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THE ABGTJS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1900.
WEATHER WE MAT HAVE
Generally fair tonight; in
creasing cloudiness and prob
ably showers Friday.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 46,
at J:Z0 p. m. 60.
J. SI. SHEIilER, Observer.
6tndio, 1722 Second avenue, next Sat.
KUKI blKUN NtWS rUINIO.
Stores at Hynes'.
Saaer kraut at Ilorton's.
Bulk oysters at Horton's.
Buy a homo of Rcidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Barns.
New dill pickles at Ilorton's.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Ask for Cock Island Girl cigar.
Miss Bjrne3 for fine millinery.
Dresstd chickens at Schroedor's.
Knox and Stetson bats Lloyd's.
Ll3t your property with Eeidy Bro9
Sjoith's photo studio. Phone 4372.
New buckwheat flour at Ilorton's
Order vonr fresh fish at Hess Bros'
If you want jour property sold list
It with Hull & to.
New buekwheit Hour
fyrupet Hess Bros'.
Jardiniers of every description
Young & McCo Dibs'.
J. K. Hawthorne, dentist; Star block,
opposite Harper house.
Leave vour order with W. J. Mcel
Icr for Minnesota potatoes.
r.nameieu beauty pins o cents per
uozeri. i ounjj di aicLooa bs.
Call 'phone 1031 for your fresh fish
tomorrow. Hess liros
Ask to see our lar;e assortment of
jardiniers. Young & McCombs
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant
A car load of Snowllake Minnesota
potatoes at W. J. Moeller's.
A bijj assortment cf jardiniers at
.'U tents, o cents and $1 each at
Youuj & McCombs'.
The American laundry has the best
plant and does the best work in the
quickest time of anv in the three
Horseshoe brooches, in gold and
silver, only 10 cents. Young & Mc
Combs. You might as well have a stylish
turnout when you hire liverv. Order
of Cralle SCo., and have the best in
Sterling silver wishbone and horse
shoe brooches only 25 cents. Young
If you need any wiring or electric
work at any kind don't fail to call on
Fiebig & Itobb and get prices. All
work is lirst-class.
Mnyune Tea company will give
from Oct. is toi;, livopjiinds of sogir
with every ou-ctnt sale at the store
Don't fail to partake of the New
Knuland supper at Armory hall Sat
urday evening from 5 to 7 o'clock.
IMeuer's band, with 30 men, will
give a coucert at Harper's theatre
Sunday night, Oct. 14. Prices 10
and 16 cents. (Jet your seats reserved
Don't forget the big concert Sun
day night, Oct. 14, at Harper's thea
tre. IJiener's bund with SO men.
Prices lu and 15 cents. Sale of seats
Ferndalo tomatoes, linest oualitv in
the market, put up bv the Ontario
Preserving compmv. Middleport, N.
Y-, to Ixj had at V.'.'j. Mueller's. (Jet
a trial can.
The ladies of Sacred Heart parish
will serve a tine Neiv Kr. gland supper
at Armory hall Saturday eveniDg from
! to 7 o'clock.
Sunday night. Oct. 14, thfre will
be a big musical jubilee at Harper's
theatre whea Bleuer's band, with 30
lurn. give a line concert of all the lat
est muic. Oft your seats earlv.
Prices, 10 and 15 cents.
The Naval Reserves returned from
Peoria this morning, arriving at 7
o'clock on special cirs attached to the
morning Peoria freight. The boys
marched in the carnival parade yes
terday afternoon, and the Hock Island
Reserves gave a drill in the court
The funeral of Mrs. Katharine Zeig
ler was held at 2 o'clock yesterday
from the late home. 517 Thirty-hrst
street, Rev. V. S. Manjuis conduct
ing the services. The remains were
interred at Chippiannock cemetery.
The pallbearers were Charles Hans
gen, W. F. Scbroeder. John Ohlweiler,
Henry Fulcndorf, IV ..r Scherer and
A French literary club is about to
be formed ia liock island. The plan
includes conversation, declamations,
songs, etc.. besides a library and
journal j, all entirely in French. Those
desirlrg instruction can also be ac
commodated. A meeting of those
interested is to be held at Hakelier's i one should tell vou that
Chicken TbleTea Given a. Surprise Party by
Dr. Senaibauf b Motfsa. .
