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Fair tontibt; filr and slightly
A mojwite Mgh pressure re tx
tnda from PuinraiiA A h
c r . me oaronwier
la lowet in Montana.
Tee weather la cloudy In the Mis
iMlppt and lower MiaMvlppl rl
ley, tat la generally cJf-r to the
westward. Lljht showers have fal-
J Today's temperature, 53.
u. t iiuwr, urjeerter.
Bnj a home of Keidy Bros.
Lee'a Little Geo la the beat broom.
Woodmen olgbtat the rink Frldaj.
Cloaks, jicketa and fara at Yoanfr
ft MeCorolin'. 6
A splendid proirram at the la dns
iai iair iodici.
Another sensation in silk selling
at McCabe Bros'. Frldaj.
vocai ana instrumental music at
McCabe a tibia j afternoon.
Tho beit fitticjr oloak at lowest
prieci. Young A McComba.
Concert at McCabe Broa1. begin-
Delhert Ilaad leaves tonight, to
res a rue hi etadloa In Michigan. '
Mr. and Mn. C. C. Lincoln, of
Wyoming, 111., aro yisiting tn the
Before baying yonr hard coal stove
aee K. U. Summeri, 825 Twentieth
Fancy boucle capra worth tlO, for
Friday's aa!e only ft 60 at Young A
Fresh catfish, black bass, aa&non,
cropptex, white fish and tront at
If yon want Crit clas plumbing or
Seating work, igure with Allen,
Myrs & Co.
K C. F.berhext's tnnlr.g gives the
bopt ct eitiftfar.tion. Leave ordera
Don't fnrKt the grand prize ball
at Tnrnrr ba!l Saturday night, Oct.
10. Tickets 33 oonH.
Rev. It. F. Swret ia attending the
missionary council of lLo Episcopal
chnrr.h at Milwaukee.
Genera! Attorney J. (. Johnson,
of the Wondnion, returned thia morn
Ing from Teabody, Kb.
Hinea arils New Lcador, Peter'a,
U. M. G., Rivals, Qjiak Shot, and
Kw Club loadrd chella.
Special cnt prices on cloaks. Look
at onr jtoLuta at lowed possible
p rices. Young & McCoibs.
Almond briitlo, the newuat candy,
frei from onr own cream oandy
klichca. lhe Whitn Talaeo of
Bweets, 17( 6 feecond avenue
The graet Modjus'aa, anpported by
Joseph Uaworth, will appear at the
Bortts noxt Tuesday evening in
The trains taken off on the Cable
branch of tho liook Islaod & Peoria
on account of the coal miners' strike
have been restorod.
Allen, Myers & Co., telephone
1013. for first class plumbing work
at reasonable prices. All ordera
promptly attendud to.
Mouey to loan on real estate ae
enrity, terms reasonable, and no do
lay. Ayplyto (Irturge F. Koth at
J ark son A Herat's oQica.
Ladies' fanny trimmed IrUh frieze
cloth worth 12; Friday sale price,
Ifi.SS. Young & McCombo.
Try tnr popcorn fritters. Yob
will like them fresh every morning
from onr own cream candy kitchen.
The White Talace of Sweets.
F.x-rotmtcr M. J. McEniry and
Dr. J. W. Morgan, of Moline, ad
dressed big demooratio mooting in
Davenport Tuesday evonlng.
Try it; It la the best yet almond
brlttlo 4reh from onr own clean
candy kitoben. White Palace of
Bweols, 17C(J Second avonne.
Another small lot of those moire
and plain gro grain;ilk at 89 cents
prr yard for Friday at McCabo Bros'.
The UsltirnorcB and All-Amcrlcan
ball teams came In on their epeoial
car over the IVoria Inst night. They
went west over the Kock Island,
playing today at Cedar Rapids.
There Is strong anspicion now that
the bniMlngs on' the farm of George
8. Atkinson, near Daveopert, de
stroyed by fire recently, were set on
Holly Hall, of Toledo. 111., and
Mine Mable I'edlfer. of Davenport,
were niarriod yesterday afternoon at
the coonty building by Jadge Lnclan
Joseph Conaley and Miss Mary II.
Vita, of Coal Valley, wore united in
HfHt Honors World's Fair,
' Qc!d Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare Orape Creaai ol Tartar Pewdcr.
k0 YEARS THE STANDARD.
marrlago at the parsonage of Grace
Lutheran church by Kev. J. H. Mar
It Is those nice pure candies made
freah every day and Bold at anch
moderate prices that draws the
orowda to the White Pafece of Sweets,
1706 Second avenue.
Oscar K. Sparling, a member of
the Moline police force, and Mias
Catharine UHman were married
Tuesday " at the parsonage of St.
