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THE a KGU8. MONO AY. NOVEMBER 22, 1897.
Fair tonight trd Tuesday; colder The wvather It rnTHy elmdr, mkI ilahl mow b faUlrf at moral MitMMrl river and artat bUe at. thuM. eow kti flV ia tr natf 94 Boon it rc ether UkSMrl val- fc-y ati.a j Ta4ayi lerrBtr . 3 C CITY CHAT. 8m Adams' aJ. Bead Aeesae' si. Ceaael enel at UcKowa's. Hyaee selie loaded skelie. ley home of RaMy Broa. Moaey to bee. Reidy Droe. yaoe utile shot gate end tilt. ladieae block etel at ilf Howe's. TBaaiglviag specials at A4ame'. Lee's Little Gem U the best breosa. Comfort aad aapplaest la AJeme' hoes. Be thaakfsl aad bey yonr shoes of Adams. Loaded sheila al Koch's at 33 aal 40 Matt. Joaa Dtvta. at Chicago, la vieit lag la the eilj. Smoke Tri City Fljtr, made by Slek Ilaeemaa. lira. Ata J Sckwatka laft this noraing frr Dearer. Try La Salle reel or eokt for far ace. AtMtKowa'e. Tlrte for a baby big; at Wicker's, 110 E:ghtentt etreev. Hard wood prepared for itoraa or faraaeet at McKjwa'e. A Tfcenkivlsg with a omnia? to It. Re 1 M"Cab'a a 1. Caps that ara tua and of every ttaal Stewart's, the baiur. Tka lateraal reveaoe collection a for wf k were fI.0S7.S3. Stmt glAve) that ara strictly op to data at 3 wart's ta batter. Wfcee ia need of a liaear fall oo II. T. Siemoa. 1311 Third avenae. F.s-ltvor B. F. Knox aad Aid. Dan No f have returned from Chicago. Mr. TV. U. Tsvlir Mi today to visltewsakat (itlcsbarg aod Gil aoa. i: A aety lis nf rbanksgtv lot; etylee la kit and bo&atU at Mra. La Frana'. Se the beaotifal Ilea of novelties for CUriomas tin at Clcmaaa A Balsmaea'a. Bcrociribrr, therein tare yon from 40 to t) pr cent on cloaks at Tonng Baniber Bro. have a larsre snp ply cf fins Thaik;itlng tcikejs at iB"ir soer&tt. Tb Hlreraide bna burner la the tpeea if th psrlor. Examine them at iMfta ioa'. The baiter be!d at Turner ball for the bn0t if the Second Baptist eanrca antici si. Mr. L I'raaa la ihowinz toaa ewU tttle la nillteerr. Sea ber TkaaaKivIa(( diepla. TaeMjlInalligh ecbool foot ball team deftst! the IHtanport Hija aoaooi eieyen to u Aataraa. Freb drd. dry picked tarkeja ana caichene p ""t rre a a til TainktylTieg at MeCaba Broa'. Br;in r)iat at 2 o'clock, at I and 4 o'clock erery aft'taooa, all week al Ui-leM Itroe'. Sea ad. llrr Snoi ben tie en foraemeat rf ike 5acday ealocn cloe- ing cM.aaaa ia il jlita yeturaa, TaiUee iiiajr tnrkeja. wkole- aala cr reteil. eat Qad a Ure cap. ply to eeleot (ra at Baaeber Broa'. taarkeu Itoneet aai-rweirat honaet prlrca We kre t klat that will eait yoa aewell aeyoar pketb-jok. Stewart, tna aatur. Th Urift and Caett liae rf Cbrlatmae aoveitiee er abowa ia tkie part of the covatrr at Cleaaaa A Saitmaaa'e. Hate yoa arraatred for a tarkey or ablrkoa for Tkaak;iTa(f Ibrj won't erl yoa a real at UcCebe rrn . pea ad. Ton will aanr Toar Tbaakrilng dinner If yoa euok tka taikey ia a Ktver i ran t ail aad ailect ana at Peti t IVa'e. A rap,r will b-giTen bytbacbolr or t. j.Ha' rbarrk at Tamer bai thii eeief frrra to 9 4 o'clock Sapper 23 rente. W ill OreJ wae bera from Keoknk yeiterde? . lie U ra kie way to Chi ttgo tJ tnd the marriage of bie bother. J. K. (irady. J. K. Scott, rne i f Mairatina' plrneer. and fthr rf decree K. and AmarJed tUghist HonorWorU'i Fair, Cold Medal. Mid inter Ftlr. dut CREA.ni A Hi Oraat Creaa el Tartar rVwAtr. YEARS THE STANDARD. W. W Scott, ct tbia city, died Kctr. 12. lie wbj 73 scare and 5 montba old. Blreralda atael ranges pot tea a all the leteet ImproTemaata, atrioUy hljb prade and none better. Sea them at Darid Don'a. Tarkeya