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0A1H Caturday and Nov. 4th eth. Klag-!laltr-9chweatser Brr Goods Company, Davenport. Iowa. eatrt facrifire Ever Made Dry Good in Daren port. on Below we give a number of the various bargains offered during this ate lasting for two days. Satur day and Monday, Nor. 4th and 6th: rw4 Hw. Oae lt Swiss embroidered hand lerraiefs 9 rent. One lot ladies' brmstich colored borders S rent. One lot ladies hentslich plain alt 3 real. One lot ate colored worm bor dera S cent. One lot awn's notnstlch colored border t real. Oar lot. 40 dozen, ladies' 5-hook flare kid gloves, ia black, tana, rows, alates, real aad modes (every palf warranted) an cents. 9ae lot. 25 do sea, 4-bultoa glaoe gloves, ia all the beat shades. 79cets Oae lot ladle' all wocl rib top f aaileaa nose. It reata. Oae lot ladies' all wool Derby rib aed'aeamless hose, S3 cents. On lot children's wool ribbed hose, .., 14 cents; . 7. 7, 17 cents: s, J. 19 rents. One lot men's Camel's bair colored wool socks. IS cent. Oae lot men's natural and indigo bine auto! socks. 19 cents. One lot turn's fine black cashmere Micks, 25 cent. One lot. good iuality. all silk rib bon. Xo. 5. 4 cents; No. 7. 4 cents; No. 9, renU; No. 1?, 10 rents: No. 16. 12 cents. One lot castile soap 1 cent a cake. One lot tar soap 3 cent a rakr. One lot tine nnblcat-hcd ransliu, SI rents. . One lot tine unbleached tnuslin. 4 rents. One 11 tine unlilrnt-lied muslin. & .Tilt. One lot heavy unbleached muslin, H rents. One lot bleached muslin. 4 cents. Otoe lot bleached muslin, very fine. 7J cents. One lot unbleached cotton flannel, 4 cent. Oae lot unbleached cotton flannel, tieavy, 7 rents. On lot bleached cotton flannel, SI cents. Oae lot bleached cotton) flannel, cavy. 9 cents. One lot white domet flannel. Sj tents. Oae lot best all wool shirting flan nels. 14 cent. One lot Tennis flannels, 3 cent. One lot flannel skirt pattern, all ool, 68 cents. One lot dress style calicoes. 4jc. One lot giant cloth. 6 cent. One lot dress atvle ginghams, 41c. One lot all woofdres flannels, 19c. On lot all wool dress flannels. 60 incbes wide, 42 cent. One lot broad cloth. 52-inchc wide. 19 shades to select from. 71 cent. One lot Novelty dress good. 2"J rent. One lot Novelty dre good. V9 cents. One lot Irridem-rn; shade. 57 tents. One lot fancy diagonal. 8"J cnts. One lot all wool Serge. 36 inches aide, large aor.mrnt of shades. 29 rent. One lot all wool ?rrje A tnebe wide. 42 rents. Navr bine all wool Hop Sacking. 4 incites w ide, 69 cents. One lot heavy mixtures. I cents. During this sate we will allow a 10 arr cent reduction on all our Notrltv dress patterns. One lot ladies' Fleeced riMwd vets aad rants. 19 cents. One lot Wool ribbed vest, white and natural, satin trout. 2 rent. One lot ladies white Merino vests tad pants. 83 cent. One lot ladies Natural wool vests and pants. 4" cent. Oae lot ladies Camel hair vest and pants, 62 rents. One lot ladies all wool natural rest and pants. 98 cents. One lot ladies Natural wool Com Mnation suit. 98 cents. One lot men's Camel's hair mixed shirts and drawer. 39 cents. One lot men natural wool shirt and drawers, 79 cents. One lot men's Camel hair shirts aad drawers. 79 cents. DESKS UOST KSFECT MADE A-aaaa Cnpt Oaasj of Ta 4P XUSS TiJa ITAOAKX. r fancy Mfb. ,u ate. I One lot ! cents. J One lot ica1 fancy ecarfs, SS atea's fancy scarfs, S9 Oae lot men's laundered shirts. 69 cent. Oae lot men's laundered shirts, 79 cent. One. lot men's nnlanndered shirts. S9 cents. One lot large red bordered towels. 9 cents. Oae lot ail linen colored borders aad knotted fringe, 9 cents. One lot all linen, colored Imrders and knotted fringe. 18 cents, One lot all linen colored borders 2S cents. One lot all linen Huck towels j plain, white aad colored borders, large size, 12 cents, i One lot all linen toweling, 4 cents. I One lot sateen corsets, ia white and drab, 48 cents. Oae lot fast black sateen corsets, extra good quality, 68 cent. One lot grey blaakets, f 1.53. One lot grey blanket, 91.79. One lot grey blankets, all wool, 2.12. One lot mottled grey blankets. I2.98.' Oae lot all wool scarlet blanket. 12.44. One lot white twilled blanket. 11.32. One lot all wool white Blanket. 2.44. - One lot horse blankets, 65 cents. One lot comforter. 