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THE AK6FCS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1900.
WEATHER WE MAT HAVE
Generally fair tonight and
Tuesday; warmer tonight
J. M. SHEHIER, (Mjterver.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 20 1
at 3:30 p. m. 20.
services begin at 7:45. There is to be
a speci&l song service in charge of Mr.
Fifty-two people with Chicago Sym
phony orchestra, including soloists.
In Keck Island Thanksgiving night.
V. L. Douglas shoes in patent
Hither, patent kid, box calf and vici
kid, 3, 3.50 and $1. at the Leader.
To save time in selecting your
Bros', ad. This
Thanksgiving dinner it will
Boy a home of Keidy Bros.
For insurance E. J. Burnr.
For real estate, E. J Burns. '
Ask for Rock Island Girl cigar.
Miss Byrnes for fin millinery.
Knox and Stetson hats Lloyd's.
List your property with Keidy Bros.
Call for Li FlordeE.T! D-, 10 cents.
Smoking, smoking, smoking jackets
Attend the Thanksgiving sale at
All clothing stores in Moline were
If you want your property sold list
It with Hull & Co.
Special on rubber goods anl soap
this week at AlcCabe s.
100 pair skates at bankrupt prices
at l0y Second avenue.
Great reduction in all trimmed
goods at Miss Byrnes'.
Smoking jackets in all colors, from
$3 .10 up, at Stewart's.
A FaviD-r of one-third on furs at
Richter's, furriers, Davenport.
Another slashing r.f millinery th
week at McCaks's. Be' prompt.
Uoastinsr pan, dripp'me pans and
frying pins at I'. B. Mitch it Co.
If you want to buy or pell real es
tate, consult Goldsmith & McKee.
Winchester shot euns and rifles at
bankrupt sale, 1709 Second avenue.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Machine and hand -loaded shells at
bankrupt sale, 1700 Second avenue.
Call ami see our line of smoking
jackets, from .j j up, at Stewart's.
Some demoralizing prices on chil
dren's dresses this week at McCabe's.
Save money at Bichter's, Daven
port, fur collarettes and cloth cloak
Buv. C. E. Taylor tilled the pulpit
of the Bipti't church at Alpha yes
terday. Hot weather bottles 4. cents, foun
tain .-yringes .", cents at McCabe's
this wet k.
Indies' patent kid fhoes $3, f3..r;0
and $1, at the leader, opposite the
See the bargains offered you in
furniture at Cleniann & Sal.niann.
S c ii'l. on page ;;.
A full and complete line of smokers'
supplies can always be found at the
Palace cigar store.
Order your Thanksgiving chrysan
themum at McCabe's early and get
the choicest blooms.
Snaps? Yes snaps in women's
jackets while those lots hold out as
For ribbons in the Northwestern
and S. I'. I. colors go to the Branden
burg millinery store.
There will bu Thnnkgi vin- services
at Trinity Episcopal church Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock.
.Iu-t received a large samjilc line of
fancy crockery which will be placed
on oale today. Eekhart.
The Unitarian church, Moline,
cleared $H0 on the performances of
the opera 'Powhatan."
Don't forget the "Spinsters' Con
vention'' tomorrow uig'ht at Har
per's theatre at S ocIock.
Golf goods, most complete line in
tho three cities at cost bankrupt
sale, 170'. Second avenue.
Grand clean-up this week of dress
goods remnants at McCabe's. Lots of
them at just one-half value.
If you want to save money on fur
niture it will piy you to read Cleiu
ann & S il.mann's ad. on page o.
Iiig pure lir.cn f 2.;o napkins for
per dozen at McCabe's Thanks
giving t-aic; (juantity limited.
I en pieces oi late popular lull size
fdiect music in folio form for sale only
at IJjwlby's for -5 cents per copy.
The Chicago Symphony orchestra,
Adolph ljM-nlecker, direc tor, at Har
per's theatre Thanksgiving night.
