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JTHE ARGUS, Fit ID AX, FEBRTJAEY G, 1903.
- Snow, probably heavy, to
night and Saturday; warmer
tonight. Brisk: and high
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature 7 a. m. 4; at
3:30 p. m. 20.
Stoves at Yilehers.
Zazaro. Union made.
Dolly Bros', tomorrow.
Spilger repairs furniture.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
"The Prince of l'ilseiv" at Bowlby's.
"The Prince of PHsen" at Bowlby's.
Dressed chickens at Harris & Caul
Dressed chickens at Maucker
Dressed chickens at Harris & Gaul
cy's. For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Dressed chickens at Maucker &
Ice bud candy 8 cents pound Sat
urday at McCabe's.
Navel oranges 12'L cents per dozen
at Maucker & Tonn's.
Men's $2.25 colt skin shoes $1.50
Saturday at McCabe's.
Witch Hazel soap 3 cents per cake
Saturday at McCabe's.
AH "The Prince of Pilsen" music at
liowlby's music house.
Suits which were cheap at $7.50 now
$5. Simon & Mosenfelder.
Heavy 8 cent shaker flannel 5 cents
yard Saturday at McCabe's.
Plenty of dressed turkeys, chick
ens and geese at Hess Bros'.
Men's and boys' heavy arctics S3
cents Saturday at McCalxj's.
Twenty ier cent discount on any
winter overcoat. The London.
One-fourth off on all winter over
coats at Gustafson & Hayes.
Twenty "per cent discount on any
winter overcoat. The London.
Choice dressed turkeys, chickens
and geese at II. Treniann's Sons'.
Men's 1!) cent black fleeced socks 5
cents pair Saturday at McCabe's.
Slightly soiled SO cent eiderdown 15
cents yard Saturday at McCabe's.
Slightly mussed" 10 cent embroid
eries 5 cents Saturday at McCabe's.
Misses 18 and 22 cent ribbed hose,
7 and ! cents pair, Saturday, at Mc
Cain's. Plenty of fancy dairy butter and
strictly fresh' eggs at Maucker &
Bargains in all departments for Sat'
unlay. Call and see us. Simon & Mo
Swits Con tie heavy wool underwear.
$1 quality, now 50 cents. Simon
Broken-lots of heavy suits cheap at
former price $10, now $t.50. Simon &
From one-fourth to one-third o1T on
men's winter suits. New goods. (Jus
tafson it Hayes.
Men's heavy sweaters, black and
maroon, Saturdaj' only, 33 cents. Gus
tafson & Hayes.
We ore showing all the latest
shapes and styles in spring hats.
( J ust a f son & Hayes.
25 cents for 50 cent values in men's
full cut work shirts Saturday at Ulle
meyer & Sterling's. -
More of thse heavy black fleeced
underwear, for Saturday, Ii3 cents, at
Gustafson & Hayes.
Here's a chance any wash vest in
the house, worth up to $4, Saturday,
only $2. The London.
Saturday special at 'Ullemeyer &
Sterling's, one lot men's work shirts
25 cents, Saturday only.
When purchasing cigars see that
the blue union label of the Cigar
makers union is on the box.
For Saturday only, your choice of
any 50 cent fancy sox for 25 cents.
You know us. The London.
Orma club dance, Turner opera
house, DavenjHirt, Sunday evening,
Feb. 8. Admission, 25 cents; ladies
Men's heavy merino underwear for
Saturday only, IS cents.' Only two
suits to a customer. Gustafson' &
Clement & Diedrich, 32(5 Twentieth
street, -will give a package of Malt
Ceres free with every purchase to
morrow. Physical culture and medical gym
nastics at Carse's hall Saturday after
noons. 'Phone 1C3S west. Mrs. Mauzy,
Saturday is the last day you can
get one of those suits worth $13.50
to $1S for $10. You know us. The
Clement & Diedrich. 326 Twentieth
street, will give a package of Malt
Ceres free with .every purchase to
morrow. Get them Saturday if you want
them at all. Suits worth from $13.50
up to $1S. Saturday, the last day, at
$10. The London.
Mrs. J. A. Wright was taken in the
ambulance last evening from her
Jiome. 4210 Fifth avemie, to St. An
Only a few days longer that you can
buy trousers at these prices, $1.39
for $2 values, $2.95 for $4 values. Ul
lemeyer : Sterling.
We still have some of the nobbiest
overcoats of the season left on which
we have made a reduction of $2 to $5.
Simon & Mosenfelder.
Pork tenderloins, leaf lard, spare
ribs, sausage meat, neck bones, pigs'
heads, dressed pigs' feet, hearts and
livers at H. Treniann's Sims'. .
Only a short time and Young &
McCombs affairs will in adjusted, so
step quick to take advantage of the
deep cut in prices all over the store
on everything. Young & McCombs.
The ambulance was called to Augus
ta na college last evening to remove
Gustav Magnuson, a student who is
suffering with erysiielas, to St. An
J. W. Tubbs, township tax collector,
has secured ottiee room with S. S.
