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THE ARGUS, MONDAY", SEPTEMBER 4, ISPS.
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School supplies at the Columbia.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
J. J. Johnson, of Omaha, is in the
Oysters served in any style at Krell
& Math s.
Orsttr bv the can or dish at Krell
The public schools reopened this
Ask your grocer for the Best on
Dob Me slates from 10 cents up at
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
J. . Law head left last evening f"r
Amoskea apron cheeks 6U- on
Tuesday at McCain1 Bros'.
lr. C. C. Truesdale and wife left
lor Minneapolis last evening.
The jri-at sale of ladies" shoos
t-pens at the M. & K. tomorrow.
It open tomorrow the 3 choice
sale of M. & K. ladies' tine shoes.
Chief of Police M. II. Sexton made
flying trip to Chicago l?.st nijrlit.
Last ':i'l on Eton suits at MeCabe
Bros", prices cul in two. Head ad.
IT. M. Schellener. of the Clinton
Daily Ajre. was in the city yesterday.
F K. Ebt-rhart, assistant secretary
td the Y. M. C. A., is taking a vaca
tion. Butterine 15c per pound at II.
Schroeder's market 311, Twentieth
Tomorrow is the opening dav of
the $3 choice sale of ladies' tine shoes
M. & K.
K. II. MeMullen secured the bike
disposed of by Charles McIIugh Sat
Cieorge Mixter and son. George
Mixter. Jr.. left for New Haven.
Conn., last evening.
J. Newman, of Chicago, is visiting
with his brother-in-law. Eli Mosen
Mder. for a few days.
Miss Mamie Kinney leaves tonight
f ir Chicago in the interests of Black
burn & Co's. millinery.
MeCal.f Bros' 25e Scotch ginghams
tlii week for 2ic. Do you care to
save $1.25 on a dress pattern?
It is net an every day occurrence
hat you can buy 6 shoes for 3.
New is your chance. M. iv. K.
Milton Jones and his family of
musicians left this morning to till a
special engagement at Keota. Iowa.
, Cut corn waste, suitable for cow
feed. 25 cents per hundred. Trv a
load Roc k Island Canning Co. Sears.
Your c hoice of ladies" shoes $3 in
cluding 6 grades.- Don't miss it:
Its an opportunity you'll never have
Messrs. Y. P. Quayle and C. G.
Daek left this morning for Indianap
olis to attend the national G. A. U.
Char'.xs' Webber left fur Minneapo
lis lat evening, after attending the
'tineral of his sister, the late Mrs.
Ben C. Keatr.
The lirai of J. B. Souders & Sons is
.naking arrangements by which it is
'ntdit will be able to resume the
Dr. A. II. McCandless has moved
his dental parlors to a comfortable1
and attractive suite in the new Y.
M. C. A. building.
The attention of ladies rerjuirir.
narrow widths is particularly direct.
d to the $3 choice sale of ladies' tine
shoes at the M. & K.
Kramer, Bleuer & Co. for job
printing, book binding and blank
kxwAs, 150S Second avenue, Kock
Island. Telephone 127.
Please do not ask for more than
one pair as that is positively the
limit to each customer of the $3
choice shoe sale. M. & K.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Benedict, who
h?ve been spending the summer at
the Harper, return to their home at
San Jose, Cal., tomorrow night.
Richmond Terrell has moved his bar
ber shop to 1704 Third avenue, where
hf invites all his old patrons as well
as others, to give him a call.
Tea. coffee or chocolate with a fine
sh of fresh oysters and a few nice
f c -h buns is what makes a rich meal.
m ! to get the same go to Krell &
Do not send your neighbors, but
: ni" and make your own selection as
:h limit is one pair to each custc
a:t r of the c hoice $3 sale of ladies
-h s at the M. & K.
v YV. Means and family returned
frt u their v:-it to Atlantic, Iowa,
th morning. Mrs. E. J. Skiie?.
-. has been visiting in the west for
si . ral months, returned home with
Swak to O. M. Curtis at Henry
Ci.rtis" ollice nii get special rates
f."" your J irty oing to the WorMV
i:i'-r. lloti! iieiaware. Sixty-fourth
-t-eet ainl . ottage Grove avenue.
