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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1898.
Th Weather Wa May Have.
General j fsr tonight and Saturday.
Today's Temperature 30.
J. M. SHcmctt Observer.
I lead Adams' ad.
Skates at Ilynes.
Gloves at Bennett's.
Leaf lard at Gilniore's.
Dressed chickens at Ing's.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
For real estate, K. J. Burns.
Honest piauos at Kberharfs.
Sealskin gloves at Bennett's.
Oysters and celery at Lorg's.
Fberbart is selling the pianos.
Smoke Kinship, and be happy.
F. B. Q. finest beyond question.
Go to Kberharfs for your piano.
Toys half price. Taylor, manager.
Kus now. Clemann & Salzmann.
Fine silk suspenders at the London.
Dressed turkeys at So breeder's mar
ket. " -
Dressed ducks at Scbroeder's mar
ket. Dressed chickens at Scbroeder's
Men's night robes f 1. Sommers &
Bath rolies and smoking jackets at
Oxford muHlers 75 cents. Sommers
& La Velle.
No place like Adams' for bargains
Way's mufflets for sale at Simon &
Twenty-five cents for 50-cent teck
ties. The London.
A few of those opera glasses at $ 1.98
at J. Kaiuser'tf
Smoking jackets and bouse coats
at the JjOndon.
Christmas tips in Stewart's ad,
page one tonight.
Ieaf lard and pork tenderloins at II.
Fancy goods ami toys half price.
Some choice neckwear 25 cents.
Sommers Ai La Velle.
The ice man is getting to work with
his little -hoper.
Swell overcoats for men at $10.
Sommers & ln Velle.
Kckhart's for Christmas bargains.
See ad on page eight.
Attend the special Christmas hat
sale at Mrs. LaFrenz'.
Child's knee Pant suits $1.50 to $6.
Sommers A 1m Velle.
The merchant who is so court OtLS to
invite trade shou'd have it.
Notice the announcement clS W
art, the hatter, on page one.
Ladies' knit blippors w IB lamb's
wool sdes $1.10. at Adams'.
The liest advertiser is always the
most enterprising merchant.
Mayor Medill is having the streets
given a holiday cleaning up.
Great shoe bargains at the Fourth
avenue shoe store tomorrow.
The Christmas shopping center is
at McCalH-'s. See the crowds.
New skating caps and toques for
girls at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
The linest line of collarettes in the
city can le fouud at Bennett's.
Cap free with each Ikv's suit Sat
urday. Sommers & La elle.
II. Tremann's Sons' Kettle rendered
leaf lard is pure. Use no other.
For the finest selections of Oxford
mufflers, the Iomlon is the place.
Bjautiful new skating caps for girls
just in at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Sweet potatoes, lettuce.oyster plant,
fancy bananas and oranges at Iong's-
Dr. Stanley, the optician, will be at
Woltmann'sjewelry store Saturday.
Three hundred pounds fancy roll
butter 20 cents a jwund at Horton's.
Saturday special, boy's cap with
each ly's suit. Sommers & LaVelle.
Shoe sale at the Fourth avenue shoe
store tomorrow, 1501 Fourth avenue.
llock Island factorv Kussian colt-
skin skating shoes. $1.50 a pair now.
The Woodmen directors are today
engaged in considering death claims.
Rock Island factory kid skating
shoes $1.25 a pair now. Open tonight.
Ebony brushes of all descriptions
mounted and unmounted, at J. liam
ser's. The tree trimming operations are
progressing nicely throughout the
You can't help seeing that J. Rani
ser has the best stock at lowest fig
ures. Good gold patent collar buttons
worth 15 cents, only 5cents. Special
have keen oaln rASCAKCTSTor
Insomnia, w.tn which I bare been affiicteU for
orer twenty year, and I can aay that Caacarets
bare nlveii roe more re lief than any otiier reme
dy I bare rrer tried. 1 shall certainly recom
mend them to my friends aa being mil they are
represented.- Taos. GiLO-ARU. i-i-n. UL
Flant, Palatable. lTteTt. Tjrtf C""". I
Coud. SifWD. Kwn. or tmif. Hr. 2Jc. JMr.
CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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thaoi auutM aaota-rtaco
1 IMW CCUJBTobaoce UaML
for tonight 7 to 9 o'c!oct. Tl e Lon
don. There is one consolation, the holi
day shopper has plenty of dust these
Eighty-five gents for crocheted la
dies' blips with lamb's wool soles, at
All millinery l-eing closed out at big
reductions. "Come quickly. Miss
Buy her a pair of fine silk mitts,
the finest in the city at Simon & Mo
senfelder's. Don't miss the opportunity of get
ting good footwear at low prices dar
ing Adams' sale.
Good for driving, waiking or cyc
ling. Way's mu filets, for sale at Simon
Sjiecial for tonight, from 7 to 9,
new line of 25-cent susienders, 10
cents. The London.
Overstocked on men's union stamp
shoes in sizes 7 to 9. Bijr cut in
prices. Dolly Bros.
A bargain in Second avenue resi
dence property. Investors call and
sit mine. Reidy Bros.
Iton't forget to go to the Fourth
avenue shoe store tomorrow for vour
shoes. It will pay you.
lBtewart, the hatter, makes an an
nouncement on page one tliat will
save you money. Read it.
The holiday bargain seeker will find
a great advantage in consulting news
papers before starting out.
The lowest prices on watches in the
city at Brookman s. Ladies' gold
filled watches from $6.?5 up.
The most elegant line of smoking
jackets and oxford mu filers in the
city at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
We have just 15 of those
frieze cassimere lined ulsters
worth $15, for $10. The London
That Iteautiful line of solid
j brooches are going fast at J. Raniser's.
1 lie price can t help selling tnem
Men's $3.50 and $4 shoes for $2.50
at the clearing sale. Hurst, Rock Isl
and factory line. Open tonight.
Big line of 16mo handsome cloth
Itound liooks 10 cents while thev last
at McCabe's. "Early birds," etc.
Col. French and Staff Cant. Harris
of the Salvation Army, spea k at the
Central Presbyterian church tonight.
The next exhibition of the Iowa
State Poultry association is to lie held
in Davenport. The dates are Jan.
You can find any number of things
that would make a nice Christmas
present a George Bennett's glove and
: iur store.
I Doll buggies with iron wheels given
with baking powder at the Eastern
Tea & Coffee company's, 2107-210'J
Sugar cured hams 8 cents, sugar
' cured picnic hams 5 cents and sugar
. cured bacon 8 cents per pound. II.
I Tremann's Sous.
A. I'. Lundquist, of Moline, has
leen awarded a contract to build ice
houses for the Rock River Ice com
pany east of Milan.
Don't buy any Christmas presents
until you have" seen our liue. We
have a great line of Christmas nov
elties. The London. ,
Persons coming in late at the St.
Joseph benefit concert, tonight will
please remain standing until the num
ber lieiug given is finished.
Millinery novelties, the season's
liest offerings, at greatly reduced
prices from now until Christmas at
Miss Byrnes' millinery store.
Phil Mitchell today purchased,
through Reidy Bros', agency, the
Willard Raker "projerty on Twentieth
street. Consideration, $4,500.
The directors of the Rock Island
Club held a meeting at the Harper
this morning. II. T. Ritchev, of
; Chicago, was engaged to manage the
) Five of those who will appear in
i tonight's concert have graduated in
1 foreign conservatories. Don't miss
this chance of hearing one of the best
concerts ever given in this city,
j Here you are, 50 rugs beginning
i tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock at 30
' jer cent reduction, lie lively if you
j want first choice. All sizes going at
that figure. Clemann & Salzmann.
Why pay $4 a pair for men's shoes
' when you can get identically the
i same grades for $2.50 in line Goodyear
j welts, tan or black, from Hurst.
( agent for Rock Island factorv line?
rueful I hrlxtuiaa titft.
A fur collarette, scarf, muff or
cloak at Ricbter's fur store, Daven
port. Factories Without ( hln-.nj.
