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THC AKGU8, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1C35.
HONORS WELL WON.
Young M cCcmbs tonight.
Open nights at Dolly Bros'.
Rev. R. F. Sweet U in Chicago.
. Christmas candies at Trefi ft Co's.
See Woltmsnn's ad on seventh
Books free at Mcln tyre-Beck Co's.
' Acme beater's reputation firmly
A beauty bright, Dolly Bros'. 92
Tree trimmings and ornaments at
Tref it Co's.
See Shields' hot shot in prices In
Fancy upholstered rockers from $2
up at Fleming's.
Red star is the thing to polish
plated show cases.
Mclntjre-Reck Co's. tonight spe
cials tn another column.
Books given away tonight at Mc
Cabe Bros'. Open evening.
Sixty-live cents bays a nice em
broidered slipper at Adams'.
Come out tonight and see Santa
Claus at Mclntyre-Reck Co's, win
dow. Miss Anna Markham. of Musca
tine, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernst
Handsome doll buggies with fancy
shades from G5 cents up at Tref
Handkerchief at less than whole
sale prices today at Young ft Mo-Combs'.
An elegant line of leather slippers
in tans and blacks to select from at
If you want to make 91 reach two
buy your holiday goods at Young &
' Have you seen Adams' lioe of holi
dsy Mippors? Assortment right,
prices right also.
(iuntber's celebrated randies fresh
twice a week at McCabe Bros'. None
better, none purer.
rocketbooks given away at Mcln-tvre-Reck
Co's. tonight. Read spe
cial in another column.
Spare ribs, tenderloin, leaf lard,
h'ttilder steak and pork trimmings
at II. Tremann ft Sons'.
Buy your wife a genuine Singer
machine for Christmas. Cash or
easy payments, 319 Twentieth street.
Two barns on the'pre raises of Dan
iel I'inneo, in Cordova, were de
stroyed by fire early yesterday morn
ing. Children's new books the Child
hood series, 64 pages. Five Little
1'eppers, 10 cents each at McCabe
Children's books Good Cheer se
ries, six kinds, 160 pages, 22 cents
at McCabe Bros'. Open evenings to
Toys of every description to please
the little people going at low prices
at Trefa & Co's. Come and have
thein laid aside.
Spare ribs, tenderloin, leaf lard.
shoulder steak and pork: trimmings
at II. Tremann & Sons'.
The marriage of William Gotthardt
and Mis Susan Shields was sol
cmnlxed last Thursday by Rev. R. F.
Sweet, of Trinity church.
From now until Christmas I will
be opt-n evening's, and furniture will
lie sold at great reduction. II. F,
Cordes, 1H02 Second avenue.
The special judicial election is at
tracting little attention in Rock Isl
and todny. and the indications are
that a light vote will be polled.
Cant. A. J. Whitney has been
called to Burlington to the bedside
of his brother-in-law. Dr. Horton
Bailey, who is dangerously ill.
Certificates for sparrow heads:
Frank Carroll. 26; Harry Salzmann,
12; Charles Poehlman. 14; Anton
Fassnacht, S3; Leonard Wells. 31.
At J. -Ramser & Son's, sterling sil
ver thimbles 12 cents; sterling silver
2-bladed pen knives 65 cents; ster
ling silver coffee spoons, gold bowl.
32 cents. They wont last long. .
This evening after 7 o'clock 1,000
12-mo. cloth bound .books given
awav. One to each customer, pur
chasing to the amount of 91 or more
in any part of McCabe Bros', store.
Fred Staassen today repurchased
the T.ilM avenue livery stable, which
he disposed of Saturday to John Tin
dall. of Rural township. Mr. Staas
sen says he proposes to rest ck the
General Secretarv Bailey, of the
Y. M. C. A., should feel very proud
of the unusual distinction accorded
him of having his cut published in
the union. It s doughnuts to pea
nuts, though, that Mr. Bailev's
friends paid for that cut.
