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,THE iVUGUS, E11IDAY, FEBIttfAtlY lo, -loofi.
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Here is Your
FRESH Fish, dressed Turkeys,
dressed Chickens, fresh
Mushrooms, Spinach, Cauliflow
er, Oyster Plant, Radishes, Leaf
and Head Lettuce, Celery, Cu
cumbers, New Potatoes, Green '
Peppers, Red Cabbage, Hubbard
Squash, Green Onions, Tomatoes,
Fresh '. Waukesha and Neufcha
te Cheese, Ficrida and Califor-
nia Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pine
apples, White Grapes, Bananas,
Eating and Cooking Apples,
Nuts',1 Candies, Etc.
If you order at the H. &. H.
market, you will be sure to get
the freshest and best goods.
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS FOR
Telmo sifted Early June Peas,
prices for Saturday, per
can ... 10
Lyndon 1 lb. canned
strawberries, per can 10c
Too much pancake flour on
hand; to reduce quantity,
large sacks 1S
English walnut meats
lr lb 3Sc
Jordan almonds, shelled.
Pecan meats, per
" - 50c
Pound boxes finest choc
olates, per box 2Sc
Stuffed olives, per
.Good cooking apples,
Pr peck - ;25c
Agents for Elgin and Wiscon
sin Fountain Creamery Butter,
in one-pound bricks. The finest
table butter produced..
Boys' Gymnasium Classes CiVe
Their Program Tomorrow
Eighteenth Street &. Third Ave.
Old Phones 456 and 380. New
phones 5440 'and 5825.
BASKET BALLSCHEOULE MADE
Committee Announces . Games During
Remainder of Series Intermedi
ates Defeat Moline.
Cures croup. Fore throat, pulmonary
troubTes-Monarch over pain of every
sort. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
The juniors and boys of the Y. M.
C. A. will give a gymnasium exhibition
tomorrow afternoon, from 3 to 5
o'clock. The following program has
Freehand drill Boys.
Wand drill Juniors.
Marching double time Juniors.
Apparatus work Boys, under leader
ship of Truesdale. Juhl, Stevens. Whee
lan, McKibben, and Beselin.
Pursuit relay Boys (McKibben and
Elephant Jun lors.
Knapsack race Juniors.
Potato relay Boys, ( Juhl, Wheelan
and Truesdale, captains).
Battle ball Picked teams.
. . . ...
Arrange (he Schedule.
The basket ball committee of the
association last evening selected Ralph
Souders and Ralph McManus as per
manent officials for the season, and E.
C. Earl as official scorer. The teams
meet tomorrow evening ' to select
names and team colors, at 7:30.
The following schedule has been ar
ranged, the teams being designated by
the name of the captains:
Feb. 17 Wiley vs. Cowling; Lien
hard vs. Hall.
Feb. 21 Hall vs. Cowling; Wiley vs.
March C Lienhard vs. Cowling;
Wiley vs. Hall.
March I" Lienhard vs. Hall; Wi
ley vs. Cowling.
March 17 Wiley vs. Lienhard; Hall
Defeated Moline Team.
The Rock Island Intermediates de
feated the Moline senior team at Mo
line last evening, by a score of 41 to
21. The Rock Island boys at all stages
of the game outplayed the Moline
IN THE SUBURBS.
Milan. Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs. B.
Dorman spent Sunday in Rock Island.
Talk of the
NEVER BEFORE IN THE HISTORY OF ROCX IS
LAND COUNTY HAVE YOU BEEN ABLE TO SECURE
SUCH BARGAINS AS ARE NOW OFFERED AT OUR
tWO STORES IN OUR CLOSING OUT SALE OF THE
13,000 SHOE STOCK OF A. E. FROYD, WHICH WE
HAVE PURCHASED AT OUR OWN FIGURES. THESE
ARE NO CHEAP SHOES, BUT ARE HONEST, SERVICE-
ABLE SHOES AT LESS THAN M A N U F ACT U R ER'S
COST OF PRODUCTION. WE ARE CONDUCTING TWO
OF THE LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE SHOE
STORES N THE TRI-CITIES. ASK YdUR FRIENDS
ABOUT RANK'S SHOES, SOLD ONLY IN THE STORES
BUSY SHOE STORES.
