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THF. A RWTP. MONDAY. TF('EMBBrt T; 18fHV
We Respectfully Announce to the public of Rock Island and Vicinity that we are Now
SELLING OUT our Entire Stock of
Why king high price, he rays everything is go
ing up, but he wouldn't say so if he tcok a look at
our list, as we have some things to cut on right
along. Note the following and be convinced:
Canned Tomatoes, 2 cans for.. 15
Crackers, per pound 5s
New Yorlff Buckwheat, per sack 25c
Gold Dust, per package 17Jc
Gunpowder Tea, per pound 21c
Young Hyson Tea, per pound. 2Cc
Chow Chow, per bottle 9c
Package Coffee, per package. 17Jj
Buttermilk Soap, per box 'Jc
Six quarts dried Peas 25c
Catsup, per bottle 8o
Sour Picklca, per gal 19c
Prunes, per pound fc
Ginger (snap, per pound 6c
Four quarts brown beans 25c
Corn Starch, per package Co
YOUK3 FOR CASH,
'Phone 1327. 2700
GREATEST QALE OF QMS
Ever inaugurated commences at ADAMS'
SjrnuttiDArsr, dec. 5.
-A-TTTJEZDA.--, ZDEJC 12.
Without reserve every pair of shoes goes In this
wonderful sale at
20 Per Cent Discount
acd this means:
HOc for a $1 Shoe.
(1 for a 11.25 Shoe.
$1.20 for a tl-50 Shoe,
$1.60 for a 2 Shoe,
We shall spII L-W first q-ialiry Rubier for
25c; same, l.i Stor Kt.bb-irs at .-9c. No old
stock or shelf wor.i good, but the nattiest and
up-to-date k-nd y.u wH receive Bring your
cash and save m. ney. A great llae of Holiday
Slippers. Nin-. f-r Mock to select from at
ADAMS', the bargain giver.
P AM P
It is our intention to go out of business, and every article in our store is marked away down to prices that will move the goods.
AVOID THE RUSH. Our store is packed with purchasers during the afternoon hours, and we would advise all that can so arrange it. to come In
the forenoon. We can show goods to better advantage, and wait on you in a more satisfactory way by so doing.
REMEMBER, OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND COMPLETE, a..d at this time of. the year, while other merchants arc getting a prof, we arc sell
ing at a great loss. This will be readily perceived and taken advantage of by every shrewd purchaser.
Can Pumkin, 2 cans for 15c
Peabcrry Coffee, per pound ... 25c
Large box Stove Polish 6c
Pound can Mackerel, per can.. 9c
Star cleaned Currants, 2 pk. for 15c
Japan Tea 21c
Quart bottle Bluing 8c
Clothes Pins, per dozen lc
3 bars Santa Claus Soap 25c
Six quarts dried Beans 25c
20-oz. Baking powder and pail . 24c
Canned Apple Batter 9c
Surgum Molasses, per gallon. .. S9c
2-gallon Pail Syrup 44c
Raisins, per pound 8c
Holland herring, per keg 74c
$2 for a 2 50- Shoe.
$2.40 tor a $3 Shoe.
13 20 for a 4 Shoe,
14 for a 5 Shoe.
TIRED OF WEDDED LIFE-
Twj More D.o-oe Suite Hegna la tbe Clf-
Alice L. Swan, who says she was
married at Molino March 30, 1S92, to
Burton Swan, has instituted divorce
proceadings in the circuit court
through her attorney, C. J.
Searle. She charges desertion.
They have two children. Myrtle May,
agea 4 years, and Nellie Alberta,
aed 2 "years. Mrs. Swan alleges
that her husband has contributed
hardly anything toward the support
ot herself and children since their
marriage, and that during the nst
tew months she has been obliged to
exist on the charity of relatives and
friends. Airs. Swan asks lor per
mission to assnme her maiden name.
Alice L. Rounds, and that she hve
the custody of the children.
