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THE HUCK ISCAND ARGUS, FRIDAY", AUGUST 26, 1910.
Tomorrow, the End of the Big Sale in Sight. Everything Musi go
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est children returned home Satur
day after a 10 days visit with her
sister, Mrs. Henry Wilson, near Tay
Miss Clara Hughes returned home
Wednesday after a week's visit with
relatives and friends in the tri
ckles. Mr. and Mrs. H. TV. Lloyd went
to Iowa City last week for a visit
with their daughter.
Misses Freda and Olga Zude at
tended the teachers' institute at
Aledo last week.
Mrs. George Jones of Collinsville.
111., came Wednesday for a visit till
Monday. She returned to Rock Is
land Monday for a longer visit with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maiers.
Miss Annie Hughes of Elgin came
Wednesday evening for a month's
Mr. Edwards, the Preemption
blacksmith, moved his family to
Sherrard Tuesday. He will travel
back and forth to Preemption to his
Mrs. Martin and daughter, Mabel,
visited with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lee in Rock Island from
Thursday to Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd-Partridge of Whit
tier, Cal., visited Friday night at the
home of G. D. Crabs.
Miss Minnie Mayhew of Reynolds
returned home Saturday after spend
ing several days at Hiram, Colo.
Fay Crabs of Chicago visited three
days of last week with his parents.
He was the victim of a recent hold-up
In Chicago, being relieved of $768 and
a gold watch.
Mrs. Nancy Cooper and daughter,
Miss Grace, of Scandia, Kan., have
been visiting since Thursday at C. B.
The Misses Elsie and Vera Schrader
and Carrie Essley of New Boston were
guests the first of last week of Misses
Bessie and Mary Marsh.
Miss Bessie Cooper is visiting
friends in New Boston and Kelths
burg. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Phillips and a
party of Reynolds people went to Bay
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Halstead of Gib
son, Iowa, returned home Tuesday af
ter spending several days at A. Ken
dal's and C. B. Halstead's.
Thursday, Sept. i, all those owning
lots or who are interested in the
Hamlet cemetery will meet at the
cemetery for the purpose of cleaning
Daniel Wolfe of Chicago is visiting
with his sister, Miss Rosa, at the home
of Alec Boyle.
Mrs. Sam Lewis and children of
Barnes CJty, Iowa, returned home
Wednesday after spending a few days
with Mrs. Mary DeBorde.
Miss Marion Nichol of Urbana re
turned home Friday after visiting Miss
Mrs. May Cain of Aledo and Mrs.
Ben Smith and three children of Okla
homa spent Monday night at the home
of their uncle, Lester Cooper.
James and John Markey, John Hart-.
man and Jesse Cooper went to Gals
burg Tuesday with Cornelius Swartout
in an automobile.
Mrs. John Cooke and two children
of Warwick, N. D., returned home
Wednesday after spending a few
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. D. Crabs.
Miss Millicent Boyles returned home
from Gibson, Iowa, Wednesday. She
was accompanied home by Mrs. Luther
Packer and daughter, Rethel.
Cornelius Swartout went to Barnes
City, Iowa, Thursday to visit at the
home of Sam Lewis.
The Zuma Aid society met with Mrs.
Lou Wainwright Thursday afternoon.
A fine lunch was served by the
hostess. The next meeting will be
held with Mrs. Morton at Hillsdale, all
day meeting, Thursday, Sept. 1.
Mrs. Sarah Mead, who has been vis
iting her sister and other relatives the
past two weeks, returned to her home
at Maxwell, Iowa, last Thursday.
Mrs. George Wake, who has been
sick at the home of her son, Frank,
the past week, is now able to be
A surprise was given Mrs. Hannah
Moore by her friends Saturday, which
was her birthday anniversary.
Jesse Nicholson and family, who
have been visiting relatives the past
week, returned home Sunday evening.
Mrs. Elva Whiteside of Rock Island
is the guest of Mrs. Minnie Donohoo.
Miss Madge Anderson of Blue Island
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and son of
Moline are visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
The Chautauqua at Port Byron is in
session and the program so far is ex
There will be a box sociable at the
home of Frank Wake, given by the
Zuma Aid society, Thursday evening,
Sept. 1. A short musical will be given.
Wilbur Donohoo and wife are ar
ranging to take a trip west.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Nicholson and
Mrs. D. W. Mumma spent Sunday with
$2 DRESSES 98c.
See them tomorrow.
$5 WASH SUITS $1.
Don't miss this item.
$2 WAISTS FOR 79c.
A bargain for you.
$5 SILK WAISTS $2.49.
In new fall models.
$2 WASH SKIRTS 75c.
In all the new styles.
$2 PETTICOATS 95c.
In all colors.
$1 PETTICOATS 49c.
39c KIMONAS 19c.
A bargain for you.
$4 WOOL SKIRTS $1.93.
New Fall Models.
$2 OXFORDS AT 98c.
Or shoes if you wish
$1 WASH WAISTS 49c.