Mary'a church, Moline.
It Is the White Palace of Sweets
located in the Bengatoa block that
"wnai you a cordial invitation to
trj their, iee cream and fruit ices.
State Senator Cum. wife nrt
daughter, of Chicago, are guests at
the home of T. H. Thomas. Senator
base ia in attendance upon the
Building and Loan association con
Dainty service, dainty china, daln-
Oliver, tiainty parjor, ana above al'
me oainneai ice cream ana iruit Icea
ever served in Rock Island at the
White Palace of Sweets, 1706 Second
If you have moved recently or
made any change In your business be
acre and report it to the city direc
tory office, ao the same will be cor.
rect in the forthcoming directory,
1A07J Seomd avenue.
Mra. Francea Mnrphy, whe has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mra. J. R. Johnston, left this morn
ing for Indianapolis, where she will
make a ahort atay before retiming
to her home in Pittsburg.
Mrs. Queen le Tyner Chaves, wife
of William Chaves, and formerly of
this city, died Tuesday at the Cot.
tage hospital, Galesburg, from the
effects Of an ODeration for tnmnr
She was 87 yeara of age.
deorge Schafor today sold ont his
aalonn business to Lonia Laaeke. nf
Davenport. The latter will continue
to aerve np the best in the way of
liquid refreshments, and respectfully
invites the public to call.
Alvin Carl, 1-year-old aon of Mr.
and Mra. Jaiuoa Kell. of Milan, dud
at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
t uneral services will be held at the
home at 10 a. m. tomorrow and bur
ial will take place at Andalusia.
William Marticdale haa sold his
fin black team of pacers to Dr.
KAcry. of Gencseo, lor fG08. The
tcftin was the finest in the three cities-,
pnrfeotly matched, gentle and
well trainod, and admired by every
The greatest cloak and cape sale
in "McCabe Bros', business history
has boon ITo'lU? on f.ir Ika nuat thrrn
weeks. Ueoaona are easily under
stood when VOU see the mnc-nlfinent
assortment and learn of the extreme
moderation in prices.
In the crand lodcrfl Knicrhtm nf P..
thiaa at Pooria James II. Rurklpv. nl
Springfield, was the succesaful can.
ltd ate for grand outer guard in the
raoa in whish 8. K. Wright, of thia
city, was a participant Wright will
try ii again nnoiuer year.
lhe Ladies' Industrial Relief nr.
cioty will hold a meeting at the Y.
M. C. A. chapel at 3 o'clock Satur.
day afternoon, which all ladies who
have been active worker in tho .n.
ciety and who have been contribu
tor to its aapDort. are earnest
srgod to attend.
K. C. Eberhart ha nn rllanl.Tr .
Woodyatt'a a working model show
ing piano action. At the Boston
conservatory, tuning atudonts are
required to make a drawing ehowicr
pinqu action, mr. t-oernart demon
strated his skill by going farther and
buildinz a working model, the Krat
ever built at the conservatory.
ooi. i. j. jjnniop, of Fennsvl.
vania. inntfr!nrr nfTmar i tun rr
icm"V'eteran'a Union.who has been at-
teading the Iowa atate encamp
ment at Cedar Rarjid. the nfflner.
of which he initalled last evening, is
In the city to meet Gen. H. L. Street,
commander in chief of the Union Vet
eran'a Union, who will be here Sat
urday, and escort him Into Iowa and
Meese & Rank have atarted a snit
in tho circuit court agalnat Fred An
derson, the Moline ice man, in be
half of Swan Swanson, el that city,
to recover 11,000 damages. Ander
son gave Swanson a pnnch on the
noae during a ll'ht, the result being
that Swanaou'a proboscla was shat
tered into three pieces. Arrest and
fine under the city ordinance fol
lowed, then arrest mnder a atate
warrant, and now the snit for $1,000
The Egyptian Medicine company
olosed a two wneka' engagement at
Tamer ball Sunday night. Their
plays have given entire aatiafactlon
here, and we hope they will return
to F.ldridgo soma time in the future.
l-'ky left Monday for Long Grove
Kldridgo Correspondence Davenport
paper. Wonder how long It will be
before that organisation awings
aronnd for an engagement at Her.
The Mascot and Brockman passed
lhe Verne Swain and Winona were
in and out.
