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TH23 AH6HJS, S ATUXl DAY OVEMBEE 28, 1903.
ed the track at Third avenue and
Fifteenth street this afternoon. The
wrecking crew was called from the
TO PUT ON A SHOW
Fair tonight and Sunday;
no decided change in temper
ature. J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 29;
at 2:30 p. m. 30.
$4 and $5 Trimmed Kais, $2 25
Just twenty-ipur $4 and $5 trimmed
velvet Hats at a little less than half
price. Your choice for $2.25, only
twenty-four in aU, we JtL
repeat - " - LLJ
The Book Department
Will be a buBy place for holiday gift seekers
Low Prices Rule
Fifth avenue barn to replace the car
Dr. P. F. Purdue, formerly of Lyn
Young Men to Appear in "Snob
son's Stag Party" at Odd
; ' Fellows Hall.
don, III., is now located in a neat suite
novels at 1.08, b9o
Popular authors in
of offices above Math's confectionery
holiday gilt bind
THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
store. His office hours will be from 9
Thousands of Children's Books up from 1c
to 12 a. ni. and from 2 to 5 and 7 to
KEG All DING ELIJAH.
New Yorkers remark to Elijah,
"We're sorry, old boy, to Lfcrijah
You do not amuse us,
So kindly excuse lis;
AVe'll go, for we cannot Abijah."
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of lieidy Bros.
Opera glasses a'. .1. Kamser's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus, baggage. express, call llobb's
For real estate and insurance, E. J
Georee II. Hull for fire insurance.
Xcw 'phone, 5S57.
1'eoria stoves and niuires and all
kinds of heaters at Summers.
All kinds of coal for sale at the
Rock Island Lumber company.
I he spirit of t liristmas blossoms
out all over MeCabe's big store.
.lust -J4 S4 and $5 trimmed velvet
hats, 52.23, next week at McCabe's.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T
Sienion, 132i Fourth avenue, union 283
Hood coal. coal. coal, at Mueller
Lumber company's. Both telephones
Movinar the umbrellas at McCabe's.
Note the prices which make it easy.
.1. Kamser has just received a Hue
of tine thermometers. Call ana see
We are agents for Buck's celebrated
line of stoves an I ranges. I lemann
At 2 o'clock each day, 2. cents for
short lenirths of tine brown 0-cent
muslin at- McCabe's.
Three great values in ladies' slip
pers are mentioned in McCabe's at!
.lust watch this section.
A special corset item for next week
at McCabe's. winch will prove very
fascinating $1 for 37 cents.
Travelers sets, toilet sets, umbrel
las at ,1. Kamser's. A small deprisit
secures them until Christmas
All kinds of coal at all times. Tri-
City Transfer & Fuel company, 213
Twentieth street. I'rompt delivery.
Clemaiin & Salzinann have a new
line of buffets which have just been
put on the tloor. Call ami see them.
(ira ham's dancing school. 7 to 0 p.
m. Assembly. '. to 12 p. m. Monday
evening, Nov. :;i. Industrial hall, Bock
If oti are after quality, get your
next trunk or leather bag at the
Trunk Factory, 220 Brady street. Dav
enport. A few more horses wanted at Wal
lene Sr Hamilton's boarding stables.
Special attention to boarders. Office.
SOS Twentieth street.
Trinity guild will hold a sale of
fancy and useful articles at the home
of Mrs. C. C. Carter Wednesday after
noon from 2 to ( o'clock.
Furs are among the most, desirable
and useful of Christmas presents.
.McCabe's are making special quota
tions on a long list of them.
A furore will be created Monday at
McCabe's by the selling of those dress
goods samples. Head their ad. 3 to
2" cents for samples worth 30 cents
to $:5.30 per yard.
(lilbert Craves. left tackle of the
Hock Island high school football
team, is nursing a sprained right an
kle, sustained in the game at Daven
This is the kind of weather that you
need a Buck's hot blast to make your
home warm and cheerful. We can till
your stove wants. Clemann & Salz
mann. Prices always right.
Lou Mizer. the saloonkeeper, plead
ed guilty in the county court 'yester
day to a charge of running a house
of iil-f:ime and Judge Parmenter im
posed a fine of '$20 and costs.
Our store is crowded with new
goods. Call and pick out your pres
ents and have them laid siside. Prices
from 10 to 20 per cent lower than
elsewhere. Clemann & Salzinann.
Now that the cold weather is ai
proaehing the announcement of the
Bock Island Sash & Door works,1
which appears on page 10 of this is
sue, will prove interesting reading.
