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THE ARGrTJS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1902.
Showers tbls afternoon and.
tonight; Tuesday, fair, cool
er. J. M. SHERIER,,
. Temperature 7 a. m. 65; at
3:30 p. m. 70.
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns. -Buy
a home of Beidj Bros.
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
School supplies at Trefz & Co.'s.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
Get your school books at Trefz &
For real estate and insurance, E.
Xew and second hand school books
Dr. David 11. Hawes, dentist, Illinois
Kingsbury makes the right prices
on school books.
Couches, couches, an entirely new
line at E. F. Jlelpenstell's.
Dr. B. F. Hall. 2713 Second avenue,
eye, ear, nose and throat.
Trefz & Co., headquarters for school
supplies and school books.
Goods for our fall trade are arriv
ing daily. E. F. Ilelpenstell.
25 per cent discount on all wall pa
per this week at I-. J. Lee's.
Grand showing of new fall dress
fabrics this week at McCabe's.
Stop in at Hess Bros", tomorrow
and try Xorka, the new cereal.
Tuesday at Young & McCombs'.
China asters 10 cents per doen.
Kingsbury takes old school book-;
in part exchange for new ones.
Go to Kingsbury for school books
and take your old ones with you.
The new stylish millinery is coming
in lively now at McCabe's. See ad.
Arithmetics, Healthv Bodies and
spellers exchanged at Trefz & Co'.s.
Dr. William II. Carl, dentist, corner
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue
Carpets put down and interlining
furnished free this week at McC'abe",
Don't forget the free demonstration
of Xorka Malted Oats at .1. T. Shields'.
A rare ottering in women's stvlish
S2..10 shoes at ifl.O'J, Tuesday at Mc
. i Take away all the ink tablets vom
want at cents each from Kings
A dress goods showing well worthy
of sharp attention this week at McCabe's.
Fast, black I!urIington dve stock
ings. 3 cents pair. .1 o'clock Tuesday
Large shipments, carpets, mattings.
oil cloths and linoleums just unload
ing at McCabe's.
Big assortment of iron beds, in col
ors and white, at E. F. Ilelpenstell's,
1S02 Second avenue.
Big demonstration at Hess Bros'
tomorrow. Xorka. the new cereal,
served with fresh fruit.
Our line of extension tables is com
plete in. every respect. E. F. Ilelpen
stell, 1802 Second avenue.
Wanted at once at -Mel a be s. six
young men 15 to 20 years old. Bring
references when possible.
Xorka, served with fresh fruit, is
fit food for a king. Drop in at Hess
Bros, tomorrow and try it.
Full line of room plate and bric-a-brac
mouldings at prices that will
surprise you at 1. .1. Lee's.
Dr. I. B. Ennis, physician and sur
geon, also cancer and skin specialist.
Office, 30354 Twentieth street.
The regular monthly meeting of the
membership of the Bock Island Club
will .be held tomorrow evening.
The Sisters of the Visitation an
nounce that classes will be resumed
at the academy Tuesday, Sept. 9.
Don't op the question until you
see "A Husband on Salary" at the Illi
nois theatre Wednesday, Sept. 10.
School supplies, drawing materials
and candies at Miss Flummer's, 2113
Sixth avenue, across from high school.
Clemann & Salzmann have just un
packed a car load of dining room
chairs. Many styles and all prices.
W. II. Smith has resigned his plac-j
with McC'abe & Co. to accept a posi
tion witli W. S. Holbrook ju Daven
port. The Brandenburg millinery store's
tailor-made hats lead in styles and
are lowest in prices. No two hats
Our photograph of you would have
the much sought after artistic merit
and elegance of finish. The Blakeslee
The children tif the late Mrs. Kate
B. Pearson wish to express their
thanks to neighbors and friends for
I The only high grade Baking Powder fj
made at a moderate price. a
their kind helpfulness in their recent
Standard methods taught on string
or wind instruments, 35 cents. Call
or address H. S. Spencer, 2307 Fifth
John the Panitorium club and look
neat. Montgomery & Campbell, pro
prietors, l'JO'J Second avenue. Ttione
The Bock Island Betail Merchants'
association meets in the headquar
ters in the Mitchell & Lynde building
The last promenade concert of the
season by Albert Petersen's orches
tra is to be given this evening at the
The steamer C. W. Cowles and
barge, Sophia, will run a popular
priced excursion to Muscatine and re
turn next Saturday.
