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THE AUGTJS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1899;
The Weather We May B
F-lr tonight and Sunday: continued
Today's temperature .
J. M. EBtRlEK, Observer, ffi
READ AND PROFIT THEREBY.
The Great Clearing Sale at loans Mc-
Corumencinir Monday at 0 o'clock
a. m., Feb. 6, sharp, you can buy the
following merchandise ana mant
other like bargains at our great chal
lenge sale as long a they l..st. We
have not been iu business long
enough to have a big stock of old
e-oods. but our noods are of the latest
and up to date at less than allcompet
itors. We have drawn our big knife
In flit ilePTV anil rut we will to the
bone. Read carefully and compare.
We challenge everybody and anybody
to l,t these prices:
Laces, one lot worth 25, 35. 40 and
.r,Of. challenge sale price 11c. All
kinds, none reserved.
Curtains, scrim, challenge price,
per yard, 3c.
CurtaiDs. Swisses, challenge price,
per yard, 'Jc.
letme sale price 5c.
Mackintoshes, one lot with cape at
tached, challenge sale price boc.
1.000 yards unbleached cotton flan
nels. 10 Yards for 25c.
The best heavy back twilled cottfcn
flannels, cheap at 12Jc, 6,'c.
Tennis flannels, ic quality, 21c a
.'56-inch Lonsdale muslin, bleached,
all the time 4c a yard.
Extra tine 36-inch brown muslin, 10
yards for 38c.
I-4 unbleached sheeting, 14c grade,
10c a yard.
Good sized boney comb towels
17x35, fringed, each '.lie.
Bleached table .cloths, jcr yard.
24c. All-linen table damask, silver
bleached, 5'Je grade, challenge 37c,
Full bleached honeycomb towel,
fringed. 20x40. extra heavy, !c.
linch toweling, bleached and un
bleached, per yard, 2c.
Full si.e white crochet bedspread,
Full size crochet bedspreads, others
each charge 1.25 for G'Je.
New lot extra large size lodsprcads,
hemmed, colors liirht blue, pink, red,
and green, worth 1.75. for $1.25.
1) wight Anchor brand sheets worth
65c, special challenge sale 32c.
Mill end blankets, challenge sale
price, each, 1 4c.
Full size tciMpiarter blanket, worth
6c. challenge sale price 35c.
K!even-iUarter, extra heavy Ala
bama fleece, tan. gray and white blan
kets, worth 1.25." challenge sale
Wool blankets at challenge cut
price. None reserved.
Comforters, regular value 50c,
chal'enge sale price 2'Jc.
Great value iu white shirts, others
ask 75c, challenge sale price 33c.
Largest and complete line of tcck
scarfs, take your choice of our 75 and
50c values, all in one lot, for chal
lenge sale price 3'.e.
Bova sweaters, challenge sale price
Men's tan fleeced lined mittens and
gloves, challenge sale price 17c.
40 and 33-inch fancy worsted dress
roods, all new spring goods, worth
4e a vard, challenge sale price, no
old goods, choice 25c.
44-inch all wool cheviot serges, in
all the new spring shades, also black,
75c grade, challenge sale price 50c.
3-inch black mohair dress goods,
always 50c. challenge sale price 33c.
:S-inch Henriettas in all colors,
worth 25e a yard, challenge sale
5ti-iiu'h Meltons, in black, blue and
green. 75c a yard, challenge sale
lKnil.le fold plaids. 20O yards, 12A
and 10c a yard, challeuge "sale price
be a yard.
Mi-inch black silk finish henricttas,
all wool, imported to retail at 75c,
challenge sale. 50c a yard.
o,H-inch black imported all wool
crejHns SSo. challenge sale price, 4'.c
20- inch black duchess satin. $1.08
grade, challenge sale price, 2c a
21- inoh black double warp surah.
'JSc grade, challenge sale price, 69c
Press liuing cambrics, challenge,
2Jc jx-r yard.
