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THD i ARGUS. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1892
Strawberries at Browner'i.
Fresh strawberries at May's.
Twin-City vs. Jacksonville Monday.
Strawberries 15c a box at Young's.
"Driftwood" at the theatre tonight.
Base ball Twin-City ball park Mod
All kinds of green vegetables at Brown
From 9 to 10 ladies, read the M. & K.
ad on first page.
Call early at May's for a fine line of
Fifteen highest grade artistic tailors
wanted a; Harper's.
First championship game Monday at
J. C Hamilton, of Zinesville, Ohio, is
in the city visiting friends.
Don't fail to attend the dancing school
at Armory hall Saturday night.
See our new patented detachable han.
die umbrella Lloyd & Stewart.
Wax and string beans, fresh peas, to
matoes and white radishes at May's.
Ladies' special bargain hour from 9 to
10 Saturday a. m. at the M. & E.
First home game Rock Ialand Moline
vs. Jacksonville. Monday. Game called
at 3 30.
Miscellaneous Wanderings Saturday
evening. May 14. at the First jB&plist
Allegoric, pyrotechnic and chromo-.
tropic displays at the Baptist church to
Nice cauliflower, asparagus, and all
kinds of home'grown vegetables for Sun-,
slay at Browner'a.
The beautiful comedy-drama, Drift
wood," will be presented at Harper's
A. R. Carrington at the Baptist church
tomorrow evening. A brilliant display,
thrilling and interesting.
Did you ever see such weather, a
Mackintosh coat is just what you need,
Lloyd fc Stewart have them in a great
Lloyd & Stewart have the tickets for
the opening game of ball Monday. Call
and get one.
AlJ .day, we will sell a $2 50 ladies
sho6Mfl.63. Don't miss it the Bos
ton. Notice Treman & Sons' adv. on an
other page and see cut prices on emoked
Ring up 1314 and have them call and
get your lace curtains and make them as
god as new Parker's laundry.
Wanted Contractors to call at once at
Architect Stauduhar's office and figure on
Hartz & Bahnsen's new building.
Notice our east window tomorrow,
display of $1.68 ladies' shoes, worth
2 50. For Saturday only the Boston .
Drummer boy of Shiioh tonight. He
enlisted at the age of 11, the youngest en
listed soldier of the war. Come and hear
Herman Yogel will have a fine free
lunch at his saloon, corner of Seventh
avenue and Fourth street Saturday night.
String beans, green peas, new beets,
cauliflower, cucumbers, asparagus, rad
ishes, O-ions, lettuce and tomatoes at
Fish chowder will be the. main feature
of the lunch at F. Holdorf's saloon on
Third avenue tomorrow night "Mar
tchall's ohl stand."
M. & K. will place on sale Saturday a.
m. from 9 to 10, their entire stock of
ladies' $3 shoes at f 2 a pair but one pair
to a customer ior one nour only.
Cashier Buford. of the Rock Island
8avings bank, has a report elsewhere
which is worthy of perusal, as showing
the advancement of one of Rock Island's
most prosperous commercial houses.
Mrs. Julius Mosenfelder bad the mis
fortune to wrench her left arm so vio
lently as to dislocate her shoulder, this
morning. Dr. Craig attended her. and
she is now resting comparatively easy.
It you intend to paper your house,!
offl or sto reroom it will pay you to call
and get prices from George Sutcliffe; he
has the largest and best selected stock in
the three cities.
Miscellaneous Wanderings in Jerusalem
Eg"pt and America. Nature's wonders
by A. R. Carrington, descriptive of art,
lite -ature, travel and the wonders of the
wot Id, at the Baptist church tomorrow
The shoes M. &K. have placed on sale
at 1 2 a pair for one hour on Saturday
morning consist of their entire stock of
$3 crade, and equal to those other deal
era would ask f 4 for.
Fr Sale A complete boarding house,
roou for 40 men. near C, R. I. & P
depot. Enquire at this office. This
hou le has just been newly fitted . Sick'
ness is the cause of selling.
B euer's band has received 20 of the
finest new uniforms that have ever been
brought to this vicinity, and the band
will no doubt make a very creditable ap
pear ince in their new outfits.
