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THE AUGTJS, SATTTTIDAX, NOVEMBER 1(5, 1901.
Fair tonight and probably
Rimdav; -warmer Sunday.
J. M. SIIERIEK,
Temperature At 7 a. m. l.";
at 3:30 p. m. so.
Meyers & Behring.
Wilcher for stoves.
Dolly Bros, tonight.
Cut flowers at Cnntxle's.
l"s ("nnode's" IIanloline.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Lambert is also my hatter.
Morning Light 5-cent cig-ar.
Winter shoes at Dolly. Bros.
For real estate. C. K. Taylor.
Chrysanthemums at C'nnode's.
For insurance. C. E. Taylor.
IjinWrt is everybody's hatter.
Who is your hatter? Lambert.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Tri-C'ity Towel Supply company.
List your property with ReidyBros.
For an overcoat that is swell try
Buy Canode's llandoline for chap
Fine furs for fashionable folks at
You do well t visit the Byrnes
A wagon load of candies sold every
day at McCabe's.
A. Bush & Co., room 6, Buford
block real estate.
Strictly fresh eggs for 13 cents a
do7,en at Bart let t Bros.
Collarettes, scarfs and all kinds of
fur poods at Bennett's.
For fine goods at lowest prices
Byrnes millinery store.
Strictly fresh eggs for IS cents a
dozen at Bartlett Bros'.
Ctnildren's and misses week at
Byrnes millinery store.
- Men's 2j-cent silk bow ties 10 cents
this evening ct McCabe's.
Finest jwanut tnfT.v 10 cents a
pound tonight at McCabe's.
'fry an old reliaole firm for your
next suit. .1. B. Zinimer & Co.
Those :;.Vcent ( nntieM tlrcss shield -i
li cents tcnlght at McCain's.
An elegant line of English novel
ties just receied at Kmig's.
Children's ribbed hose ?, cents a
pair this evening; at McCalie's.
Jf you want something new and
np-t-late see J. 15. Zimmer & Co.
A fine line of New York rockers
J:!st received at Helpenstell fc UiweV.
Lipton's tea the best in the world
at Home Tea company sole agents.
Sale On outing hats the lalance of
this week at Byrnes millinery store.
If you don't like to pay fancy
prices for photo supplies buy of Fie
big. Xo shoddy, shop worn goods to le
found in our store. Helpenstell &
Mennen's and other 25 cent talcum
powders 9 cents a box tonight at Mc
Cabe's. Let Emig make your Thanksgiving
suit. He'll make it right. Give him
For a nice suit or pair of trousers
for Thanksgiving come and see its.
Filter & Co.
We have the right goods and we
also have the right prices. Helpen
stell & Lowe.
Our workmanship is our trade
mark. It stands for perfection. J.
15. Zimmer & Co.
Winter's blasts are here. Buy
your furs at Bennett's and you will
be sure they are gnuine.
Roses 19' cents, 25 cents and 39
cents, chrysanthemums C5 cents a
dozen at McCabe's tonight.
Old fashioned molasses candy 10
cents a pound, at the Home candy
kitchen, 2123 Fourth avenue.
Kerler Bros., old, reliable carpet
and mattress cleaners, 117 Seven
teenth street. Telephone 4774.
The Jewel heater will double your
comfort and divide your coal bills; is
sold only by Allen Myers & Co.
Handsome, fancy settings in 14-
karat gold tilled 5()-cent brooch pins
only 25 cents' tonight at McCabe's.
John Fleener was surprised at his
home on Twelfth street in South
Rock Island last evening in honor of
his 50th birthday anniversary. He
U ExceSent for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
DR. RICHTER'S World-Renowned
"What" one physiciao out of rony teti6ea
Nw York. June 12.1 ASS?
Jn cases of Influenza.
etc your ANCHOR PAIN
EXPELLER ha proven to
hvnivinn tSw dft.ired relief.
25c aod frOc at ail drugget or tarouga j
T.l.J.BlcJitracoSWi-mrjcfc, aen mi -i
38 HIGHEST AVaBDS.
V Becommenrtat 0 prominent rn
tiv ician. WhoUtalm and iletail
was presented a fine rocking ehnir
as a memento of the occasion.
