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Advertise In The Abqcs.
Dressed poultry at Long's.
Geese tod ducks at Mancker's. (
Nies sweet potatoes at Long's.
Tarkevs and geese at Maucker's.
Superfine silver polish. Red Star.
Millinery reductions at McCabe's.
car to Miisn after tne snow
Read Young 6 UcComba' adv..
New Tear's dinner at the M. E.
Turket. geese and docks at H
Tff tnano St !Son'.
Bulk and ranned oysters at H.
Trrmann sc. Sons .
Jaooary clearing tale at M cloture
Reck Co'.. Brad ad.
A f.1 ladie' shoe and a pair of
virrgsiters ior 91 at uouj ttroa.
Remember the Carrie Raaaell com
pan v at Harper' theatre Jan. 1.
Special prices on corsets todaj and
ivinorrow at lomg at Alcl onibs.
Orang s, bananas, figs, dates.
. mixed nuts and candies at Lone' a
See Hess Bros', ad. for four selec-
non ior a nice aew xear's dinner.
Duu't forget the Carrie Russell
company at Harper's theatre Jan. 1.
All wool flannel skirt patterns 69
cents and np at Young ds McCombs'
Cloks. jacketa. capes and fura moat
go at- some prices at Young & Mc-
James McMahon has returned to
Peoria after a short visit with his
Far capes, 25 per cent discount at
Mclntyre-Keck Go's, clearing sale.
26 dozen ladies' all wool cashmere
hose 14 cents a pair, at Young & Mc
Combs. Children's cloaks reduced in price
at Mclotyre-Rcck Co's. clearing sale.
An underwear opportunity, one
third below value. See McCabe
Mrs. I. M. Lobenstein,' of Cedar
Rapids, is visiting her sister, Mr.
M. C. Rice.
See Shields' special prices in an.
other column. Dollars may be
saved In doing so.
L'se only II. Tremann & Sons'
kettle rendered leaf lard; every
Nice dress goods 16 cents and 26
cents at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. Clear,
log sale. Read ad.
Tbree dress goods items mentioned
In McCabe Bros, ad. should Interest
you. Hit and see them.
Conductor A. A. Rogers, of the
Burlington, is laid np at bis home
on Third avenue with illiness.
Dress goods bound to go rapidly
at i be clearing sate prices Mclntyre
Kock Co. are making. Read ad.
An Astrakhan cape 3) incbea long,
l'H Inch sweep today nd tomor
row $7.94 at Young & McCombs'.
Special pri.ie reductions on fur
mu IT and nevk scarfs at Mclntjre
Hrvk i'o'n. January clearing aale.
MUh Klim-he Warren will enter
tain a imixtny fif tuung friends at a
i.iiii iip" party tomorrow night.
Kr a healthy tahledrink nan Car se
O'. I filer's Black Hawk springs
mineral water. Telephone No. Ml.
The irrtaitttt cut, the lowesr
prices in the southwest are to be
found iu MuCahe Bros, cloak depart
ment. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Magee bve re
turned home to Atkinson, 111., after a
visit with Mr. and Mra. J. T. Ken
worthy. Henry W. Ludulph baa been in
Clinton for several day looking into
a retail drug business 'which he may
Miss Tripp's dancing classes gave
the losing matinee of the fall term
in K. P. hall, Carae block, Saturday
Has anyone ever heard of a suc
cessful bargain sale that was adver
tised only by posters, circulars or
Bring your family to the M. E.
church for dinner on New Year's
day. Only 60 cents for adults; 25
cents fur children.
Jesse N. Maxwell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Maxwell, of Port Byron,
died this morning at Conwav
Springs. Has., aged 86 years.
The local Salvation Army corps is
arranging to give a dinner to the
poor children of the city at the bar
racks at noon New Year's day.
Gentlemen, if you are troubled
with cold feet, get a pair of onr S3
cork sole shoes with a pair of over
gaiters all for 3, at Dolly Bros.
The friends of the Schnell club
will bid adieu to the old year bv a
dancing party at Industrial hall 'to
morrow evening New Year's Eve.
The force of men improving the
Central Union-Telephone company'
wire to Muscatine has leached Bine
Grass, despite bad roads and weather.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Werer.
haueer and sons. Fred acd Rudolph,
and Prof and Mrs. Brown, of 8.
Paul, are visiting relatives in the
Dr. Guy Lilly, of Chicago, and
Prof. Edwards, of Notre Dame nnt
versity. are visiting ai the residence
of James Connor. 702 Twentieth
One thousand sample pieces ladles'
ootton undergarment ( tit ftaaTA aKV-sat
have beeer place,! on sale at McCabe !
Bro one-tbl.d nnal.r -!.-- all!
" - H . W W. . OL
VY. B. Searle Is here from Chero
kee county. Iowa, on a visit to rela
tives, being a cousin of State's At-
toraey Searle and a son of John
Searle, of Coe.
Messrs. C. F. Gaet jer and Thomas
Laflin have returned from their Mis
souri hunt. Gaetjer says he did not
indulge in any -shooting of the
chutes" this time.