In black, white or colors.
Buys 3rour choice of those fine
$10 eyelet embroidery wash
dresses. At the above price no
such bargain was ever offered
before at $2.98.
MEN'S SUITS $5
The last call on Men's suits.
Think of it good quality, per
fect fitting. Former price was
$8.50 Your choice tomorrow $5.
For Boys' $3 new fall suits, just
the thing for school. Mothers
will profit by coming here to
morrow. Ages 4 to 16, with
knicker pants, at $1.98.
$3 MEN'S PANTS $1.69.
in a variety of patterns.
75c MEN'S SHIRTS 49c.
with or without collars.
$15 MEN'S SUITS $7.50.
See window display.
$2.50 FALL HATS $1.49.
Newest fall shapes.
$1 UNION SUITS 49c.
See them tomorrow.
25c UNDERWEAR 15c.
All sizes arid colors.
25c SUSPENDERS 19c.
Good elastic web.
$2.25 MEN'S SHOES $1.49.
In good quality leather.
$1.50 MEN'S PANTS 98c.
Don't miss them tomorrow.
50c UNDERWEAR 25c.
Poros Knit or Sea Island.
25c MEN'S HOSE 11c.
All hose must go.
Girls' 19c Qp
Girls' $1.50 GQp
dresses at 9v
Girls' 39c JMp
union suits mm
HOME OF REAL BARGAINS
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207-209 West Second Street. Davenport, Iowa.
Boys' 50c . Or
union suits Uuj
Boys' 3Dc CVfl
knicker pants LalAj
Boys' ,k,v fail rA
hats for riUU
Three mighty reductions await your
inspection at the S. & L. tomorrow.
Take your pick of the finest fancy
suit in the store, sold formerly from
$28 to $40. For quick clearance
Here's a lot of nobby suits, all the
new shades of brown, tan, greys,
etc. Sold to $25. For quick sale
The man who invests less in his clothes will also find
extra values here tomorrow. Suits that sold to $1 6.50.
For quick clearance
Supply your furnishing wants now and save money.
$2.50 and $3 E. & W. Shirts. $1.75
$1.50 Shirts ... $1.10
$1.00 Shirts . . $ .79
$ .75 Shirts .. $ .59
$ .50 Shirts T. . . $ .35
$6.50 and $7.00 Pants $5.00
$5.00 Pants $3.95
$3.50 and $4.00 Pants $2.95
$2.50 Pants '. $1.95
Phoenix Pure Silk Hose 35cts pair, 3 for $1.00
relatives from Galesburg, who are
camping on Campbell's island.
Miss Millie Luce of Grand Island,
Neb., is visiting relatives and friends.
William Payne of Rock Island call
ed on relatives in this village Tues
day. H. B. Adams and sons, George and
Harold, left a few days ago for Iowa,
after a visit at the heme of Mr. Adams'
mother. Mrs. Anna Adams. After a
visit In Iowa they will proceed west.
Mrs. M. J. Slkes, who has been sick,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hopkins of St.
Louis are visiting Hampton relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins will cel
ebrate their golden wedding anniver
sary Saturday of this week.
Mrs. Anna Adams and daughter, Mrs.
Clara Holland entertained the follow
ing Sunday: O. M. Blsant and Mrs. G.
Hall of Moline, Mr. and Mrs. B. Silvis
and daughter Marguerite of Rock Is
land, Dr. O. M. Bisant of Logan, W.
Va., and H. B. Adams and sons Harold
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lee had as their
guests Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. August
Light of Pleasant Valley, Iowa.
Harry Lee has returned from a visit
with relatives at Patoka, 111.
Mrs. Anna Thompson is entertain
ing Mrs. Thomas Thompson pf Sioux
Mrs. John Hopkins was In Moline
Friday and attended a meeting of the
Relief Corps in that city, remaining
with friends there till Saturday.
J. W. Miller's brother, William, of
the Hillsdale neighborhood, was here
Mrs. Martha Odell is here from
Janesville, Wis., to remain awhile with
Mildred Cloidt. who has been for
several weeks visiting at Geneseo and
Utica, has returned home.
Mrs. M. E. Whitehead is home from
Seaton, 111., where she has been visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Ruey Buffum and
Mrs. Thornburg and son of Daven
port visited Sunday at the home of the
formers' cousin. R, B. Olmsted.
Craig Whltsttt of Davenport vlslte
Sunday at the home of his aunt, Miss
Mrs. Frank White and daughter and
Mrs. B. Little returned home Satur
day evening after a two weeks' visit
John McMeekln departed for his
home In Vivian, N. D., Tuesday, hav
ing been called here on account of the
serious illness of his mother.
James McMeekln of Nebraska came
Tuesday to see his mother, who has
been quite 111.
Mr. Allely of Montezuma, Iowa, ar
rived Monday to visit his sisters, the
Mesdames Walker and McMeekin.
