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THE ARQUB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1C34.
S.-SO tomorrow M. K.
Pork at Gllmore's.
Pay your water rent
Insure with Huesing A Hoefu
Chair sale tomorrow at J. B. EcV-
Home made ' mince meat at Hesa
Another routing ahoe aale at the
U.1K. for felt booti 50c a pair
FIctare booka for 1 cent and up at
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Rett chairs at 5 cents a piece at J.
Dressed chickens, oysters and cel.
cry at Long's.
Try Hess' Monarch brand of
Embroidered slippers 49c at the M.
& K. tomorrow.
Willow Twig apples, 18 cents a
peck at Shields'.
Hate your dimes ready for your
Buck wheat flour and pure maple
syrnp at Hess Bros.
Advance sale of holiday goods at
Young & McCombs'.
One dollar buys 24 pounds of gran,
vlated sugar at Shields'.
Mens patent leather shoes (1.75
tomorrow at the M. & K.
Twenty-fife cents bnvs six quarts
of Scotch pes-, at Shields'.
Place your holiday locals in The
A rocs and receive results.
It's the kind others sell at 2 only
tl at the M. & K. tomorrow.
Go and get one ol those red chairs
for only 5 cents at Eckhart'a.
Malaga grapes, oranges, bananaa,
figs and mixed nuta at Long's.
Ladies, you can get 2 oboes for 75
cents at Dolly Bros', tomorrow.
Nice sweet potatoes. Holland cab.
bage and cranberries at Long's.
ln't fail to read Jackson 6 Hurst a
ad. if you hare niocey to invest.
Ladies' shoes, regular price from
(1.25 to (2. for Tic at Dolly Bros'.
Tears, bananas, oranges and
choice eating apples at Hess Bros.
W. H. II. Dow took four county pa
tients to the poor farm this mum
ing. Dolly Bros, will sell men's cloth
top patent leathers for $1.50 tomor
row. Ninety-eight cents buys a sack of
PilUbury flour at Shields' cah gro
cery. Men's shoes 8c. but the $2 kind
others sell go at f 1 tomorrow at M.
The finest banquet lamps at the
lowest price at Eckhart'a, Twentieth
Maj. Alex Mackenzie has returned
from St. Taul and other up-river
The Anors is the medium through
wnicn io advertise your Holiday of
Those 25-cent cups and saucers are
the talk of the town at Young & Mc
Shoe sale at Dollv Bros' Saturday
Ladies shoes, sizes from 2) to 4 for
Fish, ovsters and celery at Perry's
market, rourtn avenue and Twenti
Toys till you can't rest at half the
price of others at Elkhart's, Twen
Take the little folks any aee Santa
Clans' windows at Eckbart s. Twen
Oysters and celery at George Per
ry Vniarkct, on Twentieth street and
J. T. Dixon's condition is much
improved today, as his friends will
rejoice to hear.
The greatest shoe sale of the tea'
son at Dolly Bros'., Saturday, 307
The paved streets present the
cleanest appearance today that they
have this season.
Tomorrow the carriers will be
around for the regular weekly sub
scription to The Akui s.
Just as good, everv bit, as others
charge f 2 for. which the M. & K.
will sell at (1 tomorrow.
Crockery! Crockery! All the
latest novelties for Christmas pres.
cnts at Young & Mi-Combs'.
Tomatoes, cucumbers, head . let
tuce, spinage, raddisbes, parsley and
soup bunches at Hess Bros.
Are you ready for the big sale of
Hig beat HonorsWorld' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A fwt Grant Oeam of Tartar Powder. Fret
from Afnmoni. Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
men'a shoes which opens tomorrow
at 8:30 a. m. at the M. A K?
Miss Margaret Grady ha accepted
a position as stenographer with the
Hawkewe Distilling company.
Yon don't get one article for leas
than cost and pav two prices for the
others, at Eckhart'a, Twentieth
M. A K. for bargains in men's and
boys' shoes; bo ladies' shoes except
ing some small sixes, which at
- . e .
A Social dance ia tn h irinn at
Orion town hall next Wednesday
evening, eiener's band is to furnish
We hare a line of mm'a ntnt
learners, ciotn ton. refrniar rtrir
(3.50, which go at tomorrow's sale
10rfj.au uolly Bros'.
Go to the United Preshvtttrian
church this evening to hear Miss
Shontz, the dramatic reader. Admis
sion 25 cents and 15 cents.
