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THE ARGUP, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1800.
Zee McMabon is ttill very ill.
To the rink Thursday evening.
Toys to suit everybody atMitsch's.
The beat broom Lee's Little Gem
Open evening Young & Mc
, Mr. and Mrr. J. F. Robinson are in
F. E. Crompton, of Joslin, was in
the city today.
Finest line of fancy goods and
china at Mitsch's.
Mandolins from $1.50 up at Tot
ten's music house.
Go to the Bock Island roller rink
Special bargains tonight at Mc
Int j re-Reck Co's.
Have your pianos and organs
tnned by W. C. Totten.
Fancy work bargains at Mcln tyre
Reck Co's big holiday sale.
Christmas trees and ornaments at
Mitsch's cheaper than ever.
The Rock Island roller rink wi.l be
open again Thursday evening.
Santa Claus to-night at Mclntyre
Reck Co's. ' Bring the children.
Received today at William Trefz &
Co's. a carload of Christmas tree.
Watch for special low prices at
Young & McCo nibs' this evening.
Go to William Trefz & Co's. and
get your pick for a fine Christmas
W. L. Ludolph spent yester
day at Galva and Csmoridge on bus
iness. William Stewart, the gent's fur
nisher, is in Chicago on a business
Let all the children come out to
see Santa Claus tonigut at Mclntyre
Red toy wagons 4 cents, toy paints
1 cent at Mclntyre-Reck Co's big
W. C. Totten handles the Merrill
and Mason-Hamlin pianos and Mason
If you were not at the roller rink
last evening, you should
you should be there
"The Bonnie Briar Bush," 75 centLbrought befo.e Magistrate Schroeder
nice Xmas gift? Say a bat, cap,
gloves, necktie, or umbrella. - Full
line at T. Richter & Sobs', 319 West
Second street, Davenport.
City Clerk Hnesing has issued
sparrow bead bounty certificates to
Fred Goodhardt for 9; Arthur Robert
son. 15; Elmer Johnson. IS; Alva
Banks, 14; Walter Tcdd, 11.
As the bridge is now open the
Vienna Steam bakery is ready to fill
all orders in the line of basing at a
dav's notice. Telephone 58. H.
Horn &Sons, 317-319 Harrison street,
Among the latest tri-city sent a.
tions is the rumored presence here of
an alleged descendant of Emperor
Napoleon, who is said to be recruit
ing an army to fight under the ban
ner of Cuba Libre "
The postponed grand opening and
exhibition at the new Turner hall
occurs Saturday evening, Dec. 19.
It will be made a very pleasant occa
sion and an entertainment provided
that will be well worth attending.
Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson's
2-year-old daughter. Anna Victoria,
died of diphtheria at their borne, 417
Fif.h street, yesterday afternoon.
Ictirment was at Chippiannock, the
funeral being held at 2 o'clock this
Manager Collins threw open the
Rock Island roller rink again last
evening, the Standard band furnish
ing music, and the large attendance
bore evidence of the popnlar le.urn
of indoor amusement in Rock Inland.
The rink will again be open Thurs
The remnants of a number of
water pipes tapped during the con
struction of the storm drain are still
lying along Teaty-foorth street
annoying travel and creating liabil
ity for accidents. The superinten
dent of waterworks might take a
stroll up there some day.
Maj. J. M. Beardsley left last
night for Washington, where he will
endeavor to have appropriations for
the improvement of the harbo rs at
Rock Island and Andalusia made.
He has taken along charts of the ter
ritory drawn by H. Bosse, of the
government engineer corps.
George White (Rastus) was
edition, 15 cents -tonight at Mcln
tyre-Reck Co's. ,
Fred Whisler continues on the im
prove, according to the latest ad
vices from Chicago.
Handsome line of umbrellas $1.25
at Mclntyre-Reck Co's big holiday
ale. Values up to $2 in the lot.
A fine Christmas present is a piano
with mandolin attachment, cold at
Stein's, 307 Brady street, Davenport.
