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TELE AEGTJS. SAT D Jt DAT NOVEMBER 21, 1900.
T?EA7Kir. wr: may have
Thrcateninq. with rain or
snow tonbjht and probably
Sunday; colder by Sunday
J. M. SIIEIlIEfi, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 34,
at 3:30 p. m. 31.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Burns.
Fcr real estate, E. J Burns.
Ask for Rocs Island Girl cigar. '
Mies Byrnes fcr tine millinery.
Knox and Stetson hats Lloyd's.
Liat your property with Reidy Bros.
Call for La Flor de E. T. D., 10 cents.
S. J. Apple's special sale Monday.
Home made mince meat at Hor
to's. (Tail and sec the line line of suitings
Attend the Thanksgiving sale at
l'lenty of poultry at Hess Bros',
(ivtyour hat for Thanksgiving at
Mrs. La Frenz .
If you want your property sold list
It with Hull & Co.
1'urehase your Thanksgiving china
at Young Ac AlcCo nibs'.
(Ireat reduction in all trimmed
goods at Miss Byrnes'.
Fresh oysters J cents a can this
evening at S. J. Apple's.
Call at Clemann V Sal.matin's and
see the line line of couches.
A paving ;f one-third on furs at
Kichter's, furriers, Jlavenpoi t.
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, consult Goldsmith & McKcc.
I'laec your order for Thanksgiving
poultry with fcjchrocdci'd market.
Just unpacked a fine line of side
board at Clemann it Sal.mann's.
lCo:isting pans, dripping pans and
frying pans at 1. K. Mitsch & Co.
Call and cc the Hawes soft hat. it
is the latest thing out. Stewart's.
Thirty-live rent merchants' lunch
at noon honrat Harms' restaurant.
Large decorated turkey platters at
4'J cents each. Voting & McCoiuhs.
Save money at Kichter's. Daven
port, fur collarettes and cloth cloak
Gii tu the Spinsters1 Convention1'
and lie amused two hours of solid
Fjghty-UvedilTerr.nl .styles to select
from in iron bed at Clemann V Salz
m;nin". l'lenty of dressed turkeys, chickens,
ducks :ind geese as Hess Br.-s'. this
Heal china cups and f.iiK'f-r.s, gold
liand. for 10 ci nis each, t Vouii" &
L:id':i s' patent kid shoes $:, $.$.60
and $1, at the Li ader, opposite the
'ups nrid saucers, plates, vege
table dihc. sauce dishes, etc. , at 1'.
R. Mitsch & Co.
Cameras and kodaks gjt to go nt
any old prion :it Fiebig'n. Open Sat
Molir.e merchants at a meeting last
night voted to return to the Sunday
Miss v::ickcnbusli will call the
'Spinsters' Convention" to order
promptly at o'clock.
Tho Rock I-land and Davenport
high school football teams are playing
in Davenport this afternoon.
S. It. Stoddard was taken very sud
denly ill at 'tis home on Twenty-third
street yestcidsy with lumbago.
Secure yoor prats at once for the
Spi niters' Convention." Standing
room will scion v at a premium.
Clemann A: Sal.tnann have just re
ceived a nicu line of parlor furniture.
Kvrybody invited to call and sec the
The American Laundry has the 'cst
plant and docs the best work in the
itiiekcst linio of any in the three
The stage ot water at the Rock Is
land bridge was 6.7o at a. m. and
at noou 5.60. The temperature at noou
F'icbig sells cameras and photo sup
plies far cheaper than others. Come
at:l le convinced. pen Saturday
Forum No. 'J of Moline. has voted
ai indorsement of the amalgamation
of the Home Forum and Safety Fund
The winter blasts are here. Now
is tho time to son about an ovcrcont
William Fmig. the tailor, 17oD Sec
ond a cnuc.
Now is the time for stoves. The
place to get your itovc is at the Fleni
ming Furniture campany. Their line
Miss Myrtle Pot tiger. daughter if
Mr. and Mrs. Din Pottigcr, w. pieas
art'y turpriscd at her home, SIS Six
teenth street, Friday evening by 40 of
Ir. Bull's Cough JSyrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croup,
Whoopine-Cougti and Measle-Couph
without fail. All mothers praiso it.
