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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1C33.
Chickens at Kroegel's.
Hammond meats are best.
A merry Christmas to alL
Young St McCo nibs' tonight.
$15 salts only $9.75 at Goldsmith's.
Open until noon at McCabe Bros'.
Ducks and chickens at Schroeder's
Puck, chickens and turkeys at
Roast beef at Harry Smylhe'a this
Underwear almost given away at
Good chance at Young & Mc-
Fine plush caps from 65 cents up
at uoiusnmn s.
Bed Star will keep your silver
orignt ana new.
Cars to Milan after the show
Never such price-cutting as at Mc
Toys Toys. Cheap at Eckhart's
John Dauber is home from Peoria
to spend Christmas.
An elegant lino of sideboards at
U. O. IIu-kstedt a.
Open tomorrow until 12 o'clock,
neon, at McCabe Eros'.
A tiles lot of poultry at Schroe
der's market. Twentieth street.
Plan to take the children to bear
Dr. fekidmore Thursday evening.
Ak your dealer for Hammond
product. Tboyare unexcelled.
Tonight at Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
holiday goods at your own prices.
The Amis will observe Christmas
by suspend Subpublication tomorrow.
I'lenty of dressed chicken, tur
keys, ducks and geese at Hess Bros'.
Mclntyre-Ueck Co's. stores will be
opa till" 12 o'clock, uoon, Christmas
(Jo with the crowd to Eckhart's.
His prices and floods please every
Winter suits and overcoats of
every description must go at Gold
smith's. Miss Olga Junge has come home
from school at Omaha to spend the
ho! lit ays.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Willcrton left
last night fur St. Louis to spend
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lincoln have
(tone to Chicago to spend Christmas
Mr. and M's. Matthew Maroney,
of Pcorlu. are here to pass Christmas
Turkeys at Kroegel's market.
Sixth avenue between Fifteenth and
Trices shan't stand in the way of
moving holiday goods at Mc In tyre
Keck Co's. tonight.
The lowest pilces ever known on
holiday goods will rule at Mc I o tyre
Keck Co's. tonight.
Unpacked yesterday a big line of
sideboards and dining tables at Cle
tnann & Snlzniann's.
Toys, books, dolls, games, toilet
sets, etc., will go cheap tonight at
Young & Mi Combs'.
T. R. Harper has returned from a
8-months' prospecting tour of the
Cripple Creek country.
A sideboard would make a hand
some present. G. O. Huckstaedt is
selling them very cheap.
Mis Clara Keck, who is studying
dentistry in Chicago, is here to spend
Christmas with her parents.
Tlio Thirty club has issued invita
tatlonstoa dancing party at Indus
trial Home hall New Year's night.
Frank Haley, who is attending the
Iowa State University, is spending
the holidays with Rock Island rela
tives. Certificates for sparrow heads
have been Usned to: Oicar Jensen,
10; James Smith, 10; Clyde Ship,
A very large supply of everything
. nice for Christmas in tho eating line
at Nlssen's South Park grocery this
Just received 50 Oxford bibles. 30
F.vangeline, 10 Saraantha today at
McCabo'a Kros'. Will be sold cheap
Tho choicest line of smoking goods
and smoking articles a verv nice
display at the Arcade cigar store,
19)i Second avenue.
Plenty of choice dressed tnrkcys
with inwards drawn, very cheap "at
Nlssen's South Park grocery this
evening. Phono 1 28 1.
Come, come, coma with a hurrah
for bargains, for bargains, for bar
gains, sure tonight. Sdven o'clock
shsrp at McCabe Uros'.
Polls, bonks, toys, games, one
grand pell melt rush at yeur own
prices at Mclntyre-Keck Co's. tonight
' and tomorrow morning.
From now until Christmas I will
be open evenings, and furniture will
be sold at a great reduction. II. F.
Cordes. 1902 second avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blakesley and
sons, George and Theodore," are
spending Christmas with Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. ltlakslee, in Chicago.
Hook cases, ladies desks, side,
boards and dining room tables at
prices that make competitors- green
with envy at G. O. Huckstaedt's.
Members of the Rock Island Gro
cers' Protective association have
agreed to close their place of busi
ness tomorrow morning at 19 o'clock.
. lxokround and then call at G. O.
Huckstaedt's furniture store. He is
not afraid of competitors' prices.
i oa win una Dim always toe lowest.
Don't forget to plan to attend the
stereopticon lecture Thursday even
ing at r. M. C. A. ball by Dr. Skid
more, of Portland, Ore. Admission
J. C. Aold returned last night from
BeDnlogtoo, Kas. where he left hit
mother much improved, having been
summoned to ner bedside by her serl
The officers and teachers of the
Rock Island Industrial school have
arranged to give a dinner the Satur
day after New Yeara at the No. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Hara, of
Humphrey, Kas., are spending
mrisimas witn Airs. O Hara a par
ents,! Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Hodg
don. S112 Ninth avenne.