Car No. 204 of the Bridge line jump-
hK under GERMAN LAWS.
is Excellent for
Rheumatism, Backache, etc
OR. RICHTER'S World-Renowned
W None Kenuine without Trade Mark 'jlBrhov.'',
LS What one physician out of many testines
NewYork.0ct. 2nd 1897
I recommend Dr.
EXPELLER as useful in
W . . n I n I nmhano and
Rheumatism. M JTam f
O) AM. Ilia. COLU-OiSHtmAint
If 2SC and 53c. at all druggists or tnrougb
40. Blchter ft Co 235 Petri St.. New fork
3S HIGHEST I& fiYARBS
Herommtnetm oy prominent rny-
cians, wunetate ana tcetau
8 p. m.
A hunch: Do not allow the office
boy to sprinkle the sidewalk before
sweeping these mornings. The water
will freeze. Someone will slip. A
broken limb, perhaps. Then a suit
Kurth & Hanson have opened the
old Black Diamond coal office, 1506
First avenue, and are now prepared
to fill all orders for winter. Leave
orders at 1505 First avenue or 1031
Twelfth avenue. Old 'phone west 1345.
George II. Cox and Miss Margaret
Bendt. of South Koek Island, were
married this niorningat the parsonage
of the United Presbyterian church,
Bev. D. L. McXary officiating. They
will soon depart to reside in Indiana.
ilarrv .lewette, the l meatman, ar
rested for robbing the contribution
box at B'Nai Brith synagogue, yester
day, was released in the afternoon, no
one appearing to prosecute him.
.Iewette returned to his home in Chi
cago Boy Temple, of this city, and Miss
Bertha Chin were married Tuesday at
(lalesburg, the home of the bride, by
Kev. Joseph Bell, pastor of the First
Methodist church. Mr. Temple is an
employe of the McCorir.ick Harvester
They may nil talk about big stocks,
but a look through our store will
quickly convince that every claim we
have made is true. Don't forget that.
our prices are from 10 to 20 per cent
lower than elsewhere. Clemann &
Now is the time to select your
Christmas presents and have them set
aside. We are showing bigger lines
in every department of our big store
than we have ever displayed before,
and we guarantee our prices to be
from 10 to 20 per cent lower than
elsewhere. Clemann $.- Sal.mann.
The oil must die. the young may
die, you know; and the younger you
are when von insure the smaller your
premiums will always be. The Bank
ers Life of ew lork oners you the
very latest and best contracts that
ire issued today. (Jet over thinking
its the other fehow that s going to
die. and protect your loved ones and
yourself as well.
John Johnson, of Moline. pleaded
uilty to a charge of bastardy in the
court of Justice J. II. Cleland this af
ternoon and was held to the county
court in bonds of $000. lie was ar
rested at his home. First avenue and
First street. Moline. by Constable L.
V. Kckhart. The warrant, ajrainst
lohnson was sworn out by Miss
Dessie M. Perkins, of Davenport.
The transfer of the books from the
old to tne new puoiic iiorarv quarters
will he completed about Wednesday
of next week. Some delay is being
occasioned in the installation of the
heating arrangement. If this is fin
ished in time the lioani hopes to an
nounce the formal opening of the new
building the latter part of the coming
week. Brief dedicatory exercises will
Thomas Bivens, the expressman who
lost a leg as the result of being run
down by a Milwaukee train on
Twentieth street last winter, has tak
en a position as elevator conductor at
McCabe's store. Fellow expressmen
Hid other friends made up a purse and
purchased an artificial limb for the
unfortunate man. and to all who aided
him in his time of need he is duly
American manufacturers are win
ning laurels anroari on every nana.
Ihe king of England has just recently
placed an order for one of our gas
engines and dynamo plants. This cer
tainly speaks well for American pro
ductions. We also produce the best
stomach remedy in the world, namely.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Xo other
remedy can take, its place as a cure for
dizziness, headache, insomnia, indi
gestion, dyspepsia, constipation. liver
troubles or malaria, and no family
should be without a bottle of it in the
medicine chest. This safe and agree
able remedy is for anyone young or
old the most delicate stomach being
able to retain it. It is therefore es
pecially adapted for convalescents.
Don't fail to try it at once. The genu
ine is for sale by all druggists.
Carelessness is responsible for many
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of suffer
ers from throat and lung troubles.
But since the advent of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and cold, even the worst cases
can be cured, and hopeless resignation
is no longer necessary. Mrs. Lois
Cragg, of Dorchester, Mass., is one of
many whose life was saved by Dr.