No. 1501 Fourth avenue ia tli
place where von can vet the host
man's shoe ever offered for (1; Sat
urday only. George F. Schmale.
December shoe sale. Shoe snans
for the people: those 50 and 75c
shoes for children are corkers. Grab
'em quick; they won't last long. The
The December shoe nle I rmino-
. . . .. .
wwi nummer, at tne Boston: some
rousin? bargains: All of our -2 Sfl
and (2.75 ladies' shoes go at (2 for
mis sue. j.ne Boston.
Let 'em CO: 99 cent for men's
(1.25 shoes, and those 50-cent shoes
are not slow, 6 to 7J, worth 75 cents.
Attend this December shoe sale, and
get a bargain. The Boston.
You need not ask iiit nnearinna
as you kno'w what Dollv Bros.' (2
shoes are. Don't get Jeft, but call
early and iret a nair of their t-2 for
(1 Saturday only Dolly Broa'.
Ueorire jr. Schmale will sell for
Saturdav onlv. men's shoes frrti-
guaranteed to be better wearing
uues vuau oioers are advertising at
(1. Call and convince vourself.
Men's shoes from reirnlar stock for
, 1 1 .1 - An 1 . ....
i. an meir s-z snoes going in this
sale. You know what Dolly Bros'.
(2 shoes are. You take no chances;
buy the goods you know Dolly
A fortunate Durchase. and too
many goods, put us in a position
we can mace some verv low
prices on shoes, and we are p-ointr to
do it: Ladies' (3.25 and (3 bhoes go
at (2.50 for this sale. The Boston.
The Davennort & Rock Island Rail.
way companv U removing the rem
nants of the worn out guard and sub-
pension wires over the Second ave
nue trolley wires, preparatory to
substituting stronger wires for the
Mrs. Geonre J. Lehnerer and fami-
lv desire to express their thanks to
their neighbors and friends, and es-
. 1 , - . . . . .
peciauy me Buicners' association
and the K. U. V. society for their
kindness and assistance during their
Charles Wallace, one of the scenic
artists who fell some fortv feet in the
Lyceum theatre, at Memphis, Term.,
a few days ago, receiving a broken
arm, cut head and sustaining? inter
nal injuries, is a brother-in-law of B.
E. King of this city.
W. II. Haire, the artistic and gen
eral sign writer, has left his im
prints in all portions of Bock Island,
and through the absolute merit of
his work has built np a business
which is in itself the best evidence of
his skill and workmanship. Mr.
Haire's shop is at 2O0'J Third avenue.
William Moore, of Rural town
ship, was in the city today, and re
ports that while he and his son were
borinrr an artesian well on his farm
yesterday they strutik a good flow of
water at a depth of 55 feet. The
stream Has considerable force and
Mr. Moore is congratulating him
self upon the fact that he will al
ways have an abundant water supply
wiiDoui regaro to atmospheric con
ditions, and with very little trouble
The Interstate base ball league is
soon to be organized, it is stated bv
the Sporting News, and Onion Bill
McCaull proposes to go in with a
club from Joliet or Dubuque, the lat
ter city preferred. William calmly
assumes that Dubuque wants mem
bership in the league and wishes
him to manage the club. William is
mistaken. Dubuque is not seeking
membership in an interstate league.
She has had too much costly experi
ence in this line already. She has
succeeded only with a semi-professional
club which stays at home to
meet all comers and spends nothing
for trareL Dubuque Herald.
Cloaks! Cloaks! Cloaks! Back
orders of 50 fine garments just re
ceived will be sold 20 per cent cheap
er than the regular price at
You no & McComb.
It Docs Mo Coat Aarthlnr
to try Parks' Sure Cure. A specific
cure of all diseases peculiar to worn-
en. Ask your druggist our guaran
teed plan. Sold by Hartz & Ulle-
A man mav float in salt wafer with.
Out movins! bin hands or font if tin km
the presence of mind to throw his head
back and allow the body to sink to the
position which it will then naturally
la 187 a teacher in Flomncn hail
his home tmrned anil bnilt a, Mat-
deuce by selling two volumes of Cicero.
' The Argus delivered everv even
lug at your door at 10c a week.
laall Bronchial, Throat and Luna? tussiilns
X. Horn's Ookkm Medical DwroreVy briaa
relief and a permanent core. The wayk
opva so xna farms of Uonxmnption if 70a
offer from Asthma, Bronchitis or Catarrh.
