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THE AEGT7S, WEDNESDAY, XOVEMBEB 22. 1899.
GOES TO MISSOURI.
Rock Island Road Transfers
Agent J. C. Pugh to
NEW POSITION IS A PROMOTION.
J. f. fVLH.
Will Leave the City the Present Week, to
He Followed In About a Month by HU
faintly Han Been Company's Freight
Representative Here Two Vears Charles
Mcllogh Now With Monon.
James C. Puh, local freight agent
for the Kock Island road, baa been
transferred to St. Joseph, Mo., where
he will serve the company in a similar
capacity, but where the dnties are
greater ana me op
for the display of
the change being
in the line of a
promotion for Mr.
Fogh. He was sent
by the company to
bock Island two
vears sco iroin
Stuart, Iowa, and
during bis resi
dence here has made many friends for
the road, all of whom will regret to
know that he is to leave the city.
Mr. I'ugh was checked out yester
day and will probably leave for St.
Joe the latter part of the week. His
family will not follow for about a
month. Mr. I'ugh's successor has not
yet l;en named.
Mcllagh With the Monon.
CharlesMcIIugh, an old Kock Island
boy, who for the past several years
has been employed by the Hannibal &
St. Joe road at Hrook field. Mo., as
trainmaster's clerk and operator, has
resigned to accept a more responsible
and lucrative position with the Monon
route, for which he becomes train dis
patcher at IMoomington. Ind. Charley
was formerly connected with the Pos
tal Telegraph company's Kock Island
otlice. He is a bustler and will make
his way in the world if given any kind
of a show.
L. H'. Kerry, division superintend
ent, and J. (. Thorn, supertendent of
bridges and buildings of the Burling
ton, were in the city yesterday.
Traveling Freight Agents (J. F.
Moore and Henry Scbearer, of the
Michigan Central, were Rock Island
business callers yesterday.
Robert Iaw. traveling auditor of
the C, 15. & C;., is in the city.
The Weather We May Have. O
Threatening weather, with showers
tonlKbt and Thursday.
Today's temperature. 50.
J. It. Shkbiek. Observer.
Stoves at Hynes'.
Poultry at Schroeder's.
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Kdtterine at Schroeder's.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros,
(lame at Harms' restaurant.
For insurance, E. J. Burns,
(iame at Harms' restaurant.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Came at Harms' restaurant.
Anniversary shoe sale at Dollys'.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
Telephone 4483. E. E. Mangold.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Phone Huesing for A. K. C. beer.
All kinds of pork cuts at Schroe
der's. Children's red shoes can be bought
Special prices on poultry at Schroe
der's this week.
Wire sink strainers 10 cents at
Young & McCombs'.
Get prices on poultry this week at
Kron.e stove lifters 2 cents at
Young & McCombs'.
Choice creamerv butter -'5 cents a
pound at S. J. Apple's.
Family groups for Christmas pres
ents at Smith's studio.
Look in at Adams' windows for the
season's styles in footwear.
Enamelinc stove polish 4 cents a
box at Young iic McCombs'.
6-ijuart granite iron sauce pans -'5
cents at Young & McCombs'.
Granite iron range tea kettle 33
cents at Young & McCombs'.
Dance at Turner ball every Friday
evening. Admission 25 cents.
Two-quart ganite iron sauce pans
15 cents at Young & McCombs.'
Three-quart granite iron tea pots
25 cents, at Young & McCombs'.
The IVoaan's Relief corps holds a
camptire at Memorial hall tonight.
Wait for Adams' ad. in Friday's is
sue. Something startling and true.
Parents who have so kindlv waited
for their little ones1 red shoes can be
accommodated now. Adams.
C. E. Smith's photo rooms. Best
work. Prices reasonable. Opposite
Be thankful in spite of the advance
in leather. Hurst is selling shoes at
the old price.
Dr. M. A. lloiringsworth has
claimed one of the stray bicycles at
the police station.
Special inducements for Christmas.
Pictures at Smith's photo rooms, op
posite Harper house.
