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THE ARGTTS, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1899.
Tb Wtthr W, May Htn
Bain tonic ht and Sunday: only slight
changes is temperature.
Today's temperature 62.
J. M. Siiuib, Obaerver.
Eberhart for a piano.
Call at Ilynes' tonight.
Dully Bros', shoe sale.
WaTerly bicycles at Ilynes'.
Base ball shoes at Spencer's.
For real estate, E. J.. Burns.
Shoe prices cut at Dolly Bros'.
Mangold's photos are the best.
Peoria steel ranges are leaders.
Sunbeam bicycle $25 at Hynes'.
Monday glove sale at Bennett's.
Louisville ball bats at Spencer's.
We sell real estate. Reidy Bros.
We buy real estate. Rcidy Bros.
Waverly bicycles, G. & J. tires, $30.
Summers & Co. for carpet sweepers.
Floor niattingat You ng&McCo nibs'.
Spalding's baseball goods at Spen
cer's. Ice cream soda at Bahnsen's drug
Summers & Co. for oil and gasoline
Have your tailoring done at Gus
Millinery this evening. Young &
Flenty of strawlerries at Hess Bros',
Don't forget "The Messiah." Par
Plenty of fresh vegetables at Long's
The famous Kennedy catcher's mitts
$ 1 gloves for 45 cents at Bennett's
Flenty of May sausage and ham at
Buy a Sterling bicycle, built like a
watch, at Spencer's.
Just received a large line of chiffon
:cm at II. F. Conies'.
Gust Englin for ycur spring suit.
1K0;$ Second avenue.
Second hand wheels from $1 up to
f IS at Ilynes tonight.
Indies' $1 gloves for 4.5 tents.
day only, at Bennett's.
Don't forget the Fourth avenue
fclioe store. Si-w styles.
Parlor acts from $15 up. They
can't be beat, at Conies'.
The ball -'nme tomorrow afternoon
will lie culled at '.i o'clock. j
Dili von know Manirold is in town?,1
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113 J'wetit v-third street.
Call and our new spring suiting-.
A. Kipp, the tailor.
Summers A: Co. for the Alaska re
frigerator, 'J'22 Twentieth street.
Plenty of fresh vegetables at Hess
Bros . this evening. Phone 1031
. Is. Douglas Mioex for sale at
Hurst's, opposite the Harper house.
Spencer is having an awful run on
the famous Yellow Fellow this vear.
shoe that other dealers ask $2.25 for
one not as good. Hurst, he cats the
Two first -class old experenccd pia
no tuners employed at Bowlby's. All
work warranted and charges reasona
ble. See the 2.50 men's in black and
tan vesting or kid top. Every pair
guaranteed at Hurst's, lie cuts the
See others' f 2.40 and f 2.50 shoes
then examine our $2 line. You will
boy every time. Fourth avenue shoe
store, 1501 Fourth avenue.
There are other soaps besides Anti-
Mas aboard soap made bcre at some.
The wrappers of any of our brands
are valuable for premiums.
Bock Island factory shoes for f 1.85
to f2.oU cannot be equaled in tnecity.
as the shoes are Rock Island factory
made, iiurst, lie cuts tne price.
Square pianos from $20 to $75,
and organs at about vour own crices
and on very easy payments all next
week at Bowlbv's special discount
Carl J. Mueller, of this city, and
John isrown, ol Aloline, nave pur
chased the famous colt, lxrd Carol, of
Max Petersen, of Davenport, for
i on have a large stock and nine
different old reliable makes of pianos
to select Irom. AH sizes and colors.
Big reduction in prices for next week,
William A. Smith, whose leg was
so seriously burned at the Svlvan
Steel works, is recovering nicelv. Dr,
G. G. Craitr, his physician, says he
will save the limb.
Parties desiring amusement privi
lejres at the Watch Tower for the sea
son of 1899 can arrange for the same
by addressing or calling George W.
lioswell. Harper house. ,
A complete line of spring and sum
mer styles, made to your measure,
Suits, fib up: pants, $4 up. All our
work is "tiaraDteed. A. Kipp, the
tailor, 328 Twentieth street.
