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TUB ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2S, 1902.
Threatening this afternoon
and tonight, generally fair
J. M. SIIERIEK,
Temperaturo At 7 a. m. 4 7;
at 3:30 p. m., 55.
s. w. p..
llieycles at WiUher's.
Clear Havana E. T. D.
-Kaster shoes at Adams.
Who sells feeil? Cash.
Kaster shoes at Alaui.s.
Jor iasurauce, J. J. I'urus.
liuy a Lome of Ileidy Bros. '
Dunlap hats at Lapibert's.
Fresh ejjs at Kiisehiiiaim's.
U'hi sells iirilen seeils? Cash.
Homes for sale. A. Hush &. Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
1 Who sells tuherose liiilhs? Cash.
Morninj lig-ht. Union made cigar.
Who-sells nasturtium scc.l? Cash.
Spring fcnuh at II. Treiiimin's Sons".
Oresseil wild ducks at lless l!rs.
Who sells sweet pea seeils? Cash.
1'utSi ealtinets at ('aiunlc'ti phar
macy. Who recommend Owatana tlour?
Knr sunburn use ("anode's Ha ndo- out fi t
Dresseil poultry nt II. Tremann's
Who sells (iwatan.i Hour? Your
The latest in men's ldiiehers at the
To pri xent tan use Canode's lland
oliiie. The newest in men's Oxfords at the
Dressed chickens at Maucker &
Kaster shoes? Adams has the as
sortment. Kaster" neckwear at I'llemever &
l'lenty of strictly fresh cr,'s at
tlet your e.irirs for Kaster at Mauck
Fine wines, rpiality g-uaranteed, at
l'ring- y..nr bicycles to llynes, 1C
' Third aeniie.
.Ladies patent calf shoes at $1.0.
Dolly Ilrui. ,
See the Leaders line of lioys shoes.
They are rijrht.
. "Fresh .May saiisn'fe at. J I. Tre
fleniiine Kentucky Idiie grass seed
lother shipment just received nt David
Dance at Turner hall Saturday
nig-ht. (lent teineii twenty-five cents
Order your ers for Kaster at
Kschniaiin's. He Irtis nothing- but
Mrs. Arthur lirooks will interest
you in spring- millinery at Sis Six
Dance at Turner hall Saturday
night. Cent leuien twenty-five cents.
I'.oys, come to I'llemeyer & Ster
lings and g-et a Chinese pu..le with
your new suit. -
Fight wiills to save ice in the Leon
ard Cleanahle refrigerator. See them
at David Don's.
Flour, guaranteed to he one of the
Iw'st intent flours made, $1 per sack
at I'assig- 1'ros.
Kvery thing new and up-to-date in
millinery at Mrs. Arthur lirooks 5JS
All the novelties in hoys and chil
dren's caps. U.l :mi 50 cents at Sum
mers, V La Velle's.
Hoys fedora hats. $!.".( and $1
grades, -is Vents. In-oken sizes. Som
iners La Velle's.
Hats for Kaster. the latest at llle
mever A' Sterling's, the reliable hat
ters ami clothiers.
Little felows suits, sailor atid
Norfolk styles, at low prices. Sum
mer &' l-a Velle's.
I.ifckr is the man ami happy is the
liov who gets his Kaster suit ami ball
at the M. A- K. , - 1
9 With every purchase of $2.50 or better we shall S
give a ticKet entitling noiaer to one aozen e
FREE SHINES ' 1
$1.'J." at Som-
f novelties" for
Men's wool pants
huts & La Velle's.
A nice assortment
Kaster at Trefz SL- Co.'s.
Plenty of choice clairv
Maneker A Tonn's.
Colored egg-s for Kaster may lx or
dered! at Trefz & Co.
All kinds of garden seeds in hulk
at Maucker A- Tonn's.
Kaster hats for men, $1 to $4 at
Sommers A- I.a Velle's.
All kinds of fresh fish at II. Tre
mann's Sons tomorrow.
'Chinese puz.le with each boy's suit
at I'llemever A- Sterling's.
.luvenile footwear of .!! kinds for
Kaster at Hat ties shoe store.
Leonard (leanahle ref rig-era tors.
the world's best at David Don's.
.ew ami nobby black and white
suits at I'llemever A Sterling's.
A base ball bat and glove with
every Iw.ys suit at the M. A- K.
Spring suitings are now in. (Jet
your measure taken now. Kmig.
Children's slices, lace. 'i cents,
misses $1 and .$1. .;. Dolly I'ros.
Our new line of soft bosom shirts
now on sale. Sommers A' La elle.
For reliable and up-to-date foot
wear, you know Adams is the place.
Plenty of dressed chickens at
ce tits a pound at Maucker A- Tonn's.
Twenty-one poimds of granulated
sugar for $1 at Dart let t Dros. Satur
day. All the latest shapes and coloring!
in nice Kaster neckwear. The Ion-
Shoes for "little tots'" in all the
fancy patterns at Matt lea" new shoe
Patent leather shoes ancl sipers
for the children at P.altles new shoe
I.ct Mrs. A. lirooks make that new
spring- hat for you, .CS Sixteenth
Stein-JIIoch Co.'s suits are the top
notch qihI thev tit. Sommers & Iji
Crescent and Trilflme bicycles, an-
If you want that spring- suit made
right go to Kmig. under the Kock !
land National bank.
Patent leather shoes for Kaster,
very stvlisli ami :ressy. latest crea
tions. $..D at Adams.
'Chickens, pork tenderloin, spare
ribs and all kinds of choice meats at
Schindler's meat market.
Do you want a new spring hat?
Mrs. Arthur Brooks has one for you
at No. ilS Sixteenth street.
