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Spinach at BwHchrrV
DrrMd rhit'ln at Long'.
I'ndrr-Mar at the Columbia.
Ojoirr anil rvlvrw at Long'.
Nie turkey a at W. A. EhlcbV
I'rrah fUt at T rem ana 8o.
New Una of tjlMer at tbe London
I'ndrrwrarat Lloyd A MreaftY
All kind. ..f nnfa at W. A. KhlrbV
Bi joh underwear at lb Colum
Price. lt mil th time at the !on-
Tnrkev ami chicken at Bunch.
Fancy King apple at W. A. Kh
t'wkinjf and rating a! at Hen
Il O .
Jerev wcct potatoca at Ilea
OvMcr a cclcrv at Treniann k
Bulk and canned nvafcra at He
Ituttcrinc 1.1 cent jot pound al
.Vice lettuce and ipinah at W. A.
New overcoat, at Simon k Mocn-
A nice variety ! prat-, at W. A.
f rider wear for cvrrvone at the
Llovd A Mi-warf ran fi von In tin
Nv,itic in cap at Llovd .V
Winter underwear at Llovd k
Met art V
Fin winter underwear at Llovd
Mew art V
Frrh cocoaniit. and cider at
The !:ttet In rap at Llovd k
Wo.in ck. worth ." tor 2.V at
Choice dressed turkcv at Schroc-'l-r
Drewd turkey, chicken and durk
at Hc Itrna.
Sparc ril and la k Imnca at Tte
mann k Son.
Bargain in underwear at sininn k
Fine Jersey wirt potatoes at
llron nr k Co".
Call at Hc Brw". and wlwl vour
Bargains in woolen hirt at Mm on
Llnjd k Stewart havr a tine line of
ijlnve. and liiittcna.
HtMrntl . A. Khlela Tin.
tietb meet grocery.
Yon ran pet bargain in ffuciTic
at Iriffill A C.lcimV
Chiekrn.. turkey, durk and .
at Irrtnann k Son.
l:ite. flir, nrangr and tuinna. at
Brooke k Thrirtnan.
r'r'!i irtrr. direct from .Halti
muTr. at t'.rowncr k Co.
.ran I turkey lunch i.fnirr'i
niht a' ihr Manbattan.
tirmd turkrj lunrh t.ni'rr-w
iilit T tlir Manhattan.
Armour' snidrr and Columbia
up, at Uri-wiMT A Co.
(rand turkc lunrh tomorrow
nikt tUr Manhattan.
Buik ard ran ottrr at lliinrhi-r'
p'tirrr iiarr grorrrt.
Turkrj an t rhlrken i!r"fd f
rdrr. af llnwnrr St Co.
Mn' l.ratjr wniliTwrar from :W
fit w; s thr Cohimhia.
A d''.!.ir To-wr wint n far n now
nt inv' k Moi-ntrldrr'.
Choi -i- irrr I tnrk"v" an. I rliii k
in. I'-rnok A Tbrirman.
Ak t i- iir undrrwrar ai ";,..
worth ft. "'. Thr Loudon.
Kirbarilon Iloliin, plum j.nd
1 i niT in an, at Brnwnrr Co.
Chiiilfn l";in it Irntbrr and
jri"v at Simon M-wndddrr'.
Florida iranyr. rating and rook
'Hif aj'pi " and lijriana at ln'.
Vim ran af n'nrv t.v Imvin
your nndrrwrar at thr Columbia.
IM.k tit unr .."" i vrrrnal. Can't
lir tnat'dn-d d.rt'. The Ixindon.
Jt rrrtivrd "i nrw nvorruat.
and pri'i iwar down. Thi londou.
Krrp vour hands warm. Llovd k
Strwart hae jt thr thinp (or you.
Alt- ti I thr aurtion alc of rrocerir
at Iri.1i!l UMm' Ssiturday at 1 p.
Men' larr and rongre working
aboes ttnlr ttc this al. Th Bos
Fmh balk, and ran nvnter. direct
from Baltimore, at Broo'k A Thrir-
Awardcd Highrt Honor
At tbe World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE '
A pgr Crap. Cntam ' Tartar Powder. Fiet
frotn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 Y1AK9 T fTANOARD.
