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THE AUGUS, FKTBAY, NOVErr.ER S, 1901.
Uenerally fair tonight and
Saturday; slightly colder
J. M. SI I CHI Ell.
Temperature At 7 a. m. 23;
at 3:Uu p. m. 40.
Coin for candy.
Stoves at ilcher"s.
Canode's tomorrow I rcc.
J5uya honie of Reidy liros.
For insurance, K. J. Hums.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Tomorrow at Canode's free.
At Canode's free tomorrow.
Free tomorrow at Canode's.
For real estate. C. E. Taylor.
For insurance. L. E. Taylor.
Dressed poultry at Hess Uros.
Jlomes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Peoria heaters at Summers & Co.
Dressed poultry at Schroeder's.
Rennet t's glove sale tomorrow.
List your property with Reidj'Bros.
Hats, all late styles. The London.
The Greater Xew York Loan bank.
Dressed chickens and turkeys at
Dressed chickens, ducks and geese
All kinds of fresh pork cuts at II.
Eggs cents a dozen Saturday
at liartlett Rros.
Eggs 17 cents a dozen tomorrow
at Uartlett Uros'.
Winter caps at the new store. Ullc
meyer & Sterling'. .
Rig special values in cloaks at
loung & McComb's.
All the proper styles in overcoats.
Somniers A: LaVcllc.
Men's heavy wool trousers, 1.6v at
Commers & LaVelle's.
Xew line of sample jackets just re
ceived at Young & McComb's.
An elegant new line of copyrighted
books at Young & McComb's.
Safes and gasoline engines, new
and second hand at Fiebig's.
Baltimore bulk, canned and shell
oysters at H. Tremanu's Sous.
Celebrated Wilson Pros', white
shirts at L'llemeyer & Sterling's.
Choice fresh dressed ducks and
chickens at 11. Tremann's Sons'.
For Saturday, boy 75-cent sweat
ers only "0 cents at the I.oiulon.
Chrysanthemums worth a dozen
for Cj cents at McCa lie's tomorrow.
Fresh cut roses for 19, 2j and 30
cents a dozen at McCatic's tomorrow.
(ilovcs and mittens at the new
clothing store l'llemeyer fc Sterl
ing. Prepare for the cold wave by buy
ing a Peoria heater at Summers &
Barker brand linen collars at L'lle
meyer & Sterling's, 17'J4 Second ave
nue. A large line of sweaters for boys,
4S cents to $1.50. Sounuers & l.n
Ycllo. See our line of vblack enamel
wrought iron goods. Young & Mc
t'omlw. $2 gloves for 91 at Bennett's great
glove sale tomorrow. It will pay you
Buy a Peoria stove now and save
trouble. It will give satisfaction.
Summers fc Co.
A large split clothes basket with
two pounds of Bariiett Bros. 25-cent
A large split clothes basket with
two jM.nnds of Bart let Bros. 2j-cent
Boys underwear, heavy fleeced, all
sizes at 25 cents. Lllenieyer & Sterl
ing, new clothiers.
Attend Bennett's great glove sale
tomorrow. All our ladies imported
gloves must be sold.
Boys" reefer coats. $1.'jS. $2.25. $3.75
and $4.'J!S the new clothing store
l'llemeyer & Sterling.
By express, another lot of voting
men's yoke overcoats, L'llemeyer &
Sterling, new clothier.
Young men want strictly up-to-date
clothes. Simon fc Mosenfel Jer's
is the-p!ace to get them.
Some new things in Swelldom and
Yoke overcoats, came in this week
at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Kerler Bros., old, reliable carpet
and mattress cleaners, J 17 Seven
teenth street. Telephone 4774.
1'ork tenderloins, spare ribs, leaf
lard, sausage meat, neck bones and
pigs feet at H, Treiuann's Sons.
The remains of Fred George, the
j'outh who died at the state home for
the feeble-minded children at Lin
coln. III., arrived in the city last
night and will be buried tomorrow
The Standard of
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the fam
ily home 'in Scars.
Coin serves coffee, tea and choco
late in an up-to-date manner, also
ladies luncheons. Give him a trial.
Fancy woolen gloves for men. boys
and children, they are the swell
style for this winter. The London.
Fresh peanut candy at the Home
Landy Kitchen, 212.'; Fourth avenue,
at JO cents per pound all this week.
Our 50-cent ileece lined underwear
is a hummer, you can't match the
garment for the price. The London.
Joseph Schneider has accepted a
position as manager of the shoe de
partment of the Boston store in Dav
enjKirt. Llovd .levne and C. E. Watson, pro
fessional billiardixts, are stopping in
Davenport, and giving exhibitions
Fancy stiff bosom shirts, all new
patterns, such makes as Manhattan
and Emery, good fitters. The Lon
don. Grand ball at Turner h.VI Satur
day, Nov. U. Good order; good music.
Gentlemen twenty-nve cents. Ladies
Bring that young man to Simon &
Mosenfelder's and let us tit him out.
It will result to your pleasure and
J. 1). Fezler, who is confined at St.
Anthony's hospital with a stroke of
paralysis is rejiorted verv low this
All kinds of sewing machines re
paired and warranted. Needles and
supplies for all machines at Fiebig's,
The family of the late C. F. Mattliy
wish to thank their lriends for kind
ness and sympathy expressed during
their late bereavement.
Emil Johnson and Miss Jennie
Samuclson, a Sherrard couple, were
united in marriage yesterday at the
court house by Judge Adams.
Those greenish brown effects and
the two toned strijies are some of
the many styles of cloth seen i:i
Stein-Bloch suits. Soiumcrs & La
The Thirty Club gave the first in
its season's series of dancing parties
last evening at Industrial home hall.