A splendid New Year's dinner at
tne at. cnurch Wednesday- from
12 o'clock nntil 3. Turkev and
plum pudding and other good
tnings in abundance.
The vonnr dcodIm of the Cavalrv
Dspust ennren, uavenport, leader a
reception and banquet to the von or
Baptist folk, of Rock Island and Mo-
line tomorrow evening.
William Baker haa filed his $832,
984 bond aa countv tax collector
with the city clerk. Mr. Baker's
anreties are Capt. T. J. Robinson,
rnu uitcneii, Jjsepn Kotenneia and
. j. uemenwav.
Caah enables ns to give yon more
for your money than any other shoe
store, therefore we will give yon
with every pair of shoes from $3 up a
pair oi overgaitera at Dolly Bros .
The Rock Island & Peoria has
made a change in its Davenport
agent, B. A. Bannister having suc
ceeded W. S. Brown as represents'
tive of the company's interests in
The Broadway Presbyterian church
young people are arranging a novel
anair lor next Friday evening. It
haa been christened a poverty char
acter social, each attendant being
supposed to appear in regalia repre
sentative of some character in litera
w. j. juaucker's delivery watron
horse became frightened in front of
tne National Cracker company's
building on Third avenue while left
unattended this morning and dashed
np to the head of Seventeenth street
before being caught, scattering pro
visions all along the way and damag
ing tne tnrning-gecr (otherwise the
fifth wheel) of the wagon.
The Moline Swedish capers are ud
In arms against one another. The
result is a 15.000 damage commenced
by the Vikingen against the Nye
Pressen and Morris Lnnden.
of Chicago, proprietor of a Swe
dish news bureau. The - litiga
tion is the outcome of an ar
rangements between the defendants
in having an advertisement inserted
among tbe Vikingen's plate matter
aavising snoscrioers oi that paper to
take the Nya Presten.
DEATH OF NILS OLSON.
Away at Kaclawood mt mm O.d
Rork talma M.rcbaat.
Satnrdav evening at Englewood
occurred tbe death of Nils Olson, the
former Rock Island shoe mer
chant, and father of Mrs. Paul Ham
ilton. During the day Mrs. Hamil
ton departed for her father's bedside
rexpoorO to information of his
angerous illness, but death came
before her arrival. Mr. Olson had
been sick but a short time, inflam
mation f the brain having been tbe
cause of death.
Tbe deceased will be remembered
by Rock Islanders as having for
many ears conducted a retail shoe
ore in the Harper house block.
About fourteen tears ago he retired
from that boainesi and moved on to
a farm near Mi an. After severs:
years he left the farm, going with
bis family to Englewood. where be re-
lded anlil bis demise. Mr. Olson will
be remembered as a man of enterprise
which enabled him to make bis busi
ness aff.iira profitable; he waa like
wise an honorable and Christian gen
tleman of such qualities as always
leave a pleasant and lasting impres
sion. Mr. Olson was 55 years of age.
and beside his wife, is survixed by
seyen children: Mrs. Paul Hamil
ton . Xock Ialaud; Mra. D. E. Peter
son, Tekamah, Neb , and Messrs.
Edward. Nils. Jr., and Misses Minnie,
Nellie and Esther Olson, of Englewood.
The remains will arrive this even.
ing and the funeral will occur from
the Swedish Baptist church tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock.
A raw or Shields' Special Prices.
Lion coffee 19c
Santa Claus soap, 7 bars - 2Ac
Mother'a soap. 8 bars 25c
Lai lard, it-pound tins 13.27
Star tobacco, per pound 39c
Clipper tobacco, per pound.... 29c
Climax tobacco, per pound S5c
oatue axe. per pound 18c
Smoking, per pound 16c
Apples. 3-pound can 8c
California egg plums, can. ... Uc
California green gages, can .... 10c
California apricots, can lie
Oil sardines, can Sc
Mustard sardines, can 6c
Corn, 4, 6 and 6 cans for ' 25c
Peas. 2. 3 and 4 cans for 26c
Tomatoes, 2 cans for 15c
Pumpkins. 2 cans for 16c
Blackberries, 8-pound can for. . 10c
Mince meat. 1 packages 15e
Shields' best flour. . . 88c
New York .buckwheat, sack.... 2S
Graham flour, sack 14c
Fresh corn meal, aack 8c
Rye meal, sack i8c
Rte flour, sack.. 27e
Roiled oau, per package 7c
Beans 4) .quarts... 25c
Dried pears, per ponnd 6c
Sorghum, per gallon 28c
Olives, per quart.. 17 Jc
Prunes, per pound 4c
Pickles, one gallon . .. 1 9c
White clover honey, per pound . 16c
Pails, t hoops! ..." 10c
Salt herring, per dnaen 18o
Yoora for rash. -Telephone
1217. J. T. SnstDS.
Bring com'ort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter tnan outers ana enjoy life more, with
lets expenditure, bv more nromotlv
adapting tbe world's best Dtoducts to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the Talus to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and vleaa-
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
ueucucuu properties vi a pence lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently enmg constipation.
is uaa HTcn aausiacuon to millions ana
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak-
f ,4.1 .. -a m
ening tnem ana it is renecuv nee nam
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drag
gists in 50c and 1 bottles, but it is man-
otacturea Dy tbe California rig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
Dacxaee. aiso tne name. Bvrun oi i
and being well informed, yon will
accept any substitute if ottered.
j Fare i
J FOR YOUR -t
m Yum Eifjijsa
E g Plant,
Cata ba Grapes,
And tho best line of
Canned and Bottled
goods in the city.