Mrs. Albert Lindquist and children
returned to Sherrard after visiting at
the home of Mrs. Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cosner are enter
taining their daughter, Mrs. Jones of
Miss Mabel. Gustafson returned
home Saturday after spending a week
with Helen Cosner.
Miss Ruth Wainwright of Zuma Is
visiting with her grandma, Mrs. George
Miss Hazel Johnson, who has been
here several weeks, returned to her
home In Hillsdale.
Miss Thucie Hynes of Galesburg and
Edith Wylie of Coal Valley visited
this week with Mrs. Carl Woolenzein
Mrs. C. Coleman left Saturday for
a visit with her sister at Abingdon.
The Misses Gustafson left for a two
weeks' vacation from the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson are en
tertaining Mrs. Nelson's niece from St.
Mrs. Harry Cosner entertained her
brother from Chicago over Sunday.
Mrs. August Schleuter entertaine.l
a few of her friends Monday after
noon, the occasion being her birthday
Allen Ellingsworth of Geneseo is
visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Del Bailor of Gales-1
burg were callers at the home of Mrs. I
Fred Chidester Tuesday. They came
in to see Mrs. Bailor's sister, who is at
the Watertown hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard ODonnell of
Beardstown spent last week visiting at
the W. B. Keene home.
Miss Edna Johnson has returned
home from a visit at Galesburg.
Mrs. Emma Ellis has moved into her
new home lately purchased in Moline.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson and
son of Sioux City, Iowa, and Mrs. Mar
tha Odell visited relatives here this
W. G. Ausbrook of the hospital is en
joying a two weeks' vacation.
Rolla Schleuter, who was sick for
two weeks, is able to be up again.
Miss Jennie Coy and Robley Rose
have left for their home in southern
Illinois after a seven weeks' visit with
Mrs. Otto Peterson went to Port By
ron on a several days' visit with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pearsall.
The date of the chicken supper to
be given by the ladies of the Meth
odist church will be Wednesday,
Aug. 31. It will be given at the M.
W. A. hall.
Ross Trout met with what might
have been a serious accident Friday
morning through the leaking of a
gasoline stove. When he lit a match
there was an explosion. It ignited
the curtains and wall paper, and in
attempting to extinguish the flames
he was badly burned about the face,
hands and breast.
Mrs. Albert Guyer for several days,
returned heme last Wednesday.
The ball game last Sunday at Mars
ton was won by the Andalusia team,
4 to 1.
Mr. and Mrs. James Stevens, who
have been visitiD? at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. G. Thompson since last
Friday, returned to their home in Chi
Mrs. Ray Parmenter and children,
Gladys and Willard of Grinnell, Iowa,
came last Sunday to spend two weeks
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. John Walton and daughter of
Gage, Okla., came Tuesday to visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Louis
John Eichelberg of Cincinnati came
Monday evening to visit Mrs. Anna
Mounts. His daughter, Mrs. Fred
Wright, and two ihildren, of Memphis,
Tenn.,'lame last Friday.
John Huntley of Port Byron visited
Monday and Tsesday at the home of
his brother, Charles Huntley.
Misses Maud Robertson and Lou
Harris of Rock Island came Monday
evening to spend several days visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charle3
Mrs. T. E. Cole visited in Rock Is
land with her mother and sisters from
Sunday till Wednesday.
William Miers has gone to Minne
sota to visit his parents.
John Britton spent Sunday with
Mrs. Mert Myers of Elvira, Iowa, vis
ited from Sunday till Monday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Leeman.
Mrs. Charles Huntley and son, Rol
lin, spent a week in Rock Island visit
ing her sisters.
Mrs. Craiin and son of Cordova, who
were visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson of Twelfth street was
hostess to the Baptist Ladies' Aid so
ciety last Wednesday afiernoon at her
home. A large number of the mem
bers were in attendance. A larpo col
lection was taken in, and refreshments
Mrs. Fry and daughter of Freeport
are visiting at the home of A. Tubbs.
Mrs. Coon of Pittsburg, Pa., has re-
turr.ed home after a visit with her hua
Mr. McKnight, the new school prla
cipal, has moved into the residence oa
Eleventh ureet recently vacated by
W. H. Downing.
Several suspicious looking 6trangera
were found last Sunday evening trying
to break into Mr. Yoke's and Mr.
Margaret Leasure returned last
Tuesday finni a two weeks" visit in
Joslin and vkir.ity.
Charles Goodwin's fine new residenca
is about completed and Mr. Goodwin
and family will move in next week.
A large shade tree in Mr. Hughes'
front :nil on Sixth street was strurk
by lightning during the severe wind
storm whieii visited this section Wed
Frank L. McKcndrick and family
spent the past two wc ks camping and
fishing near Rock riv-r.
Stomach and Bowels in Good
Working Order Cause Removed
Biliousness and Constipation
Relieved Cause Removed
GOOD HEALTH AND CHEER
THE GREAT PAIN
Convenient to Take
Sure and Cuict Kesulu
did it wjrAm&
Ixok for the
10c and 25c
The Rock Island Furrier.
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