JVciors prescrilxj it fir Bronchit'.A,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. O.iiek, Buro results.
fiicr. Jcictii. Krfux-the JcalrT"sr;'iiac.
her friends. The evening was spent
in miiiic and games. Supper was
srv d at 12 o'clock.
The "Spinsters1 Convention11 tick
ets at Bleuer'sje elry store. Tuesday,
Nv. 27 at 8 o'clock".
I W. L. Douglas shoes in patent
leather, patent kid, box calf and vici
' ' kid, 3. $3.50 and $1. at the Leader.
' j Call and get your measure taken
for a nice pair of trousers for Ihanss
giving at Filter & Co1., 328 Twen
Congressman Prince was looking
over this end of the Hennepin canal
ye-terday, in company wiih Engineer
L. L. Wheeler.
Do you want to buy a camera or
kcdak'at half price? ff so, see Fiebig.
Largest assortment, lowest prices.
Open Saturday evening.
Lewis Young, of Mercer county,
submitted to an operation for necro
sis at .St. Antbcny's hospital ye;ter
terday and is doing well.
The ball given by the Railway
Trainmen at Armory ball last night
was a very pleasant affair, about 80
couples being in attendance.
George Stocker was taken from his
home, 1621 Seventh avenue, yester
day afternoon to the hospital, where
he will submit to an operation.
A great variety of high grade work
at moderate cist at the Blakslce
studio. That ft cabinet oval is the
lust thing ever offered for the money.
Mi!s Celia Curnyn, who has been
in Colorado on account of her health,
arrived in the city last nicht and was
taken to her home, IJl F'eventh
street, in the ambulance.
The Iron Molders1 union, No. 230,
wi'l pive a Thanksgiving ball Wednes
day evening, Nov. 28, at Industrial
Home hall. Music by Bleuer's full
orchestra. Tickets ,r0 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Pcnry wish to
t xpress their gratitude to friends and
neighbors for kindness and sympathy
shown them during the illness and
death of their little daughter.
M. C. Rice has just returned from
Chicago, bavintr gone over to attend
the auction sale of Kuh. Nathan.
Fischer & Co , and purchased thous
ands of dollars worth of clothing.
(Jo with the crowd to Harper's
theatre Tuesday evening. Prof. Blin
kinsop will test the met Us of his
marvelous rejuvenating machine the
greatest woniter of the L'Oth century.
Premcp, Pocos. Rays, Cyclone
cameras and kodaks at about half
price at Fiebig's only. You know the
photo trust is bu-.ted." Now is your
chance for a Christmas present. Open
Thanksgiving is near at hand and
you will want to serve your dinner on
a nice new table. The place to go is
at Clemann & Sal.mann's, as they
have the largest line of dining room
tables to select from.
Wo are now ready to lit out that
new house cf yours with either gas or
combination lixturcs. Also a full line
of Wclsbarh mantles and supplies.
Phone 12S0. Rock Island Fllcetrie
Cor straciion company.
At our ollice, during December
only, every user of our soap3 can se
cuio premiums for soap wrappers.
Iijcriase your supply of our soaps, as
the value of presents .depends on the
number of wrappers returned. War
nock & Ralston.
Tho Blakslce studio continues to
make pictures right along at from $2
to f ." per dozen, all reports to the con
trary notwithstanding. Carbon aud
platinum work at proportionate rates.
All work guaranteed. Strictly tirst
rlas. Don't fail to attend the musicale
announced by Trinity choir. It
promises to Iks one of the best enter
tainments of the season given by local
talent, consisting of choruses, vocal
and instrumental solos and duets, a
special attraction being a ijuartct
composed by Prof. K L. Fhilorook;
also the introduction of the "Apollo
Piano Placer,"' which is the latest in
vention, and will be heard for the lirst
time in Rock Island.
The executors of the will of the late
W. W. Warner have settled with the
Bock Island Baptist association. By
the terms of the will a 160-acre farm
was given to the association aud an
other to the Mt. Pleasant church.
There was. however, a question
whether the property conld legally lie
held by the church and association.