"Johnnie, where did you get that
nice ball bat and glove?" "!ot it at
the M. A K. with my new suit.
Snappy styles and latest coloring
in all our boys and children's suits.
I'llemever A' Sterling, the new cloth
iers. Our hat department is "chuck" full
of tine Kaster bonnets and not a
flower or a feather on a hat. The
Men's patents and at
Matties new shoe store. In fact you
will find everything in tasty foot
wear at Hat ties".
Lucky is the man who finds himself
inside an M. A K. spring- suit. Never
hae the styles lwen quite as fine
and the fit as perfect.
Children's suits, caps, blouses and
pacts in endless variety at the big
store. No house shows a.s big an
assortment as we do. The London.
M. A K.' are not only pleasing- the
boys with their new spring- stock
but the 1mvs are made happy with
base balls, bats and gloves with each
Faultless in fit: the standard of
fashion; tailored perfectly: absolute
satisfaction or money back is the
kind of clothing- you will find at l"l
lemeyer & Sterling's.
Sailor suits in all the latest shades
are the proper caper for children
from .1 to K years. We have plenty
of them and prices rirht, too. Von
know us. The Imdon.
Our suits are talk of the young men
of Kock Island because they have the
style, grace and lit of the best merchant-tailored
suit, at half the price.
At the' same time Vou tret exclusive
patterns that no other clolhiers can
produce. You know us. The London.
Henry 'Matlock, a middle;nged col
ored man. was lined $1.1 on a charge
of disorderly conduct' in the -police
court today. The complainant yvas
Josie Anderson, a Li-yea r-oM white
girl, who alleged that Matlock had
directed an insulting remark at her.
Siiervisors Fitzpatrick, Tittering
Ion and 'Donovan leave this evening
for Drury township to settle a dis
pute over, the "iK-iiing- of a new road
there which has been appealed fnm
the highway commissioners f the
township to the hoard of supervisors.
We show more exclusive high-grade
merchant tailor patterns than all the
other houses in Kock Island combin
ed. This is a broad assertion but. we
have' Hie goods to back it up. When
you buy suits and 'overcoats made by
Alfred Henjamin & Co. and L. Adler
Hros. & Co. you have the best the
market affords anil we are the only
people in the three cities that handle
these two makes. Not. how cheap,
but how g-ood. The Iondon.
Perfect In quality. f
No Negro Need Apply.
Jackson,, Miss., March 1W. All tne
motormen and couducfOia In the cm
ploy of the Jackson Street Uallwny
company are on a strike because the
manager of the system setit a negro
out as motortnan yvith onef the cars.
It was an extra car, too.
We shall have the "Professor" here Monday I
o morning and , ladies especially are invited to J
o make use of this department, as we shall use the
O best of dressings and keep your shofcs in the J
5 best of shape.
O G. A. PRICE Proprietor.
1721 Second Avenue. Phone 4682,
Louis Hanssen's Sons
vSEED STORE i
Everything in Seeds of the "Highest Class."-
N-nv is the Timfi
of Grass Seeds.
to et your supply
that have not alreadi" purchased- their
seeds should not delay ordering, as
the season closes onto us. Early or
ders get hest attention. ,
Lawn Grass Seeds V V Everything for the Lawn.
Louis Hanssen's Sons,
213-215 West Seond Street. Davenport, Iowa.
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New. Neat, Clea.n 3
--- ' M. F. UNDERHILL,
Opposite New Opeia IIuusc
MeaJs 25c. Open day & night. Meal tickets $3.50
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To Eat 5 5
Can always ' found at Hess
ISrtis. IKtk oyer the list ttxlay
ami note the Iarre lint ol fresh,
fruit ami vegetables.
Mushrooms. New I'otatoeM.
Celery. oywter Plant.
larMley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Hunches. Water Cress.
i Leaf Letture.Turiilps. l'eas.
JJruxMels SproutM. Shiver.
Cauliflower. Wax Htant.
Carrots. New Heet.t,
Turkeys Dreicd Chickens.
Vill Uurk and Spring Chicken dress
ed to order.
iC,2i Seeonil Aye. I'll.. iies1(?,l. 1011
Free ftt theKonton tore-filvrn to Farh
I'arcbaMtr of a Fair of V.5u Shoes
We shall pivo to evjry person pur
efiasirtfr a j)fiir of shoes at $2..0 or
over a eiiiKn entitling him t 12
free shines. The ladies will espec
ially appreciate this anil we shall use
the hest of dressing, insuring tTrte life
if the leather.
nil the time The
bu woolen tfoods also,
we launder beautifully.
AVe have a special soap
and special methods for
handling woolens, un
derwear, blankets, etc., that
launders them as Huffy and
soft as new. Kvery article
we launder is handled with
prreat care aiid precision. .
May we have a trial
package of family wnshr
iiitf from you? ,
Cor. Twelfth street and
Phone 1236. '
WAV vt .f. . .,:
Us - V .
Our new spring stock is here also. New goods
and enthusiasm everywhere. We are anxious
to show this new stock sparkling with bright
New Ideas in Children's Suits.
New Fads in iVien's Suits and Top Coats.
Our new hats, among which are the celebrated
STETSON, R. S T. and SHOBLE makes. A
stunning line of Furnishings. Star and Eagle
Shirts. Novelties in Neckwear. A fine line of
gentlemen's Silk Hosiery. Our display is worth
coming to see, and. we are anxious to show it.
You are not obliged to buy, but lucky is the
man or boy who finds . his way inside our new
, spring garments. .
' . . " .
We .. Say ' Lucky Because Our Styles
are Correct and tlie Price
is Right, Too
(Moderate in price. I All
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