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THE ABGrTJS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1S9S.
Tba Waathar YTm May Have.
Fair toolirbt. Saturday and probably
Sunday; colder tonlgbt.
Today's Temperature 9.
J. M. Bbibub Observer.
r. b. q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Ilynes for skates.
Pay your water rent.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Ilgeons at Hess Bros'.
Fresh eggs at Maucker's.
Fresh fish at Hess Bros'.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Choice butter at Maucker's,
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Oyster and celery at Long's.
Fresh poultry at S. J. Apple's.
Smoke Kinship, and be happy.
Dressed poultry at Schroeder's.
F. B. Q. finest beyond question.
Overgaiters free at Dolly Bros., .
Oysters and celery at S. J. ApjAe?.
Low prices tomorrow at Beecber's.
Dressed turkeys at Schroeder's mar
ket. A fine display of vegetables at Pas
sig's. Dressed ducks 8 cents at Schroeder's
$2.50 for $3.50 ladies' shoes at
Dresse ducks 8 cents at Schroeder's
Plenty of turkeys and chickens at
Dressed ducks 8 cents at Schroder's
Oransres, crapes and bananas at
line mince meat, 7 at
Bulk and canned oysters and celery
Very fine dressed turkeys and ducks
New cure for indigestion eat at
the Stag club.
Oranges, bananas, oysters and cel
ery at Maucker's.
Great cut in heavy sole ladies' shoes
at Adams' this week.
Attend the masquerade at Roche's
ball Saturday evening.
Order your New Year's dinner at
Hess Bros', and be happy.
Dressed turkeys, ducks and chick
ens at Schroeder's market.
choice of the finest shoes in- the store
for $2.50. Open tonight.
With every pair of ladies' suces
bought from $1.50 np we will jrive a
pair f overgaiters free. Dolly Bros.
Bay home manufactured goods and
build op vour town. Anti-Wash
board soap is by long odds the best.
.Those warm back ulsters, now
$11.25 at M. & K's., are the jrreatest
jack frost exterminators in the market.
Simon & Mosenfelder are busy
marking down winter goods. Some
great bargains in men's suits and
Fnll dress protectors, full dress
shirts, the finest Frsnch lawn bows.
a new supply just in at Simon & Mos
All $1 waists and blouses reduced
to 69 cents; those very fine flannel
blouse waists, former price $2.50, now
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. in. was 3.95; at
noon it was 3.7o. The temperature
at noon was 10.
lour choice of an v pair or men s
shoes-in the store this week for $2.50.
ilnrst, agent for Rock Island factory
line. Open tonisrnt.
There are other soaps besides Anti-
Washboard soap made here at home.
The wrappers of any of onr brands
are valuable for premiums.
All $1.50 underwear 99 cents, all $1
underwear rj cents, all o cents un
derwear 58 cents. A $1,000 guaran
tee that everything is as advertised.
M. & K.
Robert A. Cox yesterday afternoon
swore out a state warrant before Jus
tice Cramer against Edward Kautz,
charging him with keeping his saloon
open on Sunday.
We placed on sale this morning a
fine line of all wool kersev overcoats.
made and trimmed to perfection," at
$10. These were our $13.50 coats.
We back our statement with a $1,000
guarantee. M. & K.
The Eureka club will give its first
grand masked ball New Year's eve at
lieslin's hall, 1503 Second avenue.
Two grand prizes will be given away.
Tickets 50 cents, ladies free. Cos
tumes can be had at the hall.
The weather bureau hit it exactly
on its prognostications of yesterday
as to a radical decline in the tempera
ture during last night. The mercury
slid down from 52 to 8 above between
yesterday afternoon and this morning.
A union made shoe has the union
stamp on every pair. No shoes are
union made unless they bear the
stamp. We have them for men and
boys from $1.50 to $3.50 a pair. Also
a line of ladies' shoes warranted.
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Way's mufflers, a new supply just u,1-v I,,u'-
in at Simon & Mosenfelder's. I " s otlicially announced that the
t- -. , . . i Muscatine .North & South railroad will
. k I be opened for traflic Jan. 20. Connec-
warm at Stewart s, the natter. I.. , . , ... . ,
I tion has been made with the Iowa
Oranges pears, apples, bananas. Ventral at Elrick Junction. W. R.
grapes and nuts at S. J. Apple s. Stewart, of Muscatine, is president
All Coon collars go at two pair for ; and general manager of the company.
a quarter at Simon & Mosenfelder's. I , , , , ,
jL . , . I The clearing sale of men s shoes
Plenty of fresh dressed turkeys. ' wil, continue until the entire stock
chickens, ducks and geese, at Hess now on ham, closed out We WRnt
Hros . maje room for spring goods.
Warm back ulsters lots of com- rWhile this sale lasts yon get the $3.50
fort in them, at Simon & Mosen- nd $4 grades for, ,$2.50. Hurst,
felder's., agent for Rock Island factory line.
