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THE ABGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1904
Fair tonljrht and Satur
day; moderate temperature.
J. il. SHEKIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 31;
at 2:30 p. ni. 30.
In the dream of existence.
Should you take a searching look.
You will find Ili- lending lady
Verv often is. the cook.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Clearing sale at Lloyd's.
For insurance, K. J. I'urns.
Buy a home of IJeidy liros.
Dressed raidits at Mess ISros.
Tri-City Towel Suppiy company.
Plenty of rabi.its at I'assig I'.ros.
For bus, baggage. expr ess. call IJobb's.
Kflin-inlicr theclearir.gsaleat Lloyd's.
Purchase our rubbers at Dolly
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Fancy Michiiraii celery at Harris &
Dressed chickens and turkeys at
Harris v .aidey "s.
Hoy.- :o-ceiit rubbers ::'' cents Sat
urday at Met 'a he's.
(ioi .! unci oranges. .1 cents a doz
en, at I'assig I'.ros.
Fancy navel oranges, 50 cents per Oberlin. Ohio, at V. M. . A. hall to
onions, watercress, tomatoes, head
lettuce and spinach at Hess Bros, to
The IJock Island bartenders had a
masquerade at Turner hall last even
ing. 'Il;e attendance was large. B'eu
er's orchestra s.pieled.
Dr. I. F. Purdue, 1726':, Second ave
nue. Old 'phone at office, both "phones
at residence. Hours. 0 to 12 a. m., and
2 to 5 ami 7 to 3 p. ni
Do not bewail your poverty. Hear
Col. Henrv Watterson Jan. 14 tell of
the things that too often result from
the possession of great wealth.
Seat sale for Col. Henry Watter
son's lecture at the Illinois on So
cietv" .Fan. 14 begins Tuesdav morn
ing. .Jan. 12. at the Illinois smoker
A popular illustrate:! lecture on vol
canoes at V. M. C. A. hall tomorrow
night by Lyman Decher Sperry. M. D..
of Oberlin. Ohio. F.enefit of V. M. C.
The stockman who was killed in t he
wreck on the Hurlington at Savanna
Wednesday night has been identified
as .ugust iiirsciiiierirer. or I resco.
Col. Henry Watterson knows the
facts, and he is not afraid to tell them.
He will be at the Illinois theatre .Ta'i.
14. under the auspices of the Tri-City
For Saturday only, choice of any
tiff bosom colored shirt in the house
for $1.0."; shirts worth up to $2. .10 in
the lot. Full line of Ma nhat tan shirts.
C. C. Trent, formerly manager of
the Leader shoe store, has made ar
rangements to remain with the Iage-
W.-'.ters Shoe company, who have pur
chased the stock.
I.vmaii Deechcr Sperrv, M. D., of
f rr I V
K1 7 Jit LA
S W W 2S W W VL W W U MZJibtiP
i-t 9 a.
Greatest Skoe Sal
m. wtii commence the
e Ever Known to R.ock Island
Ilanan V Son shoes for men, in iei
kid. eIour calf and 'patent leathers;
this elegant shoe. :it
Have purchased the Leader
stock at their own figure and are de
termined to close out this large stock
of shoes within
pee k, at I'assig Pros.
Fresh dressed tuikcvs and chickens
at II. Treinann's Sons.
I'.rokeu mived candy 7 cents a pound
Saturday at McCabe's.
One-fourth, one-third and one-half
clearing sale at Lloyd's.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks
and geese at Hess Pros.
Oct in line, get some good goods.
Clearing sale at Lloyd's.
morrow at p. m. "Aetna and Vesu
vius. Their lieauties and Terrors." Ad
mission 1.1 and 2.1 cents.
The will of the late Nils Swaiisoii,
of Moliue. the terms of which provide
for the distribute n of the property
among the widow and children, was
admitted to probate in the county
court t day.
William Wi'liams and Mis Mii.ni"
V.. Oailaud. both of Warner. 111., were
married here Ye nesdav afternoon.
2.1 per cent reduction on all vcr-j the ceremony taking place Ml tin- par
coats. Soiumcrs A- LaYelle. sonage of the First Baptist church.
Suits vv rth from $12 to $1.1 now ; Kev. H. . Heed, the pastor, othcia-
!?'..''. at O Us t:;f son A Hayes".
