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THE AB6KUS. FBIDAY DECEMBER 21, 1900
WEATHiR WE MAY HAVE
Generally fair tonight; Sat
urday, partly cloudy with
possibly showers; cooler hy
J. AT. S11ERIER, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m 36,
at 3:30 p.m. 47.
M. & K. for slippers.
Carvers at Wilcher'a.
Read Dolly Bros'. adl
Air rifles at Wilcher's.
Fur tale at Bennett's.
Seet cider at Hortca's.
Order jour poultry at Horton's.
Folsom, the jeweler, leads them all.
Fresh eggs and dairy hotter at Hor
ton's. Trees, holly and evergreen at Eck-bart's.
Fifty cents to $2 for tlippers
M. & K.
Glove and far sale at Bennett's to
morrow. Concert at Turner hall next Sunday
Fine carving' sets at Summeis &
Concert at Turner hall next Sunday
Large line of toys at the right prices
at E-jk hart's.
Pork tenderloins and leaf lard at II.
Solid and plated silverware at F.
J. Dickman & Co.
Prices are right on carving sets at
Summers & Woodin'd.
M. & K place on sale today a linn
of slippers at 50 cents.
Sweet cider, diil pickles and sauer
kraut at Maucker & Tonn's.
Dance at Turner ball next Sunday
night. Admission 25 cents.
The finest dairy butter on the mar
ket at the Twin-Oitv jrrocerv.
Try a pail of II. Tremann's Sons'
pure kettle rendered leaf lard.
Men's $1 .sweaters reduced in price
to 75 cents. Somiuers & La Velle.
Ladies' nobby jackets in all shades
at $ Saturday. Young & McCoiubs.
Frt-HU dressed turkeys, geese, ducks
and chickens at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Choice dairy butter and strictly
fresh eggs at Maucker & Tonn's groc
ery. Have you seen the juvenile sweat
ers for 3 to 'i-year-old boys? See M.
Clioii-c lino of misses' and children's
hat-v going at your own price. Miss
Men's silk bow worth J cents each,
for Saturday 2 for 25' cents. The
If you arc looking for a pair of
slippers see the line M. & K. are
Home made mince meat (our own
make) 10 tents per pound at Maucker
I'OO ladies' jackets, worth up to f 10,'
your choice Saturday $5. Young &
Plenty of turkeys, ducks, geese
and chickens for Christmas trade at
Maucker & Tonn's.
Property holders have petitioned
for the paving of Twentieth street,
Moline, with asphalt.
Smoking jackets worth $ 3. $8.50,
and $7.iU; all go lor $5. None re
served. The London.
Two hundred ladies' jackets, worth
up to 10, your choice Saturday for
f.". Young & McCoiubs.
Clearing sale from now until the
first of the year everything at very
low prices at JNliss Byrnes.
A Dice warm slipper for your lady
wfuM be the proper thing for a pres
ent. Adams nas a nice assortment.
Lidiea' nobby jackets in all shades
at $o Saturday, louug McCombs
Nothing prettier in town than the
!iplav of holiday neckwear at the
M. & K. -5 cents. 5u cents and $ 1
Reduced children s sweaters, aes 3
to vears. worth f l.."0 to f 1.9S. onlv
$1. These arc hot ones. The Lon
Pork tenderloins, spare ribs, leaf
lard, pork trimmings, neck Ihjucs and
dre??ed pigs' feet at 11. Tremann's
The stage of water at the Hock
Island bridge was l.'.'O 6 a. ni., and
at noon l.i5. The temperature ot
uoon was 4S.
The holiday stock at II. Crampton
: Co. includes suitabe gifts for
young aud old, grave and gay. Don t
fail to look it through.
Japanette handkerchiefs worth 15
and 20 cents each for Saturday only.
2 for 25 cents. Plain white or fancy
borders. The London.
Don't forget the Christmas sale of
cskes, pies, pmni puddings.
Xr. Bnli'8 Couph Jsyrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croup,
Svhoopinc-Coupti and Measlo-Couli
without faiL All mother- prai.o it.
Joctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. tjurek, euro results.
T-icr. 25CCI313. Ffi the ilealt-r' .i:Ktiiale.
Always cures when others fail.
Or. Bull PUlcurtCasUptioa. 50 nils ion.
nuts, etc., at Thomas1 drug store
Lad es Central church.
The university extension, lecture by
Prof. J. G. Carter. Troop on Robert
Louis Stevenson has been postponed
till the evening of Jan. 3.
Your choice of one large table full
of frames aud pictures for 25 cents
Saturday and Monday only at Adams
.Wall Paper company's.
The pioneer of them all and hence
the leader in point of experience as
well as in quahtv of wares and mod
ern ideas II. D. Folsom, the jeweler.
The Minuet Social club will give a
dance at lurner nail Saturday even
ing, admission 2o cents. Mnsic will
be furnished by Lee Grabbe's orcbes
The largest assortment of all kinds
ol ties for 50 cents. Cannot be
bought elsewhere for less than 75
rents and fl. You know as. The
A blackboard would make a good
present lor either boys or girls. It.
Crampton & C. have them from 20
cents to 85 cents.
Your Christmas dinner would not
be complete without good butter.
Try Maucker & Tonn's, and get the
best the market affords.
The report of the condition of the
Rock Island Savings bank appears
elsewhere. It makes a gratifying
snowing for one of Rock Island s
About 50 high grade "made-to
order" picture frames at Adams'
Wall Paper company Saturdav and
Monday only for practically your own
price, less tnan nail on.
Plenty of smoking jackets to select
from; one cf our large windows are
full of them. Your choice of any in
the house for $5. Can't vou watch
the price? The London.
About 50 high grade "made-to-
order"' picture frames at Adams'
Wall Paper company Saturday and
aionuay only for practically your own
price. Less than half otT.
Fiebig has sold more cameras this
season than all others put together
because his goods are lir3t-class and
prices right. A new shipment just
received. Upen evenings.
Prof. C. A. Lundgren, the magnetic
healer, was lined f 100 and costs at
Moline today for practicing medicine
without a license. He went to jail in
default cf payment of the tine.
The Singer Manufacturing company
greeis all with a merry Caristnias and
a happy New Year, and will be pleased
to show their line for a nice Auias
present. 32 Twentieth street.
J. II. Gilbert, one of the Gilbert
brothers, well known as gospel speak
ers, will conduct an open air meeting
tonight, beginning at 1 o clock, at the
northwest corner or Spencer square.
Tri-city society people were enter
tained a: a dancing party given at
Masonic hail in Moline last evening by
Mr. and Mrs. C. II Ivppincott and the
Misses Gertrude and Ada Stephens.
A number of Rock Island's nimrods
wound up the quail shooting season
yesterday with a hunt. And now Bob
White's chief concern will lie in the
direction of rations for the hard win
It costs nothing to inspect II. D.
Folsom's stock ot silverware, dia
monds, jewelry and watches. It's the
part of wisdom to do so bef jre you
make up vour niind as to vour holi
The stamp, registry and money or
der departments of the Rock Island
postotlice will be kept open until 'J
o clock Saturday and Monday even
ings for the accommodation of the
There is nothiDg more decorative
for the bouse than art statuary. R-
Crampton & Co. are showing the best
lino in the three cities. lsit their
art department for pictures. Their
stock is the best this season.
A full line of umbrellas, suit cases,
satchels, night robes, fancy vests,
inu tilers, neckwear, smoking jackets,
bath robes, taxed o coats, sweaters, in
fact everything for the men folks
You know us, we undersell them all.
Mayor Wesscl yesterday notilied
the ofticers of the Lewis Roofing com
pjinv that if an attempt was made to
carry out the announced intention cf
rebuilding the plant at the foot of
Second street, Moline, which was de
stroyed by fire Tuesday, the council
would in all probability declare it a
nuisance aud prohibit the concern
from further operation in thetity.
