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eoeMa-raD cloudlne-a eiU In tne
central twtlin. l.lrM hiin h
l occurred to pnrttoru Vf Kant, e-
uifi iow. jtiliing Iron: la
; rT'wtrt from went rn Kansas.
I . nujrr, uomttoc.
Boj a home of Eeidj Bros.
Saturday, underwear, M. & K.
Underweir, Saturday, M. & K.
M. & K., na lerwear Saturday.
Hjnes tells gymnasium shoes.
Underwear, M. & K.. Sstardiy.
Saturday, M. & K. , andorwear.
Lee's Little ibtn le the best broom.
Auk to Dua, the D jor Maid, el
See that hump? The White Palace
Of Sweets caused it.
Judge James Shaw, of Mt. Carroll,
li at toe Harper.
Bee that bump? Tho While Palace
of Swcnts earned, it.
C. G. I.aindler of Mossarin, Ens
ile, is at the Harper.
See that humf? The White Palace
of Hwoetg fHu!I it.
A 'fTf'n 1-r In underwear, be.
glnn!ag Saturday. M. & K
lon't f ot te matinee Saturday
f I'jrnoon at 2:50. Admission 6 cents.
Mr. end Mrs. L. W. Etlinwood. of
Waterloo, Iowa, are visiting in the
bf. E. Dell, of Chicago, arohlteet
ct the Rock Island hospital, le in the
Come to tho (air tonipht and hear
the bvra churua and quartet sing.
They arc Rue.
Come and rote for the most popu
lar younj; lady ur.d gentleman at the
Don't forgot tho grand prlee ball
at Turner hill Saturday niht. Oat.
SO. Tickets 35 cents.
Freo dani'e at Henry Iliad's hall
Saturday evening at Fifth street and
Third avenna. No 3oi.
Don't forget the grand prizo bail
at Tnrner hall Saturday night, Oct.
to. Tlckbta S5 oats.
Boy your soft coal of the Empire
Coal company, foot of Soventccnth
street. Telephone lloo.
Don't forpet tie grand prize hall
at Tnrner hall Saturday niht, Oot.
19. Tickets 25 c?nts.
Best soft oiiti on th! market. Em
pire Coal rnnip.oy. I.atnoni & Son,
'gents. Telephone 1106.
Tonight at Tumor ball oooors the
hot time, when tho heck drivers
have their station's rovelry.
Dr. 8. C. P.amruer is attending the
annual reunion of the Society of the
Array of tho Tuuucsseo at Milwaukee.
Attoad th grind cloth cloak and
fur sale this woek at UtohtorA Sons',
19 West sccoad trect. Davenport.
Our popaorn fritters still oontinne
to grow in popular favor. Fresh
very day. The White Palace of
K. K. Puffor. assistant goneral
freight agont of the Burlington, is
calling on Divikion Agent II. D.
Those excellent candlos. all oar
own make, can't be imitatod. if
our dmdi can. Tho White Palaoe
Fieeie Hnn1, heavy ribbed, natural
merino, ail 6'1-cnnt grades; Saturday
the two big M. & K. stores open spe
cial salo. UO rente.
Not tons of candy, bnt jastenongh
to supply yocr wants and have it
fresh ever day at tho White Palace
Dr. Craig and Messrs Galloway
and Ames, of Alcdo. were in the
city today on business with the
Oar almond brittle is the newest
. and net. Try it; then yon'Jl buy it.
Tho White Palace of Sweets, down ia
the bengstnn block.
J. S. Sexton, W. N. Haleey end H.
A. WeM leav tomorrow fyr Chicago,
where they will institute a branch of
the Fraternal Tribunes.
Vnnr friend got thoe lovely choe
tt olate and bon bocs at the White
Palace of Sweets. That is why they
were so frpsh and nice.
Mney to loan on real estate
, curtty, terms resonablo, and no de
lay. Apply to (leorgd if. ltoth at
J"lncn & Hurt'e oftlre.
The first ontor cover of Stone's
fonrlUoomlrg dimctory pf Beck Isl.
and will be embllhed by a cnt of
the Modern Woodmen building here
lion. Lo!ie M. Shaw, rp-ibiioan
, candidate for governor ef Iowa, was
Hlfrest Honors World's Fair,
Colt! KcJj!, KM winter Fair.
A Part flrspe Creaai ef Tartar Powtcr.
! 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
in Dvenport yesterday on his way
to Muscatine, where be spoke lae't
William A. Myers and Mis. Ida
May Bdglagton, both of Andalusia,
were married at the court honae yes
terday afternoen by Justice O. E.
F. A. Bryant, late ia charge of the
company's oQoe at Clinton, has been
given the management of the Daven
port offiee of the Postal Telegraph
M-& K. announce a sale of heavy
underwear to begin Saturday. None
before. A limit of two suits to a
customer. Prlee 39 cents; quality
The Ladies Aid society of the First
M. K rhnrch, will meet Friday after
noon at the residence of Mrs. J. W.
