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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1902.
General Suspension of Business
in Rock Island Monday.
LABOR CELEBRATES AT DAVENPORT
Parade and a Picnic at Hchuetzen
Park-How Others Will
There will lie a general suspension
of business in this city Monday, most
places of business joining with the
factories in a general closing in honor
of labor's holiday. Numerous pic
nics and excursions have been plan
ned by various societies and private
parties ami the indications are that
Kock Island will be a very quiet
The regular Labor day picnic tinder
the auspices of the labor organiza
tions will lie held in Davenport this
year at Schuetzen park. In the
morning at 10:30 the parade will be
held in the business part of Daven
port and it promises to be one of .the
biggest affairs of the kind" eier held
in the tri-cities. An unusual num
ber of labor organizations from out
side cites, as well as fraternal so
cieties and floats prepared by fac
tories and business houses will be in
. Marshal K. I. Meek has announced
the appointment of the judges to
view the pageant ami award the prizes
that have been offered. They will be:
B. Winter, Uock Island: F. Y. liank
and O. F. DeweiuJ. Moline, and .1. YY.
Mullen, C. Kcarth, K. Jnckseh and II.
W. Von Maur, Davenport.
The members of the Hock Island
city council, which body has accept
ed an invitation to participate in
the parade, will assemble at the city
hall at i)-.::o Monday morning, where
the carriages have been ordered to
be at that hour to take them to Dav
Anions? other attractions durinsr
the day will lie the ball games -between
Kock Island and Davenport in
this citv at t a. m. and in Davenport
at 3 p. in.; picnic under the auspices
of the degree team of Woodmen Camp
t. of this citv. at Woodward's
grove, near Port Byron; picnics at
Black Hawk's Watch Tower and l'ros-
pect park; that of the Knights of
t-4iinibiis at (Jrand island, Columbia
club at lluber's irnrdeit. and the
labor picnics at Coal Valley and
Yesterday in publishing the list of
local stores that havagreed to close
,M .in lav that of .1. 1. hhieltls was in
Partly cloudy, with prob
ably showers and thunder
storms tonight and Sunday.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature--! a. m. TO; at
3:30 p. m. 84.
Dolly Bros' tonight.
Za.aro, 5 cent cigar.
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Nice melons at Hess Bros. '
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
Buy a home -of Reidy Bros.
Big furniture values at Spilger's.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
C. E. Taylor & Son for insurance.
Elgin and return Saturday, Sept.
' Enroll Monday in Brown's business
For real estate and insurance, E.
J. Burns. "
Dr. David 11. llawes, dentist, Illinois
Choice' dressed chickens at Hess
Bros, this evening.
Plenty of Michigan peaches at Hess
Bros. this evening.
All groceries will be closed all day
Monday Labor day.
Mild Kiigarcured hams at (5ilmores
packing house market.
We will be closed all daj Monday,
Labor day. The London.
Tames Hoy, suffering with typhoid
fever, was removed in the ambulance
fFbr over 30yecura
' nt DirHTcmc v i
has proven to be th. Bert thf Is fa
-iicj iiiibuiiiaiiu wuiijuiuiui.
0 250. ana ouo. at ail druggists
F M- Hichfcr & Ga.
w" 215 Pearl Street,
ftSfS.-- New York.
yesterday afternoon from 1520 Fifth
avenue to St. Anthony's hospital.
Office Brown's business college open
till it o'clock this evening.
H. Tremann's Sons market will
close at noon on Labor day.
Brown's is the school you hear su
much about. Enroll Monday. .
New line of extension tables at Cle-
man haizmanns. e mem.
Free dancing at Prosjiect park La
bor day, afternoon and evening.
Fall term Brown's business college
oens Tuesday. Enroll Monday.
Twin City Club dance at the Watch
Tower Sept. 5. Ogden's orchestra.
Only $1.50 for round trip to Elgin
and return Sat unlay night, Sept. GV
(ireat uig discounts all over the
store, lou can buy suits very cheap.
Last night to get a tine bottle of
claret or port wine for 5 cents at
A positive reduction of 50 per cent
on all wall paper. 1 lie Modern,
Swimming matinee at Prospect
park Labor day. Have you seen the
Tonight closes Simon Lewis great
wine sale. .V bottle of tine claret or
port for t'5 ceuts.
Go to the Watch Tower Labor day.
Band concert and free dancing after
noon and evening.
Hess Bros, will have a tine display
f fresh crisp vegetables mid choice
fruits this evening.
Go to Prospect park Labor day.
Light Guard band and free dancing
afternoon ami evening.
Dr. I. B. Ennis, physician and sur
geon, also cancer and skin specialist.
Office, :5()a2 Twentieth street.
Special cars will be reserved for
ladies on the Elgin excursion, Sept.
