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great variety at
The Boston's $3 shoes.
"The Waifs of New York."
Freeh fish at Souder & Son'a.
Sidewalk biick at T- H. Ellis'.
Cuff holders at The Columbia.
' E plant at Drifflll & Qleim'a.
Siberian crabs, Drifflll & Gleim's.
- Fresh oysters at Souder & Son'a.
, Cape Cod cranberries at Arnold's.
Fresh oysters and celery at Long's.
Spring chickens at Souder & Son's.
Large spring chickens at Arnold's.
Large spring chickens at Sommers'.
Choice California fruit at Sommers',
Large spring chickens at Beecher's,
Celery and cranberriea at Browner'a.
"The Waifs of New York" tonight.
Duchess apples at Drifflll & Qleim'a.
Nice spring chickena Drifflll & Qleim'a
Mail orders promptly filled M. & K
The Boss flour sold cheap at T. Beech
New York full cream cheese at Brown-er'a.
TVpnh otatera and celery at Drifflll &
Robert Lee of Cable, was in the city
City life dramatized at Harper'a theatre
Save money by buying $3 shoes at the
Home grown vegetables of all kinds at
Pltntv of fresh butter and eggs at
nvsteni. celerv and cranberries at
Choice Kms&s flour $1 00 per sack at
A fine line new bulk and bottle pickles
Michigan peaches by the basket a
louder & Son's.
The Iowa State band at the Watch
Rock Island vs Moline at Twin-City
Call al Sutcliffe'8 and see his bargains
in wall paper.
Charles Bandlow of Carbon Cliff, was
in the city today.
Michigan peaches 20c a basket for Sat
urday at Arnold'a.
Fall neck wear in
Lloyd & Stewart's.
Ladies should try a pair of S3 welt
shoes at the Boston.
Chickens and California pears and
peaches at Browner's.
You will nve to get np early to beat
the Boston's $3 shoes.
Modoc Eagine soap for scouring head
lights, at Browner's.
Afinedi:ply of California fruits at
The Boston is the place for $3 00 6hoep,
for men and women.
A fine line of new bottle pickles, large
bottles 10c, at Arnold's.
. $3 00 buys the best shoe in the city for
the money at the Boston.
Haye you seen the latest in fall hats?
Lloyd & Stewart have them.
If you want the correct style in fall
bats go to Lloyd & Stewart's.
. The famous Iowa State band at Black
Hawk Watch Tower Sunday.
Base ball at Twin-City park Sunday af
?rnoon Rock Island va Moline.
Wanted A good girl to do general
usework 1405 Third avenue.
Go to the Watch Tower Sunday and
;ar one of America's great bands.
Growing daily in popularity the 3. 4
and 5 dollar line of shoes M. fc K.
Free concert by the Iowa State band
at Black Hawk Watch Tower Sunday.
The finest cuts of all kinds to be had
in the city at the Columbia meat market.
Buy! Buy!! Buy!!! Very! Very !! Very!!!
Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! at the Colum
bia. Our men's $3 shoe ia warranted sty
and fit equal to other $5 shoes the Bos-ton.
We make leaders of $3 00 shoes for
ladies and gents. Try a pair. The Bos
ton. The Daisy straight flur 90c per sack
The Daisy patent flour still $1.20 at Ar
Dr. G. L. Evster is again able to be
about after having undergone an attack
of bronchitis .
Manager Harrop of the telephone ex
change, left yesterday for Akron, Ohio,
on a abort visit.
When you aee our $3.00 shoe. Phili
delphia toe. for ladies, it will surprise
you the Boston.
Found A yachting coat, owner can
have same by calling at this office and
paying for notice.
You will misa a rare opportunity if you
do not bear the Iowa atate band at the
Watch Tower on Sunday.
Henry Diestnroth will give a free
lunch at his saloon. Sixth street and
Fifth avenue, Saturday evening.
California peaches, pears, grapes, Si
berian crabs, pears in barrel, cranberries,
fruits, apples, at Souder & Son's.
Arsenil Council 171, National Union,
ia arransing for a reception, entertainment
and dance at Armory hall, Oct. 11.
Celery. Egg plant, Jersey sweet pota
toca wax beans and all kinds of home
growns vegetables at Souder & Son's.