King's Xevv Discovery. This great
remedy is guaranteed for all throat
and lung diseases by Hartz & Ulle
meyer, druggists. Price, 50 cents and
$1. Trial bottles free."
Oiven away, chickens at the Ponce
tie Leon tonight, opposite postoffice.
There is no cough medicine so pop
ular as Foley's Honey and Tar. It
contains no opiates or poisons and
never fails to cure. Sold by all drug
gists. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs
and colds: reliable, tried and tested.
safe and sure. Sold by all druggists.
BENEFIT TRIBUNES' DRILL TEAM
Proceeds of Entertainment to be
used to Purchase New
The cast of characters in the bur
lesque play entitled "Snobson's Stag
Party," to be given next Tuesday eve
ning in Odd Fellows hall by the
young men's drill team and glee club
of the Fraternal Tribunes, is an
nounced as follows:
Snobson Marx Harder.
Clarence Hubert Kinner.
Snowball James Broderick.
Dinkelspie! John Schneider.
Doohhan Bay Summers.
Spagheth Robert Doty.
Hawkins William Bowman.
Mrs. Chickenstelle Fred Peterson.
Mrs. Moriarity II. Sangren.
Scrapper William Cameron.
A Heavyweight W. Stremmel.
B. Ballotbox F. Burkhahn.
The play will be followed by a
dance. Bleuer's orchestra will fur
nish the music. The proceeds of the
entertainment will be used to pur
chase uniforms for the young men's
Talent for Club Minstrel.
The entertainment committee- of the
Hock Island Club is now occupied
with the selection of talent for the
third annual show of the club which
is to occur at the Illinois theatre in
January. The Sth had been decided
upon as the date, but has been can
celled. More time will be given to
preparation and the entertainment
will take place later in the month.
The club proposes outdoing its for
mer efforts, if such a thing is possible,
in the forthcoming production. The
drilling of the singers who are to ap
pear in the first or minstrel part is
already under way. In the first part,
aside from the jokes and a few sur
prises that are to be kept a secret un
til the night of the performances,
there are to be about four comic
songs, two ballads and the choruses.
The olio will embrace several of the
neatest acts ever presented in con
nection with an amateur entertain
ment in the tri-cities.
DECEMBER WEATHER WE
HAVE HAD FOR 32 YEARS
Data concerning the month of De
cember for a period of T.O years has
been compiled by Observer J. M.
Sherier, showing the mean or normal
temperature of the months to have
been 27. The warmest month was
lhat of 177, with an average of 42.
ind the coldest that of 1S70. with an
average ;f 15. The highest tempera
ture was 05 on the 24th. and the low
est 22 below on the 27th. 1SSG. The
average precipitation (rain and melt
ed snow) for the mouth was l.fi.'J
inches. The greatest amount of pre
cipitation recorded in any 24 consec
utive hours was 1.512 inches on the
25th and 201 h. isss. The greatest
amount of snowfall recorded in any
24 consecutive hours (record extend
ing to winter of 1SS4-5 only) was 0.7
inches on the 21st and 22nd. 1S87.
The prevailing direction of the wind
was northwest. The highest velocity
of the wind was 52 miles from the
southwest on Ihe 18th, lh'.)3. The av
erage number of clear days was 8,
partly cloudy days 10, nnl of partly
cloudy days 13.
ALBERT BEECHER INJURED
IN ACCIDENT AT MOLINE
Albert Beecher, 1432 Fortieth street.
Hock Island, was seriously injured
this morning in Moline. where he was
employed erecting doors cn the inter
urban street railway car barn on Six
teenth street, a brace falling and
striking him on the head and render
ing him unconscious, in which condi
tion he was removed - to his home.
He was attended by Dr. A. II. Arp.
Beecher is about 30 years of age.
Energy is a tine thing, but, like
steam, it needs a little restraint and
careful guiding. If the safety valve
doesu't work there's likely to be a
breakdown or a blow up now and then.
The nervousy, fidgety woman is a
dreadful bore. She ruffles up the at
mosphere and makes everybody wish
she would take a vacation and rest up
like sixty. Some of those people who
fly around the fastest do the least
work, and the proper thing to acquire
is balance. Work as hard as you want
to, but let up when the moment for
letting up arrives. There is a limit to
human endurance, and when you go
beyoud the limit you never get back
into the valve of strong endurance and
fine vitality. It is the man or the wo
man who knows how to work and how
to rest who gets things done all fine
and shipshape and without tearing the
roof off its feet. These remarks may
be blunt, like a chisel, but they're as
true as the fact that the Lord made, lit
tle apples. Chicago Record-Herald.