Only $1.50 for round trip.
Everybody is going to attend the
anniversary sale at It. I'. I unit's lb-.
MS West Third street, Davenport. .
Kemember the place. 1005 Second
avenue, opposite the Illinois theatre.
John Spilger, the furniture dealer.
Our photograph of you would have
the much sought after artistic merit
and elegance of finish. The Blakeslee
It's a pretty good snap when you
think of it.v$l.T5, $2, $2.50 and $:i
shirts for $1. Today only at the
The ambulance w:rs called last
night to remove Miss F.mma Mansion
from 221 Twentieth street to St. An
Celebrate Labor day at Prospect
park and picnic with 'y"our family.
Free dancing afternoon and evening.
Light Guard baud.
Kock Island Arsenal Employes
Aid asociation excursion to Elgin,
Sept. 0. only $1.50 for round trip via
C. M. & St." P. railway.
There will be a big cro'w'd' pic nick
ing at the Watch Tower Labor day.
Bleuer's band am free dancing at the
Inn, afternoon and evening.
No better place to spend Labor day
than at the Watch Tower. Free danc
ing at the Inn afternoon and evening,
Hand concert by Bletier' band.
Attend the closing out sale of
spring wall paper at the Modern wall
paper houe,f corner of Fourth ave
nue and Twentieth street.
A beautiful picture given away free
with every room pajiered at the clos
ing out sale, rne Modern, corner
Fourth avenne and Twentieth street
Couches, davenports, iron and brass
beds, second floor, all kinds, all
prices. Drake rurniture Ar. Carpet
Co., 324-320 Brady street, Davenport.
We are selling everything very
cheap simply because we want to
close everything out before we go
back into our new store. The Lon
Just the time to buy school suits
for the children. We are giving one-
third off on all children's suits. The
Go to Drake's for fine and medium
grade furniture. Special prices "for
first, week in September. Drake Fnr-
niture & Carpet Co., 324-326 Brady
Miss Clara Woltinann will reopen
her kindergarten Sept. 8, at the Lin
coin school building, when she will
be glad to enroll her old pnpils and
many new ones.
Beginning next week and continu
ing all next month everything will be
cut in two at H. F. Cor'des first anni
versary sale, 210-218 West Third
Iron bedsteads as low as $1.50, and
everything else proportionately low
at our first anniversary sale next
week. II. F. Cordes. 210-218 West
Third street, Davenport.
Spilger is still selling furniture as
low as it is possible for it to be sold.
If you are looking for furniture
bargains see him at 1005 Second ave
nue, opposite the Illinois theatre.
W. H. Gauley last evening informed
the police that his bicycle, a Clipper
with green frame, had been stolen
during the afternoon from near the
Mager foundry near Twent3'-third
Sec our line of steel ranges, made
from the best materials and high
class workmanship. AYe have them
from $22.50 to $75. Drake Furniture
& Carpet Co., 324-320 Brady street,
Clemann & Salzmann have just tin
packed a car. load- of extension tables
which were' bought at a very low fig
ure and which will be placed on the
floor 'at a price which is far below
anything that has ever been offered
lefore. If you intend to make a pur
chase here is an opportunity that
will never be offered again. Other
lines of furniture at prices that will
cause you to buy at once.
Vernon, the 9-year-old son of W. E.
Kogers,. 1403 Thirty-first street, fell
from a tree while at play this morn
ing and broke both bones of his right
wrist. The fracture was reduced by
Dr. De Silva.
James Manley Saunders, of East
Moline, and Miss Ellen Creager, of
Watertown, were married yesterday
afternoon at the parsonage of the
First Baptist' church, Kev. H. W.
Largest curtain and drapery de
partment in the state. Just received
a new lot of lace curtains from 50
cents to $75 a pair. We do upholster
ing work. Drake Furniture & Carpet
Co., 324-320 Brady street. Davenport.
The Arsenal Employes Aid asso
ciation have made arrangements with
the C. M. & St. I'. to run an ex
cursion to Elgin and return, leaving
Davenport Saturday night, Sept. 0,
at the low rate of $1.50 for round
Drake sells more sewing machines
than all city agents combined.. Ma
chines from' $12.50 to $40. Sixteen
different well known makes. 'All ma
chines guaranteed. Drake Furniture
& Carpet Co.. 321-320 Brady street.
Special excursion train for Elgin
Jeaving Davenport 10:45 p. m.; Bock
Island 11:00 p. m.; Moline 11:15 p. mM
Saturday, Sept. 6, arriving in Elgin
5::; a. m., Sunday, Sept. 7. Ke
turning special train leaves Elgin
7:30 p. m. .