Ulyssis George Collins, of Foster,
has begun suit for divorce through
his attorney. C. J. Searle. against
his wile, Sarah Jane Collins. He
charges desertion. They were mar.
ried at Muscatine Feb. 17, 1892, Mrs.
Collins1 maiden name being Sarah
sourH Br.ionrs happknihus
South Heights. Dee. 5 W. II
Smith went to Chicago on bueiness.
fc. W. Alexander Kit last week for
Chicago, wh.re he has obtained
Little Robert Montgomery, who
has been sick with a bad cold, is get
J. T. Campbell has purchased the
houce and lot adjoining his property
from John Husscv.
Ln Emory, who fell oft a load
cf hay the first of the week, is able
to be about again.
John Hussey and family have
moved to Andalusia, which will bo
their future home.
Misses Maud Irwin and Edith Hill
left Tuesday for Annawan after visit
ing wi.h V. J. Irvin atid family.
William Schmeil has moved his
family and household goods to their
new home a few miles from Daven
The ladles met with Mrs. Alexan
der Thursday afternoon, and decided
to hold dime sociables once a month.
the first one to be held New Year's
Health and strength carry ns
through dangers and make ns safe in
the presence of peril. A perfectly
strong man with rich, pure blood.
nas notning to lear irom germs.
He may breath in the bacilli of con
gumption with impnnitv. If there
is a weak spot where the germs may
nna an entrance to the tissues, then
tne trouoie begins. Uisease germs
propagate with lightning like rapid-
1 . t L I a . 1 ,
i.j. uuto m 100 oiooa me oniy way
to get rid 01 mem is to kill them
This is what Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery is for. It purifies th
blood. That means that It kills the
germs, but that is only part of what
it does, it assists digestion by stim
ulating the secretion of digestive
fluids, so promoting ass milation and
nutrition; purifies and enriches the
blood and so supplies the tissue
with the food they need. It buiid
op strong, healthy flash and puts
the whole body into a disease-resisting
Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover
cost of mailing only, and get his
hook. The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, absolutely free.
AdJrefS. World's Dispensary Medical
Association, 6S3 Main s'.reet, Buffalo.
Generally cloudy unsettled weath
er with very little change in temper
ature ten ght and Tuesday; variable
winds. Today's temperature 32.
F.'J. Wat. Observer.
T Care a CoM aa One Uay
Take laxative Bromo Qninlne Tab
lets. All - drag-fiat refund the
WELL KNOWN HOTEL MAN.
To Late c.
H. Creaa, ml Da via port, aad
Mis Many rlnd.
C. B. Cross, for many years a ho
tel proprietor in Davenport, and who
was well known and very papular
with the traveling public, as well as
in the three cities, died Saturday af
ternoon of lung aud bronchial trou
bles. - He had been Idcntiliod with
the Acklev house and the Commer
cial and Windsor hotels there. He
was 71 years of ago and had resided
in Davenport f jr 20 years. He ' was
twice married, and is survived by
his second wife and two children:
Mrs. Carl Hellpcnstell, of Eock Isl
and, and Charles J. Cross, of Bjs
ton. The funeral occurred this af
MINERS' UNION OFFICERS INDICTED.
LcadvilU Grvatly ft.xc.tnl Ovrr a Srqa.1 tm
the Coronailo Mine Hint.
Ladvllle. Colo., Pec. 7. About 1
o'cloc k yesterday morning John R. Am-
burn, who was president of the Cloud
City Miners' Uniun when the Coro-
nndo and Emmet mines were attacked;
George B. Handy, former secretary of
the union and now a member of the
executive committee, and Eilward J.
iHfwar, present secretary of tne union.
walked into the shcrifTsoRlce, and Etat-
Inu that th'-y understood they had
lieen indicted by the grand Jury said
they were ready to lie taken into cus
tody. The sheriff thereupon took
charge of them.