Odd Street Names.
In Clerkenwell, England, there is a
street called Pickled Egg walk. It
takes its name from Tickled Egg tav
ern, which formerly stood there and
made a specialty of serving pickled
eggs. An interesting London thorough
fare is flanging Sword alley, which
Is mentioned in Dickens' "Tale of Two
Cities. London has also Ficklcher
rlns street . In Leicester ia a street
ONLY 22 MORE BUYING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS
The spirit of Christmas blossoms out all over this big store and the principal departments are
putting on holiday airs. As usual, our low prices prevail on all holiday goods all through the store.
Think of the money you save by early buying.
50c to 3.50 Dress Goods Samples,
5c to 25c each.
This will be welcome news. The fame of this unique sale of
Dress Goods is constantlv speading.
The most striking values it has ever been our good fortune
to secure in the Dress Goods line will be ready Monday morning
at 9 o'clock and continue on sale while the lot lasts.
600 Traveler's Samples ranging from half a yard to yard
ancJ a half lengths of the finest imported and domestic Dress
In most cases there are from three to eight samples of a color
and quality, these we will have sewed together in bunches, so
that yox will find enough for a waist, a whole dress or child's
The lot includes most every color and style of dress fabric
made this season :
ZIBELINES. KR.OADCLOTHS, VENETIANS, PRUNELLAS, NUB SUITINGS.
VIGEREAUX Worsted Pl&ids nd Checks, LONDON TWINES. TWEEDS, VOILES
and an endless variety of fancy suitings from the famous looms
of Roubaix, France.
5C AH goods that you would have to pay by the yard from 50c CC
to 3.50 a yard for, choice of these sampleset, each from 25c to 3
Remember the day and time, commencing Monday morning
at 9 o'clock and while they last, 5 to 25 cents each.
Moving the Umbrellas
The removal of our Umbrella de
partment to the handsome new fixture
near the center of the main floor, 3d
ave. building, gives occasion for the
quick closing of several lines of men's
and women's Umbrellas. Buy your
Christmas Umbrellas now, these are
bargains. We quote three lots:
Men's and women's silk Carolina and
mercerized Umbrellas, usually IQ
1.50, ftere this week lO
Men"s and women's fine silk Umbrel
las. wrth 2.00 and 2.50, IO
Men's and women's extra quality
Umbrellas, fancy handles, worth
to 4.00, to close
38c 1 o 50c Cotton and
wool VVaistings, at yard
en Hod the Holy I5ons and" another
tailed Callows Tree Gate. Hull has
a street with the extraordinary name,
the Land of Croon Ginger. Oorydon
lias a street muiied Pump Pail, and
thorp rolop years aero lived Peter Pottle,
n dealer in furniture. The most darLng
of farce writers might well have hesi
tated to invent it combination of name
and addrevs s improbable as that
which really belonged to Peter Pottle
of Pump Pail.
Kngiiii'er Saves Two Hoys.
Madison. Wis., Xov. 128. Engineer
Cleveland, of a Chicago passenger train
on the Milwaukee road, rescued two
boys from drowning in Lake Monona.
Th train was speeding across the lake
win it tho engineer noticed the boys
struggling" in the water. Quickly bring
ing his train to a stop he cut the bell
cord fiom its fastenings, threw it to
the boys and pulled them ashore. They
had been skating and broke tb-ouh
the ice. '
Chrin'mHsTrem in Berlin.
Berlin, Nov." -S. The enormous ox
tent to which Christmas trees are used
in Germany, whers every member of a
family has an individual tree whenever
possible, is illustrated hy the fact thrt
the iirst shipment reoplved in Berlin
amounts to 4."0.000 tTPe, They cam?
from the Ilartz mountains.
I'rererretl Iiratli to Imprisonment,
Portsmouth. ()., Nov. 28 John K.
Duke, defaulting casbier of the Royal
Building and . Loan association, was
found dead in bed when the olficers
went to his home to take him to court
to be sentenced. lie had shot himself
through the head.
Well-Known lllinolnaii Dead.
Bloomiugton. 111., Xov. US. Albert
P.riggs. a lawyer known throughout
Illinois, Is dead cf heart disease at his
home in Eureka.
Indiana Man Gets a Post.
Washington, Xov. 28 Henry T. Ben
nett, of Indian;! has been appointed
inspector of surveyors, general und
district land offices.
