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THE AffGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1893.
Tht Weather Wa May Have.
Generally fair and cold tonight and
Today's Temperature 10.
J. M. Shsbiek Obberrer.
F. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Fay your water rent.
See Totten's ad, page 6.
Fresh river fish at Long's.
Unloading at Adams' sale.
Open evenings Eekhart's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Fresh river lish at Hess Bros1.
Smoke Kinship, and le happy.
Buy a horn of Eeidy Bros.'
F. B. Q. finest beyond question.
Summers & Co. for steel ranges.
;iance over and read Adams' ad.
No place like Adams' for bargains.
Hot soda at Bahnsen's drug store.
Overgaiters 25 cents at Dolly Bros'.
Plow's candies at Bahnsen's drug
2.45 buys our ladies' $3 welt shot .
$3.10 for Adams' $3.50 men's shoes
Pictures framed at the Adams Wall
Without a rival Peoria stoves. 322
Muff holders with cut steel orna
ments at J. Baniser's.
Dancing school at Roche's hall
every Saturday night.
Order your fresh lish at Hess Bros',
tomorrow. Phone 1031.
Adams is making many
happy on account of his sale.
Cvrano chains at J. Ramser's
and see the different designs.
Attend the dancing school every
Saturday night at Boche's hall.
Plenty of fresh river lish at Hess
Bros', tomorrow. Phone 1031.
Bock Island factory kid shoes for
fl. 25 a pair this week. All sizes.
Cat lish, river salmon and trout at
Hess Bros', tomorrow. Phone 1031.
Bock Island factory Russian colt-'
skin skatinir shoes for $1.50 this week. J
Columbia river salmon, herring
ami white fish at Hess Bros', tomor-
Itichtcrs. furs. Davenport,
prices; a saving of one-thrid
iruaran- ' f
Watches are selling like hot cakes
at J. Ramser's. Another lot just re-
Collarettes and furs: special prices
to reduce stock at T. Kichter & Sons',
It will cost you nothing to get
prices at Brook man's on his nice line
of Xmas novelties.
Rememer the King's Daughters
sale at Mrs. II. S. Cable's, Saturday
afternoon, Dec. 10.
Stove repairs of all kinds at Phil S.
Wilcher's, 303 Twentieth street.
Remember the King's Daughtesr'
sale at Mrs. II. S. Cable's. Saturday
afternoon, Dec. 10.
Sterling silver nail files, glove but
teners. and jearl blade paper knives
25 cents each at Brookman's.
This week, for $2.50. you take any
pair of the Rock Island factory's linest
kid shoe. Hurst, sole agent.
Manufacturer's prices on furs, col
larettes and sealskins, our own make.
Richtcrs, furriers, Davenport.
Platinotvpes for Christmas at the
Adams Wall Pajer company's. See
their full line of these pictures.
You can pick any pair of men's
shoes in the store this week for $2.50.
Hurst, agent Rock Island factory line.
Men's $3.50 and $4 Goodyear welt
shoes for $2.5U at the clearing sale.
Hurst, agent for Kock Island factory
Empire Coal company for soft coal,
office Seventeenth street. In-tween
First and Second avenues. Telephone
Peerless Iamb wocd soles, special
pi iiittt . ij renis uiissci . if
and child's 17 cents. Dolly
Don't fail to stop at Brookman
Twentieth street jeweler, and get his
prices on watches before purchasing
People wishing to purchase Xmas
presents please bear in mind that Eek
hart's store will be open evenings
from now on.
Kernemher the King's Daughters'
sale at Mrs. H. S. Cable's. Saturday
afternoon, Dec. 10.
Have vour pictures framed Wfore
Christmas at the Adams Wall Paper
apor six year was a Tlrttn ordy-
raia in its worst form. 1 could rat notbinc
ut milk toat, and at times my stomach would
dot retain and digest even that. Last March 1
began taking' CASCAKETS and since then I
ha.-e steadily Improved, until 1I9M well as I
ever was In my life."
David H. MCRPHT. Newark. O.
rieamnt. Palatabte. Pmrnt. ,T'",.1
tfood. ever f i.ten. WtMfo. uc Grip. . tac.a.
... CURE CONSTIPATION.
CU I U-oAll aista to CIKC Tobacco Habit.
. m . M inLI .m mnntM DT all
yCJvS CANDY j
I cL 2J CATHARTIC yt J
fcJiKw TUtOI MAXM wsaii"si .rf
company's. A fine new line of mould
ings and frames just in.
