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THE ARGUS, "WJSDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1901.
WEATBUZt WE UAT HAVE
Fair and continued cool
tonigJU and Thursday.
J. M. 811KRIER, Obierftr
Temperature at 7 a. m. !5,
at 3:S0 it. m. 55.
Steel ranges at Wilcher'a.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, . J. Barns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Homes fur sale. A. Cash & Co.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
List your property with Reldy Bros.
Dunlsp hats at the toggery shop.
Package coffee 10 cents at NTeckel's.
J. K Hawthorne, dentist, Star
Dr. H. G. Trent, dentist. 1721 Sec
Attend Young & McComW mil'i
Fancy eating apples by the barrel
at Hess Bros'.
Flour, rone better, only f 1.C5 per
room 6, Baford
tack at Wcckel's.
A. Rash & Co,
block real estate.
Mother's oat only 7 cents per
package at Weckel's.
Parlor set" at 111. satin finish. II
F. Cordes Davennort.
Bargains in stoves at
Oil Spring company, of Baker field.
Cal., si ck 10 cents per hire.
A new line of iron beds just te
ceived at llelpens'ell & Lowe's.
Mr. and Mrs W. 11. Kimball are
the parents of a sun. their first born
Miss Byrne3 f r up-to-date millin
ery. Richest material, lowe-t prices.
The cheapest place to Lav a heat
ing stove Flemming Furniture
K. C Ebrhart reliable piano tuner.
Pnone 1471 Black 'Residence.
Chamber ui'e beveled plat gold
and cak finish for $12 at K F Cordes'
big new Davenport tcre
A pitent tboe .iner given away
with each ptir cf ran' boj's or
youth's shoes at tho leader.
No.bing tut words r.f prai at the
brautv displayed at Yung & Mc
Coaab's millinery opening.
A beautiful souvenir oil painting
giv-n away with a $2 purchase or
over at Young & McCombi".
The Ladies' Aid society of Broad
way church will meet with Mrs. J.
W. Stewart tomorrow at 2:30
McCakrin & McCaafciin are daily
selling restaur in., farms, city and
business property. Try them.
Millinery opening Wednesday and
Thursday. You are onrdiilly invited
to attend Young & Mc 'om'ij
t'2 to Smipffif-lrt an1 return tomoi-
rn rw -a vim Rnfi u.nH Xr p. rU riD(I there will be ball eames in the
Superintendent Bancroft says every
thing will be in readiness for him at
Boston Shoe Repairing company.
First class repur wok dore wh le
you wit. Men's rail bo1h 40 cents
and up. ladies'. half soles 35 cents op
Sitiffa-tion pua-nrel 1513 Sec
ond avenue, Rock Island.
Spscial train will leave Rock Inland
via the Rock Inland & Peoria railway
at 7 a. m tomorrow. Oct. 34d. and
run tbrrngh to Springfield Return
the same evening Round trip rate
only f 2.
Themas Welch, of Muscatine, a
brakeman on the Rock Island road
was ran over by a train at Wilton
yesterday, both legs being so badlr
crushed "they wiil have to be ampu
tated. He is at Mercy hcpiul
We are now located in our new
building at 1816 Third avenue, and
have a complete stock of gas and
electric chandeliers and electric soi-
Ma full anH bm n rtfV TilartH
lectric Construction company.
Nothing will knock out Jack Frost
oo completely as Indiana block or
Pocahontas coal. They ignite quick
ly, do not clinker and are cheap for
present orders. E B. McKown sells
ibis coal. Corner Fifteenth street and
First avenue. Phone 1108.
A memorial service for the late
president cf the nation is to be he'd
this evening at McKinley chapel.
Sixth avenue and Tenth street, be
ginning at 8 o'clock. The principal
addres will be delivered by Rev. J
W. Washington, former pastor of the
Tae King's Daughters, at a meet
ing yesterday afternoon at the borne
of Mrs. J M. Baford, called for the
purpose of devising means for raising
funds with which to establish a home
for aged women, decided upon a series
of weekly sales cf cakes during No
vember, the first to be held tho 2d of
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union at a special meetintr yestetdsy
afternoon elected Miss Ella Tajlo'r
delcgite and Mrs. C. R Major alter
nve to the Hate convention f the
union. A vote of thanks was ex
tended to the R.ck Inland press for
courtesies t the local union in connec
tion with the reci-nt district conveo
OF Q ROAD IN CITY.
