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Generally fair tonight and
Friday; but slight ehang'e in
J. il. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a.m. 3:3;
at 3:30 p. m., 47.
Clear Havana K. T. D.
Who sells feed? Cash.
J'or insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of lleidv- Bros.
Dunlap' hats at Lambert's.
Who sells garden seeds? Cash.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply -company.
Who sells tuberose bulbs? Cash.
Morning light. Union made cigar.
Who sells nasturtium seed? Cash.
Fresh fish at Schroeder's tomorrow.
Who sells sweet pea seeds? Cash.
Who recommends Ovvatana Hour?
Who sells Ovvaiuna. flour?. Your
Have your bicv do repaired, at Wil
.cher's. Plenty of fresh fish of all kinds nt
Hess Pros. toiiiirr.v.
Onion sets only S cents' a quart at
Young Mc Combs.
Buy your flnHcr and garden seeds
at Young- it Mi-Combs.
Special sale of new wuistings at
Young ii McCombs.
.Ml kinds and styles of garden tools
at Young & Jlrt'nnibf'.
For stylish headgear and moderate
i prices see Mrs. La Freiiz.
All kinds of fresh river and laki;
lish at II. Tremaim's Sons.
New line of spring jackets just re
ceived at Young .v Met omhs.
Ladies shoes, actual value ."(), go
this week at $!. at the ieader.
(iiiarantee I brandies an.l whiskies
for medicinal use at Simon Lewis'.
Ladies' $.rD shoes ( price stumped
on sob-) this week for It. SI at the
The delivery of brick for the Twenty-first
street pavement began this
Kerler Bros, clean carjM'ts and mat
tresses ri'ht. Seventeenth street.
Ladies heavy and light sole shoes
$J..")( values, go this week at $I.S5 at
Street, trimmed and pattern lints
in all the latest shapes and coloring
at Mrs. La Frenz.
Miss Byrnes, the Second avenue
milliner, -is showing very exclusive
frtyles this week.
The finest up-to-l;ite millinery
Mock is at Young it. McCombs.
1 'rices not equalled.
Special line of new (lihsoii walking
skirts, browns and Oxfords. $7.'.)s at
Young A- McCombs.
Tin Weyerhaiieser it Di-nkmann
saw mill was started yesterday with
a full force of men.
-Ml the boys are being made happy
Tiovv-a-da vs. M. it K. are giving base,
balls ami bats with boys" suits.
Something entirely new in the line
of dinner buckets at Summers it Co.'s.
Jf we say so you know it's so.
All kinds of wood and metal pat
terns made. I'ric-es reasonable. Call
at 1040 Sixteenth street, Hock Island,
Tin: re will be a dance at Turner
hall Saturday, April given by the
Wiesc club, tictits I;.-; cents. Ladies
Fruit, ornamental t rees, sh rubbery,
roses, etc., can b- bought at reasona
ble prices of .1. H. Clcland, Room 4
Order vonr fre.di fNh at Mess
Bros, tomorrow. They will have
fresh lake trout, cattish, river sal
mon and bulTalo. Telephone l'KJl.
Any particularly nice thing to wear
that you want you'll find at . the M. '&
K. Stunning in-w spring suits at $10
to swell top coats at $." to ?1S.
V. I Black, of Hampton, while
trying to separate his dof and a
neighbor's dog in a tight was quite
seriously bitten in -the back of the
X. I'. F. Nelson will next Saturday
morning on-ii to the public a model
groeery at 'Jlr2? Fourth a venue. A
large stock of goods" has been pur
chased which will be sold at the low
est prices for cash. The feed store.
tinder GERMAN LAWS,
is the Best there Is for
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout:
DR. RICHTER'S World-Renowned
K tTono genuine wKhont Trade W.rfc "Aafhor.
L! Wtlt one phynxmn out oi many louun-
49 CHARLTON ST.
Ur. mentors Anvnwn
as 9 focal treatment for
r K(c- mt All ?mririsU or tn ro ell
, -. . s
.A4.Elchter Co 215 Petri Bt, new iornr;
38 KSGKEST AffAnOS.,
which has been conducted by Mr. NeL
son, will also Ik? run in connection
with the grocery. Give him a trial
order, 'phone 1137 west.
We have something new in the line
of dinner buckets that every man
ought to see. Bust proof and guar
anteed for five years. If we say so
it's the truth. Summers & Co.
The executive committee of ar
rangements for the CJ. A. 11. encamp
ment meets this evening at the liar
er house for the disposal of general
John V. Kruse and Mrs. Lillie M
IJilcy, a couple from West ButTnlo.
