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THE ABGUS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER J5, 1000.
WEATHER WE MAT HAVE
Generally fair tonight and
Friday- continued ' icarm
J. M. SlIERIER, Ot,zerver.
Temperature at 7 a
at 3:30 p. jju
772. 5 7,
lie sure to register.
Way a home of lleidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Burns.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Klas at Young & McCombs'.
Shears ground at Saijthe's.
Stoves at YouDg & McCombs'.
Ask for Rock Island Girl cigar.
Miss Byrnes for fine millinery.
Bicycle repairing at Smythe'a.
Jackets at Young & McCombs'.
Dresssd chickens at Schroeder'a
Knox and Stf tson hats Lloyd's.
Millinery at Young & McCombs'.
Ust yonr property with Keidy Bros.
Call for La Flor de E. T. D., 10 cents
Vote the democratic ticket straight.
Phonographs at Young & McCombs'.
Just opened a barrel of saner kraut
at Ilorton s.
If you want your property sold list
It with null & Co.
Plenty of New York apples by the
barrel at Hess Uroa .
IJuv yonr electric supplies at Eck-
hart's, cheapest place.
Plenty of white fish, cattish, trout
and bulTalo at Hess Bros'.
Try a sample of I. ). I). Guaran
teed to heal without a scar.
Order your fresh lish of Hess Bros'
tomorrow. Telephone 1031.
J. E. Hawthorne, dentist. Star
block, opposite Harper hcuse.
Tuesday, Oct. 30, is the last day of
registration for the fall election.
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, consult Goldsmith & McKee.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lnnch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Kerler Bros, for carpet, feather and
mattresseleaning. Seventeenth street
Mattresses of all kind renovated by
Kerler Jiros., Seventeenth street
Order your potatoes at Hess Bros'
Tliey will have a car of Minnesota
('ailet Boss is here to assist Cupt
Barrett, in charge of the local Salva
tion army, for a month.
Mrs. John Benton was removed
from her home. 1321 I if th avenue, to
St. Anthony's hospital today.
Victor Sarnor, of Chicago, is to ad
drcss a German-American republican
rally at Turner hall next Tne.day
The American laundry has the best
plant and does the best work in the
quickest time of any in the three
Carl V., .1-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Everson. of Moline, died
yesterday of diphtheria after a week's
The annual meeting of the Ladies'
Sewing society of the First M. E.
church will Le held in the church par
lors tomorrow afternoon at 2:30.
The funeral of Mrs. S. A. Davis will
will be held a 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon from the residence of II. L.
Wheeian to Trinity Episcopal church.
Fay Hawes camp, II. N. A., No. 2S1,
will give its lifth annual ball at Ar
mory hall Friday evening. Oct. 26.
All lloyal Neighbors and Woodmen
Mrs. B. A. Miller, of South Moline,
has len arrested on a charge of crim
inal liable, preferred by Mrs. C. F.
Stanley. The trouble had its origin in
a letter written by Mrs. Miller to Mrs.
J. G. Smith and family wish to pub
licly return thanks for the many acts
of kindness shown by neighbors and
friends during the illness and at the
death and funeral of their beloved
wife and mother.
Fourteen quart dish pans 10 cents,
egg beaters 1 cent, painted slop pails
25 cents, 2 quart granite iron pudding
pans 10 cents, white cups and saucers
25 cents a set, 10-qiiart galvanized
iron pails 15 cents, at Eckhart's.
The favorite Chase-Lister company
will present a grand scenic produc
tion of "The Smugglers," at Harper's
theatre Sunday night, at popular
prices. The company is a capable
one and carries a car load of special
Mr. and Mrs. John Boehl, of Daven
port, yesterday afternoon identified
the remains of the man killed in the
railroad yards last Monday as those
of their son Fred. The remains were
disinterred and removed to the family
residence in Davenport, the funeral
occurring at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The waterworks committee last
nigt awarded to H W. Horst a con
tract for the erection of a pump house.
at the reservoir site. Mr. Horst's bid
was $2,643. The other bids were:
Collins Bros., $2,888; Aaron Ander
son, $2,895; John Konosky, $2,937; P.
t. Trenkenschnh. f3,U4. the bond
ing: is to be of brick with stone trim
ming's and slate roof. It is to be com
pleted by Dec. 10.
W. C. Haacker to Insurance Han.
Henceforth . C. Maucker pro
poses to give his entire attention to
the secretaryship of the Home Build
in? and Loan association and the lire
and life insurance business. After a
thorough investigation of Mr. Donald
son's insurance accounts with the
various companies (which were found
absolutely correct) the transfers of
all the companies formerly in the
agency of E. W. Hurst and K. A. Don
aldson have been merged into one
agency, with Mr. Maucker as resident
agent, and we feel safe in predicting
for Mr. Maucker, in his new venture,
that success which has attended him
in hi3 former business undertakings.
I he agency is certainlv a strong o
as it contains the following old time-
tried insnrance companies:
Commercial union Assurance com
pany, insurance Company of JSortn
America,' London Assurance Corpora
tion, North British & Mercantile In
surance company, Fire Association of
Philadelphia, Liverpool & London &
Globe Insurance company, Delaware
Fire Insurance company. Mercantile
Fire and Marine Insurance company
of Boston, New Hampshire rire In
surance company, William sburgh
City Insurance company, Continental
tire Insnrance company, fiirard lure
Insurance company and Hanover Fire
Mr. Maucker also has the agency of
the Lloyd's Plate Glass Insnrance
company and the union Casualty &
Surety company, of St. Louis, Mi.,
and the popular Mutual Bene lit Life i
Insurance company or Newark, N. J.,
in wmch many or our business men
it is Mr. Maucker s intention to re
tire from any part'eipatioa in the
management of the grocery business
in which he still has a financial inter
est, and he has also transferred his
livery business to his brother James
11. Maucker. that he may give his un
divided attention to his new vocation.