The O. E. S. Social cirle meets to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Brookman, 250ti Fifth-
The season's first rehearsal of the
Hock Island Choral society is to oc
cur this evening at the Broadway
Cards are out for the reception to
be tendered "A Husband on Salary"
Wednesday evening, Sept. 10, at the
Illinois theatre at 8:15 sharp. I
Lonsdale, Blackstoue and other lls
to U cent fine bleached muslins, short
lengths and mill ends, 5'2 cents, 10
o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday at
By the terms of the will of OloflT C
Feernandt. of Moline, which was ad
mitted to probate Saturday after
noon, the testator leaves all his prop
erty to his wife, Ella Feernandt.
What is the reason that McCabe's
furniture department was so throng
ed last week? Even more unusual
happenings are occurring there, this
vteek, third floor. Take elevator.
Ignatius Foxglove announces the
niarriacre of Paul Ilarwood and Kuth
Temperton. It is reported that Mr.
Ilarwood will receive a weekly sti
pend. Ihus becoming "A Husband on
Open Tuesday. Sept. 9. the office of
Dr. G. I). Shoop. ophthalmologist, Bu
ford block. 1707'. Second avenue. His
specialty, the eye and the eye only.
Glasses fitted; all work absolutely
We. wish to call special attention to
our smart ready-to-wear hats at re
markably low prices. These hats are
not merely for early fall wear, but
will e worn all winter. Branden
burg millinery store.
County Supt. S. J. Ferguson today
began his first tour of visits among
the rural schools. He will first call
upon the teachers throughout the
county who are beginning their first
term's work, the proportion of whom
is unusually large this season.
Frank Chambers, of South Bock Isl
and, was arrested today on the
charge of assault and battery on
complaint of George A. Andrews, a
neighbor. When the case came up
before Justice Schroeder a change :
venue was taken to Justice Schriver.
The clock in the tower of the new
Bock Island station is how illumina
ted at night. As the clock in the de
pot used by the Milwaukee has like
wise an illuminated dial this leaves
the Burlington with the only dark
clock face in the city. And it is lo
cated, too, where a little lighting up
would do some good both as far as
the public and the road are con
The excursion over the Milwauke;,
given under the auspices of the Bock
Island Arsenal Aid association, which
left this city at 11 o'clock Saturday
night, was attended by nearly SOU
people from the three cities. The
special train was made up of i2
coaches and a. baggage car, another
coach being put on at Savanna. The
day was a beautiful onr- yesterday
for the trip. The train on its return
reached the tri-cities early this niorn-
Peter Pfaff, who conducts the St
Julien bowling alleys 'on Seventh av
enue and Seventeenth street, has just
completed the remodeling of th
building devoted to the bowlers. Th
alleys have been repjaned by a Chir
eago firm and made as good as new
and the interior of the room has
been repaired, repainted and fitted
up with additional apparatus. Al
though it is yet early the bowlers are
beginning to get together and an in
teresting season in the three cities is
Officer McCarthy was called to the
Twentieth Century Loan bank on
Twentieth street this morning on th-
representation of the proprietor that
a stranger was attempting to unload
some jewelry that was evidently stol
en. The man was taken to the sta
tion, Where he gave his name as Mar
shall Martin, of Omaha. The jewelry
was of a cheap sort, but the prisoner
did not tell a very straight story as
to how he came into possession of it,
and he was locked up.
The opening Sunday services of the
season, or Fall I tally day, brought out
a large attendance at the Y. M. C. A.
yesterday afternoon. The address of
the afternoon was delivered by Bev.
C. F. Xevius, of Muscatine, and a most
interesting and helpful talk it proved.
There was music by the association
quartet. The regular meetings of
the bible classes will Ijegin the first
Sunday in October. Xext Sunday
IIcv. D. L. McXary will -deliver an ad
dress at the men's afternoon meet
ing on the subject, "How God Makes
Continents and Men." '
IS HIT BY A BIG STONE
Robert McConochie Hm Narrow Escape
From Serious Injury.
-liobert McConochie last Saturday
afternoon was the victim of an acci
dent that might have been very seri
ous. He was directing the stone work
at the office building of the Union
Electric Telephone & Telegraph com
pany on Fourth avenue, when a large
block of stone weighing half a ton
was released by the parting of the
r.., eil in elevating it and fell. It
struck near Mr. McConochie, alight
ing on one end, and the other feU
against him. He was caught between
the stone and a mortar box and his
head was badly bruised and cut.
