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THIS ARGUS, TIIUliSDAY, DECE.UliEU 8. 1892.
:qual to any $5.00 shoe.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Nobody is particularly anxious to spend their
money; everybody has to. Your iants
must be satisfied, and it takes money h do
it. A person is not apt to look cheierful
over the prospect of spending money; j lots
of buying is done with a long face; this is
all wrong, we offer a change for the better
and you will find our immense stock of
Holiday Novelties of Footwear will do it.
Iff mi)s ei m m jmt mm
CM "&a M f W :M tk't
:iOl, 03 W. secsil St., Davenport.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General jobbing done on dbort notice
Offio and Show 721 Twelfth 5tr,.t.
our brand of SMOKED M SATS.
aii Muepnone urati promptly uijcd. j Tcleptoot: Ke. 1103. 1700 Tnird L
WE ARE ALW4YS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF-
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
Delivery wagons always on
having them stop ' at thn.r iesid?nee3, vi
jBame at our premises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
Get a Pair
Calf Skin Shoes
for Boys and Girls.
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and saneiac-lon pnarantei'd.-
rarues aesirons q
please notify th
JosuK. Dec. ftj.f8, Ira Wain
writtht commenced heT.SEjater term of
school at Osborne on Mopy morning
last. ' : .nJS.
The Willo wd&le school is Ro9via ses -sion,
with Miss Bromley, of Roclj Jqland,
la engaged tqach the
Luther Brown, son of Gregory Brown,
suiw oica. ur. csaie.ia attendine
W, H. Whiteside, our, postmaster, is
very sick has had several jinking spells
Dr Bruner. of Port Byroprti&: attending
Charles Stephenson's child thrust- its
hand into the wringing machine l Dr.
Black was called in. He said he thpqght
he could save the fingers. jT-L
On account of our last etorasajtberft -Is
till considerable corn to pick.KS";.
Mrs. O. N. Searle and MiesVMaud
Crompton arrived safely at 8a City.
Leading republicans in this locality
still claim that the prohibitionists have
been the sole cause of the defeat of their
party. We claim thai the republican
party has died by its own hands. It has
simply committed suicide
We have a machine in this local'tv.
o nea by James Dilion.of Hillsdale, whi b 1
not only cuts up corn fodder, but hiMtsd
the corn, and it is said it will do it clean, r
than is generally done by hand. The
machine is now at work for Mr. Gregory
Brown, on Rock rivi r.
We believe that the legal rate of inter
est should be uniform aod that it should
not be more than 4 percent. If 8J on
an average, is all that is got out of land,
4 percent is certainly enough for money.
If our legislators wouid do this ibej
wouid confer a blessing that would, like
the dew of heaven, fall upon the just
and the unjust.
Coal is one of the raosf necssar1 ad
best gifts of Ood to man. It is just as
wicked to place a tax upon it, and by
that means diminish the comforts of the
poor, as it would be to tax the light from
heaven, or the air we breathe.
Cordova, Dec. 7 Th ere is some
talk of the wives, daughters and widows
of the members of the M. W. A. or
ganizing a camp of the Royal Neighbois
of America. M&v success crown their
efforts. Jv 2J- .
The railroad masons are still working,
and expect to have work as long as it
does not freeze up solid.
Joan Kly. of South Kock Island, has
been visiting his parents here the past
W. Stockwell has returned from Clin
ton and expects to winter here.
Mrs. L. C. Stockwell "who has been
sick for a lone tim is:ncrw convalescent.
Two new members, Chas. 'Quick and
James Green, wtre taken into the band
on last Saturday evening in place of W.
R. Carter and Btrnia Brown who .'res
signed on account of the new constitu
tion and bv-laws.
The ice has about cleared th river at
this plice so there is no liiffijuUy in
crossing with it 8ki4.
Annie Sme!tz.;r is visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. James Tew.
J. W. Heaney is quite sick with a bad
col i and b-s been cocfiiitd to the hoa.e
f r several days pist.
Th? Port. Bvrou Lime association em-
j;lryeS i.re still working on odd j b
aroun.i the bain asd lime r-ht-ds and will
continue sc-aie time if th weather : holds
K Ol. r
Preparations are being made 'by tj?
Ladies' Aid socie'y. of" the Mehndist
rlitrrh, for a fair, to c immence Friday
of thtq wrek.