Surprise prices on new and second
hand cook and heating stoves, also
hard coal base burner. Ament's sur
prise store, 1622 Second avenue.
Harry Lafler writes to friends from
St. Louis saying he is succeeding
nicely in bis position as card writer
for the Crawford dry goods house. '
Don't have your piano ruined by
an incompetent tuner. Bowlbv has
two first-class, experienced workmen.
All work warranted and prices reason
able. Camera and camera supplies;
mounting cards, all styles, si.es and
colors. The largest stock in the
three cities. Prices way down. Call
a-id see the late novelties at Bowl by 's.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Daly desire
to express their gratitude to friends
and neighbors for their sympathy and
kindness in the death of their little
daughter. Also for the lieautiful floral
Edward Uptonberg. of 2408 Sixth
avenue, fell from the horizontal bars
in the V. M. C. A. gymnasium last
night, while Instructor. Hanks was
absent, and dislocated his left arm.
Dr. H. H. Chase attended the lad.
Talking about war, Willard Baker
and a number of others who parti
cipated in the engagement are com
paring notes and recalling the fact
that 36 years ago yesterday the battle
of Prairie Crove, Ark., was fought.
In settling up with our many agents
we have accumulated a large stock of
organs, loth new and second hand,
which we have decided to close out at
once at alnmt cost. New organs
from $15 up. Seventy-five cents and
$1 per week will buy one, at Bowlby's.
A phanorraph or music box would
make a delightful Christmas present,
nothing nicer for an evening's enter
tainment. They will last a lifetime.
We have a large stock of them and will
make sp-cial low prices to reduce the
stock. See and hear them at Bowlby's.
The regular afternoon "coffee" of
the Methodist ladies will le held at
the home of Mrs. Dr. Barth, U2S
Twentieth street. Friday afternoon.
Fancy articles will be for sale, also
cakes, doughnuts, brown bread, etc.
The sale will lie continued in the even
The December meeting of the board
of supervisors convenes next Tuesday,
and all having billsagainst the county
are requested to we them not later
than Saturday. The finance commit.
ee of the loard i now at work ex.
i aininitiir the accounts of the countv
F.d Murphv is in receipt of a tele-
raidi from Simon Burns at Pitts-
' liiir.p Ktnlintr ttifit lift lmn ttft(t
f(,rThi. f;fti? ,...,,! v farm nresi-
dent of the National
This will be
. Burns' many
! Workers' association,
gratifying news to Mr
Kock Island friends.
The Davenport Volunteer Firemen's
association has elected otlicers as fol
low: John J. Temple, president;
Henry Klindt and Henry Bhlcrs, vice
presidents: Henry Stratmann, treas
urer; Ignitius Schmidt, secretary; W.
J. Reese, foreman; K. W. Baker, chair
man executive committee.
J Ollicers and Sir Knights of Evert's
counmandery No. IS, K. T., are. re
quested to assemble at their asylum
in full uniform tomorrow (Fridav)
' afternoon at 1 o'clock sharp, toattendt
tincral services of deceased Sir Knight
Elias Phinney Pinnco, which will be
held in Trinity Episcopal church at 2
Frank Ainsworth. who shot and
' killed Engineer Fred Dempsey while
attempting to hold up a Burlington
passenger train at Roodhouse a few
months ago, has evidently prepared
to make a desperate tight for his lib
erty. His trial was set to begin Mon
day of this week at Carrollton, but
his attorneys, of whom there are four,
succeeded in getting a continuance
f Yesterday was tri-city day at Bowl
by's. as the following named gentle
men called anil purchased a fine piano
each to gladden their homes: John
A. Peterson. Moline; George Simpson.
Rock Island, and L. Stoltenburg,
Davenport. We have a large and tine
stock for vou to select from and can
suit you on any price you may want j
to invest in an instrument and give
vou terms oi payment 10 sun vour
own convenience, i jii ani see our
A few more of Rock Island's best
singers have been secured in addition
to those whose names have already
been published to take part in the
benefit concert and reading. Doc. 16.
Mrs. Mae Richards Casey, our sweet
voiced centralto, and K. R. Maloney,
the well-known baritone, will each
sinj a solo. The Chopin quartette,
composed of Mis Alice O'Conner, Mrs.
Mae Casey, J. A. Lindley and
E. R. Maloney, will render a selection.
Miss liertha Sonntag and W. E.
Moodv will sin-r the Miserere" from
II TroVatore A large audience should
greet these famous singers .who.
donate their service for such a worthy
Free lunch at th Gem saloon. SOo
Twentieth street, morning and even- :
The best way to avoid sickness is
to keep yourself healthy by taking
Hood's S.vrsaprilla. the" great blood
Dout Tobare Sail aaw Sanaa Tur Lift Away.
