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TUESDAY. JANUARY, 14, 1908
Urnerall? fair tonight and Wednra-
daj- not much' rhanire In temperature;
the lowest temperature tonight will b I
obuuf 2.1 degree above aero.'
J. 51. SHERIKR, Local Forecaster.
Temperature at 7 n. n... 22; at 3i30
p. in., 25; Maximum temperature In laHt
24 bourn, 2Ui inlnlmuni, IS. Velocity of
wind' at 7 a. ui., 6 mile per hour. Stnu;e
of water, 2 feet, a rle of .7 foot In la.it
24 hour. i
Tan. 14 In" PlstofT-
ISO-Willlsm Whipple: American soldier
and Jurist, signer" for New Hamp-
i i i. iM 1." ram Hf
1T8-Amerlccn congrea ratified the Paris
treaty or peace wun ureni. wnini.
lSSe-Revolution In Hawaii; Queen Lilluo
,rvr rn.(l,n,nl-. rTtnfiater lit IClngstOD.
IW4jai iiuwao . - -
TtiriKW' htKilnpnit nart of the city de
stroyed: about 2.000 lives lost and the
property loss estimated ai iu,,.
Tonight and Tomorrow Morning.
Sun sets. 4:C2; rises. 7:13. Moon sets,
t:6o a. m. Moon's age. 11 days.
What is "the big" six?"
Buy a home of Reidy'Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Me to Jones for a cheap stove.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
Smokers have to call for Lewis' Sin
g'.e Binder cigar to get it.
Best sugar cured hams 12'. cents
per pound at Tom Moore's.
Full, cream: brick cheese 15 cents
per pound at Tom Moore's.
Let Krell & Siemon do your furnace
and tin work; 1316 Third avenue.
Miss Ella Theus last evening at the
Davenport Elite won a ton of coal.
I defy you to beat my prices on all
kinds of stoves. Jones, the second
band man. 1
Don't shiver yourself into sickness
take your small change to Jones and
get a stove.
Ready in a jiffy, easy to prepare, a
good, hearty breakfast is Mrs. Austin's
Trinity guild will meet with Mrs. T
J. Buford, 1208 First avenue, tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30.
Bargains in fine combs, hair brushes,
tooth brushes and purses at Charles
Ullemeyer's. 534 Sixteenth street
Meat is high, fruit scarce, so buy
Mrs. Austin's famous pancake flour.
A good, hearty breakfast for a little
When purchasing groceries it is -ad
visable to look for quality. To obtain
it go to Tom Moore's, headquarters
for good things to eat.
Island City Court of Honor, No. 855
will hold its monthly dance and card
party Jan. 16 at.Beselin's hall. Ad
mission 15 cents. Schieberl's orchestra
Fresh fish and seal shipped oysters
fresh from' the cost, poultry, butter,
eggs and milk and cream- at Hopkins
& Co.'s new market, 1609 Third avenue
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
.scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 786-K.
The St. Marguerite's court of For
resters No. 489 will give a card party
at K. of C. hall, Rock Island, Jan. 16.
Cards from 8 to 10, dancing and re
freshments after. Tickets, 15 cents.
Several members of the Anderson
family on Twenty-first streets, between
Second and Third avenue, were placed
under arrest last night by the police
for creating a disturbance. They will
be given a hearing tomorrow.
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Six bouncing big
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iel "Webster de
fines as "Uncom
nary, chief in ex-
Of New Map of Rock Island City and
South Rock Island Township.
The publishers of the above map
wish to inform the public that they
will have engravers' proofs of same
on display for public inspection and
criticism at the Rock Island county
court house on Wednesday and Thurs
day, Jail. 15 and 1C, and they earnestly
request all parties interested' to call
and carefully examine tne maps and
point out any errors they may discover,
so corrections can be made before
The publishers also wish to remind
the public that these maps will be
made for subscribers only, and as the
subscription list will positively close
Jan. 17, all persons wishing to pro
cure one of these valuable maps must
subscribe before that date.
Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 15. skat-
Ine will be continued at the bis rink
until 6 p. m. A special inducement
to school children and the ladies. All
ladies will be admitted free.
tages. Even Webster s
forceful definition of the
words special and bargain
fail to do justice to this
great M. 6c K. sale. There
are no reservations in this
sale every fine suit and
overcoat up to $35 included.
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It is generally sup-
sales are for the
purpose of "get
ting rid of bad rubbish."
Not so with the M. 6c K.
While every article in the
- store is on sale, in order
standing regarding the
, M. 6c K. sincerity of pur-.
pose only the finest choic
est, newest, and most up-to-date
suits and over
coats, underwear and
shirts are included in this
big six, which is an extra
special for four days only,
Friday and Saturday.
Choice of our finest silk lined Suits and Overcoats that
sold from $28 to $35, for these four days only the price
will be . . . . . . .
Choice of our finest Children Suits that sold up to $10,
including; all the Buddy Tucker and beautiful Peter Pan,
Suits, for these four days the price will be . . . .
Thirty minutes of excitement and
fun. An indoor winter sport on skates
to take place of foot ball with a laugh
for every thrill. First game called at
9 p. m., at the big rink, Thursday, Jan.
16. Don't miss it
Choice of any of "the finest Overcoats and Reefer Coats
for boys and children up to the age of 16, which sold
up to $10, for four days only the price will be . . .
Choice of our finest Trousers for men, including all
the pure worsteds, which sold from 5.85 to 7.50, for
these four days only the price will be . . . .
Beer That Is Beer.
If you want to drink good beer, order
the Davenport Malting company's pale
export. Delivered anywhere in Rock
Island. Both phones 169.
There once was a maiden young and
She'd laugh and sing the whole long
For I am so haDoy and well. Raid she!
Now that I take Hollister's Rocky
; T. H. Thomas' Pharmacy.
D-Wltt'B Little "Early Risers are the
.nest piua Known. Sold by All druggists.
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Choice of our finest wool Underwear up to $2,- for these four days
only the! price will be $ 1 , and the finest union suits which sold, up to
$4.50, the price for these four days will be . . . .
Choice of our finest Negligee Shirts, which sold up to $2, including
those stunning pleated bosoms, just received, the price for these
four days only will be' .. . . . . . . . . .