The water was S:25 at noon: the
Tho river will change bat little
from Roek Island northward In the
nest S4 hours.
Tba Sam Atlee. Park Bluff, Little
Gardner. West Kamba and F. Weyer
hauaer came down.
It Can Not K froTro
that T)r Itall'a Pins Tf a I- il.
- . k-w-A-uuucj i a huts
best cough acd long remedvon earth
onleea you try it. If you d'o thia and
don't stirrat ;. . a
iwu jour Z9
centi back quick, tight where you
These are no one-day
bargains, but will be
found every day at the
1 Ko. 8 copper bottom Wash
1 Coffee Mill.... i?0
1 10-quart Pail '. I0o
1 Pint Cup lc
1 16-inch Coal Hod 9o
1 10-quart Chamber Pall 18o
1 Ladies' Jersey Kibbed Teat..., 17c
1 Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vest
extra heavy js0
1 pair ladies' fleece lined fast
color Hose 10c
A fall line of men's Underwear 25o np
Men's Overshirts from . . . . 15a to 60c
Men's Overalls 83oto60c
A big assortment of Glassware
5c and 10c
822 TWENTIETH ST.
etj i. -a i
o t . 'a
CHILLY EVENINGS ARE
WITH US AGAIN,
when a cosy seat by the f replace is
both cheering and comforting, if tbe
Sre is mads with the ritrht kind of
coal. Yon will find that the high
graaa uannel 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
$5 per ton.
E. G. FRAZER.
190S Second Ave. Telephone 1133.
It's Our Idea
To have the pnblio know
that our stock contains
the best selections that
the market affords. Just
now we have:
OntO' and Celery.
Draaed Dockc, Chickens
H Michigan Peachea. Pears
Choice Eating Apples.
Tuur$ for Cood Goods,
1620 Second Avenue
New and Second-hand
All Kinds of
1719 Second Avenue.
THrrilSHA Y. OCTOBER 21. 1897.
; David Don
A Rich and
Is a Slice cf Our
25-cert Layer Cake
Either In cfcoeoM.?, marsbmallow,
caramel or c!ioeo!ate they ar made
as you would niakethem at home
good buttor, best flour and 6 nest
attention that can be given.
Bakery poods ere perfect Those
wro appreciate a pie-e of pure,
HOME - MADE BREAD
Or choice cake or pastry should
ordtsr of us tt occe. We serve
parties and rewplioua with Oie
most exquisite delicacies, Includ
ing Ice Cream, Fruit Ics, Char
lotte Kusse, Ek-tjuet Glace, Candied
Nuts and Fancy Cakes cf ail kiuds.
TfTe also make a )ccialty of bak
ing nwptlon or party breal. It Is
perfectly rjuoil, fine g'ain and
cliurk full of nutriment. Just the
thing you want tt make roand
sandwiches out of. Order it the day
before as we only bake it to order.
Krell & Math's
PALACE OF SWEETS.
Phone 1158. - Fa. 17X6-171 teeond Ava.
Allegrettis chooolate creams 40c a
pounl. None to dealers.
Plain Talk Regarding Boys9 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 satisfvincr to mircharq than arc tTi man., ;f,j . i '
. . , ' imwii(juuuj price l 1
Thorougnly 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 C j
Deer. vtoma you preter superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational
methods? Th.2 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.
g 1729 Second Ave:,
g 1 16-120 Eighteenth
j3 St , Rock Island.
Until this season. He would call especial attention this
week to his line of
MEN'S S3 S S3150 GRADES
In all the different leathers and very latest styles. 1 hey compare
favorably with the so-called higher priced goods. If you want sat
OUR LINE OF SCHOOL SHOES IS
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 cf our prices, and on good, solid and
Gents' Satin Calf Shoes, all solid.. ..
Gents' ?stin Calf Shoes, all solid
Gents' Sterling Calf Shoes, all solid.
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 $i.2S f I had the expense others have got
TBY US FOB GOOD SIIOE3 AND LOW TKICES.
FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE.
1501 Fourth Ave.
W show more stjles and different leathers at
the above price and better shoes than any house
in the Trl-Cities. We guarantee every pair of these
shoes equal in style and wear to others' $5 lines.
Before has such shoes
for the money as at
1.60 i Lada'Doripr.1,
2 00 ; Lad lea' Donjrola.
160 i Ladies' Dongo),
RUSSIA1V BLOUSE SUITS, c!
button or lee....
button or lane
bat ton orlaoe....