Why Shouldn't Th.ey?
. CREATE A BIG STIR
With Everybody Else's Trices Going Up. Up. UP. Nobody Ever Expected That We Could Give Such Really GREAT VALUES. YET HERE THEY
ARE and There are Hundreds of Families in This City Who Will Save a Good Deal of Money By It.
Zinc binding with corners and tacks
$9 ladies' writing desk, golden oak polished finished
at . 6.75
$30 parlor suit, three pieces, golden oak or mahogany
. frame 24.00
Good linoleum, this week,
per yard 47lc
$13 library table, genuine mahogany or golden oak,
polished finish 10.00
Good all wool
Oilcloth rugs, li yards long,
best grade, at
$17 combination bookcases, large French plate
mirror at 12.00
$1.75 screens, oak or mahogany, three folds,
sateen tilling, at 1.25
$20.00 handsome bedroom suits, three pieces, largo
French plate mirror at 15.00
$5 extension tables, six feet long, polished
finish, at . .
60c easels, solid oak,
PRICES WILL BE LOWER THAN OURS.
103 to 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
Good Things to
is our motto. You can
always lind plenty of
the good things of life
at our store.
Wax Deans, Cucumber,
ALL AKOL.fD ANDALUSIA.
Andalusia, Oct. 25. The revival
meetings at the Baptist church closed
last Thursday evening.
Peter Kruse spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Simmons.
Air. ana airs, unpin .Moore have a
The Misses Clara Harrington and
Blanche Burgoyne visited the Green-
bush and Timber schools Monday.
A lew of our young people attended
the uancc at Reynolds triday evening.
All report a good time.
Alfred Mosher and Norma Simmons
attended a birthday party at Milan
George Britton had a valuable horse
die of lung fever Sunday.
A report has reached this village of
the marriage of Miss Madge Burgoyne
ana Allien isurkett.
Misses Malel Brookman and Doris
Mosher visited in Reynolds Wednes
day and Thursday.
i here is to be a democratic rally at
BulTalo Wednesday evening, Oct. 31.
A small crowd of men. and bovs
gathered at the corner of J. F.
Mounts' store Saturday afternoon.
By inquiring why they were there, it
was learned they were trying to raise
a republican llag, which they finally
succeeded in iloatlng to the breeze
amid the faint cheer of the few who
saw the performance. The usual
amount of wind-work that is so
abundant on such occasions was fur
nished by our local "Mark Hanna,"
and the committee was pleased to note
that there was a suflicient amount of
it left to lloat the llag after using
liberal supply in erecting the poles.
A Thousand Tongncs
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. Springer, of Philadelphia,
when Dr. King's New Discovery cured
her of a hacking cough that for many
vears had made life a burden. She
says: "After all other remedies had
tailed, it soon removed the pain in
my chest and I can now sleep sound
ly, something l can scarcely remem
ber doing before. 1 feel like sounding
its praises throughout the universe."
Dr. King's New Discovery is guaran
teed to cure all troubles of the throat.
chest or lungs. Price 50 cents and
$1. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemever's drug store.
Malaga and Toka U rapes.
Dressed Chickens, Dressed Turkeys,
I HESS BROS.
S K. SWELL
NEW FALL STYLES
1620 Second Ave.
Up to date Store
Styles in Shirts,
Agent for Knox,
$3 00 Hats.
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
Jt COUGH SYRUP g
7 Sore Lnnsrs. GriDue.Pneu-
1 ' -:-
monu iuiu urom'imia in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a 6low, pare
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c.
Don't be imposed upon.
Kefuc the dealer u!v.tititc ; it
is not a 4 jztmkI 3 Ir littir
Solvation Oil cures KbcumatissB,
Aches anJ Puna. 15 & is ct.
Stockholders' Annna.1 Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Peoples Power company i
win oe neia ar. tne general oluces of
the company. No. 1C0 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. 111., on Friday.
Ncv. 23, 1900, at 3:30 o'clock p. m".,
for the purpose of electing directors
for the ensuing year, and for the
tiansaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meet
irg. S. S. Davis, Secretary.
Near Seal Jactaeta.
All furs our own manufacture. We
i save you mi Idle profits and sell re-
; liable furs. Richter, furrier, Daven
port. I Saloon Notleea.
Chicken lunch Friday evening at
reter lny s, l wentv-fourth street-
' and Third avenue.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothinjr so cood as Chamber-
l Iain's Pain Balm. Trv it. For sale
1 bv all druggists.
The Top nf the
Geo. R. Davis
You little knew when tirst we met ;!
That some day yon would be
The lucky fellow I'd choose to let
Pay for my Rocky Mountain Tea.
Ask your druggist.
170? Second Avenue.
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
ults and Overcoats
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 suits that is not often found
in tailor shops.
I Don't You Think It Might Pay You to Spend a Few Moments f
With Ds Looking Over Our New Fall Styles?
i TWO BIG STORES.
ONE TLW LITILE PRICE