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.THE 'ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1001.
MRS. J. HERBERT
FOSTER IS DEAD
Old Resident cf Lower End of the
County Passes Away
NATIVE OF ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Leaves Hutband and Four Chitdre
Young Lady Dies in
Mrs. J. Herbert Foster, wife of one
of the most prominent and Influential
citizens of the lower end of Rock Isl
and county, died this morning at her
home at Foster. In Drury township.
She bad b-en a resident of this county
for orer fifty years.
Mrs. Foster, whose maiden name was
Louise Wimble, was born at Roches
ter. X. Y-. Sept. C. IS 10. She was mar
ried to J. Herbert Foster at Rochester
Oct. 25. 1SG1. and the couple soon af
ter came to this county and male their
home in Drury township.
Mrs. Foster Is survived by her hus
band and two sons and two daughters.
George C. of Omaha; Mrs. Rrogan. of
Albia. Iowa, and Fred and Katherine,
M Imm timrr llraaniaa.
Mis fJrace Hiapnian. a resident of
Buffalo Prairie township, died Sat
urday from consumption, interment
taking t.lare yesterday, with funeral
services at Hazel Dell school house.
Deceased leaves parents, a sister and
0. W. STEWART NOW TAKES
TO COURTS FOR VINDICATION
Prohibition National Chairman Asks
$5,000 From W. E. Jackson, an As
sociate of John G. Woolley.
Chicago. Xov. 15. SUrrcd by
charges that he bad misappropriated
campaign funds. Oliver W. Stewart,
chairman of the prohibition national
campaign committee, has begun suit
for $.,"' damages, charging defama
tion, against William K. Johnson. The
defendant is one of the editors associa
ted with John G. WtoIJey. candidate
for president in l?i. in the publica
tion of the New Voice, a party organ.
Attorney W. II. Holly, who repre
sents Stewart, explained that the ac
tion is ba.sed on the assertion that the
newspaper accounts of the trouble
were founded on information given by
Johnson and that the latter furnished
written charges for publication.
Stewart is accused by party leaders
according f the reports, of taking
Sl3.oi0 from the campaign funds ti
build up a Tennessee newspaper devot
ed to the prohibition cause.
FAIRBANKS AT WORLD'S FAIR
Vice President Elect Shown Honors by
St. Iouls. Mo.. Xov. 15. Vice Pres
ident Kleet Fairbanks arrited today
from Indianapolis and was met at the
1'nion Station by President Francis
and a large crowd of people who ex
tended a hearty greeting. After break
fast at the St. Iuis cl;j? Fairbanks
was escorted to the world's fair.
After leaving the club Fairbanks was
driven on an automobile tour through
a portion of th fine residence section
and then proceeded to the exposition,
where an infoimal reception was held
in President Francis's oflice in tlie Ad
ministration building. He stated he
would proceed cast afi r leaving S:.
Iau;s. to witness the Harvard-Yaie
football game lux; Saturday.
I have a long standing engagement
with my boys at the college to run
down ea.t and "e the Yale-Harvard
football game Saturdav." . he said.
"From New Haven I will go to New
York to attend t!ie meeting of the Mc
Kinley Memorial association next
Monday. I shall not le able to be in
St. Ixnii with President Roosevelt."
SHE DEFEND EDWITH A HATPIN
Omaha Young Woman Puts Ruffian to
Flight With One Jab.
Omaha. Neb.. Nov. 15. A stab in the
rye with a hatpin in the hand of Miss
Helen Pickett, an athMic young wo
man, put to flight a niffiain who for
two weeks has terrified women in the
leading residential district here.
"Jack the Hugger." a he ha bern
termed, seized Miss Pickett by the
waist, and before he knew what she
was doing she had used the dangerous
wea; i which she carried in her hair.
