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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. APRIL 21, 1S99.
The Weather Wa May Hava.
Generally 'air tonUht and Saturday:
Today's temperature 50.
J. M. Butui, Obaerrer.
Eberhart for a piano.
Leaf lard at Gil more 'a.
Pineapples at Horton's.
Dolly Bros'. $2.40 sbces.
SporiiDg goods at Hynes'.
Baseball goods at Hynes'.
For insurance, E. J- Burn.
Waverly bicycles at Hynes.
Money to loan. Eeidy Bros.
Dressed chickens at Schroeder's.
List your property with Keidy Bros
Choice cuts of veal at Schroeder's.
Plenty of strawberries at rassig'a.
Dressed chickens at II. Tremann's
Full line of fishing tackle at Kck-
Don't forget Dolly Bros'. $2.40
Fre-h eggs 12J cents a doen at
Knee pants 16 cents. So mm era &
I .a Velle.
Rlood orances 'JO cents a dozen at
Diamond wall paper cleaner at
New hats for Saturday. Sommers
& l,a Velle.
Choice spring lamb at ' II. Tre
Some very fine sugar-cured bacon 8
cents a ound at Buncht-r Bros'.
W. : Douglas hoes for sale at
Hurst's, opjiosite the Harper house.
Spinach, onions, carrots, radishes,
water cress and lettuce at Horton's.
The Central I'niou Telephone com
pany is erecting new poles in the city.
Klra good overall'! for men and
ljovs, 'J.r cents. Sommers X: La Velle.
Exceptional values in meu'i suits at
'. $7.60 ami flu at the reliable M.
Ten dollars will do wonders in the
way of huviug a man's suit at M.
The correct thing in ladies' nock
wear just received at Stewart's, the
inner. Mru't 3.SO Regent Shoes-Spring Style
For Saturdav. men's working shirti on uuuiay.
worth 25 wills only 10 cents. The) We are showing more style than
London. ever in black and tans, all leathers
i ini- Si.in m.nii suito t !::.. r.O an ! and widths. These shoes are made
wonders. See them. Sommers V: right Goodyear Welts and perfect
La Velle. I liners. Lrery pair guaranteed.
it. i i.. i-ii .,,.. I tor $3 i.0 you get a bhoe eiual in
. 1 - . at trio ami wpiir to rp'mlar K: irrjule.
ity, as well as style. Stewart, the
Sterling silver friendship hearts 10
cents a piece at Brookman's. He has
sold hundreds in the past week and
still has a lew leit at only iu cents a
$1.85 will buv a Testing top ladies'
shoe that other dealers ask $2.25 for
one not as good. Hurst, he cats the
The Model shoe store, near Harper
bouse, is closing out to quit business;
must vacate store at once. Now
is the time to secure bargains In
Make every purchase count. A
purchase of liock Island soap of .any
brand counts three times: Once for
good work, once for premiums and
once for the good of our town.
The Model shoe store's closing out
sale is drawing immense crowds of
purchasers. The manager has se
cured extra help and will try to get
everyone waited on promptly.
One of the handsomest styles ever
turned out by the liock Island Shoe
company is that new liue of $2 black
kid shoes. AH widths from AA to E
at Hurst's, be cuts the price, opposite
nans MTiec. oi IJavenport. em
ployed in Moline, while on his way to
work this morning, was struck bv an
eastbound Uock Island freight train
at Fifteenth street in Moline. He was
thrown a considerable distance, but
escaped any serious injury.
Says a lady patron: 4 -Ever since
our boy has worn trousers 1 have
bought his clothes at M. & K. Never
missed it but once, ami if I could be
forgiven for this time will promise
never to ro outside of M. & K. for
Every day the M. & K. store draws
closer to the hearts of the people.
Their honorable business methods and
superior qualities does the work,
People have grown lired of snide
lotliing, and when wanting up-to-
late, reliable merchandise, the relia-
b!e M. & K. is the place to get it.
Word was received today that Judge
fvohlsaat, in the United States court
at I'eoria, had decided in favor of J. &
M. Iloscnlield. of this citv. for whom
Hon. E. W. Hurst was attorney in an
action instituted against the linn by
he Dubuiiue Harness and Saddlery
company, the case was the outcome
of some sub-let Uock Island arsenal
II MCYMS Jj
day eveuing. corner Third avcuuo and
New and nobby neck dressing for
men aud ladies, just received, at Stew
art's, the hatter.
Just received a new line of chil
dren's hats; elegant plaids; something
new. The Londou.
The linest line of fresh vegetables
of the season will be on display at
They're all right. They're the talk
of the town. Those $io men's all
wool suits. The London.
An omortunitv you should not
miss, to buy one of those $10 all-wool '
suits. Sommers & La Velle. I
See our line ot white blouse waists. I
The best selected line in town. Prices
from 25 cents to $2.25. The lxndon.
See the $2.50 men's in black and
tan vesting or kid top. Every pair
guaranteed at Hurst's. He cuts the
Attend the forced closing out sale
Ajcnev three cities. The Boston.
tnid of Lttlsnnta.
In an old Indiana case a man named
Shallcroes undertook to live up to his
name by musing an unlawful ferry.
lint the decision of the conrt said to
hini, "Yon shall not cross."
The name of an adopted citizen of
the Chickasaw Nation, whose adoption
was canceled and who was thereupon
expellfd, was Run Hannah.
