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THE ABQUq THTJK8DAY. AFB1L 22, 1C37.-
8chrewd Buyers From All Sec
tions Taking Advantage.
TEE CHAIOE OF A LLFETOCE.
Brim at ! Thaa la WMMtM Owl
t BawtbT'f Qra SjeJ. of Bla WkMMM
Mnjr were the purchases of pianos
and organs yesterday at our sale to
oIom ont oar wholesale Block, and
they were not confined to Rock Inl
and", (or they came from all sections
in wagons, on tl ycles, oo the trains
and every known way of locomotion,
and this may well be called an on
prscelented sale, for never ia the
history of this or any other commu
nity o( its site have so many instru
ments been sold in one day as we
have sold here. Merer before has
Bach an unprecedented opportunity
presented itself whereby private
parties could purchase pianos and
organs at the prices and on the
terms at which we are closing but
this elegant stock of Instruments,
and to those who are thinking of
getting a piano we can truthfully
say that if you take advantage of
this opportunity you can save enough
in the purchase of a piano to fairly
educate your family in music
Remember, ne misrepresentations
are allowed here; every Instrument
Is sold on Its merits and every in
strument must be satisfactory to the
purchaser or it's no sale.
Oar sole desire is to close this
stock out quickly, and to that end
we have marked every instrument in
the house regardless of cost or profit
so they will all go quick.
Highest grade of pianos that are
low in a retail way at $376 to 1550
are going at $218, $236. $262. 1287 to
25 cash, 10 per month buys
Weber parlor grand, retail price
$700, sale price 375.
Beautiful new pianos in all the late
fancy woods for (137, U7, $168,
$177 to $107.
$20 to $25 cash, $7 to $10 per
month buys them.
Thny are full size and scale, guar
anteed fully, and the above is just
about one-half the usual retail price.
Brand new $75 to $125 organs are
going for $38. $43. $53 $62 to $68.
$6 cash, $3 to $5 per month, buys
Good square practice pianos at al
most your own price and terms.
Come while you can get good se
lection. D Kor Bowlbt,
1609 Second avenne. Bock Island.
Hvnes sells bicycles.
Dm. S.lvi. A Smith, dentists.
Butter and eggs at Maucker's.
Anthony Dcvoe, Sr.. Is seriously
straw hat opening at H.
Frank Welch went to Indianapolis
Freih catfish and river salmon at
Ten dollar suits now $7.50. Simon
All our $15 suits only $11.25. Si
mon A Moseafelder.
Msncker U selling his best bntter
at 15 cents per pound.
Buy flour at Maucker's. He has
not raised the price yet.
John Ainsworlh Is around again
aucr a two weeie illness.
Judge II. Blgelow and family, of
ualva. are at the Harper.
Only a few days loft of Simon A
Mosen relder's removal sale.
I. Richardson has moved back to
r.dglngton from Nichols, Iowa.
Silk surprises every day at Mo-
Cabe Bros . spring opening sale.
Postmaster J F. MoNabney, of
Hampton, was in the city today.
All our $18 suits only $13 60. Si
mon A Mosenfelder's removal sale.
Beecher has a lot of fresh butter
In jsrs or rolls at 15 cents a pound
The Marlin Rifle club will have
hoot by sides Saturday for a supper.
The talk of the town is that Sut-
cllffe Is selling the wall paper nowa
Unity guild of Trinity church
meets at the rectory this evening at
What Is the news of the town?
Sutcllffe's is headquarters for wall
Mayflower camp 101, R N. of A
will give Its second annual ball
Friday evening. April 23, at Armory
Hlffaeat Honors World's Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
ofTartar Powder. Free
er any Other sdutttTSn?
hall. Admission, gentlemen, .25
cents; ladies, 15 cents.
The Knox and gold medal straw
hats are ready for your Inspection.
M. A K.
Mrs. S. P. Henderson and children
have returned from sa extended visit
It is the talk of the town people
can't help it Sntcliffe is selling the
$1,700 will buy s 7-room house.
lot 68x282, sa nineteenth street
Reidy Bros. .
