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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1902.
Partly cloudy toni?lit and
Tuesday, with probably
showers; slight change in
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature 7 a. m. 02; at
3:30 p. m. 71.
Zazaro, 5 cent cig-ar.
Steel ranges at Wiluher'B.
Men's shoes at Dolly IJros'.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
Buy a home of IJeidy liros.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Go to Miss Bynies for your stylish
For real estate and Insurance, 12.
New ideas in swell millinery shown
at Miss Byrnes'.
Dr. David It. llawes, dentist, Illinois
Ask your dealer for Kange's bread,
the best in town.
SiR'cial purchase of men's fine um
brellas. See MeC'abe's ad.
A silk waist close-out up from $1.03
'at McCabe's. Be prompt.
School shoes at .Toe F. Schneider's.
See ad on page four for prices.
Moving pictures at the Watch Tow
er this week. Last week. Free.
Quinn & Davidson, the new real es
tate agents, 301 Twentieth street.
Try Range's bread and you will
have no other. Absolute cleanliness.
The W. C. T. U. meets tomorrow af
ternoon at '.'::;o at the Y. M. C. A.
The special items in Mct'abe's linen
department should attract marked
Shoes for the little man, like papa
wears, 9 to 13,, J9 cents, at Joe F.
Children's strong school shoes 7.1
cents and U0 cents and large ones at
$1, at MeC'abe's.
Look sharply at MeC'abe's men's
furnishing goods advertised for this
week's active sellinjr.
Short lengths, fast colors, Ken f row
table cloths only '.VI y3 cents a yard at
MeC'abe's. Pick lively.
Take home one of those pretty blue
pitchers with a can of baking pow
der. Home. Tea company.
Children's shoes, sizes 5 to 8, o'i
cents, 7.1 cents and $1,-.at .loe F.
Schneider's. See ad on page four.
For 'tasty, up-to-date designs, noth
ing is more desirable than the new
mounts at the Blakslee studio.
The Van Dyke & Fat on company is
announced to begin a week's engage
ment at the Illinois theatre this even
mg. The Burlington road yesterday
brought an excursion of !H)) Turners
from Peoria through this city to
If you have not seen those fine
moving pictures at the Watch Tower,
don't fail to see them this week. Last
Everybody is going out to the
Watch Tower some evening this
week, as this is the last week of the
Tri-City Lodge, 'o. CI 7. B. of K. T
will give a trolley paYty Aug. L'O, con
cluding with a dance at Watch Tow
er. Tickets, "5 cents.
Everyone is" praising those line
moving pictures at the Watch Tower
this season. This is the last week of
these pictures. Free.
Tri-City Lodge, Xo. 617, B. of II. T.,
will give n trolley party Aug. -6, eon
eluding with a dance at Watch Tow
er. Tickets. 23 cents.
The Low German Sisters will give
an ice cream social and dance at Tiir
wcr hall Aug. 30, afternoon and even
ing. Tickets, 15 cents.
Look in the Home, Tea company's
windows and see those pretty blue
pitchers they are giving away with
baking powder. Opposite Harper
Anything twul everything in the line
of furniture, carpets and stoves can
be had at Clemann & Salzmann's at
remarkably low prices.
Tri-City Lodge, No. 617, Ik of K. T.,
will give a trolley party Aug. 26, con
cluding with a dance at Watch Tow
er. Tickets, 23 cents.
The largest furniture store, the
most complete and best selected
stock to be found in this section is
at Clemanii &. Salzniann's.
The D. K. I. & X. W. Kailway com
pany has at last got a force of men
at work preparing a landing at the
. river at the foot of Twelfth street.
The excursion that'' was to have
been run to this city by the business
men of Earlville, HI., over the Bur
lington tomorrow has been declared
off. The Earlville people notified the
railroad company that the -special
train Would not be needed, although
the reason for the ehange in arrange
ments is not known.
Get ready for school "by supplying
that boy. and girl with shoes and
stockings. McCabe's are showing ex
cellent reasons why you should do
so at once.
The dance of the Chrysanthemum
club, which was to have been given
at Black Hawk Inn this evening, has
been postponed till next Tuesday ev
ening, Sept. 2.