Port Byron, Oct. 11 Mrs. C. S.
Hunt visited a week with friends at
Miss Ethel Morgan came to visit her
grandfather, James Gibson.
J. Gillespie went out into Iowa to
look after matters relating to his
Mrs. J. M. Schall, of Geneseo, came
to visit in Port Byron.
Mrs. F. H. Henley and children, of
La Plata, Mo., came to visit Mrs. Hen
ley's parents, Capt. and Mrs. H. C.
Fred Saddoris and family, of York,
Neb., came to visit Mrs Saddoris'
parents and other relatives.
Thursday last J. N. Lame was ex
hibiting a sweet potato that weighed
five-and-three-quarter pounds and
measured 221 inches in circumfer
Corn is drying naturally and slow
ly, but it won't ao to crib yet, say
.Liouis i;ojgrove, or Moline. was in
Port Byron Monday last and sold his
house and lot to Henry Brandt for
L. Leftingwell and W. L. Straw, of
Moline, have returned from their
hunting trip to Spirit Lake, and al
thoush the weather was bad, they
brought home thirty chickers and
A H. Wcndt has improved the in
terior of his furniture store by putting
cown a new floor, a new stove, paper
ing and painting, which has materi
ally improved its appearance.
Kev. J. C. Craine performed a mar
riagre ceremony Wednesday evening
last, the groom baing Bryson Ackley,
oi i-.ldnuge, and Miss Kosi B. Cook,
or rert livron. ine marriage was a
I he premises formerly occupied by
Miss Mary Kennie as a millinery
store nave been rented by J. Philips,
who proposes to keep a lunch counter.
He has also rented the residence form
erly occupied by Henry Brandt.
r. L. Crompton has harvested a
second crop of potatoes of the "Early
Six Weeks" variety. The second crop
was not planted until a portion of the
urst crop was dug.
Kev. Millard, formerly of Port By
ron, now of liiompson, was visiting
friends Monday last.
rrof. Coddington, of the Le Claire
public schools, ha not been able to
move his family c that place on ac
count of the scarcity of residences.
However, he has now secured one and
expects to move the coming week.
Ihere being some persons in our
community who seem to have decided
thnt the world owes them a living, and
who have been making nightly visits
to "chicken houses, were somewhat
disturbed Saturday evening last. Dr.
Sensibaugh. hearing a racfcet among
the chickens, hastened and was just
in time to lire six shots at two re
treating figures, and judging from an
exclamation, the doctor is of the
opinion that one of them was hit.
Statistics have been compiled by
one of our citizens showing mat dur
ing the last four years 39 families
have moved away from Port Bvron
and 54 have moved in. Seven nave
become of age Charles Askew, Harry
Case, John Letsoa, C. B. Maxwell,
John Moore, William Moore. Prcv
Mix well. The following have died:
George All-m. Frank Billow, Abraham
Clark. Hammond Cooley, John Dom
strand, Luther Hutchinson, E. N.
llollister, Henry Keeley, Ed Moore,
M'.le Nicholson, Harvev Randall. H.
C Kiplev, Janes Rashburn, John
Schall and John Wassell.
Eastern Star Social.
The third in a series of tri city
Eastern Star socials was given last
night in the lodge rooms of the Kock
Island chapter. The rooms were
beautifully decorated and there was a
large company of ladies and gentle
men present to enjoy the festivities.
The program included addresses bv
Wortbv Matron V. A. Bollrcan, Rock
Island: Worthy Matron Anderson. Mo
line; Worthv Matron Bills. Davenport,
and W. McCaskrin, of Rock Island:
piano duet,Mesdames Hart z and Brook
man; vocal duet, Mrs. Severn and
Mr. Rush, Davenport; piano duet,
MissesGoldsmith; recitation, Miss Rod
erick, and a sketch, "The Students'
Rehearsal." which created much
Prices That Tell What We are Doing and Show Mow Much We UNDERSELL ALL OTHERS.