503 15th St., MOLINE,, ILL. 1618 3d Ave
CUT OCT AXU v PttESEXT THIS COU-
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POX, AM -WE WII.I. KBFUKD OA II l
FARE 05f PURCHASES.
Mrs. Charles Thomnsqn wag aears
caller civ Thursday. ' - . - v
William Smith of Cambridge spent a
few days with his son and family in
Mrs. Becker is quite ill.
Rev. J. B. Rutter of Rock Island was
a Milan visitor on Friday.
J. C. Johnston is able to be out after
a severe cold.
Miss Margaret Gilmore of Ixmg
Grove. Iowa, was visiting her cousin.
Mrs. John Palmer, and calling on Milan
friends on Tuesday.
D. T. Little of Taylor Ridge was -a
Milan caller on Wednesday.
Miss Anna McQuaid had the misfor
tune to lose her pony last Monday
The animal fell and broke its leg and
had to be shot.
Mrs. Hurley White entertained the
ladies of the G. C. T. club at a Flinch
party last Saturday afternoon.
Miss Maud Medill of Moline. spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Unger of Coal Valley attended
the institute in Milan Saturday.
Miss Marie Lovoll and her brother
John of Rock Island, spent Wednesday
with relatives in Milan.
Mrs. William Kale and Mrs. Clark
Smith attended a W. C. T. U. meeting
in Moline Monday.
Mr. Boyer, one of Milan's oldest citi
zens, is' suffering from a severe attack
of muscular rheumatism. '
Mrs George Harris and daughter.
of Edgington, were Milan visitors Sat
The Young Peoples Home Mission
ary society met last Monday evening
at the home of Mrs. Mary Cr.swell.
About 50 were present.
Miss Mabel Boulton was a Daven
port caller on Wednesday.
Miss Carrie Bowman of Rock Island
was a Milan visitor Wednesday even
ing. TAYLOR RIDGE.
Taylor Ridge, Feb. 14. Miss Susie
Fox was shopping In Rock Island
Mrs. Charles Walton went to Rock
Mrs. Robert Miller and Mrs. Andrew
McConnell are visiting friends in Rock
Island and Davenport this week.
Mrs. F. E. Carnett has been ill a
few days during the past week.
Charles Edgington shipped his house
hold goods Thursday to his future
home at Washington, Iowa.
Miss Nellie Carpenter and Julia Mal
let t gave a -box social at the hall Fri
day evening, the proceeds to be used
toward the libraries in the east, and
west Taylor Ridge schools. The pupils
from the two schools gave an inter
A number of the Taylor Ridge young
people went to the farewell party at
Herman Hofers Friday evening. .Mr.
Hofer'will soon move on the old Rob
inson place, which lie purchased.
Mrs. Russell entertained over one
hundred guests Wednesday evening at
a reception in honor of her daughter
and husband. Mr. ami Mts.-.JyilP
Schneider, whose marriage took place
in Rock Island during the day. Eight
young ladies dressed in white helped
the hostess receive and entertain the
guests. The bride wore a dress of
white Lansdowne trimmed in ribbon
Mrs. Connelly returned to Taylor
Ridge Friday from Arkansas. She ex
pects to make her home here.
Miss Hutchins, from Rock Island,
came to Taylor Ridge Saturday to take
charge of a class in music.
Henry Carpenter shipped four car
loads of cattle from Taylor Ridge
Carnett & Walton have appropriated
the Bennett restaurant as a harness
OF TEACHERS IS HELD
Study International Sunday School
Lessons and Discuss Methods of
Personal Christian Work.
