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THE AR&TJS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15), 1902.
Generally fair and warmer
tonight and Saturday.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature 7 a. in. 45; at
3:30 p. m. G5. . '
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
Steel ranges at Wileher's.
Wait for ISog-gess fire sale.
Hattles for good footwear.
For insurance, K. J. TUirns.
JJuy a home of IJeitly IJros.
For tin work. II. T. Kiemon.
Homes for sale. A. Itush & Co.
Dressed chickens at Schroeder's.
Siberian crabs at Maiicker & Tonn'a.
Celery and oysters at H. Tremann's
Ladies patent colt shoes at Bat
For real estate and insurance, K.
Painter's overalls only 19 cents at
Sweaters for boys. Try I'llemeyer
For footwear that you can rely up
on, go to Adams.
Plums by the peck or bushel at
Maiicker ' Tonn's.
For unexcelled fit, stvle and work
manship, try F.mig.
Dressed spring and old chickens at
II. Tremann's Suns.
Woodmen's Choice flour $1 per sack
at Maiicker & Tonn's.
School shoes for the boys ones
that wear, at Adams'.
Late shapes in stiff and soft hats at
Summers & LaVelle's.
Soft sole shoes for the babies, 25
cents a pair, at Adams.
Velvet rugs, 27x54, for 9S cents, Sat
urday night at McCabe's.
The fire sale at Boggess art store
will occur in two weeks. Wait.
Dr. B. F. Hall, 2713 Second avenue,
eye, ear, nose and throat.
Black ostrich plumes. 12, cents,
Saturday night at McCabe's.
School shoes for your little ones at
Adams'. They always wear.
15 cent feather dusters for 9 cents
Saturday night at McCabe's.
Place vour order with Maiicker fc
Tonn for your Sunday dinner.
Full weight underwear, SO cents jht
garment. Summers - LaVelle.
Plentv of small cucumbers for
pickling at Maiicker Tonn's.
Boys shoes at Battles', $!. $1.25 and
."fl.50. All solid shoes that wear.
Boys and children's fine wool cap
at 25 cents. Sommers & LaVelle.
Light weight top coats, plain and
plaid effects. Sommers & La elle.
Some 25 cent plaid dress goods, 10
cents. Saturday night at McCabe's.
Ladies solid silver thimbles. 10
cents. Saturday night at McCabe's.
Black petticoats, deep flounce. :;9
cents, Saturday night at McCabe s.
Just in, new pancake flour, 3 pack
ages for 25 cents, at Kuschmann's.
Silk umbrellas, fancy borders,
cents, Saturday night at McCabe's.
Infants' shoes, turned soles.
cents, Saturday night at McCabe's.
Dr. William II. Carl, dentist, corner
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue.
New fall shirts in all the late styl
ish effects, at I'llemeyer & Sterling's.
Boys' suits that will stand the wear
at popular prices. Sommers & La
Velle. Fresh toasted marshmallows, 12'j
cents a pound, Saturday night at Mc
Cabe's. Bleached muslin, worth 8 cents, at
5'2 cents, Saturday night at Mc
Cabe's. Emig's work has a style that is' all
its own. Fall goods are now being
The best 50 cent overall in town for
only 38 cents. You know us. The
Women's 20 cent hose, ribbed tops,
seconds, 10 cents, Saturday night at
The extreme stylish cut trousers,
"peg leg." See them at Sommers &
Railroad men will find something to
interest them in the Leader ad on
A little more value at a little less
price if you wear L'llemeyer & Ster
New line of children's and misses
union stamped shoes just arrived at
When in need of corn, hay and all
kinds of feed, call up X. P. F. Nel
son. 'Phone West 1137.
Take a look at the Leader's east
window. You are hard to suit if j'ou
don't find something to interest yo.i
Perfect In quality.
Moderate In prloe.
in that bunch of new fall styles of
Fine pictures of the lumber yard
fire can be had at the Blakslee studio.
All sizes, from 25 cents up.
The Leader's special $2 shoes for
men in box calf and vie! leathers ore
hard to beat in this vicinity.
Spring chicken, spring lamb, chick
ens, and all kinds of choice fresh
meats at Schindler's market.
Dr. I. B. Knnis, physician and sur
geon, also cancer and skin specialist.
Office, 3031a Twentieth street.
If you wish to look well dressed at
a moderate cost buy a Stcin-Bloch &
Co. suit. Sommers & LaVelle.
There was a light frost last night,
but it was not sufficiently severe to
harm vegetation in this vicinity.