Crandall, 835 Twenty-nfth street.
All are invited.
C. W. Hawes Camp 1350, of the
M. W. A., has arranged to give a
dancing party in honor of the clerks
cf the head office at Armory hall
Thursday evening, Jiov. 11th.
The death of Mrs. William Stevens
Perry, wife of the Episcopal bishop
of I wa. is a serions blow to her
many friends in Davenport and
throughout the etate where she was
At the Illinois encampment.
Knights Templar, at Chieato yester.
day Opt. H. C. Cleavuland was ele
vated in rank from the &fflC9o! grand
warder to that of grand sword bear
er of the Illinois jrrasd cowmpment.
Tho wiil of the late Hannah Am
berg, of Molinc. bas been admitted
to probate. She bequeaths $50 to
her son, Albert A in berg, and the bal
ance of ber estate to her daughter,
Carrie 9. Erickfon. who Is nominated
89 executrix of the will.
Mr. John J. Pat terson entertained
a parly of frlerdi pleasantly at her
home, SG-4 Eighth avecue, in cele
bration of her birthdny yestor'lay if-
MTonnn. ine nontess received a
number of handsome and pppropri-
ai? guts irora appreciative friends.
General Attorney J. G. Johnson, of
toe .Modern woodmen, left last night
for Kansas City from whence he gees
to his home in Peabody, Kas. He
will return when the Wcodnn di
rectors Ciccthere the middle of No
vember and may bring his fami'y for
tho winter, at least.
Aiiaorea to tt o. 3 passenger
iram leaving over tne Kock Island &
Peoria tomorrow morning at 8
o clock will be a special coach for
ino accommodation of tcaohers
goinj to the Northern 1111.
nois Teachers' convention at Strca
tor. Special accommodations will
be provided both ways.
For the Northern IllinoisTeacherB'
machine at Streutor, 111.. Oct. 29 and
80, the 0., H. & Q. will sell tiokets at
$1.75 for the round trip. Train
leaves Keck Island at 7:40 a. m., ar
riving at Streator at 12:30 p. m., in
time for the afternoon session.
Through chair cars from Rock Isl
and. This line is endorsed by Prof.
W. H. Hatch, cf Oak Park.
Tho commissioners of the Western
hospital for tho insane at Watertown
met at the Keator house, Moline, to
day, and awarded the contract for
the erection of ward 1$ and ward No.
1. whioh are to contain violent ward
No. 1 and juvenile ward Ho. 1, to
the Edwards & Walsh Constroction
company, .whose bid was f65.000.
John Volk & Co., and Collins Bros.,
of this city, were among the bidders,
ef whom there were 12. The heat
ing and plumbing contract was
awarded to Uavis company for $14,-
Mr. and Mrs. Lillebrldffe. of New
York City, are about to locate here
as teachers of music. Mrs. Lillo
bririge is a soprano singer of groat
aowuy, a pupil or ilasselbeck, and
graduate of the Royal Conservatory
in Munich. She has had remarka
ble success as a teaoher, and many ef
her pupils have now good positions
as singers and teachers. Gade, the
great Danish composer, was lavish
in ma praice or ber voice. Mr. l-il-
lonage is a pupil of Jeseffy and
Von Iulow, and a concert pianist of
continental reputation. He is also
wen inowa as a oomposor and direc
tor, and has tho highest endorse
ments. They are open to enjajfe
mects for church positions, pupile,
or directors for singing or other mu
sical societies. They are iiriag at
liSi) Second avenuo.
Having comludcd to abandon
houseket'pinjj, I will effer at
pnblic rale on tbo ppemit.es at
1410 Third avenue, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Tnesday, Nov. ?i instant, furci
tare, carpets, toves, kitchen uten
sils, etc., usually found in a well
regulated hone. Terms csh.
Unnd Cloak 1?.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday a
grand cloth cloak and for sale; all
the latest fashions. Do net fail to
attend at T. Plchter & 8ona fur
riers. 219-221 West Second street,
Davcnnnrt had its innintra at the,
industrial far last night, and a nnm-
rer ot people were presont from
across the river to grace the . ocoa
ien. A fine program was given,
ft included selections by the Ladies'
Military band, songs by the Kimball
bon querkt, dancing by August
Wehling and vocal solos by Mrs.
Campbell and J. R. Kleinfelder.
Ce(u Sft Year.
I suffered for 55 years with a cough
and spent hundreds cf dollars with
doctors and for medicine to no avail
until 1 ne.t Dr. Ball's Pine-Tar-Eoney.
ThU retndy mate weak
lungs strong. It has saved my life.
J. B. Koscll, Grantabarg, 111.
i , 1 1 " 1
BY THE GREAT OURE
An Druggist will sell you a
Bottle for a Dollar.
Th rrerrt of the man who wrote the above he mmt
preacher it Ren. H. C. Croniti, Hamilton. H. t.
