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THE "ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1005.
At Finne's. 1C10
I'nlr tuutsht anil ntnrlny. prohahlr
WforalnK ntinetl !! h) uttird!- nlicbtt
mil niui h rbnnxe In (rmtifnilurr.
j. M. tiii:itii:i. obwntr.
shoes in the city
Mrs. Austin's Pancakes mi ill he'p you
to regain that lost appetite. At grocers.
For winter ami summer. ?Irs. Aust
in's Pancake flour. Always good at gro
in iia moirmi-Bi to the Inkr rcu.B. ; Dry coal at Mueller's yards; screen-
Ihr klfiriu of r.lerly h: rnurd lisbl inrrs. J1.C0; mine rim, $2.85; COkC,
rain from Hip l lsilrl VMllry to the , $..5".
uru neiiirw nun in in- jiun miiiicm. ii
tin lri-n MuiTrtMlril Iij -lnr wrathrr
nnil rlninK bnromrtrrM in th MWmoiitI
nail MiMititfil tnll-. n iih liiwfr If m
prraturr from tlir Dnkiilaa to Okl.-i-hlinin
nnil nnrlhrrn Tr. l-'nir nMiih-r-r
will rimliiiur in thl l-injt.i tonlicht
and Satnrilny. Hut nnuthrr Ion nrrurr
that l rralral mrr Vllirrtn. and in nt
trnili'il l rtilnn on tin- north I'nciP.f
rftflnl and In imrlhrm 11 nmunlnln
nliilrH. will rnuif uaitrt I led mjdiIII Umim
!' Sjiluriiu niiilil. No Important
rhantr in Irinprraturr In ri-i-trl.
lriiiirrn(iirr at 7 n. ui. "Mi at 3:.V
. mi.. I". Minimum l-tii prnit ii rr In Ibr
4 liouro. :tl: iiiit!iniiiii. ts. rlixi
tr of Mind nt n. in.. It hi !- an hour.
Insure with McKee.
Kiuiji' 'N g(Kd shots.
Kii.ru- sells upto-datc hoes.
H. .t $l..".u sho s at Holly Hros'.
Uoy.-,' imii.I tliiws a: Dully Hros'.
Wuttt i ro;jf .-dio.-s at Dully Hros.
P.-st ::.:,, shot's at Doil Hro.v.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Kuiiln r ! t !s. eti.Is. ;it It.itilt s'.
Jill!.!-' f siits, ((Ills, at iiiit i Us'.
S'ippi r .-iii'-. l.'i cir-. ;ii 1$. inks'.
For Ijus or eTtprcss. Spencer &. Trefz.
For bus. l.MrrKe. express call Robb's.
Dr s.i d s i fi jt r dink.- Schro dr's.
Pnsir-I -ii;:il-;i ;i 11. Tri;i;;;im's
Silt .. all ri.lnis. ""Ii (viilj, ;it
Driss.-.i ducks ;ri I 'lichens at H.
(is!ir:!( r' l.o-, two pairs tor -."
ents. at l';:'tUs.
Iti-droom Mippiis. fir women,
tint s. at iia; l ! s.
: dr ssid spriu:; and old cltick
i lis ut S linn di r's.
Co roll r i-kitting afternoon and ev
ening, except Sunday.
Fro.u hji;s. shrimps, oysters and cvl
t iy at H. Tivmunn's Sons'.
Ice crearr and ice cream soda a
Peterson's, 111 14 Third aveuue.
Davenport vs. Mo'iiif at Iavenoit
hall park tomorrow afternoon.
Special n. lineal nipuM program
Siturday ei.ins at McC'ahe's.
Jf joii want pure kettle rendered
laid. rd r at H. Treiaann's S.m.s'.
Dy.sters url hry. flu- finest to be
had on the market, at Passim Bros.
Only Sti riin silver teaspoons.
Iks :-ents t iich Saturday at McC'abe's.
You get our moiii-y's worth in
coal from Mueller's. See ail. patie .".
Mrs. Austin's fatuous Pancake Hour
is in town - liesh and de'.itious as ever.
I. adit.s "Patrician" line ylioes, $-!..rD,
paltnt Kid. patent toll, and vie! kid.