7.1-eenl men's stilf bo-om shirts. ::s
(cuts. Somincrs A- l.aVclle.
Ladies' 2-clasp cashmere gloves
cuts Saturday at McCabe's.
Fresh dressed turkeys, geese, ducks
and chickens at Schroeder's.
Fill ert ami pecan nuts 10 cents a
pound Saturday at McCabe's.
Fancy t'aniielet te waistings -1 cents
a vard Saturdav at McCabe.-.
.lacob Ooldtlain. the tailor, is being
1 1 ied ft r maintaining an alleged nui
sance on the premises in 1 he rear of
his home on eighteenth street, be
tween Second and Third avenues,
where, it is charged, he has been depositing-
Frank Millstone has been appointed
messenger at Mitchell iV L nde's bank,
succeeding to the vacancy caused by
the promotion of Pen Mitchell to the
It will pay you to attend this sale for
never ag&in in the history of R.ock Island will good shoes be sold so cheap. S
At this sescle ladies' high priced shoes will sell 98c, 79c a.nd 50c a paLir.
All kinds of coal for sale at tin- cashieishtp of the Fast Moliue Stntt'
IJock Island Lumber company.
M'ns trousers, some tine all wool
grades. $. Somincrs V LaN'cI'c
Oraham's pu.ie party. IJock Island
Industrial hall. Monday, dan. 11.
Men's and boys heavy 4.1-cent work
shirts cents Saturday at McCabe's.
The I.. P.. Sperry lecture tomorrow
Savings bank, scon to be opened for
business in the suburb at the east of
ll's wonderful how ipiiek the public
take advantage of our special sales.
The people know it's no humbug. It's
llie real thing: 2" percent discount otT
of all men's, bovs' and children's
nits, overcoats and pants. Come. You
night. Illustrated with colored views.! i lr r.-j,.,,,;, V(M1
Clearing sale of tvvo-ipiart granite know us. 'I he Loni.'oii.
colTee pots. 21 cents, at Bart let t Pros'. ! , , Lines, t.-aclier of voice and a r
f you want pure kettle rendered tith- singing', wishes to announce to
lea f la r.l. i rdcr a t 1 1 . Ti cma n n's Sons'. I j,;s pupils and those who desire in-
(Jood coal, coal, coal, at Mueller
Lumber company's. Both telephones.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T
Siemon, 1.12' Fourth avenue, union 2s.'!.
plume Spencer V Tref for first
class express, transfer or "bus service.
liic-foiii't h otT from a'l children's
and boys' suits. Summers V l.a'elle.
Oraham's t psy turvy party. Lock
I'land Industrial hall. Monday, .tan
Oraham's upside down party. Pock
Island Industrial hall. Monday. .Fan.
As mm h as to per cent otV on some
of our winter clothing. Oiiiaf-on A
Twciitv per cent otT i n overcoats,
a!! new -1 n tT. nothing old. Oustafsoii
Kemeiiilci. they arc all new over
coats and. ,u per c::t otT at (iust.ifsoii
If y ii aie lo.,k:iig Tor an up-to-!ate
sin e a) a reilnced price, lead Fin lie's
;:d n rv- sj.
4 In-i.c t eating aiul cm king apples,
any ipia'ititv. i i k. bu-!ud or barrel.
;.! K ii-el: ma mi's.
Pi ik U a ;crli ins. leaf lard, spare
ril.s. pork li iiiiuiegs anl neck bune
at II. Tremaun's Sons'.
Twcntv pi-r cent disc. .nut T the
regiilar pi ice of hi! ' i i " suits. You
know us. TI 1- Lor : n.
M.tt M.-iitg'Mferv . of M.'lii.i-. was
lined S : In tie ! a I police court yes
terday for 1. 1 ii ii keiiness .
Price is sawed one fourth otT on
oveic. at . boy-." an: y.i:i;g men's
suits. S mun is ,y Ii !'.
All t. i'et ;:rlie:, s at half price Sat
urday evening fn m T 1 o'tdock at
the Chicago Department st,,re.
If yon lik' Mrs. Antin" famous
buckwheat llonr. wot-'t y i: k'.i.dly tell
your friends how de'ici..iis it is?
Now is the lime to buy y. ur over
'at: 2i H-r cent otT of the regular
price. This is a bargain. The Loudon.
