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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
1 1UOAV, SEPTEMBER 27, 19rr:
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(For This Good Reason)-
Early buying of Autumn clothes means much to you. Means chcice from o,ur great complete stocks, means getting the color
you want, the pattern you like best, your size and prompt delivery. It means buying at your leisure, means your conven
ient trading. We are ready for you with the largest and finest showing of good clothes ever gathered under one roof in
the tri-cities. Such makes as
Hart SchafFner y Marx, Society Brand,
Yorkshire Clothes, Clothcraft Clothes,
and other well known makes at ft A OC
a range of easy prices at from 4?AvJ.llJ
Fall Overcoats and Raincoats, too.
You will be both surprised and delighted at our superb showing, for it reflects the time we have spent and effort we have
made to bring to Rock Island the best clothing this country affords. The "Best" to our notion is none too good for Rock
Island people and especially Mosenfelder patrons. In this good clothes show, you'll see the smart London modes, Business
Men's models, College clothes, in a host of superb new all pure woolens. We ask your inspection of this good clothes show
knowing that you will agree with us when we tell you that this exhibit represents the maximum degree of artisans' skill,
brains and energy, in the production of masterful apparel.
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Eyster Burton Narrowly Es
capes Injury When Door
at Empire Collides..
working two dayg out of the week, it
being impossible to obtain cars for
Sixtefn-) car-old Eyster Burton, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Allurt Burton, 2810
Kifth-atid a half uvi tiue, escaped seri
ous injury from Dying glauM o.ily
through a miracle yesterday after
noon at 4 o'clock, when one of the
heavy plate g a& doors at the Km
plre theatre swung out and crashed
in'o the lad who was standing Just!
outside, in the lobby. The heavy j
crystal hub oinipb-lely shattered, and
w ith the ruins lying on all sides of j
him, the boy did not even sustain a j
Kymer Is paper carrier, and wisl
il g to while away a few moments, j
ptehsed his fuee dote to the glass.
in on iTort to catch the sweet strains,
which were coining from the stage.
With his entiro attention concentrated j
upon the music wtthi:). he entirely
forgot that someone was likely to
Buy a home of Reldy Broa.
For express, call William Tref.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
New cranberries at Kuschmann's.
New sauer kraut, a quart 10 cents,
Kerler Kug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug-makiog.
Our B. B. serge at $33 la the best
value ever offered. J. 3. Ziwmer's
Flash lights and electrical novel
ties. Charles Fiebig, 1619 Third
biz per cent farm mortgagee. LJt
ten & Koberis, People's Nation J bank
Milan artesian water, approved by
city and state, delivered daily,
i :ione West 1770.
How about a nice warm blanket or
comforter? If you need any the place
to go is the Mill store.
estimates on your plumbing, steam
and hot water heating that will save
Sewing machines repaired and war
ranted for one year. Supplies for all
machines. Fiebig, locksmith, 1619
A fireproof safe In the house or etore
is a necessity. We have them from
12 up. Fiebig, lecksmitih. 1619
BartUtt Bros.' teas, coffee, spice
extracts and baking powders have n
equal. One thousand people are or
dering fiom us daily. Follow the
Try Ualph Stanton's Club Smoker
first for pennants, alio full Hue of
His shop has all modern equipments.
Everything in dumbing supplies.
A delicious spread on your ot
biscuits or cakes. Our pure extracted
honey; sold to you la bulk or Jars,
any amount, 13 cents a pound. Call
us up, we will call for your jars and
fill them. Kuschraan's, Phone 988.
Math's bakery ;sd confectionery
tore, the finest la the trl-citles.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be beat. Most
teopie say they are superior to any
home baking. Let them serve yon.