Another lot of fancy pillow tops
worth up to 23 cents at 5 cents to
night at McCabe's. Ivarly ehoosings
You can buy a Peoria stove as
cheap right here at home as you can
in Davenport. Patronize your home
dealer. Summers & Co.
The Jewel base burner is made in
several sizes, all constructed on the
same principle. Come and examine
them at Allen Mj'ers & Co.
You can get a cab day or night by
calling' up Allie Stephenson's cab
line. Day calls No. 1375 J'lack.
Night calls Crown restaurant.
The only reliable panitorium in
town is the New Panitorium club, Kd
Dubinsky, proprietor, 1U03 Second
avenue. Telephone, (ireen 373.
Don't forget the concert by lileu
er's band Sunday afternoon at Har
per's theatre. C. F. Toenniges, di
rector. Concert legins sharp 3
Why go to Davenport to buy a
Peoria range or heater? Summers &
Co. can give you rwk bottom prices'
on both, and they'll stand by their
The ladies of the Central Presby
terian guild are planning n sale of
useful and attractive articles to be
held Thursday, Dee. 5, at the home
of Mrs. James M. Duford.
-The Darkies Jubilee," a fine de
scriptive number, will Je played at
the concert Sunday afternoon by
U'euer's band at Harper's theatre.
C. F. Toenniges, director.
The little people of Longfellow
school building' have prepared and
are sending out In'autifuly designed
invitations for "parents day" at their
biMl-.ling from 2 to 4 Nov. 22.
The tiew Ideal Jewel base burner
leads theia all, and prices no higher
than the inferior makes. He sure
anil look them over at Allen Myers &
Co. lefore you purchase elsewhere.
4x. Cramer Crown plates, the lest
made, at .15 cents two dozen for $1.
At Fiebig's. Others charge 65 cents
per dozen. 5x7 at 'JO cents others
charge $1.10. tien Saturday even
Fieb;g sells Perfection dry plates
at 45 cents per dozen, two dozen for
so cents. 5x7 at 75 cents, every plate
warranted. Free samples while they
last. Bargains in photo supplies and
cameras. Open Saturday evenings.
Mrs. Ij. (J. Ivldy was taken by sur
prise at her home on Second avenue
Inst evening by a merry company of
friends, who came to assist her in a
pro-r celebration of her birthday.
A most delightful evening was spent.
William Hegenberger, who has
been under $.': bonds for an cp
K'arance in the county court on in
formation filed for running' a slot
machine, was today surrendered by
his bondsman, Capt. J. M. IJeardsley,
and placed under restraint.
The Peoples Power company, which
has the contract for the opening of
the channel through Sylvan water,
has put on an ordinary shovel dredge
in addition to the new hydraulic ma
chine that has been at work on the
job all fall and is rushing the work
with all possible speed.
The Harry Shannon company,
which became so popular with local
audiences during its recent visit here,
returns to Harper's theatre tomor
row for a one night engagement, pre
senting "At Dawson City," in which
little Hazel and Harry will appear,
also giving singing1 and dancing spe
Charles McIIugh, proprietor of the
Marjier house, has arranged with
Prof. C. F. Toenniges for a series of
Sunday evening concerts to be given
in the parlors of the hostelry during
the winter. The tirst concert of the
series will be given tomorrow even
ing from 6 to 10: 20.
The first of a series of card parties
planned during the winter by the
choir of St. Joseph's church was held
last evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur A. Hurt on Twelfth
street. Progressive cinch was the
game played. Dr. Leo M. Gallagher
and Miss Katharine Burt carrying
off the prizes.
Bishop Abraham Grant, the prelate
who presides over the Fourth Episco
pal district of the A. M. K. church.
i i a. i
win De in .Monne tomorrow nnu win
make three addresses, speaking at
St. Paul's A. M. E. church iu the
morning', afternoon and evening. It
is also announced that he will lecture
Monday evening at the church.
It doesn't pay to send your laun
dry work out of town or to some in
ferior wash house. If you want your
work done up in the best possible
manner and ready for you at the
time promised, send it to the Gem
laundry, the old reliable, at 1724
Third avenue. Prices as low as the
lowest, workmanship guaranteed.