The man ran away howling with pain.
has pton to b th R-t thy to ft
b::.oi Celtic Complaints.1
aiwa w w m y y h
At- Richier & (
215 Pearl Street,
SECTION BOSS LOSES MIND
Buffalo Man Suffers From Exposure
During Sunday night. Section Fore-
man Flaherty, of Buffalo, whose health
has not been good of late, escaped
from the bouse where he was sleeping
and wandered to the railway tracks,
where he was later found in almost a
dying condition. Flaherty had jumped
from the second-story window and had
been injured by striking a picket fence
in bis flight. He Is now being cared
for and may recover though the phy
sician fears an attack of pneumonia.
I.age-Waters for shoes.
Call for Improved Zazaro.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Lage-Waters for fine footwear.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Get school shoes at Lage-Waters.
Kerler Bros, renovate mattresses.
Co to Lage-Waters for your shoes.
Spencer ic Trefz for 'bus or express.
For bus. baggage, express, call Robb's.
Freak shoe for comfort. Dolly Bros.
For real estate and insurance. E. J.
Save money buy your shoes at
Child's shoes, sizes 5 to S. 59 cents.
Try iW shoes, for sale only at 1703
Second avenue at number 1703 is
Lage-Waters shoe store.
Ice cream and Ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
W. II. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5746.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 5884.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing. New
Panitorium club. 190 Second avenue.
1703 is the number of Lage-Waters'
shoe store, and it is on Second avenue.
L-W stands for long wear that's
what It means when you buy Lage-
Miss Brandenburg has returned from
Chicago with all the latest ideas in
Mrs. Austin's Pancake Flour enjoys
the largest sale of any similar article.
sk your grocer today.
At 1703 Second ave-nue Is where you
get the best shoes for your money.
Lage-Waters Shoe company.
If you enjoy muffins and raffles, try
Mrs. Austin's Pancake Flour and you
will be delighted with results.
Trinity Guild wiil meet with Mrs.
H. I. Custer tomorrow afternoon at
J:3'j. A full attendance is reoueted.
Have your machinery repaired by
the Rock Island Machine works. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. No. 1921
A full line ef new pure drugs, etc..
at Steiner's Fifth avenue pharmacy.
success or to B. H. Bleber. Prescrip
tions a specialty.
See the free bottle offer Mull's Grape
Tonic, the constipation cure, or send
this notice to Mull's Grape Tonic com
pany. "A" Rock Island. 111., and receive
large bottle absolutely free.
The members of the Rock Island fire
l-partment have arranged to. give a
lancing party Saturday evening. Dec.
!". at the rink on Sixteenth street. The
proceeds are to be applied to the de
partment's sick benefit fund.
I.ouis Schaab. the Rock Island bag
gageman, who was injured in the
wreck in this city last week, is re
ported to be recovering nicely from his
injuries. It was thought at first that
he had been very seriously Injured, as
he was crushed by falling trunks in
the baggage car.
Dr. J. R. Hoilowbush was called to
Warsaw Saturday to attend Mrs. Tru
man Plantz. wife of the head attorney
of the Modern Woodmen, who is
seriously 111. Dr. Hollowbuso
returnee! to Rock Island thl3
morning, but left this afternoon
again having bcn called to Warsaw
:o operate i:ion Phil Dallam, son of
the e l or ef the Warsaw Bulletin.
The Daughters of the Covenant. ef j
the rir.-t Methodist church, met last
evening at the home of Mrs. R. T. I.ee.
CS 15 Kighth avenue. A number of im
portant matters came up for discus
slen. The business meeting was fol
lowed by a hort social s-sslor. and
refreshments were served by hc host
ess. DELEGATES GO TO DUBUQl E
Mayor McConochic Heads Pert At-!
tending River Convention. !
Mayor McConochie. Aid. John O'Cor-!
nor. Capt. George Lamont. and B. F.
Knox, departed this morning to attend
the annual convention of the I'pper
Mississippi River Improvement associa
tion at Dubuque. Capt. I.amont goes in
placeof Aid. Sexton. The association will
take up many matters of Importance,
being chiefly concerned in means to
impress upon congress the urgent need
of a radical policy of improvement of
the Mississippi as a waterway.
