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THE ATmTTR. PATTTRQ y OCTOBER 9. 1897.
IOoatiooH Mr and cold weather f
tonlfbt and Sunday. 1
Tudat's temperature, 05 1
u. js nun, udmrcc. m
ir 1- - -rnu in n iui.mmjf
Bay home of Raid Bro.
Bay golf goods from Bynes.
Beidy Bros, for Bro insurance.
Peaches and grapes at Horton's.
Lee's Little Otsm It the best broom.
Droned spring chickens at Hor-ton's-
Balk oysters and celery at Hor
ton's. O. A. Barnhart, of Chicago, I in
F. E. Crompton, of Jjulin, was ia
the otty today.
Jewel stores are seldom equalled
and never excelled.
Sherif F. C. Ilemenway went to
Chicago last night.
Bead Allen, Meyers & Co's. ad. It
may save yoa some money.
James and Will Dnnn are taking
in the Nashville exposition.
Union Dancing clnb, Moline, holds
a danoe at Pitts' hall Saturday night.
Reidy Bros', bare a 200-acre farm
for tale near the campgroand for $30
No dissatisfied cooks packing np
their trunk to leave where a Jewel
range is need.
, Jewel stoves at prioes to suit
everybody's pocketbook at Atlen,
If eyers & Co's.
Don't take any o hances, bat bay
the old reliable Jewel stove at Allen,
Meyers A Co's.
Nine-room modern house on Twenty-second
street, splendid location,
13.600. Beidy Bros.
Free oyster lunch every Saturday
at tienrys piaoe, rourta avenue and
Fresh Allegrettis received this
morning at the White Palace of
Sweets, 1708 Second avenue.
Go and see Mrs. La Franz before
having your fall milinery. She has
foil line at the lowest prices.
Ton can find the finest hard coal
base burner (Jewel) in Rock Island
for 23 at Allen, Meyers & Co's.
'Phone vour orders for frozen
creams and ices to the White Palace
of Sweets. Telephone No. IS49.
Some one will got a good thing in
a 7-room noose on nineteenth street.
Call at Keidy Bros', for particulars.
The ladies of the First Methodist
church are arranging to hold a linen
sale daring the first week In Decern,
Beidy Bros, have a large lint of de.
sirable residence property, which
they will be pleased to show pros,
Allen, Mvyers A Co. save yoa from
$2 to $5 on any stove yoa may need.
Try them. Business is business,
and figures never lie.
B. F. McCabe purchased the Froo-
stedt cottage on Twenty-fourth
street through Beidy Bros', agenoy.
Money to loan on real estate se
curity, terms reasonable, and no de-
.ay. Apply to George F. Both at
Jaekson A Hurst's office.
Ber. A. C. Mennicke, of Hlokor
Grove, 111., will conduct the English
services at the German Lutheran
ehnrch tomorrow evening.
There are palaces and paUoes, and
palaces or sweets. Hat the palaoe
of all palaces is the White Palaoe of
weets, 17U6 second avenue.
The ladies of the Central Presby
terian ehnrch yesterday afternoon
determined to oundnct a Datch Mar
ket in the church parlors Oct. 29.
If your frozen creams and ices
eome from the White Palace of
Sweets yoa and your guesta will not
be disappointed. Telephone No. 1S49.
The Y. W. C. T. U. will hold its
regular meeting with Miss Ulle
meter, 906 Eleventh street, Monday
evening, Oct. 11. All young ladles
have a special invitation to attend.
Mrs. Christian Kants. of Blue
Grass, across the river, was severely
burned by an explosion of bonzine in
her husband's store there. Mr.
Kauts was likewise painfully burned.
Pat the finishing touch to yoar
Sunday dinner with a brlek ol the
superior frozen croam delivered bv
the White Palace of Sweets, 1706
Seoond avenue. Telephone Ne. 1949
Have yoa seen the 0 Jewel steel
ranv.es at Allen. Meyers A Co's at
$J6P They can't supply the demand
as was evidenced last week, but hope
from now on to nil all orders
A game of base ball will be played
Hlgbwst Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Fore Ores Crsea et Tartar tVsritr.
at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon at the
Davenport fair ground between the
Gilchrist and Davenport teams. Mo
Dongall. Cedar Bapida' crack pitch
er, will twirl for Davenport.
On account of St. Louis exposition
at St. Louis. C B. Q. will aell
round trip tickets at one and one
third fare on Sept. 30. On. 6. 7. 12,
14, 19 and 21. limited good for re
tain five dajs from date of sale.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Grove, of Port
Byron, have left for their new home
in Arkansas. Their goods included
a good span of horses, which Mr.
Grove purchased to take with him.