Ths D-. B. I. & N. XV. road has set
tled with some of the priierty hold
ers on the river front west of Seven
teenth street who did not take a
hand in the court proceedings recent
ly dismissed. The basis of the set
tlement was the same as in the case
of those who enjoined the road to
enforce consideration of their claims,
$20 jer front foot of the property
adjoining. J. S. Gilmore and Phil
Mitchell are among those settled
with and there are other claims still
C. C. Truesdale having secured the
agency in this locality for cele
brated buckwheat which has been
sold here by the late XV. J. Kerr, has
placed it with the following dealers:
Messrs. Hess Bros., Ehleb, Seidel, S.
J. Apple, Bean, Passig Bros., Weckel,
Selle Bros., Shields, McDonald1 Lange
& Ifeitmann, Moeller, Silverman, Eck
erman. Smith & Murphy, Hodges &
Blade!, Preis and the Boulevard gro
cery. There is nothing in the mark
et to equal it as those who have used
it will testify. Give it a trial and le
MONDAY S-f ARTS NEW RULE.
Sell for Caah OnlyNo More Goodi on
Note some of the extraordinary
cash purchase inducements in con
nection with our hig advertisement.
Fruit fjf the Loom, muslin, worth
9 cents per yard, Monday's sale price,
Lonsdale muslin, credit house price
9 cents, our cash sale price, 5 cents.
Beautiful stand lamp, regular OS-
cent value, Monday cash sale-price,
500 beautiful brooches worth 25
cents. 30 and 35 cents all will go
Monday for cash, 19 cents.
A big slaughter, 1,000 Ebony mani
cure pieces. Sterling1 silver mounted.
These goods sold last yenr for 25
cents. We place our entire line on
sale Monday for cash at, each, 7
Tea Ik'IIs, curlers, seals, darners.
files, paper knives, nail cleaners.
erasers, blotters, tooth and nail
brushes included in this lot.
YOUNG & M'COMBS.
YOUNG & McCOMBS'
Special Sale Thin Kvenlng From 7 to 9.
Broken mixed candy, per pound, 5
Fancy cream mixed, per pound 10
(ium drops, per pound, 5 cents.
Persian bon bon cream candy, per
pound, 15 cents.
Fine chocolate creams, chips, nut
tops, etc., per pound, 20 cents.
Only a few days more to get a
chance to guess on a pony. Buy your
ItoklnK l"P the Situation.
John J. Iine, staff correspondent
of the Chicago Inter Ocean, is in the
city sizing up the situation in lloclc
Island county with reference to the
United States senatorship.
The Tri-City Electric Sprinkler
company will fill your cistern. Leave
orders at C. N. Danielsen, No. 1714
Thin! avenue, or telephone No. 1055,
ofTic. of Sprinkler company with H.
Turkey lunch at the Commercial
house saloon tonight.
Johnson & Theus will give an open
ing1 lunch at their new saloon, cor
ner Sixteenth street and Fourth ave
nue, Saturday night.
Chicken lunch at the EUlora to
night. Twenty-third street and
Squirrel lunch at Gus Welding's sa
loon, corner of Seventeenth street
and Third avenue. Sat unlay night.
Chicken lunch at Gus Wehling's sa
loon between Tenth and Eleventh
avenues on Ninth street. Father
Holdorf's old place.
For to night only, extra large jar
diners, 20 different patterns, richly
tinted, easily worth $2.75. we will sell
tliem, tonight only for $1.S9.
In lamps we will make you a re
duction on any lamp in the store. A
lamp which is worth $3.97 we will
sell tonight only for $2.9S.
100-picce gold decorated china din
ner set worth $16.95 for $11.25.
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va.,
druggist, writes: "Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfac
tion. My customers say it is the best
remedy for coughs, colds, throat and
lung troubles." B. II. Bieber and
Uartz & Ullemeyer.
Vitality, nerves like steel, clear
eyes, active brain, strength, health
and happiness comes to those who
take liocky Mountain Tea made by
Madison Medicine Co. 35c. T. II.
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ARE YOU who was
THE ONE 0kipTaoa
where you would get the
best and freshest goods at
the lowest prices? Hess
Bros, is the place. Every
thing in the lino of fruits
and vegetables is new and
fresh. Their stock of staple
groceries is also complete.