Xo place like the London for real
bargains. All over the store. Bette"
come and get in on it. The London.
Tomorrow morning we will have
plenty of dairy butter ami fresh
country eggs. Kuschmann's grocery.
Attend the Ornia -club dances. Tur
ner hall, Davenport, every Saturday
and Sunday evening. Admission, 25
Special for Saturday only Bio cof
fee, 7y, cents a pound; not more than
10 pounds to a customer. Lange &
New hats, new caps, new neckwear.
new suits, everything new. Plent' of ,
Adler's suits. See us before you bu
Men should try Adams' cushion
shoe for comfort, ami for sore, ten
der feet, nothing takes their place.
lust see them.
Don't forget to attend the dance
given by the Woodmen of South Book
Island at their halk tomorrow night.
Gents, 50 cents; ladies, free.
Look at our east window and you
will see the finest line of suits and
top coats that's ever been shown in
this citv. (iustafson & Haves.
Prof. Clendenin has arranged tj
give a series of social dances in In
dustrial hall Saturday nights, com
mencing Saturday evening. Sept. 27.
Bev. Judd, of St. Mary's school.
Knoxville. 111., will officiate at Trin
ity Episcopal church Sunday. Bev.
Judd will be the guest of Dr. Sweet.
Saturday, children's suits worth up
to $2.50 only $1; 150 suits in the lot;
all sizes, 3 to 15 years. Temorary
store, just around the corner. Th
All clothing stores have suits anil
overcoats, but our complete line is
nothing but the latest in fall styles.
The new clothing store, (iustafson
The Bock Island Cadets will meet
this evening at Turner hall to trans
act business and to prepare for enter
tainments that are to be given in the
The sand washer, purchased by the
city for use at the reservoir, was
tested today by Waterworks Superin
tendent Bancroft, and found to be all
that it is represented.
Our new fall clothes are marvels I;i
perfection of fit and beauty of design.
We shall be pleased to show them
whether you wish to purchase or not.
Simon - Mosenfelder.
It is a pleasure to come into our
boys' and children's department and
see all the new fall styles of boys'
and children's clothing. The new
clothing store. Oustafson & Hayes.
This is the right kind of weather
for a light weight overcoat. The ex
treme short box coat is the latest
fad. Simon & Mosenfelder are show
ing some beautiful styles.
Our system of size is such that our
men's suits fit anyone, tall or small,
slim, stout or regular, it makes no
difference. Wear an L'llemeyer fe
Sterling suit and have comfort and
We have just received another new
shipment of those fall styles of
Kingsbury $3 hats with a $5 look and
a $10 wear. Come anil see them at
the new clothing store. (Iustafson S
Hayes. The family of the late Mrs. Robert
Gregg, of Coal Valley, wish to ex
press their gratitude to the many
friends for condolence and assist
ance tendered them in their late be
reavement; also for floral offerings. '
Our line of fall overcoats includes
everything that is right and up-to-
date. Any color and any length you
may want, and at money saving
prices. Simon - Mosenfelder.
The American School of Corre
spondence at the Armour Institute of
Technology, Chicago, has awarded S.
E. Mattison four free scholarships )o
be given to worthy' young men in
A beautiful new stock of fall
clothes for man, boy and child awaits
your inspection at Simon & Mosen
felder's. .You'll not want any clothes
made to order when you see the per
fect fitting and finely tailored clothes
we are showing.
New goods are arriving all the time,
the largest stock ever shown in Bock
Island and all purchased for our new
store. We will not be able to occupy
our new building for some time, and
now you can see the grandest assort
ment at our temporary quarters.
Just around the corner. Prices right,
too. You know us. The London.
The first and secmd football teams
of the Davenport high school will
come to this city tomorrow after
noon for practice games with the
first and second teams of the-Rock
Island high school. The contests,
which will be free to the public, will
be held at the Twelfth street park,
the first being called at 2:43.
If you want to appear correctly
dressed and in proper style, you must
have your clothes made by one who
thoroughly understands the art and
who has had a wide experience in
that line. E. F. Dom's increasing
business shows that the work. ho is
turning out has obtained the stamp
of approval of all good dressers. All
fall styles and patterns are now in
and are ready for your inspection.
On account of delays on our new
building, we will not occupy it as
soon as expected. Our new stock,
which we purchased for the new
store, can now be seen at our tem
porary store in the Mitchell & Lyndc
building, old postoflice, just around
the corner. At this store you can
find the best. Nothing too good for
Bock Island. Don't buy until you sec
our stock. The London.