Mies Mamie Grozan baa returned from
Helena. Mont., where she has been for
some time past, and will make an ex
tended visit here.
The Rock ford Construction company
has finished the paving of Nineteenth
atreet, and will now turn attention to
The M. & K. don't want to boast, but
they are certainly justified in feeling
proud of the new styles they are show
ing in boys' novelties.
Reidy Bros, have a cottage situated on
Twelfth street that on account of
change of business of the owner will be
disposed of at a bargain.
Katie Emmett's famous play. "The
Waifa of New Fork," is so popular that
there have been many imitations of it, but
none are like the original.
Never before have auch bargains in wall
paper been offered to the public as Sut
cliffe ia now offering. Call and get
pticea before buying elsewhere.
Nothing as good as the best particu
larly does this apply to footwear. If you
want the best trade with the M. fc K
where only the best can be had.
At Sutc.iffe's you can buy wall pper
cheaper than at any other wall paper
merchant west of Chicago. CM and get
prices before purchasing elsewbere. N
I yltlis Ell A Wheeler of Chiaffo. teachV
Ur of the voica will begin her lessons in
Rock IWnd. Saturday, September 24
Application can be "made at Woodyatt's
Ixjt is very easy to catch cold at this
season of the year, and it is very easily
prevented by investing in one of M. &
K'a. sprinz overcoats. Nice line from
$4 85 upwards.
There is to be a ball game at Twin-
City park Sunday between nines of Rock
Island and Moline. Harry Sage is organ
izing the Rock Island club and Bert Cun
ningham the one in Moline.
George M. Loosley, Rock Island's
crockery, chinaware and glassware mer
chant, has an extensive announcement
elsewhere, reference to which will be at
tended by profitable results.
The C-, B. & Q will bring in an excur
sion from Kewanee tomorrow under the
auspices of the Farmers' Alliance of
Henry county to attend the legislative
convention of the people's party.
Now is the time to get your peaches
for preserving and canning. Long has a
full supply of choice Michigan eggs,
grapes, pears, peaches, crab apples, Dan
anas and eating apples at Long's.
The democrats of Milan have arranged
for a big demonstration tomorrow. In
the afternoon there will be a flag raising
and in the evening speeches will be made
by William McEniry, Hon. E. W. Hurst
John E. Fleming, who some time ago
left to enter the office of the Western
Union Telegraph Co. , at Minneapolis,
has been transferred to Fargo. N. D.,
and expects before long to be sent to Su
Wright & Greenawalt our new shoe
firm, have a card in this paper which is
worthy of perusal. The firm is one of
the most enterprising and wike-awake in
the city, and the public will find it ad-T-intajeous
to give the firm a call.
Two-cent articles at the Columbia:
Yard lace, yard embroideries, purse.
spool twist, 1 dozen packages hair pins,
hair crimper, fine comb, can opener, pen
and holder, gimlet, 1 handkerchief, tin
oup, funnel, file and lots of other things.
Rev. M. A. He id's colt broke the
strap to which it was fastened in his yard
on Fourth av.nue and Twelfth street this
morning, and got away. The colt is sor
rel. 18 months old. and Mr. Head will
pay a reward for its return to his prem
An informal reception will be given
Presiding Elder Head and Rev. F. W.
Merrell and their wives in the parlors of
the First M E. church tomorrow even
ing. All members of the church and con
erecration are cordially invited to be
Look what you can buy for lc at the
Columbia. Thimble, paper of lacks, slate
sponge, paper pirns, paper needles, spool
b sating thread, spool embroidery silk,
darning cotton, buttons, one yard lace, 10
slate pencils, two pens and tablet, one
yard ribbon and many other items too nu
merous to mention.
The appearance of some of Uncle
Sam'a mail carriers distributing dodgers
announcing last night's republican meet
ing, was one of the many evidences that
the administration is neglecting no effort
to require all employes of the govern
ment to pay for their positions.
Look what 8c will buy at the Cnlum
bia; one handkerchief, pair half hose.
barrel tacks, brush, bottle of ink, cork
screw, yard embroideries, yard lace fancy
dress buttons, doll, fine comb, safety
pins, plated salt spoon, campaign but
tons, file, tape measure, etc.. etc., etc.