Ttn pieces of late popular full size
si eet ttiiiMC in folio form for sale onlv
at 15 jwIH"s for - cents per copy.
A. H. Liitt is sole acr.t for Kin-r
O.trk Khine wine, claret, sherry,
ports and Burgundy. Try a bottle.
Ten pieces of lato popular full size
tdieet music in folio form for sale onlv
at Bawlby's for 25 cents per copy.
Ix?avc jour order early for turkeys,
chickens, ducks, geee and game at
to read over
. Buy crockery and linens for the
Thanksgiving table at McCabe's that
peace and plenty may continue in. the
Ralte & Lewis have been awarded
the contract for the painting of the
Bock Island pestofiice building. Their
bid was $1,225.
sow is vour opportunity to buy a
shot gun, rille or revolver at whole
sale prices at bankrupt sale, 1709
Highest grade of work in the laun
dry line is dona by the American
laundry. . Ask those who have tried
it. Phone 1236.
Another special purchase of ready
to-wear hats, values up to $ 1.75, take
your choice for -J cents eeeh at Mc
Cabe's. Tick lively, 25 cents
The Chicago Symphony orchestra
play. tonightin Duluth, tomorrow at
St. Paul.- Thursday night they are
at Harper's theatre, Rock Island
Remember A. H. Liitt, corner Third
avenue and Eighteeenth street, sells
wines and liquors for family use in
small quantities at wholesale prices
A great varietv of high grade work
at moderate cost at the Blakslee
studio. That $4 cabinet oval is the
best thing ever offered for the money
Herman w. Appelquist has gone on
duty as substitute mail carrier,
Charles Koch being raised to first sub
stitute and Albert Zeis to a regular
The stage of water at the Rock Is
land bridge was 5.05 at b a. m. and
at noon 5.00. The temperature at neon
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
played at Jolietlast Friday night to
an enthusiastic audience. A party of
18 came down from Chicago to hear
f9.75 will buy a handsome gent's
gold filled watch, hand engraved case,
guaranteed for 20 years, with an
Elgin movement, worth $12.50, sale
price $9.75, at Brookman's.
The Iron Molders' union. No. 230,
will give a Thanksgiving ball Wednes
day evening, Nov. 2iS, at Industrial
Home hall. Music by Bleuer's full
orchestra. Tickets 50 cents.
Paul Schoefling, cellist, Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Jwas for years
a member of Thomas' orchestra.
Hear him in his solo number at
Harper' theatre, Thursday night.
The Royal Tyrolean Concert troupe
is decidedly the hit of the season.
They are bemggrceted by enthusiastic
audiences at each performance in the
chief eastern cities. On Y. M. C. A.
We are now ready to tit out that
new house of yours with either gas or
combination fixtures. Also a full line
of Welsbacn mantles and supplies.
Phone 1280. Rock Island Electric
.Jacob Riis, of the New York Sun,
is one of the exceptionally stroDg at
tractions presented this season by the
Y. M. C. A- management. He is a
fearless writer and a convincing
Katharine Ridgeway, that talented
reader and prime favorite with Rock
Island people, is to be heard this year
on the Y. M. C. A. course. Save
money by lecoming the possessor of
a $1 season ticket. ,
The four soloists with Chicago
Symphony orchestra are very tine.
Towne, the tenor, and Meredith, so
prano, both of New Y'ork City. Mabel
Crawford. contralto, and Porter,
basso, are Chicago artists.
Seat reservation for the Y. M. C. A.
entertainment course opens Tuesday
(tomorrow) night at association build
ing at 7 o'clock. Be there or have a
representative. Any person allowed
to reserve six seats for themselves or
At our ortice, during Deremler
only, every user of our soaps can se
cure premiums for soap wrappers.
Incrta.se your supply of our soaps, as
the value.of presents depends on the
number of wrappers returned. War
nock tSc Ralston.
