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THE ARGOTS, WEDNESDAY, 20, 1S99.
The Vr'heT W May Bit.
Increasing cloudiness a:d wanner to
night: Thursday, probably kbowers.
Today's temperature 23.
J. M. Shcrieb, Observer.
Bicycles at Ilynes'.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's,
Buy a Chase Bros', piano:
Et9ter gloves at Bennett's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
. Be wise and smoke Kinship.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
We buy real estate. Reidy Bros.
We sell real estate. Keidy Bros.
Plenty of wild ducks at Schroeder's
Kindergarten baskets at Eck hart's.
Knak pianos, Totten's music
Buy vour faster novelties at Eck-
Easter neckwear. New
M. & K.
Plenty of fresh eggs at Weckel's,
Henry J. Luchman will be onr next
Plenty of fresh eggs at Weckel's,
Summers & Co. for house furnish
Special spring opening sale. Young
See the line of steel ranges at Sum
mers & Co" 3.
Attend Youn & McCombs' grand
Peoria stoves are the best, 322
Hare jour gasoline stores repaired
at Summers & Co's.
Top notch, high jrrade men's suits.
Sommers & La Velle.
Patee Crests have M. & W. tires,
single or double tube.
The lest bicycles and the lowest
prices at David Don's.
Sweaters, largest line carried in the
city. Soiiiiuts & la Velle.
Cooicest spring lamb of the season
of lS'J'J. Scbrocder's market.
AH kinds of bracelets for friend
ship hearts. At J. Kamser's.
Easter eggs and novelties for tl e
little ones at Young & McCombs'.
C. A. Hurst is agent for the W. L.
Douglas shoo for men. Try them.
A largo .shipment of Crescent bi
cycles arrived at David Don's today.
We sell green bicycles, too. They
am t lie Sterling. The price is -good,
Solid gold friendship hearts at J.
Kamser's. Dozens of desigus to select
Call at Bennett's and see the line
line of Easter gloves, in all the latest
It has paid others. It will pay you
to buy Lovs' clothing of Sommers &
Our bat department is the place to
buy vour Easter bonnet. Sommers &
La Velle. 1
Before buying your Easter glove j
call and see the line line of gloves at
New shade of tan shoes for men
and boys in box calf, vici kid, willow
calf. M. & K.
Floor matting, 25-cent kind, 18 cents
per yard. Young & McCombs' spring
The stage of water at the bridge is
stationary at 2.1)0. The temperature
at noon was 37.
Curtains aud portiers cleaned at
William lilaschke's dye wo ks, 1412
R. Emmet Reeves for collector,
(lire him your vote next Tuesday.
He deserves it.
The Ladies' Turner society will
give a private dauce tomorrow night
at Turner hall.
The Hock Island shoes are union
made, from $1.25 to $2.50 at Hurst's,
be cuts the price.
J. II. Kerr and George C. Durman
will make model members of the
board of supervisors.
J. Kamser has just received a large
aud beautiful line of friendship hearts
in all designs. All prices.
Bennett's is headquarters for Easter
gloes. lie has them in all the latest
colors. Call and see them.
New spring styles in women's shoes
in tan and black! Rock Island union
made. Hurst cuts the price.
Well shod, wi-11 dressed. M. & K.
are showing the latest spring produc
tions in mcu's and boys' shoes.
Everybody is well pleased with oui
well ai'sortea stock. Prices are more
pleasing. Young & McCombs.
Yesterday it snowed, and the next
day the sun came out. so did Grimes,
aud Spencer sold some bicycles.
See the new spring styles in wom
en's Rock Island union made shoes,
$1.25 to $2.60. Hurst cuts the price.
B. J. Perrlnc, a former resident of
Rovk Island, was found dead in bed at
. , " . J I
.ew spring Slyies in women s shoes
from $1.25 to $2.50. Rock Island
union made. Hurst, he cuts the
Spencer opened up the sixth dozen
of solar gas lamps this morning; only
$2.50 for the only good gas lamp
A snap in a lot located in the best
lil.w-L- nn Thin! avenue. Thi irlr
bird gets the worm." Read want .
iviuui ii. 'elevator.