Judge Adams has appointed Frederick
Ludolph, Spencer Mattison and George
B. Browner commissioners to assess the
special tax for the construction of the
Thirteenth atreet sewer, and V. M
Blanding, R. A.Donaldson acd Christian
Haberlah commissioners for the Four
teenth avenue improvement.
The Rock Island Brass Foundry and
Architectural Iron works on First ave
nue, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth
streets, is in full blast, and prepared to
do all kinds of work at reasonable prices
None but nrst-class workmen are em
ployed, and all work turned out is guar
anteed to be satisfactory in every respect.
The workmen employed in putting in
the wooden crossing of the C, B & Q.
tracks near the foot of Nineteenth street
are not making a neat job. It is not in
keeping with the improvements made on
that street, and from which the cojncil
has exempted the steam railroad cross
ings. The railroads should certainly see
to it that the street crossings are made
neat and substantial.
Through the outskirts of the crowd,
assembled about the stand from which
Senator Cullom spoke last night. there ran
the hum of the familiar refrain which
democrats started after their election of
Senator Palmer, and which tfaey have
not forgotten "We're after Shelby Cul
lom next. Cullom next, you be', we're af
ter Shelby" And nobody knows it bet
ter than Shelby.
"Don't Tbacco Uplt 'ur Hfe Away"
Is the startling, truthful title of a little
book just received, telling all about No-
tobac, the wonderful, harmless, economi
cal, guaranteed cure for the tobacco habit
in every form. Tobacco users who want
to quit and can t, by mentioning 1 he
Argus can get the : ooe mailed tree Ad
dress tue Sterling Remedy Co., box 831,
Indiana Mineral Springs, Ind.
rHK DAILY ARG ITS delivered at your door
everv ev-nt ne for 144c per week.
lOR RENT Hoora, 1407 Second avenue.
lOR RENT PUaant furuiebed rotm ut No.
13-29 Sfconi venne.
WANTED A pood girl at 113i Third avenue;
WANTED Aeirl for neueral housework, four
In family. Mustbea cool cook, wa?her and
ironer. Waee4 per week. 28i'6 Fifth avenue.
WAS FED Earnest, Intelligent lady to cstal
li.ti a mt.-t Tin t-i 1 1 c hiwinu. nil O hftvini? had
rApcncuwc lu m Diva iuuiu l'tv - -
S, McOulloujjh b:oct. Davenport. Iowa.:
AGENTS making 55 to 10 per day eemnc. ine
Klectrical Wonder household want. 60i Brady
street, Davenport, Iowa, second floor, room 8, 2 to
9 p. m. General agent wanted.
FOR r enovati ng the
entire system, elimitiizting
all Poisons from the Blood,
whether of scrofulous or
malarial origin, this f rep
aration has no equal. . .
Fcr eighteen months I had an
eating sore on my tongue. I was
treated ty best local fhysicten;,
tut ehtaincd no relief; the sore
gradually grew worse. I finai.'y
took S. S. A., and was enf.re.y
cured after using a few fottles."
C. B. KcLemope,
TREATISE on Blood and Slda
Diseases mailed free.
The Swift Spkcihc Co,
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles of
Offer you this week bar
gains in various depart
ments. 1st. 700 yards silkiline suita
ble for draperies, curtains,
etc., at 12$c. These goods
. have never been sold less
than 17 and 20c.
2nd. 600 yards all wool flan
nel checks and stripes suit
able for men's shirts, ladies'
skirts, etc., at 25 cents.
3rd. 500 yards fancy dress ging
hams go this week at 7c
4th. To introduce we will sell
you sour cream and lem.
on juice complexion eoa
at 10 cents per cake, fine
complexion soap made; the
regular price of this eoap
all over this country i9 25
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CLEMM & SALZMAftN,
GREAT B A.RGAINS
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported ciizars. AH brand of tobacco.
The score of all ine ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1608 Second Avenue.
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show w?ll be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keens house wants one. Wroncht Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leadeis made in Illinois for our soft coal and everv one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show you
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock JslaBd.
We are Making a Specialty of
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Big Values, Perfect Fitters, Excellent Wearers. Positively the
most perfect line of Footwear. Inspection invited.
M. &' K.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in RockJIsland county.
New Styles in Boy's Clothing now ready.