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Boiled elder at BuncaerV . '
lUad lUsaaaaseaV aday offer.
Oysters tad celery at Eaea Bros'.
Toagues Bad soaads at Rcm Brae'
Today in the- lat rail for water
peat. . ...,
Tarkers aal 'tbiekeas at Heas
Fnwh 4ncl and eaU-kea at Kan
Lettuce, spiaacb. nvater plant and
' Fiae bulk olive, t:,
anart, at Heas Broe.
Ir. R. M. IVarcc sprat Thankspiv.
'"ft win am parents at Kcwaace.
' i.rape. rating apple. nrangra
raoice oanaaaa ant pear at Hon
Mr. and Mr. O. B. Wright, of Ku
rl. hare cone to the racinc coast to
prad the winter.
Rememhfr the dale and encourage
the ladle - hv coming to the vale
Wedaesday. IVc. 6. .
Be nre and Investigate therlip-
ping lineal ike sale not Wednesday
at i:r"9Jecned avenue,
Head lettnre. spinach, water ere.
jrter plant, parsley, rnrnmlwr and
rranarrie. at lie Bros .
Mr. John I-eary i tying seriously
UI with grip and pneumonia at her
. home on Trntr-ixth street.
Mr. Robert Tate, of WUlmar,
Minn., t visiting with her friend.
Mi Ayne Ejrao. fr a few day.
A big Mvioj t the aigaces ale
f fnrniture. earpct. stoves, ete..
Sii Brady street, Davenport. Iowa.
tlendenir.'a 'dancing cla meet
every Tneilav evening at p. m.
st the standard club room. All
lovers of dancing inrited.
Lfland T. Power" "Itavid CVppor
field and r'hillingi'-r orchestra at
. Harper theatre Monday. Reserved
eat tomorrow at Marshall Fish
er'. C&viee for 2.&". Ladie f:i and
;1.2& shoe a! I go at i'.ir tomorrow
lat day last chance. He ure
and ee them tomorrow. The Bos
ton. . Jil-t received another lot of thoe
.fic over-galUr for ladle. just the
I biajr for t hi a&atbcr. And renum
ber what i.tf&auys tin a e-k. The
Boton.- - M
fieorjre avaiVr thi morins pur-
. sample ronta
hereafter In tl
he i noted.
. Ladiea, rem
iber tomorrow i
tbe It iar v
u nave to buy any
fS or tS.25 hoe
in - the houe for
?.ir. fial,- rnds
Saturday. Dec. 2.
If jrou want loTfly dull, home-made,
candy, artiatic aeedlc work or
aameroo attractive Chrittna (rifts,
at lead the aale at Mr. J. M. Mont
goncry'. ISO Second avenue.
Ftaf. H. Blia.f New York, i in
the city arraBglnff for a aerie of lee
turea oa fruit canning, by a new eco
aoBjical and ttaHe avia method.
The eaaet date and place of the firt
lecture will be aanoaac-ed later.
Aa alarm of fire was tnraed in from
bV 15 thl moriiB. calliajr the de
partmrat to the bona of Joaeph De
Jean, J3 Third areaue. The de.
partment uiekly extioculnhrd the
flame, before more than lift damage"
bad beea done.
The t'pper Miiaippi Rapid
miou aoriatlta will meet in Kock
Inland for n 3-dar' eion. next
. Tnedav. The board iff director
convene Monday. The convention
wlH'tnret in Care'n hall
Tae itM lit flanem-; ciuu gave
the trt of U midwinter partie at
Mamnic Tcradc Davenport. Itt
evening. Almvt ity'oiup;e were
1crent. ana ai'iz o'rim-k a mot
delirhttal .collalion wa erfed.
idY orchestra famished the
' ta the ci oaty conrt VednciMlay
Jndre Adnttn bnird the argimenu
ft Kinr tfce otjction t the M -Tine
avin; ordiaattco.- W. K.