A party of oflicials headed by
Pr- b'.dmt Harris pa-sed through the
city this mornit g iih the t pecial in-sptc'-i
n engine and a f pecial train on
their way south riii a lour of in pec
tion. hey cinie d wn over the D
K I &N W.. and after a stop of
is-t than five minute hare went on
to Gile&burg Division Superintend
nnt L W Herrv and Master Mechanic
A J Cota joined tbe paity hre for
tun ovtr tne St. LouU division.
Racing at KdElDgton.
Posters are out annoanciocr the in-
nual meet at the Ktdl track in Edg
ingtou township for Oct 9 and 10
Thu ra es will occur in he afternoons
railway. Lave Rock Island at 7 a. m
All kinds cf mattresses renovated
by experts Called for and returned
by the Rock Island Cotton mil's.
(2 to Springfield and return t -morrow,
0;t 3 via Rock IIaad & Peoria
railway. Leave Rock Island at 7 a. m.
The Oil Spring company's tock is
a good investment Stock '0 cents
rer share. For eale by George E.
A largo shipment of nice rockers
and dining-room chairs have just
been unpacked at Uelpenateli &
Tae raeetiog to par'ect the organ
ization of past and present city Ci
cials is to ba held at 8 o'clock this
evening at the council chamber.
Mo. D La Frenz invitee the ladies
to her millinery opening Wedcesisy
Thursday and Friar. Sbe tas the
liiett line of pattern hats in tbe city
An impromptu ratting main
xomercentn street in wnicn two ca
nines quickly disposed of 15 lusty
rodents attracted a c owd early this
i Sen's Orchestra Entertainers are
to appear tonight at tbe Rock 1-lacd
Ladles' shoe sale; t'-. and 3
shoes fcr fl 98. patent ltatber, vel
our, calf and kid, in heavy and light
soles, width AA to E; sizes from 2.
to 8. D!lyBr.
Special train will leave Rock Island
via the Rock Island & Peoria railway
at 7 a. m. tomorrow, Oct. 3rd. and
- run through to Siringlisld. Return
the same evening. Round trip rate
only $2. '
Frank Rann, the diver wlo has
the contract for the mending of th
crniogs. The racing events on the
first dv are a f ec for ail trot. 2:10
pco ::00 trot 2:30 special and run
ning rca On the second Hay ther
will be a free for all pace, 2:35 trot
2:25 pace trenfenen' driver and
fr met s' tunning races.
A I. L AKOUNO ANUlLl 'ill.
Aodalusia. Oct. 2 Mr. aod Mrs
William Bushart. cf Milan, spent
Sunday wi'h William Mosher.
Mr and Mr. v oss were visiting in
Davenport )at week.
Gleo BufTam. of Rock Island, spent
Sunday with his parents.
Mrs. Addie Tnompson, who has
been scrionslv i'l. is improving
Mrs W. C. Coll'ns. of BniT.lo, vi
ited with Mrs. T. W. Simmofis Sun
C L. Wenks was sent as delegate
to Chicsgo to attend the grand lodge
Mrs. Gilpin Moore of Tavlor Ridg,
en jSnndayd with her mother, Mrs
Mrs. Melissa Johnson, of Edging
ton. has been vimine friends in our
Miss Mrrtis Wood, of Edglngton
spent Friday wi.h her friend. M'ms
The entertainment is compli- Blanche Burgoyne.
tary. all members and their ladies j. Matthew Robinson and J. C. 1
g invited. g5Ju accompanied by their wl
The TERHUNE SHOE, cctSI
A CL.BVBR SHOE. FOR CLEVER MEN.
'E wish to call especial attention to
this line of shoes. We offer a box
calf shoe, rrpe stitch, wide extension
double sole, perforated edges, a new up-to-date
See these in our east window.
rvONT allow that young man to come near you until those
decayed and rotten (yes, we say rotten, for many of
them are rotten) teeth are removed. We never would have
had tbe conrage to thus address you but for this fact. List
week our advice to young men was being read by a Jady when
she wrote immediately under. "Yes, and to young women."