Camp No. 29, M. W. A., has passed
resolutions thanking the Woodmen of
Toledo, Ohio, for the kindly manner
in which they cared for Phil Stombs,
a member of 29. during his recent
sickness in that city.
Why not be well dressed this spring
and have the latest style and the best
lit in your sprinr suit? Have it made
I liv J. B. Zimmer & Co.. instead of
Mon-! buying a hand-me-down, and then
Ivouwill lie sure to be satislied in
'style, lit and price.
Mavor P. II. Wessel and the new
Moline council met last niirht. Chief
of Police Kittelscn and all members of
his department were reappointed;
J. 2- Hawks was made chief of the
lire, department and Conrad Grantz
street commisioner and pluming in-
iothing like it the Alaska rtfrig- avenue fr
lor, for sale at Summers & Co's. 1 fe this
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I s lector.
Molornixn Kmn s Little Boy.
Motorman St. Vrain. of the Elm
street line, by rare presence of miud
and admirable control of his motor,
saved one of the little Italian
' boys lielonging in one of the Second
fruit stores from a cruel
afternoon. The bov.
as is the custom ot these child-
jdrcr, was playing in the street on
Second avenue between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets and heedlessly
back' n r off the east bound track 'to
Buy your garden seeds of Young & ,r(.t out of the way of a Third avenue
McCombs. Every package
Stearns is a bicvele, and a mighty
rood one at that; 15 and 50. at Sicn- . a car's length to
ccr's. ho succeeded in reversin
car ran right in front of the Elm
9trcet car. The movement was made
so quickly that St. Vrain had but
and applying the brakes in time to
save the youngster just - as the life
guard struck him, at I be same tinie
clanging the gong and screaming to
the boy at the top of his voice. The
Ihv escaped without a scratch.
If yon want a gaod lit in your
spring suit, have it made at tus En
glin's. The correct thing in ladies neck
near just received at Stewart's, the
Attend the secial glove sale Mon
day at Bennett's. 1 gloves for 45
Brings custom to Kipp's store this
making to order good clothes at easy
Ladies' lclts. collars, buckles and needed by Miss Bryncs.
millinerv at Young & McCombs' this ! extensive trade this sc:
Closing Oat tela.
Pianos, organs, sheet music and all
small instruments at first cost from
now until May 1. at Flanegan's. 1701
Second avenue. Reason for closing
out is that the room I now occupy is
Owing to her
season she needs
the room, so I must move. Here is a
I5est place to trade is at the Fourth nance, ,or irgain suen as nas
venue shoe store. Good shoes at ?eTer "Sn offcred in this locality be-
iore. i ne terms oi saie, io to
cash, then balance 8 to 15 per
month; 5 per cent off for cash. Pianos
of the very best make, such as the
old reliable Behning, the celebrated
Crown. Smith & Barnes, and others.
Don't forget the place, 1704 Second
avenue, Bengston block. Rock Island.
River Rlpleta. .
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. ni. was 7. SO, and
at noon .8o. I he temperature at
noon was 59.
The Verne Swain was in on her reg
ular trip in the short line trade.
The Hennepin came down, ami the
Hennepin. Ltmiberboy. Kit Carson
and Park Bluff went north.
We over-bought in ladies' 2 shoes,
tans and black, special sale price 1.50.
Curtains and portiers cleaned at
William Blascbke's dye works, 1412
Ride a Featherstone bicycle; they
are union made. None belter at the
New and nobby neck dressing for
men and ladies, just received, at Stew
art's, the batter.
You will be satisfied with your
spring suit if you have it made at J.
B. Zi turner & Co's.
Patee Crest bicycles." the original
35 wheel. The best in the world for
the money. Spencer.
Twenty-two carpenters were dis
charged at Rock Island arsenal yes
terday on account of lack of work!
l.fc.' will buy a vesting top ladies
The Only High Crad Baking
Powder Offered at a Mod
A M Ur Coarse.
Blirobns Yes. I always make it a
mlr to be prepared for the 'worst.
