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THE ABeUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1899.
- The Weather We May Have. O
Q Partly cloudy, with showers Tuesday; Q
6 warmer tooiKbt, cooler Tuesday.
2 Today's temperature 71. Q
Q J. H. Shkbieh, Obxerver. Q
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, S. J. Burns.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Summers & Woodin for stoves.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
List your property with Reidy Bros
E. E. Mangold, leading-photographer
Trip around the world Friday,
Co. lor best bargains in
Summers & Woodin for hot blast
soft coal beaters.
Millinery opening at Tewkesbury's
J. uesuay ana V eUnesclay.
List your property with Hull & Co.,
il you want it sold at once.
The monthly meeting of the city
council will le held tonight.
I-ine display of imported patterns
at Miss Byrnes', Oct. 3 and 4.
Call and see the latest novelties in
furniture at Clemann & Salzmann's
Grand opening at Miss Byrnes'
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 3 and 4.
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat
urday evening. Admission 2 cents
There will be services at South Park
chapel Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Call for Huesing's soda and. mineral
water. They are the best on the mar
Don't fail to attend the fall opening
of trench hats at Miss Byrnes , Oct.
3 and 4.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
McCabe's fall millinery oneuinjr. See
ad., page 6.
The Sunburst hard coal base burn
er is the leader. For sale by Sum
mers iv oouin
Summers & Woodin for the air-tiht
soft coal heaters.
Ik1 le J, atteml Ottesen s autumn
millinerv opening Tuesday and Wed
nesday, next week, 222 West Second
Reversible plaid-back golf suitings
See McCalje'a ad. A delayed ship.
Have your eyes lilted with a pair of
Brook man's s pectacles. Each pair
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
One hundred and twenty different
stylHof rocking chairs to select from
at all prices at Clemano & Salzmann's
Mrs. Tewkesbury announces her
millinerv opening tomorrow and
Wednesday. All are cordially invited
The weather again interfered with
the success of the Dewey celebration
at Schuetzen park, Davenport, vest er-
Miss Byrnes invites the ladies to
her fall opening. Finest display of
trimmed hats in the three cities. Oct.
: and 4.
They may all talk about carpets
but call and see what Clemann & Salz
raann can show you in goods and
Andrew Brownlee, aged 55 vears
fell irlto a well at his home in lxnr
(Jrove, Iowa, yesterday, and was
J here is to be a jubilee meeting at
the iSeconu Baptist church tonight.
Subject, "Mothers' Love," by Dr. J.
A game of baseball is to be played
next week between the Bismarck
Wizards" aud Zee McMahon's
Ladies, attend Ottesen's autumn
millinery opening Tuesday anJ Wed
nesday next week, 222 West Second
Check and plaid double fold dress
goods suitable for school dresses and
waists. 10 cents instead of 16 cents.
Se McCabe's ad.
The Y. P. S. C. E of the Memorial
Christian church will give a social
Tuesday evening. Oct. 3. An excel
lent program has been prepared.
On or before Oct. 1 1 shall be ready
to furnish stove length hard wood to
each and everybody at 4 per cord C.
F. Gaetjer, 717 Seventeenth street.
The receipts of L. K. Eihl, deputy
collector of internal revenue, for las:
week were $2. 057.94. his collections
Island postoffice. The order is much
more convenient ia size than that
formerly in vogue, being similar to a
The first of the Sunday evening mu
sicales at the Harper was given yes-
teraay, tne hours being from b (the
dinner hour) until 10. Quite a nam
ber of city people dined at the Harper
If you are in need of a watch we
have them at all prices, and yon know
when we sell the watch it will e a
good one or we'll make it right
Brookmai, the Twentieth street jew
Amos Stahmer. asred 17. has been
missing from his home in LeClaire
Iowa, since Sept. !. and there are sua
picions he was put out of the way bv
a relative. The Scott county author
ities are investigating.
C E. Fiebig is better off than if he
went to the Klondike. He has found
a line grade of sandstone on nis larm
in Andalusia township. He is to have
it tested, and if it proves in ijuality
what he has reason to believe it will.
he will quarry it.
V. Fuhr, of Hamlet, 111., went to
Davenport today with a load of apples
He met two strangers. Thev asked
him for two fives for a $10. He ac
commodated them, but before he
realized what happened the men were
otft of sight, and so was Fuhr's pair
oi w imams.
Maj. Hawes made a change which is
highly appreciated by his forces in the
working hours at the Woodmen office
Saturday. In the afternoon the hours
are from 1 until 5 instead of from 1:30
until 6, thus cutting off a half hour.
which is given to the clerks, while
Saturdavs the office closes at 4:30.
All those interested in organized
Iaoor, and especially carpenters, are
invited to attend a meeting at Indus
trial Home building. Tuesday, Oct. 3,
at 7:30 p. m. Speaking by A. C. Cat-
termull. of Chicago, nienibec of gen
eral executive board of Carpenters and
Joiners or America, livery one should
Prof. Kunkerr, man milliner, will be
at the Harper house Wednesday, Oct.
4, with one of the best assortments of
trimmed hats and bonnets ever shown
in Rock Island. Ladies invited to see
this display. Beautiful hats from f 2
up. Air. Kunkerr represents the Bun
kerr Millinery company, new located
at Second and Harrison streets, Dav
enport, and is the only man milliner
ever in this part of the country.
