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THE AUGTJS, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1903.
Partly cloudy tonight -and
Saturday, with probably
J. M. SHERiER,
Temperature At 7 a. ra. 64;
at 2:30 p. m. 82.
Uieycles at llynes.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
llicycles at Wilcher's.
llynes repairs wheels.
For insurance, K. J. IJurna.
Buy a home of Keidy Eros.
Notice Adams low shoe ad.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
See Adams" ad about low shoe.
Spring lamb at 11. Trcmann's Sons'.
Pineapples, 10 cents each, at Passijj
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Fancy strawberries at Harris fc
No place like Adams" for the swell
t hickens, young and old, at 11. Tre
nt an ns Sons.
New novelties in fancy vests at lius
t arson & Hayes.
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Harris & (lauley's.
Ladies' house slippers, 1S cents, at
Battles' s-hoe store.
Plenty of fancy dairy butter ' at
Maueker Kt Tonn's.
Dolly Bros, have received a ship
ment of low shoes.
Dollar silk umbrellas o'. cents Sat
urday at MeCabe's.
Men's kid oxford shoes $1.4$ Sat
urday at MeCabe's.
Corded dimity shirt waists D cents
Saturday at MeCabe's.
Plenty of fresh dressed chickens at
Sweet potatoes, for your Sunday
dinner, at Passig Pros'.
Fresh cut carnations VJ cents a doz
en Saturday at MeCabe's.
Stair oilcloth 3i cents a yard all
lay Saturday at MeCabe's.
Strictly fresh eggs. 15 cents per
dozen, at Maueker & Tonn's.
Men's madras negligee shirts 33
.cents Saturday at 'MeCabe's.
Children's slippers. 75. s.5 and lis
cents, at Patties" shoe store.
A full line of fresh fruits and veg
etables at Maueker A- 'lonn's.
Hoys' outing shoes, leather sole. 05
cuts, at Battles shoe store.
Candy figarettes 10 cents a pound
Saturday alt day a t -M ri 'a hp!:
Bverything in the line of fruits and
vegetables at Harris A liauley's.
While calling at the auction sale
Among the pantaloons in our $1
line are all wool qualities, in cas
simeres, cheviots and worsteds.
don't forget to stop in at Louie's shoe
department and .see his prices.
Children's 22 cent black lace hose
cents Saturday at MeCabe's.
Men's flannel coats and trousers
$0.50 to $15. Sommers fc I.aVclle.
A tine line of dress shirts for men
at IS cents at 'Sommers & I.aYclIe'is.
Tennis shoes, all sizes, large and
small, 4i) cents, at Battles' shoe store.
For tin and furnace work see H. T.
Sienum, 150 Fourth avenue, Union 283.
List your property, buy a home and
insure With us. Goldsmith Xr McKce.
For butter that is fancy and eggs
that are fresh, try Maueker ifcTonn's.
Free dancing at Pipps' hall, Moline,
every Wednesday and Saturday even
ing. Those 75 cent black taffeta silks at
4J cents per yard Saturday at Me
Cabe's. All the new shapes and colors in
sprinjr and summer hats at (iustafson
Summer weight underwear, all col
ors. 50 cents per garment. Sommers
A .reception and prcgram is to Ik
given at the Y. M. C. A. this evening
by the members.
Kayser's white and black silk gloves,
also white suede lisle gloves, just re
ceived at MeCabe's.
If you wish a nice business suit,
don't overlook our $10 men's suits.
Sommers A- LaYelle.
The (I. & H. specials are far the best
fitting and best made clothing in the
three cities. Sold onlv at (lustafson
Charles Miller, express, transfer and
piano, mover. Pianos handled with
care. No. HOG Sixth avenue. New
The Viking suits, with double seats
and double knees, for boys. are
"crack-a-jacks." old only at Gustaf
son A Hayes'.
The greatest ami best selection of
underwear ami negligee shirts ever
shown in the town. Consult us before
buying. The London.
Ueady trimmed street hals, includ
ing black, white, brown and navy, 2
cents" ii ml 4S cents, tomorrow at
Brandenburg millinery store.
I'ants. pants, who's got the pants'.'
They are yours for Vo cents. $t.xo,
$.S0 and $3. SO. Greatest of all values.
You know us. The London.
Louie's shoe department will be
found at 3:i! Twentieth street during
Hrookman's sale. Hemember. Louie
is not going out of business, but is
just, starting in.
Travel over the Kek Island bridge
yesterday was as follows: Foot,
south, '1.41; north. 1.155. Teams,
sotilh, djj ; north, till. Street cars,
south. 155; north, 15.
In this sale we are not going to go
back on the boy s. Plenty of hoy.-,
pants on the 00 cent and $l.so l;ibles.
Hring them in and we will tit them.
You4iiow tis. The london.