Wc uuderstand that the Baptist church
will soon inaugurate a series of revival
It is saii that both the Biptist and
Methodist churcheR will have Cori-tmas
Winter base ball is beta talked of by
some of the sport i about town.
The youDg people are talking of resum
ing the club dances again tiiis winter.
Charles Applelon, of Fulton. Neb., has
been visiting friends near the village the
Mrs. Ida Rathbun, daughter of G W.
Brinck, is confined to her "bed with a
severe cold and shows no sign of im
provement. Mrs. Hubbard and daughter, of Clin
ton, Iowa, have moved into the house of
the late Lucy BWay. and intvnd making
Coidova their borne in the future.
Take it home. Having used Salva
tion Oil in my family for rheumatism, I
find it an excellent remedy. Hiram G.
Dudley, of Dudley & Cirptn'er. com
mission merchants, 125 Light el., Balti
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. BRIEF MENTION,
Good fit, is what you want, to ge
Bill Njeand A. P.
Ask your dealers for the Black Hawk
brand of oysters.
Any kind of a cake made to order at
Kiell & Math's. . : r t r
If you want a good suit or overcoat go
to Dixon the tailor. ' .-, s
When buying fresh oysters, buy the
Black Hawk brand. "
Just received, a fine lice of overcoats
and suitings at Dixon. . .......
If you want the best buy the Blake
Hawk brand oysters.
Try our hoarhound candy for colds
We make it extra strong..: Kreli &
Now is your time to make your selec
tion of a winter suit or overcoat, at
Wanted A competent girl for general
housework. Apply at 1132 Third
Dixon the tailor has a . fine selection of
winter suitings. Call and Uave your
The ladles of the First Mi E. church
bavo decided to, give, a supper in the
c lurch parlorsJ9rid&y, pe&fZQ. '
Tnecold weather bas.no effect on the
ice cream buipes; rell & Math keep
it for sale all winter. Parties and fams
Hits supplied. "
If you want something extra fine for
decorating your homes, parlors or club
rooms on any occasion, remember Erell
& Math have it. ...-,.. .f .-
Snd ypur orders for game, fish lob
sters, clams, shell and canned oysters to
HTrj .Smthe's, 1819. Second, , hvanuti.
Telephone .1017. , . .". i. -
We have commenced making home
made candies,. If jpu wafif, some ' good
taffy, cream candy ar carams stop in to
KreU& Math's .fresh every day.
A Chjla Enjoys
The pleasant flavor,' gentle, action and
soothing effect of Sjrupot Figs, when
in need of a laxaivf,, and if the father or
mother be costive or bilious, the most
gratifying result foUo' Ua, use, so that
it is the tst' family J-emed j known,, and
everytandly;iMHW liave a: bottle.
5kX Eemdncbe ani-nelifvo all the trembles inei'
.?nt to a bilious ptato o tb system, such E9
ticdaes?, KaaB'.'!. jprowriTW. Distra aft5i'
fitiug. Tr-in in ILo Si'J?. & 'Whilo tUeipmosi
rejuakalrle euccoss baa been shown in cioli
-:.v1cbti. j-ft Cnrior'r t-iftig TAime Pills ars
nnll; xtejl4ninCoBFtiptior. ctirhntass! nr..
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.liars it' so many V.n t!ia;-. ?t3fi!i!x:
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'a arc v-rr cupII
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at'ic writ usulXiAtj 1'itu CliL-:iiic:iI Cofc ;.
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-ry ano i;iaMr lnutlt'N etc., wtll find our S;.
i r1 rat in tut. a Snf i'enain nnd Ppet'dr 4' l -
ciimt he " Kvaiiruent3. Dr. V"
i-wbo hasffiv. .poeioj ettoniioR Ui
fnnl fat flies which actdfroctiT h:-"-
tnmn Momch Meciiclni's, as they txv ;
changed tytlietrrt nc juio.?and t e i i .
cbariKe of diutoriDterrtiptioriiib. ...
cus-iinp from iii.lM t.. tirum. nn j v .
W.li.nms prlvut. practice. Give c'l'I l '
SixGIFIC K0.8I Sr'e' K; ,
s:'rER!SE ElTRrpKIC r:-.-
Jail or write forCctal'ieue a:ri lii!,i.n.-.r. ..