Hull in the Mitchell & Lynde building,
and with J. JC. Fleming as his assist
ant today began, taking in the reve
nues. The Apollo club, of Davenport,
gave an entertainment at the First
Methodist church last evening before
a fair sized and appreciative audi
ence. The program consisted mainly
of vocal numbers by the club with
special parts by the members.
, Mrs. Sophia LaFrenz, who conducts
a millinery store at 1324 Third avenue,
slipped on the icy walk in front of
her place of business this morning
and sustained a bad fracture of the
right hip. She was taken to St. An
thony's hospital, where surgical
treatment was given. The accident is
a serious one.
Reports being received at the Wood
men head oflice indicate that all the
more important Woodmen centers
are almost solidly in favor of some
sort of readjustment at the next head
camp. About 1,200 camps have so far
been heard from and fully 90 per cent
of the delegates chosen are under
stood to be favorable to higher-rates.
The annual ball of the Rock Island
Liquor Dealers took place at Armory
hall last evening. There were about
seventy couples in attendance and an
evening of genuine enjoyment was
stpent treading the mazes of the dance
to the program of music by Bleuer's
orchestra. At inidinght siipjer was
served at the Turner hall dining room.
Y0UNQ & M'COMBS
Lost Your Gain Take Advantage of These
Goods WUlle They Laiit-
100 piece china dinner sets, worth
$25. as long as they last, $13.95.
. $1.25 horse blankets, 03c.
29c wool fascinators, white or
Ladies' walking skirts, former price
up to $8.50, reduced to $2.50, $2.75 and
Ladies walking skirts, former price
$1.39, while they last, 89c.
Full line of valentines.
All calendars one-half price.
$1.50 and $2.50 steam engines, toy
department. oOq 'and 75c.
$5 wiool and 'near seal muffs, w hile
they last, $2.50.
Men's heavy fleece lined shirts, 19c.
Jackets worth up to $15, while they
Gold p'ated brooches, former price
$1.25, sale price. C3c.
Heavy .ticking, fancy, striped, worth
up to 2Sc. all in one lot at 14',e per
Table oil cloth, per yard, lbs
$$ for 50 cents all over the store.
G. STEVKXS &. CO.,
Some Barcalna at Itrookman'i Tomorrow.
Fine crokinole board, 73c.
Willow clothes basket, 49c.
Galvanized coal buckets, 24c.
Buttermilk toilet, soap, 3 bars in a
box, per box, 9c.
Fine table oil cloth, yard, 12c.
2-quart granite pudding pans, 13c.
Baby's soft sole shoes, 19c.
Small boys shoes' (like papa w ears),
99c. ' ' .
Mali's $2.75 viei, velour or box calf,'
Ladies $3 kid. heavy soles, $.".).
Ladies $2 kid, heavy soles, $1.09.
Men's $1.75 lace or congress, $1.50.
Children's fur trimmed, red felt
Kvliise shoe dressing, lOc- size, 5c. '
JOSEPH F. SCIl.NvIlDKR.
All the news all the time The
SPANISH AMERICAN WAR
VETERANS ELECT OFFICERS
SLlxmey Bay camp. No. 274, Spanish
American, War Veterans, last evening
elected the following otlicers to serve
during the coming year:
Commander F. L. Tubbs.
Senior Vice Commander W. T. Han
son. Junior Vice Commanedr OtisCronk.
Adjutant F. C. Downs.
Chaplain Alfred W. Bowen.
Oflicer of the Day Marshall Lucas.
Officer of the Guard John Schmidt.
Quartermaster George W. Flood.
The camp, which was formed last
year, is now in a flourishing condi
tion and has a membership of 35.
Meetings are held the first and sec
ond Thursdays of each month at Me
morial hall. All honorably discharg
ed soldiers and sailors of the Spanish
American war are eligible to membership.
CHARLES NEGUS LOSES HIS
CLOTHES IN ACADEMY FIRE
Charles Negus, of this city, was a
student at the Western Military acad
emy. Upper Alton. 111., which was. de
stroyed by tire Wednesday night. He
escaped injury, but his entire ward
rt.ibe was lost in 11u flames. The
blaze is thought to have been the
work of an incendiary. Charles re
turned home yesterday.-
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Low lates to California. Washing
ton, Montana and Oregon via the
Rock Island, commencing Feb. 15.
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
New Orleans and Return.
Take the Rock Island for your trip
to New Orleans or Mobile. Feb. 17
there will be on sale round trip tick
ets at rate of $25 to New Orleans and
$23.07 to Mobile. The shortest line
and best of service. For full informa
tion regarding sto-overs. ami so
forth, call at depots, or city oflice.
1S13 Second avenue.
Cnlcago, Feb. 6 Following are tne open
ing:, highest, lowest and closing quotation
in today's markets:
May, 79 : 79!4: 79: TS'j.
July, 74 ; 7ih; 7; Wi-
May, 44; 45; 44i
July, 43?i ; 43:: 43:43. .
May, 36 V-: 87; Be, : SfiT,,.
July, 32; 32; 32; 32.
May. 16.85; J6.S5: 16.72: 16.75
July. IG.Sj: 1627; 16.25; 16.25 lh
Feu., 9.4r 9.45: 9.45; 9.45.