Mrs. Austin's buckwheat is the reaT
thing gives you genuine old buck
wheat tlavor. Be sure ar.d get the
Twenty per i i in off of the price of
men's. Leys' jmd chi'drcit's pants at
the L r.do?i.
If you are after fpiality. get your
next trunk or suit case at the Trunk
Factory. 2-0 Brady street. Davenport.
Kgg plaut. endive, new beets, new
structioii in voice culture either for
singing or teaching, they may find him
at his studio in the Broadway Presby
terian church Thursday. Friday and
Saturday of each week after .Fan. ('.
Bev. F. C. MeKcan spoke at the
Broadway Presbyterian church
evening on "Prayer. giv ing a most in
stinctive ami helpful sermon. .1. .1.
Lines, assisted by the chorus choir,
sang a solo. This evening Mr. Mr
Kean's. subject vvi!I be "The Christian
Soldier." There is to be no meeting
The ban I concert at the Triangle
skating rink last evening attracted
many tri-city people. The Moliue Light
Onard band was stationed in one cor
ner of the enclosure and discoursed
music curing the evening. Although
the warm temperature of y terday
softened tin- ice and made the skating
poor, it did not seem to spoil the
pleasure of the or. v.d.
Wedner-dnv evening, at the home of
Think of it. ladies" kid shoes, all sizes.
and warranted all solid, selling
Ladies' shoes that actually sold for
$2 and -oO, selling " 7Qq
In this stock we have about o.6 pairs
of ladies" line kid and patent leather
shoes, all sizes and widths these
shoes always sold for "?2.o0
and sf .'I, our price
Ladies' line hand turn and welt sole
shoes, tine kid and patent eolts these
shoes are mostly all stamped on sole
r0. It makes little difference to
us what former price was. n Qr
We will sell them for
Ladies" tine vclour calf shoes, just the
thing for winter or spring wear, for
skating or for school, these shoes al
ways sold for 's2,j0. our
Ladies" welt sole, palent leather tip.
lace or button, new styles and war
ranted, ihe-e shoes sold for s:; and
'::..o. our closing Qr
W. L. Douglas tine shoes for men. i:i
all styles of leathers, and sold for
and .f::..")'); at this
W. L. Douglas $4 shoes, for
Men's heavy calf skin shoes, in con
gress or lace, plain or lip. Leader
price :'."H. our m o
Men's satin calf shoes, all solid, war
ranted to give satisfaction. Leader
price .l."iil and 1.7-". cio.-in-'- OC
for this dosing
fine vclour and patent colt
all sie. regular "U shoe.
fwv 5 s ' tsvii.N p.
all solid. Leader
Men'.- Working :
price $..-.n. our
Boys' shoes, s,, n i,v ,,,, Leader for
'"'" cur n
Noiiths' slices, sold bv the Leader
for .SI. 2.1 and :!.". our
Lit tie gents' shoes. soNI by the l.eaiicr
lor i ..-. our closing
Misses" shoes. ox -alf and kid.
Leader price .t-l.. II. our
Men's, women's anil children's velvet
slippers, idosiug sale
Ladies" rubbers, best ipialitv.
ail sies, onlv
Boys" palent leather shoes, bliicher
cut ami kid top. sold bv Leader for
Children's shoes. n calf and kill,
si.cs si., to p.'. I.ctider price $1.2."..
Women's felt slippers
Men's buckle overshoes. such as
Wale:. Oooilyear. l andee and B.stou
makes. Leader price $l."',.
c! ising price
Wfi wish to imnrftss unnn vnur min rl l: : w i i f
' " 1 jr mAv U1UI tlliO AO CX CIIUIIIU uiusing OUI
sxle of 73he Leader stock, for it is ovir intention not to move one dollar's
wortK of goods from this room. We want to have this stock closed out and
Sf T-c vc?K ri"v fn nnftn nn rrxiv tiAuir cfnrn r 41. 171- a i rr t
R.EMEMBER. THE DATE OF OPENING, SATURDAY A. M .JAN. 9. 9
THE LEADER SHOE STORE.
C. C. Trent, former manager of this store will remain with is.
I'oimcl h Cur for liKlicnt Ion.