W. li. GanBert's candy factory,
ltock Island's most important indus
try. Chocolates, creams and cara
mels are sold by all hrst class con-
wur Kraut is made or oest selected , 4 cents, or we w ill fill your jars at
i cabbage and cured right; a quart 13 cents a pound. Phone us. Our
: 1 cents, at Kuschman s.
we. u, n-ey eBi, ana domes- fBCtloners and grocers. Call tor
tic cigarB. Gansert's and get the purest and best
The frost is on the pumpkin; makes . , .. . . n
vr kii, . . The popularity of Bleuer's in all
you think you want, some corn to pop; . , . , ., .M
1Q11 . "7 jewelry is on account of the wide va-
1911 crop rice corn sure pop a pound, . . ' . .. A s u
- i , o- riety of patterns carried in stock
o cents; six pounds, 2o cents, at . .. 1 . -i j
trDwmo. .",. from which selection is ea6ily made
Kuschman b. , . . . ,. .. ,
I to suit the taste of each Individual
Have you seen those rugs at the j at prices uniformly low. 1702 Sec
Mill store? If you haven't better call ( cna avenue,
and see them while they last. Re-j
member we have them at $169 and on : Everyone's favorite; there's no
up to $3.50. ' four that has such a strong hold in
the homes of this city as Winged
Horse Eaco Flour. Its splendid bread
making qualities have won for it this
position of trust. Battles Co. are ex-
j Pur extracted honey, any quantity, '
pint Mason Jars each 25 cents; quarts, j
i nilmbpr !H IClliir'hTnan'o Drua,v
emerge fiom the theatre, as th show;
was almost over, and when just that! CuaL . The Rock Island Souders Laundering company at
thing did h;uP ti. the boy was taken : r uel cou 'u' wl" oe"vr Jou aji .lioti- luumuaurj
unawares Manager Io lv, who ran lue ut"1 araaes oi nara ana sort coal, j ery i.iwi moa-
rt when the ouxh came.'sUted that gtrscker & Lewis, wnole.ale and re- ! ncnry. turning out work that
the custom of boys hanging ! tall ents for Sanltas the washable ! nyUunur'la
iiivuiiu in inr iolum . uuu Mduumfs uj wan covering tor ancneng ana Lath'
ngaiuxt the doors is quite common. ; room a
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""""o. i"-, out or tne cnoiceat select lumber and
: padlock and have your door keys you wlu be surprised and yet pleas-
nid- Charles Fiebig. 1619 Third ta to learn the low prices they ara
i avenue. ; uiaking.
! Call anl see our line of tennis flan-1 T. 8. O'Hara. tour and feed .tnr.
big tradd on aiock and
jured ia only due to good luck.
Mueller Lumter company will en
i able you to build a fine house or barn
the present ti.ne. an the mines are only j
Coal Cbmba in Price.
The wholesale pi ice of domestic coal
has udvanced i'.'i ents per ton on the
hi.nl mark.t. owing to the heavy de-! nel and bannelette. it will pay jou to la having a
m.ind. due to the present cool spell..100 beiore buying elsewhere. The poultry food. Dr. Hese' stock food
There is a pronounced xhortage at thei'11' atore. j for horBes, cattle, hogs, aheep and
Ward & McMahon will give you ! all kinda of poultry. It make the
beca lay every aay.
Dunsmore ana O'Connefl smoke
house and billiard parlors, corner of
Twentieth etreet and Fourtn ave
nue. Every brand of good cleara and
!all kinds of smokers' supplies.
Kain and Reinfcarct cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron
ized. Everything in tobaccos, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
Phil. S. Wilcher, the leading tin
nd ehft metal worker. It will pay
jcu to le-rn about the Weir furnace.
; H a i r Stops Falling, Dandruff
Disappears-25 Gent "Danderine"
tionaiista. vour Hair!
Beautify It! Invigorates Tour Scalp! Dan
derine Grows Hair and We Can Prove It.
lil, after an application through your hair, taking one email
to the horn ru e b11 ""d a single s,racd at a ,ime- The act ' Imme-1 1: turn the reputation of giving you
iomioi iFPfc-r a lcx.se or falling "d uiain-your balr will be j the greatest heat and conaumea
1 nl,n "IIP lichl. fluffv and wavv and hav nr. nlnnt .hlf l. mu!
i.or.itcti. !St vi S oi hcd, oui
c-ctenant agiir.st lior.i'i most, will be
i.s the women's doctcrav. when you will
"d cxt iifci-. ely today ij, fine and downy
liter cities in the l'niter.v new hair
Burnett Elected LendoPwm immp.