Sufts fonnerlv sold at $8 50 only
$6 60. Simon Mosenfelder a re
Mrs. Florence Brown, of Geneseo,
is visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. W. T. MagilL
Ton will aurely miss it if vou do
not take advantage of Simon A Mos
enfelder's removal sale.
James Venable, of Reynolds, and
ohn Gilcia, of Cordova, were among
Tbb A rocs callers today.
A reign of ribbons at McCabe Bros'.
pring opening sale. Bargains ga
lore quoted in large bills.
Lightning struck on the farm of
Gust Meeske at Carbon Cliff last night
and killed one of his horses.
Buy batter and eggs of Manoker.
His is the freshest and best. Butter
16 cents and eggs three dosen for 25
Dr. Emery, s Geneseo physician.
cures cancers without the nse of a
knife, and the care is sbsolate and
The Illinois and Iowa Medical so-
ciety is in session at the Harper this
afternoon. The doctors dined at the
Harper at noon.
Nice cranberries 6 cents a quart,
pure leaf lard 6 cents a pound and
two dozen eggs for 16 cents at
Do yon want a sewing machine at
less than half price f Be sure and
read the big bins wn.cn aicuaoe
Bros', are sending out.
Judge Lucian Adams left today for
Hot Springs, Ark , on a health-seek
ing trip. He has been suffering
from rheumatism of late.
William H. Atwood, for 10 years a
practitioner at the Kock Island coun
ty bar, and who ia now located at
remont, Neb., is here on s visit.
The bills makintr an aooroDriation
of $358,( 00 for the Western hospital
for tne insane were reported favors
bly by the state senate yesterday.
If you want to save from 25 to 60
per cent on all clothing and furnish-
nir. goods, do not fail to call on fei-
mon A M"senfelder before they move.
$2,800 will buy an 8-room house
with modern improvements, lot
64x125, good barn, paving clear on
l wenty-thira street. Keidy Bros
Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Craig left last
evening for a visit to New York and
other cities in the east, the doctor
seeking recuperation as well as bar
ing business on the trip.
It is already claimed tlrat Owner
the cat-lived canine of R. M. S fame,
is still aiive, notwithstanding the re
ports of his destruction at the hands
of a Cleveland polioeman. n
Mrs. S. R. Calloway, of Orion, is
vtsitine Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Snauld-
ing, having acoompanied her daugh.
ter. Hiss Alice Calloway, who is here
to attend the teachers' convention.
The Home Tribunal of the new or
der of Fraternal Tribunes will have
its preliminary organization and
election of (-Ulcere together with
smoker" at Carse hail tomorrow
Tonight a atereopticon trip around
the world will be given at the saiva
tion Army. New songs to musio for
the special trip. Evangelist lit ids
will speak tomorrow night at the
J. D. Means, who has had years of
experience in wall paper cleaning.
will attend to all orders left at Hess
Bros', store. He clean carpets
inorougniy on the noor ana guaran
Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ldward L. Vetterly, 904 Eleventh
street, died at 2:30 yesterday after
noon of spinal meningitis. The
funeral occurs from the residence at
10 o clock tomorrow morning.
ouniay evening, April 25. at
Turner hall occurs a grand exhibi
tion, the proceeds of which are to be
used by the Turner representation to
the Bundesfest at St. Lonls ia May
An excellent entertainment will be
given with dancing afterward. Be
sure and attend.
Today every customer at MoCabe
Bros', whose purchase amounted to
25 cents or over, was presented
witn a souvenir oox ot nne candies.
The papers don't tell half what is
happening at this grand spring
opening saie; go ana see lor yourself.
ew surprises every day.
The bill for the Western insane
hospital appropriations passed the
second reading in the state senate
today. It will come up for third
reading tomorrow, and will go to
the house Monday. This Is the ia
formation communicated by tele
phone to Tbb A bo us today by Rep.
Ta. W taw W. May IJav. I
Loral sho-ers are probable this
afternoon, followed by clearing to
night; gxieraUy fair Friday and
cooler; brisk touiheriy winds.
Today's temperature TO.