36-inch silisia, 12Jc, challenge 5c
pr yard. ,
J'-yard spool sewing silk, Cortiselli
Pleurisy and pneumonia are fre
quently develojed, in a very short
apace of time, from a common cold ;
and, if such an acute inflammation of
the lanjrs is not promptly allayed,
the worst may hapien. With the aid
of Dr. Bull's Cough. Syrup, however,
you need not have any fear ; for this
great remedy speedily subdues the
inflammation, eases the pain in
breathinfr and always effects a cure
in a wonderfully short time."
Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia.
Pears are raaU and pleasant to take. Doctors
rccemncad it. 5 CU, At all druggist.
or BeMing. challenge sale 3c.
Black canvas facings 121c,
lene 6c per yard.
Dress bind'ing. for roll, chsllerge,
Children's fleeced lin-d jersey rib
bed vests, challenge sale price 4c.
Boys' and girls gray knit rnder
wearT all sizes, worth 25c, cha lenge
sale price 15c.
Odd lot of men's nndei shirts,
fleeced wool and cotton, up to 9Sc,
challenge sale price 39c.
Men's blue and gray wool socks 8c.
Men's merino socks, gray. 15c, at 9c.
Men's fancy bosom "white-body
shirts. 75c. challenge sale price 45c.
Men's fancy percale laundried
shirts. 2 collars and pair cuffs de
tached, worth !, challenge oale
Other bargains in plenty. Be quick
Yocxg St McCo.mbs.
Hot soda at Bahnsen's.
For real estate. K. J. Barns.
Piano boxes 50 cents at Klerhart"s.
Homes on installment plan, Reidy
The Rock Island Club meets tonight
Plenty of dressed ducks at Hess
Bros', this evening.
Dressed chickens at Hess Bros', this
evening. Phone 1031.
Attend the opening of Eberhart's
new piano store tonight, 320, Twen
Dancing school at Turner's hall Sat
urday evening. Admission 25 cents.
Attend the dance at Roche's hall
tonight given by the Hallelujah club.
Tickets 25 cents.
Seven different make of pianos to
select from at the old reliable music
bouse of D. Roy Bowlby.
Some great bargains iu second-hand
pianos and organs, some nearly
new;l per week will pay for one at
Bowlby's bargain house.
George W. Kekert telegraphed to
day to Sheriff Cralle from Albion.
Neb., that the man under arrest there
is not Tom C. Duffy, as supposed.
William Kllinwood, of this city,
was severely burned at the Sechler
Carriage works, Moline, today, by the
iguiting of a pail of naptha, which he
John Doonan, the tonsorial artist,
is the proud owner of a curling iron
of late design, presented to him by
Aid. H. D. Klwell, who purchased it
111 .New 1 ork.
The chess match bv lonr distance
telephone between the Davenport and
Iowa City clubs resulted in the win
ning of one game by the former and
three bv the latter.
Mct'al:'s store will be closed Mon
lav until noon, arranging and mark
ing down goods preparatory to the
;reat reducing sale which iegius
promptly at the throwii.g open of the
doors at 1 o'clock. Thev ha- e agreed
that their stock shall be reduced fully
50.000, when the new hrm takes
possession March 1.
COAL, VALLKV CI LLI.NOS.
Coal Vallev, Feb. 1. Miss Etta
Barton, of Cable, is visiting friends.
Charles Kngle is reported no better
at this writing.
A public sale will be held at G. Mc
Elvain's on the 9th.
James Spargo spent Monday and
Tuesdav in Kock Island.
Linnie Lindsav, who has come from
Chicago, is visiting friends.
A dancing partv was held at An
drew Park's Friday-evening.
Mrs. Jessie Currants, who has been
juite sick, is able to be around again.
Airs. Lena wienn returneu irom iuo-
line. where she has been visiting rela
Thomas Woollcy moryil his family
to Cable Thursday, where he has se
A number of voung people spent
Wednesday evening at Johu Brvce s
Mrs. i-.mma CTasir, who has oeeu
;uite sick with pneumonia and the
rip, 1 able to sit up again.
