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THE ABGHJS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBERS I90P.
UEATHER WE MAY HAVE
Fair tonight ani Sunday;
J. Af. SHERIEK, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 40,
at 3:30 p. m. 01.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Fur insurance . J. Barm.
Hay your horns at Eckhart'd.
For ri;nJ estate, E. J Barns.
Ask for ttock Island Girl cigar.
Miss Byrnes for fine millinery.
Knox and Stetson bats Lloyd's.
List your property with Eeidy Bros.
Call for La FlordeE.T. D-, 10 cents.
Candy at Young & McCombs' this
Fine display of fruits at Hess Bros',
If yoi want your properly sold list
it wl-.n Hull & Co.
Plenty of dressed chickens at Hess
The best 50-cent and $1 underwear
at Stewart'.-, the hatter.
New line of fancy china just re
ceived at 1'. K. Mitsch & Co.
So place like Clemann & Salz
mann's for carpets and furniture
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, consult tioldsmitn at Mch.ee.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at n oo I our at Harms' restaurant.
K.gir.tering valuable mail matter in
sures its safe transmission id t
For strictlyl-tyli-.h and up-to-date
milliuerv see Aire. La Frenz, the mil
Iflooking for an iron bed that is
up-to-daU-.it-e Clemann & Salmanu'd
S;lect your vegetaMes lor jour
Sunday dinner at Hess Bros, this
l.in't fail to register valuable mail
matter. The fee is Scents in addition
to the postage.
Ottesen, exclusive millinery. Al
ways up to date. '222 West Second
The Hock Is'and alumni and high
BcliOoljfootbail elevens are playing at
Twt-lft'i street park this afternoon.
uacscn, exclusive millinery. Al
wavs up to dale. '222 West Second
Henry Ehrhorn ha retired from the
proprietorship of .the Commercial
house saloon. His "successor is James
Tickets for the Y. M. C. A. enter
tainment course are now on sale and
should be purchased at once ly those
desiring to attend this course.
The American laundry has the lest
plant and does the best work in the
quickest time of any iu the three
Clemann & Sal.mann have just re
ceived some very pretty novelties in
1arlor furniture. See them before
Fine merino hose, regular 40 and
60-cent value, sale price 19 cents,
three for 50 cents, at Stewart's, the
The ladies of the First M. E. church
will give a chicken pie supper Friday,
Nov. 16. in the church parlors. All
The dance to have been given by
Dewey Camp. No. 10:!6. Monday even
ing. Nov. 5, has been postponed until
some future date.
The I)., B. I. & N. W. has ordered
: itei l coal cars of 100,000 pounds
capacity and 100t plain lUt cars to be
delivered Dec. 1.
Deputy County Clerk K I). Clarke
delivered the otlicial ballots to the
judges of election in the upper end of
the county today.
.lust received, 2.r dozen nw French
flannel and silk waist in military and
other swell styles, all rich effect?, at
Youn; & McCombs.
Talk about carpets and rugs, no
lirger stock can be seen in the three
cities than !s this season displayed at
Clamaun Ac Salzmann's.
Mrs. C. Trefz had the misfortune
Thursday evening of falling at her
hune. '24 '26 Sixth avenue, and dislo
cating her right arm.
There will be a meeting cf the Mis
sion Kindergarten association, next
Monday, at 10 a. in , at the Union
Mission. SOI Fourth avenue. ,
tirand selection of swell jackets
l.ngllsh bo coats, walking coats and
automobiles. Immense block to select
fr.mi and at prices that will astonish
von. Young & McCombs.
Elder Herman C. Smith, of La
moni. Ia.. will preach this evening
at s o'clock, and Sunday at 3 o'chck
p. m., in Saints hall. 102 Third
Thomas Bnrton, of 2018 Third ave
nue, has just received a letter Iroui a
f COUGH SYRUP A
curc Hacking I'ougha, Vim
Vr Sore Lankrs. (Jrior Pupii-
. I i .7
moma ana rru;uii:ti.s in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
tleatliT uet nr. lii
Cough Syrup. Price,
lon C De uupoieu upon.
kefuce the dralcr ul.ti:mr ; tl
t not as f iwvl as pr Hull's
Salvation Oil cam Rheumatism.
Acbcs mm Fains. 15 & 35 tti.
Tra ; ,iir",.jitH"j"i)il"-i'. i Baa
brother wlum be had not heard; from
ror over .) vears. 1 he letter was
aewmpanied by a photograph.
While John Chas, son of Dr. H. II-
Chas, wa riding bis wheel on Sev
enteenth street toflay, he was attacked
ana bitten ny a bull dog said to be
long to a horse trader named Peetz.
The same dog has bitten others of
Con. -table L. V. Eckhart this after
noon rewired a telegram from A.
I).' Farmer & Son Type Founding com
pany requesting liira to post notices
changing the date of sale of the para
phernalia of the Rock Island Itepubli
can irom jnov. o to 2ov. 12.
TheTri-Citv Ministerial union will
hold its next regular meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. chapel next Monday at 2
p. m. Officers for the ensuing year
win oe eiecteav a coiioquim on the
snbj'ct Whatare Your Plansforthe
Winter?" will be opened bv Rev. W
U. Blancke, of Davenport.
Unheard-of fur values at Young &
McCombs'. We have purchased from
one ot rew lork s most prominent
manufacturers of tine furs 250 hand
some fur scarfs and collarettes in
electric seal, martin, sable, chinchilla.
mink and conew, which we will sell
at one third the regular price.
irned from St.
gone on a
William Walker was in Ceneseo to-
(i. II. (iertuan was in Coal Valley
Mrs. F. II. Fullmer went to Peoria
this morning. r
J. Vr. Dressen Vet ui
Iouis this morning.
Mrs M. Peterson has
month's visit to Chicago.