The three nu-n are said to have been
Indicted for murder, though this will
not be odlclally announced until an ap
plication for bail is made for them.
John Walsh was also arrested and
jailed, having betrn- indictid for arson
in the Coronado mine outlawry. In
tense excitement prevails and the air
ia full of rumors that several of the
indicted men have fled from the city,
lias a Itomedy fur All Ithmnru.
Columbia. Mo., Dec 7. Dr. Thomas
Powell, of this city, claims to have
made a wonderful discovery In medi
cine. His claims ore no less than com
pletely immunizing the human system
from all disease. He dues It by the in
oculation. Injection. Ingestion and in
sulTIacatlon of "cultures" and says he
is prepared for any test the medical
profession may demand,
sufilatlon, and says be la prepared for
any test the medical profession may
Bayard lteeliae th. Glffc
"Washlnirton. Dec. 7. Information Is
received here from London that Uay
erd has declined the rift proixised to
be made to him in recognition of his ef
forts in the cause of peace and good
will between the United States and
England. In his declination Ilayard
cordially thanks the London Daily Tel
egraph and those who supported Its
proposal, but says that his position ai
an ambassador would prevent his ac
ceptance of any testimonial.
Lynching That Was Sot traeapMtad.
Kansas City. Dec ".A special to
The Journal from Lexington. Mo., says
At about 1 o'clock this morning a mob
of Itay county farmers broke Into the
county Jail here, secure! Jesse Winner
and James Keljon. held for the murder
of Mrs. Winner and her two babes, said
EBatar AUiaoa b Iaipravlac
Dubuque, la., Djr. 7. S?uator Allison
has been seriously ill more than a week.
bat 1 reported somewhat hett r. He will
not be able to loave for VTashington for a
weeK or ten day.
Warraata for Soldlen' Home Tri
Des Moines. Dec 7. The warrants for
the arrest of Commander lutekln and
the trustees of the Iowa Boldters
Home were sworn out Saturday by
United States Attorney Fulton. They
were ail placed In the hands of officers.
As soon as the oRicers are arrestel they
will be released on their own recug
nixance before Judge Wools in when
ever tbey shall be cited.
rincrec Will Hat !? !!-"
Lansing. Mich. Dec 7. Considera
b'.e d:sappolntmcnt and chaazrta la ft"t
by the people of this city because of
the refusal ot Govrnur-elect Ilr.gree to
permit any demonstration Jan. i, ar
rangements for which had been golnx
tm for several weeks. lie says he waau
DON'T LIKE IT.
Waea Ki4 la a Wraeit War
"I wish yon would say to people
some day that I don't believo more
thsn half those who trj Post urn the
health coff-e for the first time get it
right. la my family the fir.t time it
was served, the color was this and
the taste sort of watery without
much character. Coma ta Inquire,
the cook Lad bolted it about mia
utes instead of IS; so, the next morn
ing we tried it again and had it
boiled properly, then It came oa
with a rich deep brow a color of bne
coffee. I drink my coffee with errata
and sugar and Pontam hit my taste
very favorably. Mow we are dsllv
uscis pf Postura the fool drink and
staunch champions of It. But if we
bad formed an opinion from the first
trial, when the fault was entirely
oar own, we would have condemned
it and been denied the use of a bey.
erage we prise most highly, and
which is helping as t-hvyirellT as
well as adding to our tabiu comlorls."
The above is almost a literal repro
duction of a statement made to the
advertisement writer of the Post am
Cereal Company, limited, of Battle
Creek, Mich., and contains a fact
that is well to notice. We di art
think he is quite right in his estimate
of the percentage wao blunder in the
preparation of the grain coffse.
uur hcary tales in this rily indi
cate that it is eas'ly prepared and
successfully. Now and tlen a per
son may he careless in brewing it
and get a poor drink: carelessness
with lioe coffee makes it disagreeable
instead ot a pleasant drink.
lustom p-operly brewe l Is delic
ious and nourishing.