' I had txvn fiftwn ypars In the thralldora of
mmraliriii; trl-t alt ych'x.lsof ntediefne. Iudoutt
ami rtpspair I tried Anil-N'eTralKiqiiP.auit from
tl.v first d.no was relieved, und Low have a per
If the druggist hasn't it, send S 1 .00
and we will send-it, charges prepaid.
FREF.CH CHEMICAL CO.
A carload of tli ? e
Potatoes this week,
and will make a
special price on
them in quantities
to be delivered from
to put in potatoes j
for winter use be- j?.
fore the weather
gets too cold. R
1620 Second Avenue. j
t rnone 1031. W
2 VA. :i . '
THE COZY CORNER
Of your parlor or sitting room is always
tho one nearest your prate fire. It dis
pels Use gloom from your rorin when
alone, end is the nmgwt that attracts
the laaiiJy circle, if tte tin is made
from our high grade fennel coa!, that
burns brightly, and yt is eccnoti!ei in
tlie consumption. Onr Cannel coal is
fill coal no dirt, eton"s or slate.
E. G. FRAZER.
190S Second Ave. Telephone 1138.
New and Second-hand
All Kinds of
7iQ Second Awnue.
Itiwtnrmffnt. DramiyUnifnriw, Equi-m-nit.
ter Bavi!avnil Dt. t '',rv. aw
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THCTJRSDAT. OCTOBER 28. 1897.
A Rich and
1 iiJ. m
Is a Slice cf Our
25-cent Layer Cako
Either in ch(jcolate, marshmallow,
caramel or ciiocblate they aro made
as you would maketlieni at home
pood butter, best Hoar and finest
attention that can be given.
KHEIiIi eSs 3SiX..TXX'
Bakery goods are perfect Those
. wto appreciate a piece of pnre,
HOME - MADE BREAD
Or choice cake or pastry should
order of us at once. We serve
parties and receptions with the
most exquisite delicacies, Includ
ing Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Char
lotte liusse, Eisquet Glace, Candied
ute and Fancy Cakes of all kinds.
We also make a specialty of bak
ing reception or party bread. It is
perfectly sound, fine grain and
chunk full of nutriment Ju6ttbe
thirg you want tt nifke ronnd
sandwiches out of. Order it the day
before as we only bake it to order.
Krell & Math's
PALACE CF SWEETS.
'Ihona 1156. - Sn. lTlft-I-m arcrmrf Am
Allrgretii's chosolate creams 40c a
pound. Xone to dealers.
g T2E IV;rt BIG SK'PES
t A guaranteed
'y.j -rxz Tii "v yr jefs-i
,'; J...V-Sit-. .? ':':'f .;.' JSsjWSJi
Q Mens Suits othdJeVirtiof $7.25
Men's Suits rCS$8.90
A'len S SuitS othedea;eMcharg!tWfor $10.00
Men S SUltS othdeakrach 12.00
g We mention quality with special pride. It is the fundamental principal of our business to sell the
l best goods only. No matter whether you make your selections from the finest or our cheaper
cis Graces vou are bound tn cpt a tmnA arhilo l'pnr.'o V,-. aa -n ... r-
rr". CCritV in tlllS direction, and ftf thni vhn rav nor
p 1729 Second Ave.,
g 116-120 Eighteenth
& St . Rock Island.
MEN S SHOES $350
In thi3 style, in 10 dif
ferent combinations, welts
d or turn work, cloth or kid
g tops, fine vici kid stock,
Any size from 3 to $yit
gwidths A to EE.
VK HAVE FIN EH SHOES THAN
THESE IF YOU WISH THEM.
ugene J. Burns
Real Esta te
Boy, Soli and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
Tfcf; rid f)ro and tlrro
tried compin reprs
wrtcd. R?tes as let?
M aoy rllaho company
Yoor Fanesnjs li SoUciWd.
OSo IBS!). Gaoond A v.
Harper Honae Block.
saving of $1 to $5 on every Suit
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 in style and wear to others $5 lines.
Wall Paper Slaughter Sale
o AT THE o
SCHMEIL & ANDERSON STORE,
Twentieth Street and Fenrth ATenue.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
CONTRACTORS und BUILDERS.
AH klnto of ea-p, aat
OFFICE ASD SHOP
or Overcoat bought at the big
Men's Overcoats $7.35 i
Men's Overcoats SisLs $io.00
Men s Overroate
ww cnarf in far. f v J
Men's Overcoats B.BP 13.50
all tcXr : r
, onupujiuuiiy ui
In this stvl In all trt ft
different combinations in
heavy double soles, medi
um or lighter weights.
The etock we ate in this frade
of eboes It guaranteed to yo la
every way. Kites to til aad
widttia to EE.
WE DAVE CHEArEB SHOES TH
THE8B IF YOU WISH THi:M.
8 laan )obbhia oa -- antlne
au aauaiacacai I
721 TWELFTH 8TEKET.
both isun-MminT cj
M. & K. stores.
tio on t
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provinz our uaims.