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TUB ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAHCII 7, 1902.
Threatening tonight and.
Saturday, with probably
showers; moderate tempera
ture. J. M. SIIERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 38;
at 3:30 p. m., 48.
Clear Havana E. T. D.
Dolly I5rs". tomorrow.
For insurance, I. J. Burns.
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
Dunlaj) hats at Lambert's.
Uuy a home of Keidy Bros.
Fine wines at Simon Lewis'.
Sewing machines at Wilcher's.
Homes for sale. A. Kush & Co.
Dresseil poultry at Schrocder's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Men's touchdowns at Dolly Dros.
Morning1 light. Union made cigar.
Fresh eggs 17 y. cents a doen at S.
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Maud S tloiir .$1 per sack at Mauck
cr & Tonn's.
Choice potatoes !'." cents a lmshel
at S. .J. Apple's.
Fli nty of i hoice dairy better at
Moucker A: Toum's.
Fresh dressed turkeys and chickens
at II. Tremaiin's Sons.
Honey. im 1 cunilis, 15 cents each
at Maucker & Tonn's.
XXXX coffee 10 cents per package
at Maucker .V Tonn's.
(let your lunch at the Tri-City res
taurant. Open all night.
Strictly "fresh eggs 'Jn cents per
do?cn at Maucker V Tonn's.
Uemeniber Simon Lewis when buy
ing1 your liquors for table use.
One package. 1:J boxes, of matches
for 10 cents at Kuschinann's.
Special lines f S.'u jin.l ::.."0 shoes
for men at I'.attles" slne store.
1'mivs' knee pants 4S ami ."i0
cents at Siuiuners v La Velle's.
Hear the Wcslryan Male 1uartcttc
at Augtistana next Wednesday.
Men's spring overcoats and top
coats at Souimers A: La Velle's.
Try Hat t l-s. the new shoe man
"it's a little farther, but it pays."
Men's bargain pants. "io grades
for S".'..')-'. Somim-rs A: La Velle's.
Turkeys. t!ii'k'iis. rabbits and all
kinds of choice meats at Sehin.Il.-r's.
Advance styles of boy and little
fellows : nits at SiniiiiiiTs A: La
Stcin-Iilocli company suits. the
chic of fashion, at Souimers' A: La
Soft shirts for large men. soft
shirts for small men at I'llemeyer
Attend the concert Sun lay after
noon and hear the cornet'solo by ('.
I'lenty of f resh dressed turkeys and
chickens, ducks and geese at Hess
M. & K. have laeed on sale a lot of
tine silk fleeced underwear at 7.1 cents
Fat at the old Tri-City restaurant.
Meals 2. cents. M. F. Underbill, man
ager. Open all night.
Hoys will be boys; sec our .$1 .".
$:.!. and .?:.'..; suits. They are made
for your boy. M. & K.
Long or short, light or dark just
as you like the swell spring "top
cotes' arc here. M. Sr K.
Hear the selection from the St roll
ers played by r.leucr's hand at tin
concert Sunday afternoon.
If you buy your shirts at the M. &
K. you'll buy shirts tha fit. Many
of the new spriny styles are in.
Hear the cornet solo, played by C.
J'. To nniges at the concert given by
lilt "iter's band Sunday afternoon.
The Moline All Star bowlers roll a
match with the St. .'alien team at
the St. .Iulicn alleys in this city this
1 Sat ties new hoe store will be open
for business tomorrow. March J, with
a clean stock of good, snappy shoes at
Send your laundry to the licm to
day. Hough lry 4 cents per pound,
ironed 7 cents per pound. Every
piece delivered on time.
(". I. Toenniges will play a cornet
solo at the concert given by I.leuer's
ham! Sunday a-f t rno.m at fly Illinois
theatre. Don't fail In attend.
sk your grocer for "Fresh Cottage
Cheese" ( Dutch Cheese. Sehmierkase)
made and delivered daily by the Tri
City Dottled Milk & Dutter company.
