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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 1, I90i,
WE HAT HAVE Probably shoicers Vtis af ternoon; generally fair toniglit ar.d ' Wednesday; 'fooler. . J. M. 8HERIER, Observer Temperature at 7 a. m. 65, at 3:30 z. m. 74 . CITY CHAT. Steel ranges at Wilchcr's. Baj a home of Eeidj Bros. For insurance, E. J. Burns. Morning Ught 5-cent cigar. Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co. Tri-City Towel Supplv company. .List your property with ISeidy Bros. DunUp hats at the toggery shop. J. K Hawthorne, dentist. Star block. "Time to SpringSfcM. Direct to Springfield. Raffty toSpringti.ld. To Snrinztield. The Peoria route. Peoria route Peoria route Priori a route. a Comfort to Springfield, route. Old reliable to Springfi-ld. route. Fine cars to SpringtieM. route. Popular route to Springfield Peoria Peoria Peoria Io. ria route- Dr. H. G. Trent, dentist, 1724 Sec ond avenue. $1 to Springfield via C, B. & Q. in the morning. Charming day ride to Springfield. Peoria route. Attend Ycung & McConibs' milli nery opening. A. Bush & Co., room 6, Buford block real estate. Take the Burlington flyer for Springfield in the morning. Oil Spring company, of Bakcreiield, Cal., suck 10 cents per share. $1 eaved by taking the C.,Ti. & Q for Springfield tomorrow morning. Weverhauser & Dankmann have laid off tne night shift at their local mill. A 12sl8 fancy paper holder can of Bartletl Broi'. fancv powder. with a bikut Visit your Mate capitol ami Illinois state fair- $lforrcund trip via tne C. B & ti E. C. Eberhart, reliable piano tuner Phone 1471 Black. Residence, 322J Twentieth street. C . B. & Q special is scheduled to arrive at bprinueld at ll:4o a. m., abeid of all other )in?s Nathirg but words of praise at the beauty umpiaved at loung .V Ale Comb's millinery opening. A beautiful souvenir oil paintirg giv-n away with a $ 2 purchase or over at Yomng fc McCombj. Millinery opening Wednesday and Thursday. You are cordially invited t j attend. Young & McConibs. All kinds of mattresses renovated by experts. Called for and returned by the Ilock Island Cotton mills. The Oil Spring company's stock is a good investment, btock "0 cents per share. For ealo by George E. Scott. Special train via C, B. & Q. for Springfield leaves Twentieth street station at 7 a. m.. Oat. 2. $1 for tbe round trip. A number of operas are to be pro du-d during the winter at thBunis, in Davenport, nnJerthe direct on of Wallace -T. MOwdy. Boys, take your best girl to the state fair via the Burlington in tbe ' mornirg Costs no more than to go alone auotner route. Thomas Graham, formerly of this c:t?. who was murderously assaulted In iMvenpnrt lat week, is now pro i ounced oat of danger. 'lie Bock Island B7ggy company has the finest display of veh'cles on t -e stam fa r grounds. See the ex h bit while at hpriogfield. m 1 a mri.. i ia rrenz inviies me laaics to her millinery opening Wednesday, nur-rt - U (u i. bbe ba. toe fi test line of pattern hats in the city. A fat M nrl a iollr groH tif guaranteed via the C, B. & (j. for 5 jnngatsia. Tak in tne atala capitol and fair, ft only' for the round trip James N. White, a former promi nent farmer of Scott county, acrors the liver, was accidentally drowned last week in Montana while fording a stream. August Meinke got his left band c-ught in a planing machine at Volk 6 to.'s mi.i eaietday. Dr. K M. bala, who attended him, found it nec cessary to amputate the first three Co - 7 1 Pliariiiiiiy. I mm wIIjIOj eers of the band. Meinke's tome is la Davenport. Tbxee good square meals and a lucch savtd by taking the cheapen, best and n iickebt route. Tie Bur lington fu- Sprlre field tomorrow morrlDg. John Wiese, employed at MaNevLa, & Gansert's caodv factory, got the first finger of his right band mafhedl by a barrel of aurar dropping on it yesterday. We Invite tbe public to come and examine our fall stock ana our woric- manxbip and jou will surely ba mear ured for a suit by Filter & C j. , 328 iwenuetn street. Ladies' shoe