The atage of water at the Rock
Island bridge this morning was 5:05
and stationarv, the temperature be
Beautiful colored picture books at
fi, 6, 8 and 10 cents, almost halt real
value at Mclntyre-Reck Co's big hol
Rev. John P. Nesbit's meetings at
the United Presbyterian church are
growing in interest. The services
are at 7:30 p. m.
Quite a crowd of the faithful took
in the Lincoln club's housewarming
last night. William Jackson and C.
J. Searle made talks.
Free, free, free. Theodore Free,
proprietor of the Eistern Fair,
dives wih every t5 puichase one
dozen cabinet photos free.
How would a beautiful serving ma
chine do for a Xmas present? Alt
prices. T. Richter & Sons, 219 West
Second street, Davenport.
Ara-go wan, the ethers are fooling
yon; but we are not. We mean to
ell onr chinaware and toys at and
below cost at the Eastern Fair.
A par y of representatives of some
prospective colonists through Reidy
urns', agency leu tbis morning fur
Alabama to view the lands there.
A pocketbook, containing nearly
$50, was found yesterday throueb
the medium of The Akgls want ads
and so the good worK goes on
S. J. Murray, manager cf the
"Twelve Temptations," company, to
tie seen at Harper's theatre nest
Monday evening, is at the Harper.
Call, hear and be pleased with the
great electrical piano, playing with
out the aid of human hands, at
Stein's, 307 Brady street, Davenport.
Useful as well as ornamental Xmas
gifts are furs, capes, cloaks, muffs,
ooas, etc. t an line ana low prices
at T. Richter & Sons, 219 West Sec
ond street, Davenport.
Bay the Kranich & Bach, the piano
of excellency, the only one made in
the world which don't tnff.r from
atmospheric changes, at Stein's, 3u7
Brady street, Davenport
Wouldn't something useful make a
Um Fixture and Freecolaa; for the Court
Boom Under Consideration.
The county board convened in De
cember session this afternoon.
Among the matters to come up for
consideration at tbis meeting is the
allowing ol the contracts lor furnish
ing gas fixtures and doing the fres
coing at the new conrt honse. Four
house, all of Chicago, have repre
sentatives here with gas fixture sam
ples, irank r. Kinney is here for
A. Baggot, Mr. Mayer for the Yos
burgh Manufacturing company, H.
S. Kionicutt for Williamson & Schroe
der and Mr. Beardslee for the Ed
ward n Manufacturing company.
Kaubi & Lewis, of this citv, VI ill.
tm G- Andrews, of Clinton, Iowa,
and Krank Lundahl, of Moline, have
submitted bids for the frescoing.
Contractor Larkin says the last in
stallment of marble will be here in a
few days. His part of the work will
not be delayed to any great extent,
he says. The building will not be
ready for occupancy by the first of
January, as was at first contemplat.
ed. It will not be completed and
Gnished before Feb. 1.
Highest Honors World' Pair,
MOSt PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Born Ammonia, Alum or any other adulter int.
40 YIAU THB STANDARD.
a secona time today to nave a pre
liminary bearing to a charge of as
sault with intent to commit mnrder.
but on account of the inability of his
victim, Sticky" Thomas, who is at
St. Anthony's hospital, to attend the
trial, the case was continued nine
COUNTY BOARD AT WORK.
A Broken Leg.
Ernst Siemon, of Davenport, had
his left leg fractured jast below the
knee by a barrel of cement falling on
it wmie working a the Rock Island
Brewing company's Elm street brew
ery tbis afternoon. He was em
ployed by Contractor Schultz, of
uavenport, who is putting in ce
ment floors at the brewery. Dr. C.
u. carter, dressed the man s miur-
ies. and he was afterward taken to
his home in the city ambulance.
VOI NU HcCOXBS.
Special Pr!e a rroa 6:10 to O This
rerfumes, all odors, only 5c an
ounce. Bring vour bottles.
Toy dishes, the 25c quality.
nan price tonignt lZjc.