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Take laxative Biomo Quinine Tab
lets. All druTgiits refund -the
Brassy if it fails to ours. 26 " ovate.
Death's face Is not a efeaaant thine- ta
look upon, yet thousands of men and wo- f
men eo about daiW with the reflection of
death in their faces. The dull eves, the
sallow complexion, the sunken cheeks, the
emaciated form, all tell the story of the in
sidious advances of that implacable foe
consumption. Doctors have declared that
consumption is incurable. It is not. Thou
sand! or ' consumptives have testinea to
their complete recovery after they were
given up by tie doctors and all hope was
gone. It is simply a matter of going to the
seat of the trouble which is imperfect
and improper nutrition.
Dr. Fterce's Golden Medical Discovery
does this. It corrects all disorders of the
digestion, it invigorates the liver. It
makes assimilation perfect. It fills the
blood with the elements that build new
healthy tissue in every organ of the body.
it is tne great blood-maker and nesn-oniioer.
It cures 08 per cent, of all cases of consump
tion. All good druggists sell it
H. Oaddia, Em., of No. sis, S. T. Street. Tacoma.
Washington, writes: "I was taken ill in lbns
with headache and pain in ray back. I called ia
a doctor and he came three times. H. said I was
bilious, but I keot getting worse. I took a couh
so that I could not sleep only by being propped
tea. My lunfr nart me. ana i got so poor mat
is skin and bone. I thought! was coins: to
die. I saw the Golden Medical Discovery ' rec
ommended for a couch. I tried a bottle of ft and
it did me so much good that I tried another one
and H made me sound and well, so I recommend
k to everybody. It saved my life."
A headache is a symptom of constipation.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipa
tion, promptly and permanently. They do
uot gripe. Druggists seu mem.
Br THE USE OF THE
1 Easter Dinner
Always come to ns. Our
line is alwaya complete and
our prices are consistant
with the quality of oar
goods. Good groceries are
always worth a cent or two
more. Glance at the list:
New Potatoes, "
3 Wax Beans,
s Bweet Potatoes,
M New Peat,
r I '
E ting Apples.
Spring Chickens dressed to
order. Dressed Chickens and I
j HESS BS.
HAND TURNED SHOES
Not machine made,
shapes. AA to E.
It costs mora thaa common
Washing Machines. It is
worth more, because it works
easier, faster and does the
work better than any other
1815-1617 SECOND AVENUE.
It is Hot
For aa to go into the details
of making SHOES to onr
trade, the only thins; people
want these days are good
Shoes and at low prices, and
.1ADAM' is the place to go.
L We have McKay sewed goods
cf the Peaslea make, for just
$3 Grade for $1.50 and
Their $2-50 Grade for $1.25
But if you want something
easy and comfortable, lsdiea,
buy our hand-turned shoes
$2.65 and $3
Our manufacturers will
chares you for McKay work
12.80 and fS 50.
$2.13 and $2.48
grades in black goods and
dark wines and chocolatea
$2.50 and $3
are worrying the manufac
turers, but we can't help it.
j.nis wees a laaiea- aic out
ton shoe, McKay sewed, for
88c a Pair
and the sams ia aa Oxford
100-pieoe Dinner Set, semi-po roe-
lain, a beauty, almost transparent,
100-pieoe Dinner Set, decorated.
aew ahapea. $6 97.
100-pteee Dinner Set. 7 45.
100-piece Dinner Set, semi-po roe-
lain, latest ahapea. a beautiful decor
ation, rich enough for the richest.
When out foa promenade, this
fine weather is a draught from
Fountain, flavored with any choice
syrup you wish for. Our soda and
mineral waters are not only refresh
Ing but tonic and soothing. Our
Ice Cream Soda
- Is a downright luxury, and fit for
"A Dainty Dish to Set Before the
King;" and on cooling
We take the lead.
Kretl & Math
'Phone 1156. No. 1716-1718 Sec
75c a Fair
Red ia Oxfords
75c a Fair
' We have nicer shades if you
DON'T FORGET THAT
IS THE LEADER IN SHOES.
