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mDAY TUli TXCH LXAND AKGUJNOVEUBER 26, 1920.
5r- j'S CI 1K.1AILS u Gntftea Festal U AOew ieept- f m riser BP a conflicting iT .mri to the ship- ani j "m foodstuff' to Germany. 7 Him P- Simpson TtoJlnf from the poBt, H-t-sat el Washington a 'SCTta th. Interest of pa- 'IZtaM ere ipecific to JAILEZIATZJ -EAT BIO IIHAL TnAmicaivino. Sheriff iota Miller bad a samp tnoai repast served to th Inmates cornxnors to 03WC3 nOLDSSS PCGZXVED TODAY ; Commissions of all county offl eiala elected to office- oa Nor. 2 ar- rfvAft tnAm Pi i ii U JM ... n ty-seven of them wore fed on roast pork, meshed potatoes. araTy.dreaa- UK. peaa, apple pie, pickles, apple Iftely. eiiffrared fona and carry the teal of tar state of UlinoU. Re- l" l WWl lj. . . .. . - . and cigars, it Bn m. at.I""" nnma caanaraiy oe ture from toe ordinary bill of fare 1 at the Jail, bat then Thanksgiving comet onlg onee a year and if a fel low la going to be behind the bars he is thankful that be Is Is on that day. - termed as event la the Uvea of aay of those at the court house because it baa happened before with all of them. WE PRESrME That by now you have made the acquaintance of DeKanui. that can dy so different Told that tome unscrupulous dealers are pawning off aome in ferior candy for Deltanut. Don t be deceived.-:- of oarcels containing Tli ,iflne what may or 2k.feMied, and the ruling i-ianH nostniaster L Ttocb Wand postmaster 2J,i response to his let 1 5-Tmt offlce to receive the 1 fwflKofore prohibited, such fi JLTmett lard, flour, sugar, j tESJweiwt allowed, it being rstUted i the concession made in the case, 5 'lliiatill parcels containing 1 i2tifi that are now allowed i ypfWs'r mwked to contain TISIT 0LI5rT8 W03DESFTL' JEWEL SHOP. ': It Is a pleasure to show you -the class of merchandise we sell. See H. R. Cox for diamonds and alarm clocks. Cos's Jewel Shop filled with gifts that last. Z. Ala 12 idiBd nostofflce is in a liii accept foodstuffs for JJL tkst hare not been allow ) J, wttb reasonable assur- ( seemnpanlea by' the cdddl '. j hU nprial case. (UW fLEDiiGH LEAGl'E. jfSff Not. 26. (By Uni.ed K-Wtond has pledged the i"' . ..... Un, tanora lg Of HSIIUUB luai. uuw... unki's campaign against ZHTwill be halted, according ifawr dispatches today. Po j w,, niunied full responslhil- tir tt "irregulars' authority to back it 1 jswflffl MOTHER! 'California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Lithuanians, proceeding the report in TOU VISITED iOX'S ilK ibowing everything that's ta gifts that last. Accept "California? Syrup of Figs only look for the name -California on the package, then you are sore your child is having the best and most harmless physic for the stom ach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity tests. Pull directions on each bottle. Tou must say "California.' 1810 Second Avenue Reek Island, nibjoto Cf T- A 1 10 Cents per Pound p UUilV $10.00 per 100 Poundi i Large Pet Milk lie Kash-Karry Coffee I"e Large Dundee Milk .... ,.14e Peaberry Coffee .. S8e Large Caroline Milk Yuban 43e Large Nutro Milk ,. lOe S. and B. ..S7e Small Dundee Milk . .."e , Manor House 48e Small Caroline Milk "r Batavia ....57e IIEDiZ BAKED . MLLLAB HARTS BAC0X BEANS , SQUARES 16c Each . 35c per lb. 1 gal. Pineapple ........ $1 S3 , Peoeta Soap, 3 for . . 25c I gaL Peaches We Fels-Naptha Soap, 3 for . 