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THIS AEGUS, F11IDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1898
Th WntlMr W Majr Ht
Generally cloudy and continued cool
weather tonight and Saturday
Today's temperature 41.
J M Shkbikk. Opaerrer,
V. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Bowl by for bargains.
See Dolly gift on page 5.
$5 to Omaha and return.
Bay one a Kinship cigar.
New bulk oysters at Long's.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Oysters and celery at Long's.
The turkey can see his finish.
King fs for 50 cents. M. & K.
Leather footballs $1 at Uynes'.
King $s for 50 cents. M. & K.
F. B. Q. finest beyond question.
Shoe sale tomorrow at Beecher's.
Attend the King clothing sale. M.
Children's knee pants 9 cents. The
New maple syrup and buckwheat at
Sauerkraut 15 cms a gallon at
Boys' and youths' shoes 75 cents at
For reliable fire insurance call
E. J. Burns
I'ur collarettes $1.39 and up. Young
Strictly fresh eggs at S. J. Apple's
. Fall styles in men's shirts. Som-
mers & La Velle.
Men's all wool blue suit, $6. Som
mers & La Velle.
S. J. Apple is headquarters for fresh
butter and eggs.
Hill pickles, bulk, and canned oys
ter's at Horton 's.
Dressed ducks and chickens at II.
Dried peaches or apples 10 cents a
pound at Beecher's.
Tweny-tiye cent teck ties, only 13
cents. The London.
Plenty of fancy peaches only 50
cents a peek at Tassig s.
Baltimore canned and bulk oysters
at II. Tremann's Sons'.
peaches SO'cents a peck at
Baking contest eVery day
Young & McCdmbs'.
$5 to Omaha and return via C, K.
I. & P. railway Oct. 25.
Order your Sunday dinner
Hess Bros'. Ijhonc 1031.
$5 to Omaha and return via C.
T. fc'P. railway, Oct. 25.
Plenty of cloicc dairy butter at S.
J. Apple's cash grocery.
Fifty cases of Rock Island corn at
65 cents adozen at Morton's.
Extra Rio coffee 12i cents a pound
at S. J. Apple s cash grocery.
Knock out prices on mandolins and
guitars at Bowlbv's bargain house.
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat
urday evening. Pickets 25 cents.
50 cents in trade criven away by
Dolly Bros., the leaders in shoes.
Afidua filinpa wnrtli SI.TA find $i2
only 80 cents a pair at Schneider's.
Dr. William Sterling, the osteopath,
611 West Sixteenth street, Davenport.
Fifty-cent blue denim bib overall,
35 cents you know us. The London.
Refreshments served free at the
bakinr contest. Young & McCoiubs.
Bir lunch at the Club saloon tomor
row night. Sid Pearson, proprietor.
Men's tine neckwear and fancy hose
in great variety at Stewart 's the hat
Bovs' knee pant suits. Stronr val
ues. 12.25 and $ 2.50. fcommers fc La
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
Ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
Do not miss reading a single item
or a single word in the M. & K.
Step in and see the baking contest
on the Buck steel ranre at Youns &
C. E. Pemble. of Peoria, has bought
out the Godfrey restaurant on Fifth
You will find the finest display of
fruits and vegetables at Tassii's to
Men's suits cheap as von want them;
also the best that is made. Summers
& La Velle.
Free dauce at Ed Vandevoorde's,
I Fifth street and Third . avenue, Satur-
3 I day night.
J I Children's underwear, heavy
fleece, 47 cent garment. . bommen
& La Velle.
Flour will be higher in price Mon
day. Buy tomorrow at Beecher's and
Fresh dairy butter loand 17 cents
and creamery butter 20 cents a pound.
For a hat go to a hat store and get
the proper style. Stewart, the hatter,
can please you.
Pianos carefully moved and tuned
by old e.xperienoed men and at lowest
prices at Bowlby's.
Four-plv linen collars. 7 cents; cuffs.
13 cents; three pairs woolen hose for
25 cents. M. & K.
Before orderins your Sunday dinner
read over onr list on pas'e b. Hess
Bros. Phone 1031.
Young dressed chickens 10 cents ;
pound, live chickens 25 and 30 cent
each, at Beecher's.
uuving me best eiotning is econ
omy; economy itself isa --rere income.
Sommers & La Velle ..
uusiness prop".., residence prop
erty ana lots xor sale in all parts of
the city by . J. Burns.
$5 to Omaha and return via C R,
I us P. railway. Oct. 25.
Overcoats black and blue kersev
thev cannot be matched for the price,
J,4 0. sommers &. la Velle.
Everts Commandery No. 18, K. T.
is expected home tonight from the
triennial conclave at Pittsburg.