Should you not be on time the M. &
K. positively will make no exceptions.
The nale of ladies' $3 shoes at $2 a pair
will le for one hour only, between 9 and
10 Saturday morning. M. & K.
Th) sacred concert given by the
Augustana Oratorio society at the Swed
ish L ttheran church at Moline last even'
ing, vas richly enjoyed. The entertain
ment will probable be repeated in Rock
Island in the near future.
Rock Island's new Holly pump has ar
rived from Lock port, N. T. The ma
chinery requires six cars, weighs 121 tons
and the freight charges will foot up to
600. The pump will be erected under
Supt. Murrin's direction at once.
J. A. Gettamy is the new government
gauger in kock Island, lie has to stencil
his initials upon every barrel of booze
tbat is wholesaled from Reck Island. So
every t arrel starts with a J. A. G. on. to
go fartier to make other lass on. Gene-
Moors & Livingstone's company con
tinues t draw large houses and to give
creditatle performances at Harper's thes
aire- The company concludes its en
gagement tomorrow night, appearing
again tonight, with matinee tomorrow
afternoon and performance tomorrow
The fi-st thing a wife will say to her
husband when she wants to clean house
is, "now where will I buy wall paper, or
who will I get to do the work." The wise
husband will say"at SutcliSe's.he has all
the new patterr.3 and latest designs, and
sells cheaper thaa any other dealer west
The Davenport Democrat says of the
entertainment to be seen at the Baptist
church this evening: "The 'Battle
of Shiioh' at Armory ball was given to an
appreciative and critical audience. It
waB the general verdict of all present
that it Wi.s a grand entertainment; noth
ing of tie kind has ever been seee out
side of the grand panorama in the large
C. F. Grammerstorf, late of Moline,
has just f nished refitting and furnishing
the sampls room formerly occupied by
William Dressen at 1812 Second avenue,
and tomorrow morning will have his
grand opening. Mr. Grammerstorf has
fitted it up with some of the handsomest
and most elaborate fixtures in the three
cities, and will conduct a first class sam
ple room ia every respect. All kinds of
liquid refreshments wll be served and the
new propr etor will give the business his
personal a.tention. All are invited to
W. H. Gibson arrived home this morn
ing accompanied by Tommy Ryan, the
140 pound cbampion pugilist of the
world, and " armer" Burns, the wrestler
who defeated Tom Mclnerney, of Cincin
nati. O., in one of the greatest wrestling
matches ever witnessed in Chicago.
Burns has challenged any man in the
world for f 250 or 500 a side. Thev
will probably give an exhibition in the
city in a short time. Good judges of
sparring consider Ryn to be as clever a
man as Jac i Dempeey.
LOST A WINNING GAME.
The Twin Aggregation Drops the
First of the Quincy Series.
Pastry Without Butter.
Light, flaky and digestible pie crust and all kinds of
fine pastry can be made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow.
der without butter or with one half the usual portion, if pre
ferred, or with a small quantity of lard or other shortening
as desired. Pie crust made in this way is more wholesome
and digestible besides being more economical and easier pre
pared in addition to saving all the butter if desired. One
third the flour is also dispensed with, and the crust is rolled
that much thinner, the raising qualities of Dr. Price's Powder
swelling it to the requisite thickness. Tt.ose who enjoy the
appetizing qualities of the delicious hane made pie will
rejoice to know this secret
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the only powder
that contains the white of eggs.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re
ported by all authorities as free fran Ammonia,
Alum, or any other adulterant. Iri fact, the
purity of this ideal powder has nevtx been questioned.
tiood Work Both at the Bat and la the
Field rails t VTIa for the Lo
cals A Hoodoo Home-where.
Tne standing of the clubs is given be
Jolieu .13 11
Peoria 11 7
Rvansvilles 13 7
Terns Hautos 10
4 . .634
The home team met defeat again jes
terday and this time at the hands of the
boys who thang out about the Illinois
Soldiers' home. Bsxendale and Zeis waa
the Twin-City battery, and the young
ster held the Uem Citys down to five hits
while our boys made a total of six hits off
Parvin, the Quincy twirler. It was one
of the best games that has oeen played in
the league this season, three errors being
made in the game, only one of which was
credited to the home team. It is a singu
lar fact tbat wherever the home team
plays their opponents invariably get their
runs in the beginning of the game.
Yesterday Qjincy got its three rues
in the first two innings, being un
able to score after that. They play
there again today and tomorrow, and on
Monday open with Jacksonville at home.