M-or aj-prinrt for the ljector,
Cll Attornek Oakleaf of Molinc. and
t'ity Attorr . JIa-. who ha leeD
. retained' lh" Moline efinnrll. fr
t Tnc Anttfyif wt pvrn to Uiaetin?
af-it Vnj m lilt-vemenl. bnt for
'the lBformativf.tbe alUc it de
' irr to jy' ujt tomorrow evening
it i jrpwf7l ,ti reiobnte the Crt
Me offtit new t'ov perfecting re
y ifrwinj an odittna of 1 0.000 eopie.
no of whi H will lie dnllvereo to
t every koue & the city with Ike
ompllmrut oi tae pgaiiaaer, ' o
" V Awardad Highest Ueaor .
ffAt tko World's Fair. '
fT w Pewdsi.
tT.al Vina m"mm B-rM
Ut i-Jk tV-y are awfJ U
la tLU r-Ui. iumM t'zx" r' Xla
na-er w..l a tb
la Ctwk f-aad. aa4"wi3 eoaalatof
la pagaa ef 7 eoteana each, v
At Tfi CTATtSTI.
Tae polios atatkm yeaterdajrwaa a
veritable hoapital. Aad tor tkla
reaaoa. aad alee tie fact that be dia-
played frroat seothiag propeaaltlee.
baa onr veaerable desk eerf-eaat,
George Crotaptoa. beea dubbed "Dr.
Croat ptoa." Tbe doeter" ka4
eral caec oa hi kaada reaterdar.
aad ia all of them be ahowed the
poeioa of faculties next to emi
neat ooctor. une laaaae case, oae
lit cae. oae f rosea feet case aad one
. II a .
niiiroaa arciaeni case, ia tae sum of
the bniaes commaadiai; hi attea
lion. The lirat case our doctor"'
had wa that of John Browne. Earlv
Thnnday morninf- Nij-ht Captain
aramer espira a man going up past
the police station on Third avenue
making more noise than a battalion
of soldier after a victory-
The captain gave chase and overtook
tne oistnrncr near tbe Commercial
houe, but there the iaa crave him
battle, aad good battle too. bat Louis
Oihweiler. who happened by at tbe
time, came to his aid and' the ob
streperous individual was taken to
tne station. Yetorday . moruinir.
after taking a. treatment from the
doctor, ho was released and be loft
for his home in Davenport imme
The next patient was a bum. who
applied for lodging on Wednesday
evening. lie was not overly loaded
with tbe neceary foot wear.' and in
conequence was suffering with frost
ed feet. He was unable to put on
hi shoes yesterday morning, but
with the assistance "of "Dr. Cicoriren
the man was enabled to trade shoes
and went hi way rejoicing this
Patient number three wa a man.
taken in ycstcrdav.by "Doc" t'romp
ton and Officer Ihimbaid. suffering
with fits. He was discharged this
morning as cured, and has shaken
Kock island snow from his feet.
Fourth, and last patient. Lafayette
May, t man bailing from Birming
ham, Alabama, who was injured in a
wreca ai nar Biun, on the V.. B. &
May was on his way from Gales-
burg to Aurora, and was riding in a
side door palace ear. when the train
broke in two and the front half stop
ping at the foot of the hill, the last
halt crashed 'into it. The car in
which May was riding was broken
into kindling wood, and he was in
jured about the hips and right arm.
ne is teeung better today, and will
be all right in a couple of days.
remaps tne most eccentric charac
ter which has been in the police
station in i long time was John
Donahue, run in by Officer Etsel
Thursday morning about 4 o'clock.
uonabne bait f 1"7 concealed in bis
stocking, the reults of labor in the
coal mine at f;!ehrlt. When ar
rested and searcbrd the money, of
course, was taken from him, and in
tbe morning when he realized that
he was arreted, he began tearchins
for his money, and When asked by
tbe officers what wa the matter he
would Say. Oh, nothing. I am just
pulling up my stocking." When he
wa given bis liberty and some good
advice, by Chief Sexton, also, his
money, he almost wept for joy.
ata rnw th
About a mean and contemptible a
piece ot work as was ever perpe-
expressman was iruilty of vesterdav.