It proved an exceedingly pleasant af
fair. Fresh cut Mowers for everybody at
Mctabe's tomorrow.' ' Chrysan
themums worth $2 for 65 cents a doz
en; fresh cut roses ID. 25 and 09 cents
a dozen. Telephone orders filled.
.1. W. Lawbsiugh and family left in
their boat, the Anti, for the sunny
'south this morning. The craft is
propelled by a gasoline engine and
. w'll easily run from 5() to 100 milc:i a
we are right in it when it comes
to men's and boys suits, lit, style
ami make are simply elegant. Most
of the best dressed men wear oiir
clothes, because they are right. You
know us, the Loudon.
We are lietter prepared to fill your
wants than any other clothiers in
tliis city, we carry a large stock n:id
iur prices are lower. Buy of us,
thin you get the proper style, no old
chestnuts. The London.
Mrs. William McEniry entertained
a company of tri-city friends at her
home on Twenty-third street last
evening in houor of Mrs. James
Byines, of Colorado Springs, Col.,
who is visiting in the city.
Arrangements have been made to
hold at Iowa Citv tomorrow the
train usually arriving here from the
west at 6:40 p. m., so that those at
tending the football game from the
tri-cities will be able to reach home
carlj- in the evening.
Simon & Mosenfehler take pains in
the clothes they sell. Material must
stand test for Wear and color. The
workmanship and fit must be of the
lest. Xo fancy price here. We aim
to make it profitable and pleasant
for our customers to trade here.
Charley Evans last night ran his
hack against the pop-corn stand lo
cated at Second avenue and Nine
teenth street and caused a general
breaking up of the furniture. Jars
were thrown from the shelves and
the result was a confusion of broken
glass and mixed candy.
Charles If. Johnson. vho is propri
etor of a saloon at 191'.) Second ave
nue, called at The Argus office today
to relate an incident that occurred
at his place last night and which, he
says, goes to show that there are
honest men in nil lines of business,
lie sajs lhat last night Mrs. Marga
ret Murray, from whom he recently
bought the saloon, vi.sited the place
and in departing tlropjied her hand
bag containing $177. Johnson says
there were a number of people in the
place, but the others seem to have
overlooked the prize. He says he ac
cidentally ran on to it and notified
Mrs. Murray, who proved to be the
owner of the property.
The stage of wuter was 2.70 all day
and the temperature at noon was 4S.
Trawl over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday was as follows: Foot
Mulh, y-lj; nortn, IMG. Teams
south, ii'Ji; north, 702. Street cars
south, HO; north. 113.
Stoddard Cium to the Jury.
The Stoddard embezzlement case
went to the jury this aftemoi,
Judge Gest delivering his charge im
mediately after the convening of
court in the afternoon. The last of
the testimony was henrd last even
ing nnd the morning 'was taken up
with the arguments of the counsel.
Subscribe for The Argiia.
This is "The Latest" in Ladies' Slippers ad the proper thing to
wear for vening and house wear. They n'xvn the foot a vciy
dressy t fleet- and are ornamtntr d w iiha Urge ijilt buckle.
The style is a reproduction of the slipper worn by ladies in
the old color. ial das. VVe offer a beaut ful slipper, m dt of Pat
ent Calt, Gilt Buckle and French H. el,
ARB YOU who was
flNF liking for
THL OINH tllc place
where you would get the
best and freshest goods sit
the lowest priees? Hess
Bros, is the place. Kvery
thing in the line of fruits
and vegetables is new and
fresh. Their stock of staple
groceries is also complete.
Head their list:
Wax U ns,
Tom a toe,
S- uo Bunches,
Head Let uce,
Csl fornia P utnt.,
apples by parrel.
it a ed -.ring hielen.
Tur j D eased to Order.
1620 Second Ave.
o f 1 1 1 e n i os 1 1 .-a u t i f u 1 desi gns
we are showing in great va
riety. If you are selecting
gifts, one of these will be a
most satisfactory purchase.
We have them at all prices,
f rom 75e to 1 "0, and every
one is splendid value for the
money. We have the best of
the new things in Jewelry.
A beautiful line of Mexican
hand-carved novelties. Call
and see it.
in Rock Island are wear
ing our work. It pleases
them and will please
everybody who is inter
ested in looking neat at
all times. If you aiv not
a customer let us have a
trial package today. We
guarantee to please you.
Cor. Twelfth Street
' Fifth Avenue.
25 the Pair.
Is woven and stit
ched 'in our new
Fall and Winter
Suits and Over
coats. Never before have
we shown such ex
cellent values in
J F. ftosijtsoN, President
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J. M. -Huford, President.
John Orubaugli, Vice President.
I'. ("ircenawait. Cashier.
Pegan the business Juiy 2. 1S0O,
and occupying S. E. corner of Mitch
ell fc Lynde's new building.
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L. D. Mttdgb, Vice President.
H. E. Casteei Cashier.
TRUST and SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island,. 111.
Incorporated Uuder State Law.
Capital Stock, 5100,000. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits
Kslates and property of all lands are managed by this department
which is kept entirely separate from ttie banking business of the company.
e act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Adminisrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Keceiver and assignee of insolven estates. General financial agent for
non-residents, women, invalids and others.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under the Four Per Cent Paid on
State Law. Interest.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Ileal Estate Security.
11. S. Cable, P. Greenawal,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull, ' L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.
Our line of
are simply superb.
All the popular
in long and
and without yokes,
the swaggy, loose
back and the more
You'll find just
what you are look
ing for and you'll
get all you pay for
if you buy your
winter outfit at the