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TJfK ARGUS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1893.
The Weather We May Have.
Partly c'.oudy with mow tonight,
Saturday, generally fair and colder.
Today's Temperature J5.
J. M. Bhihier Observer.
Kale of Hock
Sr.oes starts tomorrow.
Pigeons at IIss Bros.
Read Dollj Bros', new ad.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Attend Eberhart's piano sale.
For real estate, K. J. Burns.
Oysters and celery at Long's.
Smoke Kinship, and Le happv.
F. B. Q. finest beyond question.
Jelly 33 cents a pail at Horton's
Sweet apple cider at G. A. McDon
All kinds of pork at II. Treniann's
Men's jeans 47 cents. Sommers &
La Velle. -
Nice fruit and vegetables at
Plenty of fresh eggs and dairy bat
yer at iiorton s.
Cut prices on
Hock Island factory
Good shoes for men onlv 97 cents a
pair at Beecher.s.
fresh tomatoes and cucti miners at
G. A. McDonald's.
Jersey shirts worth o cents for 29
cents. The Ixndoti.
Genuine ebony brushes mounted to
order at J. Iiamser's
Bananas, oranges, grapes and eat-
' ing aples at Iiorton s.
Granges, bananas, apples, lettuce
and oyster plant at Long's.
Jrour-doIIar reefers for bovs for $:,
ages 4 to 15. The London.
Boys shoes tomorrow Ui cents, at
Adams'. Any size. 1 to 51.
j. i.amser nas just receiyen a large
line of fancy mautcl clocks.
Men's oven-oats, black and brown.
$7.35. Sommers & La Velle.
5O0 pouims of choice dairy butter
at S. J. Apples cash grocery.
liovs knee pant suits, great values.
$2.1 'J. Summers & La Velle
Knee pints, all worth 75 cents for
39 cents, all sizes. Th Ixmdon
Sugar cured regular hams H ceuts
Jer pound at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Dr. William Sterling, the osteopath.
oil West sixteenth street. Davenport
Sugar cured picnic, hams ; cents
per pound at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Heavy fleece lined underwear worth
40 cents for2Jeents. 1 he Imdon.
The jewelry stores will be open even
ings during the month of December.
sale at tne rourtn avenue suoe
store tomorrow, 15ol Fourth avenue
Our black ulsters at Vo are the
coats for men. Sommers tVt Li Veile,
Claims for labor collectedv without
expense. Hist man, 1712 Second ave
lieavv cotton so worm o cents a
pair, two pairs for 5 cents. The Lon
Men s shoes at 'JO cents a pair to
morrow onlv. Fourth avenue shoe
See Dr. Stanley, the optician, at
Woltmann's jewelry store Saturday,
Boys' and children's caps and
touues 5 cents. Sommers & 1-a
The costliest, but the lst. is John
ston & Murphy's shoes. Sold only by
Those leatherand corduroy leggings
for lxvs are what vou need. Adams
Twenty-live-cent suspenders only
11 cents." and really worth 25 cents.
Gold jHns. match safes, sterling
silver novelties of all descriptions at
Bulk oysters 25 cents a juart. and
plenty of live or dressed chickens at
The small bay and his gun have ap
pearcd and the sparrows have Iteguu
Adams' $3 line of men's welt shoes.
in Imx calf and tans, are not collated
for the money.
1'ork tenderloins, leaf lard, spare
ribs, sausage meats aud pigs feet at II.
IVrk tenderloins. snareribs. sail-
sago meat. leaf lard.
packing house market.
Fur and collarettes, lowest paices.
reliable goods, at the fur store, Kich-
ter & Sons. Davenport.
Rock Island factory kid shoes $1.20
lliaie been u-liirr A It i:X for
IDsotunia. v. ah viiicb 1 bmve bt-ei allncttd for
over tweatv y.im. ami I c:n suit that Cwscarets
nave trirra me more rc nef itinu mny owier reoic-
BT 1 bare tvtr rrioi. 1 shu'.l certain. v rwom
mtD'l Ibm to my fncntls i beinif m:l they are
represent.-!. 1 boa c ili.au u. i-i-in, hl.
OouO. rT htn. WnkfB. T Gru. Kc ZjC, Ubc.
i Willi It
a. pair tomorrow. All widths from '
A to E. Hurst, agent.
Rock Island factory skatins shoes
! $1.50 a pair tomorrow. They wear
! : . .
iifce iron. Jiursi, agem.
Your choice of any Rock Island
factory shoe in the store tomorrow
for $250. Hurst, agent.
