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TtlC ARfrYTB. TUF8 PAT, JANUARY 11. 18S8
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taw W MtMf W Key Iter.
JKala or amw t: hi aad Wcdaaa
dat . erM-r Weitnewray.
Te low k-mTw-arar it the Cut
dtea tutfoas bar jlso ('n te a
tiiwt wave ar.4 ao tettip-ra'nre
lnrr thai t ei-wre tor (at MUM
Cii r. Mwit n itrwW.
Today 'a lManw tV
LeVs Little Gem It the beet braom.
Bay f oar tleetrtc sipp'ice at Eck
Freh hose biking at 32S Twa
Hat fliral desigat bad to order
Whit crocket qailte oaly 9 ceatt
at Touag McCuaba'.
Aay fair ef womea'e koa la tk
Pe! shea store tor 12 M.
Hat juar w heel cleaned aad pat
la shape for pring kj Hyaee.
Ma t !'.! I maslin Bight robcr,
IS eents. at Tsaag McComb'
Albert Psteriea's orchestra gives
t concert at Tra-r lall toaljht.
Mae akoa for 12.59 at tha
Pal shoe itora eat price sale.
Daraaport U suUaeribia.- t a faad
for tka relief of suffering Cabana.
Msa'e 2 shoes for 11.25 at tka
lasle koa store eat price sale.
Attad lha big maslla aadarwaar
! ail Mk at loan g A McComb'.
0a vour heme aad have It la
ireL for partlealers call at Reidy
Women la'H, stz'Mi. tervireabls
hoe at tka FV.e i boa atora for
Maa'a wool shirts la facer plaids
aad itrl pea. 99 eats. at Touag h
0 aad War Albert Petanea'e or
ekettra atTarner kail toalgkt. Ad
mission 10 ecats.
At Terasr kail toatgkt Albert Pa.
Wsea's orekaatra glvst a eoaeert.
Adulssloa 10 ceat.
Good chaaca to MpleaUh yoar
heelings aad pillow caaa maailas a'l
week at Toang A McComfca.
Otats Bistoa garter wltk new im
proved velvet grip, ailcott web, 19
Beat, at Young A M:Comba.
Yoa can bay madia underwear
fktapr tban tUe f rat coat of raw
material at Yeaag A MeComba'.
Dance at Pippe' kali. Molina, every
Wednesday tenia;. Itacka after
tka daae. Freed m aad oil a orekaa
tra. 'leats' fine muslla afght robae
doable yoke, collar, caff, teary em
hmiirl fmat. 44 mil, at Toang
Tka largest sal t f ledi.' aad call,
draa'a muslin aaderwear ever at
tempted ia Bock Iilaad coaaty la
aow goisi na at Toaag A MeComba'.
Be aura to attead tka wraeUtef
match batweea I red Proekl aad H.
Shall tomorrow aikt at Taraer ball.
Roik Itlaad. Admiaaioa 54 aad a)
Foetaia..er T. II. Tkomaa rtceived
a diapatek frora Seaator W. K. Matca
yeatcrday arteraoca adrlalaf kin of
tka eoaSrmattoa af kia app3lataaat
by tka neaate.
Tka Cutter batlaena block at Stcoad
aad Brady atieeta. tHTeaaort. kai
beea ni4 br Meaere. I. H. Seare aad
J II. llae to t'apt. Aagaat Reimera
lor f i aa ateraga cf aearly fJOO
Tiialtr Improvemeat (aiM aad tka
Wnmaa'a aatilliar will aaeet at tka
reeidence af Mr a. fkoraae Baford to
morrow arteraoca at J o'clock. Ira
portaat baalaeea. A fall atteadeeee
J. W. Walker leavee tomorrow
aiktfora abort vlait at Wtltoa,
I jwa, after wkick k poet to Caick
aaka. I. T., wker ka takea tka poal
tia af ma-Wr meckaata ia tka Hock
Irlaad road'a tVcr.
All eoaaaaera admit lb at tba
aaalitylaaf the rtry blfkcat aad
tie rriae laa rtry. very loweet.
(jtiici aaleeand iraaM profile la the
aaiy motto or tka Twia-CTiy CaaA
urncery. iuii area ae aad aimitraet.
Dr. A. W. Bjwaaa la II teare old
today. lie waa bora la Aadaldiit ,
Kock ttlaad coaaty, aad bai beea la
tka practice af kit proteeatoa la tkia
ally lor a loo it time, aad la oaa of tka
leedlag member of tka ptof'esloa.