52 cents. One lot comforters, 78 cents. Ope lot comforters. $1.45. One lot pillows, 35 cents. One lot pillows, 39 cents. Oae lot pillows, 46 cent. One lot pillows, 67 cent. The public of the tri-cities. and vicinitr, i invited to aUend this sale. and we guarantee each and every item advertised, a bargain. KLrO-HASLCK-SCHWKXTSESD. G. Co. Davenport, Iowa 217 and 217 West Second street. I'ITY0HAT. Hulk oysters at Bunchcr'. Crapes by the basket at Bunchvr's. Celery and cranberries at Bunch cr s. Pressed poultrv at H. Tremann ft Sons'. Tokav grapes and quinces at Bun- cher's. Overcoat worth 7, for f 1.44 the London. Dressed turkevs and chickens at Hess Bros. Mrs. Gen. Rodman, of Chicago, Is at the Harper. Buckwheat flour and maple syrup at Hess Bros'. Dressed turkevs and chickens at Buncher's grocery. Hon. E. W. Hnrst is confined to his house by illness. . Bulk and can u 9u-r and choice eelerr at lies Bros'. . S. W. Wood burn, of Tort Byron. was in the citr todav. Blind Paul will plav at Holdorf's lunch Saturday night. Those (1 shoes for U-y at M. & K. are guaranteed wearers. It's all vour gain don't mi it the SntoliiTe closing out sale. Grand lunch at HoMnrfs, 1316 Third avenue. Saturday night. I'aiicv dairv butterine 1 5c ier pound at 11. Tremann & Son. Roast turkey and chicken lunch at the Manhattan Saturday night. Roast turkey and chicken lunch at the Manhattan Saturday night. Fleece lined underwear for, 99 cent, worth tl.50 the London. Extra heavy underwear worth 5o cents, for 25 cents t be London. White rose creamery butterine 16c per pound at II. Tremann ft Sons'. Ladies, are vou looking for the lat est agony in footwear? If so, visit the3i.K. t Cranberries, cooking and rating apples, oranges, pears and grapes at lless Bros. , . , Clara Morris will apear at Har per's theatre in ber new- plav, Claire," Nor. 14. Decidedly the best, finest, largest, most perfect fitting overcoat in the city you'll find at the big M. ft K, Henry Bacon and Mrs. Aunie Welch, of Buffalo, Iowa, were mar ried by Justice Weld yesterday after noon. It Is atonihing how goods are be ing sacrificed at the Sutcliffe closing out sale. It is all your gain; don't miss it. Printers ink is cheap, but it takes money to buy clothing. Your money will go further at the London than elsewhere. If you want a nice overcoat visit the M. ft K. only nice, choice, well made and nobby styles is what they are showing. lless Bros, bare a few barrels of apples left from tbeir siiecial sale. which thcr will dispose of at a bar gain tbi evening. You know no one can show the line of overcoats and suits, that we can. no matter what they say. Come and see as the London. Dr. W. r. Meyers registered yes- terdar as a ohvsician and surgeon in Rock Island county, aad will here after practice In Coal Valley. ' It is probable that a number of important change will oocur ia the oca isiaM usne cant iaai goes iato effect 6ua4ay. chief of which will be the abandoning of tie Washington Oae lot train tarrimTkere at S.-10 going wast, aaa i;xa ems aoaaa. , The will of the lata Job a F. Be rens was admitted to probate yester day. The will leaves all the proper ty to tae wtaow ana taecaiiarea. - All of those aobby. neat, trim looking overcoats yon sea now come from the at. K. Ton know tbey are headquarter lor aobby styles. Bea . Hall has returned from Chi cago, aad hia hosts of friends are gladdened by the probability that he will again make Rock Island his home. The greatest line to select from 1,500 overcoat for $9.99. Look all over town, then come to ns, we will save yon $5 on an overcoat. The London. There is no give up at the Sutcliffe closing out sale aatu tae enure stock is disposed of. Lay ia a stock for spring; it is the best kind of an in vestment. The funeral of the late Joseph Blocklinger, Sr., will occur at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning, from St. Mary's church. Tae interment will be at Calvarv. ' Never ia the history of the city of Bock Island has wall paper been slaughtered at such low prices,1 said a purchaser yesterday, at the Sutcliffe closing out sale, " Don't believe all you read in the Kpers. Come and see if the London s not by far the finest stock of suits in all styles than any house in town, and at much lower prices. The annual fair aad festival of St. Joseph's Catholic church will beheld tn .turner hall this year, beginning