When baying presents remember
tnst tne most appreciated and most
enduring are those In the jewelry
line. Woltmann has a variety of
handsome novelties that would be
sure to please, also diamonds, rings.
watches, pins, etc., at prices that are
Complaint is made of the impsssa
ble condition of Seventh avenue be
tween Twenty-third and Twentv.
fourth street and the street and
alley committee has found food tor
reflection here while it is figuring
out wnat has become or the funds
appropriated for the year's work.
Standard Illustrated editions of
Hawthorne, Kisnsrtot, Lowell,
Whittier, Longfellow and O. W
Holmes' complete works, tor par
ilculare send postal to Frank Lasher,
(general deIivery)who will call and
show samples of same. Sold only by
subscription. Time or cash.- Any of
the above a beautiful Holiday gilt.
as tester the I
Few people other than those di
rectly interested have probably ever
considered the Importance of the
local branch of the G. H. Hammond
company, established here now near
ly two years since. Of the impor
tance of this institution the Omaha
Bee has the following, showing the
honors Omaha receives at the hands
of the company:
While the cities of the north,' and,
indeed, the commercial centers of the
world, are sending delegations, com
mittees and representatives of vari
ous trade organizations to Atlanta,
Ga., to cultivate the acquaintance
and attract the attention of the great
new south, the individual effort of a
single local firm has done more, per-
hsps, to make Omaha known at tne
great Cotton States and Interna
tional exposition than any number of
delegations could have done. For
within the past week the telegraph
has announced to the world the
awarding of the highest honors to
the G. H. Hammond company, whose
plant was the first of the great pack
ing industries to be located in South
"This award of the silver medal
for having an exhibition of the finest
quality of meat products must be a
source of just pride to this firm, and
its local manager, A. H. Noyes, more
especially as nearly all the leading
packers of the continent were com
petitors for the honor. Over three
car loads ef hams, breakfast bacon.
lard, beef extracts and innumerable
canned goods and other outputs. In
cluding their new cooking product.
Cookine,' were placed on exniniuon.
And an award by this committee of
careful judges will add to the al
ready widely known uammona pro
ducts, an additional celebrity that
wi I not only be to the advantage of
the firm, but to the city of Omaha
and the entire state of Nebraska
Not alone are goods sent to every
state in the onion, batsnipmentsare
also made to England, Scotland, Ger
many. France, Holland and other
The causes oi success in business
life are primarily painstaking care
and a strict attention to details, and
there is probably no branch of pro
duction in which care is more neces
sary in every process than in the
providing of meats and the manifold
products obtained irom live siock.
To the admirable system and the
utilization of every modern appli
ance, material and device is doe the
great success of the U. H. Hammond
company. Under the efficient man
agement oi Mr. Moves tne sou in
Omaha establishment of this firm has
obtained a position anapproaohed by
any of the similar enterprises in the
world. It is claimed tnat tnere is
greater care used in the preparing
and preserving oi canned meats by
this firm than in any canning con
cern in existence, and the grade of
stock used in this department is a
matter of common notoriety on the
A visit to the collossal plant at
South Omaha will show the best ar
ranged packing houses in the world.
It would seem to the ordinary ob
server that no detail, either with ref
erence to facility or cleanliness could
be added. And when the Uotton
States and International exposition
passes into history Dec. 31, that evi
dence of a new awakening in . the
south may be recalled by Omaha peo
ple with the pleasant knowledge mat
one of the city's chief Industries re
ceived a well deserved honor at the
hands of our brothers of the south."
This evidence of appreciation
the part of Omaha is certainly very
nattering to tne Hammond people
and demonstrates that tbev are lead
ers in their line. The local manage
ment, conducted by W. J. Price, is
anxious that the public should un
derstand that the mests furnished to
the people of this vicinity are of the
highest grade of excellency and re
spectfully asks that all who would
wish to nave tne best the market
affords cooperate by asking their
dealers for Hammond's meats or
XI V f
Brines common and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lets expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pun liquid
laxative principles embraced in the I
tnmedr. Svtud of Fiea.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tne retreamng ana truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana Dermanentlr curing- constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
toes wiua wio proYt ui wio uiraiw
nrofession. because it acts on the Kid
ney Liver and Bowels without weak'
eninc them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Byrup or igs is lor saie oy au arug
rists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man-
a factored by the California Fig Syrup
(Jo. only, whose name is pnntea on every
nackaz e. also the name. Syrup of Furs.