Soraa C Iliaea. aeyeralyiari
ao aent i tae u. k i. r. rail
road at Malta, latterly acat at
Bonaparte. Iowa, aad S3 jeara lr
thta rallrcad'e employ, aa-'denly b
came aeraafea at stoat uty latt
week wkea fialtlablieoaa. He wa
aeat by tka coaaty board cf aommta.
Mljbeat HonorsWadd Fair.
Hold Medal. Mldwlirtar Fair.
A fa Qraaa Craaa at tartar rV
40 YEARS THZ STATaSAIUX
1st ML Pleaaaat.
Suff Capula Uarria will conduct
pacta eerviaee at tka Salvation
Army hall. 1619 Second areane. to.
atbt aad tomorrow aiebt. Toalcbt
wl;l l daroted to tba wearing ia ot
jonlor recraite. aad tomorrow algkt
iwo oaoiaa wiu m prea away.
8parriier J. G. Brittoo, wkea in
terviewed oa tka matter today, tald
tkat wkila ka would temporarily a
aiat Steward J. U. Swank at tba
coaaty lafirmarj be would aot ac
cept tka job permanently. Po Aada
lotia will baye no reilgnation from
tbe coaaty board.
At tb qnarterly meeting of tbe
Tonne; Mea?e CbriiUan Auociatioa
lut erealne commitle report!
bowed all llae of work to be ia a
proeperoae condition. After tbe
neatlnjr there wee a aa of aoeoma
lated periodical, Y. B. Mclctjra
belnx tbe aactloaeer. Tkea came a
abort m' ileal program, after wbicb
rfrebmeata wer eerred.
Company A, I. N. O , rItci a
ball at It armor TbsradayaTenlre
In boaor ot tbe cfTi-ert of tho Sixth
refrimeat, wbo will be ia attendance.
Tbe company woald bsee poftpcnd
lUlaalweak'e ball aatil tbia date
bad It known at tbatUce the oQiera
woald be preeaat. and all iavltatlooa
for tbe affair of a week ago apply to
tba coming Tbaredey erenirg.
Faaerai ecrtie for Mrs. Aaaa
Belle were held at the German Luth
eran cburcb at 1 o'clock yeaterday
afteraooa. I'ey. A. C Mennicke effi
elated. There waa a large attend
ance of reialivea and friends, tka
la'ter laclading minister from
many of tka sarrcaadtsz towns, aix
of wboiu acted a pallbeareri- There
wee a pronsioa f baattral flwera
lb remain were interred ia Ibc
M. W. tlawae camp No. 1550, M.
HT. A., rill hold a pab!lo intullatica
of iu odloara at Armory ball tide
ayeaioi;, wbiok will be followed by a
maaicai ana Dei, lbe tnotsilstion
will be eoBdaoted by T. J. Cary, anl
aa addrete will b made by Wililim
Jacksoa. Tba rauIcal program will
ooaaiat or eeieciiona ty Bitaer a o?
ckeatra, vocal aolo by Mrs. Thomas
Ctaey aad K. B. Maloney. piano aolo
oy uico ucuormack, and a aelection
by a qaartat. J. A. Jobaaoa. B. F.
Boyditoa, Mra. Voa Koeckritx aad
Mlis Gertie Wilcox.
ADDRE38 OF MR. DAWSON
Bpa Lccal ateerkaatea Toner Hall
A large gathering of the reta'l
merchanta met la Turner hall last
eteoing to liitca to aa addreis given
ay ana vawsoa, organ: rer of tbe
Retail Merchanta' association of Illi
aoia. The gentleman spoke ot the
imperative aecei.itv ot the retail
merchaata of Rock Island forming a
branch of the etate essociatioa, aot
only for tho purpose of building ap
and protecting the general business
Inteiests, locally speaking, but to be
la line to cooperate with tbe mer
chanta all over tba sta'e la their
light agalast trasts, corporations
aad other moaopcliee that are caaa
lag ao much lots and destruction to
tba march .eta whose businesa inter
ests are ao closely ia touch with
those cf tbe great masses cf the peo
ple. Tka retail trerchaata are the
great commercial distributers. They
are tbe carrier and distributer ba
tweea tbe producers and the oon
snmer acd fill tbe great accci sity ia
every civilised com maaity by hand
Hag for the rich aad paor alike tbe
laiaries aad necessities of life. The
fac of so many laws being oa
tbe tUtate looks of this itste against
tka Interests ot the retail merchaats
was g'.tea as tbe great canre of o
maay losses aad failures ia tbia
slits, aad It Isfcr tso jast aad equit
able aaeadiBg of the laws ana the
edinstmeBt of ether basiccss diPi-
caitiee the retail merchant tf Uls
city and all tba towna acd cities in
this stat are beltg rtqursteJ and
arged by the state vrgaoixttioa to
aoeoeiete closer focetner for iaoto-,1
protecttoa, aa It la quit evident it
Is going to be more difficult to do
basiaese aaccetefully ia tbe fa to re
tkaa ia the past, aaless there are
greater Manges along commercial
At the obae of the address resolu.
tloaa were adopted favoring tbe mar
cheat here jdnicg the state associa
tion, and having representatives at
tbe aeit convention which meets at
JarkscBViile Feb. 8-10
rfaU . CU'rical UMuany.