The train which leaves Bock Island
fo Chicago ui 0:20 was niade a spe
?i:.l today fur the G. A. II. of Minne
ytu and did not go to Chicago, but
branched off at Senaca, 111., for In
diauapolis. Ti.e oVject rf the $3 choice sale of
ladUa' shoes Et the M. & K. is to
bring their fin -r grades into more
prom nence. This sale is for a few
davs only. Don't miss it you can
not afford to.
A 'sm attached to Voss' milk
Vagou i,ot away on Third avenue be
tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth
this morning overturning the wagon,
getting loose and. making the cir
cuit of the business portion of the
city, being finally cavght on Market
They tell it of Coli C. AY. Durham,
who made his first .official military
appearance as one of Gov. Altgeld's
aids at Chicago on Illinois dav, that
the horse he rode or that occasion
died the following ?ay. YTho can
say of the colonel nov.- that a horse
has not died under h m in the ser
vice of his country?
Siemon Bros., who recently pur
chased the Barnhart printing estab
lishment on Third av nue, are pre
pared to do all kinds of first class job
work in the most jpproved style.
The firm is composed of George II.
andfeterSiemon, both practical men,
anil t hey will not only do all work
assigned t them in tl e best manner
possible, but will guarantee it to be
e.pial to the best in the three cities.
At the republican "ountv conven
tion at Davenpor;Jatrrday, Dr. E. S.
Bowman was nominated for coroner
by acclamation. Tlu nominee is a
son of E. II. Bowman Jr., of Kock
Island, and has recently graduated
from the Iowa State iniversity and
has hung out his shingle with his
uncle. Dr. A. Y. Bowman, who has
built up a line practici at Davenport.
Ed's many friends i i Bock Island
will join in the hope hat the people
of Scott county will fc rget all about
politics in their endeavors to get the
right man for coroner anil elect him
with a wltt'op.
Police roll t.
tian Hubbe w:is fined S3 and
costs by Justice YYeU: Sat unlay for
using abusive language. Mrs. Mary
E. Lemon was the complaining wit
ness, and Mr. Hubbe contends that
he was aggravated to such an extent
by the conduct of his reighbors as to
provoke him beyond control.
Officer Maucker had an experience
Saturday night withene of the in
dividuals who attempted to swipe the
pennv-in-the-slot device at the Har
per house corner the j revious nifht.
The police knew the pair and were
laying for them and Ma acker arrested
one of them on First avenue. The
fellow resisted and tl e officer laid
him out with his club. Thinking he
had rendered him ui.conscious he
started for the patrol bix to send for
the wagon, when his orisoner who
w-as merely feigning got up and fled.
The policeman fired tv o shots after
the fleeing fugitive, but he escape.!
This morning the cas ? of Melvin J.
Parker vs Thomas Bag ey for malic
ious mischief, w as br night before
Justice W (::.. :;arley was held
in $20 bonds to appe ir" before the
circuit court. The case is but a week
old. as will be remembered. Mr.
Parker left his horse standing at
Nineteenth street and Fourth avenue
last Tnesday evening and Baglcv
came along," and a feeling akin t'o
sympathy took hold of Tom's big
heart at once and he tc ok the horse
to Frick's livery barn, and Mr. Par
ker, returning a few riinutes later,
found it gone" and notifi.-d the police.
They searched for tie horse all
night, and in the moriing about 7
o'clock Mr. Frick telephoned down to
the station and said the horse was at
his barn and had been left there bv
Local World' Kalr Visitors.
L. S. McCabe went to Chicago this
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.Miss Alice Campbell went iu to
fair this morning
YY. S. Knowlton and
morning for Chicago.
son left this
Miss Nellie McCarty returned from
Chicago last evening
Mrs. John Brennan returned from
the fair Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Griffith went
up to the fair this morning.
Duncan McFarlane returned Sat
urday evening from the fair.
