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THE ATiGUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 190..
1 THE WEATHER-
Partly rloaily ton lick t nn1 Salirilir,
vrith probably thuadrrntormii tonight;
sliftbtly r-oolrr Sntnnlny.
Coatlnnrtt warm weather tn noted
over the country eat of the Roekle.
with a notlceahle Inereane In tempera
ture In the Biirthnmlrrn portion of the
lnke rrKion. Ttnplitlj- rfiiK hnrometera
over the nortbwextern llm-ky mountain
nlope nave been neeoiupanled by II;cbt
ly rimirr condition In that renion.
fbowrrn and tfaanderitnrm are again
reported from tlie enntern and wmlhrrn
neetionn, the noulhrrn and northeant
era portiona ftf the Hocky mountain rr
ttlon and the tipper MIxMonri valley. So
very heavy rain are noted
J. M. Mil-: It IKK. Oberver.
Teinpernture at 7 u. ni.. T; at 3:.'W
p. ni WO.
Insure with McKce.
Fin no sells good shoes.
Zibia lighted delighted.
Zazaro is there, call for it.
P.uy a home of Roidy Bros.
Lloyd's clearing sale, Aug. 1.
Are you going? IJoyd's sale.
$1' panamas, $3.50, Lloyd's .sale.
TrK'ity Towell Supply company.
It's a. thame Lloyd's cut prices.
Drop in hot the river at Lloyd's.
For lus or express. Spencer &. Trc fz.
For hus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
Read Finne's mid-summer shoe ad.
Dressed young and old can kens at
Pressed spring and old chickens at
T. Treniann's Hons".
Nicely dressed spring chicken at I'as
sig isms', tomorrow.
Our policy is to give our customers
the best shoe values for their money.
ISLAND CITY PARK
(SUNDAY, 3 O'CLOCK.)
no matter what price they pay.
Waters Shoe company.
Very fancy shelled lima beans
Passig Bros', tomorrow.
Suits worth from $13.50 to $1S. go at
$9.95. Gustafson & Hayes.
Rubber heels for men or women 5
cents Saturday, at McCabes.
White canvas oxfords for ladies at
Lage-Waiers Shoe company.
$3.50 straw hats $1. Wear a Knox
any straw hat $1 at Lloyd's.
lee cream and ice cream soda aM
Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue. -
W. H. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5T4C.
You buy them right if you buy your4
shoes at Lage-Waters Shoe company.
Ask to see the wash four-in-hand ties
we are selling at 25 cents. The Lon
don. Kuschmann's grocery for anything
you wish in the line of vegetables and
Men's and boys' tennis shoes. See
your size, 33 cents, Saturday at .Mc
Our shoes are made for those who
appreciate quality. Iage-Wat. rs Shoe
You know Finne's shoe store U 1C10
Second avenue, 3 dors cast of Illinois
We sell the best footwear at the low
est price in the city. Lage-W u' rs fchoe
One more day of the "Mill End" sale
low prices at the Big Bo.itou Store.
We liave a few mohair shirts left,
worth $2.50. Saturday only, for $1.5u.
Special values in men's suits worth
from $13.50 to $18, now $9.1S at Gustaf
en & Hayes'.
SlR'Cial shirt sale. Shirts worth
$1.2.".. $1.50, and $1.75 now 1S cents at
Gustafson & Hayes".
Saturday is the last day of our $10
suit sale. Most or ttiem are worm
double. The London.
You can buy our shoes with your
eyes shut as far as quality goes. Lage
Waters Shoe company.
Read our ad and take advantage of
our half price sale. Saturday is the
last day. The lxindon.
Miss Hallie Allen McCrory will be
the soloist with Petersen's band at the
Watch Tower this evening
For Saturday any straw hat in the
store worth $l.n. $:'..." and $3.00. yours
for one dollar. The Ixmdon.
Closing out the ladies' and children's
parasols, up to $3.0t values, ait.50
cents, Saturday at McCabe's.
Take a look at the early fall showing
in John B. Stetson hats. Something
new for you. Gustafson & Hayes".
Only a half barrel left of those lusci-
, it r i o 1 '
ous chocolate marsiunaiiow s uu l-.a
cents per lb., Saturday, at McCabe's.
See those beautiful unholstered Ro
man seats for 7l cents on Saturday at
McCabe's. Show window Third avenue.
Saturday will certainly be a bargain
day at The Iondon. Shirts worth up
to $2.00 Saturday, S'J cents The Ion
don. The young ladies of the German
Lutheran church on Twentieth street
will give a lawn social Tuesday even
ing. Aug. 15. at the home of William
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3 for $1.
Our entire line of $5 trousers
Our entire line of trousers
20 per ct. Off
Our entire line of $4.50 trousers
And there is another point of advantage for you in this Trousers Sale-
stock offers the widest range of selection.