A!) tbe school children of the city
on Wednesday donated i something
la the way oi provision to the poor.
and yesterday morning several dif
ferent expressmen were hired to de
liver the food, which was put in bask
ets, one i them, however, took it
upon himself to dispose of several
basket at 25 cents apiece.
Amber Johnson was arretted for
the crime this afternoon.
' AdverU-tMl Uat . 4B.
Li of lettm tic1W or a the po-totBcr at
Rark IUa. IIU Nov
Atm, "r Id Kav.Cnra
Kh. htistlu Ml
Kt-ar. Kd K
Mctitc, D (4)
M-rft., mi Ka.ic
Patnc-, C h
rrilawa, Mi-x Martha
Pit-rn. Min AaMia
Hofcrrt-.ni. Mr K k
Kork Ulaxl LiMrr Cn
calotwr. Mr Ed
Watrraua. Mr t
Wrqrat, Mr rga
Ami r-u. Mr Joha
Aa Mr-mi. Ml Pir4
HUa. Via Scltia
Bm-ra. O T
'Mtk Mra K-lli-OOa-a..l
randy. Mr. B
rir-wr-totc, Mr- K J
6t-mr1, V M
Jaualra. Wiriaa M
0auae. Bcarjr W ' Swan. Jacob
Ta It-ajra aioaajii Uaf-. tottera thoold b
Jaas W. Pwrraa. r-ataMstar.
Coral t-f Thaalu
The bereaved relatives of the late
W. W. Hastings desire to express
sincere tnanke to their maay friends
aad neighbors for their 'kind favors
sbowa during their recent bereave
ment, and especially local camps
oi aonern n ooamen oi America.
There has bren c uudderuble diacuaaioa
aa to who invented spaflt" e and who
bad tbe pleasure of f ' ? tbe first
pair. Tbe houor
to aa Italiktt
Who died ia 1317.
All coins aahited a
in addiUod' Ja aU.
latter C; those ad l:a Cm
D: those at XevC ' a the latbar O;
atcaraoav ;C: taoaaatBaa
) - Ji :
yzzafir r-i wsu, aUi lm
CJk aty kawi
a Oa aab) at aa aeaaaa ay aeaaible talks
f . j.... , JuBj,,-
oraan,NMklB wlariat ta by Vr. ray
awaCr. rirrea'. Wwaaat faUeta. Mm aery baat
UvwfiB evaraaaa Hfcf.aa t ara aad rff.c-
Tbtoalr atns.aM bMraxttMa. abasta-a-ft
oa Matt tortatacNaa nrauMtccd. ar laar
jM tou it yxxm
' TF Tor
Waat a Bartaav
Want a attaaUaa :
yaat a aciiaat airl
Want ta sail a ira
im aa aau
waat to aarbaayi aBjlbaaa
' Waat N HI binibilaf taad
Waat M awka aay realaaaata loaaa
Waat aril av trade Sar aaytaaw
waataa Bad eustoaarr Inr aaytaiaf
rsa TBBsB COU7M!T8.
w daily akois diuvuid at voua
UWT rwrf araaiac r I1HC per awek.
WATT TO GIRL WAITED rOK SEVERAL
. boaMwark at 14V. Poartb areasc.
All 1 KD -AN ERRAND BOY AT KA9M l
"ALK- TWO OOD DRtM ttTOVEa XI
ahaidoaalatotc, ararlyrcw Apflratihw
TJJaTD TWO Ok TRUE QJOD8.LB-
Mryera A Wheeler aoe. J.B. bntsoaaa.
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 bouse on Mo-
me avenue, known as the Brook's
Homestead, the undersigned will of
fer for sale at public auction, the
whole Of that tract of land at tbe
east end of the city of Rock Island
known as .
