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THE ARGUS, FRIDAV, FEBRUARY 17, 100.5.
CLAIM OF A WIDOW ft
1-3 Off on
1-2 Price for
FOR A LOT OF 50c MITTENS.
Mrs. Peter Waner Asks Interest
in Husband's Es-
CONTRARY TO AN AGREEMENT
ALLTHE WINTER SUITS AND
OVERCOATS IN OUR STORE
HAVE BEEN REDUCED .IN
f -f4- MMs
The Store of the Town.
That She Signs, Several Years Ago,
''After Receiving $S50, Waiving
Judge Purmcnter in the county court
this morning was occupied with an
interesting question of law in connec
tion with the right of a widow to claim
a dower when she has previously mad-'
a contract waiving all claims on the
Mrs. Peter Waiu r, of Moline,
through her attorney. M. J. Mel-niiy.
tiled a petition in tin- case of the e.state
of Mr. Waner, asking that appraisers
be appointed to fix the widow's award.
The petition was objected to by W. .1.
Kntrikin, the executor, and both sides
tit the case were thoroughly argued.
SIkh-I A k rrrmrn I.
May IS, lK&'j. Mr. and Mrs. Waner
signed a contract, agreeing to live sep
arately. Mr. Warier paid his wife $;, and
Fhe agreed to nllqiiish all claims 0:1
him for support, and all claims against,
the estate. She now claims her dow
t r interest. which in this ca.-e amount-
to about KU. The estate is valued ar
"""ir:111 1 '
It won't be long before we sna.ll direct attention to New Spring Styles Already have
some of the spring beauties made their appearance- These spring styles combined with
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES to crowd the balance of our winter goods out. These
prices should cause them to move quickly.
I .age- Waters for shoes.
Rabbits at Knschinana's.
Call for Improved Zazaro.
I-age-Waters for good shoes.
Head Fame's ad on this page.
H. K. Walker, lire insurance.
Lage-Water3 for fine footwear.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Insure with Coldsmiih & McKee.
For bus, baggage.express.call Robb's.
For good hhoes. go to I -age-Waters'.
For 'bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
All kinds of pork at 11. Tremann's
See the tine shoes I .age-Waters are
See the line shoes I .age Waters are
Fresh Milwaukee sausages at I'assig
Jims'. Try them.
Peanut candy and taffy 10 cents par
pound at Petersen's, 1314 Third ave
Qiie. L af lard and pork tenderloins at
II. Tremann's Sons'.
If you want pure leaf lard order at
II. Tremann's Sons'.
Florida russet onuies 15 cents per
dozen at Passig Bros.
Head Hess ISios" special on page :
today. It will pay you.
Fancy strawberries, the first of the
season, at Passig Bros".
Read every item in Finne's ad on
jlliis page, it will pay you.
Ounlap hat si;ring opening Saturday.
Feb. I. 1 !":". The Iondon.
l'a.-sig Hros. will have a nice display
of fresh vegetables tomorrow.
"Empress" slioe.s for women at
tile Uig Uoston store. Iavnpoit.
Don't miss the bargains at Finne's
sale beginning tomorrow. See ad.
"Empress" shot's represent the lead
ing styles. All widths, all sizes, a'l
Feb. 18, and Continuing
for 15 Days.
mur muff ifi iw mi mrwmr tm.ri&.hTW'j&&zx?E
THE BALANCE OF OUR WINTER SHOES WILL HAVE TO GO RE
GARDLESS OF COST AND PROFIT. BEFORE SPRING GOODS AR
RIVE. 4' pairs men's boxcalf
vtlour caif and vici kid
. " Mueller and 'ace. heavy
sole, all up-to-date, all
sizes, C. I and E. '. to
11. your choice at. per
".C pair $'1 Hieti's box
vt lour calf and vie; kid
blucher and !a.el Ka--'
vy and medi tm I 'a y
sole, all new arel up-. O
to-date. l and E. C to
11. as long as tVie;. last O
at per pair. X
05 paJr m n's 1.Z box B
calf, wlour calf and
colt skin shoes, bluch
er and lace, medium
havy sole, the latest
style. I) and E. 6 to
K'2, yours at per pair.
7" pair $2 and $1.75 men's !ox calf, kangaroo calf shoes, lace, medi
uiu sole, the latest stle, E and EE, to go 4 r
at per rair
A lot of ladles J2... vici kid lace sho. s
latest style. C and P. all sizes. i,
at It pair
all new and tip-to-tiate
PA. FINNE, 1
g THE SHOE MAN g
g 1610 SECOND AVENUE, FIVE DOORS EAST ILLINOIS THEATRE, g
desirable leathers $2.95 at the Big Btis
ton store, Davenport.
Men's suspenders worth 23 and 33
cents, only ly cents. The Umdon.
Hood moonlight skating at the Tri
angle park every night this week.