Light on the subject. Call at 328
Twentieth street. Reiser's vapor
lamp, in use all over the city.
Sacred Heart bazar at Armory hall
every night this week. An interest
ing entertainment nightly for visitors.
Come and see Jerusha Dow and her
family album at the Memorial Chris
tian church tomorrow evening. Col
lection. The Misses Jones' dancing school
will be held at the Industrial hall
Saturday evenings, instead of Mon
day evening's as heretofore.
William I Hoover, a switchman for
th? Rock Island road, while coupling
cars this morning, got two fingers of
bis left band painfully pinched.
Teams from the Rock Island and
Davenport . M. C. A. s will contest
at basketball and handball at the local
association's gymnasium next Friday
A man and a woman, apparently
husband and wife, were the partici
pants in an exciting quarrel on Sixth
avenue and Twelfth street yesterday
All water rents from Nov. 1, 1899,
to May 1. 1901). are now due and must
be paid during this month. If not
paid by Dec. 1 water will be turned
off without further notice.
The pet feline of a Second avenne
business house was spirited away last
night, but on a threat of the arrest of
the party who induced the animal to
shake its happy home, the cat came;
Henrv Raghof. who has latelv re
opened the Corn Exchange sample
room, has a gruesome curiosity there
in tie way of a piece of the rope with
which Harry Hayward was hung at
A well known Rock Island citizen
is said to have decamped for parts un
known to elude detectives from anoth
er city, who, it is rumored, have been
here to arrest him on a charge of des
Ellsworth Rundquist was sand
bagged at the corner of Eleventh
street and Eleventh avenue, in Mo
line, while on nis way home from
work last night and robbed of f 10.
He is unable to give any description
of his assailants.
Mrs. William McEniry and Mrs.
Thomas Casey and E. R. "Maloney. of
this city, participated in the home
talent play, "The Prince of Liars."
given at the Wagner opera bonse.
Moline, last night for the benefit of
St. Mary's church.
Proprietors of printing establish
ments in the three cities have been
asked by the Tri-City Pressmen's
union to'sign an agreement for a 9
hour work day the ensuing year. It
was desired that the agreement take
effect Nov. 21, but the proprietors
have asked further time to consider
There is a report that the Termi
nal company proposes remodeling the
roof of its depot at the foot of Sev
enteenth street for the purpose of giv
ing it a more ornamental appearance.
If this should be done the people will
believe that the building was de
signed for Camanche and erected
here by mistake.
Come in Saturday and talk the mat
ter over with me. If vou don't need
glasses I will frankly tell you so and
advise you what to do free of charge.
Bring the children alonir. If thev
need glasses the sooner they get them
the less trouble you'll have. If not,
there's satisfaction in knowing it.
La Grange, the optician.
A juiy in the district court at Da
venport is again listening to the ap
peal case of the Diamond Jo company
from a decision of a board of apprais
ers which assessed the damage to the
Diamond Jo property by reason of the
Terminal company's tracks crossing
in front of it. The appraisers allowed
the Diamond Jo $22, whereas the
company figures its damages at nearly
as many thousands.
The Largest Assort
In the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
VimJ mire better E,vy.f
Also Patent Leathers for Children and
LADIES' 10 INCH STORM SHOES
About What to order for
your Sunday dinner. Read
the list below and yon will
get a tip:
Apples by the barrel.
1 ress'd Oueks.
18139011 I ATI.
IilttfcWf 1031 .
Now for stoves. Heating
and cook stoves and steel
ranges. See what Hynes
can do for you in the stove
Heating stove3 fiom $2.50
Cook stoves from $11 up.
Steel ranges from $25 up.
Use Good Taste in
This will be an easy and pleasant task when selecting: from our matchless stock of correct and exclusive
styles, which abounds with the swellest ideas from the leading manufacturers of the world. YVe sell only
the best and most reliable makes, and we show the latest fashions as soon as produced, making this
store very attracive to good dressers.