and oblckane free at llo. Caba Broa.' Monday. Toeedar and Wednesday. Carry tbem home joar aalf. None delirered. Money to loaa on ml aetata le- earily, terme reaeonabla. and ao de lay. Apply to Oavra F. Bath at Jackaca A Harst'a offlca. Djb'i forjet tha salt of plum tnd- diase, pice, cakea. tU.. at II. O. roliom e lewelry alore Wednesday. Sot. 24. salt to begin at 9 o'clock. Tba fcatara of tomorrow after noo&'e recital of tha Bock Islaud Amatanr Uasical club will be lustra maul aelectioas by Prof. Lille bridge. PMHp O. Lundqulit, of tbia city. ad Uiea Aoieila Carlton, of Chleao. wtra married Saturday afternoon at tba court bouse by Judge Lncian Adams. Toa csa't Cad out all about It in tba papera. Go and get a Thanka- gmnt; chicken or tarkey ireo, alon- eyiaeidayor neaneaJar ol tbia week, at UcCabe Broa'. Genrra. 14 year-old aoa cf Joaesb B. Winter. 712 Fifteenth atreet. frac tured bla left collar bate whlhs foot ball playing Saturday. Dr. C. Bera. bardi adjusted tba fracture. There was a warm foot ball rame Saturday afternoon at tba hophelds Detweea the Terrlblea and Seven- tiiettb street boys. The Terriblot woa. Tha score was 16 to 4. Retr. J. W. Washington left th:B afternoon for Canton, Mo., on the al mission of attending tha funeral if bie stepfather. Randall Foater. who died there this morning at tha ace oi o j years. F.yerts Commandery No. 18. Knights Templar, is working the d Cros decrrea on a class at the Maooln Temp e this afternoon. Tbe erent will be followed by a social oc casion this ereninj. 230 cbickena and 100 tnrkeye will bo eireo each day Monday, Taesday r.n w eucesdar I this week, at Uo- Caha Bros. Only one to a customer. First come, Erst served. Carry them home yrnrselt. Nooo delivered. Thi llttlo son of Georce Park, of Eleventh street and Seventh avenae, bilo playing Sunday niominr fell frora the bed, fracturioi; both hones of tha loft forearm. Dr. Bradford was called to reduce the fracture. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Andrews, cf S..uth Rock Island, pave a birthday psrty in honor of their daughter. lay. Saturday. A number of ber schoolmates attended. The little hostes received many nice present. The police have received their new Inter caps tbronsh Sj mmera & La Veil. They are of metropolitan lyle and eioeedinely becoming. The pa'rolmen will don their belts in a few days, and then Rock Island will pat on as fine a front in the po- lire line as any of them. Do not forget that the very best pics, cakes and plum puddings for Thanksgiving may be buupht at the sale to be given by the ladiea of Trinity church over the art rooms of tbe Adams Wall Paper comcanv ... . . . . - oeanea.iay iroro 10 o clock to 6, Tea ar.d coffee will be served. Fab customer at McCabe Bros. todsy, Tuesday or Wednesday, buy in-; punas tor ensn at one time amjunttng ta 5 or more, will be preeented with a nice dry picked Tbaaksiving chicken. When tbe amonnt Is, fit) or over a aelect Thanksgiving tnrkey will bo given Mra. Anna McDermott, throacb her attorneys, Gannon A MaGuirk, of Uavenport, baa flied ia tha circuit ecort bera tba plea ia ber case for 7& 000 damages for breach of prom' iso against Aiattmaa tcnneii. J be allegations made by the plaintiff are substantially the same aa pnbltsned at the time of tha beginning of the suit. A very attractive program la be log circulaud announcing tha first aneual entertainment and ball to bo given by the Kock Island Maenner- choir Wednesday evening, at Turner ball. Tbe program of entertain ment promises eight numbers in eluding a comedy ia three