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has
cured thousands of cases of piles. "I
bought a box of De Witts Itcn Hazel
Salve on recommendation of our drug
gist." so wriites C. H. ICroix. of Za-j
valla. Tex., "and used it for a stubborn
case of piles. It cured me permanent
ly." Sold by all druggists. j
Great tonic, braces body and brais.
drives all impurities from your system.
Makes you welL Keeps you well. Hoi-
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents.
tea or tablet. T. H. Thomas, pharma
HE TOOK SHOT AT
A- W. Farmer Proved Poor Marksman
and is Now Facing Term Be
hind the Bars.
A. W. Farmer, a resident of Daven
port, was bound over to the grand, jury
this afternoon by Magistrate Johnson
on a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon. The arrest of Farmer was
the result of a fracas In a saloon on
Twenty-first street and Third avenue.
conducted by Jack McPartland. It
seems that Farmer had a grievance
against McPartland. He entered the
saloon last evening, and when he be
came abusive was ordered from the
room. He returned, drew a revolver
and opened fire at McPartland. fortun
ately shooting wide of his mark.
Farmer immediately made haste to
ward Iowa, where he was located this
morning. He made no resistance, and
accompanied Officers Quinn and San
ford. When arrested he did not have
the revolver, but the weapon was lo
cated later near Hovey's saloon. The
revolver was a 32-calibre.
VILLA DE CHANTAL GIRLS
TO PUBLISH A MAGAZINE
Publication to Be Known as the "Villa
Shield" Will Appear
The "Villa Shield" is the name of a
magazine which is to be issued month
ly hereafter by the senior and gradu
ating classes of the Villa de Chantal.
The colors are to be those of the acad
emy, blue and gold, the flower being
the palm, as it sheathed the flower and
represents victory, strength and virtue.
The staff of the publication Is com
posed of: Editor, Eileen O'Hara; as
sistant editor. Mary Simpson; associ
ate editor, Mabel Lardner; news edi
tors, Rubey Harvey and Hattie Lar
kin; personal column. Amey Lardner;
humorous column, Minnie Sieg; mana
ger. Ella Roe; treasurer, Mary Wall;
bookkeepers, Ella Baumbach and Ter
The publication promises to be
bright and entertaining and will no
doubt find a liberal patronage in Rock
Island and elsewhere both in the mat
ter of subscriptions and advertising.
WEDNESDAY'S STORE NEWS
At Young 6. McCombs".
New up-to-date cloaks, in long gar
ments, received daily by express.
One-fourth off the foot of your bill
on the ready-to-wear hats.
Try our special candies at 10c a
25c wool sox for men per pair IZMc
Mennen's or Colgate's 2oc Talcum
Ladles' hemstitched handkerchiefs.
Indies' imported golf gloves. 25c.
One case of mottled 10-4 blankets,
pe r pair 79c.
500 yards worsted and all wood dress
goods, 30 to 51 Inches wide, ranging
in price from GOc to 85c. all on one
table at the uniform price of 50c per
yard, for three days only.
Double warp cheviots. 52 inches
wide in colors, brown, blue, gray, mo
bile, red and black, well worth $1,
some ask $1.25. special price S5c.
SC-inch wide all wool dress patterns,
8 yards to pattern. 15 or 20 patterns
left to close at $3.S4 each.
$1 fancy novelty suiting. 4S inches
wide in a variety of late patterns, all
new and stylish, per yard. 82c.
AUDITOR QUITS IN A HURRY
Vincennes, Ind., Has a Sensation in
Vincennes. Ind.. Nov. 15. The res
ignation of County Auditor James D.
Williams was filed with the county
commissioners this morning. Deputy
John T. Scott, selected by the commis
sioners to succeed Williams, qualified
last night. Mr. Williams refused to
discuss his resignation. He said, how
ever, there v.as no irregularities re
garding his f.nanc-ial affairs, and none
of the pubiic funds is missing.
