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- TECE AHGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1902
Tartly cloudy tonight,
Wednesday and Thursday
generally fair; moderate tern-'
Temperature 7 a.'m. 30; at
noon 41. .
Head Adams ad.
Head Adams ad.
Stoves at Wilcher's.
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
Profit by Adams- ad.
Money saved at Adams.'
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
Jack rabbits at Kuschmann's.
Sweet cider at J. M. Schaab's.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
rienty of poultry at Hess Bros.
Naval oranges at J. M. Schaab's.
.Buy your poultry at Schroeder's.
Brnssel sprouts at W. A. Ehleb's.
Select oysters in bulk at Hess Bros,
Poultry of all kinds at V. A. Ehleb's.
Plenty of poultry at Anderson Bros.
' Headquarters for poultry at Schroe
der's. Fancy eating apples at Anderson
Blue points in shell at II. Tremann's
tJood time to see Adams for your
Thanksgiving wines at Simon
For real estate and insurance, E.
Last day, Wednesday, furs. Young
Over oH turkeys to select from at
Plenty of nice, young turkeys at
. Plenty of young turkeys at Mauck
er fc Tonn's.
( Special sale on Hanan's men's shoes
at the Leader.
Lobsters and shrimps at II. Tre
Cranberries, cabbage and celery at
.1. M. Schaab's.
Order your Thanksgiving turkey at
AV. A. Ehleb's.
Fresh mushrooms just received" at
V. A. Ehleb's.
Fancy hotel cluster raisins at Har
ris & (.Jauley's. j
Don't forget Edelweis flour. Only
KemeinlH-r that Simon Lewis is sell
ing wines cheap.
Turkeys, ducks, chickens and geese
For a nice, young turkey, call up
Good butter and fresh eggs at
Maueker & Tonn's.
Nice, fresh, home-made mince meat
at Maueker & Tonn's.
All kinds of flour, feed, grain and
hay at J. M. Schaab's.
New pack tomatoes, 10 cents per
can, at Anderson Bros'.
Poultry of all kinds and plenty of
it at Maueker & Tonn's.
(Jood eating apples at X. 1. F. Nel
son's, 2025 Fourth avenue.
Another exhibition of furs Wednes
day. Young & McCombs.
Turkeys, turkeys, turkeys, plenty
of turkeys at Schroeder's.
All kinds of poultry and fresh oys
ters at Harri;? & (iaulev's.
Fancy Mmeria grapes, 20 cents per
pound, at Anderson Bros.
Hanan's $5 shoes, $4. at the Leader,
opposite the Harper house.
Fresh fruits and vegetables i,i all
kinds at Maueker & Tonn's.
Shell, canned nn-1 bulk oysters and
celery at H. Tremann's Sons'.
- Plenty of turkeys, geese, ducks "and
chickens at Maueker & Tonn's.
Choice dressed turkeys, geese, duck:
and chicken at H. Tremann's Sons.
If you want a choice, fresh dressed
turkey, telephone II. Tremann's Sons.
Order your . groceries for your
Thanksgiving dinner at Anderson
Open Wednesday evening. Closed
all day Thanksgiving day. Young &
McCombs. ' .
We are showing extra good values
in boys' three-piece double and single
breasted suits, ages from 8 to 16
PAiNS m CHEST,
Sidesjoints, Rheumatism, etc.
DR. RICHTER S World-Kenownea
One weltk nown firm's letter out of many ;
428 o sevwTM ave. PitturfeWZ"-893.
We recommend RICHTER5 celebrated
"ANCHCR'PAIN EXPELLER, as we know IT
IS AN ARTICLE OF GREAT MERIT.JUD6IN3
FROM THE LARGE S ALE.TKAT WE HAVE FOR IT.
Yours very truly.
ijc and 50c at all druggist or tbrougti
tt'.Ad.BlchUrJtCoSU Pearl SL, Heir Xrkl
GHEST i OAHDS. ,
Bfcommenaetl by pro-minrKt tytif-
ticions, tvnoietaiM ana tteiau
iv. ttcians, rr noirmum ana nwu -r-iv. 1
years. Everything new. Gtistafson &
' Dressed turkeys, geese, ducks Bnd
chickens, wholesale and retail, at
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tarns are now
settled in fWir new home at 924 Four
teenth street. -
Order your Thanksgiving dinner at
the Twin-City grocery, Fifth avenue
and .Elm street. . '
Attend the Afternoon clubVlance at
Armory hall Thanksgiving afternoon
Dancing from 2 till 6.
Frank' Newburg, the tailor, 302
Twentieth street. All work guaran
teed. Give him a call.
Complete line of fresh fruits and
vegetables at Hess Bros. Everything
for a Thanksgiving dinner. J.'. .
Dr. I. B. Ennis, physician and sur
geon, also cancer and skin specialist.
Office, 303 Yg Twentieth street.
Attend the dance at Woodmen hall
in South IJock Island tomorrow night.
Tickets, 50' cents; ladies free.
Drop in at Simon Lewis' tomorrow
and get a bottle of fine wine to go
with your Thanksgiving dinner.
