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TETR iUWTTtW 8ATTODAT'. OCTOBEIl 16. 1C07.
8ite For the Woodmen Home
te Be Cleared at
BTHLDEIQ8 EBDS GOOD PBI0E&
laa Being 1
U Today ay
H. Gayer Bkd I. J,
rudunn-tkneUrM ta ata I
atoly H.mnT.d ad Wtrfe of IranHM
The two frtme buildings on the tit
oa which the Modern Woodmen of
America proposes erection iu per
manent bead cfllce were sold at pob
Ho auction at 10 o'clock thia morn
II. C. Harris was the anctioneer
and a large n a ruber of people turned
at, lODm prospective purchaser,
nod others to witness the animated
sec no which ooally attends an affair
of this kind. There are two structures
one a two-story and the other a 1 J
storj on tbeisite. which is located at
the .southeast corner of Fifteenth
street and Third aronoe.
The smaller building was first dis
posed or, i. J. tioare, clerk for the
Book Island Peoria Railway com
pany being the successful bidder, se
ct! no? the bouse for 1626. The oth
r was bought by . II. Gayer for
wnne tt. taikovttcb purchased
the summer kitchen at the rear of
tho latter house fur $7.50.
Tho proceeds from the sale netted
1,111.60 a sam greater than the
Woodmen cCicors expected to derive
therefrom. The bidding was spirit
ed, and the prices offered Is another
evidence that the people of Kock Isl
and sre liberal when dealing with
. The building bought by Mr. Gayer
was erected by Marcus B. Osborne
about 60 years ago, while tbe other
was built in 1691. The Woodmen
paid 17,450 for the site and build
To be Cliarad at Once.
The site will be cleared at once.
and work on tbe excavation for the
Woodmen home Immediately begun.
so that all will be In readiness for
building operations after the con
tract is let at tbe November session
of the Woodmen diroctors
Buy golf goods from Hynes.
Keldy Bros, for fire insurance.
Lee's Little Qem Is the best broom,
Dish pans 10 oonts tonight at Bck
Stoves from 3.26 to $75 at Alio,
Myers A Co'.
Hon. William raj no, of Zuma, was
In town today.
W. S. Parks, of Taylor Ridge, was
in the city today.
Coursing at Davenport Mile Traok
' Jowel steel ranges $2G and up at
Alton, Alters a co s.
Have your pianos and. organs
luoea Dy c. u. Jtoernart.
Nashvillo club danoe at Turner
hall tonight. A ploetant evening for
Msj. and Mrs H. C. Connelly have
returned from their visit to Kansas
The actual amount cleared by the
Moline Charity Circus a week ago was
Fourteen quart dish pans 10 cents
tonight at hrkharti one to a ens
The Jones musical family will
give a concert at Harper's theatre
Jewel stoves and raoges are always
en top, seldom equalled but never
Is your piano out of tunsf It so
try b. C. Eberhart, as he guarantees
The Union Dancing club of Mo
line holds a danoe at Pipp's hall Sat
Charles Shuler, superintendent of
the Ullehritt mines, is now a resi
dent of Davenport.
Dorn, tbe tailor, for tho swellest
of the swell fall and winter saltings
and a perfection nt.
Billy LatnbtTt is In strict training
for Bis 26-roond go with Sentry. The
dafct is Uot. V3. Davenport.
One thousand cords of haul wood
Briar B.nS tor sale. Enquire of
U. r. uemenwsy, mouse.
J. B. Oakleaf, of Moline, gave an
Interesting address on "Commercial
Law" at Augustana college Thursdsv
The Economy store is closing oat
Hlfbeat Honors World's Fair.
Geld Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A 9wn fitse Cttaa et Tattar IVHtr.
Ita clothing stook without regard to
oost oi goods, com early.
A. J. Taylor left last night for 8t
Louis to return home with hisjrife.
Who has been visiting la that city.
Don't wait till the eold wave strikes
you, but come down tonight and or
der your store of Allen, Myer A (Co.
