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THE ABGCS, FBIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900.
O Th Weather W May Have.
ft Generally fair toiht and tomor-
Q row: moderate temperature.
q Today's temperature. 31.
O J. M. Shchicu, Observer.
Golf gools at Spencet's,
Bay a borne of Reidy Bros.
Boy a watch of J. Raniser.
Big shoe sale at Dolly Bros".
For i isurance, E. J. Burns.
For r jal e9tate, K. J. Burns.
- See Dolly Bros ad on page 7.
Dres-etl chicken - at Beecher's.
Telephone 4483. E. E. Mangold.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
List your property with Reidy Bros
Dressed turkeys and chicken. at H
Tn mann's Sons'.
Bjlk ovsters, eclerv. cabbaire and
kraut at Beecher's.
Best butterinc 15 cents per pound
at II. Tremann s Son-. .
I'ientv of choice dairv butter and
frr sh eggs at Beecher's.
Doi't miss the removal sale at tb
Fo-irih avenue shoe store.
Don"t for-'et that C. Hansiren & Sen
are in the coal business vet.
Reluced prices on suit and ovei
coats. Summers & I.i Vt-Ile.
lhe best is not too norM for vour
eyes. Con.-ult Dr. La (irange.
I'se II. Tretnann's Sons' kettle ren
dered leaf lard, always the best.
Stok reducing fl and $:.") suits
and oveiciats for $15. Sornmers fc
People lind it pays to have their
errs ti'.ted bv J. limi?cr. I'erina-
Merchants' dinner at Harms'' res
taurant.. 2uiek service. 1'rivate sup
jers a specialty.
Mothers rru-ii! boys waists,
lariffi M.es, l.v cents Saturday. S.iin-
mers it La Vtlle.
Dr. La Grange, trie expert optician
will make his 17th visit to Bleuer's
jewelry store Saturday.
J. Raniser wants vour watch and
jewelry repairing. First-class work
men aid tirst-class work.
stio.'s are going last. tJur prices
make them o. Don t miss this sale
Fourth avenue shoe store.
Money saved by buying your shoes
at the r ninth avenue shoe store
Piice- reduced on everything.
Bov-i' waists 15 reuts for Saturday,
odds and ends, were 2n. 35 and 50-ceLt
garmant-'. Sornmers & Li Velle.
Pork tenderloins, spare rib 4, leaf
lard, sausage meat, neck bones and
dressed p'irs' feet at II. Treniaim's
Tne famous Xether-ole $2.50 shoo
is made by the Kock I-Iaml Shoe com-
pany. For sale opposite the llmper
The event cf the season Friday
evening, Jan. 12 at the Industrial
hall, given by t he Industt ial Home as
In the face of an advancing market
we cut to a low lirure on the best
clothing made. Sotuniers fc La Velle
The famous Nethersole $2.50 shoe
is made by the Kock Island Shoe com
pany. For sale opposite the Harper
Save trouble, time and money by
consulting Dr. La ("range about your
eyes. Consultation free at Bleuer's
jewelry store Sat unlay.
A special clearing up of men's odd
pints fl.'.M) to $2.75 goods marked
down to $1.75. Summers fc La Veil.
Joint installation of U. V. U. and
W. V. R. U. oilicers-clect at Bfselin's
hall Friday evening. Jan. 12. Tickets
15 cents, to include music, supper
an I dancing. All are invited.
We can save you some money if
you will call on us. We ran sc'l vou
thocs cheaper than anybody. Every
pair must be mM. Fourth avenue
shoe stoiv. 15ul Fourth avenue.
Headaches and nerve diseases re
sult from eye strain. In such caes
drugs are of no avail. Consult Dr.
L-i Grunge, the epert optician, at
Blotter's jewelry store Saturday.
A Chicago detective, who has been
working for several days on the Nina
Miller case, has so far been unabN to
get any tangible clue, but is continu
ing his investigation in the hope of
dealing up the mystery.