The trial of Matie Ashley, the col
ored yirl who stole $10 from the L'.i
ion Mission, was taken i:p in !.
conntv court tiiis afternoon. It is
wonderful powder of rare
merit and unrivaled strength.
he intention to send the prisoner to
the state reform school for girls at
The "high school junior and sopho
more, basketball teams ami the D. M.'s
and the Crescents play basketball at
the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium this even
ing. Grand selection from the Strollers
will be played at the concert given
by ISIeuer's band Sunday afternoon at
the Illinois theatre. C. F. Toenniges,
The V. M. C. A. handball tourna
ment ended last evening with Dr. A.
II. McCandless the winner. In the
closing series he defeated Welch, 21
to 12, and Darby 21 to 16.
John A. Larkin. a member of the
"At Valley Forge" company, playing
this evening at the Illinois theatre,
and who has friends in the city, was a
caller at The Argus office today.
Hess ISros. will have a tine display
of fresh vegetables tomorrow. They
will have cauliflower, tomatoes, cu
cumbers, lettuce, spinach. fresh
mushrooms, parsley, watercress, wax
beans and new m-as.
I'rof. Zedeler's children's orchestra
assisted by Mrs. O. .1. I'enrose, the
celebrated reader, will give an excel
lent entertainment tonight at the
First M. I', church, under the auspices
of the Daughters of the Covenant.
Admission only 10 cents.
Now be honest and truthful, boys.
don't tell vour friends vou had your
topeoles" niade-to-order simply be
cause thev cannot t 1 1 the difference.
Vou can render your chum a kindness
by :-.lviing him to get his spring
overcoat at the M. A. K. at half the
Oscar Akers. who recently was re
eased from quarantine at the home
of Joint Conover, on Fourth avenue,
after a siege of smallpox, savs he was
not taken to the police station last
Tuesday evening to be identified, bat
that he went ihere of his own free
Ml on private business,
Dennis Sloan, a 12-year-old boy.
claiming to hail from ISridgeport.
Tex., was found on the streets at :
this morning by Officer Pearson and
taken to file station, where he was
given a bed for the remainder of the
night. The boy claimed to have been
the adopted son in a familv where he
was misused and he hail starteil out
to see the world. As there was noth
ing the police could do for him he
.. . ... 1 1
was allowe'l to go tins morning, lie
said he was on his wav to Chicago.
At Yminif Jt MrCointM' Satur.lUK.
! a. m. Felt roller shades, assorted
colors, regular price He, for this
10 a. in. l.ooo rolls fancy gilt wall
paper, regular Hc value. lor inis
2 p. m. 20 per cent discount on all
rders left for framing during the
11 a. m. Another lot of those $1.23
lamps, for this hour. 50c. None de
livered. Marshmallows. as long as they last,
Saturday lc per pound.
5 '.Mi lbs. "The ISooiucr Chocolate."
10c value. Saturday, all day. V.K:
We are the agents of the Northrup.
King A- Co.'s Northern Crown seeds,
2e per package.
Leave your ordor for American
lSeauty rose plants, 15c. price will ad
::' p. n:. Fancy silk stripe wool
waist ings. our til'.e quality, this
hour, sale price. -T.c.
2 p. m. I bit ribbons, satin taffetas.
No. Alt, worth up to :5c, for this hour
4 ). in. Marmon's Queen Marquise,
regular price 25c, our hour sale price,
7 to 0 p. m Men's all madras shirts,
new spring styles, with 2 collars to
match, for this two hours, 50c.
7 p. m. lSIaek mercerized under
skirts, our SI. IS skirt, for this hour,
Six Flrem-n lpjiirl.
r.eatrlee, Neb.. March 7. Fire nt 1
o'clock In the morning caused Sin..
(mm- damage in the business district of
I '.cat rice and six firemen were seri
ously injured by coming in contact
with live wires. The injured are:
.lames Coon, acting chief; t'eorm
Maxnclds. IIcrlK-rt Palmer. Cny Lid
dieott. Harry Harer. Arthur Wolke.
Although in a serious condition. It Is
believed that the victims will ret-over.