Their home tnia winter will be in
The Rock Island and Davenport
High school football teams p ay this
afternoon. The game will be played
at the Davenport fair ground, and
wui be preceded by a match between
the junior elevens of the Davenport
and Rook Island High schools.
Mrs. Georee E. Merryman. of Port
Byron, left Thursday morning for
Chicago, where she will remain until
December, when she will go to Seat
tle, and the first opportunity that
present itself will leave for Dawca
City to join her husband in the gold
The ladies in charge of the Indus
trial school cf the Bock Island In
dustrial Relief society this morning
distributed three barrels ol apples,
the gift of Byron Jordtn. of Rural,
among the children of the school.
who assembled on the High school
M. N. Statin, chief engineer of
Moscow, and one of the foremost en
gineers on the continent of Europe,
spent yesterday in Davenport, ac
companied by his daughter. Miss
Olga Simla, and Miss Yera Zsbor
oswky. The party went down the
river on the Young yesterday after
noon. Onr competitors say if yon buy
stoves not made in the city that it
takes so long to get repairs. We
can aupply repairs for Jewel stoves
at once, and never over 24 hours af
ter ordering. Talk is cheap, but
facts speaks for themselves. Open
every night until 8 o'clock. Allen,
Meyers ft Co.
A CIRCUS FOR CHARITY.
Vntqi Atlracttoa la Molina Today The
The Moline Charity circus is on
today. The street parade this morn
ing was as unique as the show prom
ises to be. A platoon of Moline's
handsomely uniformed police headed
it. Then came the Light Guard
band; after it was Mrs. Stuart
Harper in en emblazoned Roman
chariot, deftly handling the ribbons
of three prancing, finely groomed
steeas. following came a long line
of riohly decorated carriages and
traps containing the tri-oitv people
who are to take part In the perform
ance alter noon ana evening. Charles
T. Kindt, of the Burtis, was - the
great special attraction crier, and he
did it to perfection. At the grounds
in Atkinson park, a tent witn accom
modations for 1,600 has been pitched
and there are tents for side shows,
meals, refreshments, eto. Rock Isl
and is represented on the program
by Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Harper, T.
R. Harper, Romie O'Connor. Tim
Collins, Ojnar Schmidt. W. Kuehl,
B. lmhof, the Misses Dart and oth
A VraaftlM's Advtra.
I suffered terribly with impure
Diooa ana was aiuictea witn soroio
lous humor. Mv druggist advised
me to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. I
took one bottle and it produced such
marvelous results that I took six
more and then I was entirely cured."
oam xonng, Main street,
are the best family
liver tonic. Gentle,
Oood S-r fifty 0nta
On one 15 hat cash purchase; SO
cents on one S3 to 5 hat, oaah pur
chase; 20 cents on one $2 to $3 hat,
oash purchase, if this notice is out
out and taken this or next week to
Ottesen's millinery establishment.
222 West Second street. Davenport.
Always np to ante, always low in
George John Wielant, proprietor
of the First avenue hotel, died at 12
o'clock today at his home, corner of
Twentieth street and First avenue
He had been suffering the past
month from stomach and heart
trouble, which caused hia death.
Mr. W ielant was a native of GUdorf.
Wnrttemberg, Germany, where he
was bora May 1, 1850. He bad been
resident ol Kock islaad for 20
years. A wife and seven children
A laapovtaait Addtttoa
to the list of the world's most valua
ble medicines is Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar
Honey. Harmlaaa in ita nutnra. vet
almost infallible in its action, it is
undoubtedly the most efficacious
means known today for curing
couens. corns ana Kinared d
Good druggists sell it at 25 cents
For itching Piles, irritation nf th
genitals, or itching in any part of
the body. Doan's Ointment is worth
Us weight In gold. No matter how
long standing the trouble, Doan's
Ointment will not fail to give instant
renew tot sale by Marshall
Jnst trr a 10 sent hm of HuMnti
the finest liver sad bowel regulator
A Desperate Woman.
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US that when anvone toe
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posite things to what they would So in
their sane minds. A mother whose mind
breaks down under extreme nervous ten
sion may turn upon the one obi rot in nil
the world most precious to her her baby, i
The terrible nervous tension under which !
many women live and suffer because of
some weakness or disease of their sex, I
keep them on the very verge of insanity. '
The constant drag and drain upon the com-!
plicated and delicate organism affects the (
wnoie nervous system and works upon the
brain with an almost irresistible madness.
Thousands of suffering woman liav. K.n
literally saved from the insane asylum by
inc nmciyiaaQtncroi ur. nerre's Favorite
Prescription. It is the one perfect and pos
itive specific for every derangement of wo
man's special organism. It is a scientific
and permanent eure for those severe,
chronic, complicated cases which doctors
usually consider hopeless. It is the onlv
medicine of its kind devised by an educated
and skilled physician.