The rainy weather has greatly retarded
the work on the grand stand and grounds
and it will be doubtful if the former will
be completed in time for the opening
game. It will be sufficiently so, howev
er, to seat the people and the bleachers
will also be in shape. The Twin-Cityf
will in all probability put up a good arti
cle of ball when they get on the home
grounds, and everyone should turn out
and giye the boys a reception that will
make them feel that their efforts to play
winning ball are appreciated. The fol
lowing is the summary of yesterday's
QuiECjF t 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
Kock Islands-Molino.u u u u i u u u u l
Battcriot Parvin and Summers; Baxendale
and Zeis. Error Quincy, 3; Kock Island, l.
Earned ninsvjuincy, 1 Base hite Quincy. 4:
Kock Ifland. 6. Two base hit Godar. Passed
balls Zeis 2. Wild pitch Parvin. Time
AIIOCXD THE BASES.
Breathe there a crank with onl so dead
Who never to himself hath said.
Whene'er disposed to fame and fret ;
"The boys will get
Yon bet !"'
New York World.
Isn't it time the mac agement was select
ing a ladies' day when the latter can go
and enjoy the game?
Manager Brackett, of Terre Haute, is
after Pitcher Flood. The Hooaier towns
are both signing new men almost every
The First Wards defeated Totten'e nine
again yesterday by a score of 14 to 5.
Batteries, Goldsmith and Enowlton and
Shields and Totten.
Arrangements are being made for a re
ception and parade to be given on Mon
day when Jacksonville will be here to
open the home grounds.
The Twin-Citys played good ball at
Quincy yesterday, and ought to have
won, but the hoodoo still hanga over
them or else the Gem Citys bunched their
Evansville has signed O'Ro urke who
played short for Fort Wayne last year,
and also Stein lately released by Louis
ville, who will look after the third bag.
First Baseman Wentz is acting manager
since the resignation ot Manager Shel
hasse. The High Schools and the Hot To
rn ales played a game at the Hopflelds
yesterday that resulted in a score of 23
to 21 in favor of the latter. Long and
Noftsker was the battery for the High
Schools and Baker and Hussey for the
Tom ales. Wonder if Seare broke his to
male record bv coaching the winners.
The Leonard Cleanable
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves, guaranteed to have
Call and examine. Bold only
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles of
I ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of dorccstlc
and imported cigars. All brands of tobacco
Tbe score of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1808 Second dve.
One case Standard Prints
These are not the cheap
trash usually sold at 4
.l-2c, but are regular 6
l-2c goods. Quantity
limited to each custom
Some interesting fabri
large lot of Ribbons.
5, 7, at 3 cents ncr,i
9,12. 16, at 5 cents
Very low puces on rather
grade of Ribbons, iafS
very good, however tC
many uses to which twjl
DO nut. 3 "M
MOTH PROOF Bars-
You are probably about ti.'. , I
wondennff how tn ocfi- i. "
the summer your seal skin s? J
sacque. or woolen eirmtnu w.l
snlvpd tho iM.nl.ui ... '. e ttl
proof bsP in twn Biio. " .l
ble. 50c and 60c ; no odor cWI
menu kpnt in tWo a w tx I
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Rock Island, Illinois.
RUGS, RUGS, RUGS,
ALL SIZES AND ALL PRICES.
Smyrna Rugs, 36x72 inches, at $3.00.
" 30x60 " at i.3.
" 26x4 " at 1.52.
This sale lasts for 10 days and the prices are for
cash only. Call early while the
STOCK IS COMPLETE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 123
POCKET KNIVRS anrl SPTRQnTJa v.-i,
ior aualltv. If von want a eWI bi.;r..nn l
' - -J n la j wile.
c . need not te told wtat a nice present an elecant Carrlu I
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Tlli
gaaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas-or
"j viume m ana see now mucn i nave to snow uu
tnat is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock lelanl
From 9 to 10 Saturday Morning
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES
For ONE HOUR only.
Positively none before 9.
But ONE Pair to a customer.
Positively none after 10.
Bear in mind that the price before 9 and after 10 o'clock will be $?--for one hour $2.00.
Ladies can take Shoes home and should the fit or style not be suitable we will fit or make exchan
ges after the sale closes.
. & K.