The right goods along with the
right prices, is our motto. The new
clothing store, dustafson & Hayes
Malaga and catawba grapes, gripe
fruit, pineapples and a splendid 1u.-l
sortment of fresh vegetables at W. A.
Manufacturers line of furs. Manu
facturers prices on furs. Last da3'
and last chance Wednesday. Yojyng
Choice fruits, fresh, crisp vegeta
bles and fancy tigs and dates at the
Twin-City grocery, Fifth avenue and
Talk about your poultry. Schroe
der's is the place to get young, plump,
nicely dressed turkeys, ducks, geese
Turkej-s, chickens, ducks, geese and
choice cut of meats of all kinds for
your Thanksgiving dinner at Schin-
Everything necessary for your
I'hanksgiving dinner can be found at
W. A. Ehleb's. AH orders given i
Thanksgiving dance by the Ornia
club. Turner hall. Davenport, Thurs
day evening, Nov. 27. Admission, 23
cents; ladies free.
Everything in the line of vegetables
necessary for your Thanksgiving din
ner at the Twin-City grocery, Fifth
avenue and Elm street.
We are showing a complete assort
ment of those "shape retaining" suit s
and overcoats. 'i ne new clothing
store, Oustafson Hayes.
The annual Thanksgiving ball of
Iron Molders' union No. 230 occurs at
Industrial hall .Wednesday evening,
Nov. 2G. Tickets, f0 cents.
A graceful, well-fitting suit is what
makes a man look right. See us. We
have them in all colors. Our special
make. Gustafson & Hayes. . ;
Low one way and round trip rates
are on sale via -the lloek Island road
Dec. 2 and 16 to a number of points
in the northwest and southwest.
The Bock Island postottiee will close
at 10 a. m. Thanksgiving day. There
will bp one delivery throughout the
city, leaving the ofTice at 9 in the
The young people of the : United
Presbyterian church will serve an oys
ter supper in the church parlors Fri
day evening from 6 to 8:30. Every
Mrs. S. A. LaYaney, 2227 Fourth
avenue, was removed to St. Anthony's
hospital yesterday afternoon in the
city ambulance. She is suffering w ith
For two weeks, commencing with
Wednesday, Nov. 20, we place on sale
anv Hanan shoe, all leathers, nothing
reserved, at $4. The Leader, opposite
the Harper house.
The KeneEck Construction company
yesterday afternoon took a special
car with 45 men hired here to do rail
road construction work at Sedan, Mo.,
leaving via the Burlington.
The regular Tuesday evening serv
ices' at South Park chapel havp been
postponed until Thursday evening,
w hen special . Thanksgiving services
will be conducted by the pastor.
With a lot of see-sawing we have
secured one day more of the manu
facturers sample furs for Wednes
day. Now is the chance to buy them
at factory prices. Young McCombs.
The Farmers and Invincible of the
bowling league of the Kock Island
Club meet tonight on the alleys at
the club house. As neither team has
yet been defeated something inter
esting in the bowling line is looked
for tonight, when time is to be called
at 8 o'clock. .
As is customary, Passig Bros, will
have the largest and choicest display
of nicely dressed poultry, fresh fruits,
crisp vegetables, new nuts, figs, dates,
raisins, and in fact everything that is
to be found on the market. Your
Thanksgiving dinner will be a success
if you order your supplies from them.
Another in the series of card par
ties arranged by the ladies of the par
ish is to be given this evening at. Sa
cred Heart hall. Twenty-eighth stre
and Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Plans
have been made for the entertainment
of a large company, as these affairs
are always well patronized. Itefresh
mcnts will be served.
The heavy cast "iron railing that
guarded the balcony of the Star
block oven- the sidewalk at Second
avenue and Nineteenth street fell to
the pavement yesterday afternoon
while a theatrical advertising man
was engaged ' in attaching muslin
signs to it. Fortunately no one was
below and the man o signs succeeded
in saving himself from going down
with the wreck. The railing was bro
ken into smithereens. The wood
about the screws that held the braces
had become decayed and a slight push
precipitated the catastrophe.
MILAN GIRL IS MISSING-
SHE MAY HAVE ELOPED
James T. Lafferty, of Milan, this
afternoon asked the police to aid- him
in tracing his stepdaughter, Char
lotte Bell, a'ed.16, whom he said had
eloped witli a colored man. The hit
ter's nane is David Pitts, and he has
been working for Lafferty. He is
about 40 years of age. This morning
JJTerty was away from home and
when he returned about noon he
friund the pair had gone.
NEWS OF THE RIVER.
St. Paul 14
Red Wing H
Keeda Landing 13
La Crosse 13
Prairie du Chien 18 '
Le Claire 10
Dea Moines Rapids
St. Louis SO
Kansas City ,21
'' The stage of wateY Svas 5.75 at G a.
m. and 5. SO at noon. The te
ture at noon was 424 .
Y0TJNG & M'COMBS
Open Wednesday evening. Closed
all day Thursday, Thanksgiving day.
Good candies, per lb., 10c.
