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THE ARGUS MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1899.
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Tht Weather We May Hf.
Sbori tonight and Tuesday: but
little change In temperature.
Today a temperature "3.
J. H. Suibkb, Observer.
Hynea sells stoves.
Gtlf goods at Spencer's.
Buy a home of lit id j Bros.
For Insurance, E. J. Burns.
For real estate. E. J. Burns.
Drink Gipps' union made Leer.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
Telephone 44-4:5. E. E. Mangold.
Da nee at Turner ball every Tuesday.
List your property with Keidy Bros.
Kegent 3.50 shoes, W, at Dollys'
Kegent f.l.SO shoes. 3, at Dollys'.
Kegent $:3.5u shoes. f:i, at Dollys'.
Calf-iined $2.40 shoes, at Dollys'.
Calf-lined 2.40 shoes. at Dollys'.
Calf-lined fii.40 shoes, f:J, at Dollys'.
Winter tan 2.40 shoes, $2, at Dollys'.
Winter tan t'2.40 shoes, f:.'. at Dollys'.
Winter tan $2.4Ushi.e. 2, at Dollys'.
Butterine, thelinest.at Schroeder's.
iet t he best. Martell lu-cent ci
gars. (lame and oysters at Harms' res
taurant. Every krg of (Jipps' ler lears the
lib ion label.
Steele's pantitorinm ha a telephone
now. Call 47'2.
A 14-inch linion-iuade stove for
f'.'.6. at Ilynes.'
Martell 10-trent cigar. 1'ure as gold.
I'alace cigar store.
Galvanic soap saves time, fuel, la
lior, clothes anil money.
Dancing school at Koeho's hall Sat
urday evening. Admission io cerjts.
Call for Huesing's soda and mineral
water. They are the lest on the mar
ket. (Jipps Hewing company's products
are union made. Drink union made
Merchants' dinners and regular
board by the week at Harms' restau
rant. No uied to boil clothes when you
use Galvanic soap, the famous ea.y
A perfect dream of deiight. Mar
tell 10-cent cigar, l'alace cigar store,
Have your watches, clocks and jew.
elry repaired at Brookman's. All
Drop in. Try one. You'll want more
of t hem. Maftell 10-cent cigar. Pal
ace cigar store, distributer.
August SlelTen, Sr.. one of the pi -neer
German residents of Davenport,
died yesterday, aged 75 years.
Upon the reconvening of the circuit
court this afternoon the case of Mrs.
Telitha Munro vs. Samuel Bowles was
called for trial.
The l.rth anniversary of the Ilo-k
Island Y. M. C. A. was celebrated at a
union service at the First Methodist
church last night.
The lest ever produced for the
money. 10-cent straight and three for
25 cents. Martcll cirars. Falace
cigar store, distributer.
Allow us to introduce you to Mar
tell. Krebs, Wentlieint '& SchifTer's
latest and best 10-cent cigar. Trade
supplied by I'a'ace cigar store.
If you are thinking of purchasing a
home this fall and thereby avoiding
the discomfort of having to move this
winter, call and see S S. Hull Si Co.
Room L'l. Mitchell & I.rnde building.
Byron Kush. corner Thirteenth
street and Sixth avenue, is a profes
sional horse breaker and trainer, and
tlesires to receive orders for his line of
Tickets for a trip around the world
are now on sale at Walker's book
sts-re. Charles Adams's, Totten's music
house, Marshall & Fisher's and M. F.
S. S. Hull & Co. have discontinued,
for a short time, their printed list of
real estate. But call upon them and
get their private list of bargains.
Uoom -Jl, Mitchell V Eynde building.
Many of mir citi.ens have today re
ceived a sample of Galvanic soap, the
famous easv washer. A full list of
dealers now have Galvanic soap on
sale and will be published later in this
The bull rushes below the railroad
track near the old abbatoir in the west
end of the city have been burning S!uee
noon. Chief Hastings has stationed
Hose company No. '2 to protect prop
erty. The Iowa State I'uiversity football
eleven, which comes here for a game
Thanksgiving, passed th ough the
city today enroute home from Chica
go, where the Hawkeye lys broke
even Saturday with the Northwestern
Miss Flossie Thomas, a 10-vear old
lass whose home is on Michigan ave
nue in South Bock Island, won the
Buck's Junior range at Young & Mc
Combs' baking contest Saturday
afternoon Ly baking the lest pan of
A representative of the Northwestern
Railroad company was in Davenport
Saturday to ascertain if it would be
possible next summer to run excur
sions direct to Rock Island arsenal.