sale; $2.50 and 3 shoes fcr ft 98. paltnt leather, vel- our, calf and kid, in heavy and 1 sols, width A to E; tizea from 2j to 8. Dull? Bros. Exclusive millinery opening next Tueadav and Wednesday. You are ! c-jrdialiy invited. Oiteeen, ex- on:?e millinery, 2i West fcecona street, Daveoport. It's about time that big chunk of ojal was moved out ot Mutet square, wnert It bat been rvitg as au veiurerueni since iaocr car. is l no longer a curiosity. A loiter received from Charles Mc- llugh and party, who are traveling to I'eoria by water on the Alary Ale, states that they expect to arrive ail that p'ace tomorrow evening. We aro now located in our new building at 1816 Third avenue, audi have a complete stock ol gas audi electric chandeliers and electric soi- plies. Call and see as Bock Island Kleotric Construction company. Phone 1280. Miss Younir will open the dancirgl season at ladnttrial Home Monday evening, Ojt. 7, by bfglnnm a I series of dancing parties each sue- ceedlng week on Monday evenings Music by Ogden's orchestra; dancing from 8:30 to 12. Nothing will knock out Jack Frost so coroplotIy as lodiana block or Pocahontas coal. They ignite quick ly, do not clinker and are cheap for present orders. E B. McKown sells this coaL Corner Fifteenth street and First avenue. Phose 11US Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Sant, former residents of this city, are cel ebrating tbe 70th anniversary of their marriage at tbeir home in Lelsiaire, Iowa, today. There are present five children of the aged couple, including Gov. Sam Van Sant, of Minnesota, basides numerous grandchildren. Gov L. M. Shaw, of Iowa, is one of the guests at the celebration. The Diamond Jo line will have a I new hull built for the St. Paul this winter and when she comes out in the spring the will resemble tbe ! (jaiacy. as she wilt have a long texas and her hull will be almott tbe same dimensions of the Quincy. Work on tbe Dubuque is now going on rapidly. Capt. Killecn has decided not to make a bide wheel boat out of her. Corn in Rock Inland county is 50 p;r cent of normal according to the report cf Crop Correspondent l nomas Campbell. The average yield of oats per acre is bushel anu tbe quality vo per cent. The average yield per acre of rve . is 20 bushels and the quality 10U per cent. The condition of Irish potatoes is 35 per cent of normal aod apples 25 per cent. A complimentary entertainment for members and their ladies is to be given tomorrow evening at the Beck I-land Club, the program to be ini- niihtd by Giffen's Orchestra enter tainers, an organization that has won quite a reputation for itself in the pact few years Features of the en tertainment will be Helen C. B'ck, impersonator, and Signor Gicscio harpist. The progratr begins at 8 o clock. Although a month ago it was freely predicted by those interested in see ing the proj acted plow trust go through, that Oct. 1 would see the American Plow company firmly launched and doing business, nothing fioal is l et heard of the fate of the com bine. It is certainly not doing busi- I nei Dens, and in tho minds of manv there I Bti.l exists a large and persiste&t doubt that it ever will get ou its feet. It has been so long forming that it has Iot momentum and n cooa deal of local enthusiasm Tbe Successful Doctor. Tbi king of pursafory sent bis lictors ' to enrtb to bring back noma skillful Chinese physician. You must look for ont said tbe king, "at whose door tlit re are no aggrieved spirits of disem bodied patients." The llctor went off. but at the bouse of every doctor they visited there were crowds of walling chosts banglus about. At last they found a doctor at whose door there was only a single shade and cried out. -This man is evidently tbe skillful one we are In search of." On inquiry, how- over, they discovered that he had only tfnrtot nVnetiee tbe day before. Giles' "History of Chinese Literature." To Be "Wise. "Ef yon wants to git de reputation o know In a lot." said Uncle Eben. -keep ctin mi let do vuthuli feller talk. He's J gwincter to go away