ba brock has secured office
reom with Dr. J. M. Silvis. where be
will be pleased to see his old patrons.
For the best hard and soft coal and
wood, leave orders with Ed White,
8170 Fifth avenue. Prompt delivery.
The Rock Island Ministerial associ
ation holds a meeting at the Y. M. C.
A. chapel at J0:30 Monday morning.
The first anuual dance of the Rock
Island arsenal employes will be held
Thursday evening, Nov. 17, at Arm
The football elevens of the Moline
and Clinton High schools are playing
at the basebalfpark on Twelfth street
See Yon Yonson, the great log jam
and the woedeboppers' camp in
the lumber regions, Monday, Nov. 7,
at the Wagner, Moline.
Mixed candy 5 cents a pound at
loung & McCombs' tonight.
A beautiful and useful souvenir
with each dozen cabinet photos, at
popular prices, at C. E. Smith's stu
dio, opposite Harper house.
Hess Bros, have just received a car
load of fancy Minnesota Burbank po
tatoes. Now is the time to secure
something nice for winter use.
Popular prices ou all photo work
at C. E Smith's studio. A beaatiful
and ornamental souvenir with each
dozen cabinets. Opposite Harper
When others fail to get your watch
to run riirht, or not to srive satisfac
tion, bring it to Brookman. the Twen
tieth street jeweler, as he guarantees
all his work.
Bring the babies and children to
Smith's studio for their pictures be
fore anything happens them. You
will always be gUd that you did. Op
posite Harper house.
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 bouse; pharmacy.
Saloon license renewals: Sidney
Pearson. Albert Owen,, F. Gross, P. P.
Siemon. Henry Kirdorf, Evo De
Muynek. Chris Schatz. Herman Bank
er, C. C. Kroeger, Christian Vogel,
Par no attention to cloud v days
when wishing to pose for portraits at
smith s stutiio. Kapiu working in
struments and a light built for the
purpose overcomes the difficulty.
Opposite Harper house.
Special sale all next week. Orjjans
must go. We are overstocked with
them. Now is your chance to get au
organ cheap. Call and select one for,
Christmas. You can buy one for 75
cents per week at Bowlby's.
Mandolins and guitars, special sale
next week. Big cut in prices. Now
is your chance for a bargain. Prices
from f3 to $100. Select one now
while they are low for a Christmas
present. 75 to select from at Bowl
by's. The Davenport. Rock Island &
Northwestern Railway company has
tiled its answer at Davenport to the
application of the Diamond Jo line
for an injunction restraining the rail
road company from building tracks
across its property on the river front.
Accompanying the answer is a motion
The sad news came from Butte
Citv. Mont., this morn
death there of Henrv Ha
was born anil raised in Rock
and who n
vears ago. He leaves with his wife
two sisters, Mrs. Peter Schlemmer
r.nd Mrs. Joseph Hillier, of this citv.
The RIVERSIDE BASE BURNER
The most poweiful, the
most durable, the most
economical, the Best
H ird Coal Stove on the
market. The features con
tained in the Riverside
are not found in other
makes. Don't fail to ex
amine it if you need a
hard coal itove, it will
pay you. Riverside Oak
Stoves, Riverside Cooks
and Ranges, none better.
Examine the best line of
stoves in the city.
DA VID DON,
615-1617 Second Avenue.
ed by & of
to each person interested
in subscribing to the fc-u-rene
Field Monument Sou
venir Fund. Subscribe
any amountdesired. Sub
scriptions as low as tl.00
will entitle the donor to
this handsome volume
(cloth bound, fill), as a
souvenir certificate of
subscription to fund.
Book contains a selection
of Field s best and most
representative works and
is ready for delivery.