acta, en' titled -'The Punished Shoemaker," followed by twenty can re numbers. and a supper at uidn!ght. Saul Spencer, of Black Hawk township, pleaded guilty to a charge of trcspaa in Justice Hawes' court Saturday and was fined (3 and costs. spencer was arrested on complaint of Herman llaTer. of Andalusia. writ of replevin was then issued by jastire S-auord in favor of Mr, Holer, wbo el!eg-d Snoncer bad akea 80 buthela of applea from an orchard be bad rented. The-writ was placed ia the bands of Constable L. V. Fckbart, who secured the apples aod turned them over to Hofer. It'admastrr A. Da Solaod baa K'tce ci men at work today rtmov ing me lijruojton stut track on First avenue extending from Six, iteata to Last seventeenth. In ao cordacco with the order of the atree and alley committee of tbe city eouncu. me ue ns footing com pany's switch ha. been coenected up wib the main track. The street anl alley committee holds a meeting at 9 o clock tonigbt at tbe mayor i r;u?e to iartner coceiorr tbo qoes- iioa oi traces on aecona areane east of Twentieth street. THANKSGIVING THIS WEEK. Supply your wants at ECKHART'S Roasting pans 12x14...',. 15c Boasting pant 10x12.. 7! 10c Pie Una. 7 inch Se Extra deep pio tins 4c Perforated pie tina 4o and fic Extra deep cake pans.. 4c Loose bottom pie plates Ss S qnart tube cake, looe bottom.. 19o Raisin seeder, every housekeeper should hare one, only 49c Mixiogspooss. the best... 10c Chopping bowls. 11-inch 6c Chopping bowls, 13-inch 7c Chopping bowls, 17-inch 15c Doable bladed chop knife 5c Japaaeto napkins, per hundred. ..20c We rent dishes, glasses, knives and forka and epoons, card tables and chairs. ECKHART'S 319321 Twentieths. TELEPHONE 1352. In Every s Catrerett atimaiet uver, eed bowels Never sicken, or plfi 10 coat. kidneys weaken We do our bert to rlea-e onr with the utmost care and our j gncd are found reliable. Ton M can constantly find new thing In the n.arttt at cur store. VEGETABLES. Spinsge. Ilead Lettuce, Oyster Plant, Eg? Plant, Wax Beans, Jiidishts, Sonp Bunches, Curnrobrrs. ButAbaga, Bubbord Squash. FRUITS. slalaa Grapes, Catawba Grapes, t loKsy orapes. l'aciej. f Or inset. rears, Grape K.lt Dressed Turkeys, ChUk ens and Ducks. HESSBR0S.1 1620 Second Avenue. Phone 1031. 6AV a J A Riverside Base Burner THE GLORIOUS BIRD Not the Ragle, but the Turkey Isn't worth much for your Thanksgiving dinner unless It's well cooked; and, so matter how excellent your chef or domestic, unless the fire is good the results will be dire indeed. That's where we come in coal that will burn, make a hot fire and make life worth the living. . 6. FRAZER. 190S Second Ave. Telephone 1133. New and Second-hand SCHOOL BOOKS All Kinds ol SCHOOL SUPPLIES Lowest Prices. Taylor's 1719 Second Avenue THE QUKXK OF TEE FJ.KLOB. - The handsomest, the most powerful, the most durable, the most economical bard ooal Stove that has ever been pro enced. All the latest Improvements known are embodied In tUls Stove. Examine it at David Don 1615-1617 Second Ave. 1 Day. pa - ' i-"-t 1 v m -.'.Nj..".'