2ic 1 gal. Apricots M Large Ivcry Soap, 2 for .. .tat 1 gal. Apples , Small Ivory Soap. 3 f or . . .85e FILBERTS MIXED JiTTS ' 25c per lb. Per lb., 30c 24V lb. Ceresota Flour $1.49 12 lb. Ceresota Flour .80c Save 15 to by waiting on yourself. The quickest and beet way of Fu -chasing R. I. KASH-KARRY , 1810 Second Avenue i You'll Like Trading at Spencer'iiMBHBi Now You Can Afford a N ew He ate r or Rane Don't get the idea we are going. to have warm weather forever-V-we are sure to get our usual share of Cold " Winter Days and a good Universal Heater or Range will more than pay for itself. Prices are Not Coming Down- in fact we have had two advance Price Sheets during last two months but rather than carry over our stock until next Fall we are pricing all Heaters and several discontinued patterns of ranges at prices you cannot afford to pass up. Buy on payments if you wish. IDEAL UNIVERSAL Final Clearance Heaters Resolute Hot Blast, 16-inch. Now $21.50 Fancy Universal, 14 inch fire pot. Now 19.95 Fancy Universal, 16-inch fire pot. Now : 24.95 Fancy Universal, 18 inch fire pot. Now .1 28.65 Weal Universal, 16 inch fire pot... Now . 31.75 1 Weal Universal, 18 inch fire pot. Now ..!... 36.25 A&blast Universal, No. 418 36.45 . Airblast Universal, No. 318 ....'....... 26.35 Airblast Universal No. 421 - ..... 39.95 .Art Buckeye, No. 4 ' 2135 Star Buckeye, No. 4 19.95 'Star Buckeye No. 3 16.95 . Helpmate, 18 in. oven door Rug! Just take a tip from us if you need a new Rug. Mop around a little and include us in your travel--our prices for comparison if you wish. oven, nic. base, white $ 69.75 Patriot, 18 in. oven . . 81.25 Glory, 18 in. oven, polished top, white splasher, nic. trimmed , 89.25 Special with reservoir ...... 99.50 Pearl, all grey porcelain and nic. trimmed 139.75 Elegant, same range as Pearl except is blue 139.75 Combination Coal & Gas, a snap 122.50. . Combination Coal & Gas with white porce lain trim. A beauty '179.50 Pearl with reservoir, same trim as above.... 164.00 . If you need a Range don't delay buying, as some of these patterns we have only one of a kind. 1 l3 SINGS P 220-224 W. Third Street. Davenport, Iowa You'll Liko Tradins at Spencer's; TO ABOLISH X0XET. miss'oners to prepare a p'an with I Berlia. The eonnrti r. .u'. ! moa'A tot the abolishment 0C1 eemniimioners !n I.- A, wney. exchange to a Moscow r-; ttis 80B John D. RocXefeUer. Jr, aa- c ; Tnrt to th Porirlar thn mmmnn. . -.1.. D i . IT. - ooi uciv. .v...c "Hna nr.ance com-j tst ortan tere. HOCK J FELLER MEXOBlAW i'J 1ms prov.jej iaa.-.1" y- NOTICE! I. 0. 0. F.and Orientals All Odd Fellows are invited to attend a Stag Entertainment at Turner Hall, Moline, Saturday evening, Nov. 27. . Given by the Orientals.. Your bfficial receipt admits you. Signed, COMMITTEE IN CHARGE.' All Orientals are requested to be at Turner Hall, Moline, Not. the 2"th, at 7 p. m. sharp with Fei. . BY ORDER OP THE G. H. . THINK :m MP ; Whose Birthday 'or Annirersary ia tomorrow If you know HOY For Expectant ftf often pm m ooKLIt m orasmooo m um.mt , luimu MNUin C. etw. M. tii. t VlCxED Br Tssee CEcniTicss LI JOE TUCKIS . Flower Shop 1 IClt M At. TeL it. 0 We Ie the Best :kis iop VI lln I; Kest rarrrcC SImms fat Iba aae Waan. AtFonberg's Walk ; Over Boot Shop 13 nrtmtk Btnrt. Nalla t-' Dr. MiM' rant CmfoH fcrrlM tat . Mm mt4 aaM. Second and Brady Streets I J 4 Fo." Saturday, November 274h GDKI E KIT,' . In Our Ready-to-Wear Department Si CLOTH AND PLUSH COATS Fur Trimmed or Without Fur Silvertone, Velour, Peco Plush and Goldtone. Flare back and belted models all full lined. All sizes. Values up to 149.50. Choice , SILK and CLOTH DRESSES - Formerly 2750 to 37.50 The season's most approved styles for women and misses; materials include Tricotine, teen and Wool Jersty. Beaded iXi I and embroidered. Choice Suits Reduced to n Values up to 79.50 Fur-trinimed and Plain Tailored. Velour, Silver tone, Tricotine and Broad cloth all silk lined. Size3 from 14 to 44. SCHOOL GIRLS1 Coats, A Navy and Blue Chin- chUla, full lined, a 116.50 B tk CHILDREN'S FDR SETS all tbpapalar styles -j A LESS V3 Regu lar Price. I eO At Georgette Blouses 7.50 3. V'l '4 X