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THE ABGUS, FRIDAY, -5-TOVEMBEIl 23, i00.
WEATHER WE MAY HAVE
Increasing cloudiness, prob
ably with snow flurries or
J. M. SHERTEFt, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 23,
at 3:30 p. m. 31.
Bay a home of Keidy Bros.
New line of caps at Lloyd's.
Perrln'jj glove3 at Stewart's.
For Insurance E. J. Barns.
For real edtate, E. J Barns.
Allen, Myers & Co., plumbers.
Ask for Rock Island (iirl cigar.
Miss liyrnes for line millinery.
Knox and Stetson hats Lloyd's.
List yonr property with Reidy Bros.
Call for La I'lor de E. T. D.t 10 cents.
Buy your winter hat at Stewart's.
Oyster sale at S. J. Apple's Satur
day. Headquarters for poultry at Schroe
der's. Dressed chickens at Maucker &
Gymnasium shoes with elk soles at
Yitu: line of glove3 and underwear at
E. & W. latest shirts and collars at
Mallard ducks and quail at II. Tre
Attend the Thanksgiving sale at
Go to the Trainmen's dance tonight
at Armory hall.
If you want your property sold list
It with Hull & Co.
Nice fresh oysters only 12J cents a
can at S. J. Apple's.
Pork tenderloin and spare ribs at
11. Tremann's Sons'.
Dancing slippers in
Adams' for the ladies.
all styles at
Great reduction in
goods at Miss Byrnes'.
Dressed turkeys, ducks and chick
ens at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Uadiant Home and Jewel ba.se burn
ers at Allen, Myers & Co's.
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen's
dance tonight at Armory hall.
Dressed turkeys, chickens and
ducks at Schroeder's market.
A saving of one-third on furs at
Rii iiter's, furriers, Daren poit.
I'se II. Tremann's Suns' pure kettle
rcn !eicil leaf lard. None better.
Prices are right on all stoves at
Allen. Myers '& Co., the "Jewel."
If yen want to buy or sell real es
tate, consult Goldaiuilh & McKee.
An-you buying an overcoat? We
have them to sell. The Lmdou.
Thirty-live cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Men's overcoats in the faithful
gray. $7.6o. Soinmers it La Velio.
Special prices in ladies' fur collar
ets and scarfs. Young it McCombs.
Hulk oysters, canned oysters, mince
meat and celery at H. Tremann's
The easy way to an easy suit is by
war of this store. Somniers & lA
Save money at Kichtcr's, Daven
port, fur collarettes and cloth cloak
Jut received boys reefers a new
stock, sec them, 7.. Sommers &
If you wish to be well dressed vou
should wear an .Viler Bros, suit. The
To be assured of a nice turkey for
Thanksgiving, order now of Maucker
All kinds of hats the nobby kind,
the stylish kind, the staple kind. The
The best lluur ou the market is the
Woodmen's choice. Maucker & Tonn
Have you seen our line of shirts?
It is the biggest and best in town.
convene promptly at 8:30 on the
night of Tuesday, Nor. 27.
Beaded strap slippers will be very
stylish this season in the dancing
circles. Adams has them.
If your plumbing Deeds attention
ring 3 018, Allen, Myers & Co. Trey
will repair it right and reasonable.
W. L. Douglas shoes in patent
leather, patent kid, box calf and rici
kid, 3, $3.50 and $1,' at the Leader.
Heavy soles are comfortable and
stylish fcr this season. Large assort
ment from $2 to f 4 a pair at Adams ,
Reserved seats for "The Spinsters'
Uonvention" may be obtained on and
after Nov. 24 at Bleuer's iewelrv
Place your order for Thanksgiving
poultry "with Maucker & Tonn and
you will get the best the market af
Closing out small lots of men's
sweaters, f 1.50 ones go for ft, fl
grades 75 cents. Sommers & La
Men's heary business suits. We
have a line of -ffi.50 ones that will sur
prise vou. See them. Sommets &
Patent lather and enamel shoes
are included in Adams' Emperor
f j.ou snoe. All tue iate styles ana all
Margaret Miller, who lives at 311
Tenth street, was removed to St. An
thony's hospital in the ambulance
Right and reasonable is the way
that Allen, Mvers & Co. will fix your
heating plant. Trv them. Tele
Highest grade of work in the laun
dry line is done by the American
laundry. Ask those who have tried
it. Phone 1236.
Grand masquerade ball at Lahr-
niann's hall (formerlv Doerscher's)
Davenport. Saturday evening, Nov.
z. J-.au.ies free.
If you have not purchased your
overcoat call and see the best high
tailored low priced irarments in the
city. Sommers & La Velle.
1 ork tenderloins, leaf lard, spare
ribs, pom trimmings, neck nons
picketed pigs' feel, jellied pigs' fJet
and tripe at II. Iremann s sons .
A great variety of high grade wc rk
at moderate cost at the Blakslee
studio. That $ 4 cabinet oval is the
best thing ever offered for the money.
H. A. Thomas, of Manning, Iowa,
has accepted the position of day op
erator on the C, M. & St. P., and J.
M. Smith will become night operator.
Talking points" are good, but
results' are better. The best re
sults are always attained when Jewel
stoves are u;ed. See Allen, Mvers &
Mrs. Louisa Stout, of Cordova, fell
on Twenty-lirst street Wednesday anil
sustained a fracture of the left thigh.
