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THIS AKQTTP, PBIDAV, KOVBUBEB 5. 1897.
Se WMto W MU
falrtonkfct aod Saturday : eoUer
Today's Wmpemtnre, Z
G. B. Hun, Ot isa.
Pineapples at Ehlebe.
Industrial fair tonight.
Saner kraut at Horton's.
nj a horn of Beldy Bros.
Balk anehovies at Horton't.
Boys' recfcri, 98 cent. M. A K.
ynai sells ibot gnns and rifles.
Oloie toap $1.25 a box at Weckcl's.
Gloss toap 12.36 a box at Weckel's.
Homes f'r sals. Gordon 6 Bew
an. Man' suits II 80. Sommeri ft La
Velle. Flaaty of dressed cbickena at Hor
ton'i. Jeros hjgeinie underwear at the
Go to Goldsmith'! for a init or an
Tea bars of glass toap for 26 centi
Goldsmith will sell yon V 60 pants
Fine wool sweat era 76 cents. The
Ten bars of gloss soap for 86 cents
Underwear cheaper at Goldsmith's
Ten bars of gloss soap for 96 cents
The fair at the rink Is booming.
Take it in tonight.
Men's pant sale, $1 50 a pair.
Bommers & La Velle.
New line of the latest styles la pnff
lies. The London.
Free lunch at Sexton's sample
room Saturday evening.
See that lino of Mackintosh coats
at Stewart's, the hatter.
Little gents' shoes at the M. & K.
Boys' shoos at the M. & K.
Balk and canned oysters and eel'
ery at II. Trcaiann's Sons'.
Overcoats and ulsters, plenty to
eleot from. The London.
Dressod turkeys, ducks and chick
ns at 11. Tremann's Sons'.
Boys' knee pants salts $1.25, fl.SS,
11.69. Sommers & La Velle.
Extra good values in 60 cent under
wear, 23 cents. The London.
Yellowstone camp masquerade at
Turner nan tomorrow nignt. ,
Beautiful line of children's reefers,
age S to 13 years. The London.
Box calf men's shoes, advertised
elsewhere 3.60, M. & K. prioe $3
A large assortment of Mackin
toshes, one-lhird off, at Goldsmith's.
Opening lnnoh Saturday night at
Ernst Letter's, 329 fourth avenae.
Opening lnnoh at Tom Greehy's
saloon, tau ruin avenne, Saturday
The line of fancy colored shirts at
Stewart's are perfection. Tou should
Working shirts and overalls, 60
cent kind, for 40 cents Saturday at
Kegnlar meeting of Home Tribunal
No. l ol tne trammel Tribunes co
ours tonight. -
II. Tremann's Sons' home made
sausages are always fresh and of the
Tes, we still sell while they
last a 60 cont quality underwear at
j oents. u.
All the hot things in colored shirts.
Don't buy until you have seen ear
line. I no London.
Use H. Tremann's Sons' pure ket
tlo rendered leaf lard and sugar
cured smoaea meats.
Green and tan heavy soled shoes
for winter wear, sold everywhere at
13.6U, M. K. price, 13.
Don't forget to be on hand at Sex
ton's sample room Saturday evening
317 seventeenth street.
Visit II. Tremann's Sous' market
and see the grand display of fancy
aressea meats ana poultry.
Tam O'Sbanter caps with elide
band, rough effects, all colors, 60
eents. Sommers A La Velle.
A eood, honest quality hat at an
honest price Is what you are sure of
getting at Stewart's, the hatter.
Tom Greebv will hold a grand
opening lunch at his saloon, 2730
tilth avenne, Saturday evening.
Onr ulster overcoat genuine Irish
friese the bet that ever came over
the pike for 110. Sommeis A La
There will be a grand opening and
HlgltMt Honors World's Pair,
Cold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
ft Pare drape Cream el Tartar Pewter.
free lunch at Charles Ccbert's saloon.
Ninth street and Fourth avenue, Sat
At Bhleb's there is always a fine
assortment pf vegetables and tho
market's seasonable offerings. Or
der oy teiepnone.
Don't miss the fun at the Industrial
fair tonight. Many of the articles
upon which chance books are out
will jm euepoaed of.
Seeing is free Smdow knee
pants, aga to 9, double eeat and
knee, 46 eents, regular prioe 70 eents.
summers ct L.a velle.
Any housewife mav have her fav
orite brand of flour, but Big Joe or
Snow Flake never fails to please.
For sale by W. A. Ehleb.