King's Daughters' Musical.
A musical la t3 be given at the
Harper house parlor the evening of
Nov. 21 by the local circle ef the
King's Daughters. The proceeds will
be applied on tiie fund that is being
raised with which i; Is hoped event
ually to bull! an old ladies" home in
the city. The best talent in the tri
cities will contribute towards the en
tertainment. William Condon Sued for Divorce.
Priscilla Condon, through her at
ney. J. F. Witter, has fild a petition
for a divorce, from William Condon.
The grounds stated in the bill are
drunkenness and cruelty. Condon was
arrested some months ago and convict
ed of assaulting his wife, and this is
set forth in the petition to the circuit
Mothers Praise It.
Mothers everywhere praise One Min
ute Cough Cure for the sufferings It
has relieved and the lives of little ones
it has saved. A certain cure for
coughs, croup and whooping cough.
A. L. Spafford. postmaster, of Chester.
Mich., says: "Our little girl was un
conscious from strangulation during a
sudden and terrible atack of croup.
One Minute Cough Cure quickly re
lieved and cured her. and I cannot
praise It too highly." One Minute
Cough Cure relieves coughs, makes
breathing easy, cuts out phlegm, draws
oat inflammation, and removes every
cause of a cough and rain on the
lungs. Sold by an druggists.
LEAVES HER NEGRO LOVER
Police Asked to Locate White Girl
Have Marriage License.
William Chick, a colored man, has
asked the assistance of the police In a
search for his wife, formerly Miss
Genevieve Johnson, a white girl, who
was several times brought Into local
police circles on account of her infatu
ation with the negro. A week ago a li
cense was issued to the couple by
County Clerk Hubbard, and they have
been living on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, although there Is no official re
turn to show that they have been mar
ried. Now the girl has disappeared.
and Chick claims she ran away with
another colored man. The girl came to
Moline some months ago from New
At the Harper S. C. Pashley, Chi
cago; E. A. Pichard. Peoria; W. G.
Adler. Chicago: T. J. Byrne, IsJhpeming.
Mich.; B. G. Ruedy. Gust Sjoberg. M.
Glick, N. E. Martalk. Chicago; Edwin
T. Geist. Joliet. 111.: A. L. Parks. Gales
burg; Dan B. Hann; F. M. Bireley, Pe
oria: W. E. Larkner. Moline; Joseph
Diefenbach. F. L. Murray. T. R. Kilery,
Chicago; Cyrus Relmer. Detroit; Louis
Greener, Streator; C. H. Koeaitxer,
Chicago; J. W. Blue, Boston; O. F.
Voedisch. Milwaukee; W. S. Frankel,
Fostoria, Ohio; J. C. Dixon; W. S.
Peteman. Decatur; L. P. Browen, Bos
ton; E. D. Miles, Dayton. Ohio; A. N.
Cork. Beloit. Wis.; E. B. Frank. New
York; Fred R. Clark. Peoria; William
Miller and wife, Rockford, 111.; George
Reilly. Danville, 111.; George V. Bar
clay, Pittsburg: W. T. Copeland, Lima,
Ohio; Joseph L. Preasln; W. D. Gor
don, Detroit: A. Block, Cleveland; A.
G. Crouse, Columbus; C. L. Dewey,
New Boston: C. G. Saunders. Council
Bluffs; W. E. Weland, Lincoln, Neb.;
C. H. McNIeder, Mason City; A. J.Con
way. Chicago; C. H. T. Riepsen, Oma
ha. Neb.; F. Norling. ansas City; J. W.
D. Hort, St. Louis; Frank Allen, Marys
ville, Kans.; F. R. Crocker, Chariton.
At the Harms (European) A. Par
sons, Chicago. 111.; C. E. Ritter, Des
Moines; Frank W. Sheehan. Chicago;
P. O. Rogers, Kansas City; R. J. Weel
and, Peoria; J. C. Miller. Kansas City;
C. A. Cramer, Orion; R. J. Hughes,
Chicago; Samuel T. Young, Chicago;
M. E. Harding, Chicago: Frank Yates.
Bloomington; Harry J. Burnside. Mad
ison; T. R, Holmes, Chicago; Will T.