Dr. Louis Ostrom. the oculist and
aurist, has returned after a two
months post-graduate course of spe
cial studies in Chicago, where he pur
sued private work in eye, ear. nose
and throat diseases at the Chicago
Clinical school, the West Side hospi
tal anil the Chicago Policlinic, and
was especially favored in being most
of the time assistant to Dr. W. L.
Xoble, surgeon-in-chief of the Illinois
Eye and Ear infirmary, one of tin.
largest institutions of its kind in the
world. Dr. Ostrom reports that he
hail a very profitable and enjoyhbk
stay in Chicago.
All the news all the time The
A. J. Itelan, the l'opular Seveath Avenue
UruKKlst, to Receive 1IU Friends
and Patrons Tomorrow.
A. J. Reiss, having conducted his
up-to-date store at its present loca
tion, 27(H) Seventh avenue, for one
year, has decided to celebrate the oc
casion fittingly, and has accordingly
made arrangements to keep open
house to all his friends and patrons
from i a. m. to 8 p. m. tomorrow.
During those hours the orchestra will
discourse music and a beautiful sou
venir will be given to everyone mak
ing a cash purchase, no matter how
small. Even the little ones have been
taken care of, and when accompanied
by their parents they will also re
ceive a nice present. All are invited,
all are welcome, liven if you have
no purchases to make, go and see the
store, which has been beautifully dec
orated for the occasion, and hear the
At Joe Schneider's
Ladies' Kie shoe polish, 7c.
Ladies' strap sandals, regular $1.25
Ladies' kid lace, patent tip, light or
heavy sole, regular $1.75 value, $1.4S.
Boys shoes, broken lots, regular
$1.50 shoes, while they last, sizes 9 to
Men's solid work shoes, lace or con
gress, regular $1.50 value, $1.15.
Baby si s, 49c.
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0 G. A. PRICE. Proprietor.
E "wisli to call tlie attention of every wo
man in Rock Island and vicinity, to tlie line
of Goodyear welted slioes we are snowing
this season. No tacks, no thread, every pair smooth
inside and flexible to your foot, the quality Al,
and styles the very latest.
They are positively the equal of any $3.00 shoes from any
other house, and better than a good many. These are em
phatically the best shoes ever offered at
1721 Second Avenue.
ARE YOU ON....
To the fact tb at our stock of Gro
ceries is the most complete in the
city. We have everything in the
line of tresh truits.vegetables and
choice canned goods. Some good
things for your Sunday dinner:
Celery. Green Corn.
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Bunches. Egg Plant,
Cauliflower. Wax Beans,
Carrots, Beets, -Green
Spanish Onion Spinach
Tokay, Malapa and Concord Grapes
Hating and Cooking Apples
Watermelons CaL Pears
Plums by the peck or bushel.
Preserving Pears. Peaches by bushel
Poultry a.nd Fish.
Dressed Chickens. Dressed Ducks.
Dressed Jee?e. Fresh Fish
Dressed Spring Chickens
Canned Oysters. Bulk Oysters
1620 Seond Ave. Phone 1031.
The many fine attrac
tions billed for the Illi
nois theater this season
will justify yon buy
ing a pair of
We have just received a
fine line of the btst
makes with line qual
CALL AND GET PRICES.
Manufacturing Jeweler and
WELL. WHAT DO Y0TJ
THINK OF THAT?
Shirts from a laundry not torn
all to pieces, not bespattered
with iron rust or too much blu
in! Just enough starch to koep
them stiff, not too much for
comfort in wearing. Where is
this laundry that turns out such
good work? For answer read the
Laundry 3 5
Twelfth St., FLftb At. Pbon 1X36
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Our stock of Boys' and Children's Cloth
ing is now ready and we want EVERY
MOTHER to see it. Every day is Mother's
day and we are prepared to show every
caller the new and elegant fall styles for
the big and little boy, including papa. We
take great pride in our children's clothing,
and aim to show every whim and kink
of fashion as soon as it is out besides
showing many handsome and exclusive de
signs, made expressly for us. Among them
The Duke of York Norfolk Sviits.
Boys Yoke Newport Siits,
New Two Bvitton D. B. Siits,
New Irvington Sviits.
U. S. Regulation Sailor Sviits.
Sailor Collar Norfolk Suits.
An immense showing of the regulation Dovible
Breasted and plain three-piece Suits.
We simply want to show our splendid newg
Fall styles YOU ARE INVITED COME, g
Bring in the boys. We will do the rest. o