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute u o tiered.
i T-TrtliHnv I
23 lbs granulated sugar.. 91-00
Hess Bros' Queen flour.
every sack guaranteed . . 88c
Dandy Patent 83c
Canned peaches, pee can.. 'tOc
Canned tomatoes . 7o
Canned -corn Co
7, 8 and 9c
All dry yeast, per package So
Rye flour, per sack.:. . . ., . 28c
Rve meal, ner suck A ' 27e
4 Corn meal, per sack:...'.. 1VJ
M Best rolled oats. 10 lbs .... 25c
1 ! : ii. - -
j vaniuruii prunu per id., oe
J Turkish prunes So
3 Parlor matches, per p'k'ge. 10c
4 New York buckwheat, 1 lb
Pat. Calf Standard Heel,
Tokio, AA widths up.
Fine Dong. Needle Toe.
Bow and Buckle.
Barney & Berry's
Of Skates ;v
GET YOUR SKATES ON
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
aroat the rBorLB
Put np is fancy packages for Cbriatmai
presents or In palls d.barrele for
schools and churches. Bemasaber ws
sake our Cand'es fresh every day,
thereto in buying U fross as yon are
sure of getting It fresh and pore.
Don't be humbugged by b trying that
cheap tc or 8c track when yea can get
- the bast Home Made broke nixed
at 10c a pound fross
And thay guarantee it fresh and pare.
Mo danger of poison in Ureal Math's
Candies, for they Know how to make
It, Toe "kaow how" is a great factor
tn pndnetDg Candy that is pure sad
wholesome. Remember this and let
a sell yon your eandies. We have it
pat np ia fancy packages.
And they are the fix est (Lat are mad.
They will surely please yon and at
prices no higher than others charge
yon for old cheap Candy. We aia
in tbe Candy business, wholesale and
retail, and want you trade.
Krell & Math
Qaaaits ni B alary fjocds.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second At.
Trees and Trimmings for Trees
l enaiess variety. ,
Mc II tlty re-Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, HL
And holiday economy both are here. The store is re
splendent with Chriatmas suggestions crowding both
dots, uooas 01 au tunas to meet the holiday
thought; prieea the loweat to help you out in the
thinkine. Don't do Tourself the iainatioe of nurehaa.
log before looking here. You'll find there's a lot of
economy in our prices.
HOLIDAY DRESS GOODS, r
Never before has the tendency been so strong to buy
nseful Christmas gifts, and the Dreas Goods counters
are busy places. This week we make our strongest
effort and will place most wantable and acceptable
Dress Goods within the reach of anybody's parse.
Head with care:
Full 8-yard Dress Patterns, a variety of pretty
weaves, per pattern, f 1.45.
A dozen or more novelty Dress Good styles, per
Dress Goods you've paid up to 50c for, per pattern.
Splendid assortment of novelties in value np to 68c,
per pattern, $3.48.
Figure out your saving. How differently a Dress
Pattern looks when put in a neat box. It then be
comes a gift made for you. We will this week box
free of charge any Dress Pattern at $2.50 or over.
DOLLS, BOOKS, GAMES AND TOYS.
Would you know how to bay the beat at the lowest
prices? Then come here. Big exhibit on second
floor. Thousanda of amusing and interesting things.
Hundreds of dainty thinga in China for holiday gifts.
Seasons come and sen sons go, bat the Handkerchief
has all seasons for its own especially Christmaa. It
ia a satisfaction to find one gift on which yon can't go
wrong. Everybody wants more Handkerchiefs. Sel
dom has a Handkerchief offering drawn more atten
tion than oar now famous 25c lot. Beantif ally em
broidered values at 35c, 88c, 42c and 60c, apriakled ia .
with a liberal hand it ia truly a reward for the look
ing. This week we will sell 60 dosen (720) of the us
ual 25c embroidered Handkerchiefs at 15c and 18c
You'll be well paid for coming. The fast color Ham
burg Handkerchiefs, printed with Christmaa scenes,
are a marvel of cheapness and beauty at 4c; halt the
usual asked prices. Thousands of Handkerchiefs
from lc to So each. Handkerchiefs in lots of halt
dozens or more at 25c and np will be neatly boxed free
of charge. Handkerchiefs at 50c and op will be boxed
in lots of one-fourth dozens.