wif do idea dat yon couldn't bo p beln purty wise anter us- ' tenin so long to blra." Washington Star. - Be brief, for It is with words as with suubcams. the more they are condensed tbe deeper they burn. The average man gets angry, every J. I nine ne is iu iu wiuuj, auu &uuno iv. Chicago eww. Tlamlin (standing before the tattooed man In the dime museum) Heavens, how that fellow must suffer if he ever 18 Hard wood, cano carved back scat chairs 75c Large 3-piece bedroom suits, PZfl with large bevel edge mirror tJ J Pretty patterns of lograia car pets, extra beavy 25c Extension tables, hard wood. 6 O (f feet long, well made and finished JjrJ Give Us a Chance to Figure on That New House for Shades and Carpets. You Cannot make Money Any Faster than Buying Here. It will pay you to Visit Our Rug and Lace Curtain Department. If You come Here, You will do as the Ret, Buy Here. W. S. HOLBROOK. 103, 105, 107 East Second Street, Davenport. Keep Your Eye . on our list of frui's, vegetables and poultry. We handle noth ing but the choicest and best goods to be obtained in the market. If you really want something nice in the grocery line call us up. Phone 1031. Inspect our list: VCGETABLks. Green Be ana. Wax iteans, Tomatoes, Parsley. Head Lettuoe, Soup bunebes, Leaf lettuce. Plant. Hutobagas. rRUlTS. Peaches, Oyntcr Plant, Cacuinbcro, Green Unions, kitdlabea. Turnip. Lima lieans, Hquaao. Celery. Pranxea, Watermelons. California (J rapes, California Pliuua, Pine Apples, Mu&kmcluoa, ttanaoaa, Apples. fOULTRYt Spring Chickens and Turkeja. HESS BROS. 1620 Seoond Ave. 'Phone 1031 Fall Hat Opening. Knox, Stetson, Longley, Hawes, World Renowned Hats. fir Uoydsl IS THE TLACE. I Iarpcr Jl louse Block. Everybody Is Interested - j Tn tbe yaebta and bit tbe outcome of the race il he. Wbil hould be of quite as much Interest to all la our fall )in-of Huiilnes mod Orercontlntrs for au9b marve ousvalue kitId Is bound to knock competition y Lib. We covet cot tide nee and challenge competition. B. ZIMIER THE TAILOR. Se-:cBd ve, Sick Island We Have i Why? Because we gire the b:st values KEEP THE QUALITY UP We do Business Strictly on the Merits of our Goods. Large kitchen cabine s with drawer and lljuc bin, strong. J )y made Solid oar center tables. 24 in. Qfhn square, well finished J Large comfortable couches, f f spring edge nd tufied c JJ Large arm rockers, carved 7EZ backs i Are You It's pretty hard to know what to do, isn't it, when every clothier in town has "the best at the lowest price," and all "give satisfaction" and "money back," and all beat the tailor to pieces, and "save you a half to a third," and all that It comes down to a question of faith in somebody. Is there ONE STORE : an Rock Island that has for IS years, whether it hat, suit of clothes, or whatever it XONE STORE in town that usually meets your most sanguine ex pectations by doing more than it promises? Is there ONE STORE in town where the goods are of the best making and sewing and fitting always dependable? Is there tONE STORE in town where invariably you find the price put a little bit lower than the lowest? Is there ONE STORE in town that has built up standards all through its business? When you name the store you have named THIS store, and you can get your overcoat here for $5 to $15 and take no risk. An espe cially attractive line of fall overcoats at t.. I r-'-v 1 -ri v ' -" : : 44 04 the Trade. for the people's monejr, and shall continue to AND THE PRICES DOWN. You Take no Chance on Quality When you Trade H China mattings, per v ard 1 Ladies' desks in mahogany and y4 bird's eye maple Good oil cloth, any width, per yard Solid oak combination book- f SZ cases, very large Mixed on the Overcoa .95 and vvvvvVvvv4m4 O1 2 C 7 FT J g ff L J i.arge cmna closets, oval glass ends v I jt 1 Large baby carriages, nice par- asois. weu .upnoisterod, rub- GCZ bar tires and break Larjr sideboards with French plate mirror, polished top 90 uestloh? beea conspicuously faithful sold you a linen collar, a was? Is there $10. i t gets the Jlmjamsl Smart Set.