She was removed -to the borne of her
daughter. Mrs. C. B. Marshall, 1102
News has been received of the
death in Colorado, whither he went
18 months ago for his health, ot Hariy
Swank, formerly of this city. He wts
37 years of age and leares a wife and
child. He was a member of Camp
309, M. W. A.
The well known Radiant Heme hard
coal base burner is only sold at Allen,
Myers it Co.
Alfred Benjamin, raglans and
Broadway box are the swell coats.
A I.noiil nrplnlon.
A correspondent, referring to a recent
nriicle in Law Notes on 'The Gram
mar of the Courts," calls attention to
the- following lucid decision of Sir
John Tay,,r Colerldjre in the case of
Turlcy against Thomas, S and I.
1:. ::j K. C. I.. 312: "It lias been sui
;rested as a doiilt ly the learned coun
sel for the defendant whether the rule
of the road applies to saddle horses or
only to carriages. Now 1 have no doubt
that it does." Law Notes.
Little Bessie having been punished
for misbehavior, slunk to the other end
of the room, cry Ins. Her mother turn
ed to view her repentance, but found
her encased in making faces at her.
"Why, Bessie," said her mother,
"how can you d. so':"
"Oh. mamma." answered the little
jrirl. "I was tryins to smile at you, bit
my face slipped." Ixndon Answers.
Farmer At judged fauna.
John C Campbell, a farmer from
Zuma, aged 2 years, was adjudged
insane in the county court todav by a
jury consisting cf Dr. C. T. Foster,
James L. Maslin. Robert Connelly.
Bernard Rinck. J. II Ranson and
The Jewel steel ranges are the bdst I i. m. Wheelock. He has been
and are as cheap as many of the in- j adjudged. insane twice before,
ferior makes. j jn"lbt;9 and in 1882. He was sent to
Ladies' patent kid shoes 3, f3.5 Jacksonville each time, and in both
and fl, at the Leader, opposite the ' cases ran away from the institution.
Harper House. i He will be sent to the county intirm-
If vou want choice fresh dressed' alT along with the demented man
turkevs. ducks or chickens, order ut ho was brought in from Elgington
H. Tremann's Sons'. recently.
Ladies may no mistake when they saloon Notice,
buy Adams' 3 ou Empress shoe. All Oyster lunch at Peter Ghy's Satur
styles, all leathers. j tUv'night. Twenty-fourth street and
The stage of water at b a. m. wss Fifth avenue.
.!., and at noon 6 05.
ture at noon was -'-.
The Spinsters' Convent'nn" will
Pr. Hull's Cough ipyrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croup,
"WlicopinR-Cougft and Me:ule-Cough
without tail. All mothers praiso it
loctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, Bure results.
I Tier, rcrats. Rrfuc the dea!rr' s bt:iulc
Always cures when others fail.
Or. Bull's Pill cure "ootiptJoo. 5 piUf loc
For and Cloak
sale at Richter's, Davenport. Save
Both makers and circulators of
counterfeits commit fraud. Honest
; men will not deceive you into buying
' worthless counterfeits of PeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. The original is
, infallible for curing piles, sores, ecze-
ma and all skin diseases. B. II. B e-
ber, Hartz & Ulleraever.
J. W. Brvan, of Lowder, 111., writes:
i "My little boy was very low with
pneumonia. Unknown to the doctor
we gave him Foley's Honey and Tar.
The result was magical and puzzled
the doctor, as it immediately stopped
the racking cough and he quickly re
covered." For sale by all druggists.
For Ladies Patent Leather Extension
Sole, made in the Paris Toe, all
widths and a perfect fitter. We suc
ceeded in getting only a limited num
ber of pairs.
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs. I
CORNER SEVENTEENTH STEET AND THIRD AVENUE.
All the modern branches of work known in dentistry
done in this oflice. We are peers in the art of painles
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK TER
CROWNS $2.50 and "P
FILLING 7.00 and up
All Other Work In Proportion.
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street ami Third Avenue.
Made easy by reading
our list below. Give
us a call. Your erdcr
will receive prompt attention.
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
H weet. Potatoes, (Jarrots.
OranpeS: Crub apples,
Malaga and Toka Grapes.
Sprint? Chicken Dressed to
order. Dressed Chickens. Dressed
Turkeys, Ducks, Wild Ducks.
1G20 Second Ave. Phone 1031.
Examining Your Byes
WILL PLEASE YOU.
We Fit the Eyes
Where Others Fail.
No Case Too Hard For I n to Fit.
Why leave traveling opticiaus sell
you sree acles wheu we guar
antee lit in every case?
Auk yonr neighbor about Ramser'a specta
cle. Kvery patient a living testimonial.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
Have been completely ful
filled. You now lind that
you need an overcoat, and it
is simply a question of where
you can get the best coat
made that is in style, lit and
workmanship for the money.
Your attention to our stock
cf winter goods. Style, tit
and workmanship fully guaranteed.
J. B. Z1MMER,
1823 Second Ave, Rock Island-
If you like. " Ke knows a good thing when he sees
it." You need an overcoat now and can't wait for the
slow process. Our overcoats are the best in the land.
They are made from the most trustworthy fabrics and
trimmings and are tailored by the best journeymen
tailor hands. They impart that finish and fit and
touch that is characteristic of M. & K. clothing- there
is an inexplainable something about our overcoats
that dist nguished them from all other makes.
A Good Overcoat
ier One at .5
We display the largest assortments, the most fashion
able fabrics and the most up-to-date styles in this vicinity.
ne at $15.
I $4-.00 o
A Guaranteed Saving cf $1.00 to $5.00 on Every Coat.
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