W. H. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5746.
Walline &. Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old" 'phone 1070. new 5SS4.
You can save from 23 to 30 cents on
every pair of shoes, if you buy at Lage
Waters". Spring opening Dunlap hats. Satur
day. Feb. 18. We are sole agents. The
You can save from 23 to 30 cents on
evtry pair of shoes, if you buy at I .age
Waters'. Strong winter shoes at sacrificing
prices at Finne's. liead ad on this
Hess IJros. announce the arrival of
a shipment of strawberries, the first
of the season.
Hock Inland Lumber company have
plenty of coal and deliver promptly.
Men's suits worth $13 to $20 for $H.
All sizes in the lot. Window full of
them. The Loudon.
New novelties in girls' and boys'
caps. Newest spring styles. You
know us. The Ixindon.
Sleighing parties can get good serv
ice and long rides at moderate rates
"by telephoning 424 west.
Boys' knee pant.. worth from 3i
cents to C'i cents, only :;s cents Satur
day at tJustafson & Hayes".
Boys' knee panic, worth from SO
cents to t3 cents, only 3S cents Satur
day at (Justafson A: Hayes.
Hock Island Lumber company hav?
plenty of coal and deliver promptly.
Boys' knee pants, worth from 3
cents to C3 cents, only 3S cents Satur
day at Gustafson & Haves'.
A cup of conV-, a bit of sausage and
a plate of Mrs. Austin's buckwheat
cakes is a breakfast fit for a king.
Kock Island Lumber company have
plenty of coal and deliver promptly.
Mrs. Austin's quick-rising buckwheat
makes tender, crispy brown cakes.
Your grocer can tell you all about it.
Cet ready to attend the masquerade
given by the Plattdeurschen Schwest
ern Feb. 23 at Turner hall. Tickets,
25 cents. Prizes given.
Report your changes to Stone's city
directory, office northeast corner Sec
ond ave;me and Eighteenth street, or
call up old phone 35;; L.
Saytrdny. lust day of Manhattan
shirt .'ale. $2.5') shirts for $1.3o'. $2
shins for $1.2:;. $1.3u shirts for $1.13,
all sizes. The London.
The Qui Vive club will give its first
annua ball at Industrial hall Thurs
day evening. Feb. 1C. Admission, ,50
cents. Bleuer's orchestra. j
The knifing of the water marked and
smoked goods at McCabe's will con
tinue from day to day until every piece
and every dollars' worth is close. 1 oir.
Buy 'Er)pres" shoes, comfortable.'
500 1 wearing, stylish, a shoe that oth
ers would sell for frj.fjrt. At the Big;
Boston s'ore. Davenjiort, they cost
Pork i nderioins. spare ribs, leaf
lard, trimn.ings. pork butts, nck
bones, hvarts. l:v rs. heads, dressed
and rotigh pigs' feet a? IL Tremann's'
Pork tenderloins, spare ribs. nec!i .
Unes. pork trimmings. lioston butts,
and all kinds of pork cuts received
fresh every morning at Gilmore's pack
ing house market. j
McCabe's ad shows additional cut'
on smoked and water stained gxds
fio-a day to day. Opportunities ar-pas-ing
fast. Yours today, b'lt tfcey
are rapidly pass.ng.
Mr. Carmong will render an illustrat
ed solo this evening at the Memorial ,
Christian church, preceding the ser
vices. Rev. Ixickhart's subject this
evening will be "The New Birth."
The insurance companies have set
tled their losses on McCabe's damaged
gxjds. Now they go to first comers,
with all the discounts taken off, and in
many cases much more. Discriminat
ing buyers will act promptly.
Greater values than even. Suits
worth $15 to $20, all this winter's
styles, single and double breaste!.
broken lots. Window full of them.
Your style is in the lot. You save big
money by buying one of these suits.
You know us. The London.
A second postionemont of the meet
ing of the Andalusia Memorial associa
tion Wednesday evening, at winch
Judge E. E. Parmenter. of this city,
and Rev. Henry Brink, of Taylor Ridge,
were to have read papers, was taken
on account of bad weather and the con
dition of country roads. Another date
will be set.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of the First M. E. church, will
hold its annual thank offering service
Sunday evening. Feb. 19. Miss Mar
ion Newton, who for many years has
been a teacher in the Isabella Tho
burn college at Lucknow, India, will
give the address. There will be spe
cial music, and the public generally
is invited to be present and enjoy the
occasion which promises to be of unus
SELLS HIS MUSTARD FACTORY
C. F. Gaetjer Disposes of Business to
C. F. Gaetjer. of this city, has dis
posed of liis mustard manufactory to
the Washburn-Halligan Coffee com
pany, of Davenport.J The plant will be
moved to Davenjiort and will be oper
ated in connection with the factory
that the company has been running
there for some years. The company
buys the machinery and receipes for
the preparation of both brands of mus
tard that Mr. Gaetjer as been mak
keting. the Imperial and Guesseldorf.