Read their list:
Wax O ana,
B us Bunches,
Bead Lei uce,
Tressed criog Cblcken.
Turkey Dretsed to Order,
A pples by barrel.
1620 Second Ave.
The liock Island and Moline high
schools are this afternoon having
their first and only meeting of the
season on the gridiron at the Twelfth
Tomorrow morning the All Stars
leave on the early l'eoria train to
play in the afternoon with the So
cial Athletics of Peoria. An excur
sion rate of $2 for the round trip will
be in effect for those who desire to
go if the party numbers sixty or
The Independents and the Elm
street teams meet at the Twelfth
street park tomorrow afternoon.
The Fraternal Tribunes.
Home Tribunal No. 1 of the Frater
nal Tribunes held a largely attended
meeting at Carse's hall last evening.
Officers were nominated to be voted
for at the first meeting- in December.
Under the head of goKl of the order
a large number of those present were
heard. After the business meeting
refreshments were served followed
by a season of sociability.
Arrangements for u membership
contest were completed to take ef
fect at once and close Jan. 1. A
series df socials are planned for
of Remick's Pepsin IMood Tonic will
make you fairly sparkle with new life
and vigor. For sale by all druggists.
Following is the program of the
concert to be given at IIarjers thea
tre tomorrow afternoon by l.leuer's
band under the direction of V. F.
March, "Gay American". . .Toenniges
Overture, "Raymond" A. Thomas
Entr'aste, "ISewitehing lleauty"
Lu P. Laurendeau
Arranged by E. lioettger
Morcean characteristique, "The
Busy P.ee" Theo Bendix
Grand Fantasia, "Reminiscences of
' Wagner Ojeru" Wagner
Descriptive, "The Darkies Jubilee"
J. M. Turner
Patrol, "The American". .. .Beasham
Melange on National Aors, "Amer
ica" Theo Moses
Great Luck of an Fdltor. .
"For two years all efforts to cure
Eczema in the palms of my hands
failed, "writes Editor II. X. Lester, of
Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly
cured by Bucklen's Arnica Salve."
It's the world's best for eruptions,
sores and all skin diseases. Only
25c at Uartz & Ullemeyer's.
If young ladies think sores, pimp
les and red noses look well with a
bridal veil and orange blossoms, it's
all right. Yet Rocky Mountain Tea
would drive them away. 35c. T. II.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
Homeseekers' tickets via the C, R.
I. & P. railway will be on sale Nov.
19, Dec. 3 and 17, to a number of
points in the northwest, west and
southwest. City office 1813 Second
Grand Encampment I- O. O. F. and Daugh
ters of Kebekah.
On account of the above occasion
the R. I. & P. railway will sell tickets
to SpringHeld and return at greatly
reduced rates. Tickets on sale Nov.
IS, 13 and 20. Return limit Nov. 22.
Two trains daily in each direction.
Telephone 112S for particulars.
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Diaests what you eat.
It artificially digests tim food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
ant and tonic No cher preparation
can approach It in etucieccy. It in
stant'y relieves and permanently curea
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsand
alf other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50c and Si. Large sice contains 2H times
small size. Book all about dyspepsia mailed! ren
Prepared by E. C. DsWITT A CO- Cblcoa
B. 11. bieber and Hartz and Ullemeyer
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This signature Is ca every bottle
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Endorsed everywhere as the best and most
delicious Sance in the World for Meats, Game,
Soups and Gravies
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Just as Soon as the Long Goat for Ladies Game
in Vogue, the
ion's Goats S
a Yard in Length
There's reason in it; a man in a little dinky Coat
does not look his best walking beside a lady clad
in a long Coat. We were never better equipped to
sell Overcoats than now. We are showing all the
leading styles in Yokes, Chesterfields, Varsity and
all the other "doofangled" names dealers are giv
ing Coats now-a-days but the swell Coat for swell
We are showing these Coats in, the different lengths
and styles and makes, they are trimmed with gen
uine Venetian lining, made and fit to perfection,
and if you are looking for the correct thing, you'll
not find i until you have climbed into one of
these stunning -Black and White.
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