A crowd of people surprised Johu
Iees Tuesday, remindinji him of his
birthdav. An enjoyable time was had
by all. "
I he Masons and the Mars nan a
joint installation Friday night. After
installing tneir new officers they sjh'iu
the evening in playing crokinole.
lhe home of rred Kisto was ourneu
down Monday. The lire started from
a defective chimney. The place was
owned bv Mausill. Batterbsy & Co.
Feb. 2. Thomas S. Johnston to
John W. McAftc. nl nel and nej n.yj
Zj. 17. 2w. 7,fc00.
3. R. H. Savage to Henrv C. First
w 50 feet lot 7, block 1), ood s Third
add.. Moline. l,7u0.
Clark Corbin to Joseph W. Donad,
ni eJ swj 5, 17. le, I.HOO.
Frederick Osboru to Alfred Nelson,
tract by metes and Itouuds 28, 15, 2e,
Ellen Roche to Nora St. Clair, lot
16. Ellen Roche's add.. Rock Island,
Camp 1550, M. IV. Attention.
Notice is hereby given that a special
mcetinr of C. YV'I Hawes camp 1550
will be held in the hall Saturday
evening, Feb. 4. for the purpose of
taking action regarding Kock isiaaa s
interests at the coming state camp.
Meeting to be called to order at 8
o'clock sharp and a full attendance is
desired. J. F. Ml XiER, V. C.
II. 1. Cokkes. Clerk.
Usrd Coal Market.
Antbrai coal, all sizes, delivered
at f 6.0O per ton, for immediate de
eTerj. E. G. Fbazxh.
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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 will pay you to call and examine them at
155.1617 Second Avenue. ROCK ISLAND.
We Want to
Customer of Ours.
No need in these days to be ashamed of anything that's American. You know
we beat the world in building anything from a Battleship to the best Bicycle,
and to say we are representing TWELVE of the leading bicycle makers
means something that's worth your while to investigate.
Not Buy a Bicycle Because it is Painted a
You know poor material can be easily covered over. We can furnish
reliable bicycles in any color. We are preparing for a big business, and will
be able to show you the largest and best line of Bicycles, Sundries and
Repairing, at the right prices.
Harper House Block.
How many opportunities we
offer for a bounteous dinner.
uDless you trive attention to
the fact. CaU ut ibe store
and you will Hod no truuMe in
electing something for a
relish. Read Ibe list below.
Head Lettuce, Fpar.Nu Onions,
Oyster Plants, Sweet Potatoes.
Wati r Cress,
Pressed Ducks, t-resstri Ckickens,
CAXSH AND Btl.K OYSTERS.
1830 30Ml AT.
SOMK BIG SNAPS FOR
Wall pockets, glass fronts, 39c.
Box ftf writins paper, 21 sheets of
paper, 21 envelopes, 10c a box, worth
500 bottles of mucilage, best qual
ity, 3c a bottle. . .
2-quart granite pails 12c.
17-tjuart granite dish pan 35c.
3 pie tins for 5c.
500 bars toilet soap 3c a bar, 3c.
FU IWKK DEPARTMENT.
Roses, Carnations, etc,
All kinds ef designs made on short
I OPTICIAN. H
Thousands curel of eve
trouble by our method
of lilting spectacles
Is a grand success. It
has more than doubled
in the last year, speaks
volumes for the work
we are doing. ATI kinds
of jewelry made to
order. Old gold and
Manufacturing Jeweler H
. and. Optician. S
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To those who have attended former sales at this
store we have nothing to say. They know by experience
just what it means. Those who have not been so for
tunate we shall simply ask them to read carefully the
following offers and to come :n and see for themselves:
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$3.50 shoes reduced to
$4.00 shoes reduced to
$3.00 shoes reduced to
If you want a fine shoe here is your chance, as this
sale includes patent leather, vici kid cordovans and tans.
We have placed on a table Boys Shoes the value of
$2.25 to $3 at a uniform price of $1.50. Bring your boy
with you and . see if we can fit him in these special
Big Reduction in Overcoats.
Big Reduction in Underwear.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 VV. Second St., Davenport