Don't forget that John T. Xoftsker
has moved his hardware and stove
store to 111 Second avenue.
Money loaned, city or farm prop
erty, household furniture or teams.
Eastman, 1712 Second avenue.
You will save money by buying
your pork and pure kettle rendered
leaf lard at II. Tremann's Sons'.
The new Rock Island horse feed in
dustry has its machinery in readiness
to start operations next Monday.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. ni. was .50 and
stationary; the temperature at noon
Empire Coal company for soft coal,
office Seventeenth street between
First and Second avenues
Cut this out and paste it in your
hat John T. Noftsker's hardware
store is on Second 'avenue 1811 is
the number. ' C
The Ep worth League of the First
M. E. church will hold its regular
meeting this evening in the Sunday
Buv vour coffee at the Eastern Tea
and Coffee company's store and jret
your Christmas toys free. 2107-2109
Furs anil collarettes, save vour
dealer's big prolit, besides selling re
liable furs, at Richter & Sons', fur
Your choice of all Tarn O'Shanter
caps, sohi up to fl, at lo cents; all
$1.25 and 1.50 Tain O'Shanter caps.
50 cents. M. & K.
The trial of Ainsworth, the mur
derer of Engineer Fred Dempsey, lo
gins next Monday in the Greene
county circuit court.
Pork tenderloins, sparer! bs, sau
sage meat, leaf lanl, at uilmore s
packing house market.
Your choice of anv pair of men's
$3 and $.'1.50 shoes iu the store to
morrow for $2.50. Hurst, agent
Rock Island factory line.
Special sale for Saturday only
men s shoes, lace or congress, plain
or coin tee, at 'JO cents a pair, at the
Fourth avenue shoe store.
Brookman, the Twentieth street
jeweler, has a nice line of silver nov
elties, which are just the thing for
a nice Christinas present.
Buy your shoes at the Fourth ave
nue shoe store. 1 ou will save money;
vou will also get a beautiful premium
suitable for a I hristmas present
Samuel Phelps Iceland lectured lie-
fore a large audience at Augustana
co-1 lege chapel last night, the enter
tainment fieing the second in the ly
Why pay 3.50 and $1 for men's
line Good vear welt shoes when vou
can get anv pair in the store tomor
row for $2.50? Hurst, agent, Rock
Island factory line.
All dav tomorrow the Eastern Tea
and CotTee company will give a line
16-inch kid body doll, worth 50 cents.
with a can of baking powder, 2107-
210'J Fourth avenue.
Our reputation is dved. wove and
spun in everyone of those tailor-made
suits, Jearing an M. ..V: K. label and
sold with an M. & K. guarantee, which
we are selling at $12 and $lo.
The men's suits M. & K. are selling
at $2.75 ought to sell at $5; suits that
hould sell at $6 we have placed on
sale at $.$.'..S. and suits that are worth
$ of any man's money we are selling
Whenever the London advertises an
article it is in the store to back up
the ad, not as some other houses do
alwavs out of articles advertised.
Trade at the reliable London, then
vou do not go astrav. The London.
We are positive the chinchilla reef
ers we advertise at fl.oo win meet
your most sanguine expectations af
ter vou have examined the ijuality.
the manner in which they are made,
the broad binding, as well as the
trimming. M. fc K.
Ien dollars buys a $15freize ulster.
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cassimere iineu. au oui, uiauc inseii
for $15. our price only $10. Come
an. I see them. All sizes, 35 to 44.
Thcv are better than ulsters adver
tised for more money. The London.
Don't le misled by flaring adver
tisements. Buv cl a reliable house
where goods are sold on their merits.
No place like the London. See our
line of overcoats at $7.50. worth $10.
$10 overcoats worth $13.50. $12 over
coats worth $15. These overcoats are
fuliv worth what we claim them to
be. Come and sec; them. We have
the goods to Kick the prices we quote.
The price of those warm back ulsters
and overcoats the world over is $15:
M. & K. price is ?i2.ou. e nave
the exclusive sale of these coats for
Rock Island and could get $15 just as
easy as ?l-.io. ior wic ic u.
but we prefer giving our patrons
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every possible ivinin n n
of this nature that has brought aliout
our success, and constantly adds to
our growing business.
So much depends upon the purity
of the blood that by taking Hood"s
Sarsaparilla many different diseases
Millinery goods, a choice assort
ment, including artistic creations in
the line of trimmed hats at reduced
A Complete line of
Celebrated Skates, all
styles and sizes.. Lowest
65-67 Second Avenue.