324 Twentieth Street. Rock Island.
303 W. Third St., Davenport.
Tomorrow, ihursday, we begin a
very snecial sale on readv trimmed
The very newest, most desirable
models in dress and street hats divid
ed into three lots.
Smith's Jiew Hook.
Thomas E. Smith, of this citv, who
recentlv sold his book. 'Political
Truth," to the Editor Publishing com
pany, of Franklin, Ohio, will have a
new book on the market next week.
It will be apolitical novel, entitled
'lbe w izard or Comm.
Men's All Wool Suits and
These suits in nobby stripes and
checks, splendidly lined and very
stylish in cut. The overcoats are
of fine covert and kerseys the
best of $io values, your choice of
either suits or overcoats for
Reserve tickets to Iowa-Illinois
football game now on sale at Bieiier's
jewelry store on Second avenue at $ 1
each. Sale closes Saturday, Nov. 25.
Tho Only High Crado Baking
Powder Offered at a Med
NONE SO GOOD.
Free Christmas Presents.
From Dec. 1 to Jan. 1 we will have
a beautiful line of dolls, albums, work
boxes, celluloid and porcelain ware at
our office to exchange for any of our
soap wrappers, it you are not saving
the wrappers commence at once.
Wakhck & Ralstox.
bats, worth tf.tO. (S, tV and tHK CCS tf
all for -T
lis foolea tbe Sargeora.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton.
of West Jefferson, Ohio, after suffer
ing 18 months from rectal Fistula, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed; but he cured himself
with live boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Sa.lv e. the surest pile cure on earth,
and the best salve in tbe world. 25
cents a box. Sold by Hartz St Ulle-
Handsome fur felt bats, bird trimmed, soft
velvet draped crowns, best taffeta ribbons:
Russian turbans: larredress hsit: torn stun.
Dinir children s haia. all colors. Including
cariet. r, o nat worm Jess man
3 and uo to H: choice while Cf OR
they last s3rJ
Black velvet bats, ostrich tips: swell creations
In srr at. castor and other cor
rect colors. Worth up to 10. ny 4d
and all for m J
Lartre black and colored
A Ribbon Bargain.
I.OOO pieces No. 2 satlt ilbbon. pick, liirbt
blue, cream, etc . pure S'lk ribbons, usually zOc
a bolt, now, per bolt. 12', c Sold only by the
At 10 o'e'ock Thursday morning, and while
tney last, iuo yreat rg audu&soq rug-, a-jtli,
frtnijted ends, reversible.
Men's solid oak arm chairs.
worth $3. 20 of them. foreacb$.g7
The Silk Sale
is worth a good deal more
than we have room for here.
Silks worth up to tl tor bOc a yard Silks
wcria dd u u lor ,ac a yard bilks worts
apiotMAfor t"3 a yard its a rare chance
to tuy taffetas, brocades, ducare and taacy
Men's Finest Suits and
All the newest patterns, the new
est shades and the newest styles
made only by the best wholesale
tailors equal in cut, finish and
make to the custom tailor's $35
and $40 kind hundreds of differ
ent kinds to select from ranging
in price from
$15 tO $28.
i fi ti 1
lays - w$
Men's all Wool Trousers,
Cut in the newest style made
with1 patent buttons, guaranteed
not to rip, black and fancy striped
patterns actual $2.50 values for
Men's Genuine Madrid Cas
In neat hair-line patterns in navy
blue and brown shades worth $4
but offered here for only
Men's Fine Dress Pants,
Made of finest foreign worsteds
in newest style stripes and checks,
just the thing to wear with your
dark cutaway or Prince Albert,
elsewhere you will positively pay
$6.50 for the same qualities, our
OUR MAT DEPARTMENT
Is stocked with the most fashionable shapes and guaranteeable qualities, so don't forget we are hatters
in as large a sense as clothiers and furnfshers.
TWO BIG STORES WITH ONE TINY LITTLE PRICE.
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Two Big Stores.
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
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Two Big Stores.
115 and 117 V. Second St,, Davenport.
I 8. MeCABK a CO.