I i.sed Chamberlain's Stomach ami
the bride's sister. Mrs. l-'rank Seeg
'.i!(l Seventh avenue, was eeleliniteil ; Ditl tuu Ailrii'l lli- Itlr .litoiiarr CW-wrli k ; l.iver Tablets for i ud ig .-s t i. in and find
the mririiaee of l-'rank O. Tod. I audi sl U'.ili I lie Crow .1 !t!iat they suit my case better than
Vi-s i; ;irh Cott n. Loth fortuet ly of
(i.iiden City. id. The cereim nv was
p- I f. fined 1 Kev. II. W. I'eed. pator
of the l-'irst Baptist ciiiirch. Mr. Tn-'d
and his bride will make thi ir home in
tt von did in.:, you are 1 he Ihv r. j :. n y i!yspcp-ia remedy I have ever
, j ,, i . ,.i ,,r three t,i,',:- ' l-ave used ma ii v different
I t imes c.ni !:st r.ite- In it t Lev ;i '
-i.iTe the big I -.i rg a i I . s.
j reinciiie-. I am nearly ! years of
jane and have suffered a great deal
'from indigc-tion. I can cat almost
Bock Island, where he is ciiipl -ycd at " ' sli. uelut tl.ey. v. lien Ho
lds trade as barber. jgain- are like this?
There have been largelv atti-n ied
meetings thus far during the week . t
prayer at the I'irsi Methodist church.
Kev. II. B. Wii'ianis. the paster, being
a-sj-ted in the services by 1 r f. and
Mrs. I.. C. );'iighi-rt.v. S. S. KclilbLe.
Mis. W. A. l.ovtt. Miss Harriet Hen
derson and other members of the con
gregation. This evening the services
are to be in charge of Kev. .1. Welling
ton I"rie:e. the presiding elder.
A nice lunch will be served at .Toe ' vv
1'arkcr's tomorrow night.
Hoffmann, tlie German physicist, ar
rivcvl in Glasgow late one Saturday
Two shirt waists f..r ..m- price we
e I v II lie and give you one. up to
t!. - a me v a ' ue.
:: ; 1-:: per i cut off on :!! leather
g i . ' .
'ji per cent oisconi.t on crockery.
( ill glass and .jewelry at 1-. 'ess.
( I. aks and suits s, i, regardless f
v a I '" .
Millinery at just half price.
New fresh candy at l"e per ii.
If you don't want to buy. conic an.;
sec the crowns of ihe riders of the
I it st not I. ing.
YOl'NO A M C-i.MBS.
anything I want to now ."" Ocorge W.
llinoty. IJock Mills. Ala. For sale by
When bilious try a dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and l.iver Tablets and!
reaiie fr once how piiekly a first-1
class, up-to-date medicine will correct
(the di-order. 1'or sale by all drug-
All the news all the time ; The
A Life t Stake.
If you but knew the s plendi.l merit
of Folev's Ilonev and Tar vou would
nisht ami on Sunday morning: went tOilt.4t.r i. without it. A lose or two
call on Lord Kelvin. twill prevent an attack of pneumonia
The doorlcll was answered I.y a wo- L,r j.i grippe. It mav save vour life.
man servant, whom Hoffmann asked i druggists.
if Sir William was at home.
The servant answered, "Sir, he most
certainly in not.
Hoffmann then asked. "Could you tell
me where 1 could find him?"
"Sir," she answered, "yon will find
him at church, where you ought to be!"
"I he national association of leautv
seekers will never acknowledge that
any Wauty ills ;tre incurable as loiiij
as they have Uocky Mountain Tea.
Sensible women. 35 cents. T. H.
Charles E. Hodgson,
A. T THE, II.LIJVOIS
TIUR. f"DAy EVEStltG. JAfi. 14. USfDEH AUSPICES
Tri-City Tres Club.
"Presenting His Famous Lecture
TkT HP Xv
Newark, N. J. 1
New York i
Chicaso. III. j
..New Haven. Conn
American Tr.s. Co.
Traders Ins. Co. .
Union Ir.s. Co.
Rockfor.l Ins. Co.
Securitv Ins. Co. .
Ibs. Co. State of Illinois. IJoekford, III.
Office, room 3, Buford block. Kates
as low as consistent with security.
3 THE EVENT OF THE SEASON. 3
Thn present season, .just closing. Mr. Watterson lias appeared in every part,
of the I'niou from Uoston to Tw Orleans, and with evei-in reasint? vele.ni''
and apphtuse, north and south alike joining m enthusiastic approval.
Prices: 50c. 75c and SI. .Seats on sale Tuesday morning at '.t o'clock at Illi