The Blakslee studio is making pic
tures right a'.ong in standard grades
at from $2 to $5 per dozen, ffll reports
to the contrary notwithstanding.
Carbon and platinum at proportion
ate rates. All work guaranteed and
A meeting was hc'.d at Krell &
Math's baM yesterday afternoon to
discuss plans for the organization of
in Saints7hall. 1'02 Third avenue. The I
ess Bros . .telephone 10. 1. See ad. 1 . , . c . . , ,,
. .... , . , himbus. M. H. Sexton and J. B.
Elders Russell and Cooper w.ll hold Corken were chairman and secretary
priacbing services ajain this evening re3DCtiv.eI of the meeting, whioh
was adjourrel subiect to tie call of
the chairman. It was decided to
apply fcr a charter as soon as the re
quired number of names are sub
scribed. O, beautv! what a powerful weapon
I thou art. The bravest meu fall at
thy feet. No wonder women take
Rocky Mountaiu Tea to prolong that
joyous spell. For sale by T. H.
pi COUGH SYRUP g&
VJ euros Hacking Coughs,
Mre Lungs, linpixyiiiu- ta
monia and Brorx-nitia in a L.I
f.-ML- tl-vs Whv then rislr
Consumption, a slow, sure f
death? Get Dr. Bull's fc
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c,
Don't be imposed fupon.
Kefusc the 3c't:r s M:t-tuiuc ; ;t
is not as pl Tr Hull
Salvation Oil cures HtirumatiMB,
Aches aol Haiiu. i$ & 33 cv.
After exposure, or when yon feel a
cold coming on. take a dose of Folev's
. Honey and Tar. It never fails to
i cure, and will prevent pneumonia or
consumption. Don't accept snbeti
! tutes. Nothing so good. For sale by
- all druggists.
For Ladies' Patent Leather
Sole, made in the Paris
widths and a perfect fitter.
ceeded in getting only a limited num
ber of pairs.
1 THE BOSTON 1
! PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs. fl
CORNER SEVENTEENTH STEET AND THIRD AVENUE.
All the modern branches of work known in dentistry
done in this office. We are peers in the art of painless
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
' CROWNS $2.50 up
All Other Work In Proportion.
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street awt Third Avenue.
'Here are a few things
to go with you.
Horae-made Mince Meat.
Ilum Pudding. Candy. Nuts.
Fancy Layer Haisins.
Bottle and Bulk Pickles.
Olives, Olive Oil. Salad Dressing.
Canned and Uottled Fruits.
Full line of Cheese.
Fancy Cakes and Crackers.
Oransres. Bananas, Grapes.
Apptes, Pears, Peaches.
Oysters and Celery..
Wild Ducks. yaaU.
Fresh Fish, Lobsters and Crabs.
1620 Second Ave. Phone 10:1. '
Examining Your Byes
WILL PLEASE YOU.
We Fit the Eyes
Where Others Fail.
No Cue Too Hard For I n to Fit.
Why leave traveling opticians sell
you spectacles when we guar
antee lit in every case?
Auk joor neighbor (boat Ktmitr'i specta
cles. Every patient a living testimonial.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
Have been completely ful
"tiiled. You now find that
you need an overcoat, and it
is simply a question of where
you can get the best coat
made that is in style, tit and
workmanship for the money.
Tour attention to our stock
of winter gcods. Style, tit
and workmanship fully guaranteed.
1823 Second Ave, Bock Island.
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 1YL & K. clothing -there
is an inexplainable something about our overcoats
that dist;nguished them from all other makes.
Good Overcoat $10.
. A Better One at $12.
A Still Better One at $15.
And the Best at $20.
We display the largest assortments, the most fashion
able fabrics and the most up-to-date styles in this vicinity.
h B.a P. n
A Guaranteed Saving of $1.00 to $5.00 on Every Coat.
TWO I5IG STOREii.