The first of the series of Thursday
evening meetings for the Sunda
school teachers of the various churches
of the city was held last evening at the
First Baptist church, and was attend
ed by about forty teachers. The meet
ing was devoted to a study of the in
ternational lessons, under the leader
ship of Rev. MarionHumphreys, pastor o!
the Central Presbyterian church. Fol
lowing the discussion of the lesson,
some time was devoted to a discussion
of methods of personal work, the meet
ings being intended as preparatory to
the evangelistic services to be held
next month. Next Thursday evening
the meeting will be held at the Cen
tral Presbyterian church.
AH old-time cough syrups "lnd the
bowels. This Is wrong. A new idea
was advanced two years ago in Ken
nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. This
remedy acts on the mucous mem
branes of the throat and lungs and
loosens the bowels at the. same time.
It expells all cold from the system.
It clears the throat, strengthens the
mucous membranes, relieves coughs,
colds; croup, whooping cough, etc. Sold
by all druggists.
AT THE ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE, OF
D. ROT BO?LBTS STOCK AND
SAVE $150 TO $200
A positive closing out of every instrument in this stock. They are marked so low, and the terms made so
easy, that their quick removal is assured.
Easy Payments at the MarKed Cash Prices
The time will not come again soon, if ever, when you will have the opportunity to buy such high grade
instruments at the remarkable discounts offered here.
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Terms: Small Gash Payment, $5, $6, $7, $8 to $10 per month
We predicted a quick sale of this stock on account of the high character of the instruments offered aty
such astonishingly low prices, but we must admit that the number of instruments sold thus far in the sale'
far exceeds our most sanguine expectations.
You Must Act QuicKly If You Would Secure One
A very few left. They are marked
at prices that represent but a frac
tion of their true worth.
$85, $90, $110 ami $120.
$10 CASH. . . $5 MONTHLY.
Good for Hcglnncrs.
$10, $12, $13, $20, $23.
fSlOCASII. SI MOXTIIIA,,
3e nnd 5o per Copy. .
ONE OF THESE WILL SUIT YOU:
Buys an Ebony Case Upright, In line condition. Original cost
of this piano, $300.
Buys an Oak Case Upright. This is a sample Piano and made
to sell at $250.
Puys a $300 Upright, Mahogany Case. This is a rare bargain
ami will be quickly taken.
Buys a beautiful Knglisli Oak Upright. This style always r.clls
everywhere at $325.
liuys a large Cabinet Grand Upright, in French Walnut rr Ozl:
Case, and worth $350.
Buys a beautiful Colonial Upright in Mahogany or Oak Case,
Buys a $4)0 Upright. Thi rjiano is a wonderful bargain at
.Buys a ?4T5 Upright. Mahogany. Case. This style never frojd.,
before for less than $475 . .
Buys an ICnglish Oak Upright, handsomely carved case, and
a rare bargain.
New and Uwtl O: rans at your own
price. Manv diff n-nt niakp. SK,
JO, $12, $13, !?2. $23, $30, to
$3 CASH . . $3 MONTH.
New r.n-I used players to close out
at hn!f or 1 ss former prices. A
libiv.l supply of music with each
3f pj! at wonderful, bargain'
priii.-;. 'Supply your needs now
and Kive money.
To Secure Choice Selection an Early Visit is Advisable
THEATRE a 0 0
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July, 12, 7.95. 7.9ft, 7.f)5.
Septtraber, S.(2. S.07, S.02, S.07.
May, S.10. S.20, S.07, S.20.
July, S.17, S.30, S.17, S.C0.
Receipts today Wheat 11, corn
oats 10S, hogs 32,000, cattle 0.500,
Hog market opened weak to 10c to
15c lower. . Hogs left over 10.500. Ight
3.S5G.5. mixed and butchers o.S5(p
u.12. good heavy 5.S3QC.12, rough
heavy f.S."? "5.80.
Cattle market opened weak.
Slice p market opened 10c lower.
Hogs at Omaha lO.ooo, cattle IS.OOO.