I'.luclu r and lace. Tlu most pt rfect
Last week for taking orders for
penny pho os. Kerr, ln"1 Second
Old and younft: yhickens. freshly
at Cilmor-' packing house
Those Allegretti Martini chocolates
2-j cents a pound again on Saturday at
Those fine Milwaukee sausages are
without qual. Place a trial order at
Fine sheer linen centers for hand
kerchiefs ail sizes. 7 cents, Saturday
Clocks, pictures and statues almost
;iven away at B. Jackson's store.
23 dozen more of that special boys'
fleeced underwear at 25 cents. Vlle
nieyer & Sterling.
I Buy the Woodman's men's fine
shoes. They are Rood ones. At Fin
ne's. the shoe man.
Reef r special for Saturday, size 2 to
S. reefer coat. $1.93. at I'. & S.) Ulle-meye-r
Children's ribbed cashmere (mend
ed seconds at just half 15 cents a pair
Saturday, at MeCabe's.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dyeing at the New Panitorium club
19091911 Second avenue.
Don't miss the football game tomor
row bet we -en Davenport and Moline at
the Davenport base ball park.
.) matter what prices oth.-rs may
(piot you can always do better at
(Jur-tyf'ion & Hayes, quality considered.
Special for teamsters, the I. & S.I
duck, s'iecp lined and leather coats.
Bottom prices nt rl"meer & Ster
liim's. Take a look at the boys' kn-e pants
suits that we are showing at $2.95:
sizes from 7 to ltj years. Gustafson &
You can't afford to miss the foeUball
:;ame, Moline vs. Davenport, tomorrow
af i trnoon at the Davenport baseball
I test standard caMeo at 4 cents per
yard for one day only at Horblit's no
tion and dry goods store', 2929-2931
Best standard calico at 4 cents per
yard for one day only at Horblit's no
u'on and dry goods store. 2929-2931
If your coffee doesn't suit you. don't
give up in despair. Just order a pound
of Bartlett Bros', e very-day coffee;
guaranteed to please.
Finest juicy sugar cured hams,
choice-, lean breakfast bacon and fancy
kettle re-udercd leaf lard at (Jilmore's
packing house market.
Childn-n's and boys' overcoats ir.
long and reefer styles. I', S. styles
always set the pace for corre-ctness.
Ullelileyer A: Sterling.
Don't forget the closing out sale
now going on at Jackson's art and jew
The Market That
You Want to Eat.
SOUFS C.c ALL THE DEST
KNO..N MAKES: FRANCO
AMERICAN SOUPS. CURTIS
BROTHERS BLUE LABEL
SOUPS. CLUB HOUSE. ETC.
CONSOMME. OXTAIL. JULI
E N N E. MULLIGATAWNY.
MUTTON BROTH. CHICKEN.
TOMATO. BEEF. PEA. BOUL
LION.ETC. ORDER FOR YOUR
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.
Franco An. ri ; Ox
! ail. pouuij can . . .
"ar; ici B. -'. ieu.aio
-otips. ". .. i.in .1 ( ;: :i . .
TOVCRXQW WE WILL D'.Z
PLAY THE MD3T COV.P-ETE
LINE OF BULK P.XKL2S
EVER SEEN IN THE TRI CI
TIES. SWEET N:iOCET PiCK
IS. SWEET MIXED. SWEET
RELISH. MEDIUM SWEET.
LARGE AND SMALL SOUn,
SOUR MIXED. DILL PICKLES.
PICKLED ONIONS. STUFFED
MANGO PEPPERS. STUFFED
SPECIAL PiCKLE OFFERINGS
Swi ( t relish.
Stuffed melon Mangoes,
Stuffed Mango peppers
2 for '.
pt r buttle
DRESSED POULTRY OF ALL
KINDS, BULK AND CANNED
OYSTERS. CHEESE OF ALL
VARIETIES. FRESH FRUITS.
FRESH VEGETABLES. SAUS
THIS STORE IS FAST BE
COMING KNOWN AS THE
BEST TEA AND COFFEE
HOUSE IN THIS VICINITY.