Mrs. Sarah . Rains, of Dayton, Cass Co., Mo.,
In a letter to Dr. Pieree. writes: ' It was in the
wintrr of 1S90 that mv sufferings commenced. It
was close to my time of confinement. I took the
grip, and that with the labor pains all went to
my head. I suffered dreauftillv. and when 1 gave
birth to my little boy I kept getting worse. I
doctored but nothing did me any good. I had
nervous spasms and was delirious Oh. no tongue
can express my sufferings. I was advised by a
la.ly to try your aiedidne and I did. I got one
bottle of the Favorite Prescription ' and one of
the 'Golden Medical Discovery.' I had taken
twothirds of the medicine when it commenced
its work. I began to fed better, and still con
tinued galling better. In a short time I felt lik'
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am now fortv-one vears of age. Thi is true, and
it was your medicine that saved my life."
Dr. Pierce's 1000-page illustrated book.
The People' Medical Adviser" sent mwr.
bound, free for the cost of mailing onlv. 21
one-cent stamps; or. cloth-bound 31 stamps.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Euffalo, N. Y.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR
Then of course yoa want the beat
Coal for vnnr mnnev tnn nan ml!
Ton don't want to pay for dirt.
stones and slate. If yoa want the
very best coal yoa can get for the
price, just try onr high grade hard
and soft coal, and yoa will never
nse any otner.
E. G. FRAZER.
190S Second Ave. Telephone 1133.
Comes to those only who
are shrewd and economiz
ing. Make your money go
as far as possible. We have
the secret! Come to our
store and price our goods
and you will soon find by
savirg a few cents on each
article you buy that the
promised prosperity has
struck you. Below are a
" few of the many good things
we have to eat:
Oysteis snd Celery.
1620 Second Avenue.
New and Second-hand
All Kinds of
& A A A A A A A-A ,
A Good Mouth
Can appreciate the excellence and
superiority of KRELLA MATH'S
Fancy Cakes, Layer Cakes,
Lovely Tarts, Cream Pies,
Cream Puffs, Fruit Cakes,
Wine Cakes, Angel Food,
Sponge Cakes, Macaroons,
Golden Rod Cake,
HOME MADE BREAD
We make a specialty. Every loaf
has our label on. See that you (ret
it Your grocer has it, or ulll
gladly get it for you.
We furnish parties, reception's etc..
with wedding cakes, ice cream and
fruit lots In the most, recherche
style and at a reasonable price.
KRELL S MATH.
PALACE OF SWEETS.
Phoaa 11SS. . Ho. 1718-1711 Second Are.
Try one of our home made pies,
O 1729 Second Ave:,
St, Rock Island.
8 116-120 Eighteenth ktf VW
O U KOCK ISLAND. r':SWc':H Vrgi r!Vtfk Davemport.
Until this season. He would call especial attention this
week to his line of
MEN'S S3 1 S3. 50 GRADES
In all the different leathers and very latest styles. They compare
favorably with the so-called higher priced goods. If you want sat
OUR LINE OF SCHOOL SHOES IS UNSURPASSED.
Look At This, Too!
We are showing the best line of Fall Footwear ever shown and at prices that
are lower than ever. Look at a few of our prices, and on good, solid and
Gents1 Satin Calf Shoes, all solid.
uenta' satin Ualf Shoes, all solid
GenU1 Sterling Calf Shoes, all aolid
Our Boys', Misses and
we are offering jhem.
I could not sell them at
1501 Fourth Are.
Everything new sparkling with the brightest fashion thoughts of the new
season. The attention of parents is called to our superb stock of boys and
' children,s novelties, all the cute natty styles for little folks. Special bargains
in school wear-resisting suits. Men's Suits at $7.25 that are world-beaters.
You will find a decided saving by trading at the M. & K. Possibly more so
than ever. They were in the market long before the Dingley Bill became a '
law, and are in position to undersell if they ever were.
We show more styles and different leathers at
the above price and better shoes than any house
in the Tri-Cities. We guarantee every pair of these
shoes equal n style and wear to others' $5 lines.
Before has such shoes
for the money as at
P AM C
.. .. $1.60 j Ladies' Dongola, button or lace $1.60
.... 2.00 Ladies1 Dongola. hattoa or laoe 2.00
.... 2-50 j Ladies1 Dongola, button or lace 2.60
Children's Shoes cannot be bought elsewhere at the prices
We also have a man's good solid working shoe at $1.10.
less than $1.25 if I had the expense others have got.
US FOB GOOD SHOES AND LOW
AVE. SHOE STORE,
THE m. " K.
43 YEARS THE STANDARD.
17x9 Second Avenue. , .