"1 lav it u tli anth'irity of VTil
Vm IV-3U 1 v IU r.ti.l t lLr ctniucut
IV t-L!:-.l:J ILjt lh- rc la ia tilo caj.lUl
f Mrf4elu tie 1 1 rtaiu 1 1 rymu
vt widpr-aJ f.-nip b", nukuowii to
the world at larpo. i a n-.aoy. Evi-ry
rcua:t.r tl.ii rkWrvod ftutkuau cuiiuct
rtit JoftibiT k'uio g?y baud cud
roaming tr tn pUce to j lixo a bis kia
Crud bare dona since wi: Lin tLouieuiury
tit man. Little do the (rood tnau's oiu
erraatioo dnaru that. vLilt liny pic
tare lim B4 K-ljtvlv JoururriuM abroad,
h I eittina IvsUe c rp-y cunipfitvs and
chatttTiug tbe wild Hcuany t(gao, to
all Intent aad pnrpnvee a tagrduL list,
as Mr. Howells pf rated out. none ever
heard it said tbat thit-Trtachrrrrracbed
any the worm for bis wild, free life over
road aad prairie Indeed the increased
vigi aad eloquence of bis srnneus im
mediately after each srccrseire annual
vacation have 1. ns been matters of
creanKBt la Boston." W'ah in gtoo
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erswa YeaTab OIS
Kolbiag cornea la so uie'nl aa a bot
II if Dr Beir PiaTar-IIonaj.
Gcod for children, coed fcr avarr.
body. A r cecdy yea csa slaajs rely
mfju so car acoaga. aa attack ol
eroep or other broaehial trouble.
I9e) at ap-to-dete drag e'orea.
Lot So. 1 Plataa. 10 drzan f isct
china, regular price 25o, clearing
Lot No. 2 Decorated cream Ditch
ers, worth 25c, 30c aad 35c, choice
Lot No. 3 Decorated .egg caps.
gold beaded, worth 10c apiece, clear
ing eale price $ tor 25a.
Lot No. 4 Good coffee mills.
clearing sale price 133.
Lot No. 5 Victor bread, cake aad
paring knife, clearing price 17c a
Lot No. 6 CCO bare toilet aoan.
regalar price 5c a bar, clear it g Bale
price a oara tor iuo.
Lot No. 7100 leatheret lnnch
baskets, each 10 j.
Lot No. 810 dozen childrea'
stockings, 5c a pair.
Lot No. 9 Crown raisia seeder iOo.
Lot No. 10 Mrs. Potts1 irons, not
the cheap kind, the beat, 69c per set.
31932 c Twentieth St
You can find something new
In the market at He as Bros'.
Plenty of seasonable frucer
ieanow. Order by telephone
and you will receive careful
rma To&Moee, CaaliSoWer,
Caeaaberr, Mew BmI,
Btlaeeb, Ofder Plant,
RadlrbM, wt PoUtoca,
Clary, Ucmi Uttac,
Wax Bran. aMloe,
Otm Onioas, Crllerj Soot,
ltw Pea, 8paa k odiobs,
Jerwj 8iMt Potatnw.
atrawVrrlcs, JIstsI Orsscce,
Taaacrtata, Dt'unn Grape,
aialaas erap, Catawba Orspw,
Joaathaa Apple, Win 8p Applet,
1620 Second Avenue.
TEE Sf ITTHRBS TUE LOG
Is all weil enough to add to your
parlor decoratioas ae a reminder of
"ye o!dea time," whea jour house ie
heated by a good f arcace. Bat for
solid comfort, or a good, steady fire
to roast your turkey acd make the
feat a culinary trinmph, you want
car high-grade. we!l-crcencd coal
for either hard or soft coal cook
stoves. Order bow and it will latere
you having a good dinner.
E. G. FRAZER.
1903 Second Are. Telephone 1133.
Get yoar blank books, mem
orandum books, batcher
books, grocery books, re
ceipt books, opte books,
draft book. type-wr?tlng
t paper, carboa paper, type
writer ribboa, filing casea
ink, peae, aad pencil.