Choice table butter 17 cents a Open tonight. "V
pound. eggs 20 cents a dozen at j The Tri.City Ministerial alliance
Beecher s. 'will meet next Monday at 2 p. m. at
Plenty of turkeys, geese, ducks and the Rock Island Y. M. C. A. chapel,
chickens, alive or dressed, at W. C. Rev Marquis, pastor of Broadway
Maucker's. Presbyterian church, will present a
Investigate the men's suits M. & paper on "The Duty of the Church to
K. are now selling at $4.95, reduced Our Colonies, Present and Prospee
frora $6.95. itive."
Genuine ladies' welt shoes $2.50 at ' The next lecture by Prof. Zucblin in
Adams'. No better any where for less the University Extension Course, en
than $3.50. titled "The Moral Life of Cities." will
J. M. Schaab is passing out an ex- be given Monday evening. Jan. 2. at
ceotionallv neat calendar with his JU- 1DM.lD largest nurauer poss,
.nn.ni;n,.nta .ble may enjoy it the
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We are showing the largest and best line of
STEEL RANGES, CAST .COOKS and
RANGES, HEATERS and FURNACES in
.the city, at prices . that defy competition.;
'.'.it It will pay you to call and examine them at
155-1617 Second Avenue.
I ...SHOE S
Regent, S3.50 Shoes, for men. go
In order to close out all Winter Shoes, we
shall take time by the forelock, and give you
an opportunity to buy seasonable Shoes at cut
prices, the best Shoes in the land.
New Year Joys
Will come to many
homes, but to none
will it be more cheery
than to those whose
trading is done at Rock
Island's leading gro
cery. Look belnw:
Head Lettuce, Spanish Onions,
Wax Be ans.
Dressed Gese, Dressed Chicken,
Dressed Ducks. Dressed Turkeys,
CANNED AND Ill'LK OYSTERS.
lecture will 1e
will be made free to all. Like all
the others in the course, the lecture
out odd lots at less than
Dr. Stanley, optician, at
mann's store Saturday. Glasses litted
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K"ruiBeu. wiu fu,lv. niustrated with stereop-
Capt. Leonard Arnold, a well known ticon views",
riverman, died at his home in Musca-; , .
tine Wednesday. I Observer Sherier. of the weather
, " I bureau, has preparetl data of weather
' . J . . . conditions for a period of it vears
during the month of January. In
One lot of bojs' skates, 35c a pair, as
lot of girls skates, 69 cents a
board soap and you will receive
j that time the mean temperature was
Have you seen the ladies' 2.50 shoe 20. the warmest month being that of
Adams is selling this week? Others , lg80 witn an aTerage of 87; the cold
cnarge f 3.50 for no better. est that of 1875. when the average
Nice dressed turkeys 12 cents a
pound, dressed chickens and ducks 9
cents a pound at Heecher's.
Have you seen the combination
overcoat-ulster? It'a a beauty, sure.
For sale at Simon & Mosenfelder's only.
Make yourself comfortable this
weather by getting a warm cap or
pair of gloves at Stewart's, the hatter.
- At the clearing sale of Rock Island
factory women's shoes yoa get your
ttm-rm W mmimm Mat m en m ma
a mild and elcun luUn ar simpli u-
erfal. Mr tacbier aod I won UxtMrrvd wiib
slok stomacb aod our broata aa er, bmd. After
taking a few dosea of Co!t w Lmt. improTed
wutxterf aUr. Trier are a Tat belp In taa taallj."
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nnairant Pa)mtat. Poceot. TaMe Good. Do
Oood. Wbtt Hmknn, Wnrr- -t Crip. mc.16c.Xie.
. CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Wmmm Sinij r n 1 11 . fUt. ami hi. Vaa. H
at f Tfl D I r Sotd and ruruufd by all drnf
01 U"DAB slaw u (las Xobaooo UmbU.
was 8. The highest temperature was
63 on the 1st. 1897, the lowest 27
below on the 5th, 1884. The average
number of clear days was 9. partly
clondy days 11, cloudy days 11.
The local civil service board has
received notification from Washing
ton that in addition to its present
duties it will hereafter be expected to
perform such work as may come un
der the bead of the board of cus
todian service, such as receiving the
applications of those applying for the
positions of engineer, janitor, fireman,
etc., at the postoflice building. Ap
plicants can secure examination
blanks from Secretary 1. F. Krell.
who will in turn forward the ques
tions propounded and the answers
thereto to Washington, where selec
tions will be made.
lonr as thev last
One lot of albums, 39 cents apiece,
Any of our celluloid goods which
we nave left at half price.
A few children's rockers, close them
out, 69 cents, were f 1.00.
A few children's wash sets, the
$ 1.00 size 49 cents, until all are sold.
Any games left, close them out at
- . A Card.
We. the nndersigned, do hereby
agree to refund the money on a 50
cent bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cough or cold. We also guarantee a
25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
iiobst vox kolckrttz.