Metzgar, Chicago; Harry G. Wayne,
Chicago; Fred T. Wilson. New York;
G. W. Allen, Burlington; Ben New
house, Chicago; C. B. Bradley, Burling
ton: A. F. Brady, St. Louis; James B.
Smith, Chicago; E. A. Trump, George
W. Ginder, H. A. Ryan, A. Bohn, St.
Louis; John J. Broth, L. S. Patterson,
New York; L. W. Buller. Chicago; F.
C. Read, Philadelphia: Ieonard Vogel,
Theo H. Stark, New York.
At the Rock Island (European) F.
W. Baker, Madison, Wis.; W. F. Nor
ton. J. Nolan, M. Nolal, Chicago; R. W.
White, Kalamazoo, Mich.; C. C. Pence,
J. M. Johnson. E. G. Shields, Chicago;
F. Thornton and wife: A. G. Crane, C.
Wolfe, Chicago; T. W. Powell, Rock
Island; A. R. Stout. Buchanan, Iowa;
O. E. Flangber, New York; F. J. Wil
liams and wife, Princeton; J. R. Mac
Bean. Chicago: H. C. Perry. La Salle.
111.; D. McDonald. La Salle, 111.; W. E.
Smith. La Salle, III.; S. D. Atley. Chi
cago; W. R. Russell. Danville: G. C.
Cress. Chicago; T. E. Van Sant, Kan
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
In County Court.
Nov. 14. In re assignment of Ro k
Island Furniture company. Rcort e.f
sale of book accounts filed and ap
proved. Estate of Emma K. Mager. Claim
of Mary Kennedy allowed in diss 7
In re guardianship of ChIs'If.e Scv
erine Fredericksen. minor. Guardian's
annual report filed and approved.
In re guardianship of Teckla Fred
erickson. minor. Guardian's annual
report filed and approved.
Real Estate Transfers.
Nov. 14. Mattie H. Arp to J. E.
Hardy, outlot J, Ryder & Ri'ad's add.,
Minnie Stoltenberg to H. W. St elk,
lot S. block C. Pitts, Gilbert & Pitt's
First add.. Moline. $1.
Lena Kuhl to H. W. St elk. lot 8,
block 4, Pitts. Gilbert & Pitt's First
add.. Moline, $1.
Emma Krocger to 11. W. Stelk, lot 8,
block 4. Pitts. Gilbert & Pitt's First
add.. Moline. $1.
Horfha Thnmn-inn I r If W 5tllr
lot S, block 4. Pitts. Gilbert & Pitt's
First add.. Moline, $1.
Amelia C. Crabtree to H. W. Stelk.
Tot S. block 4. Pitts. Gilbert & Pitt's
First add.. Moline, $1.
Theresa Rawlins to H. W. Stelk. lot
S. block 4. Pitts. Gilbert & Pitt's First
add., Moline. $1.
Matthias Schnell to Edgar F. Olson,
lots 7. 8 and 14. block 1; lot 8. block
2; lots 4 and 18. block 3; lots 5, 6. 7,
S. 9. 10, 12 and 17, block 4. Schnell's
First add.. Rock Island. $4,000.
John Johnson to Ed W. Browning
part outlot 1, Ryder's & Read's add.,
William E. Sears to Nellie Sears, lot
10. and e 5 feet, lot 11. block 2, C.
Lynde's add.. Rock Island, $1.
J. E. Hardy to John Johnson, part
outlot 1. Ryder & Read's add., Moline,
Weinsheimer is Sentenced.