Extra heavy all wool Ingrain carpets, rich designs,
pretty colors at oUC
$ 16 massive solid oak sideboard, polished shape mirror
$6 velour covered couches, comfortable and strongly
made at 4,90
$6.50 handsome and strong solid oak, polished exten
sion table, top 42x42, extends six leet at 5.00
$1.50 Oak diners, deeply carved, strongly braced, very
$4.50 rattan rocker, beautiful pattern, comfort and
price that can't be beat 3,50
$2 woven wire spring.Jall steel any size at 1.50
$3.50 fancy iron beds, large posts, any size 2.50
80c Smvrma rugs, single door size, all wool
$20.00 three piece bedroom suits, elegant dresser with
French plate mirror at 75
$15 9x12 Shackford Smyrna rngs, heavy wave in rich
colorings and designs at ,0
Tapestry brussels, extra heavy and durable
$1.25 solid oak cane seat diners
$4.75 extension tables, solid oak, 6 feet long
$15 elegant rococo couches, 32 in. wide, rich designs
deeply tufted . 11,50
$14 sideboard, elegant designs finely carved and pol
ished, French bevel plate mirror "at 11,00
Special for Friday.
Ladies' black hose 5c a pair.
Men's socks. 10c kind, 5c a pair.
Faucv handkerchiefs 3c api:e.
Ladies' handkerchiefs. 25c kind.
12 quart tin dish pans 10c.
Fancy crepe paper, 30c kind. 19c a
Never break steel frjing pans, 35c
Eckhakt's, Twentieth street.
All Prices Through Our Store Are In the Same Proportions.
Keep Yoar Eyes Open and Watch Our Ads. We will Make It Interesting to You, and Know You will Buy Your Furniture and Carpets Here.
Give ns a chance to figure on
the shades for that new house.
W. S. HOLBROOK
Look at our beautiful line of
carpets. You will find some
thing to please you.
103 to 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
You Can Get
any and everything in
the way of fruit and
vegetables at our store.
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Celery, Oyster plant.
Parsley. Eg Plant,
Oranges, - Crab Apples,
California PlumsSugar Pears,
Malaga and Toka Grapes.
Spring Chickens Dressed to Order,
Dressed Chickens, Dressed Turkeys,
I I I
1620 Second Ave.
IS THE RELIABLE
Our hats have the
quality and style with
makers' name. Our
Furnishings are ex
clusive designs. Your
Shirts to measure
Lloyd's is the frace.
Harper House Block.
When you cannot sleep for cough
ing, it is" hardlv neccesarv that any
you need a
J few doses of Chamberlain's Couh
Remedy to allay the irritation of tbe
throat, and make sleep possible. It
f COUGH SYRUP fj&
Sore Lunes. Grirre.Prieu-
I monia and Bronchitis in a
i few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, ure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
, Couph Syrup. Price, 25c
I Don't be imposed upon.
I Refuse the Healer Mibtittue ; it
1 is not ftoM Ir. Tuli
1 Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism,
i Acnes and fains. 15 a jj cl.
is good. Try it. For
l-WHjni'-i 1 1 "-J -ll JM
Yen little knew when first we met
That some day you would be
The lucky fehow I'd choose to let
Pay for my Rocky Mountain Tea.
Ask yoar druggist.
It is exasperating to one who has
used Foley's Honey and Tar and knows
what it will do, to have a dealer rec
ommend something else as "just the
same" or "just as good." There is
nothing "just as good" for colds,
cough, croup, ligrippe. etc. For
salb bv all drn -ists.
The Top nf the
Geo. R. Davis
NEW FALL STYLES
The kind which causes people to turn and look at
you and. say: "There goes a well-dressed man.
Dollars to doughnuts he bought that suit at the
M. & K." Just as well have fashionable garments
when you are buying. They cost no more, look bet
ter, wear better, feel better, are better. Everybody
who sees our swell new fall styles says they are the
finest in the city. The prices are right, too. Our
Compare favorably with the made-to-order man's
$20 to $38 values. It's all folly to squander money
in having your clothes made now-a-days. Then
again you'll find an eastern touch here and there in
some of our nobby, swell suifs that is not often found
in tailor shops.
Don't You Thiok It Might Pay You to Spend a Few Moments
With Us Looking Over Our New Fall Styles?
170 J Second Avenue.
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11 1 mm nwp(. jpmmm.
X TWO BIG STORES.
ONE TINY LlTTJiE FKICE.