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THJB AKGUS, FKIDAY, DECSAiliEK 2, I3J2.
'MOLD, The Grocer,
s no competition in the city, his stock is the most
replete west or Chicago, there is nothing in
his line that he has not got. His
Prices are the Lowest,
he sells for cash only nd for that reason he can
e vou uiuucy, uicic i iiu ube trying 10 quote pn-
as the articles in the Grocery line are too numer-
s to mention, and as my space is limited, call and
f convinced that what 1 say is true.
ARNOLD, The Grocer,
1620 Second Avenue.
Wehn Dianos at Woody alt's.
Wehn panns at Woody alt'e.
Piao s SlO-CO a monih it Woodvult'f.
Pico $10.00 h month at Woody ut'r.
C-!c!,raied V htclock pUuos at Wood-
v ait 8
AK v.ur dealers for the Black KawU
brand of oysters.
Any kind of a cifc e mv3e to order at
KieJj & oath's
When hufics? fresh oysters, buy the
Qlack Hak triad.
If jcu wnnt me best buy the Bl-.k-'
Hawk bfanJ oysters.
C H Baker. of E ocgham, III, is ia tire
city visi :n: fiier.d?.
Specinl sale jioekeiboolis and c-ird
CHSeS at (Jalt'8 St'lirdxV.
Wa i d liLmediHt. ly'at Mrs. Korrif
Rosf ifi !i', a i d cook.
Try ' our hosrb-.ond candy for c
it es'.ra. sT-iDa lieii s
alf Skin shoes
pr boys and girls
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete lin of Pipe, Uraes Goods, Packii.g Hose
Fire'Brirk. Ft. 1 arc est and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago
DAVIS tBLOCK Moline, 111. I 1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth 8t.
reieDJQone auoa. i
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WELL KNOWN-
and Leaderin Styles ard workmanship, has received
FALL SrJ OCK of takings and Overcoatings;
C-OlLi. and leave your 'irder.
Stab Block Opposite Habper Eotjbtc:
M. Ltt- Qilt'
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL, BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
i -mm. 1 mm. 'I .
Attend the ( OOXe'b-ok and c-rd C t
shI.j Suurda.. at GiU. l"i;6 COO;:
T-n per omit, discount
bo-'ka ard c rd eaes i
Do jou Deed a pockethook
The special 8ile hi O -liV
1815 Seee.nl nM'i.utr.
Toe Y. W.C.l U.niit hold their regu
lar meeting ii ihe Y. M. O A. roraf t
gil.uri'ay at 3:80 p in Ali iadies are in
The cold weather hKs do effect on ilx
ice nrurn husintss. Kit l! & Alaih ktei
it for fsle si! -Aimer. Paries aud fain
If you wnni tomcihinp exr fine f-
decorlllios tour boine-. ri;lors or r.-o!
rooms od any occasion, re.-oensber K'f
& Math L-iVi- it
Send y. r.r orders f.r t'Kinc. Si'i ! !
sters, cli.ms. ehell an" enfned nu.t-s '
Uurrv Sinythe'c, 1S19 6ecnd w u,u
We have crmrmriCf-d nuking !.::
made enndits If you warn g n-
taflv. cream cardy r.r cnm is fop ui io
Kre"ll & Maib'8 frob every .1.
Messrs . H. Sieraon & S n. the s'ovt
and hor.ce f nrriisninir aood cieaieis,
removed their st(re from i'6 !o
cation at N 150S S 'cood avenue to the
store opposi'e. No 1515.
The Ladies' Industrial Ri.hef Soc:e'
holds its regulir luontbl? ineetiaR r ihe
old Hicb school boild'os. 5aui'day,Drf .
3. All persons Loldioc bills ugMnfct ihe
socii ty wili pleatw pr-weD'. them to the
treasurer, Mrs Morris RoeLfiuld.
Mrs- J'.men Conror ent. rtaii.ed a par y
of friencs at a p'-oar'-sri-' '..i;iire p.n
at her home on Twentu-tu street yes-
cerditv aft: rno n. Hf.tifle a?e souven r
nnzes v?ern civet), d-.intv rcf reebmeu!
ere served oad tfce &H .ir !rovea a
lightful one iu every rtict.
