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THE ASS-US SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1899.
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Stores at Hynes'.
Skates at Hjnes'.
Bead E be r hart's ad.
Air guns at Hynes1.
Rubbers at Dolly Bros'.
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Enabe pianos at Totten'e.
Pocket knives at Hynes'.
Bear meat at Schroeder's.
Merrill pianes at Totte .'s.
Bay a home of Beidy Bros.
For Insurance, E. J. Barns.
Toys, toys, toys, at Mitseh's. '
For real estate. . J. Barns.
Read Eberb art's ad., page 17.
Calendars free at Dolly Bros'.
Mallard ducks at Schroeder's.
Open evenings at Dolly Bros.
Remember Eberoart's piano sale.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
Page 17 will be of interest to you.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Phone Huesing for A. B. C. beer.
Mason & Hamlin pianos at Totten's.
Jans and ammunition at Wilcher's.
Violins $1 and upward at Bowlby's.
Regent $3.50 shoes f 3. Dolly Bros
Read page 17 then visit the s-tore.
f 4 buys a good guitar at Bowlby'e.
Whole German dried peas at Hess
Go to Walker's for Christmas bar
gains. Men's slippers 50 cents up at Dolly
Read page 17. Money in your
Skates from 25 cents a pair up at
Good mandolins $2.25 and upward.
Dolls, doll caps, sleds and chairs at
Albums, collar and cuff boxes at
- Get some nice venison at Schroeder's.
He has it.
Bissell carpet swospera at John T.
We are still giving away sad ironJ
Goto Woltmann for a nice Christ
Schroeder's is the place for to buy
Five dollar j a month buys a piano
New goods are being received every
day at Kingsbury's.
Smith and Barnes pianos at Tot
ten's music house.
Choice bear meat and venison at
Shoo-flies, rocking horses and
wagons at Mitseh's.
Get your Xmas poultry ai
Twenty-one rib. all rosewood man
dolinst'" at Bowlby's.
Diamond lings from f 12 to 250 at
Bleuer'a jewelry store.
Sheet music 15 cents per copy at
Totten's mu-ic house.
Special sale of all trimmed hats this
week at Mrs. La Frenz.
Family groups for Christmas pres
ents at Smith's studio.
Way's muffet in all shades, only
25 cents. The London.
Attend Eberhart's big piano sale
this week. See page 17.
Fancy euibroi 1erel suspenders from
25 cents up. The Lomlou.
Yon will tind everything in the line
of poultry at Schroeder's.
Eberhart will (lish prices away
down on pianos th'n weefc.
Remember the Metsfah"" Tuesday
evening at the M- E. church.
Subscribe for your magazines
through Kingsbury this year.
Just received all new shades of
boys' sweaters. The London.
Docks, geese, chickens and all
kinds of poultry at Schroeder's.
Music rolls, music rolls, all colors,
all kinds, all prices. Iiowlrn's.
You can save from $50 to $100 on
pianos at Eber hart's this week.
Pocket books, card cases, plain and
silver mounted, at Kingsbury's.
Save 75 cents a week and buy her
an organ forChrUtmas at Bowlby".
Smoking jacket, all this season's
goods. Prices $5 op. The London.
Cameras at 33J per cent to 50 per
cent discount while thev last at Bowl
by's. Xmas buying made easy at ttc
London. Plenty of goods to select
To close the line, will sell at 6 per
cent discount, one rosewood Boh-
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Baking Powclor Trust, but Can.
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jmann guitar and three Bohmann man-
Tickets for "Messiah" on sale at
Totten's, Eberhart's and Bowlby's, 50
Diamonds mounted to your order
in any design, at Bleuer'a jewelry
We axe selling the pianos and will
sell them this week. Eberhart's piano
Skates of all sizes and prices at
Smythe & Carpenter's, 210 Eighteenth
Books for children, books for young
people, books for old people, at Kings
bury's. Reversible mnffiers. all patterns
and colors; prices 50 cents up. The
Save your eyes. Consult Dr. La
Grange at Bleuer's jewelry store all
We now sell all the popular sheet
music at 15 cents per copy. T01 ten's
Ameiican club skates are the best
at Smythe & Carpenter's, 210.Eigh-
Summer & Woodin's is the place to
get your Xmas presents, something
that is useful.
Clothes wringers at half the prices
peddlers are charging, at John T.
Special prices on Oxford and Big
ster tibles at Kingsbury's Monday
C. E. Smith's photo rooms. Best
work. Prices reasonable. Opposite
Trimmed hats less than half price
at Miss Byrnes' holiday sale. Open
If you ever expect to buy a piano,
visit Eberhart's store and you will
certainly buy now.
Special inducements for Christmas.
Pictures at Smith's photo rooms, op
posit Harper house.
Packages containing live sheets of
music 10 cents a package at Bowlby's.
When you consider the quality of
the good, my prices are the lowest in
the city. Fred Bleuer.
C. A. Spencer is delivering, as he
did last year, one of the handsomest
calendars of the season.
If you are looking for a nice pres
ent for a friend, get a set of duplicate
whist boards at Spencer's.
Dr. LaGrange, the expert optician
will be at Bleuer's jewelry store all
this week. Consultation free.
At Walker's sale all opera glasses
worth up to $7.50 go at $2. 'Jo, and
from $7.50 to $12 go at $3 05.
American club racing f-kates are
used by all the great professional
skaters. For sale at Spencer's.
Three hundred and eighteen satif
tied persons in Rock Island are wear
ing glasses fitted bv Dr. LaGrange.