But for the noble contri
bution of the w raid's greaest artists,
this book coul t not have been manufac
tured for less than iT.oa
The Fund created is divided equally be
tween the family of the late Eugene
Field and the Fund for the buildinK of a
monument to the memory of the be
loved poet of childhood- Address
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OFFXE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CUUOUGH BUILDING, DAVENPORT, IA
from Butte ' W
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lock Island ' tl
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The deceased was well known in Rock ! i
THE RIGHT PLACE
to do your trading is at Hess
Bros'. There you can al
ways tind all the seasonable
fruits and vegetables at
prices that always suit the
purse. Read list below:
Head Lettuce, Cauliflower,
Celerv, Parslev, Rutabagas,
Green and Wax Beans.
Soup Bunches, Spinach,
Good Eating Apples,
Bulk and Canned Ovsters,
asi niiT'ii- ne not attract a very . . v f f
urge audience, but with the assist-' t2 M M V V UUI V
ince of the favorable atmosphere he J ! rJ H , Jj f II'
mcceeded in warming up, and dcliv- 1 1 I ik. L ) j J J UUl
ola lime pvrotech-j
"spiels.'' B. K. ! ' '
1CS0 Esral Art.
Room for New Goods.
riscAnrrs wit iiwiV rr ""
and are a iru.y wrvMcrfaJ mwcurtoe. Ibavecfuea
wi,ljnl tw a mo immiaui t Lnk d4 at last
birrfoaiul ilia lkatM. Swullnf um ij
b4tju fc b-uiur2 tl sat! rr, ci'tt exion b in
. Kire4i"i H o1 1 tooi iix ut In every
way.' Kk atuu a. ttUAus. LusitlLItui,
ij Toi Muutn mtamnmtsJi
PWnt TBlataWe. lot Ttc GondT Tm
Co&a Srver St. fccB. Wtu. or G rli. Vk, ijc. Suc
CURE CONSTIPATION. .
M n Tfl t? I f an4 cirrtrt(! b7 a?!
1 ! lu CVHK Xuteaoo Hafetw
Island, and uianv will grieve to know
of his death.
Charley Scarle made a speech to the
republicans of the First anil Second
tvards at Stodd's hall. on Ninth street.
last niirlit. He did not attract a very
ering one or his
nical spread-earle "spiels
Knox was also on deck, and said a j
few words to jolly the faithful along, j
Two uren, each heaving homeward j
with a large cargo of booze, resort
to a hstic encounter on ritteeu
street near Second avenue last night, j
in order to settle some difference that!
had arisen between them. The re j Slaughter Sale.
ffeie several cuncnes auu kiiuik i
downs, and many maneuvers un-
known to pugilistic science indulged j
in, but neither antagonist was so .
badly disfigured but that his folks J
could recognize him. I
Now it is reported as tjuite probable ,
that within a few davs the londsmeii '
of W. E. Stevens, of Moline, the in
surance agent charged with defraud
ing companies he represented out of
several thousands of dollars in pre
mium money, will le made defendants
in a suit which will be brought by the
insurance companies to recover the
amount of their loss. The bondsmen J
are the AYbeelock estate, H. L. Bul
len and D. O. Reid.
in consenuence 01 tne wit intra wai
from the corporation of citizens rep
resenting 540 acres of the property j
formerly contained in the town. Sev-j
eral meetings of the trustees have
been called for the purpose of winding j
up the all air of llie old
and leginning anew, but so
to secure the attendance or the presi
dent, treasurer and three of thetrus-j
tees have proven fruitless. The reg
ular session of the village councilmen I
occurs Monday night, when new otli-
cers will le elected, providing a juo-
rum is present
10 dinner sets. decorated
pieces, sale price $..&".
$12 dinner sets, beauties, 100 pieces,
full size, every piece warranted. $7.35.
f 15 dinner'sets, latest shapes and
11-inch platter, decorated. 10c.
10-inch decorated plates, 10c.
One lot china cream pitchers, worth
30 and 35c. sale price life.
One lot china sauce dishes, differ
ent decorations, sale price 5c each.