The London has added more extra
good values In onr 60 cent underwear
for 25 cents. Ton know us. Big
blue front. The London.
It will be the same as putting vonr
money in the bank . to lay away a
pair oi .nose f l.ou pants for future
wear. Sommers A La Velle.
First er&nd masanerada of the ana.
sen, given by Yellowstone camp to
morrow evening at Tamer hall.
Tiekets 10 cents. Ladies free.
John Sexton, formerly of Moline.
IS DUrohased Brnhn'a aalnnn. SI 7
Seventeenth street, and will have an
opening lunch Saturday night.
(rood, first class underwear costs
you no more than cheaD. inferior
grades. You will be easily con
vinced el this by examining the un
derwear at Stewart's, the hatter.
James O'Donnell. third rlia nvoal.
dent of the Ameriean Federation of
Labor, addresses a publio meeting of
laboring men at the Wurnnr mart
house, Moline, Sunday afternoon at
The men's pants that we offer at
$1.60 are out of onr regular stock
that sold at $2, 12.60 and 3. The
assortment of sizes is broken, so you
have your choice at $1.50. Sommers
a La Velle.
Oscar L. Anderson has entrap Ad in
the real estate and insurance busi
ness, having opened an offloe in Be
ford block. He was for several vears
employed in the office of State's AW
Tom Von Heeke baa moved him
saloon from Fourth street and Fourth
avenue to Fourth avnne and Twen-tv-second
street, where ha will um
lnnoh every Saturday nlzht. He will
Ko nla.MI a LI. I -
Last nlcrht was a livelv nicrht at
the fair. The attendance was unus
ually large and there was much
luwrnDi manuesiea in tne sale or
articles, eeoeoiailv those bein? du.
poscd of at the ladles' bazaar.
An axel on Ed Jens' dairv waor.n
broke on Twentieth street this atter
noon. The waeon tonsled over, the
milk rolled out; so did the driver,
Arthur Jens, and the milk flowed
down the street. Nobody hurt.
Harrr Moore. Frank Phillina. J. R
Nilend, James Reed, and Thomas
Gallaeher. hobos, were before Mac
tsirate Stafford today, all charged
wn vagrancy, rney were sent to
the connty jail, Moore for 20 days,
Phillips for 15, and the other three
m . t. .
tor iv apiece.
The hard times danee friven hv itm
Ladies' Turner sooietv at Turner
hall last evening proved a novel -and
aeugntiui an air. rne guests came
in costumes of all descriptions, many
of them ridiculouslv fnnnv. All had
a merry time, dancing away the
uuurs i tne muaie OI cieuer S or
President F. P. Blair of the Daven
port A Kock Island Bridge A Terminal
company had a conference with
Mayor Medill thU morning with the
result that the conncil will probab'v
give Mr. Blair an opportunity to be
neara tomorrow airernoon on tne
subject of his recent open letter to
Additional aalnnn linanaea hi
been iesuod to William Imhof. Jamea
MoElrov. Hanrv Khrhnrn Ranra
Deisenroth. Johnson A Miller, Henry
nanoq, uoni sonatz, Joseph Ulets,
Victor Beck. H. Holdorf. S. MoMa-
bOD. F. P. Pfaff. John Hftxtnn Jnannh
nuoer, donn doers, Jonn uroiran
nr v . , . . . . .
auo numoer or iioenses uus far is
sued is 63.
The redistrictine of the citv of
Davenport into 12 wards is being
agitated. Davenport has now six
warns, ana witn two aldermen from
each ward, has 12 representatives in
its counoil beside the mayor. - A new
law adopted by the Iowa legislature
provides tnat cities can onlv have
one alderman from a ward and two
at large. Even if Davenport redis-
tricts she will only have as manv
.U T !--. ..
The Davenport council has author
ized its iinanoe committee to acceiit
the offer of ex-Clerk N. C. Martin.
who was willing to pay $404 02 in
f ull eettlement of the $663.11, due
tne city, according to the recent ex
peri's report. The difference noted
includes some of the claima against
Mr. Martin, which were not correct.
Some cf these claims, the citv attar
ney believed, eould not be legally
wuvumu, nu me council formally
wrjjiri tut proposition.
J. K. Groom, formerly connected
with Book Island and Moline newe-
papers, but In later vears interested
In real estate booming in Oregon, has
remrnea to ms oia love. He has as
sumed the management ef the
Clinton Daily Herald, under a 4-
year contract, or during the absence
cf the paper's proprietor. Frank W.