Monday evening, Nov. 6, and ending Saturday evening, Nov. 11. Mrs. William Windom. widow of the late Secretary Windom, and her daflfbtcr. Miss Windom, were at the Harper last evening on their way trom St. I'aul to Washington, to spend the winter. The Rock Island Stove com pan v are fast reducing the stock of stoves in their warehouses. Their good trade take Riversides faster than they can make them, although they are running full Jorce, Why? The following saloon keepers took out licenses for the ensuing six months, yesterday: Doeming ft Kas tucr, Herman Kale, Imhoff Bros.. John Holdorf. John McMahon. Frank Vogel, H. Seeburger and Gilbert Mur ray. The regular monthlr meeting of the Y. W. C. T. U. will be held to morrow afternoon at 3:30 in the Y. M. C A. building. Every member is urged to be present, as business of importance comes up at this meet ing. Do you know w hat it means buvinir your overcoats at the M.ft K.? Well, it is simply this: A saving of $1 to $5, a larger stock of new styles to se lect irom, and the best trimmed coats the market produces. If that's aa object, inspect M. K s. line ana prices. t Ail members and friends of the Epworth league of the First Metho dist church, who disire to go to Mo- line this evening to visit the Mohne league, are asked to meet at the pas tor's study promptly at 6:45 and go in a body. All who can, should avail themselves of thi opportunity to visit the siter league. When Chief Sexton lin.i that his men need disciplining be does not conceal their shortcomings in order to protect his own management from the public eye. There will be found no drunken policemen on .some of the most important beats in the city under Chief Sexton's administration. neither will there be anything hid den irom the citizens who are taxed for the maintenance of the force. Positive economy, peculiar merit auu wonacnui meuicinai power ail are combined in Hood's Sarsaparilla. i i i - i irr it. uooascn 1 Are showing decidedly the besi, largest, finest, most perfect fitting line of Tailor-made The Cheapest. 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. N SnM dsn 1804 8cCaTdl nVaVM DAVID DOIT, miui is SCTo"' vl"l I fnu Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges Riverside Cooking Stoves. Garland Hard Coal Stoves. The hen asMraaeat of Stores ta the city . IC aw 1I7 - Ay. II S WW W MM n aa anno on n aa sijo o a Tl a a w v a o n na n aaa a a a o o a n a a a aa 00s a ii a am inn ouc New Scale Kimball, Hallet & Davis. And Emerson. 11 Instrument od on aay lime ptytnetit'. Violins and acoMs-oni at half pric. At DOWLDYS, . . - . . .,815 Scod4 At -Base Ball Headquarters. - THE AECADE. OiRar Store and Billiard Parlor. Atwty B l-ABtf tbf Inert brand of 4ofrestic 14 twpard eica. All brsadf A Mfcsra. Th mot r the ball caatc wl'l be ttcclwa daily. I. OLOCSIIOFF, Prop., lSMSceoad Acaae. Largest HI Organs ERC0ATS Great Redaction Sale Is on EvenlUins In every " Department Goes at a Discount. MCIN11RE BROS FECIAL SALE -AT 1 fin becond ave., commencing Monday, Oct. 50. 400 Gal. Stone Ware at 5c, worth .100 One-quarter Milk Crocks at 3o, worth ,,(. 100 Coal Hods at 17c worth 3,,,. Stove Boards 78c worth 100 Galvanized 12-quart Pails 19c, worth 35,. 100 Ga anized So. 1 Tubs 48c, worth 100 Galvanized So. 2 Tubs 58c, worth i.oj 100 Half-Bush. Jap. Measures 15c, worth 4. Cake Cutters 1c. worth" - 3, Tin Cups lc, worth 3,, 500 Cuspedores Galvanized 17c, worth 13.. aa"We have also placed on sale 500 Men's Heavy Ribbed Stirs and Drawers (three-fourths wool) for 69c. very cheap at tl.w. The Columbia Department Store, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hosiery, Gent's Fumishinp . Toys, Etc., Etc. F G. YQUNG, Proptr. 2low Open with a replete stock of Fall and Winter Suitings at So. 1707 Second avenue, in the store formerly occupied by II. D. Folsom. Imported and Domestic $u.tins J. r.RoitariKU. ' To Kcisr.vj ROSENFIELD BROS, PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gaa Fitters House Heatinc and Sanitary Plumbing. - - 253 Twentieth str. Shoe and Octtsaj Stores in Rock Island County. Ootling dot 7Zi Cacrd Ave- iai rftrrt1!! a a S! !ol 5 ii so I nrti v BBBB a JOS, New Goods Arriving. Cloaks Bra . vress t.oods Dlankets. We save Von Money, Come anil aiC 1 w ana 1 second aretn, IWA 3 a . -o THE- 9 The Latt-t Anl M': vvli-t The Gheapest.