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ABBOl-TJ JSLY CTTE23. Ui5fl I lt.(1 I
Tbt imrK rrKtl of ' wri'i OnrrwswT vtt-me
ut iDtcrnal roll(H'. will tnr ny re of Trttr. Jaii
rniftUerhaworMtiiimt9cr)ODctfto4iB. Sold Kt rfn;f irts,
pc artit bT mail fnr SO rt. 3 Bose. i Ai4rs. ft
Ko. S28 Eighteenth etrte;. Clothe not called
forlnaide of two monthc will be sold.
Bhirto without collars
fhirta with collars
Shirt, dreea fimeh or pleated
Coll re .'.."..."."."
Cnffa per pair ...V..V "
Undershirts .l.l'.'.ll'.""" "'
CheniMtes ...III! 1111" "
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coau ; AS
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Vase and Library Lamps,
Y . .. Ylow trices.-
CARPETS Now is th time to buy.
FURNITURE Every description. "
PICTURE1. Easel, Albums aui Silverware.
ROCKING CQ AIRS, Easy Chairs.
n t8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
314 BRADY STREET,
Tb F atx and Wum r Goo.s ai e row DAVENPORT.
J-;iminbj; jare'rlu virg iJie Igjgf-Kt ai d most varied
asoitnit-iiT f PeMfeteTin and ImoRteti pocds in th three
t.itietp S uHi -niadwrt- yctir mraeure iif-va 0 to cO; Tj ou
Have 5.000,000 Souvenir Half. Dollar "Cnin-; in th.v fasr-,iirt
tiiJ American rfnp)pv: Ac
of tlu.'5e-6ins and tteiri'nnitid'
vhp.Sv-mt.' them our copulation i
sogre?,t a. demand, for these. World's ? Fair Souvenir Coins thai' they are
already -quoted at tor??- premiiim. f rX, e '..fr
TOUhat0 -nem mP -0rmUS pr0fiLs h3ve been ected for-
This is the People's Fair
We Are the People's 5ervants
;-v; divided sense of duty confronts us
We-need $5,000,000 to fully carry out our announced
plans, , and ; :
. Mf have decided ta deal direct with the people
To whom we are directly responsible---among
: whom an equitable distribution of these National
heirlooms should be made.
The World's Fair Offer to tl;e American People:
rv, l0"0! People's profit be curtailed we must
..w. wic ui jaw.laju souvenir world s Fair Fifty-cent Silv
i-oins tne sum of S5. 000.000. Thk
smaller sum trian the reonle
through an indirect medium. eVery patriotic'man woman STSS
should endeavor to own and cherish one of these Coins, as they will te
valuable m fnture years-a cherished object of family pride
rvemcnuer mat only 5,000,000 Coins must be divided
w.wu.wu people, i nese (Joins could
be sold at a hip;h premium to Syndi
cates, but we have enough confidence in
the people to keep the price at a Dollar
for each Coin, as this will make us realize
$5.000,000 the sum needed to open
a.. 6aica uu inc peoples Droad
HOW tO Get 00 to your nearest Bank and subscribe for as many coins
Til foV you need for )'our family and friends. These Sub
IfleLOinS Agents of the World's Columbian Fxmsitinn will riv
VOU thPir wpinr fnr
j wvtia iui vi 11 11 1 1 11 uir-
begin before December.
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Dution of the Souvenir Coins, as we
any reason it is inconvenient for you to subscribe send Posloffice or 'Express
' tosZfi? er for M man' coins 35 VOU wish with
instructions how to send them to you, to
TREASURER WORLDS COLUMBIAN EXPGSHION.
Ofdor, wm b. FlUed in b, Or4 ta nieh thej( Recevetf '
No Extra charge.
322 Brady Street, Davenport,. la.
fair directors; -
T rvT I ntirrrjcc Tk i fi' .
'"- j.'auiuui Hiiu niiioncTcarures
number, compared with the tniliions
means $1.00 for each Cnin a miu-h
A fil P tn rir f r :r i j
for a Dollar.
j.,- , r . .
it niiwunr nr t n ac o c mill
- j UUIVLI V UI l lllOl. ilJill." Will
s-nd thpm to vnnr wi hnt if fr-