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THE AEGTIS. FRIDAY, JUXE 2, 1899.
The Weather We May Bar.
Tartly cloudy with showers and thund
erstorm toniifbt and Saturday.
Today's temperature M.
J. M- Bhbrikk, Observer.
D11 J Bros.
Dolly Bros', shoes.
Dolly Bros', oxfords.
Pay your water rent.
Pay your water rent.
Dolly Bros, f 3 shoes.
Dolly Bros', f 2. 10 shoes.
Dolly Bros'. f3..10 shoes.
Dolly Bros1, ventilated shoes.
Leal lard at Gilmore's,
Dairy butter at Maucker's.
For insurance, . J. Burns.
Ribbon special at McCabe's.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Drink Milan artosian water.
Farms for sale. Beidy Bros.
Xberbart is selling the pianos.
Dressed chickens at Maucker's.
Six per cent loans. Keidy Bros.
Crash pants. Somrners & La Velle.
Bead Summers & Co.1 3 ad. page 7.
Straw hats. Sommers & La Velle.
Crash hats. Sommers & La Velle.
Shoe sale Fourth avenue shoe
Dressed chickens at 11. Tremann's
Kenmore bicycles 117.50 at Mc-
Best dairy butter 15 cents per pound
at Alaucker s.
A good second-hand bicycle for $10.
Alccaoe s annex.
See that line of straw hats at Stew
art's, the hatter.
Children's wash suits 25 cents.
Summers Ac La Velle.
Straw and crash hats, plenty to se
lect irom. Jiieionaon.
Have your furnace work done at II.
1. biemon s. 1 hone 4741.
Saturday at McCabe's. pretty, all
lined, fti tan jackets $3.25.
(Jhoice sprinjr chicken ana snrinsr
lamb at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Buy a jar of choice dairy butter at
! cents per pound at Maucker's.
i he sweiiesi line oi straw bats in
the city at Stewart's, the hatter.
Shoe sale men's shoes, latest styles.
fl a pair, fourth avenue shoe store,
Examine the bargains in houses
advertised by K. H. tiuyer on page 4.
Shoe sale children's shoes worth
fl for 50 cents. Fourth avenue shoe
Negligee shirts from 15 cents up.
ward, at M. & K.'s. 68 cents for the
Dewey camp, K. N. A., will cele.
bratc its 1st anniversary next Monday
All kinds of summer underwear at
the very lowest possible price. The
Something for a warm day. Blue
8erre coats and vests. Sommers &
Oxfords, all kinds, all sizes, all
shajx-s, all prices, at Hurst's, he cuts
Cortin Bros., of Chicago, have
opened a commission store at 2103
Just received at Beecher's
lot of fresh butter to sell at
15 cents a pound.
. M. &K. for underwear. 35 cents for
50 cent kind. Cheaper grade if you
want it. M. & K.
II. T. Sicmon has
Boynton and Front
1316 Third avenue.
Men's suits, were
roods, broken si.es.
Sommers & La Velle.
It's a snap, the $2.50 men's shoe in
black and tan kid or vesting top, at
Hurst's, he cuts the price.
A CD cent pants sale from 9 to 10 s.
ni. tomorrow tbey are cassimere
pants not cotton. M. & K.-
For one hour, from 9 to 10 a. m. to
morrow, men's cassimere pants, 69
cents, worth fl.eO. M. & K.
' The renovation of the Harper house
dining room is nearly completed.
The effect is rich and artistic.
But one pair to a customer nono
licfore 9, none after 10 a. m. cassi
mere pants, 69 cents. M. & K.
Saturday at McCabe's, sharp special
prices in wash skirt department, and
an immense stock to choose from.
XaturdavatMcCabc, those big val
ues. $10 and $12 ladies' suits $4.88,
the $15 to $25 ones $7.38 and $9.38.
Former County Supt. of Schools E.
B. McKeever bas been elected princi
pal of the Stewartville school, Moline.
Strictly pure . blackberry brandy,
pint bottles 25 cents, quart bottles 40
cents. Saturday only, at the Dia
mond. A sneak thief broke into a Chinese
I arber shop in Davenport tcday and
grot away with a lot of razors and
The Fourth avenue shoe store is tb
only place to eret jro-xl shoes for little
moDey. It's money out of your pock
ets it you forget it.
One hundred boys' colored laun
dcred shirts, collars attached, worth
50 cents, for 25 cents, for Saturday
only, ifce London.
. For Saturday only. Strictly pure
medicinal blackberry brandy, yuan
40 cents, pints 25 cents, at the Di
mond. Telephone 4392.
itie Jiostomans, who tilled an cn
gage me nt in Davenport last night, de
parted lor yuincy on a special BU
nngton train this morning.
Why pay $2.50 for shoes when you
can get a Koek island union made
dies' shoe, in vesting or kid top, black
or tan, for $2, at Hurst's, be cuts the
itememuer me kock island union
made shoes are always easy on the
feet from the first time you wear
them. From $1.85 to $2.50. At
Hurst's, he cuts the price.
There are more Royal and Triumph
furnaces in use in this locality than
any other two makes of furnaces
l lie reason is because they are the
best they always eive satisfaction
Sold by John T. Moftsker.
To parties harinjr money to invest
$100, $150. $200, $250. $300 to $500
and up can place same in Jin invest
ment absolutely secured and paying
per cent. Apply to E. J. Burns, room
12, Mitchell dc Lvnde buildin.
Mrs. Emelia Schroeder wishes
express her gratitude to Camp 809
M. W. A., molders of the Rock Island
Plow company and to neighbors and
friends for kindly assistance rendered
during the illness and death of her
buslmml, the late John Schroeder.