Seven old reliable makes of pianos
to select from, and special prices for
the holidays at Bowlby's, Rock Island.
If you are looking for the very
latest syles in jewelry and silverware
go to Frel Bleuer's up-to-date jewelry
At Walker's sale those nice toilet
rets, shaving sets, cuff and colltr
boxes, etc.. are going at very low
Tne pnly stock of roller skates in
the three cities, full ball bearing
lever skates, full nickled, only $3, at
Ciemann & Silzmann are showing
a line of fancy furniture suitable for
holiday presents tbat will delight you.
Call and tee it.
Have vour skates ground and
sharpened. We make a specialty of
grinding. Smythe & Carpenter's, 210
Harned & Von Maur, of the Boston
store, Davenport, present an ad in
this morning's i-tsue that will be cer
tain to interest you.
Some fairs are over, but we are
just commencing to sell the toys at
the lowest prices at the Eastern Fair,
the bett Fair to go to
Don't forget the Messiah" Tues
day. Dec. 19. at the Rock Island M. E.
church. Prominent, soloists, large
choru. fine orchestra.
Special prices for Christmas on tine
guitars, mandolins, violins, music
boxes, accordion", etc., at Bjwlby's
bargain house. Rock Island.
One rosewood, one mahogany, one
oak, all with aluminum fingerboards.
Wolfram guitars, at 50 per cent dis
count to close the line Bowlby.
L ilian French, from Chicago, will
appear at the "Messiah" concert
Tuesd.v evening, Dec. 19. at Rock
Island "M. E. church. Tickets 50
You cannot afford to neglect the op
portunity to consult Dr. La Grange,
the eminent eve specialist, at Bleuer's
jewelry store, all this week. Consult
We carry more popular sheet music
than any other piano hou-e in the
three cities, and it all goes at 15
cents per copy. Special pi ice. Tot
ten's music nouss.
We today cut prices on everything
in our s tor a. All tbo latest sheet
music at 15 cents per copy. Violins,
mandolins and guitars at all price.
The finest line in the city to select
from- Totten's music house.
Ia order to dispose of a large ac
cumulation of music we will, com
mencing; Tuesdav morning, Dec. 19.
place on sale at 10 cents each. 1,000
packages of sheet music, five pieces of
music in each package. Bowlby, Rock
Croup instantly relieved. Dr. Thorn,
ss EclectricOil. Perfectly safe Never
fiil. At iBT dni store. For sale
by Marshall & Fisher, druggists
The Largest Assort'
m:nt and Lowest Prices
la the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
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HO LIB A Y
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DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER.
This week our specials will be odd dressers, brass and iron bed?, chef
fon'ers, book cases, ladies' desks, parlor cabinets, music cabinets, leather
couches, rockers and fancy rockers of all kinds. Never have we shown
so complete a line, suited for Christmas gifts All Christmas goods held
for delivery when wanted.
Store open evenings until Christmas.
A. J. SMITH & SON. I
123 and 125 West Third Street, Davenport, la.
This Is the Season
When dinners are din
ners. If- you would
have it of the finest
Or en Onions,
Leaf Lettuce, ,
Ovstf r Plant,
Malaga O rapes,
Del ware (j rapes,
Choice Katintr Apples,
Haisins and Nuts,
Lress' d "ucks
Buik and Canned Oysters,
Holiday Goods Headquarters
Aihnms. FatirT Celluloid Goods, Koveltles.
Cellulofd album, tinted, embossed
with colored llowers 9SC
Album, nice flower on cover . .-$1, 49
Handkerchief box. satin lined... 25C
Necktie boxes from 25c up 25C
Work boxes up to $3, celluloid,
embossed, 50c kind 25C
Toilet set. nice mirror, comb and
brush. 49c, others up to f fa 49C
Smoking sets 49c
Triple mirrors 65C
Children's knife and fork, spoon.
mug, napkyi ring, set, (fl.oo
Lirge assortment of medallion s25C up
Opal handkerchief box 6e
Neck'ie boxe. cpal ware 05c
Chocolate cups and saucers. 5c
Vi. decorated berry sets : 6Se
Limps, center draft, duscher decorated.
5 111 d S3.85
e-inch sai d dishes S5c
At i)a. m . Monday, one gr ss doll cabs at
19c end at 3 D. tj. Monday, a lot of double horse
rockers at 33c each.
319 and 321 Twentieth Street.
Thongs of happy men, women, boys andgirls. Happy when
they come, happier when they leave. All want useful gifts
for father, for husband, son, brother or sweetheart. They come
to us for useful gifts. They come here because Christmas
dollars and cents command more than anywhere else. Our
complete liiid of holiday goods are now on display and we
have extra salesmen to assist our customers in making their
Our Christmas Spread Consisting of
Men's Overcoats Oxford Mufflers
Men's Suits Way Muff lets
Boy's Overcoats Negligee Shirts
Boy's Suits Fancy Vests
Children's Reefers Men's Slippers
Children 's Suits Patent Leather Pomps
Vesree Suits, Night Robes
Plush Caps Kid Silk Lined Gloves
Fine Kersey Caps Mocha GJoycS
13 mb elas
Puff Ties Cardigan Jackets
Teck Ties JERSEY JACKETS
Four-In-ttands MEN'S SWEATERS
Fine Silk Suspenders BOY'S SWEATERS
Smoking Jackets FINE HOSIERY
Two Big Stores
Two Big Stores. 3
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
1.15 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.