C. F. Lynde and F. J. Kinnev are
spending "the day at the World's
Mrs. and Mrs. J. G. Iluntoon left
for Chicago this mornii g to attend
Mrs. Robert McFarlane and daugh
ter. Miss Margarete, left for Chicago
Mrs. Charles P. Swan? on and son,
Lawrence, left Saturday for a week's
visit to the fair.
About Ki people have left Kock
Island and vicinity for Chicago ..ince
Mr. Jacob Ohlwei'e-. Sr.. and
Mrs. William H. Hoeft ,eft for the
World's fair city Saturday.
Frank N. Horn went to Chicago
this morning, where he till join his
wife and see the sights a: the fair.
Julius and Paul Brandenburg, ac
companied by their Mst -r. Miss Al
vina Brandenburg, left !or the fair
Mr. and Mrs. William II. Biglowe,
of Thornburg. Iowa, are visiting at
the residence of K. D. Kendall, on
their return from the fai:
World's Kair Rat- .
"Burlington route, C. H. & Q. rail
vay, will sell 30-day limit excursion
tickets to Chicago and ret irn atG.97,
and excursion tickets limited good to
return any day to and including Nov.
15, 1S93, at . For furtl er informa
tion apply to
M.J. Young, Ticket Agent.
II. D. Mack Div. Pass Agt.,
Rock I laud, 111
KuiChU or Pjrthia 4.
Members of St. Taul lodge, 107,
Knights of Ppthias, are requested to
meet at their Castle hall tiU Mondj'
evening at 7:30 for specia. work.
H. W. tsMTIHE, C. C.
Ad Odd Form of Conrtihip.
Mr. Mortimer Menpes, the artist, trav
eling in the east in search of subjects, has
come upon a curious form of courtship.
Sketching one day in Burmah, he no
ticed a man a little distance off glaring
fiercely straight ahead of him at some
object he could not see from his position.
The man sat with the same fixed glare
the whole afternoon and was at it again
nest morning. Mr. Menpes had the cu
riosity to ask nn English visitor what it
meant. The reply was, "Oh, he is in
lover And it was explained that this
was their method of courtship.
The object of the man's attentive gaze
was a girl in a neighboring bazaar. When
a yonng man falls in love, he has to seat
himself at a certain distance from his
adored one and wait for her to do the
rest. If she looks in his direction once
or twice on the first or second day, he is
wildly encouraged, and if on the third
day she nods to him and smiles it is
time to go to the parents with reference
to the marriage settlements. London
Modern Education or Children.
To bring the child into contac with
facts, to grade him in classifying and la
beling these facts for himself, becomes
the teacher's first and chief duty, in
obedience to the sound principle that de
velopment of powers is gained by their
exercise only. From this point of view
education is conceived of as a natural
process extending from the cradle to the
grave, with nature as the chief teacher
and the mother as the first assistant,
whose work is carried on by the schools
and the experiences of life.
In this natural process of education,
ideas come before expressions, whether
the idea be the child's first conception of
color and form or the profonndest ab
straction of a philosopher, and its prin
ciples are therefore applicable to educa
tion in all grades from the kindergarten
to the university. Professor William M.
Aber in Popular Science Monthly.
w York Versus Chicago.
A funny outcropping of Chicago's am-
bition is the practice of the papers of al
ways referring to this city as "New York,
N. Y." It just tickles a Chicago man to
pretend that no one would know which
New York was meant unless the abbre
viation of the state was given. New
RE Vor IX NEED?
Want a coot
Rant a partner
Want a t.itua'1on
Want to tent room
Want a 5ervar,t g-"l
Want to sell a farm
Want lo cl) a house
Want to cxebarpe anthiop
Wai.t te ril hoiisiho:d goods.
Want totnekcany real estate l.ians
Wart to it trade t. r ar.yttilna
Want to find customer for aiij thing
USE THESE COLUMNS.
tihe daily a kg us dkliveked attocb
i Coot evtry eienme for lic per week.