Pants by the thousands at the big
1 11 i i i i i i i i in! i jf&Se
It Is an easy matter to sell lYIen's Trousers "for TOc or even
SOc, but it requires courage to sell sucli qualities as we
have placed on sale at ONE DOLLAR.
not claim any particular glory for the trousers in our 70c line, they
we, therefore do not advertise them as a Bargain, but the
store at 00 cents, $1.S0, $2.80 and $3.M.
Bead our ad on page six. it will tell
you all about it. The London.
The Misses Hilma Carlson and Ida
Olson will give a graduating recital
at the Angustana college chapel to
morrow evening. The exercises are.
public and friends will be welcome.
The Turner ladies will give, an ice
cream social Saturday afternoon at
Turner hall. Third avenue and Six
teenth street, followed by a dance in
the evening. Admission, 15 cents.
Hats that have been selling for
$1.50, $ and $-'.25, divided into two
lots of 25 cents, anil 4S cents. They
won't last long, so call early tomor
row. Brandenburg millinery store.
The bridge committees of Hock Isl
and and Whiteside counties met this
afternoon to open the bids for the
bridge across Bock rier near Hills
dale and to let the contract for the
Pants worth up to $2.50 for 00 cents,
pants worth up to $3.50 for $1. SO, pants
worth up to $1.50 for $2.so. pants
worth up to $0 for $3. so. Select your
pants and pay the man. You know
us. The London.
The Island City Gun club held a
shoot, the first of the season, near
Ninth street yesterday afternoon, the
match being one for 2 birds. Frank
Donnelly, manager of the local ball
team, was the winner, making a score
of 23 out of '2T.
The case of l'ra Z,i miner vs. .lohn
Kreuzfeldt, tried before . I ust ice Sch ri
ver on a change of venue from Jus
tice Mcl'arlane's court, was dismiss
ed today. The case was assault ami
battery. Kreuzfeldt. having struck a
child of the other man's.
Invitations have been issued to the
wedding of Miss Mabel Laura Ohl
weiler to Carl John Tlioeming. The
ceremony will take place at the home
of the parents of the bride. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob ( (hlweiler, 101$ Third ave
nue, next Wednesday ecning, June 3.
There is character in everything,
and our products have that jaunty
and perfect air that is so pleasing in
the well-dressed woman. Our skirts
and shirt, waists are perfect in make
and faultless in tit. Pock Island Skirt
A Shirt Waist company. Opposite
post ollice. Second avenue.
On account of yesterday's rain the
exhibition of original drawings by
Chicago press artists at the Harper
was continued today to permit those
those who were prevented from at
tending by the weather to do so t
lay. The exhibit will close at " p.
m. and the transfer t-o the Kimball
house ip Davenport will then be
The organizations that will partici
pate in the memorial services at the
First Methodist church next Sunday
are: .udiu lliifonl post, G. A. II.; Shi
lnh post. . V. I .: II. C. Cleaveland
camp, Soiim of Veteran-; Sil.-uiev I'.ay
camp. Spanish-American- War Veter
ans; Company A. 0th Illinois; Second
division. '2nd -hip's crew. X. M. I.; the
V. U. C. W. V. II. P., Ladies' Aid so
ciety and Ladies" of tin- G. A. II. The
fX3 D )
$1.00, $1.90, $2.90
topic of the pastor, Bev. B. B. Wil
liams, will be "The Price of Blood."
Services will begin at 10:45 a. m.
YOUNG & M'COMBS
Daily Store News, Saturday. May Z:i
Chic creations in summer millinery
conceptions of our own gifted de
signers. The workmanship of our millinery
artists is too well known to need any
comment, sufficient to say that Sat
urday's offering represents the choic
est creations we have, produced this
season. Every hat possesses a charm
peculiar to itself. They will win the
unqualified approval of visitors Sat
urday. Come, if only for a style sug
gestion. 250 trimmed hats, summer styles,
for ladies and misses; wc believe the
finest collection offered at a 'special
price. Ihis season; chiffon hats trim
med with lace ami llowers, summer
hats with smart trimmings, colors
white, blue, black and white and sum
mer colors; your choice, $3.08.
75 chiffon hats, new and becoming
shapes, niched tucks, folds, etc.; very
soft effects, splendid quality of chif
fon and superior workmanship; col
ors black, white or cream; Saturday
J I'W FLU Y DhT'ABTM F.NT.
Appropriate wedding presents in
genuine Kogers silver plated ware.
Rogers' medium knives ami forks,
special, per set. Saturday, $2.0S.
Kogers' tipped table spoons, special,
per set, $1.(50.
Kogers' tipped and fancy tea spoons,
per set, Saturday, $0c.
Kogers' berry simioiiss special, OSe.
Kogers' cream ladle, gold lined, Sat
urday special, 0$c.
K gers' butter knife and sugar
shell, Saturday, per set, 70c.
20 dozen wrappers, with square
yoke, trimmed with wash braid, lined
waist, 11-inch flounce on bottom anl
edging, fast colors, big value at OSe,
our Snturdav price, 70c
PA i NTS AND OILS.