Which proves conclusively," says
the Republican." "that the North
western will enter Davenport over the
new D., C. & E.
John Bjorklund. of Moline. suffer
in?r from senile dementia, was ad.
judged insane in the county court by
a jurv composed or Ir. . r. nan.
V. Eckhart. W. A. Hubbard, W. J.
H. Kerr. Joseph Winkler and Emil
Ilokinson.' The patient was ordered
committed to the hospital at Water-
Last Friday's ladies' golf match at
the arsenal also linally decided the
contest for the prize offered by the
club for the best 9-hole score made by
a woman in a regular club contest
Mrs. C. I'. Skinner, of Moline. the
champion woman golfer of the club,
who made the remarkable score of .o,5
in the championship contest, carried
off the prize.
Funeral services over the remains
of Peter Johnson were conducted yes
terday afternoon at the home on Thirty-lift
h street, Bev. J. L. Murphy offi
ciating. J he interment was at the
German Lutheran cemetery. The
pallbearers were: Allert Bonne, John
Roehr, Charles Nelson. Chris Daniel-
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son. August itannecKe aii-t joscuu
Li nd holm.
Mrs. Caroline Johnson and family
desire in publicly express their grati
tude to neighbors ami friends for sym
pathy shown (luring the illness ami
death of husband and father. Mrs.
Johnson also thanks the Prudential
Life Insurance company for the
prompt payment of insurance held on
the life of "her late husband.
Two Ilia; Ni'fki.
"Once, wlieii I was In New York
pome yeiirs ago." saiil A. W. Whelpley,
I found myself one afternoon stand
ing before a counter in one of that
city's largest dry goods bouses select
ing some collars.
"A yood many men sallied up while
I was there and ordered collars of
various sizes, from 1.'! to IS.
I heard a full, rather hoarse voice,
ask for 'turn down, 1M.'
' I turned to note the man with the
thick neck and beheld G rover Cleve
land beside me. I knew him by bis
resemblance to the fellow on the cij;ur
I had been given my change and a
small incket of wares by the auburn
haired goddess of the counter, and with
one more glance at the generous pro
portions of the man of destiny I was
moving away when, strangely enough,
the autocrat of the house of congress,
Tom Heed, came steaming up to the
"There they stood, neither evidently
knowing the proximity of the other.
"Ami bless me if lie didn't ask for
collars, 'second medium, welt baud,
turned front. 21 !'
I wondered if he thought, the store
provided a surveyor for such mon
strous measures, but the goddess was
equal to the occasion and handed out
the desired size." Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Only High Crade Baking
Powdor Offered at a Mod
HAL Z EY
Hint Kor Wrltera.
I uii't moisten your new pen between
your lifts before you Ix-gin to write.
Take your cheap steal pen, dip it in the
ink. then hold it in the llame of a
match for a few seconds, wipe it care
fully, dip It Into the Ink again. ai..
you have a that will make glad
the lieart within you. Try it once.
lie M Intake the KfTert for the Cause."
That is what the person does who
tries to cure rheumatism or any other
disease by relieving the symptoms.
Hoed s Sarsaparilla attacks the cause
of these diseases. It neutralizes the
a3id in the blood and thus per
manently cures rheumatism. It tones
and strengthens the stomach, re
stores its natural digesting Hinds and
permanently cures dyspepsia.
Hood's Pills cure constipation.
Academy of the Visitation, conduct
ed bv the sisters of the Visitation,
Sy:5'. Fifth avenue. Rock Island. The
academic, preparatory and kinder
ten departments of the new academy
will Ih opened Monday, Sept. 18.
Superior advantages in music, art.
elocution, physical culture and the
Nctlee to Contractor.
Sealed proposals will Ik? received at
the citv clerk's ollice. Rock Island,
111., until Mondav October 16th. 1 b'J'J
at 5 ocloek p. ni. for painting hose
house No. 'J. 1 wo coats outsiuc. one
coat inside, colors to be selected by
tire and light committee. Only first-
class material to be used, and union
He Fooled the Surgeon.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton
of West Jefferson. Ohio, after suffer
ing 18 months from rectal Fistula, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed: but he cured himself
with live l-xe or liucKien s Arnica
SalvE. the surest pile cure on earth
and the best salve in the world,
cents a box. Sold bv Hartz & Ulle-
A Short sad Story.