The church ctiled by accepting
$1,101 and the trustees of the associa
tion have accepted $ 1.000.
A divorce was granted today to
Anna Anderson, ol Moline, who al
leged hhe was driven to seek separa
tion from Kdward Auderson on ac
count of his intemperate habits.
A motiou for a new trial in 1 he
damage case of Phil IKiwncy vs. the
('. R. I. P. Mail way company w:n
overruled by Judgo (Jest and judg
ment was entered for tho euiu awarded
i the plaintiff.
I The jury was excused yesterday
af'.ernoon till 2 o'clock Monday.
1 I'ollc l'olat.
; F'rank Smith was given 10 tlays for
vagrancy by Magistrate NtfTord lo
J Gus Kopp was lined i-i and costs
' for disorderly conduct.
I .lack Kennedy was sent to tbc
. count v intirmarv.
STORES CAN AID IN THE OBSERVANCE. Present day requirements must be supplied, and HOLBROOK'S STORE is the
acknowledged chief warehouse. Among- many offerings for this week i
A SALE OF THANKSGIVING FURNITURE.
Always cures when others fail.
Dr. Bull's PUL5CurcentiFUon. 59 pills ior
Stnta Clan t tree' Studio. 17 9erot.fi
' A beautifjl X uas present to be
given to our customers. Don't fail
to call aril leave your order. A tine
hand-painted water color with hand
some frame, worth f3 free with our
far Biid Cloak
Kichter's, Davenport. Save
40.(0 s'dfl oa'd solid golden oak, swejl fiont, Jajge
French plate mirror $30.00
$25.00 sideboard, solid golden oak, swell front
drawers, large mirror 19.00
115.00 sideboard, solid golden oak, large Fiench
plate mirror 12.00
$14.00 sideboard, solid golden oak, large French
plate mirror 11.00
$22.00 solid golden oak, polished top, extension tab'o
$11.00 solid golden oak, polished top extension tablo
$7.CC solid oak extension table, polished top
$5.50 solid golden oak extension table, polished top
at r 4.25
Dining Room Chairs.
$4.25 solid golden oak, leather box seat diners, pol
ished finish, French legs $3.50
$3.50 solid golden oak, cane scat diners, polished lin-
ish French legs 2.00
$2.25 solid golden oak, cane seat diners, polished tin-
$1.25 solid golden oak, cane seat diners, brace arms
$30 China Closet, Solid Golden
Oak, Swell Fronts, Round
W. S. HOLBROOK.
103 to 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
$12.50 China Closet, Solid
Golden Oak, Very Hand,
Made easy by reading
our list below. (live
us a call. Your erdcr,
will receive prompt at
Wax Ucans, Cucumbers,
S weetPotatocs, Carrot,
Or&necs, l'r apples,
M.i1:il- and Toka U rapes.
Spring Cbickrnt Dressed to
order. Dressed Chickens, Dressed
Turkey, Ducks, Wild Ducks,
1G20 Second Ave. Phone 10:51.
Up-to date Store
Styles in Shirts,
Agent for Knox,
$3.00 1 lats.3
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
Ilnvc been completely ful
filled. You now find, that
you need an overcoat, and it .
is si m pi j a question tf where
you can get the lcst coat
made that is in style, lit and
workmanship for the money.
Your attention to our slock
tf winter go'jds. Style, lit
Vid workmanship fully guaranteed.
Tailor With You
If you like. "He knows a good thing when he sees
it." You need an overcoat now and can't wait for the
slow process. Our overcoats are the best in the land.
They are made from the most trustworthy fabrics and
trimmings and are tailored by the best journeymen
tailor hands. They impart that finish and fit and
touch that is characteristic of M. & K. clothing- there
is an inexplainable something about our overcoats
that dist nguished them from all other makes.
etter One at $12.
A Still Better One at $
And the Best at $
We display the largest assortments, the most fashion
able fabrics and the most up-to-date styles in this vicinity.
A Guaranteed Saving of $1.00 to $5.00 on Every Coat.
Yn ".inlaw 1
TWO Blfi ftTORB.
OND TlXV IaITTLK PRICIv