We carry a large stock of Heath A'
Milligan mixed paints and colors of
all kinds in oil and dry.
l'.est boiled linseed oil, per gallon,
Screen door paint, per can, 10c.
Wall paper cleaner, per can. 10c.
No. 1 furniture varnish, per can, 10c.
Large assortment of varnishes,
paints, oils, brushes, at lowest prices.
Ladies silk Monte Carlo, large cape
collar, trimmed with hire or stitching,
fancy Mole front, puff or komona
.-leeve. two different styles! to select
from; worth $5.0; Saturday special,
Two-burner gasoline stove, with
brass burner, which wc guarantee;
best quality; Saturday special price,
A full line of self-generators up to
Why pay agents Trom $40 to $.". for
a sewing machine where w e can sell
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you one just as good and better for
less than half? .
Defiance, 5-drnwer, drop head sew
ing machine, Saturday special, $0.05.
New Hoy-til drop head sewing ma
Our best 5-drawcr, drop head, ball
bearing, swell front, with nickel plat
ed attachments, nothing better on the
market, Saturday price, $24.05.
SCKEEN DOOBS AND WINDOWS.
Screen doors, 0-$x2xH, 05c.
Screen doors, ('.-10x2-10, 05c.
Screen windows, Saturday special,
Chicken wire, by the roll, c per
sepia re. foot.
Screen wire, by the roll, 1 :-Se per
4-ball croquet sets, Saturday spe
('.-ball croquet sets, Saturday spe
h-hall croquet sets. Sat unlay spe
Hammocks, from 10c up to $5.
Chair seats, each, 5c
Picnic plates, per dozen, 5c.
Sprclalu for Saturday.
Corded dimity shirt waists, 20c.
Special $1.25 black petticoats, 75c.
Candied figarettes, per lb.. 10c.
Fresh cut carnations, per doz., 10c.
Stair oilcloth, per yd., 3'.c.
Solid oak plate racks, 50c.
Dollar silk umbrellas. 00c.
Children's 22e luce hose, 1:1
Men's $2 kid oxfords, $1.4. '
Ladies' kid slippers, :!0c.
Mill cutis lonsdale cambric, yd., O'.c
25c towels, 3 for 50c.
75c black taffeta silks. 40c g
Mill ends dress ginghams, yd., 5c.
25c Tuxedo net veiling, 10c.
Men's madras negligee shirts, 33c.
Ladies 25c knit drawers, 10c.
Music in the cvenintr.
SPECIAL AT THE LEADER.
Saturday all Day and Kveuliie.
Child's, misses and youths" black
canvas athletic oxfords, sizes $ to 2,
worth up to 05c. Saturday dy 25c.
New quarters. 1705 Second avenue.
Joseph Pomiuvillc. of Stillwater,
linn., after having spent over $2,000
with the best, doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief, was advised
by his druggist. Alex. Kichard. to try
a box of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a
well man today. If troubled with in
digestion, bad taste in the mouth,
lack of appetite or constipation, give
these tablets a trial, and you are ecr
lain to be more than pleased nith the
result. For sale at 25c a box at all
When you want a pleasant physic
1 ry Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. For sale by all
Su !.- ribe for The Argu
Boys' and Girls'
Oxfords and Slippers
1721 Second Avenue
Will find it to their
us, it comparison will
lowest considering quality of goods.
Betvutiful Premiums Free.
viand S. flour, per sack 1.05
Woodmen's Choice, per sack.. .'.'S
Rye Hour, per sack '.'.C
Rye meal, per sack
lira ham flour, per sack 19
Corn meal, per sack 15
Granulated sugar, 20 lbs. for.. 1.00
santa Clans soap, S bars for.. ."5
"wift's Pride soap. S bars for. ."5
Rock Island soap. It bars for. .'J5
We do not solicit orders from house t- house, but will install a
kitchen telephone for persons desiring m give us a share of their J
MAUCKER. (Sl TONN.
Cash Grocers, Cor. Seventeenth St. S, Fourth Ave
Old Phone, West 1304. New Phone 5189.
They are beautifully trimmed, per
fect fitting, made by union tailors
and bear the union label.
are good values,
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WE SHOW THrS SEASON
A YE BY LARGE VARIETY
OF YOUNG PEOPLE'S LOW
CUTS OXFORDS AND
SLIPPERS MADE IN REG
ULAR LEATHERS ALSO
BAREFOOT SANDALS FOR
CHILDREN ARE NEW AND
SENSIBLE AT SAME TIME.
interest to "buy groceries of t
sliow our prices to be tlie
Tomatoes, per can
Corn. 2 cans for
Yeast foam, per pkg
Holland herring, per pkg
alt herring, per do.. 4.
P.onesless codfish, 2 lbs
Rolled Oats, S lbs. for
Rolled Avena, 3 pkgs. for
Quart jar sorghum, each
Piccalilli, reg. 10c, for
Dill pickles, per gallon
Large sour pickles, per gallon.