Hoarhound. salted peanuts, pean'ut
brittle, chocolates, coated pt;anuts.
jelly beans, all, per lb., 10c.
Silver plated napkin rings, fancy
designs, worth 09c, special, each, 35c.
Blue or red checked table linen, per
70-ineh "-cxmI weight silver bleached'
table Linen, worth 50e, at 35c.
02-inch all linen full bleached table
linen, worth 50, at 35e.
Imitation cut glass 8-inch berry
Sterling silver top salts ami peiH
pers, worth 50c, at 19c.
100-picce hand-decorated dinner
sets, gold lined, assorted decorations.
worth $10. special $G.9S.
Two-quart granite sauce pans, 10c.
Two-quart granite preserving ket
Surprise egg beaters, each. lc.
Oyster lunch at Thierman's saloon
Wednesday evening, corner Fourth
avenue and Eighteenth street. .
A Paris dispatch says: "M. Uosey
has just discovered the secret of per
petual youth." Too late, we've had
it for years. Madison Medicine com
pany's Kocky Mountain Tea. T. H.
Thomas' pharmacy. ' ' '
THIS IS IT
Ladies' Corona Colt
Medium sole, imitation
tip, derby tot, laco . . .
Battles Shoe Store
Kuurtb Av nl Seventeenth Ht.
50c to S10
Dr. Jager's, Dr. Deimels'
Silk, Wool and Cotton
Fleece Union Suits. Un
derwear made to your
Measure. Wo fit you.
Yes, We Make Shirts.
HAETER HOUSE BLOCK.
A recent purchase from a well-known, manu
JTIl facturer enables us to name this price for
some elegant $12.50 and $13.50 Suits $15.00 at
1 MeiVs nd Youth's
Triot means $12.00 to $15.00 if bovight elsewhere.
-FOR MEN'S AND YOUNG H'S OVERCOATS-
for stylish well made pure wool coats. They are a
great Bargain at this price. It's getting closing out
time for the manufacturer, and whenever they offer
us good clothes at a bargain we make the deal. We
sell as we buy. A bargain for us, means a bargain
"The Boston Store Sells It For Less." t
Come at once when you read this
I'nless you eoine ami aelually see i liese Imnks of whieh we tell
yT.'u of, you will certainly thirtk we are grossly exajrerat iiiff or that'
there is a printer's mistake in the price.
Life's Looking (Ilass'
by Kev. T. DeWitt
Talniaire. 1). 1).
Ilidpath's History of
the United States. 4
books in volume.
The Life of Queen
Victoria and the
story of her reijrn.
For 30c. $1.75 and $2.25 Books
For 50c. $2.50 and $3.25 Books
For 75c. $4.00 and $5.00 Books
Cloth, full Morrocco and one half Morrocco bound . lea fs jilted
beautiful ami profusely illustrated book.
It is not a piestion of what they are worth but a story of how we
happened to pet them that enablw ns to sell them at such unheard
if prices. ' .
We know of people ripht here in town who have those same books
and pai I the above publisher's prices.
The party from whom we purchased these books took a clean
loss of $M)0 as the books ha il to be sold quickly, and knowing- the
Boston Store's tremendous out-let', these books were offered to us
ut a price so low that knowing- their intrinsic value we were almost
(lumfbundod, and had we not seen the receipted bill for $1.C(M) we
should have been afraid to touch them to make a long- story short
we bought the books and olTer them to first customers at the
30 cts, 50 cts and 75 cts.
All these books arc beautifully illustrated pilt leaves cloth, full
Morrocco and one-lwlf Morrocco bound nothing- you can t Link of
that would cost you $..00 would make so nice a Christmas present.
I Belore iaiKS
Ciet your Winter Ciotliing- now be
fore the fcrftiities begin. (let it here,
where your promise to pay is as good
as colli cash; where prices for Slyl-i.-h.
I'eliable Clothing are as low as
(!ct it here, where every garment is
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
von: ckkimt is ;ooi. ( loth-
INtJ, HATS. SHOKS. I'XDKKWKAl:,
I'OK MAX OK WOMAN, I'.OY OK
ori:x wi:nxi.si)AY eyentnc
(LOS I : I ) Til IKS I ) A Y.
I RiRnffir. Rnssnhlnnm & Cn..
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107 " East Second St.. Davenport.
HARNED (SL VON MAUR..J
t ' - B. WINTER. ' J
t Wholesale Dealer in PUKE WINES AtfD LIQUORS.
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL J
t ' WATER. t
Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
1618-1618 Third Avenne, Rock Island, I1L
Do you realize bow sensitive
and delicate is a little cliild'.s
Tiny sliocs . should fit like
tiny jj"loves---easily without
lunelior pain future comfort
and fjfood health demand this.
ab i e s,t od d leis,y oun ps t e rs- -we
know how to lit their lit
tle feet as little feet should
Smart little patent hathers just like 1 C C
mama's for 85c and O ,C
307 TwentietH St.
Rock Island. III.
20S Brandy St.
Men's Shoes 52.50 and S3.50