$3.50 Trousers and broken lines that
run up to $4.85, go for
2-Piece Outing Suits S10
Not a suit sold for less than $12. 5t others sold at $1
$15, and $lt!.5i; your choice
of the entire line
2-Piece Outing Suits 5
and worsteds. Lots and
Kxceptional values in flannel
and sizes are broken. $10
and $12.50 values. $7.5i and .
SIS Sviits S15
16.50 Suits $12.50
Final Sale of
Boys" Suits $1.87.
Boys' a.nd Youths' Clothes.
Broken lines of grays
up to $lfi.50. single
and double breasted
Hoys' $2.50 suits in broken lins
at $3.50, sale C? J
special 10 m
in the Store
25 per ct. Off
Boys's Suits $4.39.
Hoys' $5.S5 all wil casshui-ve
and worsted suits. fluster
Browns. Norfoiks. in fancy and
Youths's Sxiits S4.S5
Broken lines of graysy C"
that run up to $1" . ..T"0J
Bi August Sables Each Item
Balbriggan shirts and
Wash suits. 50 per cent off.
Boy's suits 25 per cent off.
Straw hats. 50 per cent off.
50c under- C
Or 3 for $1.
Schaarmann. mot Fifteenth street. Ev
Good clean groceries at lowest prices
is what, we aim to sell you. Delivery to
all parts of the city. Kuschniaiin's
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 7150 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 53.
Miss Belle Frances McDaniel and
Clarence Conley of Muscat ine were
united in marriage last evening at the
coirt bouse by Judge E. E. Farmenter.
Moonlight Excursion on Steamer
W. W. August 11. Leaes s p. in. re
turns 11:30 p. m. Fare, gentlemen 35
cents, ladies 25 cents. Music, and danc
ing. Mary F. Lyford. from the upper end
of the county was adjudged insane in
county court this afternoon uud com
mitted to the hospital for insane at
The street railway conductors of
Rock Island will give an excursion to
Elgin, 111., Thursday, Aug. 17, 1905. via
the C M. & St. T, railway. Everyone
Make it a point to visit the Big Bos
ton Store's "Mill End" sale, Davenport,
tomorrow. The extremely low prices
will make it a "red letter day" with
The surveying party for the Hock
Island & Monmouth company is now
working in the vicinity of V iola. Some
difficulty is experienced in getting a
practical grade at Edwards rivir.
Tomorrow will undoubt dly be the
busiest day of "Mill End" sab' at the
Big Boston Store, Davenport. It's the
last day and all will want to take ad
vantage of the final opportunities.
A slight decline in the price of corn
is noted on the market. The fall in
price is due to the ideal weather of the
past two weeks. Old Sol's rays have
done much for the cereal and a good
rop is assured.
An exhibit of Are alarm instruments
will be given for aldermen at. tlx Cen
tral fire station this evening by Ed
ward Merch. who represents ttv Star
Electric company, of Binghan.ton. N. Y
The sneak thieves that have entered
a number of homes in Molino iu the
early evenings lately by cutting
sereins in the rear of houses and enter
ing whiln the families were in the front
yard or on the front porches, appear to
have invaded Edge wood park in the
cast end of this city and a number of
petty burglaries are reported. At the
home of G. A. Boomer two young f. 1
Iows were seen Wednesday afternoon,
but succeeded In escaping.
are Instantly relieved, and perfectly
healed, by Bucklen'i Arnica Sahe. C.
Kivenbark. Jr., of Norfolk, Va.. writ-s;
"I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it
blistered all over. Bucklen's Arntc.i
Salve stopped the pain, and healed it
without a scar." Also heals all wound?
and sores. 25c at Hartz & Ullemeycr,
news all the tlmo T11U
of any T)
Q in the
FOR CHOICE OF ANY
50c PAIR OF OVERALLS,
50c KNEE PANTS,
$1.00 SLEEVE BUTTON,
ANY 50c ARTICLE, 33c.
FOR CHOICE OF ANY
50c CANVAS SHOES,
50c NIGHT SHIRT,
$1.00 STRAW HAT,
33c FOR ANY 50c ARTICLE.
Are you really selling every 50c article for 33c? This has been a .leading question asked
the past few days at our store. There is nothing reserved; we are selling any and every
50c item in the store for 33c, and in some instances have included 75c and $1 values.
We are determined to dispose .of the balance of our summer wearables, and we know ot IfMlIf
IT. V. i
no better method than to give away about one-third ot eacn article.
LOTS MORE GOOD TMINGS.
FOR ARMY SUSPENDERS.
FOR SWEATERS, WORTH
M. QX K.
FOR M EN'S SUITS, REDUCED
FROM $7.50 AND $8.90.
REDUCTION ON ANY CHILD'S
FOR MEN'S SUITS. REDUCED
FROM $10 AND $12.
REDUCTION ON ANY GIRL'S
FOR MEN'S SUITS. REDUCED
FOR MEN S SUITS, REDUCED
FROM $18, $20 AND $22.
f?r I 1 ' -M :W IB
ON TAN &HCES AND OX.