Miss Maude Montgomery, whose in
genuity is responsible for a deal of
valuable advertising for Kock Isand,
has gotten out a new series of post
cards bearing an excellent likeness
of the Modern Woodmen head office
Drake's queensware department is
complete. Just, opened up a lwt of
Haviland anil Austrian china. Visit
this department and see our special
bargains in glassware. Drake Furni
ture & Carpet Co., 324-320 Brady
When n man buys a $2. $2.50 or $3
shirt for $1, i,e feels a little bit guilty.
It stems like stealing t hem. but don't
mind. We bought and pa-id for them
and if we want to give them awnv.
that's our business. Yon can get
them today. The London.
Steamer C. Y. Cowles with the new
barge Sophia will make two trips to
the Grand Isle each evening on the
following dates. September 2, 3, 4 and
5i Leaving levees, Davenport 7:00,
Kock Isuand 7:30 o'clock on first
trip. Fare round trip, 10 cents.
Attend the Modern Woodmen picnic
at Woodward's grove, two miles north
of Port Byron, Illinois, Labor day.
Sept. 1, auspices of the Camp
21) drill team, Kock Island. Kestaur
ants tin the grounds. Dancing after
noon and evening. Bound trip only 50
cents by way of the C. M. & St. P.
Train leaves Davenport at 0:45 a. in
Kock Island at 7 a. m.. and Moline at
7:10 a. m. Keturn trip leaving at
8:15 p. in.
Mrs. Alfred Andrews, of South Kock
Island, was surprised by a merry
party of friends Wednesday evening.
The evening vas most happily spent,
the visitors leaving a beautiful exten
sion table and a set of dishes as evi
dence of their esteem for the host
ess. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison. 005
Twentieth street, entertained last
evening for Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hii-k-ey,
of Anaconda, Mont., who left this
morning for their home after a short
visit with relatives. Mr. ami Mrs.
Hickey have been in the east for a
Kvery Healthy Hoy
Likes to get himself into places of
danger. Hence bruises, strains and
sprains. Mother scolds and brings
tint the bottle of Perry Davis Pain
killer and rubs it on the injured spots
with an energy and freipieney, de
pending on the seriousness of the
case. There is nothing like Painkil
ler to take out the soreness. There
is but one Painkiller, Perry Davis.
j Price 25c and 50c.
Misses' kul and box calf shoes, former price
$1.50, $1.75 and 2, for
Children's shoes twenty-five cents less.
Hoys shoes at Irif? reductions.
320 TWENTIETH STREET,
Men's Shoes $2.50 aLrd $3.50.
DOLLY BROS., 208 BRADY ST., DAVENPORT, IOWA.
ARE YOU ON....
To the fact that our stock of (2ro
cerleH i the most complete in the
city. We have everything lathe
line of tresh truits. vegetables and
choice canned goods. Some good
things lor your Sunday dinner:
Celery. Green Corn.
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Uuoches. F.t'K Plant,
Ucat Lei tuie.Tu mips.
Cauliflower. Wax Ueans,
Tokay. Malaga and Concord Grapes
Katlnn and Cooking Apples
Watermelon Cal. Pears
Plums by the peck oj bushel.
Poultry tcvnd Fish.
Dressi'd Sprinir chickens.
1620 Second Ave. Phone 1031.
The most popular $3.00 Hat
Bring your head ami we can tit you
UAKPEIi UOUSK ilLOCK.
Yes, we make -Shirts.
"TRIF.LES LIGHT AS AIR"
But as important as -weightier
and mdre cogent reasons for
patronizing any given laundry,
are the attention paid to turn
ing over" collars, no tearing of
buttonholes, nQ scorching of
shirt bosoms anything else for
that matter. Many littles make
good laundry work and perma
nent customers. We will suit
Laundry ? 5
Twelfth 8t, Fifth Art. Pbon 1S36
j Vj C,
Are the best for the price in America. We stand back of
this statement and repeat itBest shoe in America for
the price. We1 squeeze $4 values into a $3 price and $5
values into a $4 price. Shoes are a "side line" for us
does not cost us a penny extra expense to sell them.
That is one reason why we can afford to squeeze the price
as we do. Good judges say our shoes are elegant. Eco
nomical men say it pays to wear M. 6c K. shoes. Wise
men buy their shoes of us. N
We Gan Now Show Yon tKe
New Fall and Winter
Styles Iol Footwear
Burrojap, Patent Leather, Enamels, Idea! Kid, Vici Kid, Box Calf, New
Lasts. Absolutely Correct in Toe, in Cut, in Style.
We have the exclusive sale for the celebrated Packard Shoe. We guarantee
every pair from $2 to $4 in price to give perfect satisfaction. The manufacturer
protects us in this guarantee; so then, if you want shoe elegance, shoe comfort,
shoe satisfaction and shoe economy you will wear an M. 6c K. shoe and save a
dollar or two.