?WE ARE . . .
! HEADQUARTERS I
For all seasonable Fruits
and Vegetables, anil also
for poultry. To convince
yourself read the list be
Spanish O: iocs.
Cranl'erries. Catawba llrap:
Tokay Urapes. Ma'aira iJrapcs,
Ueiia -jwer App'ei,
Dressed Turkeys, t-'
lreseiH 1 eese,
AM) III I.K
II HESS BROS.
fj ie33 3MiAT.
EC K HART'S
h'e IS'eed Room
You Meed the Goods.
We will give special inducements
this week to make room for our large
25 per cent off on any hall lamp this
Large assortment of globes, all
kinds at way down prices.
hoc for a $1 glolH.'.
i5c for a $1.25 globe.
$1.25 for a $1.50 glole.
$1.50 for a $2 globe.
65c for a $1 lamp.
?5e for a $1.10 lamp.
:'oc for a fcl.oO lamp with globe.
$1.25 for a $2 lamp, large burner.
5c for a 50c china plate.
15c for a 25c china plate.
15c for a 25c china cup and saucer.
5e for a 10c sauce dish.
Now is the time to select your pres
ents while the stock is complete.
Ad sauce sale on games this week
Large assort ment of all kinds.
25c for all 5Mc games.
10c for all 25c games.
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
j OiTer you something fornoth-
O ing nor do we tell one thine 0
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:1 ucio cost in uruer iu eaten
you on something else : : : : Q
Snut H7 fin Fiiiv anrl N
Sse AU Goods
2 On a Cash Basis.
That is the reason why it costs
bj you so much less to live ibi
t when you trade at :::::: C
NELSON'S CASH GROCERY,
S29 Twentieth Street. 3
5) Phone 1090. g
a MOTHER magnificent opportunity for Bargain Seekers. Another big purchase which enables us to offer the pa-
trons of our Two Big Stores a price-benefit which will meet with popular approval and add to the splendid
growth of our business. Another sale that will demonstrate In the most emphatic manner the correctness of the M.
( K. Price-way and the M. K. Method. Another rare treat in which some other fellow pays the loss and M. C K.
patrons get the beneft. People have grown tired of being humbugged with fake sales and glaring exaggerations of
unfilled newspaper promises. Here, and here only, is another offering of irresistible, trade-compelling prices at the
two big stores of M. f A'., the stores which have been tried, always found true, and never wanting.
BRING THIS AD WITH
We want an opportunity of convincing you that everything as advertised is in store for you. It's a sale, where in
many instances, shillings will do the work of quarters, quarters will do the duty of halves and halves will serve as
dollars. We do not make this claim on every article in the store, but we are prepared to prove it on every article
this ad calls for.
1729 Second Avenue,
Children's suits worth 1.25 for 75c
Children's suits worth 2.50 for $1.50
Vcstee suits worth 3.50 for 2.48
Vestee suits worth 4.00 for 2.08
Vestec suits worth 4.50 for 3.50
Children's suits worth 5.00 for 3.75
Chinchilla reefers sizes ; to s, worth V.00 1.50
Astrachan reefers worth 3.00 1.95
Knee pants worth 25c for 9c
Knee pants worth 4 0c for .... 5c
Knee pants worth 65c for i 4fJC
Our 45c line of boy's sweaters for : 39c
Our 75c line of boy's sweaters for SCc
Children's woolen mitts at 7, 10 and 15c
Boy's leather mitts at 15 anil 22C
Youv choice of all Tarn O'Shanter traps, told up to 1.00 at 25C
Choice of all 1.25 and 1.50 Tarn O'Shanter caps at 50c
Other Specials During This Sale.
Two pairs of 25c suspenders for the price of one or per pair 13c
Two 25c neckties for the price of one or per tie 13c
Men's seamless socks 3o worth
Two pairs of 15c black and tan hose for the price of one or per pair
Two pairs of 25c line hose for the price of one or per pair 15c
Men's 35c overalls for IOC
Men's 50c overalls for 39c
Men's 35c white overalls for 25c
Best quality of blue 45c shirts for . 29c
Men's and boy's jean pants 48C
Men's $1 jean pants 75c
Men's 25c working gloves 1)C
White unlaundried shirts, reinforced front and back, worth 40c, for 25C
Slumlier rolies worth 50c for 43c
Silk Oxford mu fliers worth 75c for 50c
Silk Oxford mulllers worth 1.00 for 75c
Silk Oxford inu tilers worth 1.50 for 98C
SPECIAL BARGAINS II UNDERWEAR.
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