The statement that a thiuiucy, the
third or fourth tallest in tbewcild, baa
jus-t been completed at a cost cf $53,
OuO, and the aunouuceiseut that the
ruobt gratifying success has attended the
ue of forcrd draft, without any chim
neys whatever out of the ordinary, ap
pear in contemporary journals. The ex
periment if forced draft gives promise
of great economy in fuel, as well as
doinK away with the expensive and un
ornaruental chimney. Tbo draft arrange
ment ccnsUts of a large fan, which is
connected with a 4 by 4 double cylinder j
eugiue. The fan has a wheel 4 inches j
in diameter and runs at almost any rate
of speed desired. The draft is something j
proaigions and makes it possible to em
ploy fuel of a lower grade than any
here tof ere used. Instead of the best
Cumberland coal, a mixture of Cumber
land aud screenings has been tried. The
cost of operating the fan, even with im
perfect aparatus, is something like
jSOO per annum. The smokestack is
scarcely taller than the roof of the
building and of less capacity than that (
heretofore used for such purposes. New j
York Ledger. I
A Complete line of
Celebrated Skates, all
styles and sizes. Lowest
615-1617 Second Avenue.
tagssrasgrTErsacn "vt- nr.
Trade at Hess Bros.
Because there you can find
all the seasonable fruits and
vegetables and all kinds of
poultry, and in fact you can
find every thing that goes
to make up a first-class din
ner. Read lelow:
Spanish Oc Ions.
Dressed Geese. Dressed Chickens,
Dressed Ducks, Dressed Turkey,
CAN"NKI AND BILK OYSTERS.
EC K HART'S
A nice Tartar Lamp with glolie, des-
orated, 98c, as long as they last.
25c for any 50c Games tonight.
55c for 1.00 Tool Chests.
25c for 45c Drums, as long as thev
At 7 o'clock tonight, as long as
they last. Yellow Kid Ladders. 12c
each, one to a customer.
Select your Christmas tree now.
All kinds of Tree Ornaments, Can
dles, and holders.
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
We Carry a
Of the most carefully
selected Goods and are
now in better shape
than ever to give our
VERY . BEST . GOODS
at the lowest possible
price. Remember us
with vour order.
g NELSON & LUNDQUIST,
h 329 Twentieth SU Phone 1090.
A N OTHER magnificent opportunity for Bargain Seekers. Another big purchase which enables us to offer the pa.
y 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.
f K. Prlce-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 cf 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.
Children's suits worth 1.25 for 75C
Children's suits worth 2.50 for $1.50
Vestee suits worth 3.50 for 2.48
Vestee suits worth 4.00 for 2.9S
Vestee suits wort h 4.50 for 3.50
Children's suits worth 5.00 for 3.75
Chinchilla reefers sizes 3 to 8, worth ?.00 1.50
Astrachan reefers worth 3.00 1.95
Knee pants worth 25c for 1QC
Knee pants worth 40c for .... 25C
Knee pants worth 65c for ...v.. . .r f . ... . . 49 C
Our 45c line of boy's sweaters for ' .. .. 39C
Our 75c line of boy's sweaters for '. i:. 50C
Children's woolen mitts at 7, 10 and 15C
Boy's leather mitts at 15 and . f . . . 22C
Your choice of all Tain O'Shanter caps', sold lip to 1.00 at. . .'. 25C
Choice of all 1.25 and 1.50 Tarn O'Shanter caps at 50c
Other Specials During This Safe.
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 3c worth C
Two pairs of 15c black and tan hose for the price of one or per pair SC
Two pairs of 25c iiue 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
Mien's and boy's jean pants 4SC
Men's 1 jean pants 75C
Men's 25c working gloves gc
White unlaundried shirts, reinforced front and back, worth 40c, for 25c
Slumber roles 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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NEW WOMAN'S SHOE. ..qR CHU.STMAS.
$3.50 a Pair.
Daintily and well shod are Large variety in Men's and
those who wear Soro- Ladies' Slippers, and
sis Shoes. at all kinds of
Sole agents for Rock Isl- rn rt n r
and. 60c to $3 a Pair.
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115 and 117 W.
Second St., Davenport.