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THE AKGUS, FRIDAY, APBIL 22, 1898.
Th Weather We May Hare.
Cloudy tonight and Saturday; showers
The temperature hat fallen in the
Rocky mountain atatea and the Dako
ta; In other sections It has generally
Today's temperature 58.
P. H. Drrr, Observer.
Tiger wheels at Lloyd's.
Special hat sale at Byrnes.
Pansy plants at Eckhart's.
Smoke Kinship 6-cent cigar.
Bay a home of Rcidy Bros'.
Summers & Co. store stows.
Tedestrian shoes at the S. B. & S.
Children's tan shoes. Dolly Bros.
Sheet music 4 cents. Taylor stock.
Eugene Burns is much better to
Gilpin Moore is greatly improved
Outing shoes of all kinds at tha S.
B. & S. P '
Read Hess Bros', ad in another
Men's shirts 25 cents. Summers &
Let us show you our shoes. The
S. B. & S.
Every one praises our shoes. The
S. B. & S.
Lloyd will sell you a good wheel as
low as $15. ,
Shirts. Stock complete. .Sommers
Dolls worth 12 now 25 cents. Tay
Five hundred steel garbage cans at
Buy a Novelty Blue Flame oil stove
Newest colors, nobbiest styles, at
the S. B. & S.
House shoes that rest your feet at
the S. B. & S.
All toys 25 cents oa the dollar.
Fancy Ikjxcs 25 cents, were 11.50.
Taylor s stock.
More gral-'eni-quick Saturday sell
ing at M. & K's.
Walking mado easy by wearing
S. B. & S. shoes.
Something new in garbage cans at
J. T. Noftsker's.
Medium weight underwear at Stew
art's, the hatter.
May sausage at Bunchcr Bros'.
Thone 2 on 1344.
Everything in the Taylor stock
goes at some price.
All kinds of fresh vegetables at the
II. V. Fiiiklestein, of Teoria, was in
the city yesterday.
Eltlredge, Tiger, Eclipse, Imperial
Llcyclcs at Lloyd's.
Fresh strawberries, three lioxes 25
cents, at Hansgen's.
A good place to buy spring suits.
Sommers & La Velle.
Canes worth 75 cents to 1 now 25
cents. Taylor's stock.
War on picnic hams at II. Tre
tnann's Sons' tomorrow.
Pictures framed and unfraiucd at
half price. Taylor stock.
Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords at the
S. B. & S. Shoe company.
Fresh strawlcrries and other fruits.
R. P. Reuth. Phone 1335.
Gloves that tit and in just the
proper shades at Mewart s.
French tissue paper, all colors, 1
cent a sheet. Taylor stock.
C. P. StockHouse returned home
from Pittsburg last evening.
Pearl fedoras, handsome hats,
11.50. Sommers & La Velle.
Buy your sugar-cured hams and
'bacon at II. Treruann's Sons'.
1.69 for all wool suits sold else
where at 7.50. The London.
25, 33) and 50 per cent discount-on
everything in the Taylor stoek.
Just the proper thing in spring
style hats can be found at Stewart's.
$7.50 for men's tine all wool suits
worth 10 and (12. Come. The Lon
don. Look to M. & K. to provide your
boy with the latest agony in Inns'
Tan and brown shoes f 1.50. f2 and
$2.50 a pair at the S. B. &S. shoe
For Saturday Iwtlbriggan underwear
worth 25 cents only 15 cents. The
Children's silk Windsor ties worth
85 Yean Experience.
403 Brady St, Daren port, Iowa.
E AS ES MEN AND WOMEN
MEDICAL JOURNAL PMC
How to get U- How to keep
waU. Consultation from o'eloek
a. bv to t o'eloek p. m. Saoeays
frost a m. to I p. m. Telephone
25 cents, for Saturday 10 cents.
Town talk those junior knee pant
suits at 1.20 and f 1.35. Sommers &
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reeve9 and chil
dren arrived home from Springfield
The best cooking apples in the
market, 30 cents a peck, at the Boule
It pays to have your feet trimly
dressed. This is our specialty. S. B.