Hogs at Kansas City 7,ooo, cattle
The funeral of William Edgington,
who died at his home in Washington,
owa, this week, was held today at
Reynolds, the services being conducted
at the Methodist church. Friends of
Mr. Edginston. and the family from
Hock Island Mere in attendance. On
account of the prominence of the fam
ily there were many acquaintances
who mourn the death of Mr. Edging
ton, who was so long a resident of this
itohne, Kewanne, 111., .ay,: J dan Jht?
waa falling rart.fty, tK?Ja"iaeS;itSS
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Kickapoo Medlctwa Co. Clin'towviiit.Conw.
Chicago, Feb. 16. Following are the
market quotations today:
May, 84, 84, S3V2, 83.
July, 83, S3, S2V4, 82 V4.
September. SlTa, 82, 81Vi, 81'4.
May, 43, 43. 42, 42.
July, 43, 43, 43'4, 43'4.
September, 44, 44, 43, 43.
May, 29, 29, 29, 29.
July, 29 Vi, 29 '4, 2S, 29.
September, 2S, 2S, 27, 2S. ;
May. 15.30, 15.52, 15.57, 15.52.
July, 15.15, 15.35, 15.15, 15.35. '
May, 7.S2, 7.S5, 7.S0, 7.85.
U. S. Yards, S:40 a. m. Hog market
weak, 10c to 15c lower. Light 5.S55p
G.07. mixed and butchers 5.S5Sfi.l2,
good heavy 5.S5('0.12, rough heavy
Cattle marliet dull. Beeves 3.75
C.30, cows and heifers 1.504.GO,
stockers and feeders 2.70 4. CO.
Sheep market weak.
Hog market closed active and
steady. Light 5.S5G.07, mixed and
butchers 5.S56.15, good heavy 5.S3
G.15, rough heavy 5.S55.90.
Cattle market closed slow.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
Xew York, Feb. 1G. Gas 98, U. P.
151, U. S. Steel preferred 107, U. S.
Steel common. 41, Reading 137.
Rock Island preferred Go, Rock Island
common 25, 0."& V. 51 Vi. Southern
Pacific C5, N. Y. Central 14S, Mis
souri Pacific 9914, Metropolitan 118,
We Offer You Cash!
To meet your present obligations on terms which will j,
make it convenient end easy fofyuTh repay us. You
have to keep your credit good or' in ti short time you
won't have any, and a man without "credit is like a ship j
without a rudder; when the seas are fiiiooth fhe may
make pert all right, but in times of stress and storm, the !
chances are much egainpt it. We furni.-h cash quickly
and take as security a lien on your furniture, jiiitno. hors-
e -, vr.s:inf, e'e, which von retain in your own possession.
Let ::s e";:!e yr.u rates, r-ubje-ct to your appiov:.!, anl te:i
you how we do business-.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 33,
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evenings. Tele
phone West 514. 7New telephone 6011...
Manhattan 159. L. & X. 117. Shelt
ers IGI',4. C. F. I. Cl. Canadian Pa
cific 171M. Illinois Central 172-. Pen
na 139, Erie 44, T. C. I. 152. C. & O.
50, B. R. T. SI, 13. & O. 109, Atch
ison 89, locomotive 72, Sugar
1UV. St. Paul 187. Copper 111. Re
public Steel preferred 100, Republic
Steel common 32.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Rock Island, Feb. 10. Following are
the wholesale quotations, in today's
r Provisions and Produce, j
Butter Dairy, 20c to 22c.
Lard 8c 10c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 10c
11c a pound; hens, a pound, 9c; ducks,
per pound, 11c; turkeys, per. lb., 13c
to 15c. Geese, per pound, 10c.
Vegetables Potatoes, G5c."
Egg Fresh, ISc.
All the news all the time The Argus
ELLO! Is This the
f MUELLER LUMBER AHD COAL OFFICE?
uTUank you! Please send us three more tons of that Li A
SALLE LUMP COAL. It is the BEST coal we over
used, also send us three more 12-foot boards to enlarge
our coal bin, you ive such jr o J weight.
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