Only place in town you can et the
famous Milwaukee rye and pumper--nickel
broad is at Battlea & Co. It;
appearance of abundance; an incom
parable luster, softness and luxuri-
, ance. the beauty and shimmer of true
j Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
' Danderine from any drug store or
j loiiet counter, and prove to yourself
Vnur h i ir .nl. rht .. v. -. . . i-. . . .
tett t.xlay was elated lord isu'a Vri7,Zl '.. 7 ' " kmf' pluuD1115- 6tam na
, . . . u ,l"d. brittle pretty and soft an hit ht It has l-rt .i h..t! ... ui.
K., ra, . . . 1 " " " . - - i O.
e'otn witn;itn neglected or injured by careless t c fhcicct knowledge of the business
-aw it: treatment tnat'a alL 'justly entitles Urn to your patronage.
elusive agents. $1.50 per 49-pound
M. E, Iglehart marble and granite
works save you the middleman's
profits. From 16 to 25 per cent saved
on every monument and all kinds of
monumental work. Call at our shop
on Second avenue and see for your
self. The Rock Island Lamuer and Man
ufacturing company, lumber and
building material for all purposes,
houses, barns, granaries. We will
give you an opportunity to save a big
uer cent. Let us be of service to
Your Sunday dlnaer will be the
better for a little shopping at Battles
& Co. Coffee that is the bee-) One
sip and then your verdict if it isn't
better than any you've been buying
for the same price, no matter where,
send it back.
Tetley's Teas We are gaining
ground very fast in the popularity of
this tea; for lovers of tea with a
heavy body it is unsurpassed. Comes
in tin packages, thereby retaining all
the flavors as grown in the gardens
of Ceylon and India. Battles &. Co.
We are the leaders for up to date
laundry work. Each shirt finished
by hand and put up in a carton in
suring work. Delivered to you in
good condition. We guarantee no
cracked collars or cuffs. City Steam
laundry. Reid & Bollman, 417 Sev
it. made in the good eld German way
and is fu I of nutriment. You ought
to try it aud see how good it is.
for the term
No Atcohol or
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BLUFFED AND WON.
A Scheme That Enabled Two to Rid
on One Ticket. i
There were two comedians who had
been stuck In a village near Canton,
with Cleveland many a mile away.
And the first comedian, being the more
witty of the two and being, further
more, what they call the "feeder" of
the team, says be:
"What'll we do next?"
"I'll tell yon let's count the house."
They emptied their pockets and
found tbnt by squeezing a cent or two
they could manage to buy a ticket to
Cleveland one ticket They did it and
started forth, the two grown men. on
a single piece of pasteboard. Of course
the conductor kicked.
"There'a only one ticket here." he
"That's mine." said one of the actors.
"You lie it's mine,'' put in the other
"Well, you can't both ride on one
ticket" said tue conductor. "I'll have
to put one of you off the train."
"Me me!" squealed the actors In
chorus. "Put me off go ahead and do
It 1 spoke first"
"Well. I can't do It here, but one of
yon must get off at the next station."
But three local stations passed, and
the conductor didn't come back. As a
matter of fact, he never appeared until
Just before Cleveland was reached.
"I think somebody's a grafter." he
remarked in passing, "but my orders
are to take the safe side when there's
a possibility of mistake. Good night
I can lick either one of you If I ever
see you again!" Cleveland Plain Deal
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The New Nor
folk or Neat
The one. big hit of the season for the boys is the
"Extra Pants Suits.". These extra pants suits are by
no means new but th ey have proven the most prac
tical because the extra pair of trousers doubles the
life of the suit. We show them in both the double
breasted and the swell Norfolk styles. The woolens
are extra fine, the making high class and and the
prices low, from
$5.00 to $6.50
Ages 4 to 18
Big display of Russian suits,- Sailor styles for school
and dress wear at $3.50 tp $5.00. Advance showing
of boys' and little fellows' overcoats in the swell
est models ever shown in this store. Our splendid
values and high class service will impress you.
Bring the lads here any day thi3 week and leave the
rest to U3.
FOOTBALLS FREE . WITH BOYS' SUITS