Bogta early with "Discovery" and car
lTnpHaV Cock Co., Tenia.
Dr. R. V. Putri-
Dear Sir My wife was
afflicted -with asthma
for twenty years; as
she a tew oner she arew
worse. Her ease was
treated by tbroo emi
nent doctors, but all
failed: they told me
there was no cure
Discouraged as I was,
I resolved to try Dr.
Pierre's Golden Medi
cal Discovery ; she used
five bottles and two
Vttta oa vntir PlMHnt
Mas. 8. M. Ktkeb. Pellets." which has
. made a permanent cure.
? h trained twenty pounds in weight
esnoe the cure was eOectedL
D. B. KTKQL
EH YOTJ IS HXID
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a ltoattoa .
Waat to rest rooau
Waal a servant girt
want to sell a farm
Want to sell a bones
Went to exchange anything
Want to sell household goods
Want to aiake any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade tor anything
Want to find customers for anythinf
VSK THIS! OOLUMS8.
TBB DAILY ABOC9 DBLTVXUD AT YOC B
door every evening for 10a per week.
WANTS A COMPETENT GIRL INQUIRE
at 730 Nineteenth street
FOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHER
rooms, for gentlemen only. Apply at 60!
ffOR RENT A STORE ROOM IN THE NW
T Horst boilding apply at Woman's Ex
change, &s Twentieth street.
tTJANTEO A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
nouaewora at an. Twenty-third street
Must hare reference. Call in the afternoon.
A MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT AT
151 6:xth avenue. Apply U. J Moeenfel
der, coiner of Seventeenth etrcet and fcixth avenue.
WANTED A SMART, ACTIVS, WELL-dre-aed
gei tlenwn can obi a n a Srst-cla-e
and stesdy rmtition with advancement, by appli
cation at 153 rifih avenue, after 5 p. m., or be
fore 8 :80 a. m.
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENEUGET.C, BE
liable yonng man, with from $jon to S1.00S
carh, capital, to open a branch of oar bnpior ie in
hock I -lend. Best of references required. If
yoa have the money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant office bufltneaa. tend ne your references and
state wnt business experience yoa have had.
Address, G. W. Borland, U13 Wabash s venue, Chi-caen.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
IF YOU WISH ANY
THING IN THIS LINE
We have a
Nice line of Hardware.
And a complete line of
mixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
1610 Third avenue.
Mrs. S. Smith,
1805 Second avenue.
AVB 8E3ST 02813
Floral Bazaar. Cut
Flowers and Plants,
Fancy Needle Work,
Fine home-made Bread and
Geo. T. Crowderi 323 20th
B. F. Evans. I street.
Mdntyre-Recfo. Dry Goods cn
- Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Let the old year die
You put a Riverside Range
in your house.
Your wife and family happy
You will be happy.
Call and examine the latest
Improved Riverside Stoves.
You will make no mistake.
They always bake.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Might as well get something
appetizing as to eat some
thing that isn't. What's the
use of buying a poor article
when you can get the best for
the same money at KRELL
Do you know
That we make our own Can
dies, and that we know what
we are talking about when
we say they are fine?
Do you know
That we are displaying a fine
line of boxes and baskets
suitable for Christmas pres
ents, or a fine line of novel
ties for schools and churches?
Do you know
You can buv KRELL &
MATH'S Cakes and Pastry
at less expense than to make
them vourself? -
Do you know
That our Ice Creams and
Fruit Ices cannot be ex
celled? Do you know
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Our Horehound Candv is a sur
cure for cough or cold. Try it.
Attention and interest will sorely be) centered in oar
stores this week crisp, snappy bargains, auch as we
continually offer, keep this the busiest of busy stores.
Oa Batardar we swrcbaard the ealire Hoe of pilMrea s 4 HjTa
Cloate, of a sales eaa eddealy callra Basse by MwMS. J"et of be
aermeats are sew, eoaeov.r eree weeks aw the tea TaeMacwaM
on tbe an lira liae waa SO per seal ana we eaappea the lot. Tale week
yon set the brnrfli of oar imrceaar and can sate asaoey n a raftaeat.
Many of the Misses Jacket arc laaiee' sizes. It will say yea to taeet
t fs'e If roa waet lit saw style for Hula ssoaey.