I here is but one genuine original
Postum Cereal coffee, with a multi
tude of Imitations offend as "just as
Th FarS Tba lrts
frequently advise change of air and
climate to those suffering from ca
tarrh is proof that catarrh is a local
and climatic disease. There-f 01 e, un
less you can leave homo and business
vou should use Kly's Cream Balm
Applied directly to the seat of the
disease, it effects instant relief and a
satisfactory cure after short continu
ance. No mercury nor injurious
drug ia contained in the Balm.
Very cheap round trip rates for
hunters to points in Arkansas, Lou.
isiana ana bouthwest Missouri, via
the Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis rail,
way. Tickets good SO days. For
particulars inquire of local ticket
agent, or the undersigned.
G. P. & T. A.. C. P. ec St. L. B, B.
Bonj. Ingcrson, ot llalton. Iod.,
says be had not spoken above a whis
per for months, and one bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar restored Lis
voice. It is used very largely by
speakers and aingers. Sold by at r.
A Laaatic's temaaent.
Mr. IZobcrt Cautlici.r, Mm English
entertaiuc r. mux gi.v a -rf ormance at
the Prt-sttvich Lunatic ef-ylam. The in
mates took his (lir-ruii? luinclogae
very well at first, but when be ran.e to
the portion cf the rvrfonuaui) in which
be imp'-TBOUai's a testy cltLiuaistrate
of 80 suaimers a woman True with vehe
mence and shoti'ed, "Fancy cue being
kept bt-ru while that ruaa Is lift to run
la 1828 a lra.a tny iuui, prortmd
by the American uitiister in Lrsxluu in
the previoea y-ar,.waa d'-cland to be
the stoti'larl iu the Luited Stutca for
Eighteen days are rcqsin-d to make
the joorney U twoca the ialocf Teaerife
snd New jork.
Tmm Anoci dallvera4 every
Utg at you door at 10o wmk
Live Like a King
It's easy enough when vou It now where to buy your
groceries at the right prices. There's a fiaht way
and a wrong way. ttuying at Curoyn' Is the r'.ht
way and that's what saves you those hard earned
dollars. If you have never tried of course you don't
know. An up to-date Hore with down-io-J ite prices.
Look at the list:
S3 pounds of Sugar for tl.OO
C quarts of Beans fur S&c
6 quarts of IVas for 25c
liar ley, per piu ad Ic
Starch per round 4c
Oil, per gallon Se
Oil Sardines Se
Mustard Ssrdinea Cc
Maple Sugar, per pound lOe
Bluing per bottle 4c
New York Buckwheat S4c
Cora Meal c
Corn per caa tus
Boetoa Baked Beans... 9o
Prunes, per pound ic
Yours For Fair Deal lag,
CVRNYN'S CASH GROCERY.
600 Twelfth Street.
a - Bui a Gold Mine for the Public!
Wriffht & Earbr cr: &:fzz krrsj 17te.
A grand opportunity to get something substantial
for nothing, and at the same time buy the nec
essary footwear for your family.
Come Quick and InvestlgatC;
While the opportunity is open.
1704 Second Ave.
DIRT DEFIES THE
10 GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITC2LF.
'. IV-- 1 II II ft
The Bridge Line Cars
Corner Third and Harrison street.
Star Clit wing Tol acca
Durham. 1 pound of l ob
f ood flotir, r rack
Chew Chow, per bottle..,
Small ficlles per bottle.
Masiard, fxt class
Cbortilate p-r csVe ,
iialmoa, per pouad ,
Catsup, per bottle
Good Tobacce per pound
Soda, per package
Matches, per package...,
S-pnund fall Lard ......
Maearotii, per pnuud....
Vermloelli, t pnuads fur.
All package Ccffee
will uke you to oar 4to;e '
Will Gurely Please You.
money if it tail to ear. 3ft easts
0 suca flsgdawrtla."