Chief Coon sustained the most
Sralc I I n
Des Moines. Ia.
March 7. The lown
miners have taken up the scale ques
tion. The discussion will probably
continue until the joint conference
with tin? operator. March 11. The min
ers insist on the employment of shot
lirers and a "mine run" scale. They
voted unanimously to establish pel in i
neiit head ollices at a central location,
probably at Albia or Oskaloosa. and
to place officers on salary.
Say I. Stole ( oat.
Danville, Ills., March 7. The suit
of tJeorg" Short against his ncighlor.
Aaron Acton, for .'Ji .i n m. is on trial
in the Hendricks circuit court. Potlt
an- prominent business men at Clay
ton, t'eorge Short tiled suit last July,
alleging that Acton had shinderi-d him
in charging- him with stealing Acton's
coal. The defense claims it can prove
that Short took the coal, but a general
denial has Ix-en tiled.
Killed at a Railway Crniminff.
Frbana. .. March 7. Frank M.
Smith, of Springfield, and (Jeorgff I.
Cunningham, traveling salesmen for
a music house in this city, were killed
near Hagenbauch Station. The men
were driving across the Panhandle
railroad track when their rig
struck by a .fast passenger train.
All the news
ill the time The
The Artisan Shoe
Union Stamped and Union Made
ijt Jliis is tlie best worJiingmairs Shoe ever
ottered tlie trade and it will certainlv
repay any wuiiiiuiiiaij. who aiu.es 111s cioi- t
lars to examine these slioes,
$ $2.00 the Pair.
1721 Second Avenue.
As our leading business has leen to supply the most critical market
gardeners for nearly half a century with seeds of the liest kinds and.
quality obtainable, recommends ourselves to those who have not yet
had any dealings with us. Our aim is constantly at quality and
we consider price entirely secondary, as the CROP DEPENDS OX
THE SEED. Poor seeds at any price are "the dearest wlfcn you
come to harvest the crop.
Market gardeners are invited to send us their names and we
will send a catalogue free. Your order will have careful attention
and will be tilled "strictly according to order.
Louis Hanssen's Sons,
113-215 West Second Street.
New. Neat. Cleevn.
M. F. UNDERHILL,--
Opposite New Opera House.
MeaJs 25c. Open day niglit. Meal tickets $3.50
Is the only requisite for com
plete success in gardening, and
it must ever be borne in mind
that 110 satisfactory results can
be obtained from poor stock.
On the quality of your seed de
pends flu future of your garden
Vou may rest content if your
soil contains the seed grown by
D. M. Ferry & Co..
We have made r.eeds one of the
'inportant branches in the study
of our business, and we do not
hesitate in declaring ourselves
in possession of the" best.
Seeds in Bulk
is our specialty and we com
pare prices favorably with all
competitors. We can supply the
most, extensive gardener. Try
1620 Second Ave.
IF WE LAL'XDrU IT. lie
sides fining1 the best work we
pay a great deal of attention
to fhe life of the linen. Our
soaps, our machinery, our
methods, are designed to do
the very iinest work with the
least possible wear to the gar
ment. If you are not a customer,
call up 12:i0 and let us call
for a trial package. WE'LL
Cor. Twelfth. Street and
1 Phono 1236.
Always the Best
For Drinking, Ilaking and Eating.
II Sore To Ak
For this package.
screw top with
our name on. Write
us for FHF.K sample
of COCOA and K10CI-IES.
42 Kiver st r.t.
4trt:l W. ri th st..
Stamped C C C,
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something just as good."
is the title of the new
It is a truly handsome, meritorious garment. It is
made waterproof and would require pressure to
force the water through the fabric, yet it does not
carry that rain-coatish look. It does the work of
a rain coat, but is dressy looking, for it is soft and
pliable and possesses that comfortable at-home
touch an overcoat should have. It is skeleton lined,
made with silk yoke and satin sleeve linings has
broad military shoulders and fits as though made
We are showing this popular new spring gar
ment in three styles, in neat, plain, genteel pat
terns, and we believe it is just the garment you
are looking for.