Sue Gneanrl RiKht:
"Did the spiritualistic medium tell
you anything that was true?" asked
the willing believer eagerly.
"Oh, yes," replied the bard beaded in
dividual. "And that was"
"That I spent my money foolishly,
which was right. You see, I had paid
to hear her tell me that." Cincinnati
"Do you," said the learned counsel,
"swear that you will tell the troth,
the whole truth and"
"Oh, how lovely I" the fair witness
interrupted. "Shall I really be allowed
to talk all the afternoon if I want toT
-Tit-Bits. . .-
We are closing out one style of
the celebrated P. N. Corset. Our
list has grown so long on this, one
of our best makes, that we have de
cided to drop this one number.
It's our No. 447 for which you al
ways pay us 1.00 this weekc'7,
and while they last, only. .. vC
Remember, so long as you can
find your size the price is 57c, but
if you ask us to reorder from the
factory, 1.00 is the price.
Closing them out at 57c, 57c. .
Each day at 2 o'clock short
lengths fine Brown riuslin,
worth 6c yard, goes each
day this week, if it O'r
lasts, at per yard -
NEWS IN OUTLINE
Daniel of Virginia lias introduced a
bill in tin senate appropriating $.".( K.M.
tKH) for n new patint ofiice in Washing
ton. The fortune reported to have been
made by .lain Lane Allen, the novel
ist, in Texas oil land turns- out to
belong to a oousiu of the same name.
Felix McWhirter, Jr.. Dopauw uni
versity, was severely injured in a foot
ball game between the college team
and the Paris. 111., leven.
Speaker Cannon says his nomination
for the vice presidency is not to be
The Standard Oil company absolute
ly refuse to give the government in
formation about its tinancial affairs.
Tlie'capture of two men suspected
of robbing tlu- bank at Agra. Kan.,
was effected by the citizens of Bloom
The czarina of Bussia b- suffering
from a gathering in her ear.
The United States has refused to
recognize the newest republic in San
An ordtr has been sent out from the
headquarters of the American Tin
riate company in Xew York to lay off
all men employed at the two mills in
Xew Kensington, Pa.
Oborlin M. Carttr, ex-captain of en
gineers. L'. S. A., was released from
the Leavenworth, Kau., prison this
John M. Ewing. aged r! years, is
dead at the residence of his sister at
ShelK)3gan, Wis., after a lingering III
nnss. Partial elections for members of the
Berlin municipal council of Iterlim re
sulted in large Socialist gains.
Charles O. Lewis to K. H. (iuyer.
tract by metes and bounds, se'i.
nw'4, ft, 17, lw. $1.
Bridget Ilennegan to William Cer
hardt, part lot. IS. block ". Carbon
C. II. Pope to Margaret II. Pope, lot
1, block IsOj East Moline, Sl.fioo.
Cblcago, Not 28 -Following are tfie oten
ing, hlgnest, lowest and closing qnotat'.oi s
n tod ay 'i markets:
Dec, so;, SO SO-
May. so 80S fO SO!--.
July, 74V. 'f.1'; 71?; "5
Nov. 4li: ?
Dec 41 7: 42 41" 41
Vay, 41?; 4iH ; us
Dec, 84V4: 84H' "X
May, Zhh; 355i; So!,; 36tf .
Furs Are iVlost Useful
We have a splendid assortment and an early selection
gives Jou the pick of the stock.
Chinchilla and Electric Seal
Handsome Isabella cluster
Stock Collars of Squirrel
and Ermine.satiu lined. . . .
Blue fox military Scarfs
French mink, Fonr-in
hands, very smart
Bat Wings of genuine wool seal fur
new and mm
dressy 0 mOKJ
Genuine Fox long Scarfs with brush
tails, Isabella or sable Q c f
dye, 10.00 and O.DLI
Plerenes of German fox, sable dye.
satin lined, very hand- f C
some, at lO.DU
Many other fur novelties at equallv
Ladies' perforated Vamp Slippers,
the latest fad. made of fine Bliss
kid, turned soles and French heels,
sold everywhere at $2.50,
here this week, only
Ladies' fine kid turned Sandals,
strap, bow and ornament, extra
$2.00 value 1
at 1 D
Woman's fine kid turned Sandal?,
strap, bow and arnament, extra
values at f
$1.00 black Taffeta and
Peau de Soies, per yard
The beverage that not only builds
up the body, but gives strength
and energy for the day's work.