A California woman who said in her
ill. "I have no fear of the hereafter;
O try Lord, teach me to live right.
then iu dji& there is no sting," bore
the prophetic Christian name of Eu
The name Dr. Pbysick. which might
le looked for in some allegory, appears
as the name of a real person in a recent
Some peculiarly suggestive combina
tions of names in the titles of cases are
these: People versus Kaiser, Prioet
versus Lackey, Kick versus Merry. Pro
of the Model if you want to buy shoes.1 Home Circle versus Winter.
at less than factory prices 1812 Sec
Made to measure shirts of every
description; tit guaranteed. If you
are hard to fit try us. we'll please
you. Stewart, the hatter.
S. S. Hull, the real estate agent, has
homes for salt) for from $800 to $1,000,
located in all parts of the city, which
he is offering at bargains.
For Saturdav, 50 spring overcoats
worth up to $?. 50. including herring
bones, for $5. The Londou.
Tomorrow will be the last day of
the special sale on ladies' shirt waist
sets, buckles, etc.. at Woltmann's
See the display in the window.
Iiock Iiland factory shoes for $1.65
to $2.50 cannot be equaled in the city,
as the shoes are Uock Island factory
made. Hurst, be cuts the price.
Children' suits, special sale, worth
$1.3J to $1.75. for Saturday $1. Only
100 suits in this lot. The London.
Some of the swelldoms who have
always paid $20 to $30 for made-to-order
suits are wearing M. & K. $10
suits, ami they look quite stunning.
Ilemetuber when you buy a bat
from us vou get the very best that
can be made for the price, as we Luy
only from . the best manufacturers,
which is a guarantee in itself in jual-
Grant versus Lockout Mountain Com
In reminiscences of the early Minne
sota bar Judge Charles E Flandran
tells in the Minnesota Law Journal of
an artrnment before the supreme court
in 1853 by ex-Chief Justice Goodrich
on liehalf of an Indian convicted of
murder. The Indian's name was Za-ai-
za, but as the counsel could not pro
nounce it he always referred to mm in
bis argument as "my client, Ahasue-
ras. " Case and Comment
Th IrrrarmlUc Small Boy.
This is a true story, and it really hap
pened in a New York family. It looks
as if it might be an old story brought
up to date or renovated for the occa
sion, but it is exactly as the small hoy
arranged it and not to the edification
(f his family. The email boy was very
fond of ice cream. It never cloyed his
palate. It was with the same delight
that he saw it each time brought on the
table, and upon each of these times he I
showed the exuberance of his feelings
by crying in rapturous tones: "Oh-o-ot
Ice cream I Ice cream! Ice cream!
much to bis mamma's annoyance.
"People will think we never have ice
cream or anything else to eat. "she said
to her son one day. "Now, we are going
to have company to dinner tonight, and
I don't want you to say a word when
the ice cream is brought on. " The small
boy promised. He really was a good
little boy. and be intended to mind, j
lint wnen tne cream was Drongnt on I
the old feeling of rapture waa ao strong I
that he forgot entirely and cried out
asnsnaL Then be remembered and stop
ped abort, looking very repentant. He
had not intended to call oat. and his
mother was mortified. He changed his
N e have Ice cream almost every I
night," he remarked carelessly. New I
i or k Times,
The beat watchmakers' oil cornea from
the jaw of the shark. About half a pint
is found ia each shark.
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
DA VID DON'S,
1613-1617 Second Avenue ROCK ISLAND.
We wish to announce the opening sale
of oui J a nous shoe for men the
tf tf n
These shoes are genuine
Goodyear welts on lat
est style lasts AA to g
EE and every pair
of Three Cities. j
Always come to us.
Our line is always com
plete and our prices are
consistent with the
quality of our goods.
Glance at the list
New Peas. Wax Means.
Oyster limits, Sweet, Potatoaa,
Spluaeb, Soup Bunches,
New Beets, Radishes,
Green Onions, Tie Plant.
Craoberrie, Eatlnjf apples.
BULK AND CANNED OYSTERS.
:SS0 Btonl a.
Thit Satisfied Feeling"
When jou buy an
Andrae, especially so
when you pay $5 for
one and then look aud
the other fellow paid
Ask an Andrae rider he
will tell you.
Prices $35. $40, $50, $55.
821 Twentieth Street, Hock Island.
303 W. Third St.. Davenport.
Tbls Is bouseoleantaf time, and
It U time t- Lave your clock
a specialty .
Cleaning and Repairing
Your Money Back
Is practiced here to the letter, as well as preached continuously. Other stores have
taken up the watchword, and If they practice what they preach, some of them will
find the practice more difficult than the preaching when applied to ordinary
tended and when
back it dissatisfied' is a safe policy only when It is fully In
the goods to which it is applied are made and priced so as
to be absolutely sure of giving satisfaction.
How much ready-to-wear doting in Rock Island justifies the
maxim, and how few of the stores
money cheerfully, without making
use of that
which, parrot-like, copy the phrase give back
a desperate fight to retain it by hook or
"Your monev back If dissatisfied" means here that we want the eoods back If
they should prove unsatisfactory, because we could less afford to have them
working against our future mamet than we could afford to promptly refund
No Matter What Article, Price or
M. & K. Will do Better.
About Half the Tailor's Price.
Is enough, for us, and ready to deliver on an hour's notice, with such free
alterations by our tailors as each Individual customer requires.
M. dc K. fine tailor made suits, bearing an M. K. label and sold with an
M. & K. guarantee price,
$10.00, $12.00, $15.00, $18.00
YOUR MONEY lACK
IF VOU fAY SO pgil
jiKrLrMwi' ri i i
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.