A team attached to a wa;on be
longing t ") Kolirs. the Davenport pack
er, ran awav on rourth nvenue In
tween Eleventh and Twelfth .streets
today. J he driver wa thrown out
and con".derabl v bruised about the
face and liody.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Schoesel desire
to thank their neighbors and friends
for the many acts of kindness and
sympathy shown during the illness
and after the death of their beloved
little .-u Byron, and also for the 1-cau-tiful
The billiard tournament at the Kock
Island Club is becoming very inter
nes ing. A handsome silver cup, of-
fered by the club, is at stake. It must
be won in three sucseisive tourna
ments before final ownership cn ba
claimed. A skat tournament will be
begun at the club tomorrow.
Many children fail to progress in
their studies, and are accused of being
uull;and slow to learn, when the sale
trouble lies in their eyes- Dr. La
Grange will examine your child's eyes
and tell vou the truth about the mat
ter absolutely free of charge, and you
are under no obligations to purchase
classes unless vou wish, at B.'euer s
jewelry store Saturday.
"A Wise Woman." the comedy
farce by llfred Clarke, has. accord
ing to the reviews seen of the pro
duclion, scored the most empatbic
kind of a hit. It is serving as a ve
hide to display the talent and ability
of one of America s dantiest and niest
fetching comediennes. Marie Laraour,
for the past several seasons with
Auirustin Daily's company, and she is
credited with ' having scored very
strongly in the production.
Twenty thousand United States
cartridge souvenir knives each en
graved "Lawton Fund," will be given
away, one with every subscription of
2o cents or more. Aid a heroic man s
willow and obtain a useful souvenir of
the late war. Send money by mail or
postolhce order, with vour address to
Col. J. L. Donavan, U. S. arrov, Louis
ville hotel, Louisville, Kv. This
knife is made from a genuine Krag
Jorgenscn cartridge, the same as used
in our Spanih-American-rhiiippine
war", the on!v difference beinr no
powder and a razor teel bl de inser
ted in the steel bullet. The shell is
Twenty thousand dollars worth of
books and stationery, pictures, pocket
iook., blank hooks, stationery ami an
endless lot of fancy iroods and ex
treme novelties are to be slaughtered,
R. Crampton & Co. having iur
chased the II. K. Walker stock at JO
cents on the dollar and leased the
store for a term of year?, and in order
to give up their present store room
within the next two weeks they inu-t
make rapid disposal of both stacks.
Saturday next they will commence the
great sale and continue it until the
following Saturday. They mean busi
ness anil will slaughter their splendid
stocks at prices ranging from 25 to 75
per cent discount. Sale in both stores.
Inis is the chance of the rear for bar
Flanniin sat's that on the 15th of
this month he will give up his store
room, ro. 2224 fourth avenue, when
he expects to leave for Springfield,
Mo., on business, and on his return
about Mareh 1 he will continue to sell
the celebrated Behning piano from his
res -iienee, 22' 1 Sixth avenue. 11 is
bound to make this piano better
known in this territory and in order
to do so he will sell at "a price that he
deles any dealer in the t iree cities to
produce its e'jual and meet him in
price. There arc over "9, COO of
hese pianos made and sold, and a
point worthy of consideration in
purchasing a piano is the age
of the institution which pro
duces the instrument The Behninr
pianos are among the oldest in America,
having been manufactured sicca 1861.
and the assertion that they are the
very best pianos made and the guaran
tee back of them is the strongest can
not be ijuctioned. Call and see what
jou can buy a Behning piano for.
Special price on the last piano in the
store if taken between now ami the
15th. 2221 Fourth avenue.
The annual meeting of the Kock
Island Volunteer Firemen's associa
tion was held last nijht. when olliecrs
were chosen as follows:
President B F. Knox.
Vice Presidents Thomas Hollman,
Secretary James St. Clair.
Treasurer B. Winter. -
The association will give a dance at
Turner hull next Wednesday night for
tne Decent vl a relief fund.
Food rrceared With "Columpf Is
Frea from Rochelle Sclta, Alum,
Llmtand Ammonia, Calu
met" ia tho Mouseovifo'a
NONE SO GOOD.
The Galesbiirg Retail Merchants'
a.-ocialion. at its meeting Tuesday
elected the following deteir ites to the
state convention of merchants, to be
held in Kock Island next month: G.
B. Churchill. J. A. Petcron. N. W.
Olson,' A. V. Koadstt utu and Fred A.
Card of Thank..