A large audienre :ss-mhlei1 at the
Christian church Us nii-ht. the euhr-c!
for (iiscnsHion heine "N-i me sn Uu
Bottles." The ben 'if i.-i;eresi wh
mnnifeFted and the expWna'ion of fne
New Wme" civen bv the ewancelift
ws followed clo-elv. The ruhiect for
this evenins; is "Fol)winu .letus.
A Disappointed Crowd.
A slip of girl walked along the street
pushing a bicycle by her side.
A man witn a broad, intellectual head
and the stamp of enterprise upon his every
feature passed in the opposite direction.
He was obviously in a hurry. The per
spiration stocd in bends upon his brow.
The slip of a girl caught his eye.
"Aha!" he exclaimed.
Anxiously he consulted bis watch.
"I haven't the time," he muttered, "but
Turning quickly he retraced his steps.
With measured tread athouijhtful party
with clerical garments sauntered ou the
Bhady side of the thoroughfare. He met
the slipof a girl. He paused irresolutely.
"I ought not," he murmured, "but I
Presently he might have been observed
sauntering in the other direction.
An ordinary individual, who was run
ning lor the doctor, forgot his errand or
mercy and joined the procession which was
following the slipof a girl pushing a bi
cycle by her side.
A postman with a special delivery lett er,
three sewer diggers, a dry goods merchant
and a street car conductor were among the
others who dropped ordinary vocations to
join the popular movement.
The slip of a girl proceeded two blocks.
The man with the broad, intellectual
head looked mad; the thoughtful party,
hurt; the ordinary individual, disgusted;
the postman, the sewer diggers, the mer
chant and the conductor severally disap
pointed. They all sighed and went their
The slipof a girl had chained her bicycle
to a hitching post and disappeared in the
She did not even attempt to mount the
machine. Detroit Tribune.
At the LOW PRICES we quote on
Sideboards, Extension Tables
See our South Window display
Loips, Coate anfl Parlor Suits,
WE B3AT THEM AIL.
Beaconsftci3"s Idea of Greatness.
It seems that in the earlier portion of
his career lieajamin Disraeli was on a
visit to Liverpool and was induced to have
a look at the Royal exchange. Accom
panied by a friend he went when the place
was thronged with merchants at high
noon. The scene was a striking one, and
It impressed Disraeli much. lles::id:
"My idea of greatness would le that a
man should receive the applause of such
an assemblage as this that be should be
cheered as be came into this room."
Xo one noticed Disiiieii on this occasion.
It was no doubt In-fore he mads las at
tacks cu Sir Robert Peel, and his person
ality bad not yet been presented to Eng
lishmen through the cartoons of Punch.
But a day came when he was again on a
visit to Liverpool and had obtained a
prominent position iu the political world.
He went to the exchange in compeny witn
the same fi'ieud (Mr. Stewart), and on this
occasion his entrance w:is noticed, ana a
cheer was raised which soon spread into a
roar, aud ended ia a perfect ovation.
Disraeli was deeply moved. He recalled to
Mr. Stewart the remark he had made
years before, and admitted with pride and
pleasure that his ideal test of greatness
had been realized.
Mr. Gladstone would probably think the
applause of the Sheldouian theater at Ox
ford the highest approuation, and Carlylo
was known to value highly the reception
given to hiiu by the Edinburgh students:
hut few would have guessed that lord
lieaconsGeld's idea cf approbation was
that involved in a cheer from men im
mersed in calculations of consuls, or in the
rise and depression of the more speculative
stocks. leeds (Knglanu) Hercury.
Bedroom Suits, a complete assortment.
Fancy Upholstered Rockers and Chairs.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
Heating and Cook. Stoves.
A special line of Holiday Goods.
Lamps of every description; Easels, Albums, -
Silver Plated Ware, etc.
MUXt'V Ki I l.ltS.-
30 Frar.k D. Se.helbie 'O Al rt
Oxi-n-i. w40 feet lot 5 block 19. O il
Town of Koik Island, 3 5;.0
RoseC and Joseph F. !Sely to Lizzi
Crabtree. blocks 2 and 9 l linoii City,
80. John W. Foell to HeDry Thorp,
sw. ml. 30 10, 5w, f4S0
29 Carl P. RyCboiiK to John A
TIptoH lot 10 Fiirview adtitioe. Rick
20. Enate of John Vnnderveer.' Le'
tent of administration isutd to Ehner E
Vnderveer. bond li'.fcd and appr-jv.-d.