F. F. Parker, of Colorado Springs,
accompanied by his sisters-in-law.
aliases Grace and Laura Churchill,
is in the city to spend the holidays
with Mrs. L. H. Churchill.
Owing to the continued rains and
the consequent inability of many cus
tomers to linish their Christmas
trading, McCabe Bros', have decided
to keep their atore open tomorrow
Dr. George Merry man reached
home this morning from Chicago,
where his wife is confined in the
Presbyterian hospital preparatorr to
a serious surgical operation. The
doctor returns to Chicsgo tonight.
M. M. Steel has severed his con
nection with the local office of the
P no Tank Line companv. of which
bis son, M. A. Steel, is manager, and
returned to his old home at Little
Washington, Pa., for permanent res
Price cutting, price cutting, se
vere price cutting on all holiday
goods tonight at McCabe Bros'.
natch the clock 7 o'clock sharp
down they go, down, down. down, a
ball, a third, any price 7 o'clock.
Be there sure if vou want bargains
to remember a lifetime.
Price i cut down for this evening
at McCabe Bros'. Fifteen volumes
of great big Byrons, worth 15, Mc
Cabe's marked-down price $1.3;
now to close tonight only 75 cents.
Three sets Chamber's 10-volume en
cyclodedia, worth $5, McCabe'
price has been $12.50; tonight they
go at $5. Two hundred other books.
price cut right in the middle. Dolls
a half, a third and aome a quarter.
Toys for the asking tonight at Mc
PASSENGERS ARE INJURED
Two C-iaehta Coma Togathar In h Ruck
Two coaches being switched in the
Rock Island yards came together
with more force than customary
about 11 o'clock last night, and pas
sengers were thrown in all direc
tions, several receiving sligb,t injur
ies, inese are the injured:
Airs. J. L. I.ibberman, of Chicago,
lip cut; S. C. Cecils, of Nebraska
City. cut. on the top of the head; Ja
cob Nonnweiler. of Haytield. Iowa,
cut in the forehead and neck
sprained; Mrs. C. II. Ferguson, Lena,
III., badly shocked.
llie accident occurred while the
west and southwest-bound trains
were being made up. In some inex
plicable manner the link pin hold
holding the coach to the switch en
gine came out and let the coach
down the track at a lively rate col
liding with another stationed on the
main track. The damage to the
coaches was slight. The passengers
were injured mare from fright than
otherwise. Dr. S. C. Plummer at
tended those requiring his services.
XoOBf at MrComtM (lira Too Another Op
The rain continues to come, but
our goods continue to go. "It's an
ill wind," etc., and you are getting
the benefit oi the bad weather in our
cut and slash prices. Tonight you
can buy tho holiday goods we have
lelt lor almost a song. Come in and
see how cheap we are letting them
Job lot noils, big bargains, your
pick for 25 cents.
Magic lantern, 25-ccnt kind, to.
night 10 cents.
Baby buggies 19 cents and other
goods in proportion.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Matthias
Schncll will occur from St. Joeph's
cnurcn rriuay morning at 9 o clock.
etial Busbno died at his re si
denre, 3703 Twelfth avenne. at 8:30
last evening of consumption. He
was tb years of age and is survived
by a wife and six children two
daughters and four sons. The fun
eral arrangements are incomplete.
Evory Ulrl la Har -rrrn"
Needs at times a safe and . gentle
tonic to counterbalance the extra
drains on the physical and nervons
system. oa-r nor, woman friend.
will give health and freshness for
weakness and palor. Sold by T. II
Thomas and Marshall & Fisher.
Rains, frobably changing to sno
Wednesday; very little change in
temperature, except colder by
Wednesday evening; light variable
winds. Today's temperature. 32.
r. j. vialz. Observer.
Exposure to cold, damp winds may
result in pneumonia unless the sys.
tern Is kept invigorated by Hood's
Subscribe for Turn A sat.
Brings combrt and Improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lets expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy. Syrup of Figa
Its excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the wrme, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
And tho best line of
Canned and Bottled
goods in the city.
And Tuefday, Dec.
23 an'd 24, any
Come early before
they are all gone.
Nearly all sizes.
Made arrangements a long
time ago to be
At Taylor's A grain
As be has for several seasons
past. You know what that
means that everything will
be there to make the little
BETO-TAYLOR im get.
1719 SECOND AVENUE.
BUI of I
4 Fare I
1 FOR 3 I
Barney & Berry's
Skates! ' Skates!