The sprinkler car of the Tri-City
Sprinkler company is in the shops
getting a new set of trucks and this
morning the wagon was seen on Sec
August DeWolf was taken sick on
Twenty-fourth street near the via
duct last evening and the ambulance
was called to remove him to St. An
Herman A. 1'hilipp arid Miss Kutli
Anderson were married early this
morning at tne oflice of Justice D. K.
McFarlanc. They took tfie morning
train west for their home in Oelwein,
Thomas Casey had a break down
while returning awheel from' his
work' at Kock Island arsenal Satur
day afternoon, taking a header on
the pavement at Sixth avenue and
Seventeenth street, and receiving a
number, of bruises in the body.
Ex-Aid. J. W. Lawhead, who has
been seriously ill at his home on For
ty-fourth street, has showed a mark
ed improvement during the past day
or so and his symptoms today were
most encouraging. The exact nature
of his ailment his physicians have
been unable to determine.
Clemann & Salzmann wish to an
nounce to the people of this vicinity
that their stock of house furnishings
has no equal smd their prices can not
lie duplicated. The reason is that
they buy in great tpiantitics direct
from 1he manufacturers. It will pay
you to visit their great big store.
From present indications there will
be a great deal -doing in the railway
excursion business Labor day. 1 he
special trains that are to be run into
Kewanee to the celebration there will
take all the extra cars that the Bur
lington road can scrape up in this vi
cinity. The Kock Island will run a
special from .Moliue to Peoria.
C. E. Dempsey, the Burlington en
gineer, whose home is in this city, but
who has been running out of Barstow
of late, was brought to this city Sat
urday evenintr and conveyed in the
ambulance to St. Anthony's hospital
where he underwent an operation for
intussusception, or telescoping of the
bowels. He rallied nicely aim is
thought now on the road to a
The Union Mission is closed for re
pairs, which were begun today. The
sewer connection that is now being
put in will enable the board of dircc
tors ttt. make the place ' much more
desirable for the use to which it i.
put. A bath room is to be installed
and a new kitchen built. The dining
room is to be enlarged. It is expect
cd that the work will be done so that
the place can be opened about Oct. 1
Two divorce bills have ln-cn tiled in
the circuit court. A. 1. McGuirk and
ami C. H. Murphy, attorneys for Em
ma Annalwl, have brought in a bill
representing that Albert Annabel,
husband of the plaintiff, lias been
guilty of cruelty during the year o
their wedded life. Mct'askrin A- Me
Caskrin. in behalf of Anna Fuller,
represent that her husband, Thomas
Fuller, is a drunkard and neglects
and abuses his wife.
NEWS OF RIVER.
IAns 8 am.
Shake Into Your Shop.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
and ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun
ions. It's the greatest comfort dis
covery of the age. Aliens loot-Ease
makes tight or new shoes feel easy.
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal
lous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try
it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail for" 25c . in
stamps. Trial package free. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmstead, Le lioy, N. Y.
1 The only high grade Baking Powder B
B made at a moderate price. 1
Psxrk 3 3 3
First Game Called at 2:15.
I. a Crosse
Pralrte da Chien
Le Claire J
Des Moines Itaplds
St. Louis 30
Kansas City 21
The C. W. Cowles,
Kendall, F. Butledge, LyUia-
Kant and J. W. Van Sant came down,
the four last named with a couple of
rafts of logs. The A. .1. Whitney and
barges, C. W. Cowles, K. Butledge and
11. D. Kendall went north, the Wi
nona was down from Clinton and the
Helen Blair departed for Burlington.
At 0 a. in. the stage of water was
. The tem-
. -0 I
2.80 and at noon it was -
peraturc at noon was 70.
At Young & McCombs Tuesday. Aoar 20.
Cialatea. Positively the last week
and the last chance to see (Jalatea,
the marble statue, turn to life. Thou
sands visited our store last week and
suw this wonderful illusion and every
body seemed satisfied. Admission
free. Children accompanied by their
parents admitted. 10 to 12 a. m. and
2 to 5 p. m. every day.
9 a. m. Embossed wall paper,
worth 10c per roll, this hour, Tues
day, per roll, 2c.
10 a. m. Last call on wash goods
and white goods remnants, worth up
to r.Oc a yard, choice, all in one lot,
per yard. jc.