May. 9.4 9.4i : 9.32: 9 37.
July, 9.23 ; .22 ; 9.17; 8.20b.
May. 9 15; 9 15 : 9.I0-: 9.12 .
July. 9.1(5; 9.1-5; 9 00: 9.00.
' Receipts today: Wheat 30. corn 210. oats
Everybody knows what a slioe sale means with ns it's genuine it's
just what wc advertise and nothing else. We don't have so-called shoe
sales every 10 days, hut we do have a sale at this time of the year, and
forget about Cost Price for 10 days and clean out all broken lines of
X,,.'. . 1
Men's $5.00 Shoes
Clean 'em out.
Notice the styles in our east
window Men's shoes wortli
up to S3.50.
BROKEN LOTH Too many kinds to quote them all here, but
look in the 'windows and on the bargain counters.
BROKEN LOTS Too many Boys', Misses' and Children's.
TEN Days of this Sale.
A. PRICE. Proprietor.
1721 Second Avenue.
Phone Union 112
118; hogs 21,000; cattle 4.000, sheep 5,000.
Hon market tw- cu w- ak to 5c lower.
Light. 16 10&6.75; mixed ana butch
ers. 6.y5e.95; good heavy, 6.40&7 05; rough
Cattle market opened slow.
Sheep market opened hteadv.
Union stock yards fc: lu a. m.
Hog market opened weak and 5c lower.
Light, 16 10(2,6.75; mixed and Dutchers, 16.35
a8.95: good heavv. 6.45:&7.0O; rough heavv,
46.40(26.75; pigs, 5.6036.!; iorkers. .10i,
Cattle market steady.
Hog market closed strong and 5c higher
Light, ttf.l5&6 80: mixed and butchers. 6.40
&7.00; good heavy, iG.5u3,7.05; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
Estimated receipts Saturday: Wheat 35,
corn 25, oats iro, hogs it.ooo.
New York Stocks.
New York. Feb. 6. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. Pacific 64is.suear 1?9. C. & A. com.
as 107S Penna. 15o't. li. AO. 101 hi. C. K. I. &
P. com4HH.C. M. & St. P 17;, Manhattan 145,
Pacific Mail 41 hi. Atchison com . 87?,. W. U.
Tel. Co. no, N. Y. Ontral ito. L. & N.
I36tf. B.. R. T. 6M. Rdg. com. C:li. leather
com. Wi. copper f1. Atchison ptu. ioom. U.
S. Steel ptd s4. 17. s. Steel common
Missouri Pacific 112. Union Pacific common
102 coal and iron 64V4. Krie common 41;
Wabash ptd 4's. Can Pacirtc W?,. Republic
Steel common zi. Republic Steel ptd. 79?,;,
M. K. & T. common , American Car
and Foundry common 4lSi-
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provfolona. Live
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Feb. 6. Following are the
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamerv 2hic. dairy 23c
figgs Fresh 24c: packed 20'ic.
Live poultry Chickens loc per round
hens 9c per pound, ducks "Mc, turkeys 13c
Vegetables Potatoes, 35c to 40c.
Cattle Steers $4.50 to 15.50. cows and
heifers tc.00 to gl.oo, calves t4.50 to $6.00.
Hogs Mixed and butchers 5.00 to i .50
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. t-t.OOto
15 00, Lambs per head to.oo to 10 00
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn -0l2c: oats, soc to 35c.
Foraee Timothy hay. (11 to tvi, prairie
10 to 111. baled prairie 13, baled timothy 112
Wood Hard, per load $5.oo5.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel I5i(i 17c, slack, per
Why Not Buy The Best.
The Best Seeds are the cheapest.
We sell at New York Catalogue
S MonL-ot Rarrlnopc always avail themselves ' of the
liiarKei UarunerS Highest Class Seeds obtainable. "TH0R-
BURNS" SEEDS hold the Gold Medals of the world awarded them at
Paris Exposition 1900, and the l'an-Am erican Exposition, 1901.
Quality is Our Leading Feature. Send for Catalogue. I
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Louis Hevnsseris Sons.
213-215 West Second Street, Da,venport, Iowa.
Lxixiry evnd Utility....
is a combination always
to be desired in your
home. A set of our ele
gant nickle plated bath
and lavatory fixtures
till the bill exactly.
CHANNON, PERRY CO.,
Davis T.lock. Thone 1US.
114 West Seventeenth St.
iro po you et or these prices?
A Splendid Line
$7.50 and $10 to
All Wool heavy
From $12.50 to
Laurge line of silk
mix Worsted and
Worsted Sviits Re
duced from $15 to
In Our Overcoat
Stock You can
$8.00 values reduced g Q(J
$10.00 values reduced fiJQ
$15.00 values reduced j gQ
These reductions do not apply to every line in the
you'll not be disappointed, and if you buy you'll be
store, but to most of them. If you will look
delighted. This is our final wind-up on win
A Little Better or a Little Lower
First. Last and All the Time.
Better Buy a Good Supply. The
Price of Clothing will be GreeUly
Advanced Next Fo.ll.