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THE AKGTJS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1902.
Generally fair tonight and
Thursday; moderate temper-
J. ZI. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a.m. 35;
at 3:30 p. m., 43.
Clear Havana E. T. D.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Pocket knives at Wilehcr's.
Buy a home of Iieidy Bros.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Pants Fale at Ullenieyer & JSter-ling-'s.
Cash paid for old gU and silver at
Two bars of fine toilet soap for 3
cents at Brookman's.
This week. OJd lot shoe sale. Shoe
bargains. The Boston.
If you want fjood coal telephone
Empire Coal & Coke Co.
This week. Odd lot shoe sale. Shoe
bargains. The Boston.
Empire Coal & Coke Co., 1718 First
avenue, have coal to burn.
Co with the crowd. Ktimrv remnant
sale. Young & Met'oinbs.
Empire Coal & Coke Co., telephone
red, 12'JO. Mercer county coal.
$ $ for oO cents at the Emory rem
nant sale. 'Young & McC'iimlis'.
Thomas Kosen field is confined with
erysipelas at St. Anthony's hospital.
Blankets at the Kmory remnant
pale. :?$ for 50 cents. Young & Me
Combs. The best in the market for the
price. Trouser sale at Ullenieyer &
Perfect fit, stylish, up-to-date shape
in all our special sale pants, llle
meyer & Sterling.
Don't forget the senior class enter
tainment at the Y. M. C. A. auditor
ium Friday, Jan. 10. ,
You can buy bed spreads at a great
reduction at the Emory remnant sale.
Young & MeCombs.
Empire Coal & Coke Co. sells all
kinds of coal. Celebrated Alden coal
from their Mercer county mines is
When in need of anything in the
line of bottled wines and liquors call
at Simon Lewis retail liquor store.
Market square. Prices right.
Book in our east window for as
tonishing price reductions on over--oats
and pants. I'llemeyer & Ster
ling, the progressive clothiers.
Down the prices have gone with a
loud thud at I'llemeyer Sterling's
trouser sale, (ireatest valiK-s ever
offered at $1.2'K $1.0" and ?:.?5.
Judge Adams in the county court
Ihis morning appointed E. T. Dill
conservator of the affairs of Mrs.
Mary Kcilly, under a bond fixed at
Dr. A. II. McCandless today report
ed to the police ttit loss of his bicycle.
ivhich some one took from its usual
place, of storage at the Y. M. C. A.
The officers-elect of Fay Hawes
camp No. 21. Royal Neighbors of
America, were installed at a public
meeting last evening, the ceremonies
being followed by dancing.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of Aiken street
chajcl held its regular monthly meet
ing Monday evening at the. home of
Michael Boll man. After the business
session a social time was enjoyed.
Don't miss it. You'll Ik- sorry if
you miss it. You can't afford to miss
it. What? The senior entertainment
at the Y. M. C .A. auditorium next
Friday evening. Admission, 50 cents.
For a safe investment that is bound
in multiply several hundred per cent,
as the stocks of other reliable Texas
companies have done, buy Black
Hawk Oil company stock at 10 cents
(leorge Bauniann desires to thank
his friends for. the evidences of sym
pathy extended to him in his late be
reavement in the death of his wife,
and for the leautiful floral offerings
at the funeral.
Where are you going next Friday
evening? Why. I am going to see
Maud Lancaster, the noted telepathist
at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. Ad
mission 50 cents, (iiven under the
auspices of the senior class of the
The union prayer meeting last even
ing at the First Methodist church was
largely attended, Kev. T. .1. Slmey
giving, an eloquent sermon. The
meeting this evening, to 1k held at
Memorial Christian church, will be
addressed by Kev. W. S. Marquis.
The Black Hawk Fuel Oil com
pany has let the contract for drilling
its well No. 1. and in a short time will
have a 70,000 barrel well. The driller
guarantees a six-inch gusher or no
A friend of the Home
A foe of the Trust
jj Modorote in price-Mskes puroatfood. I
pay. Stock is now selling at 10c per
share, -but will be raised when a well
is brought in.