People desiring E. C. Eberhart to
do their piano tuning, rerulatfn&r or
repairing, kindly leaves orders at
When you are down tswn dron
Into the White Palace of Sweets and
try a plate of their excellent ice
cream or fruit ices.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hanna are the
proud parents of a new daughter who
arrived at their home on Fifteenth
street this morning.
es, yesieraar was o. k. lor a hot
day, but" you better buy a Jewel
ueaiing stove, ana be in time when
the cola wave arrives.
Money to loan on real estate se
curity, terms reasonable, and no de
lay, apply to Ueorge F. Both at
Jackson Hurst's office. .
No other establishment like Dorn's
for quality, fit, assortment or satis
faction to one's self. See Dorn, the
tailor, under the Harper.
Mrs. La Frees has a large assort
ment of hats. Call and see her before
buying your fall hat : she has the best
goods at tbe lowest prices.
Have yon seen that Ibeautiful
Jewel" range at 123.50 at Allen.
Myers A Co ? It's a winner and yon
win say to wnen you see it.
Coursing events tomorrow at the
Davenport Mile Traok. Admission
15 oents, ladies and gentlemen both.
neoKs mat meet tne street cars.
Mrs. S. W. McMsster has been
summoned to Chicago by the serious
illness of her daughter, Mrs. Put-
man, wno is visiting in that city.
Have a plate of the daintiest ice
oream, served on the daintiest china
in the daintiest little parlor in town
at ice mue w nite raiaoe oi sweets.
If yon have moved recently or
made any change in your business
don't rail to report it to the city
aireciory omce, iao7j second ave
Eddie, 7-yoar-old son of John
Crouch, of Carbon Cliff, is suffering
from a severe fraotnre of the skull
received from being kicked by a
Charles Shaler, Jr.. son of Msi
Shsler, of Washington. D. C. is vis.
iting at the home of Mrs. Mary
naaswortn. ue is en route to Cali
The Industrial fair opens at the
skating rink Monday evening next.
Elaborate arrangements have been
made and it will no doubt be a grand
It is the little White Palace of
Sweets, located In tho Bengston
block, that extends you a cordial In
vitation to try their ice oreams and
Examine the "Solar! Jewel" soft
coal base burner at Allen, Myers A
cos. u nas no equal lor an Al stove
and tbn price is within the reach of
Remainder of eoursing events at
Davenport Mile Traok tomorrow
afternoon. No trains, but plenty of
nacxs to meot street oars. Admis
sion 25 oents eaah.
The Empire Coal company's mines
at Gilchrist are resuming work, a
numner oi miners having returned
to work. Coal Is being brought to
tne city now every day.
Let as make a brick of Ice oream
for your Sunday dinner in any or as
many rasnions as you may want.
The White Palace of Sweets, 17G6
Don't waste time and money on
stoves that yon can't buy repairs for
a year alter you Dougnt. but buy a
Jewel. Allen, Myers & Co. sell re
pairs lor Jewel stoves sold SO years
Looks dressy, feels easy,' save
money. These three things and
more are marked in the man who
has his clothes made by Dorn, the
tailor, under tbe Harper, where every
suit means sattsiacuon.
Acoording to the weathsr prophets
we are to bave a drop in temperature
nf Kn 4Ar.-An v N
ing. Go to Allen, Myers A Co's
"Jewel" stove store and be prepared
to give ii a lining recepuon.
On account of St. Louis exposition
at St. Louis, C. B. j Q. will sell
round trip tickets at one and one
third fare on Sept. 30. On. 6. 7. 13.
14, 19 and 31. limited good for re
turn five days from date of sale.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Burbank, of
New Orleans, who bave b en on an
extended eastern visit, are guests nf
thoir dsnghter, Mrs. J Ds Silva, with
wnosn tnev will remain until tbe Yel
low lever plague has disappeared in
A stiff breese is coming from Klon
dike, the land of ep!d and gold. Now
come and bring a little gold dost
along and we will make you feel
comiortaoie ana happy with a nice
warm suit and overooat at J. 0. Zim.
mr A Co.
Ton are missing soma of the best
bargains of your life if von have not
yet been In at the great closing ont
sale of clothing and gents' famishing
goods now going on at the Economy
store, isii second avenue. Every
thing mast go.