EC K HART'S
Free rabbit lunch Saturday night at
T. Von Hecke's.
Subscribe for Thx Abgcc.
We Carry a
Of the most carefully selected
Goods and are now in betier
shape than ever to give onr
VERY : BEST : GOODS
at the lowest possible price.
.Remember us with your
NELSON & LUNDQUIST
329 Twentieth Street. Phone 1090.
Money deposited in Mitchell & Lynde's Bank if we fail to fulfill
a single promise or claim this advertisement calls for.
Respectfully, M. & K.
rd those who have been deluded and disappointed through glaring exaggerations and unfilled newspaper prom
Ises practiced by Irresponsible dealers, and In order that we may not be classed with merchants of that type,
we have adopted this novel and convincing method of offering One Thousand Dollars Reward If we fail to fulfill a sin
gle promise this advertisement calls for. LAST CALL DURING LAST SIX DAYS OF 9S. Our sales of our two
mammoth stores during this year have by far exceeded our most sanquine expectations. We, therefore, propose to
demonstrate our appreciation of the patronage of the people by giving our friends and the general public a special
benefit that will be no comparison to any special announcement made during the past year.
FROM MONDAY, DEC. 26, UNTIL SATURDAY, DEC. 31.
u $ltOOO Reward if we do not fulfill every Promise this Advertisement calls for.
Furnishing Goods Dept.
All $2.75 Underwear reduced to. . . .
All $ 2.00 Underwear reduced to. . . .
All 11.50 and f 1.25 Underwear re
All f 1.00 Underwear reduced to ... .
All 75c Underwear reduced to. ..... .
Men's Suspenders, former price 19c,
one pair to a customer, at
Seamless Cotton Socks,-2 pair to a
customer, per pair
Ileav Wool Socks (3 pair for 25c)
Fancy Laundried Shirts, at 45c, 39c
White Unlaundried Shirts, rein
forced back and front
Heavy Dutch Blue Shirts, former
Linen Collars, at
Linen Cuffs, at
Choice of any Tarn O'Shanter Cap,
including those we sold for f 1.50
All Men's and Boys' Caps at
Men's Working Gloves, at
Boys' Lined Leather Mittens go at.
Men's Overcoats and Ulsters
Men's Ulsters we have been selling
at f 7.50, for this sale gp at
Onr Celebrated' $7.75 Overcoats.
.which' other Acaibfs liave been
selling at $10.00. for this sale
at ; ..;. .jitiiOfci-u 'i . . 4 .
. J it
Men's Jean Pants at
Our 75c Cottonade Pants at ,
Our 88c Cottonade Pants at
Our $1.38 Cassimerc Pants at ... .
Our Best Corduroy Pants at 7.69
Men's Suit Department.
Men's Suits at
Men's Black Cheviot Suits, former
price $3.98, well worth $5.00,
All of our small lots in Men's Suits,
which we have leen selling for,
from $5.00 to $6.75, go at 4.95
All Men's Suits, which we have
formerly sold from $7.00 to $8.90,
go in this sale
All Children's Suits, that sold from
$1 48 to $1.50, one to a customer.
All Children's Suits, that sold from
$2.95 to $3.75, go at 2.50
Choice of any of our $5.00 Children's
Suits at 3.75
Choice of all Children's Suits, from
$5.50 to $6.75 at 5.00
Choice of all Children's Suits, in
cluding those handsome Silk
Collar and Silk Vest Suits, sold
at $10.00, go at 6.50
Knee Pants, one to a customer, at . c
Shirt Waists, best blue, unlaunder-
ed, one to a customer, at 13c
All 98c and $1.00 Flannel Blouse
Waist , one to a customer, at ... . 69C
All those very tinest Flannel Blouse
Waists, sold at $2.50, one to a
customer, at 1.69
Choice of our Finest Laundried
Waists, sold up to $1.00, at 69C
Choice of 50c Blouse Waists at 29C
Choice of all 75c Blouse Waists at. . 47C
Choice of all $1.00 Blouse Waists at C9C
All our Children's Reefers and Over
coats at Reduced prices.
A Reduction of 10 per cent on all Men's
and Boys' Fine Suits and Overcoats
not advertised in this list.
We are every bit as jealous of our reputation for truthful advertising as we are of our business honor and Integrity.
Determined that there cannot be a shadow of doubt as to our sincerity In advertising, we repeat our offer: One
Thousand Dollars Reward if we fail to fulfill a single promise this advertisement calls for.' Could anything be fair
er or more convincing? Sale opens Monday, Dec. 26, closes Saturday, Dec. 31, at the Largest and Best Equipped
Clothing Store in this part of the country.
BRING THIS ADVERTISEMENT TO THE STORE WITH YOU.
AAJo A3 iK.!k
jmu ime aftjWBHtaa ii'SiSl m 'mmi J" " ' r Tri- . i tttbh-t' j am im'lm-r'--if'
1729 Second Avenue, Rock (stand.
115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.
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