On such authority we felt justified in addressing you. And
if you will call on us we will guarantee to extract those bad,
Without Pain and Free of Charge
if you have them replaced by us. We are permanently
located here and warrant all work. Our honor, name and
reputation are behind each and every piece of work done in
our otliee, and if you think your work has not bten done
perfectly, come back. We are anxious and willing to give
you perfect satisfaction. Our specialty,
and the best work at the lowest prices. Call and let us
examine your teeth and give you prices free.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Office Corner Third Ave., and Seventeenth St.
Over Tremann's Meat Market.
Keep Your Eye
on our list of fruits, vegetables
and poultry. We handle noth
ing but the choicest and best
goods to be obtained in the
market. If you really want
something nice in the grocery
line call us up. Phono 1031.
Inspect cur list;
rtas - ppiea,
Urc -n Uoiuas,
Lima 1 scans.
Are You Mixed on
Spring Chlcmns and Turlteja.
1620 Sooond Ave
intake p'pe, has shipped some of his
apparatus Irom unicago am nas noti
fied tie city officials be will be here
Monday next to begin the work.
I Th only high grade Baking Powder B
I made at moderate price H
vi-itcd at the county infirmary
t Tne remains of Charles IlisUell
wre brought f oru Dufftlo. where he
d ed Sturdy night, and conveyed to
J&)j colds his old nonae, for interment.
j Trl-Clty CoBCert Coarse.
' Tne first concert i to be given
Mondny eveni g. 0:t. 7, at tho Bur
ns in Uivenpirt. Helen Uucfcley. so-
o. in recital, and Mix Broch'i
K len " Tne box office will ba
op-nd at Flnkb's, Davenport, Thurs
day and Friday, at 9 o'clock, for
tno holding season tickets to re
serve their beats and on Saturday and
Monday to the g neral public.
us in i
:oll In fnllforr'.
Tl;e Society uf Califi-ni;t Piourers
dctirniiiictl after c;in-ful iuvestigation
that Jan. IMS, was the exact date
of the discovery of pi-Id in Californi;i
by James W. Marshall. The' gold was
found iu the rocky beil of tho tail raco
of the Sutter sawmill at Colouia, on
the south fork of tbe American river.
A Little at a lime
your clock or watch will wear nut In
some part of the dllcale machinery,
ana you nerd an expert watcb or clock
maker to r place toe worn wnerlsor
We cm make ibem as KOod
as dc w In our recalling department, or
if you wlab a new timepiece we bavn a
buperb stock to select from of tbe lin
MANUFACTURING JKWELER AND
in town has
to do, isn't
"the best at
pretty hard to
price," and all "give satisfaction" and "money
and ail beat the tailor to pieces, and "save
half to a third,'
to a question
in Rock Island that has
for IS years, whether it
and all that
It comes down
Is there '
beea conspicuously faithful
sold you a linen collar, a
hat, suit of clothes, or whatever it was? Is there
ONE STORE .
in town that usually meets your most sanguine ex
pectations by doing mor than it promises? Is there
in town where the goods are of the best making and
sewing and fitting always dependable? Is there
tONE b 7 ORE
town where invariably you
Tii; highest clouds lie at 27,000 feet;
Mor.nt Everest is 20,0011 feet. TIio
liislii-Kt recorded uailoou ascent is 25,
To serve you well satisfies
us. To be well served satis ties
you. Oar mutual satisfaction
creates a bond of good fee'
ing that will only be revered
when we cease to satisfy you.
np . r: . 1 .
It UlUL'll "VIC Xi 13 L lUILll'U ILF lr- j
corac employees in govern mcni ouices
1 1823 Sesond Ave.
little bit lower than the lowest?
I ONE STORE
find the price put a
Is there ,
town that has built up standards all through its business? When you name the store you have
nam-d THIS store, and you can get your overcoat here for $5 to $15 and take no risk. An espe-
of fall overcoats at
daily attractive line