Don't wait to buy Black Hawk Oil
company stock until oil is struck,
and it is raised in price. This invest
ment offers large returns for a small
risk, and the stock will be worth
many times its present value within a
The will of the late Peter Ootts-
mann was admitted to probate this
morning. By its terms the property.
both real and personal, is left to the
wife. Barbara, at her death to fall to
the daughter. Miss Katharine Ootts
Tuann. The wife is named as the ex
ecutrix. The difficulties which have been
keeping the Tri-City Bottled Milk &
Butter company from doing business
in Davenport were settled today and
the wagons of the institution will be
gin delivering milk in that city to
morrow morning. E. W. Woodcock,
general manager of the company, was
in Davenport today and it was large
ly through his efforts that a settle
ment was brought about. Mr. Wood
cock will remain in the city from this
time on to give the business his er
sonal attention, and he will Hiortly
be joined by his family, now of Chi
REV. PEARCE NAMED
President Kooserelt Appoints Hock
Island Customs Ofllcer to
As will be seen by today's Washing
ton Associated Press dispatches Pres
ident Iloosevelt today sent to the
senate Ihe name of Kev. II. (!. Pearce
for - reappoint incut as surveyor of
customs for the port of Kock Island.
Kev. Pearce held the place under the
administration of President McKin-
ley. and that he is to continue in the
office will be occasion for congratu
lation on the part of his many
BODY FOUND AT ALPHA
Unknown Said to Hare Come From
Kock Island, Killed by
The Kock Island police this after
noon were notified of the discovery of
the body of an unknown men in the
yards of the i at Alpha, in Henry
cofinty, before daylight this morning.
He had evidently been struck by a
train during th? night and killed.
The fin J was made by the crew of
Coroner Kalkins, who telephoned a
description of the body, said it had
been established that the dead man
recently bought a ticket to Alpha in
this city, but there was nothing
about him to aid in his identification.
The body was apparently that of a
man oO years of age, ir!0 pounds in
weight and 5 feet fi inches in height.
He wore no vest, but had on a coat.
heavy overcoat and pair of mittens
with leather backs. In his pockets
there was a iocketlook and $. in
money and tools indicating that he
was a shoemaker.
fleorge W. Woods .ticket agent at
the Seventeenth street passenger sta
tion, distinctly remembers having
sold a ticket to the man described an 1
he left on the afternoon train. lie
was a foreigner, evidently a Swede,
and seemed to be familiar with the
town of (IMchrist. whither he was
WHAT IS IT
That Is Irawlnr the Crouds to Kmory'a
Great Kemnant Sale.
It is honest advertisements, honest
tables and the eople get more for
their money than they expected. Take
for example, a few items that are
offered in our mill department:
it-inch China silk for 20c per yard.
42c buys Cheney Bros", satin foul
ards, worth up to $1.25 value. Think
of buying Priestley's black dress
goods for r2e. and the same bargains
all along the line. The deeper you
get into the hum and bustle the big
ger the value in every department.
Space and time will not permit of a
fuller description of the many bar
gains, iiok out lor our name noui-
ing in the skies, whicTi means dollar
values for TOc.
YOUNG & M'COMP.S,
The Spot Cash Department Store,
Kock Island, 111.
THE TRI-CITY CONCERT COURSE
liartlft Oprra Iloune. Monday. Jan. 13.
Bruno Stcindel. the greatest, violin
cellist in the world, is the attraction,
assisted by Miss Westervelt, the most
artistic soprano heard in the tri
cities for vears, an 1 Mrs. Harriet
Johnson, pianist c, whose well-known
ability insures in itself the success
of the concert.
Sale of tickets begins Saturday
morning, Jan. 11th, at 8 o'clock, at
Taken SerIonIy ISott.
Bunker I 'used to get considerable
amusement out ef golf.
Ascnra Ah. then yon don't play any
Bunker Yes. indeed. I was referring
to the time lefore I began to play.
Wife (anxiously) Is my husband
very ill. doctor?