11 a. m. Cambric dress lining, sale
price for this hour, per yard, 3e.
2 J), in. Percale wrappers, worth
up to $1.2.) each, for this hour, tWe.
:5 p. in. Decorated fruit plates, spe
cial for this one hour, 5e.
3 p. m. Medicated green soap, not
10c a bar, but 10c a box, for this one
union suits, for this
4 p. m. Ladies'
5 . in. Men s jeans drawers, dou
ble stitched, all sizes, 35c quality, for
this hour, loc.
Madame, in reply to your note will
say, give your children Kocky Moun
tain Tea. Keeps them well all the
time. 33 cents. T. II. Thomas pluir
m a cv.
The balance of August will be devoted to clearing out
all broken lots and odds and ends of Shoes of all
kinds. We shall make prices on same which will
astonish you. Come in and find your size and the
price will suit.
Wo are showing" very strong lines of Shoes suita
ble for school wear at very attractive prices.
Misses School Shoes
ffj All solid patent tip, full round
I.O. VL'IV cv,.,
to nole the
price ' .
See those boys' 3-sole kangaroo
calf Shoes in our men's win
dow and see how they are -i Cfi
made the best you ever saw I . OU
Little Gents' Shoes
G. A. PRICE. Proprietor.
1721 Second Avenue.
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WHAT TO ORDER
Is a dilli cult question to answer
sometimes, hook over this list
and you will lind all the season
able goods that are ou the mar
Celery. Green Corn.
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Hunches. Kru 1'lant.
Cauliflower. Wax Ueans,
Tokav, Malaga and Concord Grapes
Katiug and Cooking Applen
Poultry end Fish.
Dressed Spring Chickens
1620 Seeond Ave. Phone 1031.
Buy lis good a c;iso us you
can afford, but lirst got a
movement which, will be
accurate. Kvcry watch
movement wo fell belongs
to us until it measures
time accurately. Tick the
case ami let us decide on
We make a specialty o .
FINE RAILROAD WATCHES
Also tlm repairing of
Mann fact uriii Jewel ei r.n 1
1'lace your order with us and gci
the purest and richest iee eream in
the tri-eities. 'Phone West 1211. Tri
City Milk & Butter company, Iiock
It Needs a Tonic. "
There are times when your liver
needs a tonic. Don't give purgatives
that gripe and weaken. DcWitt's
Little Early Risers dispel all poison
from the system and act as tonic to
the liver. W. Scott, 531 Highland ave
nue, Milton, ra says: "I have car
ried De Witt's Little Early Risers, with
me for several years and would not
be without them." Small and easy
to take. Purely vegetable. They
never gripe or distress. All drug
gists. ' ' . ' '
SUMMER IS HARD
And it is hard on us, .too, for
that matter. What with dust
stains, perspiration, etc., laun
derinsr has its trials. Wc do the
gwork, though and do it to per
fection. Send us your shirts, collars
S and cuffs, and we'll do them up In a
gmost fcuperlor manner. You'll una x
our charges rtpht. also. Give you first X
class work and satisfactory services X
3 at lowest rates.
g American Steam g
, Laundry 5 5
3 Twelfth St, rifth Ave. Pbont 1836
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Are the best for the price in America. We stand back of
this statement and repeat it Best shoe in America for
the price. We squeeze $4 values into a $3 price and $5
values into a $4 price. Shoes are a "side line" for us
does not cost us a penny extra expense to sell them.
That is one reason why we can afford to squeeze the price
as we do. Good judges say our shoes are elegant. Eco
nomical men say it pays to wear M. 6c K. shoes. Wise
men buy their shoes of us.
We Can Now
tyles In Footwear
Burrojap, Patent Leather, 'Enamels, Ideal Kid, Vici Kid, Box Calf, New
Lasts. Absolutely Correct in Toe, in Cut, in Style.
We have the exclusive sale, for the celebrated Packard Shoe. We guarantee
every pair from $2 to $4 in price to give perfect satisfaction. The manufacturer
protects us in this guarantee; so then, if you want shoe elegance, shoe comfort,
shoe satisfaction and shoe economy you will wear an M. 5c K. shoe and save a
dollar or two.