DON'T OVERLOOK OUR SPE
CIAL TEA AND COFFEE OF
FERING FOR SATURDAY.
Saturday even'.ivj from 7 o'clock
ur.t i store closes. 10c package
of new Fresh California figs.
one tj a customer,
S we i : pi k!- s. plain,
A fresh shipment cf that fine
sweet Elgin creamery butter
jusi recsived. The price nP
.'cr Saturday, per poind . . OC
WHERE CAN YOU DE3T
GET SUPPLIES FOR YOUR
SUNDAY DINNER? IS IT NE
CESSARY TO LOOK FAR
THER THAN THE H. & H?
HAIIR.IS a HESS
Ccrner T-ird Avenue and Eighteenth Street.
Old Phones 43C and 437. New Phones 5440 an 1 5S25.
elrv store of pictures, statues and
clocks, ISO" Second avenue.
Not the largest store.' but positively
the finest and the cleanest line of suits
and overcoats in the three cities is
shown at Gustafsera & Hayes'.
As usual, Pass's Bros, display of
fruits &nd fresh vegetables will include
everything to be found on the market.
Order your Sunday dinner there.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 9
The ladies will be interested to know
that we will have for tomorrow's sell
Ing some new pattern hats, the latest
creations. Brandenburg millinery
Don't wait; act at once. The U. &
S. overcoats are recognized a3 th?
leaders ef style and corre-ct workman
ship. I'llemeyer & Sterling's th?
William Buckley, having been ad
judged feeble minded in cemnty court,
a conservater in the persem of Ceirneli-
us Buckley was appointed by Judge
Young man, do you wish to wear the
latest style ami newest material in
your new evercejat? U. & S.) Flle--
mcyer & Sterling always please ewer-
Gustafsem & Hayes can show yeu
better values in high clas.ri and medium
priced suits and overcoats than any of
them. You look at them. Glad to show
von. if you don't buy.
Br. C. V. Foss this afternoon gave
he first of his series of lectures at the
Library building under the auspices of
Fort Armstrong chapter. D. A. II. Hi
-ulrjVct was "Mahomet."
Miss Leithner. who was taken to the
hospital for an operation after injuring
her hand while at work in the mattress
facttry. was able to go to her home
1229 Twelfth street today.
Come in time and you will always !k
m time, and get one of the good time
pieces free with every boy's knee pants
suits or overcoats from $1 tip. nil sitces
from 3 to Iti years, at Gustafson &
For smart street and ready-to-wear
hats in the most pleasing effects and
artistic combinations, as well as very
low prices, go to Miss Bennett, the
new miliner at Mrs. LaFrenz' old
stand. If you patronize her once you
will always come again.
WOMAN CAN KEEP THE DOG
Case Against Ruth Fairchild for Lar
ceny Is Dismissed.
Kutn aircnuu, wno has been a
keeper of one of Rock Island's notori
ous dives for some time, was dismissed
by Justice G. Albert Johnson tiiis after
noon from the charge of larceny
brought against her bv Frn"k Kn"' of
Davenport, the woman being repre
sented in court by John l,ooW. ..e
charge was that th defendant had
Ford's elog in her possession and re
fused to give it up when asked for by
him. The evidence cemsisted of con
flicting statements of the two pe rseins
interested. John K. Scott prosecuted.
SUSY DAY FOR THE WAGON
Cells at Police Sation Are Filled With
Today has beeui a busy one for the
jatrol wagon and the result is that the
"ells at the police station are filled
with drunks, there being about a doz
;n sleeping off their jags tnere.
Carl Olson was brought in this after
loon from the Rock Island station
.vhere he had raised a disturbance. He
vas intoxicated and had in his posses
sion a small dog. When Officer Mitcler
attempted to take him into custody he
showed tight and was subdued only af
ter a struggle.