W vv ay ay
All odds and ends .
To be closed out ' ;
Regardless of cost.
We shall inaugurate a
Where you are sure
to find some kind of
a bargain to suit your
Shoo Stove, v
ALL KINDS OF
Organ, Violin; '
Guitar, Madolin, ;
Banjo, and VocaL '
EBoa iTAYLOIl no cm.
1719 S005D AYEXUE.
Barney & Berry's
All Sizes. -
GET YOUR SKATES ON
AT . ' " '
1615-1617 Second Ayenne.
That is all Bread
IS KRELL &
It is fast being recognized and
called for by everybody. It is
made from the best flour and by
the latest process known to the
bakers1 art. It is of fine grain,
rich in flavor and chnck fall, of
nutriment. We have the only
bakery in the city, and yon will
say so if you will but call snd
see it, and yonr only expression
will be: well I can eat with a
relish any article of bakery
goods made here.
Take a Bite of . ,
Krell & Math's Candy.
It is delicious when your sweet
heart actual or prospective
opens a box of our confeotiona
sent her by you. The answer to
the question, how to get married
is: bend her a box of candies
Krell & Math.
P. S. Try a few yonrself.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second At.
T4clntyre-Recl! Dry Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
JANUARY CLEARING SALES.
Clearing sales not in name alone, bnt in fact, at
which yon can pick np unusual bargains even for Jan
uary, all over the house. Yon can't invest yonr
oney to bring bigger returns than in Dry Goods as
WO Mil ID6 OS.
Dres Goods S lling Extraordinary. .
Val-.es high, prices low. We start the movement
with a 1 large lot of the usnsl 26c and 32c Dress Goods,
l be price for this clearing sale is 15o. The next lot
Mntains 35c and S7c iroods. Price for this clearing
sale 25c. Plenty of noveltiee in this lot. The thira
lot consists of 46c. 50c. 57c. 65o and 680 Dress Goods
In ereat variety of styles no use going at them in a
Half hearted wav so we plunge the knife in and cut the
whole price to S7Jc.
-a ?iws? inKBl?Ck Goo"-EIegant Hesv Silk, warp
and silk finish Henriettas at greatly reduced prices.
Gold Medal Henrietta, very heavy, value 1.75, at
Gold Medal Henrietta, worth fl.48. atC1.07. Gold
Medal Henriettas, worth $1.25. at 89c
Ecroyd silk finish Henrietta, value $1.12, at 77Jc.
A special lot or silk naish Henriettas, Talae STHe, at Sis.
-t fl1? "V Btaek acie at reduced elaaMp sale Mesa Wa
ml J also ctoee one a special lot of Sne Disss r atTrM a 4 a d? ..
Get the children readv for school this week. It'a
going to be much colder, the weather man says. We
put on our bargain tables 40 children's long Cloaks,
sixes 4 to 12 years, prices have been tG.98 to $8, pick
'em out at $4.98. v
A discount of 25 per cent on all Fnr Garments. $30
.6.50 Capes at 12.38, HO Capes at $7.50. These are
sorely worth coming for.
Fur Muffs, Neck Scarfs. Children's Sets.
What we have left from holiday sales have rot to to.
We have made prices low enough so that yoa can af
ford to take them. Seal Muffs, Opossum, Monkev
Wool oeal Muffs, all go at clearing sale prices. Child's
Angora sets very cheap.
Things You Can Use.
Frevh Plannels fo d eaatar aceoM at S0e aad S9 a van
A' Je. "u!Jcr "J'cli have bees SSo snd SSc
At Sue, Mafflors whMa were SSc SSc snd Tic.
Clemann & Salzmann are always awake to the requirements
of the hour and the year. They are making a special effort
on Hou ehold Goods-giving the public the best that can be
had for the least money. Here are a few suggestions for
you in selecting
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
Here's an Opportunity
To net what you want at Jast-what-yon-want-to-pay-prlce.
Men's all wool Suits $7.50, $10 and $ 12.5a
Men's Fine Beaver Overcoats $7.38. dandies at
Tour purse will open quickly when yon gase upon those Swell
Hats; worth $2 60 of anybody's money, at l.S7.
' Children's Suits at 09c, $1.50 and $248.
Boys' Overcoats at $2.08, $3.98 and $5.
83c is onr price for that Ribbed Underwear, identically the
same aa others charge 69c for. at SSc
Tlllf III I Tl I I II I I I III I ri
Largest and Finest Clothing Store in the county.
Until further notice our store will be open evenm-i till 9 p m
111 1 J W '
1729 Second Avenue 116 to 124 Eighteenth Strcc!