Dr. Stickum On, no. Only about ?100
worth. Exchange. , , ,
Odd Lot SKoe
"We offer the chance of a lifetime, to "buy shoes cheaper than
you ever bought them
The Balance of This Week
There are too many lots to list them here but on every
broken lot of shoes Men's, Women's, Boys' or Girls' tliey
f?o at Money Savins Prices,
ONE LOT Men's Patent Leather and Enamel Shoes. Good
year Welts, Extension Edges, Double and Single Soles, Several
Styles. Have been 83.18 and 83.50
THIS WEEK $2.68
ONE LOT Ladies' Patent Leather, Enamel, Patent Kid and
Kid Shoes, Single and Double Soles. Have been 83 and 83.50
ALL GO THIS WEEKg)250
iXyrvt This Week Only
ver That Now Leaf
Did you resolve where to buy your groceries for the next
year? If you want to find the one place in town where you
eau jet the ljest quality of goods combined with the lowest
prices, come to our store and you will wonder why you didn't
coine long ago. Here's a few of our prices for this week:
lib can salmon 11c
3 lt can grated pineapple . . 9c
3lt can apricots 12Je
3fl can peaches 12ic
2-21bs prunes $1.00
Lion soap, 15 bars 25c
liixby's shoe polish He
American lieautv flour, per
Quart bottle bluing 8c
Large Dill pickles, dozen., lfic
Large sour pickles, gal .... 23c
Gallon can pie eaclies . . . . 40c
Gallon can blueberries 55c
Gallon can pie apricots. . . . 4.0c
2 cans Kock Island corn .... 15c
20tbs granulated sugar. . .$1.00
Yeast Foam, per package.. 3c
Cornstarch, per package. . 5c
Kicene, per package 5c
Bulk olives, per quart 35c
XXXX coffee, per package . 10c
Loose cocoanut, per pound. 15c
Uncolored Japan tea, pound 35c
Sapolio, 2 bars 15c
31b can pears 10c
Mince meat, 4 packages. . . . 25c
Baker's premium chocolate,
per pound 35c
Maple sugar, per pound 12Jc
Lange & Heitmann
2706 SEVENTH AVENUE.
For Sunday Dinners
For vour Sunday dinners see
us. We always have everything
in season either in the line of
fruit or vegetables. All kinds
of dressed poultry. 'Phone us
and vour order will receive
prompt attention. Bead below:
CVlery. oyster Plant.
Jieacl lettuce. Soup nunencs.
Leaf Lettuce. Turnips.
A-Jaragu. Ki;g Plant.
1620 Second Ave.
The Best Gift
For the New Year
is to favor yourself with suit
able glasses, especially if you
feel that your eyes are not as
they were a year ago. If you
have any doubts about them,
go to Baniser's, the optician,
and have them tested. Xo
charge for testing.
MANUFACTURING JEWELER AND
Always eommonrts' attention
Nothing adds more to his ap
IKiaranco than line laundry
work. The most careful dress
ers are wearing: American work.
lx'causo it is certainly as near
perfect as money and brains
Why not try it tmlay?
Cor. Twelfth Street and
i Pkone 1236.
I ' SALE. f
January is the month when bargain seekers are in
search of bargains, and there can be no good cause
for not finding them, particularly if they look M. 6c K.
ward, for during the month of January this store
always makes a special effort through special induce
ments to dispose of "heavy weights." Just at present
we direct attention to some exceptional pant values:
36 Pairs of $2.50 140 Pairs of Fine About 60 Pairs of An Exceptionally
Worsted Pants Cassimere Pants Odd Pants, $4 Fine Line of $6.50
at $1.50. at $1.95. Values, svt $2.95. , Valvies at $5.
But there are other attractions which help make
business hum: 25c for a lot of 50c Neckwear, 25c for a
lot of 39c Underwear, 79c for genuine Switz Conde Under
wearr 5c for a lot of Japanette Handkerchiefs, 5c for the
heaviest Canvass Mitts, $1.15 for choice of finest Percale
Shirts, 50c for a splendid line of laundered Shirts, 25c
for a lot of children's Wool Sweaters.
Overcoats Men's Sviits Boy's Sviits
at Greatly at Greatly a.t Grea.tly
Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices
We never resort to unfilled newspaper promises. You will always find the article
in the store just as our newspaper announcements call for and while we are not
making wonderful pretentions from the above list, however, the inducements are
sufficient to make it worth your time to investigate.
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