The Columbian Lands,
f aBULBtej; about IT acrrn, awre ar lea, subject
ta an anraid uaea aad
Ttaas op Slb: Carh. aa?e ay parsoo aiay
dettrr ta anke a caer of percbsse oa otber tenas
ef aajawEa. which tbry aiart maaa know at tbe
tuaeof tbeiraffer. ,
The aadershrmd rcarrac the rirbt to reiect asv
Tbe eaaual lnratMi of thea' vreateee and their
centarairy ta a!l artaaea ef traaaBnrtaiio n
aadlroathe ett of Kork 11. ad. nakta theaa
aery aartrabar Inr TtfMfiri and eatiat-r par
ae. eoaHaaadiac the brat priea for which aarb
property taenia la ue aiarhat.
Bock I'laad, III, Noy. W. im.
8. H. VEUK.
THE SLT SK.IX Ct'RE AM
eaCeriac fraai allatenu pecalar to their - c
aaaaaUy rellOTa tbe werat eaae. Book si viae
fall partienlare aaiiied liee. Addreaa: aoooi ah
Are showing decidedly, the best, largest, finest, most perfect
fitting line of Tailor-made
eie era 1SC4 Caooad mvws'
8TTTT OO y VKEBUW.
Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stove.
Tbe bnt asMraaeat of Stave ia the city .
MIS mmm laiy swaad Ay.
r it a ait a ooo
f n aa 5 go o
n i i iiiiiio o
11 AAA N
tl A AM
ai ar a n
aa o os
II A AN
New Sale KimbalJ,
Hallet & Davis.
And Emerson. .
iDBtraments sold ob mmj
time payments. VioHna
and accorfeons at half
.815 Secaod At.
Baths of all kinds, including -Turkish,
plain, shamfroo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
He obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooas.von the first floor of
the IJarper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. ta. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen
tlemenFrom 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days. On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a.m.
to 11 a. m. for tientlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal '
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours. '
Gymnasinm connected with batb '
the finest in the
.-v cav -viiijr wiica wc , tUTy, IN
Beginning Monday Morning,
100 silk bead rests for 2o cents each
new figures, new designs.. .
10 pieces silk velvet for
per yard worth oik-.
JO pieces 50-inrh broadcloth
per yard former price 1)1.50 per
yard. Also 15 lines of dress
goods at a 25 per cent reduction.
1709 and lTOSwondav
The Columbia : ;
Spot Cash Department Store THANKSGIVING
SPECIAL SALE OF CKOCHERY.
Stanford's Celebrated Semi
porcelain Decorated ware to be
sold at less than the price of
5 in decorated plates 56c.
6 in tea plates, 65c.
7 in breakfast plate. J5c.
8 in dinner plates. 5c.
Small turkey plates. I5c.
Large turkey plates. S8c -Decorated
soup tou roe n, f 1.25.
Fine assortment of lamps.
Hall lamp only, f 1 9.
Complete Une of Gloves' and Mittens.
Positively the lowest on underwear.
V '. .YOU3 Q, Proprietor.
' How Open
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second aveauc, ia the
store formerly occupied by
H. D. Folsom. .
W. KM Mi.
J. r. Rimsmna. t t0, Eo? rxniu
" - ; PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
Kouse Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island 'at. Bui
:ity. VV hen you see a neat
ckn wager it comes from us.
ihoeantl Clothin? Stores
I - -,. w;
botilo etora ITS? tesl
Our prices ar.
and it feels liko .. .. ?. ,k,:-
are showing lin.-.of cnM "
goods that will .lov,I?IKJ "
Elegant lino of hanik
IA,Tradc is ltrik.
We are selling ,-l1)a)i.
we are making ,ri,-,-,. Cl
kerchiefs, !c one to a cuT.t.mi(.r
6 in stove pipe, full Itni'tb.li
6 in stove elbow. Ko.
Japan lire shovels, or.
Stove lifters. 1. 3 an.l Vk-.
Nickel plated pokor. old h.
Roasting pans. havv shwt
14jt bread raisers XXX vn
Cheese plates, glass. 6c.
5 bottle cators, fiHr.
1728 Second Av.
And Moit StvM
O Old Styles,
fact, the lowest
" Vl:i,aaUIU VVUIll a
am, .va Elshtoenth St.
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