Four-piece glass sets, cream pitcher,
sujrar bowl, spoon-holder and butter,
The villa-re of Sears is still in a stew, sale price 65c.
4-piart tin coffee pots. 10c.
50-pound flour cans, 65c.
2-quart covered tin pails, 5c.
Slop pails, nicely painted, lUc.
Mrs. Potts' sad irons, best nickel
corporation .llate s:l!e pr;c., per sot. 60c.
o far effort s . j 500 parol. luatches. 10c.
Wall pockets, with nice picture and
glass front, sale price 49c.
Window shades, complete. 10c.
W e rent dishes,
forks, spoons, etc.
All kinds of
needles, belts, etc.
glasses, knives and
. at a very moderate
The grand opening lunch occurs at
Heine Hoblorfs tonight, at Twelfth
treet and Seventh avenne. There
will be fine music and a delicious; liza Pr JI fit
i,.T,r-h invites the public to ie . H r f JLJU llXJL
lUie rOX WUV- au tjruiu
ranch at his TIace. looo a?eoia ave
nue. Saturday niffbt. lie javltes a
hiajrienda to be on deck '
; k uner you someining ror noth-
' I? lT Jiof 'do we sell one thins 2
. i . . v a
w cos, in ui uer to caicn ,i
' AdvntlMd I.lt of letter No. 44.
on something else :
But We Do Buy and
nCrtmn'nn I". R.
Worn eallintr for sdverue4 leura please
rive list number.
Thomas B. Thomas. Postmaster.
Cures colds, la irrippe and all ma
larial troubles. Distilled from best jk
iil a SrT,l hv all saloons. I
HSiSSTHtSJS' p"soae,i3sel All Goods
HZMOn a Cash Basis.
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a. . kj
That is the reason why it costs
you so much less to live jfe
when you trade at : : : : : :
h NELSON'S CASH GROCERY,
Lexbitbu 6c Deth-FSEx, Agents.
S29 Twentieth Street.
rr tt i v
igni way to
Buy an O
Is, first, find a reliable place to purchase It, a store that you've got faith In, a place
where you can get satisfaction in, get your money back if you want lt-"that place Is
the M." K. Now, as to the garment itself, you don't want a back number, you don't
want an ordinary, common-place, cheap John coat that smacks of by-gone times. On
the contrary, you want a coat that's UP-TO-DATE, a coat that's made of new substan
tial fabrics, a coat that's got the snap of a made-to-ordcr make, cut in this season's
style, for this season's wear, custom tailoring work at one-half tailoring prices, that's
yOU CAR BUI DF US
We've got coats for less money than $7.19, and go jd ones, too, but at $7.19
we've been selling stylish Beaver Cloths of the most approved cut, in black,
blue and brown all made with deep facing and satin piping and good
Superior Kerseys and Beavers as well as other fabrics of this class, are
found in the Overcoats we are selling at $10.00. The natty appearance of
these garments will not only please you, the workmanship surprises you, and
the price delight you, but you'll have a garment that we're proud to sell,
and you'll be proud to wear.
At $15,00 you can take your choice from some of the finest fabrics in rogue
this fall. Imported English Cheviots, Kerseys, Whip-cords, Covet cloths, etc.,
that are not to be found at ordinary stores. We select the goods and they
are made to our special order, that's why we know what we are talking about
when we say they are the best coats you can buy for $15 go:
We have closed one of the most successful sales we have had, not because there was a great profit in it,
but the hearty response to our call for the King Bargains we had to give the patrons. There were times
during this sale when our increased force of help could not serve the crowds as well and promptly as we
would like to. We therefore beg to state, should there be cause for complaint, or if Your Purchase Is Not
Satisfactory In Every Particular Bring It Back And Get Your Money Back. There are a few small lots in
the King suits left, if you can find your size, take your pick at the special sale price, $2.98, $3.98, $5, 6.75.
Tius$r -'AttA I'j
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