A Hoy's Wild lilde for UN.
With family around expecting him
to die, and a son riding for life, 18
miles, to get Dr. King's .New Discov
ery for consumption, cuugua
colds, W. II. Brown, of Leesville, Ind.,
endured death's agonies from asth
ma, but this wonderful medicine gave
instant relief and soon cured him.
He writes: "I now sleep soundly ev
ery night." Like marvelous cures of
consumption, pneumonia, bronchitis,
coughs, colds and grip prove its
matchless merit for all throat and
lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles
0c and $1. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
bow Are Year Kidneys t
Dr. HoM eparapos Pills cure all kidney Ills. Pm
Ole free. Add. Sterling Uerneoi CuCbleajfO or a. Y-
DISTRICT DENTISTS TO
HOLD MEETING HERE
A neat and tasty program of the
twentieth annual meeting of the First
District Dental society of Illinois to
be hehl in Bock Island Sept. 23 and
24 is being mailed to the members by
Dr. W. L. Skidinore of 'Moline, the
sole member of the executive com
mittee. The program represents a
summer's work by Dr. Skidmore, and
in the list of . craftsmen who will
make addresses are included some
of the best known men of Iowa and
Illinois. Dr. W. E. Mabee. of Gales
burg, is president of the district so
ciety; B. W. Hood, of Monmouth,
vice president; C. B. Warner, of Avon,
secretary; H. Y. McMillan, treasurer.
The reception committee includes the
following well-known tri-citv dent
ists: Drs. II. M. Pearce, W. T. Magi!!,
W. G. Hay, C. R. Baker, L. W. Skid
more, J. W. Ghiesing, 11. G. Trent, J.
Trl-Clty Concert Connie.
Season tickets at Kingsbury's and
Bowlby's. Price. $2.25. Single ad
missions, $l.r.O ;md $1.
Free demonstration of
Malted Oats at J. T. Shields'.
This is the time to use Bocky Moun
tain Tea. Keeps you well all this
year. Great blood life renewcr. o5
ccnjls. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
Fall Footwear... s
E wisli to call tlie attention of every wo
man in Hoeli Island and vicinity, to the line
of Goodyear welted shoes we are showing
this season. No tacks, no thread, every pair smooth
inside and flexible to your foot, the quality Al,
and styles the very latest.
O They arc positively the equal of any S3.00 shoes from any
O other house, and better than a good many. These are em
phatically the best shoes ever offered at
G. A. PRICE. Proprietor. v 1721 Second Avenue.
Is not French, Trish or Zulu
for some new-fangled stom-
ach bitters, nor is it a trade
mark for a patent jnrous
plaster. It stands for the fin
est, most wholesome-and nui
tritious Cereal Food on the
market. It is a combination
of baked crushed oats and
malt. It will be demonstrat
ed at our store this Week, and
during Monday and Tuesday
it will be
Served With Fruit.
Our friends and customers
(especially the ladies) are
cordially invited to come in
and try this most excellent
food. Bemember that Mon
day ami 'luesday NOKKA will
be served with fresh fruit.
You will not be unduly urged
to buy we. want you to try
it merely to advertise the
1620 Second avenue.
Phones 1031 and 1013,
The many line attrac
tions billed for tlie Illi
nois theater this season
will justify yon buy
ing a pair of .... .
We have just received a
line line of the best
makes with line final
CALL AND GET PRICES.
Manufacturing Jeweler an J
Avoid serious results of kidney or
bladder disorder by taking Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by all druggists.
a "TRIFLES LIGHT AS AIR"
But as important as weightier
and more cogent reasons for
patronizing any given laundry,
are the attentn paid to turn
ing over" collars, no tearing of
buttonholes, no scorching of
shirt bosoms anything else for
that matter. Many littles make
good laundry work and perma
nent customers. We will suit
Laundry 5 5
Twelfth St., Fifth Afa. Phone 1X36
V . PL r-4 5 1 ri H m f t YU . SY W L A. A tl i t,. x 1 . .
Are the best, for the price in
this statement and repeat it-
America. We .stand back of
-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.
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. & K. shoe and save a
dollar or two.