I la m by If I were in yonr place. I'd
do the tame thinir There's no telling
when that etnpid office boy of yonrs
may po to pleep and let come collector
crowd bis way in. Chicago News.
There are 25 pencil works in Bavaria,
of which 23 are in .Noretnberg. the
If r eat European center of the lead pen
cil trade. Tbeee factories empioy from
8,000 to 10.000 workers and produce
4,300,000 lead and colored chalk pencils
God coffee never made any perfon
feel the worse for having used it.
T. & T." brand is guaranteed abso
ftoluteW pure and the heat.
Subscribe for Thk Akg cs.
ii MCY0LES jj
No grade so high as ths Sky High Crescent grade. Call
and examine the 1S99 models at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
I LLOYD'S BICYCLES.
Eldredge, the wheel that
Miller Rides ....
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Representing 14 Leading Blcytlc Makers
o! tie World.
M ELDREDGE $50.00. 40.00. 35.00-
jvi COLUMBIA chainless, 9S model, $65. 00.
0 99 model. $75.00. chain. $50, 40, 25-
RAMBLER 30-inch, $45, $40. $35
jfd LUTUY highest price chain wheel made,
3 TRIBUNE $50, $40
t$ TIGER$50, $30.
jjv IMPERIAL 40, $30
3 ADLAKE $45. $30. $25
P IDEALS 00, $25- $20. $18
Sl IDEALS boys and girls, $16. $IS. $20
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge $50'
... Remember the Maine .
jpl Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
M Bicycle is at LLOYD'S,
Q Harper House Block.
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
Wholesale and Retail Itleycleo. Everything Hold fully guaranteed.
SUNDRIES AND REPAIRING.
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 lJeaua,
Oyster Plants, Sweet Potatoes,
Spinach. Soup Hunches,
New Beets, Radishes,
Green Onions, Pitt Plant.
Cranberrle, Kiitlnc apples.
IICLK AND CANNED OYSTERS.
IK 0 Sweat
EC K HART'S
Headquarters t"r lla-Furnlxhlng :xdn,
Prices the l-owent.
Wall paper cleaner, large size cans,
Ijcst made, J'.tc a can.
Good wash machines $2.49.
Biascl's cyeo bearing carpet sweep
er, special this weekjf 1.9S.
Larire sponges 10c.
Shelf paper, assorted colors, per
600 parlor matches for 5c.
Rolling pins, revolving handle be.
Wood potato masher 4c.
Feather duster 10c.
10-qiiart tin pails 10c.
4-juait co (Tee iots. tin 10c.
3-uart tin covered pails 8e.
Wire coat racks 3c.
Metal polish, 10c IkjUIcs for 5c.
100 piece tiinncr set, decorated 1.98.
CHAMBER SETS. Not the cheap
"oods that some dealers offer. Six
iiece set, all large pieces, decorated,
10-pieco set, decorated, nice pat
Discounts on all ball lamps this week. 25 per
Kakes. hoe. forks, etc. Poultry netting, all
si?s. Kcreen doors, wire cloth screen window s.
ew. L-0)lni; tackle. lull ioe.
TbLs is bouscclcantag time, and
it i time to have your clock
Cleaning and Repairing
Your Money Back
j0KKssvjsj "xrun.'vrLr ftxAjtw f&ifizajxjZF-
Is practiced here to the tetter, as well as preached continuously. Other stores have
taken up the watchword, and if they practice what they preach, some of them wilt
find the practice more difficult than the preaching when applied to ordinary
tiYour money back if dissatisfied" is a safe policy only when it is fully in
tended and when 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 use of that
maxim, and how few of the stores which, parrot-like, copy" the phrase give back
money cheerfully, without making a desperate fight to retain it by hook or
"Your money back if dissatisfied' means here that we want the goods back If
they should prove unsatisfactory, because we could less afford to have them
working against our future marKet than we could afford to promptly refund
No Matter What Article, Price or Place
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. 0 0, $12. 0 0, $15. 0 0, $18. 0 0
VOUR iUOJVEY BACK IF YOU SAY SO.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St Davenport.