To qu'.t tobac-cS easily and forever, te maa
neuc luil of life nerve and visor, take So-To
Bae. the wonder-worker, tuat makes weak men
Strang. All druggists, 50c or II. Cure cuaran-
terd. Booklet and sample free. Address
J SUx-Ucc Keened y Co-. Chicago or New York.
Subscribe for Tax Abous.
A Complete line of
Celebrated Skates, all
styles and sizes. Lowest
615-1617 Second Avenue,
WE ARE . . .
For all seasonable Fruits
and Vegetables, and also
for poultry. To convince
yourself read the list he
Head Lettuce, Spanish Onions.
Oyster Plaat, Sweet Potatoes.
Spinach. Soup Bunches,
Green Beans, Radishes,
Wax Beans, Tomatoes.
Cranberries, Catawba Grapes,
Tokay Urapes. Malaga Grapes,
Belltiower Apple J,
DressedGese. Dressed Chickens,
Dressed Ducks. Dressed Turkeys,
F? CANNED AND lll'LK OYSTERS.
1S20 SmciI at.
Tl;kaa 1031. ji
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Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
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Of the most carefully k
selected Goods and are 3
now in better shape S
I SI than ever to o-ive our
VERY ; BEST .' GOODS
!S at the lowest possible B
L price. Remember us W
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, NELSON & LUNDQUIST, 3
S29 Twentieth St. Phone 1090. b
a NOTHER magnificent opportunity for Bargain Seekers. Another big purchase which enables us to offer the pa
J. 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. & 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. &K., 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, Rock Island.
to each person Interested
in subscribing to tne e.u
sene Field Monument Sou
venir Fund. Subscribe
any amount desired. Sub
scriptions as low as tl.M)
will entitle the donor to
this handsome volume
(cloth bound. Mil), as a
souvenir certificate of
subscription to fund,
liook contains a selection
of Field s best and most
representative works and
is ready for delivery.
But for the noble contri
ed by a of
tists bution or the wrold's greatest artists,
this book could not have been manufac
tured for less than FT.OOl
Tne Fund created is divided equally be
tween the family of the late Eugene
Field and the Fund for the building of a
monument to the memory of the be
loved poet of childhood. Address
El U EXE FIELD
MONUMENT SOCTENIK FO'D,
(Also at Book 1 SO Monroe Street,
If you also wish to send postage en
close 10 cents.
John Yolk & Co.,
Builders : : :
, . Hirers of
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor-
oi Ail Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
3t,toteenth Rock Island
Children's suits worth 1.25 for
Children's suits worth 2.50 for
Vestce suits worth 3.5U-for
Vestee suits worth 4.00 for
Vestee suits worth 4.50 for.
Children's suits worth 5.00 for
Chinchilla reefers sizes S to 8, worth
Astrachan reefers worth 3.00
Knee pants worth 25c for
Knee pants worth 4 0c for
Knee pants worth 65c for
Our 45c line of boy's sweaters for
Our 75c line of boy "'sweaters for . .'
Children's woolen mitts at 7, 10 and .
Bov's leather mitts at 15 and
Your choice of all Tain O'Shanter caps,-sold up to 1.00 at.
Choice of all 1.25 and 1.50 Tam O'Shanter caps at
Other Specials During This Sale.
Two pairs of 25c suspenders for the price of one or per pair JJc
Two 25c neckties for the price of one or per tie 13C
Men's seamless socks 3c worth 5C
Two pairs of 15c black and tan hose for the price of one or per pair Sc
Two pairs of 25c line hose for the price of one or per pair 15c
Men's 35c overalls for 19c
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 19c
White uulaundried shirts, reinforced front and back, worth 40c, for 25c
Sluiuler robes worth 50c for 43c
Silk Oxford mufflers worth 75c for 50c
Silk Oxford mufflers worth 1.00 for 75c
Silk Oxford mufflers worth 1.50 for 98c
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN UNDERWEAR.
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A Healthy Child.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
KJNUY L0AKED ON PERSONAL COLLATERAL OK REAL ESTATE SrOUBTTS
OFFICERS I DIRECTORS
J. M. Buford, president,
John Crubaupta, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began business July 2. 10, and occupy the
S. B. corner of Mitchell & Lynda's
.' . . .
115 and 117 VV. Second St., .Davenport.
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
Four Per Cent Paid
H. S. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
J. M. Buford
Solicitor Jackson & Hunt.