Two car loads of furniture for tbej
refurnishing of the Harper were de
norl hv Cleniann & Salzmann this
The United States Express corapao
delivered one load of Patee Crest bi
cveles a. Spencer's last niffht and
another this morning.
Ask Patee Crest riders how they
like their mount. We don't have to
take them lack, but some of our im
itators can't say the same.
Don't bny a bicycle because of
certain color, so says a certain dealer
i enow seems to irritate him. vt
will have the color chanced. Nit.
Quality as well as style are the es
sectiil points in foot wear. M. & K
are showing the new spring styles
ana will save you from 50 cents to f 1
J he discoverv of a defective flue at
the home of Henry Lamp, on Seven
teenth street, this morning, resulted
in a call for the tire companies, which
responded, jso damage was done.
J. he I'atee Crest bicycle is the orrir
inal f.'io wheel, and it cut so much ice
last year that several other compa
nies nave irotten out imitations
which are inferior in every detail.
No place in the three cities is better
known amon the ladies than is Ot
tesen's popular millinery emporium
222 West Second street, Davenport
There is always to be found just what
the ladies want in head wear at prices
to suit the purse.
I he Eclipse Installment company
has changed hands and hereafter will
be conducted under the name of the
Hill Mercantile company, with head
quarters at 1913 Second avenue, as
heretofore. Patronage of old tclipse
A vote for A. D. Huesing for city
clerk is a vote for one who has demon
strated his iecu!iar iitness for the
oflice, the a flairs of which be has
efficiently looked after for several
ears. And the people propose keep-
ng him there.
In the Sixth ward John W. Snitzer
s growing in favor daily. I here is
no doubt about his election. That
point has been settled. John's
friends are legion in the Sixth, and
they say they intend to send him to
the council -with a line majority
C B. Marshall has given of his best
fTorts in administering the letral
flairs of Rock Island the past two
ears. The. people will show their
pprcciation of his trood work next
Tuesday, when it is contidently pre
dieted he will receive a handsome ma
joritv over his opponent for the
It is just possible that Anti-Wa9h
board soap may not suit vou; don't
condemn home manufactured soaps
on that account. Try the Imperial or
any other brand of Rock Island soap.
i lie wrappers from any brand are
valuable for premiums. We make
all grades of soap, but Anti-Wash
board is the best.
Miss Bvrnes cordially invites the
ladies of the three cities to her Easter
opeuinj; of pattern hats. An ex per
ienced designer. Miss Richmond, after
a sojourn in New lork and Chicago,
will have charge of the trimming
room, and all work will have her
J os lin Jorri.NGS.
Joslin. March 20. Elsie Walker is
on the sick list.
Lillie Crouipton, of Port Byron,
9pent Saturday visiting Ira Donahey.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Coljrrore Sun-
dayed with Mr. and Mrs. John Wain
Mr. and Mr. John Leasure visited
Friday and Saturday la9t with friends
Fred Wright, the butter maker,
who has had such a spell of sickness,
is now able to attend to his work
Miss Kate Buckley and
a number of
others who have
been laid up with
the measles are
now ccttini better.
M'ish Rica Brandt and Miss Ella
Lipbardt spent Sunday last with the
Misses Fit.gibbons and family.
Willie Whiteside, son of W. H.
Whiteside, v ho has leen very sick
with the mumps, is now some better.
Dr. Dailey was called in.
Mrs. William IJehri.it, who has lwen
so low with consumptive tendencies, is
now reported to be some better.
Miss Mabel McMurphy is visiting
for a week with friends and relatives
in the viciaity of Gcueseo.