Mahin, who has been appointed to a
lomga consuifcoip by President Mo
Kinley. Mr. Groom ia a hustler, a
good newspaper man and ao doubt
will make things hum ia his Una ia
Te select your Sunday din
ner at Hess Bros. Their
stock cantains a rare assort
ment of tlie best groceries
on the market, and they are
sold at reasonable prices .
There are many reasons why
you suouia Duy uie dtsi, a
chief among wnich is that fj
noiLinp u too gcod to eat.
Kead this list:
Salnage. Head Lettuee,
Oyster Plant, Egg Plant,
Wax Beans, Radisbfs,
Sonp Bunches, Cucnrabers.
Kutabaga, Uubbsrd Squash.
Malaga Grapes, Catawba Grapes,
Tokay Grapes, Peaches.
Dressed Turkeys, Chick
ens and Ducks.
1620 Second Avenue.
THE COZY CORNER
Or your parlor er sitting room Is always
the one nesrest your grate fire. It dis
pels the gloom from your room when
alone, and Is the magnet tnat attracts
the family circle. If the fire is made
from onr high grade Cannel coal, that
bums brightly, and yet is economical in
the consumption. Our Cannel coal is
all oeal no dirt, stones or slate.
E. G. FRAZER
190S Second Ave. Telephone 1133.
New and Second-hand
AU Kinds of
SCHOOL SUPPLIES -
Riverside Base Burnsri
TBS QCKII Or THE FaBLOB.
The handsomest, the most pnwerfal,
the most durable, the moat eooaeaileai:
hard eoal Stove tbat has ever been pro
cneed. AU the latest Improvements;
known are embodied In this Stove.
115-16I7 Second Ave.
IF YOU WANT
FRESH BREAD, LIGHT BREAD,
E THAT IS
D ALL BREAD
Krell & Math's
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT
Allegretti's chocolate creams 40o a
pound. None to dealers.
And soars, like the eagle over a dove, over all its would-be competitors. What are all the special sales, all the
new and great things announced from time to time by our neighbors? Copies, and poor copies at that, of the
BIG M. & K. previous announcements. They may copy our ads, they may try and imitate our live methods,
but they cannot copy our real truthful method of doing business and giving bargains. Copy as they will, as long
as they don't know how to originate they are not in it. It is perfectly plain to everyone that the UIG M. & K.
stores are doing THE business. We fight our battles with energy and fairness, like Richard the lion-hearted,
and so we shall continue. Whenever you are looking for attractions and bargains yoa will find them at the
BIG M. & K. Our latest attraction is
50 UNDERWEAR AT 29
The BIG M. & K. has plenty for all, and they defy the would-be imitators to produce the same values. Under
wear that others are quoting as 50c values at 25c, the BIG M. & K. are selling at 18c It is always safe and
reliable to trade at
TWO LARGEST STORES
Pleasing Our Customers
Is oar aim.
TV sell shoes that are to good la
every way that our customers eome
back to us again and are pleased sack
time. If we ooa'.dat sell shoes that
would do this we would go out of
business. Style goes hand la hand
with honesty ia our footwear. This
week ladles' $2 50 shoes the subject.
In this style, in 10 dif
ferent combinations, welts
or turn work, cloth or kid
tops, fine vici kid stock.
Any size from to8.
Z widths A to EE.
WE IIAVE FIKEB SHOES THAN
THESE IF TOU WISH THEM.
pSugene J, Durna
Real Estate p
Bey, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old tire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Toar Fattens Is SoJieieed. .
Offioe MtC. Second Av.
Harper House Bleok.
18 THE 6INCERE8T FLATTJEOhV ww
; A pair, for ladies' wear. Shoes that ire
honestly made, shapely and stylish; and
last but not least, absolutely solid. Every
pair warranted. We hive the same styles
in heavy dongola, also fine kid and cloth
top dress shoes. A to EE widths.
B ST W
MISSES SOLID SCHOOL
Wall Paper Slaughter Sale
o AT THE 1 o
SCHMEIL & ANDERSON STORE.
Twentieth Street aad Faarth Avenas.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
an Ida da ef eajrfeates
OrtTCK ABD SHOP
In this style in all the 8
different combinations In
heavy double soles, medi
um or lighter weights.
The stock we nee fa this grade
f shoes Is guaranteed to you la
vary 8ses to S aad
M widths to EE.
VTK HAVE CHEAfEB SHOES THAN
THESE IF TOO WISH THEM.
7JI TWELFTH BTBXXT.
TWO BEST STC1H
10 YEARS THE STANDARD.
iviinton. 4 -
. 1719 Second ATenutt.