Iowa, were united in marriage at the
court house yesterday afternoon bv
Four lots, 40xIS0 feet, are for sale,
in Kivervievv terrace. Street cars one
block distant, location Twenty-ninth
street, south of Eighth avenue. Sewer
and water connections. Price $500
each. Apply to K. If. Oliver.
Barents are delighted with the ele
gance or style anil the ierfectioii of
fit of the M. & K. boys suits, while
the boys are more than pleased with
the bats and balls which accompany
The charter of the Indies Aid so
ciety of the Moliue Sons of Veterans'
camp will be closed tomorrow even
ing by Miss Clara Hampton, of this
city, the stat,e vice president. She
will be accompanied by a number of
Hock Island sons and Indies.
An individual whose name appears
on the lwuice records as deorire
ltooiiK-rshine" was an-csted near
Third avenue and Twentieth street
last night in a hilarious condition and
was taken to the station to get right
with'the world. A hearing will be
given him this evening.
Albert Burton was surprised id hon
or oi his lurthdav last eveiiintr at
his home, Fifth-and-a-half av
enue, iv a party or friends. 1 lie host
was presented with a handsome rock
er and the evening was pleasantly
spent in social pastimes, llefresh
ments were served.
Miss Frances Head and Miss Nellie
Karr, w ho have completed courses in
stenography, nt Ilrovvn's Business col
lege, lurve taken positions, the for
mer in the office at Weld ... Olmsted,
in this city, and the latter with the
Iowa Publishing company, of Dav
Kvery department in our store is
fairly bubbling over with spring
goodness elegant new suits and top
coats, swell hats, stunning shirts.
right smart things -in neckwear and
hoisery. If you are looking for
spring beauties you should feast
vou r eves M. A- K-ward.
When the case involving U. W. Slier-
wood for xissaultiiiir v.. I . Berry -at
lis home on Kleveiith street yester
day came up for trial before Mairis-
rate Johnson at tlfc police station
ast evcnimr. Mr. Berry declined to
iisccute and the case was patched
up. Mr. Sherwood agreeing to pay for
the broken glass and costs incurred.
Whatever your spring Suit ideal
may be it it s good and right we ve
got it. Perfectly tailored and ele
gantly trimmed. ii faet cut-i-ight-up-
to-the-miuute-in-st le spring suits at
$10. $ir,. .flS and $-12. 'just about half
what the made-to-measure man
would charire. M. iv K.
Observer J. M. Sherier. of the local
weather bureau, in his meteorological
summary for March, shows that the
mean atmospheric pressure was "'.(.'Jl.
rhi- highest pressure was :'i)..V.) o:i the
1Mb. ami the bovest ,'".).) on the 1st.
The mean temjM-rat lire was 40, 1 he
hi"lwst. ',. on the Clith. and the lovv-
st. zero, on the 17th. The total prc--ipitalion
was 1.7t inches. The nu in
ter of clear days was of partly
cloud v l' and of cloudy i.
Old Moon Beliefs.
The health, growth and development
of children and animals wore years ago
supiwsed to be Influenced by the moon.
If the fiin Tvas ri?ht at the time of
birth, they-would be well formed and
intellectual, but If It was wrong there
was no telling what sort of creatures
they would become. Kvery worthless
fellow, every dog. rooting hog. fence
jumping cow or kicking horse was be
lieved to have been boru under an un
favorable phase of the queen of night.
Queer people or those who were of
hateful disposition were children of
the dark moon, with the sign below the
First Xntlonal Convention.
On .May 20. 1S3". what was probably
the first national nominating conven
tion in the history of the country met
In Baltimore. .Jt was attended by "00
men, a majority of whom .were resi
dents of Maryland. The convention
was called by General Jackson. It was
called a year ahead of the presidential
campaign in order that time might bo
taken by the forelock in behalf of Gen
eral Jackson's iolitical protege, Martin
Vnii Buren. Guutou's Magaziue.
Not to lie Learned.
A dignified bishop while passing
along a London street heard three veg
etable peddlers engaged in a "rather
blasphemous argument. -
Intending to rebuke them, he en Id to
one of the offenders, "My good man,
where did you learn to swear like
"Bord Iut yer, guv'nor, replied the
brawny peddler, clapping him genially
on the shoulder, yc can't learn it! It'n
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not, constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines,
lief use substitutes. ' For sale by all
Small steel articles that are too soft
may be hardened with sealing wax.
The method is to have ready a largo
Btlct of sealing "vrax and then after
heating the article to a cherry red
thrust It Into the wax for a minute,
withdrawing It and sticking it In again,
repeating the operation until the steel
fa cold and will not enter the wax.