Estate of Timtby Buckley. Final
rnnrt of executrix hi. d ad ordtr nisi
approving same- r-nd for ponce, etc.
A Cbila Erjoys
The pleasant fl ivor. gentle action aDd
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of & laxativ.-, aDd if the father or
mother be costive or b'-hous, the mo
prmifvine results foilow i s uxe, so to
it ia the heat fumilv remedy known, aud
every family should have n bottle.
We will sell at our stable' on Saturday
Dec. 3, vX 1 O'clock bbarp, 50 hebd o' the
best western horses that we ever sole".
They are all young; and in eod order,
weighing from 600 to 1.100 pound?.
Some of them are broken to saddle acd
I harness, and some of tntm are unbroken
lokton x 1KU
jVc who for years have been suffering
i h a distressing hfleclion of the bn-k or
kidaey- have been immediate! v relivfd
,iDti nerraanentiv eurea dv ine iu.ih-ious
"se of r'slVAtion Oil. 'he reat o;n cur
Aoj ly nr.p. ordins- to directions.
m of Hsai.
You don't have to look
twice to detect them brigrht
eyes, bright color, bright
tion. Disease is
Per I l r T
No Extra charge.
GHAS. A. MEOK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, I .
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Cork sole shoes,.
Calf lined shoes.
Special Ladies Department
is replaced by the healthy
kind. Scott's Emulsion of
cod liver oil effects cure by
building up sound flesh. It
is agreeable to taste and
easy of assimilation.
grprd by Boott Bowne. 5. T. All drncirista.
During the reign of Elizabeth English
dudes wore shoes three reel in lengtn, me
toe pointed and fastened up to the garter
jrith golden chains, to which little bells
I have been a preat suffrei from dry
c-itarrb for many years, and I tried many
remedies, but none did me eo much bene
fit as Ely's Cream BH ai I' completely
cared me. M. J Lilly, 89 woodward
avenue, Boston Highlands. Mass.
I thitk Elv s Cream a dm is the best
remedy for catarrh lever .w. I never
took anything tnai reutvja me so
quickly, and I have not f e t so well for
a long time. 1 used 10 oe iroumen un
severe beanacBes two ir mree -iuies n
week J. A. Alcorn, An t L P R K
Co., Eaton. Colo " ' '
What the Hon. George G - Ves rays m
regRTd to the superiority of the Hirsch
berg's diamond and uonchangeable spec
: "I am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirscbberg and tbey are the
best I ever tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirscbberg
as an excellent optician, bnd bis glassei
are simply unequalled In mt experience
Q. O. Vest '
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Thomas agent for Rock Island.
Fits All fits Mopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No fits
after the first day's use.. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and 9$ trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 831 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
druggists; call ou yours.
Nature works by gentle
means If anything goes wrong
in the vegetable world she cor
rects it. If a tree lo es part of
its barb or a limb ia torn off in
a tempest she repairs it qu-etly
but surely. So with our pliys:
cal system It is the nii'd
power that subdue. If the
stomach and bo we s f tj oat -of
orJer thert is no necessity for
tearing them in pieces with a
large dose of poweitnl piils, for
nature will resent, ihis attempt
to interfere with n-r hi.wa by a
reaction that ieaves the vict m
in a worse condition than he
was in the first place. The Lax
ative Gum Drops act in this par
ticular with ease and certainty,
but gently and quietly. They
remove ali morbid matter from
the digestive organs - and allow
them to resume their natura
condition without difficulty or
danger. " They contain no taet
of medicine, but act with cr
tainty if their use is pers?t-rd
in. tret them of any dealer.
Sylvan Remedy Co ,
80 i, 303 W. Second St., DavensrU
Flour, Etc. .
Telephone 1098. -:- 231 Twentieth street.
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL. DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDBB-W
J. 0. DUNCAN, Proprietor.
f . SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Wcrk Done. 1
Oenerl Jobbing done on abort notice nd MtiefiurU in guanin'.e-d.
Oaio, d Sh, 721 Twelfth Etr.t. KOCK IMT
, GEORGE RCHAFElt. Proprietor.
1001 Second ATenne, Corner of Sbrtecntb BUeet, - - Oppoint Barj er' Tkeatof.
The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer snd Cigars always oi Hand
Free Lnnch Brcrr Day - . atndwlches Fornlslied on Short Notice.