Fifty-cent fleece lined underwear
only 25 cents. Compare with other
advertised underwear. The London.
Dr. G. M. Babcock has secured office
room with Dr. J. M. Silvis, where he
will be pleased to see his old patrons.
Kead every word ot the Al. & K.
big ad. it's the King sale of the sea
son given by M. & K., the king clothiers.
You are invited to Young & Mc-
Conib's stove department, and see the
baking contest. Refreshments served
Fashion's latest fancy is the hand
some covet box overcoat. Simon &
Mosenfelder show the swellest line in
Whether you wish to h'y or not
you are welcome to inspect a great
line of overcoats at Simon & Mosen-
Everything new and fresh. No old
stale stock in cameras and camera
supplies. Prices the lowest at
Covet I "ox overcoats in all shades
and grades. Fine all-wool coats from
$10 to $19. 50. a great line at Simon &
Loans made on anything of value.
personal property, without removal
or publicity by W. II. Eastman, 1712
Fifty ier cent reduction on all sign
painting and advertising for 10 days.
Work guarantee!. E. C Clevenstine,
800 Twentv-lirst street.
F. Johnson, a wealthy farmer near
Annawan, was in the city yesterday
and purchased one of the finest Kim
ball pianos at Bowlby s.
lou know us the Jxndou is the
house that knocks high prices. Look
at our $1.95 and $7.50 suits if you
see them von buv. The London,
If vou want the style, cut and shape
that distinguishes the artistic over
coat from the common ready made
you should buy at bimon x aiosen-
Simon & Mosenfelder invite inspec
tion of the haudsomest line of over
coats that ever graced any Rock Isl
Have you seen our $1.95 and $7.50
men s suits? Uthers have and bought
them. We are the people who srivc
the best values. You know us. We
never fool vou. The London.
You should see that line of under
wear at Stewart's. Must le seen to
be appreciated. Perfect fitting and
first-class. Call and examine, it is a
pleasure to show it. All qualities,
50 cents up to pure silk. Stewarts,
The King bargains at M. & K.'s:
$2.98 for $5 suits. $3.98 for $6 suits,
$5 for $3 suits. $6.75 for $10 suits.
$6 for $9 overcoats, $4.85 for $7.50
overcoats. Nothing but a personal
inspection will do justice toward vou
or this sale.
They fit to a queen's taste, and
every suit bears our label, which is a
guarantee for quality and wear. Only
$4.95 and $7.50 for a good fitting
garment. We undersell them all.
We keep them guessing. We do the
business. The London.
At Schneider's Central shoe store,
Riverside Stoves and Ranges
a .?.. nini'ii'iii 'lliqg63
Kt T none: wS
fct i i s-n
None better. Call and ex
amine the largest and best
stock of Stoves and Ranges in
the city. .
615-1617 Second Avenue.
REGENT $3.2 SHOES
In all :
SEE OUR $5 SHOES.
Best and largest line in the
three cities to select from. K
AA to E.
Special, our new "Blucher"
in light shade Russia.
THE - BOSTON
WHAT YOU WANT
To make up a Sunday din
ner can always be found at
Hess Bros', large and com
modious store. Read the
Head Lettuce, Cauliflower,
Celery, Parsley, Rutabagas, n
Lima, Green and Wax Beans,
Soup Bunches, Spinach,
1620 Swoal At.
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"After wu I ad ared a try CASCA
ETa I will Mnttx without tbein to tta boaae.
My lier wm In vrr ban hi. and mr oa4
Brbed and I bad iiontek tronble. low. alncv laa
Idc Caararvla. I fel One Uj wlfa basalM aaed
tben wita bewSdal malt for aoar momacb.
Jua. IkltaaUJiA. lJUl Cunia Sk. (H. Louis. Mo.
ladies' $3.50 and $1 shoes now
ladies' $: shes now $2.35. ladies'
$2.50 shoes now $1.75. ladies' shoes.
Eddy & Webster's make, worth $3.50.
$4 and $5, must go at $1.50. Also a
great many other bargains at Schnei-
ler 8 Central, 1712 Second avenue.
Schneider's men's shoe sale. Men's
shoes worth $3.50 and $4 now $2.75,
men's shoes worth $3 now $2.35,
men's shoes worth $3 to $2.50 now
$1.35. We also have a great many
odds and ends that we will sell re
gardless of cost. Remember the
place. Schneider's Central Shoe store,
1 4 12 Second avenue.
Special for Toowrrow.
Special low prices on dress goods,
silks, furs, cloaks and skirts at the
We sell all the
hat are made
All kinds of Needles, Belts,
Oil cans, etc. Be sure and
prices before buying.