Clock Gleaning He
Is here and you will want
that timepiece cleaned sad
put in shape so that yon caa
be more punctual during the
coming year. Our facilities
for handling this work are
the best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fail.
Clacks Called f er axd Dslirsre j
All yoa need to do Is drop
ns a postal and your clock
will be called for sad re
turned to yoa ia good order.
Woltman, the Jeweler.
1805 Second Ave
Tea and Dinner Sets.
All oar sets are honest throughout, quality eossidered
oar prices are at the bottom.
56-pieca Tea Set, a special bar,
gsia. tS 97.
56-pieceTea Set, beaaty, aico
Decorated TotUt Cets.
Three big bargains ia toilet ware.
Every piece warranoed. "
6-piece set decorated. 1.49.' :o i.i.
Fish takle, hammocks, eroqnetaV
The Twentieth Street Bargaia Giver.
Fourth Avenue Shoe Store
Has ust received a tine line of Children's up-to-date
Shoes In all color?, in lace and button.
They are made by
Budd, of Burlington, N. J.
the largest baby and children's shoe factory ia
the world They are the best and most styl
ish shoes made. We invite your Inspection
of the large assortment we have now placed
on sale. BUY YOUR EASTER SHOES
Fourth Ave. Shoe Store
BaWW. A. UVailfiatLlw
1501 Fourth Avenue. 3P
OLD .FASHIONED HEATERS
Give one s taste of a cold-nnd-a-heat combination
that is very annoying. One minute there is overheating, the
next minute there is no warmth at all. Let ns pat la a mod
era heater for you. It costs no more than the unsatisfactory
1 MM ft. .jfWn
S1EVLR - & ANDEkSON.
CONTRACTORS awd BUILDERS
All kinds of carpenter
OFFICE AND SHOP
Geaeral JohMrs does aa short aoUee
an aarlsfacuoa) aaacanlaaa
7S1 TWELFTH STREET.
a. - 8
Is the watchword of the day and there Is no place to practice it as right here,
do our duty toward supplying you with Easter Clothing, if you'll do yours.
1717 Second Avenue. -
Boys' Clothes never will be quite as tongh as the
bovs, but that is no reason why they should aot
yi have the lasting persistent quality which boys re-
O quire. Well seamed, well buttoned, well trimmed
gj knee pant suits, all wool fabrics and pretty styles,
8 1.1)5. 2.95, 3.98, 4.85.
Sailor Suits in various styles, beautiful shsdes la
O greea, tan, white and blue.
88c, 98c, 02.88, 3.75, 5.00.
Jaunty Little Jnnior Suits, with separate vests,
and separate colors, beautifu'.ly trimmed, exclusive
styles, all wool qualities at
0 81.38, 2.95, 3.95, 4.90.
Long Pants Suits for the larger lads, bearing M.
K. labels and qualities that are sold with an II.
K. guarantee at
S4.35, 4.90, 5.90, 6.90.
Nothing we can aay ia aa convincing as the goods and prices.
quest an opportunity 01 aa Honest ten to prove the
Cheap Clothing is plentiful every where, but what
yon are looking for is a stock of good clothing at a
cheap price. Rather than carry cheap John, aweat
ahop at nil, we have placed on sale in several atyles
of neat, plain patterns, excellent wearing cassimere
suits that onght to retail at I S for S4.90. ZOO
Men's Suits in the new shade of brown and plaid's,
also plain dark Oxford cassimeres, regular 110
00.90, 7,85, 7.50.
90'fine Black Dress Suits (not clays) bnt handsome
aew patterns, other dealers would call them 116
salts, these are our celebrated line at 9.99.
You'll find our store a good place for Easter Mil
linery Knox Hats, Shoble Hats, Derbvs, Fedoras.
Swelldom Hats, or the fancy, fussy things for lit
tle tots. We think, too. we can please yon in
Men's and Boys' Footwear we are the only people
selling Strong A GarSeld Shoes. We call 'your at
tention to our line of Men's Shoes at 2, 2.50 and
S3 60 ia blacks, tana, mahogany and the aew choc
We therefore r.
sinoerity of every
M . (2 K.