To call quick. aara ate attoa to oar eieraat line of fsoey .C8.
table eorrrs. fancy scarfs Mewpetf Iraeiis.euL. we wlU sell while the
h last. StM sella of the IseM aaiitlac silk at per self oaace ball, lac,
seal i rice, asc . .
We will also sell spool eaikeoldeiy silk this week at, aer soeea. S
100 faoc table auua at 4e sad Sc.
I in cask tons onlj Sc.
250 fftod aabfelas. sietal aad aataral stick", at ae.
3U0 bc't-r Quality, Bne iai ported cloth, asuaral stick. Me. woald he
cheap at f 1 Kt
Adrt-eianeenkaaibrella.fl.a. , . .
Heavy siikambrellaa. real Wcieharl aad Ooeeo stick. baBdensjely
Boented with rote aad silrer aame plats, at Si .T5. asaal price la S4.4S.
At fl.M ee are selUnc or $S Baa silk ambreUss. aobbasst of siicfca,
plain and saoooied. oai tl (8.
At(iadriTclaaea'abearysiIk aaibtenas easily worth 930,
Ihe price is tl SH. .
The abov prices are for this week only sad are taade as special
inducement for yoo to bay for the bolldsrs bow. Tbe latest Ideas ia
Bohemiao and IWeadea lsll eSects ia ambrellas now oa sale.
Tne latt effect ia Isdirs lace aeefceear, raw aad stylish. Boll
day offering ta haadkerchiers, gloves, far, silks, dress gauds, etc,
bow e. e fr inf eeUon.
Snch as we bow offer Ton are s Mom
cannot afford to past this aale.
A saaaiaractarer or caraa aaa crockery m s 1,t
faery white laMawwa, rot-wded for iemkiiii Mat-1.., ,m
ibaa h the etwda reabisewd. be he ax rt.urd t ,.," , ' U't
Int. aad H awe oa aale tkw wwkat prior a yrr (!,-. "
Borklalaad. atoaaeaiber that tbrss are Back baaUsop,-i
aary whlteware. T 11 " " t-:.
9 fall at plees sets, price farr art. 5 "7.
ladlridaa Battara. eaca lr : bowla. : rigrr nn ,i
r: tea rap end eseeersa. ac: plale. each he: piro r- r
era. rack lie, e c . all far below the aacaJ prices for rue,,'). , l ' -"n
treat variety of
Ijnt laported rrearh eyairr aoala. heaetlfallr finh. jw , ,
old. ao oa think of aclllne tbrai for Iras tbaa r.r. but tt,, Z. "M "t
will Ibe. while they last, only Wc Ttw prior m oa low
aoln thawearacosapellodlooaittthraottUtyto, t ' f
doeea lead blown, clear Bint rlaaa tumblers, the .
ee-hee The wa lundeasaely lmoi.d. c. A bra,,trT.',r J" 4,:
thla tsaibler for ec There are about tslf, or lies tUu u. .
tity litsited. Vai.
t chamber srta. while they laat. a l .(a,
Ve are abowiny hsMeetne benqart lamp, hi m,T .
" Pr'- mk" C''m TUr " .... ai
nr holiday stock of dolls, tor, booka. ao" ... .
I rapidly placed oa a. ' !-cs,
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Islani
Poor Turkey .. .
How he will suffer, this week while you are
giving thanks for the many goods things
that have come to you. We don't propose
to let Mr. Turkey suffer alone,
OUR PRICES MUST STJFF.ER
thh, week so that you may be doubly thank
ful. The cut refers to Sideboards, Exten
tion Tables, China Closets, Dining Room
Chairs, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, and with all
a good Range to roast the turkey properly.
THIS IS YOUR CH.ANCE
to buy these goods even if you do not want
them until, the holidays. Never have such
fine goods been offered at such low prices,
and such pretty designs too. Step in and
see what we have to offer
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms Of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
M. & K.
We just received another
large shipment of Men's
shoes, bought at half
price, and which they
place on sale at
The entire lot of 600 pairs
has been placed on sale
at $1 a pair. Not a pair
in the entire lot worth
less than $2.
f A Pair j
Sale Opens at
8:30 a. m.
Do you remember the
SI sale of Men's Shoes
Weren't they excellent
This new lot is fully as
good, if not better.
to a Customer.
M. & K.
One day only.