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
ISWe Do Not s
Offer yon something for noth-
mg nor uo we seu one tuing j
below cost in order to catch
you on something else : :
B But We Do Buy and
St. Louis store in McKay's old stand, jfl Sell All GOOClS
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Sold and mrKd b all drc
Siua Ui tl ULM. lobacco llabtu
To memlers of Ft. Armstrong gar
rison o. tfi, iw. oi j.z 1 can ie
found at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's drug
store from 7 to 9 in the evening.
Phii S. Wilcher. Collector.
Of cloth iackets. Complete sample
line at half prices next Saturday at
Richter & Son's, furriers, Davenport
H That is the reason why it costs
a you so much less to live
jk when you trade at ::::::
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N 323 Twentieth Street.
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FALL OPENING SALE I
At the expense of Henry W. King, Beginning Friday, Oct. 21, Q
and Closing Saturday, Oct. 29.
, Men's dark checks
jj and brown plaid Che
v) viot Suits,
J These suits cost
C)W. K. over $4
jpfi man ufacture
would be a low retail
2 price during this
() sale $2.98.
WE shall celebrate our 18S Fall Opening at tl
the largest clothing manufacturers of.Chh
the expense of Henry W. King & Co.. one of
ncago, wno are retiring from business. We
have just closed a bir deal with this lirm for an immense stock of Men's Suits at about half
manufacturing cost. We are going to give the public the benefit of this lucky deal, thus
distinguishing the Fall Opening Sale with two important features: A wouderful display of
the Newest and Best Merchandise, and a Price-Cutting beyond all precedent. We want all
the people of Rock Island, Davenport, Moline and surrounding country to celebrate this
day and week with us at the expense of Henry W. King. We will make it interesting for
you to do so. We will give you the Best and Latest and Most Fashionable Merchandise so
cheap that you cannot stay away. Some of the prices are quoted here, but nothing but a
personal inspection will reveal the wonders in store for you. Come early, visit every de
partment, inspect every article you may be interested in the coming winter.
Men's black aud blue
Cheviot Suits round
and square corners, 1
These suits cost
II. W. K. over $5 to O
manufacture bicrval- f'
ues to retail at
A KING TREAT. MADE BY A KING. FIT FOR A KING.
TID2SF Suits are all new, of
this season's make, cut
and trimmed in the latest
agony, made with deep French
facing, splendid body lining,
trousers taped and thoroughly
sewed; a perfect lit guaranteed.
Price $5 cost H. W. K. from
$6.75 to $7.50 to manufacture.
g Men's Suits, $2 98,
Men's Suits, $3.98.
Men's Suits, $5.00,
Worth $8.00 to $9.00.
Men's Suits, $6.75,g
Worth $10.00. C.4-
IANDSOMK dark and jrray
plaid cassi meres and che
viots; neat, plain gray cas
si mere Suits, strictly new, not
a last season's style in the
your choice during this
$5 worth from $8 to
but II. W. K. pays
These suits range in sizes from 35 to 42 breast measurethey are simply immense you never saw anything to equal them at
the price. They are a truly King treat, made by a King, fit for a King, and will be the King treat of the season.
In addition to the line of II. W. K. Suits
have selected several swell styles of M
ing the M. & K. label. $12 values.
5 during this fall opening sale at .
quoted above, we
& K. Suits bear-
whieh we place on sale
A fine line of Men's Blue Beaver Overcoats, sizes 35 to 42,
made with splendid body lining, cost H. W. K. $7 to man
ufacture, $9 values, fall ojening sale price
Two styles of Children's Double Breasted Reefer Suits, in neat
pretty patterns, splendid serviceable qualities, cost II. W.
K. $2 to manufacture; could not possibly be retailed at less
than $2.50. Fall opening sale price
Another line of Melton Overcoats in dark gray and brown,
cost II. W. K. $6 to manufacture, retail value $7.50. Fall
opening sale price
4-ply linen cuffs,
the 25c kind, at ... .
Men's unlined working
gloves, 25c kind, at.
Choice of all our 25c
Children's Reefer coats
worth $2, at. ;
Men's Jravy duck coats
$1.50 values, at .
Men's $2.50 heavy all wool
Men's $2 union eassiniere
Men'e heavy fleeced lined
under irear ,
Boys heavy fleeced lined
underwear. . .....
COc quality fleeced lined underwear
A few small lots of heavy
50c underwear .
hose for. .
Black and tan hose
at 3c. 8c and . . .
25c fancy hose
Good 4-ply linen collars,
the 15c kind, at
a. a fit?
; ' ; &
During this Fall
Opening Sale $
Men's $2.50 corduroy
.... - t
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.