New York, Nov. 15. Philip Weins
heimer, the former labor leader, con
victed of extortion, was sentenced to
state prison for not less than one
year and eight months nor more than
two years and eight months. j
Thaeksgivieg Lioeo Sale.
q Linens at Reduced
THE BIG BOSTON'S LINEN DIPARTMENT IS FOUNDED AND HAS FLOURISHED ON GOOD SER
VICE. DAINTY SNOW-WHITE FABRICS, THAT ARE ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL IN NOVEMBER WITH
THANKSGIVING AND THE HOLIDAYS AT HAND, ARE IN THIS DEPARTMENT IN PROFUSION. OUR
LINENS COME FROM THE BEST MILLS IN THE WORLD AND ARE CAREFULLY SELECTED BOTH
AS TO QUALITY AND PATTERNS. CAREFUL AND LARGE BUYING EARLY IN THE SEASON MAKER
IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO NOW SELL WAY UNDER PRICE. IT IS A REMARKABLY VALUABLE OP
PORTUNITY TO FURNISH YOUR LINEN CLOSET AND THE LOW PRICES QUOTED WILL CREATE
RAPID SELLING. DONT PUT IT OFF. COME TOMORROW. SELECTIONS WILL BE BETTER.
EXCELLENT LINEN DAMASKS,
200 yards mercerized Damask, pret
ty patterns, CO inches wide, regular
50c damask. Thanks- QQp
giving sale price OJJl
Mercerized Damask, in five hand
some patterns. 72 inches wide,
worth 75c to S5c a yard; Thanks-
150 yards loom bleached 12-ounce
Table Linen; is worth C9c a yard;
125 yards 14-ounce Table Linen,
full two yards wide, regular 89c
grade; sale 77n
price ' C
Regular $1 grade bleached Table
Linen, block design,
The Boys and Girls Are Coming.
Thousands Have Joined the Junior Sales
Talk of enthusiasm! Thousands of boys and girls that came are
coming to join our Junior Sales Force, are bubbling over with it. And
why shouldn't they be enthusiastic? Ninety-one prizes valued at $250
are to go to the hustlers. Come any time, any day, and register get
your badge buttons and cards aad start right in boys and girls who
haven't joined yet. The plan is simple, as stated below:
The Whole Scheme in a Nutshell.
You become our salesman or saleslady by calling at the store, right
after reading this, as a good start in this is like a good start in a race.
Ask for the
"Junior Sales Department,"
Book Section, Balcony, and get your name entered. We will then
give you a nice button, which will bear your number. This is your au
thority to sell on our behalf. Then we will give you a number of cards,
which also bear your number, and then you are ready for the road.
NOW, your work begins. Simply hand them to people you know;
ask them to show it when buying anything at the "Big Boston Store,"
and you get credit for what they buy.
Keep Increashng Your Customers.
Every minute is valuable; other boys and girls may get the custom
ers you figured on having. Thousands will be out for the business and
the prizes; but there are prizes in plenty for all; so get right after it.
Slowly decreasing stages in the Mis
sissippi will continue between Dubuque
D'ng'r Hgt Change
Line. 8 a.m. 24 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
.14 4.5 0.0
.14 3.8 0.2
, . 12 3.S 0.1
.12 5.2 0.2
. . 18 C.:J 0.3
..18 0.9 0.3
.. 10 4.G 0.2
.. 15 6.1 0.3
. . .. 3.4 0.1
.. 15 5.7
.. 30 7.9
.. 21 6.2
St. Paul ..
Des Moines Rapids
WAR OYER SEWING MACHINE
Expressman Delivers to Wrong Num
ber and Complications Result.
A merry war for the possession of
a Singer sewing machine has been
started and has already invaded the
boundaries of two states. Several
elays ago Johnny Jones, the vell
known Rock Island second-hand deal
er, bought the machine in question
from a party in Davenport. He later
resold it to a party in Rock Island and
employed the Schick Express company
to deliver it. It happened that the
last purchaser of the machine resided
over the Rock Island headquarters of
the Singer Sewing Machine company.
The driver instead of leaving the ma
chine at the proper address, left it at
the store of the Singer company.