& S. shoe store.
. Spring attire for the 1kvs. Not a
"left over" in 6tock. All new. Som
mers & La Velle.
Do not fail to get prices on su-ar-enred
smoked meats at II. Tremann's
When in need of plumbing give us
a trial. Stewart & Schofer, 320
The latest thing in shirt waist sets
from 50 cents up at Brookman's,
Have your tailor gowns made at
Duncan's, corner Brady and Second
Strawlerries, CutauUi grapes.
oranges, bananas and eating apples
at v iieelan s grocery.
Huy your shoes at the tourth ave
nue shoe store. It is the ljest and
cheapest place to trade.
$1. 50 and 1.60 will buy a ladies
chocolate brown shoe that" we guaran.
tee. S. B. & S. shoe store.
Don't buv a suit unless vou have
seen our line. Greater than ever,
lower than ever. The London
Ink, pens, pencils, blank books.
tablets and all kinds of stationery, 25
per cent discount. Taylor stock.
A large shipment of misses', child's
and infants1 tan shoes, Rochester
make, just received at Dolly Bros'
Bfakeman James Moses, of the
Burlington, sprained an ankle last
nigiit while coming into Hock Island
Miss Rose Moreland and the Misses
Nettie and Alice Smith, of Galesbunr.
attended the McNeill-Stewart nuptials,
Mixed paints and "brushes, a large
line and the liest in t he market at
lowest prices, at Hart, & Ullemeyer's
Men s line dress shoes worth (2.50
for (2 Saturday at the Fourth avenue
shoe store. They arc great bargains
Edam and Roquefort cheese and
fresh mushrooms at W. A. Ehleb's,
where the highest class groceries are
jvuss .Jennie Kane, oi Chicago, ar
riveu last evening for a short visit
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mid
For a perfect complexion and a
clear healthy skin use Casino butter
milk soap. Sold by Harper house
St vlish tailor made gowns at Dun
can's ladies' tailoring establishment
corner Brady and Second streets.
Mrs. Barbara McNeill, her dangh
ter. Miss Kathcrine. Miss K. Shelly
and Miss Little, of Chicago, returned
home this morning.
Cueunil)crs, mushrooms, tomatoes,
water cress, giant greentop celery
wax lieans. green peas, asparagus and
spinach at llansgen s.
An excellent opportunity for a phy
sician or business man desiring to
purchase a comfortable home. See
The Aleuts want, columns.
" A largely attended and pleasant
dancing party was given at Armory
hall last evening by Mayflower Camp.
luiyai AcigniMrs oi America.
(Jet a delicious dish of ice cream at
the ice cream social at the Central
church tonight. An interesting pro
gram will lie given during the even
If you are looking for good shoes
and good bargains, call at the Fourth
avenue shoe store, vt e can give yon
both. Our shoes are all good bar
For Saturday, as a bargain day, we
will sell a pair of gent's tine dress
shoes worth $2.50 at $2. Call and
examine them and see for yourself
what great oargains the fourth ave
nue shoe store is offering, 1501 Fourth
SutclifTe only buys such wall paper
as is up to ttate, pretty anil durable.
You can count on this when von buv
of SutclifTe. He is just as careful
about the price. He gains every ad
vantage of cash buying and vou get
the benefit. .
lour income: '-It isn t what you
receive, but what you scnd that
makes vou prosin-rous. Or. other
wise, save a dollar, a half dollar . or
even a ouarter bv buying your wall
painr at SutclifTeV, this in a little
while bpclls prosperity.
Col. William S. Brackett. well
known iu this city, and formerly
siH-ctor general of the Illinois Nation
al liuaril. has ieen eiecteu lieutenant
colonel of Col. Koch's regiment. Col.
Brackett is now recruiting and organ
izing a battalion for the regiment at
SutclifTe Kicks up cverv statement
with the wall paper he sells. If thev
are not satisfactory return them. He
wants to do more than make one sale.
He wants to make von a customer for
all time to come. Therefore, the
fairest kind of fair treatment in every
GREA T DISPLA Y
Of the World's Famous
"The Regent" $3.50 Shoe for Men.
