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THE ABguq-rgBlPAT, MAltCHTlS. 1CC8.
8m Adams new ad.
II. A K. for tma shoes.
Money to loan by Bald Bros.
Buy your bicycle at McCabe's.
Beecher bat wheat for chicken.
The bait broom Lee's LitUe Gem.
Balk and eaa oysters at Hess Bros,
rraah eggs 10 cents a dotaa at
Road race tomonow McCabe's
Three-dollar corduroy rests f 1.C9.
Boy smoked meats aad lard at H.
Choice eating apples and straw
berries at Hess Bro
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
L Tremann's Sons'.
If yon want to sell yoor property,
list it with Rei.ly Bros.
Those 2 shoes in black or tan at
M. 4k K's. are a bargain.
Sea the tan shoes M. & K. have
placed on sale at $3.60.
- Men. try Adams' $3 needle toe.
calf shoe. It is a beauty.
Bicycle suits, hose, sweaters, belts,
caps, ate. at The London.
Baby shoes 18 cents at the Fourth
avenue shoe store 1501.
Seeing is baying those tan shoes
M. K. are selling at 3.50.
Adams is tha leader In men's shoes
thla season. Look in and see.
Hare you seen that nobby line of
spring overcoats at M. ft K's?
This is the last week of our special
sale of $5 pant. The London.
Remember, this is positively the
last week of Msuckrrs' tea sale.
Tha 12.50 needle toe for men is
allrlght. Try a pair. At Adams'.
Look in our show window for $5
nits, shirts and rests. The London.
A special sale of fine neckwear at
M. dt K's. tomorrow. Better attend.
'Black astrachan capes worth $12.
while they last each at McCabe
Misses dongola shoes 75 cents; only
few pair left. Fourth avenue shoe
You'll want a spring suit. Do yon
know It will pay yon to call at M.
Tomatoes, parsley, encumbers,
beets, celery and new potatoes at
Sit hundred dollars will bur sis
lots in South Tark it taken at 'once.
The greatest line of new spring
till and soft hats. Prices right.
Head lettuce, spinach, radishes,
onions, oyster plant ami cauliflower
at liens tiros'.
There will be a special sale of fine
neckwear at M. A K's. tomorrow.
Will yon attend?
D. Kaj-! will serre an oyster sup.
per at his place.1929 Second avenue.
Richard Lloyd has returned from
Lake City. Minn., where he has been
tna past tnree months.
Remembt-r Beecher's flour sale. A
present with every sack nnlil 9
o'clock tomorrow night.
M. A K. are going to have a ape-
eiai saie oi nae neckwear tomorrow.
Are you going to attend?
Buy your fresh and smoked meats
ana au-agrs at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Husllty always the best.
Two hundred boys' and girls' blcy.
cle caps worth 19 rents, 5 cents each
at McCabe Hroa'. tomorrow.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl.
and bridge this morning was .S3 and
rising; the temperature S3.
By your shoes tomorrow at the
fourth avenue shoe store: von can
aava s ana AO cents a pair.
Walt for GrUwoId A Co. Monday,
if you contemplate buying a wheel.
You may get one for nothing.
wti lard, spare ribs, sausage
meat, pigs' leet, pork aboolders and
pork loins at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Don't blame as if you don't get
one of those $5 salts; this is your
last chance at them. Tha London.
The funeral of Mrs. A. Loeb will
be held from the late home at 9
o'clock Sunday morning, instead
II yon wsnt to get value for your
saoaey trade at tha stores of W. C. A
E. L. Maucket; they cannot be nn.
Remember the bakery sale at Harts
A Ullemeyer's drag store by the la
uivsoi mo nrst issptist church to
Wild ducks are coming in market.
although the present cold anap has
taghest HonorsWorld' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar tWdar. Free
Vara aamnt, Atom or any other sduRerant,
temporarily stopped their flight
Last week of $5 anit sale. By Sat
arday night they will all be cone
then you will be sorry yon did not
get one. The London.
For a nice uble drink every family
abould have Black Hawk spring
water, carbonated or plain, as far
nished by Carse A Ohlweiler.
Last day of McCabe's cycle show
tomorrow. Last chance to coma in
on the 20th century lamp, tha 6 per
cent discount or tha free bicycle bell.
Ladies' tans 3. Sea them. They
are very handsome for the price. A,
B. C and D widths, needle toe. new
color, soft as a glove. Tha Boston.
Miss Eva A. Merry departed this
morning for her home at Ogdeasbnrg,
New York, after an extended visit
with her auat, Mrs. A. J. Whitney.
John Scheuermann, carpet weaver,
now located at 2705 Eighth avenue,
still solicits the patronage of his
friends. All work guaranteed first
Manckers' cash stores is the place
to buy feed corn. SO cents per bushel;
hay 40 cents per bale, bran 6 J cents
per cwt., chop feed 79 cents per 100
Get a pair of those $1.75 ladies'
tans in lace or button high shoes be
fore they are all gone. Yon never
saw their equal for the price, $1.75.