The Singer people looked over their
books and found that the machine was
one which they had sold to a Daven
port party some months before upon,
the installment plan and which had
not been fully paid for.
The Singer Sewing Machine com-
Prices, an Event Welcomed by Every House-
Will Be the Talk of the
PURE LINEN TABLE SPREADS
Table Cloths, all linen, size 2 by
yards, bordered and O OC
unhemmed. at $3.9S and Cm tL 0
Unhemmed Bordered Table Cloths,
of exquisite Belgian Reyaine linen.
72 to 90 inches wide and all lengths:
sale price, per cloth,
$15 down to
NAPKINS FOR THANKSGIVING
TABLES PRICES LOW.
Napkins, fine all linen Duke of Lei
ster pattern, you'll pay $ 2 for these
elsewhere; sale price, "70
per dozen I O
Napkins of pure linen, finely bleach
ed, regular 2.25 values; sale
Dozens and dozens of others from
$2 to $5.
Quality is the Point
We are thinking of when placing orders for Smokers' Sup
plies, and for that reason when you make a purchase here
you know you are getting THE BEST FOR YOUR MONEY.
EVERYBODY KNOWS THE PLACE,
Ercade Cigar Siore
Harper House block. John P. Sexton, Prop.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. BuTord, President:
It. P. Hull. Vice President.
P. Oret'iiawalt. Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1S90,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell St Lynde's building.
I IF YOU NEED ANY
You'll find it here. We also have great bargains in Watches, Diamonds,
Jewelry. Musical Instruments, Suit Cases, Trunks, Clothing and unre
deemed goods of all kinds. If you are looking for bargains, call on us.
Ciri2CIC inlM nVCtrC Twentieth street.
ulLUkL w uunii ui I
the title tboy proposed to Keep both
the title and poshession.
When the driver of the express waz
on discovered his miRt3l:e and called
pany have a proviso in the-ir contracts
bv which thev retain title to all their
machines sold upon the Installment
plan until the last dollar has been
paid. Since they had not parted with
If you can'
come, try our
DOYLIES, TRAY AND LUNCH Q
; RICED. 0
Doylies, figured, all linen, large size, 0
sale price, 9c. he r-
Doylies and Napkins, hemstitched.
drawn work and knotted fringe, in
excellent qualities: sale price, 4$c, f
25c, 22c, 15c in
and lUC 0
Tray Cloths, also Carving Cloths, in
nlain damask and drawn work at
prices beginning at 25c,
rise steadily to
Lunch Cloths, in many beautiful pat-
terns, and at prices rsng- m qq
ing from 9Sc up to T C0
THANKSGIVING AND CHRIST
MAS DINNER SETS ON
Qualities are squarely up with
our usual standard; new and beau-
tlons are shown, representing the
most famous potteries of two con
tinents; but prices are low enough
to bring the beautiful wares within
the reach of all, and coming at this
time it will be warmly greeted by
all expectant china purchasers.
Note the exceptional bargains:
One A Haviland China Dinner Ret.
lU'J pieces, OO nn V
at iZ.UU 0
Second A lou-pJece American Din-
$10.50 English ware Dinner Set.
r.'.-'r:9.- 7.98 1
$14.50 English ware Maddock'a Dia-
nor Kt t.
China Dinner Set,
$20 French China Dinner Set. 100 0
Many olher sets at low prices.
At this spe;cial sale of Dinner
ware we shall show turkey sets in
flow blue decorations at $G.50 and
$7.50 per set of 13 pieces.
mil va Tents
K. H. Cable,
Willfiini II. Part.
II. P. Hull,
I I. II Mitchell.
J. M. Riiford.
II V. Hurst,
Solicitor Jacknon & Hurst.
MONEY RIGHT QUICK
iui! urn pnone, w. 816, rour rings, a
for the machine, the Singer company
refused to surrender it. Johnny Jon:s
through his attorney, C. T. Cooper ef
fected a settlement with the Schick
company for the value of the machine
and now the Schick people have begun
an action against the Singer company
to secure possession of the much dis