GET YOUR SKATES ON
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
The Confectioner mart uludy to rratify
both. HisCand'es should be good taar
irg, neat and pure. Our Ter-precnt
thought and constant endeavor U to pro
duce the moft tasteful and artistic, aa well
as the most anbsttntii and nnadaiterable
Cnd j made
Krell & Math
Say your choice
Is almost unlimited in Con'retionery.
especially dcr ug Holilay time, for we
are not only abreast of other confection
ers, but ahead of them. All sorts of Can
dies and Chocolates for Christmas in fancy
boxes, baskets, buckets and barrels. In
the manufacture of our Candies we sedu
lously avoid the poisonous coloring that
so often results in the disasters we fre
quently read about. Our Candies are al
ways freh and made daily. They are
healthy and pure, and yon need not to be
afraid to let your children tat to the r
heart's content or the candies made and
krell & Math.
Carries anl Bakery Oaods.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second At.
Trees and Trimmings for Trees
an endless variety.
Here's an Opportunity
To get what yon want at Just-what-you-want-to-pay-price.
Men's all wool Suits $7.50, $10 and $12.50.
Men's Fine Beaver Overcoats $7.38. dandies at
Tour pnrse will open qnickiy
Hats; worth $2.50 of anybody's
They are plentiful everywhere, but just think of the price yon have to pay at exclusive shoe slorej. Compare them with the tt 4K.
and yoa will readily understand why we are having such a big rnn in oar ehoe department.
You have the money we have the goods. We want the money because we have a fair equivalent to offer for it. Yon want our goods
too, they are the kind always in demand. You'll find an advantage in trading with us, for we are not only determined to please, bat to excel.
I nrnarf nnii ET!nsv.. 1
. v.,uunr, oiorc in ine county.
Until further notice our store will be open evenings till 9 p
7C9 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock
WITH A RUSH
One week's work must be done in two days and do it
we will if the lowest prices count for anything. To
day and tomorrow we will sell 25 Fnr Capea with Mar
ten collars, value $25. at $12.50; SO new Jackets, best
styles, worth $12.60, at $7.50; 40 new Jackets, worth
$6.98 and $7.50. at $5; also 75 full 8-vard Dress Pat
terns at only $1.95. Bargains here today and tomor
row for the asking..
BOOKS AND GAMES.
We are selling such as Rock Island never saw be
fore. 15c games. 8c; 30c games, 18o; 48o games, 25c,
etc. Best 38c, 50c and 68c games you ever saw.
Thousands of children's Books, splendidly illus
trated. 3c, 5c, 7c, 11c, lie, etc.
Toys have got to eo. The prices will move them.
White enameled Dressers, worth $3. at $1.98.
White Bedsteads, worth $1.50, at 93o.
Hardwood Cradles, 24c.
Bureaus, ereat big ones, only 98c.
Dolls at almost any price lc and up.
Special big line of big Dolls at 25c.
30 Japanese, 3-panel screens complete, redy for
nse, at 75c, value $2.25.
Clemann & Salzmann are always awake to the requirements
of the hour and the year. They are making a special effort
on Holiday presents-giving the public the best that can be
had for the least money. Here are a few suggestions for
you in selecting
A SUITABLE PRESENT:
Fancy rocking chair.
Don't forget that
mental as well as useful articles that, would be very .
acceptable. Largest assortment in the three cities, and
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street.
when yon gaze upon those Swell
money, at $1.37.
Pi ' xl J
we have many other handsome and orna
Children's Suits at 99c,
Boys' Overcoats at $2.98, $3.98 and $5.
S3c is our price for that Ribbtd Underwear, Identically ths
same as others charge 59c for. at 33c.
Umbrellas make splendid presents. Ton can have
the 62c English gloria or the 93c gloria silk ones at
small outlay. $2.50 Cmbrellaa at $1.62. and the $3
line at $1.98.
Hundreds of them, worth 25o and 28c, at 10c and
15c; Handkerchiefs worth S8c and 42c. at 25c; 50o
Handkerchiefs, S5c and SSc. Special display of silk
Handkerehiefs at 5c, 10c, 15c, etc.
75 nice Mufflers at 5c; Mufflers at 10s, lfc. 253. 48c
68c. 98c. etc .
Handsome Persian silk Mufflers, worth $2 at tl 25
and values worth $2.50 at $1.75.
The best Kid Gloves at 75c, $1, $1.22, etc. With
each pair of Kid Gloves at $1 and over we "give a
handsome silk handkerchief free. Two presents for
the price of one.
The Dress Goods business here is phenomenal
Wonderful values at wonderfully low prices mark our
A Side board,
Set of chairs,
Or a bed room set.
$1.50 and $248.
116 to 124 Eighteenth Street