Don't fail to bring the children to aee Santa Claus
in his workshop in the big east window.
Some Suggestions i
Clemann & Salzmann are always awake to the requirements
of the hour and the year. They are making a special effort
on Holiday presents-giving the public the best that can be
had for the least money. Here are a few suggestions for
you in selecting
A SUITABLE PRESENTS
Fancy rocking chair.
A Side board,
Set of chairs,
Or a bed room
' Don't forget that we have many other handsome and orna
mental as well as useful articles that would be very
acceptable. Largest assortment in the three cities, and
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street
Pat. Leather. Needle Toe.
Bow and Buckle, White' Kid
Gentlemen's Home , Slip- --
Ears, Boys- Home suppers
arge variety. . . t . .
Ha Qaotee Tea a Pew Spa Cash Prises.
23 pounds granulated augar.. ..$1,001
Shields' Beat-Hour 88c
No. 1 patent floor 83c I
50-pound can leaf lard 3.271
rresn corn meal, per sack -. 90
California prunes, per pound. . 4c
Gunpowder Japan tea 81c
Sardines, per can sc
California egg plums, per can... 10c
California green pages, per can. 10c
8-pound can blackberries, per
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen . . . 20c
Large quantity of roll and jar
outter omv inc 1 1
Dried pears, per pound 6c LsfffffsTi I A7Ff
VtXX miffM. nop nnnnit 1 0 1 we afga
........ i i .....
Comb honey, per p ond 14c
- - ek
xours lor cash.
J. T. Shields.
To set what yon want at Jost-what-you-want-to-pay-prlce.
Hade arrangements a long
time ago to be
The) Dsai.t Caer.
Ife TV If f!... mnA J. I. Uaaa
are in Peoria today representing the I At. TaylOf'S Afialll
city tn me u. o. court, wnere juage
Men's Suits. Children's Suits.
Men's all wool Suits $7.50, $10 and $ 12.5a Children's Suits at 99c, $1.50 and $248.
Men's Overcoats. Boys' Overcoats.
MenFine Beaver Overcoats $7.38. dandies at Boys' Overcoats at $2.98. $3.98 and $5.
Swell Hats. Ribbed Underwear.
Your parse will open quickly when yoa ease upon those Swell SSc is oar price for that Bibbed Underwear, identically the
I Hats; worth $2.50 of anybody's money, at $1.37. same as others charge 69c for. at 85c
Grosscupis expected to give his de-1
ctston in tne central aepot issue with
tne Kock isiana road.
At 4 o'clock th'a afternoon no news I
bad been received of the court's dis-1
position of the case.
' Ka lasS Blar Health mt SehMl.
Sad but needless. With proper
care ana tne use or zoa-i'hora at
a " " -
pnysicai powers ana graces. Bold
tvT. 11. Thomas and Marshall 4k
As he has for several seasons
past. Ton know what that
means that everything will .
be there to make the little
. They are plentiful everywhere, bat jast think of the price yoa have to pay at exclusive shoe stores,
and yoa will readily understand why we are having sack big run la oar shoe department.
Compare them with the M. t K.
Ton have the money we have the roods. We want the money because we have a fair equivalent to offer for It. Ton want our goods
too. they are the kind always ia demand. You'll find an advantage ia trading with as, for we are not only determined to please, bat to excel.
ism auu toe use 01 .coa-mora at I
mnE trp?rieddibJyiSe:! EMM TAYIiOR &!
1719 SECOND AVENUE.
Largest and Finest Clothing Store in the county.
Until further notice our store will be open eveniis till 9 p m
1729 Second Avenue--. 16 to 124 Eighteenth Street