VI7 ANTED MAN IN Til IS CITY WITH fSOO
f Cacti Capital to Mart a 1 ranch of oar Ivifi
nrsj. $y" i tr month can easily be made. Bust
ne?i strictly le citimita a d psrmacent: now in
operation in tevcra' title? coinine money. Par
tie? with the required cap'tal, mt-anit a bnint-s-!,
address: Lcs:,xe A IlorKif, .Seave Bnilting.
Under the maiagement of
CHAS. T. KINDT.
Attractions every evening and Sunday after
noon. Bund Concerts. Wednesdays. Fridays tnd Sun
days. Elesant tneala at a'.l hours at S5c. 50c and 7!c
Order by Telephone No. U20l
the reliabie uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cases. Book giviag
full particulars nailed free. Address: Koom S
Whi taker Block, Davenport.
Ladies' Choice 3.00 in
cluding fG.000 quality.
Lots of Narrow Widths from Triple
Previous to the arrival of our Fall Stock, which is now on the way, we shall give the Ladies a grand
treat Your choice of the Finest Shoes in the Store at $3.00 a pair, including 00 SS 00 and
S4.00 quality. LADIES' SHOES ONLY. ' "
Sale opens .Tuesday, for a few days only.
$6.00 Shoes for $3.00. Your choice, $3.00, any style, shape, size or width.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Siioe Store 1E04 Second arena Clothine Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116.122 Eighteenth St.
Great Sale of
for the next TEN
low prices. Call
DAYS at very
and see them.
FI0SIT1 GAS STOVES,
all sizes. For economy and
bor-savinjj there is no fuel
equal a (las stove.
Ice Cream Freezers.
1615 and 1617 Secoi d Avrw,
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imporud ciears. All brands if tobacco.
The score of all the ball garnet wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue.
Here i9 a grat value ia cool
OSERR U ay unbleacti-
d cotton flinrel in abort
lengths. f to 10 yard
pieces, regular 12Jc and
15c qua i y,
BUY all y u will iieed thia
uintt-r, a . nowhere can
it he ad at tha jrice.
1709 and 1709J Second avenue
Special sale on school
10 Slate Pencils 1c
5 Clae Penci s lc
8 Lead Pencils lc
2 Pen Uol lers lc
1 Bottle Ink :ic
1 DouMe Slate covered 15
1 Box White v rayon sc
1 Box. 5 Pieces Colored Crayon 1:
Taij'et lc eac'T and tip
It k TaMe's 5c each and op
And mn:y other ilerus at correspoLdlcg low
S-nay Cck. Wa'.nnt rr Oak Frame, 'i honr
strike nd Caitclral Gon Mrike, only $2.35.
The Great one-ha'f Ptire sa'e . f Limp is
nowon-NV and up to 510. The Urje?t a--sorttnt-nt
4c per bus
4c per bottle
lc earh and np, according to titi. Les
half what others vt for the same tiling.
O. YOUXG, Proprietor
1728 Second .lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is row located in hi cm bui'ding at the corner
and Twenty-third street.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
$0.00 quality at
b S 8 8 2 ? S . 1 I
left, but what wehave:
25 per cent off
L4DIES SILK WAI3TS-Jnsi
h lew left. Tak-
c em ice oi -f-i.75 to x-3.
CASTILE bOAP 8 ion
tuia nrat shipment
we wi'l sell t. o cak
Joet on half price a
time to lay
supplies and specialties
4 Qt tea pots
3 ,t tea pots
4 yt tea pots
7 inch pie pla es ..
4 it bowls
6 Qt bowls
Chambers, yellow .
Tio cup j
Graduated measure yt cup '"""!!!'."'
4 hole mourt traps '. r,
Pud-'intr pans a-',' .'-
Tin buckets, 1 tjt '. H. !!.?...
Tin buckets, i c s
11U DOCKetS, i cis
Table oU cloth 15c per jarl
1 Qt t'n coffee pots.
9 Qt tin coffee pets..
3 Vt tin coffee pots.
The Spot Cash Department Stnrr
of Fifth aveune
223 Twentieth str.
Take jour pick on t the
Finest Shoes made f 3.
Shoes only! But One pair
to a Customer,
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