Sugar cured hams . 9 cents per
pound, picnio hams 6 cents per
pound, bacon 7) cents per pound at
II. Tremann's Sons'. Every piece
Mauckers' tea sale has been a
grand success, that is for the people.
oecause mey know a good thing
when it is offered in good faith by
the Maucker boys.
French rolls. Boston brown bread.
doughnuts, pies and cakes at the bak
ery sale at Ilarts A Ullemeyer's drug
s.ure, corner intra avenue ana Twen
tieth street, tomorrow.
A telegram from the factorr to
McCabe Bros', says we can have 25
more or mote nao bicycles here by
March 25. Secure ono by a $5 de
posit at the cycle show tomorrow.
John Stapp, the gardener of South
Rock Island, had a lively runaway
near Fourth avenue and Eighteenth
street this afternoon. The wagon
was badly damaged and vegetables
were strewn along the street.
M. E. Mcllenry, the well known
Freeport driver, will handle Monroe
Salisbury's string the comi ng season.
Alix. Azote, Directly and MissCreigh
ton have been sent to Freeport, where
they will be put into training.
Another lot of those $1 strap san
dais, bow and buckle, misses' shoes,
patent tip. $1. Baby shoes 20 cents.
SO cenU, 35 cents and 0 cents.
Men's $1.50 shoes which are not
equaled anywhere. The Boston.
Now is the time to order your gas
stove. Trices $6.75 and np. The
$6.75 store Is the same pattern as the
gasoline stove that regularly will
sell for over $20. Call at the Peo
ple's Power company's office and in.
W. J. Kerr can make yon disconnts
on neany all the wheels be has. Yon
need not join a club or bnv a quan
tity to get it. One wheel will get it
just as well as a dozen. Anything
you want in the sundry line as cheap
as .ne cueapesv.
Chester N. Hanson's reading of
"logomar" waa enjoyed by a critical
audience at the United Presbyterian
church last evening. Mr. Hanson is
a clever and commanding talker with
a rare conception of his subject and
migm weii oe classed among the
leading monoiogisis oi nis day.
Now we are informed that no one
residing in the Shamrock house par
ticipated in the free-and-easy battle
fought near there the, other after
noon, yjar informant who is evi
dently an occupant of the Shamrock
sara the scrap was between a nelob.
boring lady, her two boys and two
W. J. Kerr's are not the only
wheels, but for the money who can
beat them? Who has a better wheel
than the Ben Hur and Dayton? The
Crescent speaks for itself having
oeen soia nere tne last three or four
years. Then show me anyone who
nas a urawiora -.net is not satisfied
with It. Call and see them.
Mac Stewart and A. Araah, of Ox
ford Junction, Iowa, passed through
Rock Island today en route tor a
southern pleasure trip. Their goods
ana camp supplies were shipped to
renerson uuj, mo., irom which
point they go south. They expect to
oa gone aoont aix months, bat will
confine most of their hunting to Ar
xansas ana Missouri.
At McCabe's tomorrow, remnants
of silks and dress goods. Including
serges, Henriettas, fancy black
weaves and all the choicest novelties
in colored goods, waist lengths.
skirt lengths, ends of silks for trim
ming purposes, etc., in many cases
enough lor lull waists. Tomorrow
wa will sell them all, none kept
back, at one-half price, just one-half
the already low prices at which ther
are marked. McCabe Bros'.
"Mamma" thn anm Cfilt cmmvl an.
ionsry at bis dam "tbe chestnut Ally
wants toe to ran away with ber tbe
aext time we go driving together.
am tooaea aown shyly.
-What shall I mjV
Tbe mare bridled up.
"Tub to her. mv ra mA -!..
gently, '.Neigh, neigh, Pauline! "
And. with a horse laugh, they re
sumed tbe dianuiinn rt k.t. t i
i fwiau Times and
Sabaerlba for Taa Aaeca.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantefforta
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actum dis
ease, but aimplv to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, isympor rigs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with miUionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia rig syrup co. only ana sola by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health.
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
When in need of any
choice garden or grass
seeds go to Hess Bros.,
where you can get the
best varieties of bulk
seeds, as follows:
Lawn Grin, while Clover,
Ken ncky Blue Grate,
Bed CI jver, Timothy.
VEGETABLES . .
Swett Peas and Kaatartlom
Seeds In talk.
Saturday, March 14.
One lot of button, needle 1 7C
toe, all solid
One lot of lace, needle toe, 1 "C
all solid l.fO
bee our new needle lace, as Q flfl
soft as a clove, new color. ' w.UU
AND TOUR OLD
C. C. TAYLOR'S
mi gscoaro avenue.
ALL STYLES and SIZES.
Nona Better Every
stove sold on a posi
tive guarantee. Call
and examine tha -
LARGEST A3TD BEST
stock of Stoves in
tha three cities at
1615-1617 Second Ayenue.
JSJuis to Crack
Brazils Nuts. . .
