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THE ARGUS, WEDNES DAY, FEBR TTAR Y 1 , 1899
T ' The Wthrr W. May Have
" Lizbt snow flurries
generally fair loalirbt and Thursday:
continued cold weather
Today's temperature IX
J. M. Shkbizb, Observer.
Leaf lard at Gilraore's.
Keidy Bros., real estate.
Go to Eckhart's for masks.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros'.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Be wise and smoke Kinship.
For real estate. K. J. Burns.
Attend DollT Bios, shoe sale.
Davenport talks of a street fair next
pVpt will have nice tur
it-in nni- windows. Read our
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ail. The London.
No. 1 Hoar fl.05 per sack at Mauck
er s cash stores.
Plenty of choice butter for 15 cents
a pound at Beecher's-
iw. v w1v. dentist. 1615 Sec
ond avenue, over David Don's,
!;,..,;,. t,ams i-cntu retrular hams
9 cents per pound, at Maucker's stores
Alarm Wk 57 cents all this week
at Brook man's, the Twentieth street
Th Rot TlnI Retail Merchants'
s;tinn will mft at Turner hall
at 7:30 tonight.
Trv Eckhart for housefurnishing
frorxlH. tinware and erranite ironware.
. You will miss a great treat if you
ff.;i tn hear Prof. Washington at liar
ier's theatre Feb. 2.
if mn aunt . 1icvcle free, watch
Tin- Aiuii-d' nflr in a. dav or two.
1UI All!' . - "
ma subscriber will ret one abso
Intel v free.
Tiiriioln'.ih flnV will eive its
nnr.o1 J.-ill -t Roche's hall leu.
.i Tiiot. 'r, (nti. Ladies free
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All are invited.
Don't fail to hear the celebrated
Booker T. Washington at Harper's
theatre Feb. 2.
Affer Ki-ison snecial sale, overcoats
Lt.rl nrnrlh jtl'2. 13.50 and
15. now 7.50. The London.
William Wixon. of Moline, pleaded
miiitv in the circuit court toaay 10
assault, and was lined f 100 and costs
Henry Miller, a stranger, is at po
ll..., l.miriHrs with a frozen toe
iia u ha came here in search of
The stage of the water at the Rock
T1 .l Kriilrro nt ti 1 III. W.1S 2.65: at
noon it was2.5.. The temperature at
nnon was 1 1.
For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
4 ner ton. and crusneu cuk.u aw
at the works.
Just the time to buv a suit or over
nnr ml come in and ex
amine the roods. Kverv claim backed
up. The Ixndon.
The Boston store. Davenport, has a
big announcement in this evening's
s..,a i hot will interest all who are
anxious to save money.
iwl-er T. Washington will lecture
at Harper's theatre Feb. 2. He is the
mot celebrated colored orator in the
world and has few if any equals
Thia the last week in which you
. .t x-rnr fhoice of anv pair of
store for t2.50. ilurst.
He Cuts the Price. Open tonight.
Another vestibule car was put in
the aerrice letween Rock Island and
iiin Uct eveninc makinr four
added during the month of January.
Thw ; the lst week in whuh you
can pick any pair of men's f :t.50 and
welt shoes for $2.50.
Huast. He Cuts the Price. Open to-
Charles Etzel and family desire to
mibliclv express their sincere grati-
Poisoned by Ivy
Was in a Dreadful Condition
Happened to Read About a Similar
Caso Followed the Other Man's
Example and Wa Cured.
The following Incident Is given by
Charles Morris, general jobber, 62 Lcxing
North Cambridge, Mass.:
Several Tears aeo 1 became poisoned
by Ivy, I tried many medicines, spending
a large sum of money without obtaining
a particle ot good. My children were
ho afflicted with the same disease. We
were all constant sufferers with an awful
itching sensation, and it seemed ss If I
should tear mvself to pieces. I picked
up a psper in which I found printed a
testimonial from a man in Vermont who
had been similarly afflicted and bad taken
Hood's SsrsaparlUs with benefit. I bought
bottle, which we took and it did
Me and My Children
mn fnarh rood I nnrc based another supply.
We continued taking Hood's Sarsa par ilia
until ws used nve Dottles and 1 can
safely say that neither myself nor children
hara any siras of the poison. It has en
tirely left os and we are perfectly cured.
Wi eive the whole credit to Hood's Sarsa-
parilla. Before resorting to this medicine
I was reduced in weight, but now I
weigh ITS pounds. Hood's Sarsaparilla
has not only done much good but has
peen the means of saving me a great deal
of money. I would not be witnout u
In my boose and I heartily recommend
ft to all who are afflicted. I have writ
ten this statement for publication, ot my
own will, as I want others to know what
has done lor as." ui.ra aioniiis.
tude for the many kindly acts of
friends and neighbors during their late
Some A kg its subscriber will be
given a high grade bicycle absolutely
free during the next month. Watch
for the plan.
Clinton and return any time daring
the season of 1899 for the return to
os of 150 Anti-Washboard soap wrap
pers. Begin to save them now. War
nock & Ralston.
The work of Prof. Washington in
the black belt of Alabama is unique
in its conception and method of de
velopment. Go and hear him at Har
per's theatre Feb. 2.
Make every purchase count. A
purchase of Rock Island soap of any
brand counts' three times: Once for
good work, once for premiums and
once for the good oi our town.
At Sacred Heart church this even
ing the bulies five a social and musi-
ql and serve refreshments. It began
last evening and continues tonigni,
being a delightful affair in all respects.