Doll cabs, stained willow, at 15c,
sour arops, our own make, con
fectionary price 25c, our price 5c
owes: worm iuc and 15c, your
choice for this sale 6c; and many
.i . i .
outer cuts id au departments.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Ton
If you want to quit tobacco nsing
easily ana iorever. oe made well.
strong, magnetic, full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bac. the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam
pies mailed free. Addrea Sterling
iclucu j company, wnicago or 2ew
New Plnmblmjr Sir an.
Stewart & Glass, successors to M.
xerbnry, 329 Twentieth street.
plumbing, heating and lighting. Re
pairing a specialty. Good work and
prompt attention. Telephone 1182.
To Care a OoM la Uee Day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab.
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to core. 25 cents
With sv better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts trentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, feyrupof Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with .U!-rf families, and is
everywhere estetu-e. so highly by all
who value rood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it la the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acta. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that vou have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia t lg Syrup Co. only and sold 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
ntT 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
Fics stands highest and is most largely
used and gives mo6t general satisfaction.
2 Ti.1- TT T
To find something to
suit the taste at our
store for your Sunday
dinner. In the line of
vegetables we have:
Soap Bunches, Leek.
Jersey 8weet Potatoes,
Bab bard Squash,
j CaltwtaGrapra, Concord O rapes.
Halaca Grapes, Pineapplra,
Cbo'.ee KVlng Apples.
Dressed Turkeys and Chickens.
The best selected line
of fancy groceries of
all kinds in the city.
At money-saving prices.
For men, women and
Those pictures we are
giving away come in
handy for Christmas.
For Shoe Bargains.
1717 Second Avenue.
1615-1117 SECOND AVENUE.
M SPECIAL -9ll
Mb IB atf
Mcinty re-Reck Dry Goods co.
A nEDQY cnmsTiciAs.
Exceptional Kid Glove
60 doses very fine kid gloves,
hook and button, colors and
blacks, mostly 1.25 values,
sosne $1.38, for the holiday
18 doseo 4-bntton kid gloves,
embroidered borders, none
worth lest than $1. special at
Fancy Work Department
Linen tray and earring- lotto worth
Ste. rut In laro at It '4.
Pillow enema, stamped fca new pat
ten. par IM.
rlaaamtsse irfcih point apsrfatet wock
at per cent lew than usual prices.
t.u yards aeret and prettleat aUk
ollaee fur com fort, pillow, drapes,
etc. wvna lie to I ho, at ise and We.
Dainty enpa and nnera se and I
Pretty plate c and op
Heal Setauma vae at tfte.
12.000 handkerchiefs la orer
100 dozea haadkerokiefs la a
big variety of styles wort p
to lio at 6e.
We divide a 100 dosea lot of
5e and 6c handkerchiefs, lace
edge included, into two lota,
4e and Sc.
100 dozen in values to ap 18c
fancy 8 wlss embroidered, bead
some colored border, fancy lace
edged, etc.. at 10c
Books and Gamrs.
Recant dtaplar of colored picture
bonk tor children.
riar bonk with four ran size eot
errd piotam le.
i: p-e tory book with elcht fine
colored picture Be.
t,ulllrer Travel. Laadeere Pet
Animal, etc.. larve bonk pra'srly
UluMreied with colored picture, worth
Ike. at .
Tbe as line mdudca Cork Rnhta.
ftterple rbae. Rohtni Ousoe. Apple
Pie. Ua Peep. Kbopplax. ete.. only te.
Toys of all klada. suck as
Child's Bissau Carpet Sweeper,
H empty Dampty. Air (eaaa.
Doll Trunks. Doll Cabs. Eltckea
Stoves. Metallapboaes. etc.
wsit-es w'taawean nar Bvaj. aw
SMearleia ftasB.lt ast aasksS u.aU.. SM
rHftune brad d.iU, all oreaaed, snore
ble tat. at lae.
Tbe lirowaia atone, too and arms
(Mac Maejna head eon with totaled
Pervwatcd dtshea. IT ptror. Its.