, Baked In n Quarry.
Sidney PatchesWhat sort of cake Is
this that the lady gave you? -
Weary Willie She said that It was
Shlney Patches Marble nothing! It's
granite. New York Herald. v
"There's one good thing about Mrs.
I9 Sneere she never slanders her
"No: she basn't any." San Francisco
Ordinary household accidents have
no terrors when there's a bottle of
Dr. Thomas Bclectrie Oil in the med
icine chest. Heals burns, cuts,
bruises, sprains. Instant relief.
Sweeter than the breath of morn
is the breath of the girl who takes
Uoeky Mountain Tea. A perfect sys
tem renovator, safe, soothing and in
vigorating. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
All the news all the time The
VI f T. V
H ITS '' y
i T. W. Chandler
. D. C.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College, Class '91
Office 422 16th Street. Moline.
I wish to inform the public that I have permanently lo
cated at the above address, anil I sincerely trust that-I
shall receive the patronage of Moline and Bock Island
I have had 15 years experience in the Veterinary business.
Four years with the famous Budd Doble's stable of the most noted
trotters' in the world. I am not a stranger here. I have made
yearly visits to Moline, Bock Island and Davenport for more than 18
years, and can refer you with.pleasure tn all the leading horsemen
of the tri-cities. I perform surgical operations of every nature.
We, the undersigned heartily indorse Dr. Chandler:
Max Ochs, 1': A. Merriiuan, Lawrence 1. Nelson,
1. F. C'ralle . Co., Chas. llaskins, Wm. B. Martiudalc,
Daniel B. Home, Kdw. Wadsworth, X. 11. Zcigler.
And last but not least David Pringle.
Hi "tlenna of Support.
Magistrate What is your vocation
I mean what do you do for a living?
"Ah, yessir. jessir; I understands yer
now, sir. What I does for a livlu" is,
my wife takes in washiu'." Baltimore
To Cura H Cold in One Iy
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. K. W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 25c.
Subscribe for The Argus.
FARM WOVEN FENCES.
The "Ell wood" Fence is without question
the neatest, strongest, most practical Farm
Fence made. If you want the best, buy
the "Ellwood." We have all sizes con
stantly on hand, sizes 18, 2f, 34, 42, 50, 58
at lowest prices. Get your supply now.
Louis Hanssen's Sons,
213-215 West Second Street.
'rTTTraro sirznnnmnmrg Tnmnnnnnmr6"g B-nrsas ins rirry ennnnrs' q
New. Neat. Clea.n 3
M. F. UNDERHILL,e 3
Opposite New Opera llouse. '
MeaJs 25c. Open day & niglit. Meal tickets $3.50
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To Eat 3 3
Can always be found at Hess
Bros. Look over the list today
-and note the larje line of fresh
fruit and vegetables.
Mushrooms. New Potatoes.
Celery. Oyster l'lant.
""arnlev. Head Lettuce,
Soup" Bunches. Watercress.
y Leaf I.etture.Turuips. IVas.
MrUMselN Sprouts. Sliives,
Cauliflower. Wax Hcaiis,
Carrots. New Beets,
Turkeys rtressed Chicle ens.
Wild Puck and Spriu.n Chicken dress
ed to order.
ICSO Second Ave. l'honeslO.H, 1013
Have You Seen
Knox, Stetson, Longley,
Hawes Spring Styles
If AISI'KK IKHISK P. LOCK.
If You Laun
VOir COl'LI) not iiandli;
IT MOliK CAIIKFl'LLY THAN
WK DO. Pure soup and wa
ter wash it. Pure starch stif
fens it. Kine machinery and
skilled labor iron it crfect
l.v. We Know our work .is
the lx-st. "e guarantee it t
be the best.
Try it. If you do not. also
think it is the best, don't pay
Wagons Call Everywhere.
Cor. Twelfth Street and
Fif tli Avenue.
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Our new spring stock is here also. New goods
and enthusiasm everywhere. We are anxious
to show this new stock sparkling with brightness.
New Ideas In Children's Suits.
New Fads in iVLen's Suits and Top Coats.
. Our new hats, among which are the celebrated
STETSON, R. 6c T. and SH0BLE makes. A
stunning line of Furnishings. Star and Eagle
Shirts. Novelties in Neckwear. A fine line of
gentlemen's Silk Hosiery. Our display is worth
coming to see, and we are anxious to show it.
You are not obliged to buy, but lucky is the
man or boy who finds his way inside our new
We Say Lucky Because Our Styles
. are Correct and tlie Price
is Riglit, Too
All the news all the time The
Daily Arjrus. ,