All fresh and new and at prices
that will surely make them go.
' Take home a pound for the little '
ones to crack, or if you want to
make a nut cake we have
walnnta, all kalres. PletacUot greea.
Pecans, all ha Tea. Jordoa Almond.
Filbert, all whole. Selected Almonds.
Bkkor ahellbarks. Blanched Almonds,
Black Walsuto. Selected Ftaaata.
Braalla. a) e
We are the only store in the
three cities handling shelled
KRELL & MATH
NOT SDPPL'ES ui FIICT BUIIC
Phono 1156. 1716-1718 Second Are.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
mReck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island. HL
1 I- Aggressive Up-to-Date Sellino;.
Mora of the ajrpressive up-to-date selling of reliable
merchandise that has stamped this busy store as Rock
Waad'a Bargain Center. -
The best lines of perfect fitting Corsets in Rock Isl
and will be on sale thia week. 75c Corsets 60c, 91
Corsets 75c, $1.25 Corsets $1, $1.50 Corsets $1.S5.
'As a special offer for this week, with each Corset at
75c or over, we will give a corset cover free.
IX' 'ISi S ',' Drawer-, tkree lucks and beet! tuff.
At ST fSSf ? 1?' '2" row? cJo tocke. nice Hamhnrg edge.
-4,VSm nUT T ta"d"l3r UcM 4 embroider? trlm
Gowns. it? tiSV?ll?Z!?' T,'y nn SMed.
brod.T2STaf ST- hTe" ,Bcta
ltaAi2l.f5;iI!2S? S? ' amat neldinf the Baptis, of text mm -im,
seaatif ally trimmed in aeweet -.mbrolduy, ralnee us to S4.SS.
fs'Si hSE00 p,!,flDtot,ro akt, worth ssc, SSc
L"?'?" all wool graj Blanket-, worth $5 TO. at tsj
Bee Comfort at ate, SSc and t&Cwotth njto $l.etT
In Underwear and Hosiery. CMld'a wool Underwear,
broken Iinea to be closed out piled together at halt
price or less. 15c, 25c, 8 So for values from 36c to 89c
Women's Union Suits, tha $1, $1., $1.60 and $1.75
lien's all wool, fancy aad natural gray Shirts and
Drawers, value $1. $1.85 and $1.60. at 75c
25 dozen women's full regular made fast black cot
ton Hose, spliced heels and toes. 22e value at 16o, or
two for 25c
50 dozen wiwu'i fell Snae Boa la taa. Hack aad belbrlfxan, at
10c. Think of a-eatellocatluc.
or sJJt "Uk btac UuM- ,"u tsfalar mafe.S valaes. ttc,
wea'e Merino Hoe, worth fSe. at 15c. or for SSc
ChJdl (eat Mack, heave nbfeed Hoee, only 10a.
Gent-' all tinea.
At IV, 60) faacr embroidered hiadkerchiefr. Tarr nra'tr stoma.
motij c onei, at 19c each, or X fur j"'""- T Prty sryms,
i.ut.i . .
at lw eeh. or SI for a hair dosn. "
nn c V1 boMnM handkerohiel. wnrth eptoScatVcerSlorSe.
sT bordere. haiMlkeichlere, wonh iy to isi ttmitttm
Better hny nlHtens sow, em for next rear nae.
At Sr. black Sixanr Mitten, worth up to tsr..
At l&c, heat Sazenr and Coral Tarn Mitten, worth nn to ISe.
76 Plecee womena rich b'ack eUk M Itten. rain "5c. at S6c.
T ANN SO poanda Mack German fcniular w orated. ikJ,n
600 akeina flMall wool taiulaf -araTpec aketaMT
Balmy spring will soon be here and you will want to
pick out that new carpet and have it put down. When
the warm days come the rush will come with
them, so come now and look over our im
mense line of Carpets and Mattings the finest that
have ever been shown in this vicinity.
Our magnificent line of new, and novel Parlor
Furniture is not approached by any display of the past
Bed Room Suites in all woods and
We are determined that if variety and assortment to
select from will be any inducement to you, we are at
least entitled to a call. Don't delay, the earlier you come
the bitter you will be satisfied. Have the goods laid
aside for future delivery.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
Furnishers for the Rich and the Poor.
Tis An Ill-Wind That Blows Nobody Some Good."
Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co. DOLLARS for 50c
The firm of Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co., corner Market and Adams streets,
Chicago, manufacturers of Men's Fine Clothing, busted a few weeks ago'
. & K.
Were on hand and bought the cream of this New SDrini? Stock at about half
price. Already have these goods been received and await your inspection.
Every garment is a Union-Tailor-Made, which insures perfection in fit as weli
as trimming and workmanship You'll be surprised to see ths Fine Suits we
are selling for a mere trivial.
Under ordinary circumstances we could not begin to buy the raw material at
the price we are selling these suits complete. Thus it is an ill-wind that blows
nobody some good. Twas an ill-wind for K., S. & Co,; but our customers
are gettiirj the coed. ;