The girls of the Moline central tel
ephonc exchange have arranged
grand moonlight excursion for next
Tuesday evening, June 6, on the
steamer Winona and barse. There
will be music and dancing, and re
frcshments will be served. The boat
will leave Rock Island at 8:15.
V e are still hammering away on
those fo.a men s all wool suits,
worth $10 to $13.50. None in the lot
wortn less than it's a good thing
for you, that's the reason we keep
everlastingly advertising them. You
had better come and get one of these
suits. New lots added right along to
strengthen the line. The London.
REDUCTION ON MILLINERY
the agency for
$12.50 to $14.50
all go at $10.
Special Sate on Trimmed Hats and Straw
Bailors at Itonton Store, Uavenport,
ror the next 10 days, commencing
tomorrow, Saturday, June 3, we place
25 dozen ladies' and children's
sailors, each 25c
'.r, filvloa lailiAa' Tiispfln filrnw
sailors, in chip and rough
braids, white and colors, sold
as high as $1.50, none less than
$1. Your choice of the lot for
200 white trimmed hats for ladies
and misses for, each $3 and. . .$2.00
All of our Parisian trimmed hats.
which were brought here from Paris
as models for our millinery depart
ment lor just one-hair price.
25 dozcu Knox block sailors, for
If vou are in need of a hat, either a
sailor or a trimmed one, don't fail to
visit the daylight store. The finest
millinery department in the west. Re
HAKNEP & VOX MALK.
A Sharp Calculation
is necessary in order to tell time by
some watches. A watch bought here
is reliable. You need not add to nor
subtract from the time marked on
its face. We see to it that watches
tell the time right all the time.
.. W. Ukookmak,
The Twentieth street jeweler.
opening lunch at the Club sa-
V FOOD J
night. James York,
' Qaeer Oriel of a. UoteL
They say that the best hotel in Texas
is to be found at Belton. a town on the
Santa Fe road and' is kept by "seven
sanctified sister. aa the proprietors
are popularly called. Several years ago
a woman in the place and ber bnsband
quarreled over the best way of ex
pounding the Scriptures to a Sunday
school class and were so stubborn that
they separated and were finally di
vorced. This family controversy was taken
up by tbe town, which was soon dis
tinctly divided between the adherents
of the bnsband and the adherents of the
wife. The result was a large crop of di
vorces, and seven bnsbandless women,
including the original cause tbe com
motion, joined together and rented tbe
town boteL One of them did the cook
ing, another was parlor maid, a third
made up the beds, and so they divided
tbe work among them and ran the es
tablishment on the co-operative plan.
Chicago Record. .
' Oac f the Mala RoqataMrs.
'I thought be bad all tbe elements of
a successful artist for tbe humorous
weeklies, and yet be failed."
"Tea. be failed to make the feet and
tbe months large enough to be consider
ed real humor." Chicago Poet. -
Train up a child in tbe way be
should go, hnt don't overtrain him, or
be will be pretty sure to go in an oppo
site direction. Boston Transcript.
Tbe price of medicine in Prussia is
regulated by tbe state, a new price list
being published every year.
THE PERFECT WHEEL
AT THE RIGHT PRICE.
Its reputation has been won by
its merits. You will be proud
to compare it with any other
wheel made, and you will know
that your neighbor paid just the
same price for his Crescent as
Price and Quality Guaranteed.
Adults' Chain Models. . , . .$35
Bevel Gear Chainless Models $60
Always Clean, Fresh and Sweet, .
Can only be said of
The largest line and lowest prices
in the city.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
We are showing the swellest
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line or low cuts In the Trlcltles. We can give
you all new shapes and patterns, fancy vest'
Ings, etc. All Widths. Hand sewed. ISo
Full Line of Men's Low Cuts.
If You Want
The full value of your
money it will pay you to
watch this space. This
week we will have:
Summer Squash, llermudaOn'onn,
t.gg l'Uut, Head aud Leaf
Pine Apples. lilood Oranges,
14 aval Oranges,
Sprint; Cuickens dressed to order.
W avert y
At $30 Are Winners.
They are Ctted with sliding
adjustment in cone that gives
the wheel that easy glide.
Call and try them at
824 Twentieth Street Sock Island.
803 W. Third St., Davenport.
We have a beautiful
Rich Cut Class,
Sterling Silver Ware,
Fine Plate Ware
and Mantel Clocks.
Do not put your money
in cheap Cut Glas, it
is dear at any price.
We handle nothing but
the best hand cut. -, ?1
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Manufacturing; ' - '
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A. Little Better Article
At a Little Less Price
Than you expect to pay is the M. & K. method of serving
their patrons. The character of M. & K. merchandise
and M. & K. reputation as UNDERSELLERS has .
gained for us an enviable position which keeps the crowds
headed M. & Kward. This is said not in a spirit of brag,
but because it is of direct interest to you, that you may
know where the best goods at the least price are sold,
and, like Rodyard Kipling, we say, "Lesf You Forget,
We Say it Vet," that your money back, quick, if you are
not satisfied, makes the M. & K. a safe trading place.
Is ht much to pay for a man's suit, but when you see the magnificent
line we are selling at this price and count the difference you have saved,
you will then appreciate our method and reputation as underselers.
For suits you were prepared to pay $10 for, causes you to wonder ho w
We can do It, but It brings you to our store and back when you want
For suits other dealers ask $15 for would be a bold assertion for
any other store except the M. K., but It's , an M. & K. promise
' and our say-so In the newspaper Is our do-so In the store.
We are continuing the sale of Knee Pants
$5.00 Suits at $3.95.
As soon as one lot runs out another is substituted to take
its place. The line grows stronger right along.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island!
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115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.