A cold. Neglect. Pneumonia. Grief.
Had Folev's Honev and Tar been
used, this story would have had a hap
pier ending. 'Jo and oO cents.
Kills them. Rheumatic pains
lame back, diarrhoea, sprains, pleu
risy, sore throat, frost bites, with
Mull's Lie-htning Pain Killer. 25c all
The Largest Assort
merit and Lowest Prices
In the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
MBit V- J
We wish to call attention to our line of ladles' welt shoes, especially
our $3 grades.
For snap and style they are unequaled, and wearing qualities, the
Mannish styles and straight, round toes also, extension edges, A A
III L IVaW W I M
Sleepy Eye Flour?
I Tried and Never Found
1 True. VsJsQ) Wanting.
Two Big Stores with Honest Prices,
If you haven't, a trial order
will convince you that there
is none better. Each and
every sack is fully guaranteed
Hess Bros. Have Just Re
ceived a Carload
of this celebrated Hour and
would be pleased to have you
give it a trial.
l;( Second avenue.
Now for a Snap
At Hynes. A 14-inch union
made stove, jointless base,
Call and see the line, and
compare our prices with
824 Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
303 V. Third St., Davenport.
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from backs and
butldine associations and loans trrunted
tor a period of 3. 5 or T years, or If pref
erable loan can be redeemed by yearly
or balf yearly In.stallrrentt of principal
ad interest. In iue uni-r case, inter
est to be compTited and charged on
balance actually owlnr at end of
each year. Money to belp you buy a
borne, build a borne, pay on a morttratre.
pay back Interest, or taxes, lift liens,
stop foreclosures, or elTect necessary
Improvements. Money to loan on
life insurance policies, legacies, inher
itances, undivided interests In estates,
real estate in probate, leaseholds and
annuities. Money to finance meritori
ous Inventions, or u pi ce patents on
tbe Eneiisb and American markets. If
requiring; money on any class of se
curity, write to or call on
195 La Salle St.,
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
Tbe premium payers of tbe state are main
talnlr.fc a fund by popular ubacr'.pilOB from
which is offered a
Reward cf S200
Py tie nndermmed association for the arrest
and conviction ofsfcey incendiary In any of tee
vOPK3TY OWNIKS FIRS ASSOCIATION'
Book lsiaaO, IL
Is the VERDICT of our customers and visitors after going through our mammoth stock. Yes a truly
wonderful clothing store that has everything that is stylish and desirable, and that too in great
plenty. No limit to your selection. Care and thought are given to the variations in sizes short and
fat, tall and slim. We have your size and can fit and please all mankind.
IN THIS CLOTHING STORE
We can furnish you for immediate wear. Just such smart looking, correct well made suits as an order
placed weeks ahead will bring from the tailor and why not? Cloth couldn't be better none but pure
wools are ever used making it just as careful finish it just as smart-fit is sure to follow these conditions-then
rgair there is the saving an important item to all men. Here are some of the
Quick, Slick Picks That Cast in the Shade Every Suit
Value iD Town for the Price.
Single-hreasted sacks, with double
breasted vests and pej; top trousers of the
season's latest style, aud cut in all the vary
ing shades and patterns in cassitnere,
worsteds and rough-faced Scotch effects. In
fact this season's productions styled to the
$10, $11.85, $15 and $17.
Men's Fine Dress
Our showing in Mack suits for evening
and semi-dress wear caiinot he equaled out
side of the large cities. I'rince Albert, silk
faced, if you want them; three-button cut
away, long tailed Tuxedo, and plain, .single
breasted sacks, trimmed and tailored up to
the smartest notch at
$12, $15.50, $18, $25.
Men's Single Suits.
Cut in single and doublc-brcastcd sacks,
plain single-breasted vests with small notched
collars. All new weaves and colors. A
tasty, stylish and durable suit at the eco
nomical price of
$10, $13.50, $15, and $18.
BOYS AND LITTLE FELLOWS'
Clothing is not attractive -unless it possesses enduring qualities in the wear. Those that come from us
are not only stylish, but wear well, and we guarantee you the completest satisfaction in
QUALITY, PATTERN, STYLE AND PRICE.
Your Money Back it You Want It.
W PMrW Pft WWJ,;;mk
"SB - J
1729 Second Avenue, Reck Island.
!15 and 117 W. Second St.. Davenport.