.! Whfn welcoming the old folks or your friends to the feast surprise them wHh some of KRELL & MATHS' rich and delicious Ice Cream OR SilE BAKERY GOODS. We are colcc; to have an extra fine line of buliery eoods for Tlianks Riving dinner. We want your order for anything in the bakery line we guarantee to give you the finest In tbo land and at reasonable prices. Onr list of ICE C.KKAMS for Thanksgiving day will include: TH TON THIS WEEKwe call special attention to our LADIES WELTS at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 These shoes have merit, not contained in ordinary shoes also fitting qualities, better than the common run ' of shoes offered by other houses. We fit your foot and warrant every pair AA to EE widths. LEADERS IN SHOES. ES SAYS ON MILK Vanilla, Burnt Almond, New York, Pis taenia, Bisque, Nut, Peach, TutU Faitti, Strawberry, Chocolate, Maroon, Ban anna, (Inifer, tlieiry. You ean have a 1-quart brick with three kinds of ice cream or two kinds of Ice cream and one layer of fruit ice. It is easy to serve and your company will bo delighted. Order at once from Krell & Math's Phone use. FANCY BAKERS 17161718 Second Areaae 1 i99 Price $3.00 Are good perhaps, but Cream is better. We give you the cream of the whole shoo subject when we say that for workmanship, dressiness and low price our Thanksgiving specials are away on top. 8 different styles, cloth top or kid tops. Welt, Turn or McKay sewed. Every pair warranted best Dongola. You will not make a mistake if you get a pair of these shoes, and you will be then truly Thankful, as comfort and happiness will be yours. THE TjiBjAJDETR IIsT FOOT XTJTjXlSrJEirsr ugene J. Burns Kel Estate Tick ont your flavors from above. We deliver packed In ice so that it will keep frozen for hours. Insurance Bn?, Sf.ll aad Masp.fct property. Collect Rents, Tic, c'd fir.T atid tlcw tried tomvznys rep.ra sectsd. Rate- sa lev? &ny re'iakSc company can aKcrd. 7our Vt.ttcrLr.fi it Eollcltci. , CfSco Sticcad At. w Harper House Block:. Wall Paper Slaughter Sale o- AT THE 0 SCHMEIL & ANDERSON STORE, Twentieth Street and Fonrth Avenue. ADAMS WALL PAPER CO. SXEVERS & ANDERSON. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. AH Unfls of earpeatar workdoca OFFICK AND SHOP Qmtaral Johhtar dona on ibert aoHea rrfl tfVsfrrHim fTurantta 731 TWELFTH 8TBKBT. No matter what article.price jS I From $i to $5 saved on every or place we will do better.! 1 7 I a ll I suit or overcoat bought of us R TWO BIGGEST nrOT?.Tn L rriMMti 1 THE TWO BIG M. & K. STORES & I Raised Ned again selling: better goods at lower prices than ever or elsewhere 1 9 3 2 Si an Underwear. Undorwear that others advertise at 25c, M. & K. price ISc; 50c qnalities at 29c; 73c qualities at 45c; 1 qualities at 75s. Neckwear. Neckwear that others sell at 25c, M. & K. price 18c; 25c for 40o grades; 89c for the 50s kind. Boys' Hosiery. Ha, IJa, we jast go 'em all a notch better in this as in every other line caJl and uo into uii uvju uuaieijr. tii 1729 SECOND AVE., lie TO 123 tj EIGHTEENTH 8T., RCCK ISLAND cooccococcccc MEN'S HOSIERY. Men's Hosiery that others sell at 10c, M. & K. price 5c; 13c hosiery for 8c, 25c hose 15c or 2 pair for 25c. Men's Trousers. Men's Trousers that other dealers charge f 2 for, M. &. K. will give yoa a better pair at $1.50; 1.95 for the kind others charge f 2.50 for; and 12.48 for the 3 kind. Children's Suits. Children's Saits at fl.95. jnst as good, every bit, as others aak $3 for; 2.95 for saits that others aek f 4 for a big variety to select from. 1? 1 Shirt Waists and Blouses a Until yon can'i rest; decidedly the finest and largest variety in flannels, silks and fancy blouses in the oity the price mast be lower than yon can boy elsewhere. Suspenders. Suspenders that others charge 40c, M. & sell for 25c; 75c qnalities at 45c. Wi Show All the swell things in boys' reefers, men's overcoats and nobby men's saits, and ra member it doea not matter what article, price or place we will do better. Look around, get prices and then call at t Z "BUT W. SECOND 8T. KRAUSCB Q OLD STAND, DAVENPORT.