ImUdHabe. 3-pleceerta. fee.
tHMeee acta ol oceorauid doll dlabea.
ip.ti. mImmJ m a ii.ii
prcttW-xt tvl and pattern of rents'
teck.chib and tatad bow tie, worth
S to o. ro la one bic holiday lot at
tie. Pretueat oae go early.
A carnival of good things and low prices. Tbe orders we received from Santa Claus were to sell cheap and fca
wonld stand tbe loss, so we bare arranged pricts to suit the largest a ember of parses. Dolls. Hooks, Toys,
Games, yoa will find at headquarters, store is cpen evenings till Christmas. Special attractions eack evening.
The wild winds of winter have whistled about
our houses and makes us think of Christmas.
With that comes the thoughts of presents. A
larger array of handsome and useful presents
cannot be found elsewhere than here. Some
thing for every member of the family, and some
thing appropriate at that
iS COXFFCTIOSERY for
1 the Holidays cannot fail
to attract yonr attention and
obtain your trade. Unpre
cedented as It is, from now
nntil Christmas we will sell:
Our Special Mixed - - 3 pounds for 25c.
Kvtraf!rpajll A Imorwl 3 flaimr. 'Kin nmiiwl t
Extra Cream Filberts - soc a pound.
Burnt Almonds - - - - 20c a pound.
A pure Home-Made Mixed at 10c a pound,
lland-atade Chocolate Cream soc a pound.
OUR PRICES are lower on
good roods where purity
and bealtirfulness are con
sidered than these so called
- cheap - concerns that
they are doing wonders when
their foods have got to be
old cheap, they will not
bear the price of sugar.
Kirei-I- at MATH bare been In bual-
nesttos tons to sell track that is not
fit to eat, tadangerlBf the Hes ef
yonrrclTea and children.
CANDIES baskets and boaea ta fact
eonf ctlon-rr in many fane rtctp
taclca at all prices.
Paoaa UM i71-171 oeeond Ave
. Take a look at the dade ia
I Clem arm Salzmann. I
THE LEADERS IN FURNITURE. g
You know us when it comes to Couches a
magnificent display at wholesale prices A special
feature for the holidiys.
In endless variety, at prices within your reach.
We know we can please you and please the re
cipient of the present Hundreds of pretty and
appropriate articles. Call early.
Our ads are tecognl zed as solid Bargain Truths tJ.at bring you fftnuloe price Benefits. We nerer have and
never will believe the public want to be humbugged neitoer do M & K offend your intelligence by adver
tising fabulous, untruthful "worths" (as worth $s for $5) which abound In other ads nowadays. For ijyrars
we have made it more prof-table for you to trade here than at any other store. Our business could never have
been built up had we resorted to such shallow, misleading statements as generally predominates. We make
it a point to give a little better article at a little less price than you really expect to get, and beg to call atten
tions to our
5, f 7.S5 and $10 Men's Overcoats.
f4.90. 16.35. S8.50 and $10 Men's Suits.
$1 95. $2.95, $3 50 and $1 85 Boys' Ulsters.
$1.95. $2.95. $3.75 and $4.50 Boys' Reefers.
$ 40. $4.90. $ 35 and $10 Boys' Long rant Suits.
ISo, 25c, 33c and 4?c Knee Pants.
6c, 15c, 25c. ZHe and 49o Shirt Waists.
10c, 15c, 25c. 35c and 0a Ma filers.
25c, 39c, 48c and 75c Under wear.
7c, 18c, 25o and 48e Gloves and Mitteas.
25c S7e aad 48e Working 8l2rte.
Ac 7c 10s aad 15c Hosiery.
75c 98c aad $1.25 Men's Jena rests.
1.53. $1.95 and $2.35 Men's all wool Taita.
Vj9 aad 45c Overalls.
Comparison Tells the Tale
While the prices we quote give a bare Id-a, we prefer having you compare the gcods with other dealers look
all over town, match them if you ran kw mparts on will readJy convince th at there is no place like
MWs Shoes at $1.50, others charge $2 co Men's Shoes at $2. others charge $3 for. S!e agent for Dugan
& Hudson's iron dad shoe3 and Strong & Garfield's line men's shoes.