Butterlne IS cent per pound, from
to 10 a. m. tomorrow at H. Schror-
Browner k Co have received a full
line.of the celebrated Batavia ran
For a real fine rtTlish overcoat
Simon Moenfrldcr' line in away
in the lead.
Celery. radUbe. ppinacb. oyster
Idant. watercrea and parsley at
Cranberrlea, celery, saur kraut and
Jersey sweet potatoes, at Brooks k
Fine drced chickens 10 cents nt
pnnd. at S-broeilrrV. Twentieth
Ki'memhcr tbe grand mark ball of
the Old leaguer at Tnrner hall to
Tomorrow morning, from ft to lo.
Schroeder will sell luittcrine al IS
rents cr pound.
Attend the dance at Kuss ball
Satnrdar evening. Admission free,
All the latest styles in cloths and
iMiish capes, new and nobby, at
.lovd k Stewart's.
Attend the coon lunch at Chris
Kuss" Saturday evening. Nov. 25.
Spring chicken lunch at Jack Mar
tin's sample room tomorrow night, j
tvervone is welcome.
Xo one can show as nice a line of
ovrrroats as we can. Come and see
for yourself. The London.
Bananas, oranges, tigs and rating
apples at Bunchcr's, and Concord
and Tokay grapes at Bunchcr's.
Three times as manv overcoats to
select from and prices from to $."
cheaper than anybody. The Loudon.
Mrs. C. St h mid and daughter Miss
Km ma have returned from an exceed
ingly pleasant 3-wceks visit in Xew
1 ork Citv.
This is the last evening of the
week of the services at the Central
Presbyterian church. Kev. John H.
Kerr will preach.
As long as thev last, ladies all-
wool vcrcaitcrs onlv 45c. Ladies
.1.25 and $3 shoes at 2.bO is the
feature of this sale. The Boston.
On Dec 12, the ladies of the Broad.
way Presbyterian church, will have
a social, supper and sale of fancy
good, in the parlors of the church.
Sensation shoe sale one week, com
mencing Saturday, Nov. 25. ending
Saturday. lec. 2. Notice adv. -else
where. Snaps in shoes. The Boston.
We all have the nicest and grand
est stock, but no house can show vou
he line we can. and prices so low.
You will want to buv. The London.
Shoe sale. Tbe stiecial feature of
this one week shoe sale is the choice
of all ladies f.1.25 and (3 shoes in the
house at 2..V all M '. The Bos-ten.
lKn't neglect thr misses' dougoia
patent tip shoes quoted at 1.25.
worth 1.75. or t'.e child' shoes.
spring heel. 6 to . at 5c. thi week
at thr Boston.
simou A; Mosenfeldrr arc dailv ex
pecting an invoii-e of (iailowav ur
overcoat. lull shoul'l see them
when they arrive, a the (tallow ay
fur coat have a great reputation.
Cash lioes wonders theso dars. Si
mon k Mo-rnfeldcr's buyer has just
ritnrned from another purchasing
trip, and load of overcoat, woolen
shirt and underwear were purrhn
rd wav lirlow their value.
-hr I'nulilu't Mrry 'Tliiw."
'I'he manager of thr oxTa houe
intorm he i negotiating with
the manager of She Couldnt Marry
Throe" lor one night. lie says
there i a very small chance of such
a company having a dale open. N'o
matter, let them know- we arc on
earth. We niav catch them on the
rrtnrn. Vou nnit remember 'twas
wind that made Chicago. Keep
t'lowing vour bom.
A l.ttlfn Mnn 1mif4til lifigtm.tl.
Some r.i--..ijy i.-ono-lift Ims Jiiii
ured the fi.iwus statue of Audrew J.
Libby in the fcikU; nd cemetery by break
ing: off the ioe. ilr. Libby is still in
tbe flesh indeed, is very much to and
there would i- anotber iiusjil breakage
if he could U y bold of tbe mischief doer.
Mr. Libby. a wealthy fiiniter, well
known to tlie :ale fair g ier. earrind
out an ecrcn:rir idea in having this
duplicate of himself cm-tnl in the fami
ly lot several years Jit an expense
of f2..Vt0 and ba ni ways been as much
attacln-d to it as if it were a sort of tw in
brother. Lewiston Journal.
Iluw Urn view.