X- "m .y 1 V ... 111 '. )
Jan., 10 H3: 10 93: 10 80: 10 85
May, 11.12; 11.30; 11.10; 11.12
D3C. 27: 6.35: 6 27. fi 3J
Jan . 6 27: 6.:7; 6 87: R.Sl
May,6 37; 6.47; 6.37:0.43
Jan., 5.75- 5 77 5.75: 5.77.
May. 5 92 5 97. 5.92 5.95.
Receipts today: Wtieat 195. corn 34:t. oats
177: noRS 12,000: cattle ::W. sbeep 3,0uu.
Hoe market opened steady.
Lipft. H(KXa4.40: mixed and bntcn
ers. 14 (KWM 45- Rood heavy, 14 00G4 40 rouge
Heavy. 4 00a 2 J.
Cattle marset opened steadv.
Soeep market opened si-adv.
Hors at Kansas City 3 out. cattle 2.C03,
dors at Omaha 6 000, cattle 8.0K)
U nlon stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hofr market, active to Rc higher.
L'tfht, t4 loi44o; mixed ana butchers, 4.10
ft 50 (tood heavy, 14. ios4 so; rough heavy.
Cattle market steady.
Sheep market steady,
ti Hog market closed stead vat advance.
Lent, 14.104 45; mixed and ouicners fi 10
CM 50 Rood heavy, 14 ioa4.E0; rough heavy,
14. 10 4 45.
Came market closed dull.
Steep market closed steady.
New York Stock.
New York. Nov. 28. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
Srpar 12!. Gas C. R. I. &P. 23, South
ern Paciflic-46. li. & O. 76 "-4. Atchison com
mon Atchison pfd. 90H.C. M. & St. P.
is. Manhattan 13a. copper 38, W. U.
Tel. Co. go1, L & N 1034, C & A. .Ti Rdg.
common 40. Can. Pacific 117. Leather com
moD 7. li. R. T. 39. Pacilic Mail ... U.
S. Steel ptd. 5li. U. S. Steel common 11
Penna. 113. Mo. Paciflc 90u. Union Pacific
71H. coal and iron 28. Erie common 27Si.
Wabash pfd. as. Car foundry 18S. C. &o.
W. ... Rep. Steel pfd. 41. Rep. Suel com
mon ... New York Central U7?, Illinois
New York Hank Statement.
New York, Nov. 28. Reserves on all de
posits increased $!.13.8.tO. reserves on de
posits other than U. S. increased 2,2l,00t):
loans decreased. W.3a4.COO; specie decreased
7i2.7.0: legal increased, ti.48l.?00: deposits
decreased, fj,7sl.4O0: circulation increased
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIOMS.
Tudar'a notations oa Provliiloas, Liv
Stoek. Fet and Fuel.
Bock Island, Nov. 2S. Following; axe the
$39 XXXX Electric Seal Fur
Coats, Skinner satin flft
lined. . O.UU
Combination Coats, Electric
Seal, with fine Nutria collar,
revers and cuffs, Skinner satin
lined, $35 values, 7'7. CO
very special . . iOU
A Bargain !
Ten genuine "Wool Seal Fur
Capes, edged all around with
bear fur, sold all over for $2o
to $25, these go Q PA
COME EARLY !
Bargains, Soiled Linens
Our Thanksgiving linen sale has left
some, remnants of all kinds of linens.
Short lengths of damask from 14
to 3 yards.
Patterncloths, of which napkins are
Some half dozens napkins.
A few slightly soiled Lunchcloths,
Traf Cloths, Scarfs and Doylies which
were ised in trim.
These goods must get out of the way
of our now Holiday linens and we put
thorn all on a bargain counter at prices
tbat will make them move quick. Look
at these early.
Lessens in Art Needlework Free
Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 4
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 2ic23c, dairyisc
Kpfts Fresh 23c.
Live poultry Spring chickens i'c
pound bens 8c per pound.
VegetablesPotatoes. 55 to 65c
Cattle Steers 14.00 to H.so, cows
heifers 12. (W to S3.50, calves t3.oo to 15.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers 14.25 to 15 00.
Sheep Ycarlinps or over, per cwt. -.50to
13 53, Lambs per head HMO to S5.03
Feed and Fuel.
' Grain Corn old BliS52c: oats. 35r,
Forage Timothy hay. IS to HO.oo. prairie
H to S. straw 15 50.
Wood Hard, per load 5.00
Coal Lump, per bushel -14c mine run
13c per bushel, clack, per bushel 7c.
H. J. TOHER.
A. Ii. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main at