For the accommodation of those
b&4ing invitations to the Sheridan
cltib masquerade, the committee has
arranged for a costumer to be at the
citv hall Thursday alternoon anu
Don't miss out on our special suit
sale. At $10 we'll sell vou suits worth
t!3 50. $15. fl6.50 and $18. At 5
we'll sell vou suits worth fs.oO, 1U
and $12. Look in the window. The
Attend the Turners' grand nias-
nuerade at Davenport Feb. 4. Re
served seats may le had. Tickets on
sale at Woltmann'9 jewelry store. A
good stage performance will also be
Our last week's overcoat sales was
ft 1 i - f . T
a grand success. a ioi ui jjcujmo
saved a lot of inonev, and you can do
the same this week. Suits and over
coats at about one half price. It a
room and money we want. The
Irvine D. Burgh has been appointed
special agent in Rock Island for the
celebrated Omaha automatic gas
lamp. Mr. Burgh has his ofhee at
Lloyd's bicycle store. Harper house
Mock, where the lampean be seen and
inspected at any time.
Booker T. Washington always com
mands an audience of the highest in
telligence of the community because
he is possessed of great oratorical
powers and wonderiui lnieueciuai
abilitv. Don't fail to hear him at
Harper's theatre tomorrow night.
Aids. J. W. Lawhead and.A. r. Sod-
erstrom desire to extend thanks in
hehnlf of themselves and the resi
dents of the Seventh ward to the Tri
City Railway company for the cour
tesy of furnishing free transportation
to those visiting the new light tower
Prnf. J. Potter, formerly county
superintendent of schools of Stephen
son county and an educator of many
vears experience, is in the city witn a
view to estaiuisning classes in me
study of French and German. Prof.
Pntter will remain here a week or two
and can be reached by addressing him
at 508 l welltn street.
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We are showing the largest and best line of
STEEL RANGES, CAST COOKS and
RANGES, HEATERS and FURNACES in
the city, at prices that defy competition.
It will pay you to call and examine them at
DA V1D DON'S,
la order to reduce stock for Feb. 1, Inventory, we are
catting prices all through the stock and shall
make It pay anyone to attend this sale.
SEE PRICES IN WINDOW.
A line of hand turned shoes, latest toe, usually sold at
$3.50 : : : : : : : : :
Several broken lines of hand welts, have been $3.00
and $3.50 : : : " : : : : :
Others at $1.25, $1.48. $1.75 and $1.95. Come quirk.
155-1617 Second Avenue.
a car load
Marital relations in Ireland are as a
rule of the mont harmonious character,
and if a husband and wife do fall ont
occasionally and even resort to blows
they think nothing the worse of each
other in the end. Pill Lane is a classic
locality in Dublin, which might with
tome truth be described as the Billings
gate of the Irish metropolis. mat s a
fine black eye yen ve get. missis," saia
a man to a woman sitting over ner
basket of fieli in Pill Lane. "Figbtiu,
I suppose, BR'in." "No, I wasn't fight-
in," replied tno nenwoman. "tiimseir
(her hnsband) it was that gave me
that." and. facincr fiercely round on her
questioner, she added, "and I'd like to
know who bad a better right.
A laborer, ont cr employment, applied
for outdoor relief for himself and his
wife at tbe North Dublin union.
"Well, my good fellow, we must have
virionra that von are le&allv married."
said tbe chairman of tbe relief commit
tee. "Begot, sir, I've the best proof in
the wnrnld," said the applicant, and
bending his head he displayed a scar
on bis skull. "Does yerbonner think,"
be added, "I'd be after takin that abuse
from any wan bnt a wife?" Maomil-
. m iM k.
Beeklea's Arnica SalT.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum.
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tins, and positively cures piles or nc
oav reauired. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Rhenmatlam Cored In n Day.
Va 1 StlVy U a V AVI S UVUMJUklOlU l4
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days
Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes
I at once the cause and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose creatlv benefits. 75 cents. Sold
bv Ottottrutian. lovi seconu avenue
Rock liiana. ana iusi acniegei oe son
S20 W est Jsecosia sireei, aTenpori.
The smallest things mav exert the
rreatest influence. De Witt's Little
Early Risers are anequaieu lor over
eomin? constipation and liver trou.
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bles. Small pill, oest pin. saie piu
For sale bv T. H. Thomas. A. J. Reiss
and M. F.Bahnsen. druggists.
Arnold'! Bromo Celery cures head
aches: 10. 35 and 50 cent. Beiss
I drug nore,
CniuUH) i nl Mm mi habit eura. makaa war M
I aa swoag, emm pure, m u miiaii
Will be the best that our
seven years of experi
ence in business can buy.
It will consist of
liaOSsMslAT. TsUjhtas 1031.
To those who have attended former sales at this
store we have nothing to say. They know by experience
just what it means. Those" who have not been so for
tunate we shall simply ask them to read carefully the
following offers and to come in and see for themselves:
HESS BROS. l$6 00 shoes reauce" 10
$$5.50 shoes reduced to
o$5.00 shoes reduced : 4. 001
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snoes reauceu 4it : : joJkJ
WAVERLY u$3.00 shoes reduced to
324 Twentieth Street. Rock Island.
303 W. Third St.. Davenport.
Thousands cured of eye
trouble by our method '
of fitting spectacles '
Our Manufacturing Jew.
Is a grand success. It
has more than doubled
in the last year, speaks
volumes for tbe work
we are doing. All kinds
of jewelry made to
order. Old gold and
If you want a fine shoe here is your chance, . as this
sale includes patent leather, vici kid cordovans and tans.
We have placed on a table Boys' Shoes the value of
$2:25 to $3 at a uniform price of $1.50. Bring your boy
with you and see if we can fit him in these special
2 Big Reduction in Overcoats.
Big Reduction in Underwear.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island. 115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport
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