Mrs. Mulcabcy Slinre, dix-titer, and
is itthrue that little Jimmy O'Toole bit
yoOre termomty in two aud ewallowed
Doctor Yes, my dear ioadaui, it in,
and the boy is dead.
Mrs. Mulcahey Khnre,docther,andit
were cold day for Jimmy, poor bye,
whin the mercury weut down.
Doctor Yes, madam, he died by de
grees. Hot Springs Medical Journal.
Al' t. r a B ri j Cor;.
La Fontaine, in om tf his fables, U-lls of a bara
fri f.nrl tbat acralcbad up a (rm, while sctstck
ing (or Cora. Not kauwiog it valac, he gare It
In a stoM-cui'er for a hurley corn. Thoa do
ataay perMnw throw away the priceless peart of
health. A ttifliag-' conch Is argloctcd, Uwa
coaie eyasanp km, then death. 8Ujr the cough,
or took oat for a c tfia. Or. Pierce's GoMea
Medical Discovery will care eaUrrfe la the bead,
ttruachUl or throat aYctkXM. or faua-ecrofala
(comojoaly known aa CooaanipUoa of tbe laaay).
tf tahoa la ttoe, aad gita a fair trial. It wlU
cwre,artbeaMwey paid for it will be refuaded.
It la the only gasnuteed care.
The Western Trail la published
quarter! t br the Chicago, Kock Isl
and 4k Pacific railway. It tells how
to get a farm in the west, and it wiil
be sent to you gratia for one year.
Send name and address to Editor
Western Trail. Chicago," and receive
It on year.
Joitx Sebastian, G. p. A.
tut TOU IS SEED
Want a cook
Waa a partner
Want a snaattoa
aat to tent enoaw
Waal servant girl
Waat to aell a tarai
Want to Mil a hoove
Want to aehanre anvthina
W'ant la eU hooaehoM frontlr
Waal to BMheany real estate loan
Wai.t to aell or trade for anytbtux
Want to and cuatomcis fur anything
rSB THESE OOLCMNs.
!Htt DATLV AKGl'8 nKLIVKBKU AT YOU
wi w ctcbibi hit miii; per wki.
P SALE- t Wit HOD mtt'td STOVES A1n
a haid coal -lo e. nearly i tw Apply at ih'
CR SALK ri.ATcORTd S4-AI.Es. HAIR
f Pkar aad Mprit's; "gco for sale (heap, 3a
CITCATloN WANTED YOCXK WflltX
w waais place t an nnnsewor. chxmrtr.rork
or searing. Addre "J.-thmcfu.-r.
ItTATSTKD BOARO M3 MAX AM) WIFE
" In private fam'lr. or lo smi furnivhed
i-ir iirbi aoaraevpin. fall on, or address "C.
It ." A rs office.
LIFTY SHARK li w K I-LAN1) NATIONAL
ban Mock tor sale. For lufoma l.m rail
nnor. or write. W. F. KicLaid a Co., 71 L'ear
born MM, Cta ttgo.
WANTI D A StTtJAT.ON BY CUUK WHO Is
capable; will ax no wahi-i; or awei pinc.
ndwi,he a small taajily. T.rm an-r w.ok.
For teaiiaioaials refer to Mrs. 4. W ilwa Erory,
"dilan.111. A. drcM Lyda Aader;oo. Smedona, III.
Valuable Real Estate.
To all Persons interested:
On Saturday the 16th day of Decem
ber next at the hour of 2:30 p. m. at
that certain dwelling house on Mo
line avenue, known as the Itrook's
Homestead, the undersigned will of
fer for sale at public auction, the
whole of that tract of land at the
cast end of the city of Koek Island
The Columbian Lands,
Ccla.liiac about S! acre, more or ler. uh)ct
lo all But aid taxes and a;se--mcnt.
Tz as or Slc: a-h. on e-? ar.y person may
drstre 1 1 make an rffer of purchase on other terms
of barmen. whk :h j rna-t maka knows at the
time of their ofl.r.
The nodersicn- d rt-.rre the r tht lo rej-t-tany
arwl all bid.