At Harris' Tomorrow.
P'.ace your Sunday order early.
Dressed poultry, spring chickens for
frying, head lettuce, leaf lettuce, cau
liflower, parsley, mushrooms, new po
tatoes, new carrots new beets, new
turnips, onions, radishes, soup bunch
es, nice oranges and fresh Milwaukee
The Pneumonia Seaion.
Coughs and co'ids in children as well
as adults are frequently dangerous
this season of the year, and a little
precaution now may savo much trou
ble, worry and expense. Kennedy's.
Iaxative Honey and Tar. a combined
cough and cold cure a new scientific
discovery in medicine is a certain
cure for coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, etc. The coughs and colds
are cleared out of the system by gent
ly moving the bowels, and at the same
time the throat, chest, lungs and bron
chial tubes are so strengthened that
here is little probability of danger.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar is
pleasant to take. Contains no opiates.
Sold by all druggists.
Licensed to Wed.
Charles Drennen Cordova
Mrs. Sarah A. Hunt Cordova
Thtr i. no Rocnalls Sail. Alum,
dm. or Aitifflonii in food mad. with
norm rue ukikb podc jsust
It mk pur. food.
OFFER PHONY RING
Two Moline Men Try to Hood
wink Local Second hand
ARRESTED AS DISORDERLIES
And Are Fined in the Police Court
Fight in a Saloon.
D. H. King and W. II. Jerome, Mo
line citizens, were in Rock l.-lnnd yes
tirday hitting the high places. To
wards ivniii;: they were short on
funds. Jerome had a ring he thought
h'' could raise at least $1 at a pawn
siiop. They visited Williamson's sec
ond hand store. Mr. Williamson said
tin? ring was filled, and not worth
over $2. Jerome disputed him. There
was a three-cornered argument, and
Mr. Williamson ordered the men from
Jerome wanted to bet an even hun
dred that the ring would bring $10.
Williamson asked him to put up the
money, but all that Jerome could find
on him was a nickel. Then Mr. Wil
liamson drew .1 billy club that he keeps
behind the counter for the purpose of
persuading toughs who infest his es
tablishment with stolen articles that
they try to pawn off on him. King
took the hunch and walked out peace
ably, but Jerome wanted to continue
When Mr. Williamson walked out
behind the counter and displayed the
club, however, Jerome moved towards
the door, Unt when he reached the
w-iv ii ' -i;it,ed be made the threat
that lie would put his heel through the
plate glass window. Chief Miller and
Capt. Cramer happened to be passing.
n"d they pi'oted the Moline citizens to
police headquarters. They were charg
ed with disorderly conduct, and each
finrd and cots.
:iiim-h Trouble in Snloon.
A young man who said his name
was W. J. McCarthy caused trouble
at the Free saloon on Fourth avenue
lest night. He was arrested by Olli
cers Kirsch and Sexton. He will have
a hearing this afternoon.
Public is Aroused.
The public is aroused to a knowl
edge of the curative merits of that
gnat medicinal tonic. Electric Hitters,
for sick stomach, liver ami kidney:..
Mary H. Walters, of 5 If. St. Clair ave
nue, Columbus, ()., writes: "t-'or sev
eral months, I was given tip to die. I
had fevvr and ague, my nerves were
wrecked; I could not sleep, and my
stomach was so weak, from useless
doctors' drugs, that 1 could not nr.
Soon after beginning to take Electric
Hitters. I obtained relief, and in a
short time I was entirely cured."
Guaranteed at Hartz & I'llemeyer'.-;
dni.c store; price .ri) cents.
To cure constipation and liver trou
bles by gently moving the Imwc1s an I
acting as a tonio to the liver, tal e
Little Early Risers. These fa mo s
little pills are mil l, pleasant aiuHiari'i
less, but effective and sure. Tin ir
universal use for many years is a
strong gun ran tee of tin ir popularity and
usefulness. Sold by all druggists.
Meaps Newest Neckwear
Newest Colors. Wea.ves ancl Styles for 1905. Grays, Shades
of- Brown. Mixed R,eds, Gray Checks and Blue Weaves.
39-cent qualities - - - - 19c
Men's $2 Silk Mufflers - 1.00
Men's Half Hose, 60
dozen in all black and
tans, double heel and
toe, 15c qualities - 8c
Men's Neglige Shirts,
20 dozen Men's Negli
ge Shirts" in woven
Madras and Percales,
splendid patterns 35c
Men's Trousers, un-
equaled values. $5.50
for Men's $7.50 Trou
sers. S3.50 for Men's $5 Worsteds. $1.95
for Men's $2.50 fancy Cheviots.
J. m. wSl
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$1.00 Men's TrOXISerS $1.00 Maximum of quality
At minimum of price
LARGEST BEST CLOTHIERS
Formerly Simon 2L Mosenfelder. v