The Royal Neighbors of .foslin have
postponed their entertainment at the
Woodmau hall until rrid
Misses Maude and Magjie Cromj-
ton took the train to Kock Island Sat
urday last to send a couple of davs
with their brother. It. . Crouipton
thence thev go to Iowa Citv to attend
the rradu;tting exercises of their
friends. Miss Meta Davies and B. I.
Blackstone, at the Homeopathic Medi
cal college, Iowa City.
Miss Mary Fitgibbons closed her
. school at .u ma rriuay last with an
j interesting program, there being a
number of visitors present. Miss
Fitzgiblions ha taught a satisfactory
school, and is engaged for the spring
The entertainment given by the
Oak Tree school at the Woodman hall
Friday last was largely attended and
gave geueral satisfaction. After pay
iin;omrim! u.w ui me nan mere
-a. .i . m . t I 11 . .
or the hail
vei remained $6. which will be used
taT the urchase of books for a school
library. Miss Crouipton la engaged
to teach for the coming school year.
lioaloa Storv Millinery.
, On the second floor of our new store.
Second and Harrison streets, will be
found the finest collection of ladies'
' spring trimmed hats west of Chicago.
Over 6u0 trimmed bats for your in
to basement and take
IIabnu) & Vox Mai r,
No grade so high as the Sky
ar d examii e the 1S99 models at
1615-1617 Second Arenac,
Idea . . .
To have the public know
that our stock contains
the best selections that
the market affords.
Just now we have
Oyster Pi ants,
Nor hern Spy.
Dressed Ducks, Dressed Cklclcens,
Dressed Turkeys, Dresse Geese.
IJCLK AND CANNED OYSTEKS.
1;C 39a4 ATt.
321 Twentieth Street, ock Island.
303 W. Third St.. Davenport.
Spring Novelties.... B
Wo have an exquisite
line of Sash Buckles in
enameled, jeweled and
cut steel, lieau'tiful de
signs, not to bo found
elsewhere. Also Violet
Hearts, all kinds of
Coral Cyrano Beads,
Jeweled. Side Combs,
Jeweled Circular Combs
and Jeweled Book
All articles tastefully
enjrraved free of charge.
Photoctchcd souvenir spoons
of Woodman building and
High Crescent grade.
itmh itf WmS
Ring up the Curtain.
We are Ready for Spring.
Our display of Men's Suits and Top Over
coats will interest the good dressers. Never
lefore has so little money brought so much
fS.50 values 7 35
$12.00 values 0 00
There is no place lik M. & K. when your spring clothing
wants confront you. We welcome lookers Only through
an inspection can you appreciate the full measure of what
you gain by trading here.
1729 Second Avenue,
5 V ;f
There is a style.
Top Overcoats that
ready - to -
Our celebrated $10
coals, made with
silk yokes and silk
every edge pied
with silk, and
every seam sewed
with silk twist, are
every bit as good
as the $15 coats
sold elsewhere. . .
ft",. 00 Tor other deal
ers sf7.V0 values. .
$7.i0 is our price for
1O.0O qualities. .
Men's Fine Shoes for
We hare added this
line of celebrated men's
shoes to our Florsheim
& Co. line, making the
strongest line of men's
line shoes in the tri
cities. Price $5.00 a pair.
The Yictory Is Ours
We have brought them
Down and are Holding
FOR FIFTKKN YEA11S we have supplied the wants of
Buyers of Rock Island. Moline and the surrounding
each day our store grows closer.to
The Character of Our Merchandise.
The Certainty of Right Prices.
The Faithfulness of Our Service Does the M. & K.
a dash, in our stunning
distinguishes them from
wear coats found
115 and 117 V. Second St Davenport.
the hearts of the
$1.50 for f2.00
2.!5 for 4.00
$3.95 for $5.00
ana vnuiirens jici.
sparkiing with exclusive' styles and new ideas
from the best manufacturers in the world.
Whatever mother's thought may be, here yu
will tind its materialization.
Tuexedo Suits. Yestce Suits.
KiltSuits. Sailor Suits.