Miss Myrtle Liken and Miss Alice
Otto, of (ieneseo, were in Rock Island
A. De Soland leaves tomorrow for a
six weeks' visit to California. During
bis absence Mrs. De Soland will visit
in the east.
.The Misses Mary and Sarah Dart
eotertainel a party of about 20
friends at their home on Twentv-lirst
street last evening.
lrs. J. R. Hollowbush. C. C. Car
ter. Carl Bern hard i and C. L. Eyster
weni to inicago today to attend a
ban juet given in honor of Dr. Chris
tian Fenger's COth birthday at the
Auditorium. Physicians from all over
the northwest will le present.
The following appears in Wednes
day's Galesburg Republican-Register:
"Cranes Al. Foley, of Pittsburg,
Pa., and Miss Ora Archer, of Rock
Island, were unitedin marriage this
morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. C. H.
White, at his home. They were ac
companied ny airs, l'onua Kuby, a I
sister of the bride."-
BOHART IN PRISON,
WIFE SUES FOR DIVORCE
Mrs. Ira Bobart tiled a bill for di
vorce toJav ia Circuit Clerk Gamble's
tli.'e. She was married to John Be
hart iu this city in 1833 and the bill
alleges that the latter is 'now serving
a 2-vears' term for
the Missouri penitentiary
tiucer Uirney jHcuabe tnis morn-
... . i t
ing arre;eu ioueri aiautz, wanted in
Omaha or the alleged theft of a bicy
cle era an overcoat. The property
was found in nis possession.
Mali?, said he had bought the
wheel but was still owing $15 for it.
As the o (Tense under tie Nebraska
law would not amount to errand lar-
cenv Chief Miller shipped the wheel
back to Omaha and released the !
Cl'if M'ller yesterday received the
requisition for Frank Howard and
Char 13 Weaver, who are held at
Miiscitine for tbe theft of a horse
and 'uggy belonging to John Lorenz,
of B'g Island. The instruments were
forwirded to Governor Shaw, of
William D Daley and Thomas Ryan,
rivrmen, were engaged in seining a
d'tf'renre 011 Second avenue, north of
Snncer Fqunrelast night, when Office-
Barney McCabe took them iu.
F:h was fined 20 by Magistrate
Stafford, and sent to jail in default.
JobBDy Kecalre Toothpick.
Deputy County Clerk Johnn j Rinck
has been presented with an elegant
toothpick to use in rolling that pea
nut up Twentieth street bill after
election. Johnnv is now fiurin
... . . - . . .
wun a Dana on rates lor tbe occasion.
A drum corps would be cheaper.
The Atlantic saloon has arranged to
ie?eive election returns Tuesday
Stockholders' Annual Meeting;.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Peoples Power company
will be held at the general offices of
the companv, No. 1C0 Seventeenth
street. Rock Island. Ill , on Friday, j
Acv. 23. ifUV, at 3:.iO o'cloct p. m..
for the purpose of clectins directors
for the ensuing year, and for the
transaction of such other business as
mav properlv come before . the meet
ing. S. S. Davis. Secratary.Q
Chronic Rheumatism Cared.
Dr. 11. li. iietunger, indi&napoh5
Ind., savs: 'For several . months
after spraining my ankle I was sever
lv afflicted with rheumatism, l anally
tried Detchon's MvsticCure for Rheu
matism, and in four davs could walk
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
l pleasure in recom mending the Mvs-
! tic Cure to all who are afflicted with
1 rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
j 1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gustave Schlegtl & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
Suggestions for Slirewd Buyers.
The Only Establishment of Its Sort Where Elegance and Excellence are Combined with
Our Large Stock Mas Been Greatly Strengthened with Several Carloads or Furniture and Carpets. Every Inch ot
- It Is Occupied by Such Value's as These:
f 16 solid oak mantel folding bed, supported
woveu wire spring
fll dressing case in solid oak or mahogany, large
French plate, bevel edge mirror 9.00
75c solid oak. or mahogany taborets 60c
f 3 large cobbler seat rocker, oak or mahogany 2.00
35 French Wilton velvet rugs, 9x12 30.00
f4.25 hanging hall racks, French bevel plate mirrors. 3,25
3 rope portiers, a large assortment 175
$1.25 cane seat, solid oak diners, high back brace arms Q0C
Oilcloth rugs, fj yards long,
best grade, at 40C
ood all wool carpets
at per yard jgc
?3 large couch, upholstered in velour,
fine springs 4.75
$5 extension tables, six feet long, polished
finish, 42-inch top at 3.75
$20.00 handsome bed r 00 in suits, three pieces, large
French plate mirror at 15.00
$17 combination bookcases, solid oak, French
plate mirror 12.00
To Buy at this Store Means
Money Saved for
W. S. HOLBROOK.
103 to 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
Remember We Have Jast What
You Want In Furniture
Styles in Shirts,
Agent for Knox,
Come as a Gentle Reminder that the Fall Season is
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
The Top nf the
Geo. R. Davis
Will buy a very clever Top Coat in our store. Among
them are Oxfords, Cheviots and coverts, the same chic
and style as some of the better grades.
170? Second Avarice.
Will not last long, but
the das. whether
windy or cold, may
be kept full of pleas
ure by adornrng your
self in one of my sty
lish warm fall or win
ter suits. Call' and
see my large line of
the latest-patterns in
Woolens. Keep me
J. B. MMER,
1823 ecood Are, Rock Inland.
Buys a swell Top Coat, silk lined whip cords, and silk
lined Oxfords. We give you top notch in quality and
rock Bottom in price. This is why people like our
store as a trading place. Is it a wonder the other fel
low has the blues?
" LW.' " "I
TWO BIG STORES.
ONE TINY IilTTXiE PRICE.