Many Rock Island people will be in
terested in a dispatch from New York
announcing the reported engagement
of Miss Pauline Chase, of the "A Cadet
Girl" company, and William Kibbey,
a student at Harvard. Miss Chase in
private life is Pauline .Bliss. She is
larely IS years of age, but has at
tracted considerable attention since
her debut about a year ago on the
professional stage. She will be re
membered by many Rock Island peo
ple as having taken part in the ama
teur production here two years ago t f
the opera, -lowhatan. while she
was on a visit to relatives in the city.
If yon have ever seen a child in the
agony of croup you can realize how
grateful mothers are for One Minute
Cough cure, which gives relief as
soon as it is administered. It quickly
cures coughs, colds aud all throat
and lung troubles. B. 11. Bieber.
Hartz & Ullemcycr.
Art thou one of the manv that has
drained the golden nectar that maketh
thy heart full of strength and glad
ness? If not, take Rocky Mountain
Tea. For sale bv T. II. Thomas.
De Witt's Little Eariy Risers are the
best liver pills ever made. Easy to
take and never grioe. B. II. Bieber,
Hartz & UUemeyer. ,
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Men's Slippers 50c, 65c, 90c, $1, $1.25, $1.50. Ladie.'
Border Slippers 69c to 75c Ladies' Strap Slippers for
, evening wear $1 to $3.
Patent Leather and Patent Kid
Shoes in very large variety $2.48, $5
li i .'irvrijlKu.tljIl
$2 4S for Ladies' Patent Leather, Cloth Top, Dress
Shoe on new style last. All widths, equal of any
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$3.50 shoe in the city.
I THE BOSTON
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs. K
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I had four teeth extracted positively painless. I cbeerfullv recommerd to the
public that the dootor's anaesthetic U perfectly harmless tor eiderly people ai well
the young T O. Felts. M. D
I had six teeth extracted -without aln. The doctor Is very careful in bis ex
traction. I recommend him biehly. C. AV. Donald. 107 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a bit. I had lf teeth extracted absolutely witbout pain. Mrs. W. H.
Wise, 3 Fourteenth street. -
I ha3 eight teeth crowned with trold and five gold rtUin&s. All work was abso
lutely painless Miss Agnes Bersrendabl. 5fi Twentv-Rixth street.
At one sitting I had l? teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
aiL Mrs. Mart n Jacobsoo. 4fil8 Seventh avenue.
My face was badiy swclren from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 3TT Third street and Fifth avenue.
Our low prices that we have given the Public the Benefit of
will be good only until the 24th of this month.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2,50 and up
FILLING 5.00 and up
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street Third Avenue.
Made easy by reang
our list below. Give
us a call. Your erdcr
will receive prompt at-
Wax 1 Scans, Cucumber,
B wee tPotatoea, Carrots,
Orange. Crab apples,
f Grape Fruit, Apples.
Malaica. (J rapes.
Dressed Turkeys. Dressed Chick
ens Dres-d Ducks, Dressed
(ieese. Wild Ducks. Quail,
Freh Fish, Lobsters. Oysie rs,
I HESS BROS.
620 Second Avu. - ?Phone 1031 ' J
of Lasting Qualities.
Chain Bracelets. '
Umbrellas, ladies' & gentlemen's
Sterling Silver Ware.
Ebony Back Mirrors & Brushes.
Toilet sets in large assortments and
many other articles too numerous to
mention. There is nothing too good
for our patrons. We sell you the
best goods at lowest prices. Call
early, call often.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
Call at our store and look
at our line of winter suit
ing. From our large
line it Is an easy matter
to select gods for your
Prices Guaranteed. Workman
ship and Style Unequaled
J. B. ZI1MER,
1823 Second Are,
Throngs of happy men, women, boys and girls.
Happy when they come, happier when they leave.
All want useful gifts for father, for husband, son,
brother or sweetheart. They come because Christ
mas dollars and cents command more than any
where else. Our complete line of Holiday Goods
are on display and we have extra salesmen to as
sist our customers in making their selection from
ur Christmas Spread.
FINE KERSEY CAPS
KID SILK LINED
FINE FANCY HOSIERY
PATENT LEATHER TRUNKS
I $4.00 o .
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