Call and Examine Them at
A person gats in this world is
when he get good groceries, and
the only way to get good grocer
ies Is to trade where yon can get
the best groceries at the lowest
prices, and that place is H' ss
Bros. Read the ow.
H cad Lettuce. Cucumbers,
Soup Bunches, Sweet Potatoes.
Wax Beans. Cauliflower,
Onions. Carrots, New Peas,
Xew Potatoes. Spinach.
Pineapples. Eatlne Apples,
H UHSmmIAts. TilnasulOn.
SPECIAL - BARGAINS
At 9 o-cloek we will sell a 4-
juart Tin Coffee Pot, one to a
customer, at. apiece
At 2 o'clock 10-quart Galvanized
Pails at, apiece JQq
At 7 o'clock 8-quart Tin pails at,
50-pound flour Cans, at, each.-, . -4Qc
Large assortment of Potted Plants,
Cut Flowers, etc.
VI . 13
IE CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR NEW
line of Men's Hand Welti ia Chrona Tans tad new
hades of Viol's; alio Blacks. These Shoes we hare se
cured the agency for, and they are eqaal in atyle and wear
log qaality to any $5 lines offered elsewhere.
Be Sure and See These Shoes
Before buying. All the new lasts, and all the widths.
The Regent" f S 50 Shoe, "Special IS Welt la Basils
Ride aSStearns and be Content
1897 Models, $37.50
1893 Modtts $50
Andrae Racer - -
Andrae Road Racer
Andrae Roadster -
Nestor, Model A, -
Nestor, Model C, -Recreation
- - -
Excelsior - - -
Charm - - - -
Ask for the Pitee Crest,
The best wheel In
the world for $35.
We are Agents for
fix tbe pucctures fres.
Chase Tlrei and
We carry the largest ttock of Sundries
In the city at prices that are tight
WE CAN FIX ANYTHING FBOM A
NUTMEG TO A CLAP OF THUKDER.
JCI EIGHTEENTH STREET.
These machines are all '98
models; made by reliable
firms and fully guaranteed.
324 Twentieth St, Bock Island.
303 West Third St., Derenport.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL
LINE OF JOHNSTON MURPHY'S
CELEBRATED MENS SHOES, OF
NEWARK, N. J. BEST MADE IN THIS COUNTRY, THERE
FORE THE BEST IN THE WORLD. THEIR "CORNELL"
i nm iiitsmirnvii a n t?
BEAUTIES AT THE UNI
FORM PRICE OF - - -WIDTHS
FROM A A TO
$5.00 a Pair,
E. SIZES FROM s1 TO 11.
Eighteenth Street and
ARE ALWAYS fiOOD.
And all the late creations
in fashionable millinery may
be seen at
All teamslers of the rity. whether
memiH'rs oi ine union or not. are re
quested to meet at Hillier's hall Sat-
unlav evening at 8 o clovk. to hear
matters of interest to them.
David Shakp. Secretary.
In Ha1 Yw Haw tin BongW
Call and inspect the hand
some line and have your
trimming done by up-to-date
milliners. Seasonable Prices.
AFTER WE RUSH IS OVER .'.ji
The manner in which the people crowded our Spring Opening Sale is convincing that our
efforts are appreciated and that the public have confidence in our advertisements which we
are determined to maintain at all hazards. "Better than we anticipated," "Aren't they
splendid?" and many similiarkind of remarks come from those who visited our store during
this sale. We now direct attention to
OUR FINE LI HE OF TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS
The kind that appeal to those accustomed to wearing Tailor-Made Suits. These suits fit
. and are made every bit as good as those you would pay a tailor twice as much for they
' bear an M. & K. label and are sold with an M. & K. guarantee. Large and stout men, tall
and slim men are fitted with our special makes as they never were fitted before.
TAILOR-MADE SUITS $8.50, $10, 12,50, $15 to $18.
Ordinary ready-made suits from $3.95 to $7.50, but no shoddy at any price.
MEN'S MILLINERY Fedoras from 4Sc to $3.50, Derbys from 98c to $3.50.
1324 Third Avenue.