We desire to thank all who so kind
ly assisted usia the death and burial
of our beloved brother. Johnnie Brien,
and also Kock I-land Division No. II.
B-. of K. S. and Kock Island Division
No. 10rt. O. K. C. for the floral de
signs presented by them for the oc
casion and also the officials of the C .
K. I. & P. railway for the courtsev
shown us. t C. Bkiks.
O. J. Bkikn and family.
Hanan Shoes. Enameled
and tan Russian calf
Regent $3.50 shoes
our own make none
genuine without our
Florsheim & Co., cele
brated $5 enamels.
Russia calf and box
calf, vici kid calf
lined, to close, at....
Ladies' felt Romeo, 3
colors, fur trimmed
Removal Shoe Sale.
FOR THIRTY DAYS FOR THIRTY DAYS.
WHY? We have leased the building, No. 1721 Second Avenue, now occupied
by R. Crampton & Co., which is to be remodelled and made ready for us about
Feb. 1st, giving usdne of the finest, largest and most commodious Shoe Houses
in this section. We intend carrying a larger andjriore varied stock than in the
past, and also continue carrying the finest and best line of shoes shown in this
Easter to Move Cash Than Shoes
Consequently Shoe prices are going to be shattered all previous sales eclipsed.
It's bad for other dealers but can't help it.
We cannot quote all lines but simply hint at what we will do look out for
1705 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, 111.
Misses' and Boys' Shoes, all
hinds of Prices to
All odd lots and broken sizes in
ladies tine and heavy shoes tj bo
closed out regardless of regular
One line of child's turn
soles all solid sizes v
5-8, close at VC
Hanan box calf shoes P 1 m
for ladies to close at .kJJa- JJ
Ladies' $S welts co to " O
Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce,
Spinach. Oyster Plant,
Grren nloni. Parsley,
Hweet Potatoes, Cucumbers.
Malaga c: rapes. Catawba Grapes,
Pelwiire Grtpes, Grpe 1-Yuit.
Klorid Orat lies. Naval Oranres.
Mexican raui:es. Jonathan Apples
Hel eflower Apples Mammas.
Dressed Chlokens. Gunned Oysters,
Dressrd OueUs. Gams.
Dressed Turkeys, Shell Oysters,
Ifiio Second Ave.
324 Twentieth Street. Rock Island.
303 W. Third St., Davenport.
Crand ojH-nin lum h at I5:inkcr',
26 Fitith avenue. Saturday ri,jht.
(iraud turtle soup and roat duck
lunch at D.inny's saloon. Twelfth
street and Seventh avenue, Saturday
The returns of the McCoy and
Choynski tijht wi!l be receiVed at
the Senate tonight Music between
the rounds and a fish lunch on the
side. Zee McMahon.
Tbf II. It. I. & W. Hallway.
Has opened a city ticket office at 103
Second avenue for the accommodation
of the public. Tickets to a!! points
can lie purchased at this otlice, also
reservations in sleeping cars. The
short line to Chicairo.
W. R. Jakkkay. C. T. & V. A..
1NJ3 Second avenue.
Subscribe Ivt The Aeuvs.
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A. It 15
COMPOUNDING A PHYSI
With tbo care and skill it demands
requires the ecrvices of an expert
pharmacist to preclude all possibil
ities cf mistakes, and the highest
point cf. accuracy is reached by us,
by making our prescription depart
ment a lcatlinjj specialty, where the
utmost care is exercised. , and only
pure and fresh drugs are ued. Our
pric:s are always reasonable.
A. J. RIESS,
Corner Fourth Avenue icd TweBty-UUrdttreet
OUR BUYER HAS GONE
To buy two big new spring stocks
boys' wearing apparel for our two
leaving we were given instructions to
we are going to obey orders. If you
plied it will pay you to mvestigate the
of gentlemen's and
big stores. Before
reduce stock, and
are not fully sup-
Although the price of clothing is constantly advancing
we're going to make a showing during the absence of the
boss. We're going to have more cash and less suits,
overcoats, reefers, pants, underwear, shoes, etc. It would
be criminal extravagance on your part if you fail to visit
us before buying Will we have the pleasure of seeing
Two Big Stores.
Two Big Stores.
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 V. Second St Davenport.