Thrernual lnratinc ot tb- premise and tbeir
continuity to a' I a'nac i;f trMifptrtaiion to
and from ti e city of Kock I!-Tr1. makos ibrm
very oeirahlr for rert.li'nre awl buinttH, j-nr.-o-e,
commoniif the beet prwice for whkh nirh
property ir- ttia in tte markc;.
R.ick l-'ard. 1:1., Ny. 1. ism.
ff. U. VKLIE.
RSXSSTTTT OO V VI- KRoSKS. i r
-J2 I OO VV r?S
a UU V SEE'
Riverside taks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cookinj; Stoves,
tiarland Hard Coal Stoves.
The bvt aorUn;nt of stove in the city.
IS 1I7 leeBd Av-
tPPP II a w luiii Ktt
J PII AA Kit SO OS 8
P Ftl A A RNHO OS
PPrP II A A It ft II O O S.N88
P tl AAA UMNO O S
t II A A IV X SI O OS St
AN N.N OOO SNSS
New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Wahls Medicated Soap
THE OM.V SKIN I'l KE AM
uCffT.tr from aUaetitu p-rcnlar totbesr p x ran
the n liali'e uterine convetiveanl toilc w!U pcr
manenily reli -ee the worvt case. Uowk :ivii-e
fnll particnlar mailed frve. Addre: Kcwtn -J3
Wbilakcr Block. lavenurt.
Inetratcente sold on easy
time payment?. Violins
and accordeon? at half
- Second Av.
TDIKISD BATH flOOUS
Iath if all kinds, including
Turkish, jilain, slianijioo. elec
tric, eleetro-tbernial. etc., may
be nlitained at tlie Sanitariuiii
Hath Rooms, on t ho tirt floor of
the Harper Hons'.
Fur Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 ni. on week flays. For (ien
tlemen From t a. m. to 7:3) a.
- m., and from i j. m. to 9 p. m.
n week days. On Sundays the
rooms will In- nwn from (j a. m.
to 11 .t. ni. for (ientlcmen only.
Klectric and Klectro-tbermal
i'aths may be obtained at any
time during business iiours.
tiymnasium connected with bath
Beginning Monday Morning,
15 pieces double width twill. 5c 15c
10 ' irridiscent mix... lie Ific
10 wotd twills loe 25c
10 all wool flannels. .19c 25c
10 wool plaids 29c 50c
10 wool plaids 39c 5c
5 wool mix. 54inch . .49c 8e
And scores of other bargains
in this department
2000 yds cotton flannel 4,c
150i) " -' shaker flannel . . 5Je
1 cascjjood prints.: 34!c
We Said 'Twould 1 r
ir.. I . .
Well, any price y,,,II(,
Cloaks-Trice n i,j,.,..
o.Min.t to , ,.v,,n
We will save y..m ,,i..iy j,
are making tri-ii,..r,.j,.nM,
to redii. e -to, k.
1709 and 1709J Second
The Columbia : ;
Money Saved, Money Earned,
Great Saving by Buying at the Columbia.
Men s heavy natural shirts..
J wool shirts. . .
Boys" Scotch shirts and draw
ers Boys' Scotch shirts tine soft
The above can only lie had
this week at these" prices.
Ladies wool mitts
Childrciis wool mitt-
Men's leather faced mitt-..
Men's yarn mitts
Men's wool i hoc '
Ladies" knit skirts '
Chambers Encyclopedia, jj
Children's red chairs
Hat and coat ra' k-. .
The Columbia Department Store.
Crockery, glassware, hardware, tinware, hosiery, la.vs. "li.vf-.
mittens, jrents" furnishihjr and plush rood. lricesVuarant"--l 'h-lowest.
P i. YOUNG, Proprietor. 1728 Second Av.
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at Xo.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied bv
II. D. Folsom.
J. F, Ecrmsnra-t).
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Ro.-k Mm ! N i:. l'-aV
Are showing decidedly the best, largest, finest, most perfect
fitting line of Tailor-made
The Cheapest. VERCOAT
They are the finest in the City. When you see a neat
trim-looking Overcoat you can wager it comes from us.
That's the kind and only ones we carry. No old styles
everything new. CORRECT PRICES. In fact, the lowest
on record. Inspection invited.
Shoo 8 tore 1804 8econd avenB;
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
dothiii 8tore 179 Scod Atmum, 111M22 Eighteenth St.