A man suffering from sunstroke in
Chicago in tho middle of October
Is an uncommon thing. At the same
time it is considerable ont of the or
dinary the way Allen. Myers A Co.
are selling stoves: as usual they load
and others follow. Price and quality
Caaeerate stimulate Uver, kidneys
ua Dewejs never "a;tni wetvkae
These are no one-day
bargains, but will be
found every day at the
1 Ko. 8 copper bottom Wash
souer .. ssc
1 Coffee Mill 18o
1 10-quartPall lOo
1 Pint Cap lo
1 15-lnoh Coal Hod 9o
1 10-quart Chamber Pall 18e
1 Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vest. . . . 17c
I Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Test
extra neavy zco
1 pair ladles' fleece lined fast
color Hose lOo
A full line of men's Underwear 36o np
Men's Overshirts from.. .. 15o to 60c
Men's Overalls. . 88o to 10c
A big assortment of Glasswsre
bo and to
332 TWENTIETH ST.
CHILLY EVENINGS ARE
WITH US AGAIN.
when a eosy seat by the fireplace is
both eheering and comforting, it the
fire is made with the right kind of
coal. Yon will find that the high
grade Cannel coal will throw out
more heat and give you less trouble
In replenishing and poking than any
other, and our price for it Is only
fa per ton.
E. G. FRAZER.
1908 Seoond Ave. Telephone 1133.
It's Our Idea
To have the publio know
that our stock contains
the best selections that
the market affords. Just
now we have:
Bonp B nuchas,
Orator and Celery.
Draaaed Ducks, Ohickana
Choloe Eating Apple.
1'ours for Good Goods,
1620 Second Avenue.
New and Second-hand
All Kinds of
17x9 Seoond Arcane,
MEN'S SHOES $350
W show more styles and different leathers at
the above price and better shoes thaa any house
in the Tri-Cltles. We guarantee every pair of these
shoes equal in style and wear to others $5 lines.
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p e: i a iS
j-r-T-- arrir "
Never Before has such shoes been shown
for the money as at
Krell & Math's
PALACE OF SWEETS.
Not for one day, bnt lor all winter.
Molasa Taffy Candy par pooxd.
Peanut Brittle Cnody WJWUW;
Cream (-auidy '
Gum Dropa, A. B. .
Snow Drops .
And all other Candies in propojtton. We
are the nnlv PkIum nf iimdi h.
AUegretti Chocolate Creams for sale. Otb-
cis auveruae, dqi nave not got them. We
do not advertise anything to mislead the
pnblia. We want your candy trade, and at
tbe prices we are giving we are bound to
KRELL & MATH.
Original Palace of Sweet?.
Ko. 171S-171S Second Ave.
P. S. Five Tnm aim nnr niou Hei
rless went under the name of Palace of
oweeu. uuiers may rake the name, but
uut uib iraae. itomemixjr our goods are all
pure and wholesome. Others are poor Imitations.
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
P AM O
Open Even 1 n ga
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
6enU Satin Calf Sboes. all solid $1.60 j Ladies' Donpole, button or laoe tl.M
Gents' Satin Calf Shoes, ell solid j.00 I Ladies Dongola, battoa or laoe S.00
Gents' Sterling Call Shoes, all solid. X.60 Ladies' Dongola, bntton or laoe .M
Our Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes cannot be bought elsewhere at the prices
we are offering them. We also have a man's good solid working shoe at $1.10.
I could not sell them at less than $1.25 If I had the expense others have got
TBT US FOB GOOD SHOES AND LOW FBICES.
FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE.
1601 Fourth Are.
RECIPROCITY SUITS. RUSSIAN BLOUSE SUITS.
Plain Talk Regarding Boys Clothing
One of the first important lessons to learn about Boy's Clothing is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair,
reasonable prices, are, by far, more satisfying to purchasers than are the many inferior goods at a less price.
Thoroughly meritorious knee and long pants suits for boys of all ages, made to our order, bearing our label,
and sold with our guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready-made, yet in style and service they are decidedly
better. Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational
methods? The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere. We ask nothing better than
an honest test of our claims, and if the best is good enough, then come and get it. There is no room for im
provement in the style, quality or price we are offering.
1729 Second Ave:,
O 116-120 Eighteenth
ii St. 'Rock Island.
40 YEARS THE STAinARlX
or gripe; iu eea.tr.