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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1004.
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Trmpcralurr nt 7 a. m. 42; at
2:30 . in., 62.
Who's your tailor?
Who's your tailor?
Who's your tailor?
Lace-Waters for shoes.
Call for the new Kinship.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Spring lamb at Schroder's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Shoes that wear. Lage-Waters.
Spencer & Trefz for 'ous or express.
Dr. Reed's cushion shoes. Dolly Bros.
Boy's school shoes a Lage-Waters'.
Nicely dressed chickens ar Harris'.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb'a.
Fresh lmik oysters at Passig Bros'.
rilenieyer & Sterling.
I'lleniev'. r Stirling's overcoats.
I'lleineyer S iling's overcoats
For fine dress kIkk.-s to to Lage-Wat-ers.
All ahoes soM by Iige-Wafers will
For real estate and insurance, K. J
Sweet api!:s and quinces at Passig
Dtmlap hats, toft and stilT. The
Passig Bros, at ill have fancy basket
Best i'l shoe in Rock Island at Lage
Wafers'. Fresh oysters and celery at Harris'
Dressed spring and old chickens at
Very fancy fresh bulk shrimp at
Attend the souvenir sale at Youiik
Choice Duchess pears for canning at
Bulk and canned oysters and celery
at Hess Bros'.
Lage-Vaters Shoe company, 17":;
Min's heavy wool trousers, $1.7.").
Summers & I.aVelle.
Boys long pants, special value, $1. :".
Sonimers & LaVelle.
California Tokay grapes 1" cents a
pound at I'assig Bros.
White football sweaters for boys at
L'llenieyer & Sterling's.
The report from the St. Anthony's
hospital today is that S. V. Deems
condition has greatly improved, though
he is still in a s( miconscions state.
Three shield bows for 25 cents, the
15-cent kind, at the London.
Ullemeyer & Sterling's overcoats
and suits are the best made.
Michigan peaches, Tokay grapes and
sweet apples at Hes3 Bros.
Closing out entire shoe stock at
Finne's, 1G10 Second avenue.
Wear Stein-Bloch company suits and
overcoats. Sonimers & LaVelle.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen, 1314 Third avenue.
Fresh oysters and fancy celery at
H. Tremann's Sons' tomorrow.
Tomorrow you will find great bar
gains in shoes at Lage-Waters'.
Fall styles of men's shirts, stiff and
soft bosoms. Sommers & LaVelle.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
r.ransfer. Old 'phone 1070. new ZSS4.
W. H. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 574C.
Fresh dressed spring and old chick
ens at 11. Tremann's Sons' tomorrow.
A nice display of fresh fruits and
vegetables at Passig Bros', tomorrow.
A nobby line of little fellows' suits
and overcoats. Sommers & LaVelle.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing. New
Panitorium Club, 1909 Second avenue.
Finne's shoe store is five doors east
of the Illinois theatre. Rock Island, 111
Stet.son and other high grad makes
of hats shown at Gustafson & Haves'.
Rural New Yorker potatoes, choicest
cookers, any quantity at Kuschmann's.
The only place to get good shoes for
little money is at Finne's closing out
Children's suits and overcoats, new
fall line now shown at Gustafson &
Now is the time to get your chil
dren's shoesi you get them at cost at
Souvenir cards for the ladies at
Heal & McCarthy's, Illinois theatre
Remember Passig Bros, will have a
nice di.-play of cheese and sausage fur
Dressed spring chickens, spring
ducks, an old chickens at Hess Bros',
Fancy cauliflower, head and leaf
lettuce, wax, green and lima beans at
Call and sec the line of ladies' but
ton shoes at I. age-Waters', 17u:: Sec
Top coats, worth $12 to $H;
all this fall's coats. You know us.
Prescriptions filled day or night.
Charles I'ilenieyer, druggist, o'H Six
Boys' knee trousers, they are great
f r wear. P cents and o' cents. Som
mcis A: I.aVelle.
Miss Nellie Scully and Mrs. George
Schmidt have ri turned from a ten
ING SATURDAY, OCT.
8. SOUVENIR CARDS
FORMAL FALL OPEN
ING SATURDAY, OCT.
8. SOUVENIR CARDS
To f he fact that we are selling your Best Dress
ers our tailor-made suits and overcoats at $20
and $25. Remember there are
"JWone "Better9" Made
and none made to fit better. No matter
W h o 9 s our Tailor
or whether you buy ready made Clothes or not
we can save you money, give you fit and work
manship, and gviarantee yovi Satisfaction. Can
you ask more ?
EAL . McCAEUTH
Old 'Phone 716 Lr.
days sojourn at St. Ixjuis where they
attended the fair and saw the Veiled
Novelty overcoats for children at the
big blur- front. Of course, the prices
are right. The London.
Claude Arnold has taken a position
as roundhouse foreman at the Natick
yards of the Rock Island.
Children's find kid shoes, sizes 5 to
8. juice for Saturday, 59 cents.
Lage-Waters Shoe company.
Watershed, two in otfc a fall over
coat and rain coat. Have you seen
them? l'llenieyer & Sterling.
You ought to carry a cane. Special
prices to introduce them, one-third off
the regular price. The London.
Ascot s and puffs are the proper style
f.ir this fall. We have plenty of them;
price only 30 cento. The Imdon.
We clean and press your clothes
with care. Beal & McCarthy. Illinois
theatre building. Old 'phone 710 L.
Now is the time to do your fall trad
ing at Young & McCombs' as they
give better bargains and better sou
venirs to every customer and dom't
forget the beautiful mahogany piano.