Pricee the lowest . ,
Chos. Cm Taj1 or,
1717 SECOND AVESCE.
Berry 9 s
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Cakes. Nicest Cream Puffs
AND Til AT LOVELY
With a good, rich onp of
fragrant, hot COFFEE, TEA
or CHOCOLATE, and a nice
aandwich or roll and butter
make the nicest kind of a
luncheon aad one that wonld
satisfy most anybody. If
Come to oar parlor aad try
oara. We eerve tbem in any
style you may wish for and
at any time. Yon can't com
meace to equal cooking at
home, ao we are prepared
for the most fastidious ones
that delight in a choice mor
sel. Try a lo.f of our oveos
Ton will like it Everybody
KRELL & MATH
Bake it fresh every day at
60 a loaf.
Phone 1 lie.
tns-1718 Seeoad Areaae
ALL SMALL LOTS, 1, 2 OB 5
OF A KIND AT REDUCED
m annual sales, which the economical purchaser hails with delight. Children's suits
at reduced prices, men's suits at reduced prices, boys's suits at reduced prices,
ovacoats at reduced prices, ur.derwcar at reduced prices. Wherever there are
small lots, 1, 2 or 3 of a kind, you will find
A Great Reduction in Price.
If you have ever attended our stock-reducing sales you knov
if not, now would be a good opportunity for you to do so.
) TWO LARGEST AND
BEST STORES : :
JANUARY SHOE ALE
Before taking stock, Feb. 1, we intend to close out
sizes in shoes for men, women, and the bdys and
permit us to enumerate all bargains, but watch
EVERT PAIR of ladles 1150 shoes and 3
lines are going to be cloaed at
SKATING SHOES Made of calf skin
aad dongola, doable soles, war
ranted, coin toes, to close, $2.60 T f 7f
aad 2 25 values at sPl (
CHILDREN'S SHOES All kinds of prices.
bat special attention given to making 4JI
op some hot ones at kjfl
Adams9 Clearance Sale
ADAMS is through taking inventory, and finding many odds and ends left
from his unusually large trade the past few months, he will cut the profit all off
. of many desirable goods, and in many instances sell less than they can be bought
for today. Why? Because our immense SPRING STOCK will be in very
early this season on account of Easttr coming unusually early, and must make
room for the same. See our prices and compare with ourso-qalled competitors.'
Ia this clearing sale, any ladies1 machine
sewed shoe in tbe house for
all new goods; no old stock; every pair
A line of ladies' $4 shoes go in this sale for
good value for your dollars.
Never before have you seen such bargains as ADAMS is offering to his trade.
Cash talks in this wonderful clearance sale. Commencing Monday morning
and lasting all through the week.
Ladies' rubbers, sizes 2 to 4 yi, 24c a pair. ,
ADAMS, THE BARGAIN GIVER
For the Following Safe
and Reliable Oompanlee-
Trsdor Ins. Oo.,.. Chicago
Providence Washington Ins, Oo ProrUanoa
taperUl In. Oo M London
Oalaadonlaa las. Oo. Bdlnbnnth
nglisa-Aaarioaa In. Oo.,
Uvarpoot aad Norwalk
Faetflc In. Co New York
Homo Mutual In. Oa Saarrasclaoe
Office Room SO Mitchell A Lynde'a
Blook, Telephone No 1030.
1 v T tt tv iv yrw lrw vr r wrY-f-jf
I F sT"! rm arts arm -J 1
NEW YEAR'S BARGAINS AT THE BIG f
prcpi'ing to go iast to buy our spring stock, its one of those semi
CUBAN CALF A handsome shoe,
built by oae of Rochester's
best makers, sold at $3, to
close out at
ONE LIXE of
OUR BARGAIN TABLE is loaded with
odd and ends which low pricee will
quickly clean oat. t3 shoes am w
-FiiEra iroTTiR, size
2 00 line
ii2. 114 West Seventeenth
all odd lots and broken
girls. Space does not
this space this month.
ladies' p&teat tip dongola
of misses' ehoei good shoes,
warranted, go for
... -"- ra
Our $1.50 misses' ahces, square toe, all
right for school wear, for
have, aad place them oa aala at
Is at head. Do yoa
think that you have made the best
use of it? Do yon thiak you have
made your money go further than it
did last year? Wa oaa help you
strttch your dollars in 1898, if you
will givo us your order to do your
plumbiog. Start the year right.
There is a great deal la a good atait,
and especially where one's health ia
Telephone 114 8.
NO WINTER GOODS ARE
TO BE CARRIED OVER.
what to expect;
ROCK ISLAND AMD
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