CLOSING OF ANNUAL FAIR
Material Addition to Funds of Sacred
The eighth annual fair of the Sacred
Heart church, which has been in pro
gress at Sacred Heart hall for nearly
:hree weeks, closed last evening. The
fair was well attended, ar.d the pro
ceeds will add materially to the church
funds. The articles which remain are
to be sold this evi uing. at the hall, at S
o'cloek. The fair was the most sue
cesstui vi r h- Id by the church, and
occupied the interest of the entire eoli--n.
gut ion ouring its progress.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
At H. Horblit's, 2929 2931 Fifth Avenue,
for Tomorrow Only. '
For to.uorrow only we? will sell the
'lest standard ca'.irnfs at 4 cents per
.aid. Remi inbe-r. for one day only at
his price. H. HORRI.1T,
2929-2931 Fifth Avenue-.
"cr Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at
t!-e Farmers' Grocery, 701 Ninth St.
25 j omds of granulated sugar with
me sack if Maud S., Goldrim or A. A.
. hour, tor $2.49.
Potatoes 17 '2 cents per peck. Red
ilohe onions j-er ie-ck, 1 7 1 ij cents;
urn ,t, p. r per k. 13 cents; apples, per
xtk. 29 cents; oysters. 35 cents pr
V-art; new dill pickles, per dozen, 10
oents; San'a Clans srap. 1j bars for
25 cents. Always for your trade.
71 Ninth street. Both phones.
NOTES OF THE RIYER.
River Forecast: A alight falling ten
dency in the Mississippi will prevail
from below Dubiiue to Muscatine
11. 3IIERIF.R. Local Forecaster.
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WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY
AT ROCK ISLAND'S GREAT
CENTRAL CLOTHES STORE
7E CAN & DO give you more for your
money than others "Moneys wo rth
or money hack!"
OVERCOATS for Men &r Youtks CriesterficUs, Rytons,
Box Overcoats, Belt Overcoats, Paddocks, Rainproof Overcoats, Top
Coats, etc. Blue, black or oxford Kersey and Meltons, Vicunas, Scotcrt
CKeviots and InsK Friezes, Coverts, etc. Pri
. . $10 to $45
SUITS for Men & Youths, Double-breasted, Single-breasted,
Straiglit-front Suits, lon coat styles, deep center or side vents ; diagonals
in gray, blue & oxford, brown plaids tbe new greens. Price $10 to $35
Prices : Suits & Overcoats, $10, $12.50. $15. $16, $16.50, $18,
$19.50, $22, $25, $28, $32 & up
Extra Special $15
"YORKSHIRE" Suits & Overcoats.
Prices $18. $19.50, $22, $24 6? up.
RAINPROOF PADDOCKS, special $22
TOPCOATS, specials .... $16.50 & $18
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BOYS FALL CLOTHES
In our selection of hoys clothing we have made a
decided advance along tbe lines of tastef ulness, practicality and value giving.
BOYS' REEFER or Tkree-quarter & Full Length OVERCOATS, Velvet
or regular collars, English Serge lining or red flannel lined; fabrics Blue & Ox
ford Melton, finished frieze, Scotcby effects, etc. Sizes 3 to 16. Prices $2.95,
$3.50, $3.95, $5.50, $5.85, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, $10, $12.50, $15, $16.50 &P.
EXTRA SPECIALS: $2.95, $3.50, $5.85 & $10.
Boys Norfolk, Sailor, Eton, R ussian. Buster Brown, 2-piece Suits, etc. Knick
erbocker or regular Trousers. Boys' Suit Prices, $1.95, $2.50, $2.95,53.50, $3.95,
$4.40, $5, $5.85, $6.50,$7.50, $8.50, $9.50 & up. Specials: $2.95, $3.50, $5.85.
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Men s & Boys UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, etc.
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PIQUE fc? OUT-SEAM STREET GLOVES, the best
value to be bad $1.00 & $1.50,
CAPE GLOVES, special, $1.75-
MEN'S WINTER UNDERWEAR, 38c, 45c, 75c $1
f$ up. ,
NATURAL WOOL &lERINO UNDERWEAR,
90c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2 fer up.
UNION SUITS, SI, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $4 & up.
Boys' UNDERWEAR, Winter weights, 25c, 45c,75c y up.
DUCK COATS, Slicker Lined, $1, $1,50 to $3.50.
DUCK COATS, Corduroy or Reversible Leather, $5.85
FUR OVERCOATS, $16.50 & up.
CASSIMERE HOSE, 15c, 25c, 35c & 50c.
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