Some customer will get it sure, why
no t you?
You may get the hot blast stove
which David Don gives away this
month. Get a ticket for the asking.
We are doing the business because
we are making the stylish fitting cloth
es. Beal fc McCarthy, Illinois theatre
Whiling away a minute or two? Use
it with us in learning about Stein
Bloeh company clothes. Sommers &
Before you go under the tape line,
let us show you the best make of cloth
ing Stein-Bloch company's. Sommers
More and better things on Saturday
at McCabe's than any previous day.
Souvenirs with purchase of r0 cents
Shirts, underwear, bath robes, smok
ing jackets, and fancy vests made to
order. Beal & McCarthy, Illinois thea
One hundred bushels of peaches at
$1. also plenty of pears for canning
from $1 to $1.25 per bushel, at Rach
man's. 700 Twelfth street.
McCabe's store will be packed on
Saturday from S a. m. until !::' p. m.
Beautiful souvenirs with all purchas
ers of 30 cents and over.
Sweater season is here. Our assort
ment is greater than ever before and
we always were leaders for good val
ues, l'llenieyer &. Sterling.
For all the new novelties in suits
and overcoats, see what we are show
ing. Prices $15 to $23. The best val
ues ever offered. The Ijondon.
$13 at this store buys suits positively
sold in Rock Island for $18 $' isn't
much, but it's worth saving. We save
you money all along the line. The
Children's suits that are just right
is what you see at ihis store. All tho
latest styles. A pair of roller skates
with each stiit from $2.50 up. The
Don't make the mistake of sf lectin
your fall suit or overcoat until you j
have seen the G. & H. special. They J
have the character and appearance ,
that no other make of clothing has.
This make sold only by Gustafson &
Every day a $35 customer converted
into buying one of our $20 and $25
tailor-made suits. "None better" made
at any price. Beal & McCarthy, Illi
nois theatre building.
We have them. What ? All the new
"Brown" suits in single or double
breasted styles, and the make cannot
be better. We'll be pleased to show
them. Ullemeyer & Sterling.
Exclusive styles and exclusive pat
terns in all the G. & H. special suits
for fall. A try-on will convince you
that there is nothing better shown
Sold only by Gustafson & Hayes".
There are others selling clothing,
but we are the sole agents in this city
for the G. & H. special clothing. The
highest grade suits and overcoats
shown in the city, prices from $1S to
$:. Gustafson & Hayes.
With every purchase of $1 or over,
ou get a beautiful souvenir of your
own selection. The larger the pur
chase, the better the souvenir and in
addition you have a change of getting;
the $:'iio piano, that we will give to
one of our customers. Young & Mc
Combs. In order that our S-lth anniversary
sale may end in the greatest record
breaking business ever known in tho
west, we will, in addition to all tho
other great inducements, give souve
nirs with all purchases of 50 cents and
over during the entire day Saturday.
Store open until 9: M0 p. m.
A big lot of souvenirs were delayed
in arriving at McCabe's until Thurs
day. They have all been promptly
arranged for distribution, and Satur
day will be the greatest day in the
scattering of useful presents ever
known in the history of Rock Island.
Souvenirs win be given all day Sat
urday with nil purchases of 50 cents
It brings to the little ones thr.t price
less fdf of healthy llesh, solid bone
nrt muscle. That':; what Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea does. Best baby
medicine on earth. 35 cents, tea or
tablets. T. H. Thomas' phnrmacy.
Are Better Prepared Than Ever to Show You the New Styles in Men's and Boy's Suits, Hats,
Underwear and Furnishings.
Yovir next move shojld
be M. CEJL K-ward. Their
new fall styles are positive winners.
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DON'T allow the choicest
things to slip away from
you. The top notch of ex
cellence and elegance i s
woven and sewn into our
new Fall Suits and Ch ercoats
Splendid all-wool Business
S7.50 to 12.50.
S15 to $25.
$8.50 to $16.50.
L'Aielon Rain Coats
$10 to $22.
Swell Overcott-?. long, medi
um and full box
$10 to $28.
We would like to place you
inside of one of our smart
Suits or Overcoats, crown
you with one of our Fall Hats,
encircle you with one of our
elegant new ties and then
lead you to the mirror--that's
Positively the BEST line
in the three cities is being
displayed here. Quality con
sidered - price guaranteed
LOWER, than elsewhere.
A GREAT LINE OF ALL WOOL
SCHOOL SUITS AT
A CRACK-A-JACK LINE OF FINE
SILK MIXED CASSIMERES,
$5.00 VALUES, AT
PERFECT BEAUTIES IN CHIL
DREN'S NOVELTIES AT
SINGLE AND DOUBLE-BREAOTED
BOYS' SUITS LONG TROUSERS.
SIZES 14 TO 20, RANGING IN PRICE
$5 to $22
Footballs with $5 Suits. A
Cap with $2.05 Suits. A
Souvenir Cup with $1.95
Now is the time for
In wool, merirvo or
cotton ribbed from
25c to $1.50
We are showing a splendid
line of the celebrated Norfolk
and New Brunswick Under
wear, in short and stouts and
long from $1 00 to $4 00.
THERE ARE SO MANY SWELL
STYLES IN SOFT HATS THESE
DAYS THAT IT IS A SORT OF A
"GO-AS YOU PLEASE" AFFAIR
HOWEVER, WE ARE SHOWING
WHATEVER IS NEW AND RICHT
IN SUCH CELEBRATED MAKES AS
STETSON, SCHOBLE AND IMPER
IAL. $1.00, $1.50
$2.00 to $4.00.