"It is now certain, "says theDaven
port Times, that together with the
trains of the Terminal company there
win come into the tri-cities the J. &
N. W. road with two passenger and
two freight trains a day, making a
freight and a passenger in, and the
same out daily! The I). C. & E. will
give a similar service. I he Times
has been assured of the advent of the
system over the D. ('. & E. trackage
into tne city. 1 he limes states pos
itively that the liurlington and Mil
waukee will also cross the Crescent
The Largest Assort'
mtnt and Lowest Prices
in the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
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gooustawj, stove cUL
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We wish to call attention to our line of ladies' welt shoes, especially
our $3 grades.
For snap and style they are unequaled, and wearing qualities, the
Mannish styles and straight, round toes also, extension edges, A A
sSHHj Stoves, Stoves ,
John ierdes, iui'8 Seventh avenue,
got his left hand caught in a saw at
the Rock Island Sash & Door works
today. It was necessary to amputate
the index linger.
M. Beckman.of M
injured today at
company, where they were employed
A pile of felloes fell on them.
Operation have been begun
on the tsuriington s new depot on
Twentieth street and inside of a week
i announced McConochie & Son
will start laving the stone foundation.
With the razing of the Union house,
which has been purchased by the
Burlington people, will disappear one
oi the historic landmarks of the citv.
It was built in 1854. Its present oc
cupant, Jacob Doesli, has moved to
East Moline, where he will run a I
YOU WILL- ALWAYS
At our store all the
seasonable fruits and
vegetables that the
market affords. For
this week we will have:
Head Lettuce, Spinach.
Wax Beaok, Una Beans.
Cucumbers, Cuulitio wer.
Feppeni. S punish Ouioos.
Jersey Sweet I'otumes.
Corn. t-gii I'lant,
Delawarn (J rapes,
New York tlrapes.
Granges. BuDanas aud E aline
Stoves of all kinds, all new,
and a large line of steel
ranges, cook and heating
stoves. Trices' as low as the
Call and see the line before
you buy elsewhere.
Sot Him Kind.
Two members of a well established
firm that does business in the whole
sale district indulged in the following
dialogue the other afternoon:
Junior I'aitner Why didn't you cive
thnt man a chance? We need another
clerk here, aud I rather like his looks.
Senior farmer I liked his looks, too.
but he's uo ood.
Juuior l'artner How do you know
Senior I'artner When a man who is
looking for a job comes to me and
says, "I supiiose you don't want to
hire any one today, do you?" that's
enough. If he had anything In him.
tied come right out aud sav what he
Twentieth Street. Bock Island.
803 W. Third St., Davenport.
for the month of September were 12.- meant. If he supiosed we didn't want
The choicest selections from the
world's largest exhibits. Copies of the
lest and many original creations at
McCabe's millinery opening bejrinninf
Paul B. Parsons has taken a position
with Mancker & Tonn and will be
pleased to greet his many friends at
their store, corner of Fourth avenue
and Seventeenth street.
The new style of U. S. postal monv
orJer has been received at the Ro k
to hire any one. why did he waste our
time and his ly coming In to bother
us? Chicago Times-Herald.
Calumet" Does Not Belong to a
tlakins Powdor Trust but Con
umarasre Rapidly Learning
to Placo Trtetr Trust iaj
Trl am pliant.
"When you get in a crowd, my dear
said Mr. Winkles to his wife, "always
look out for pickpockets."
"I'm not afraid of them, dearest."
answered Mrs. Winkles. "They can't
pick my pocket."
-That's Just like you women," said
Mr. Winkles, "always so sure. Pray
tell me why you couldn't have your
lHx kets picked."
"ISecaujte I haven't got any." answer
ed Mrs. Winkles proudly. Ilarper'a
Strtehlaa; Is Rest.
When a man Is tired, he stretches his
arms and legs and yawns. Birds and
animals, so far as possible, follow his
example. Birds spread thtir feathers
and also yawn: they open thir mouths
i slowly till they are round, thhones f
' a a - . ...
ne ni-au seem to loosen andtne gins
S5 to Chicago and KctnrM,
Oct. 2 to 9. good to return up to and
including Oct. 14, Tia ChicaW Rock
Island & Pacitic railroad. 't
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from banks and
building associations and loans granted
for a period of 3. 6 or 7 years, or if pref
erable loan can be redeemed bv. yearly
or balf yearly lnstallirents of Principal
and Interest. In me latter case. Inter
est to be computed and charged on
balanco actaaUly owing mt end of
each year. Honey to help yon buy a
home, build a home, pay oa a moruraire,
pay buck interest, or taxes, lift liena,
top foreclosurea. or effect necessary
improvements. Money to loan on
life Insurance policies, legacies, inher
itances, undivided interests in estates,
real estate in probate, leaseholds and
annuities. Money to finance meritori
ous Inventions, or to pi ,ce patenta on
the Enicluh and American markets. If
requlrtna; naoney on any claaaofae
curlly, write to or call on
195 La Salle St-, .
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
Tbe premium payers of the atat arv aialn
alaiog s fund by popular subscription trots
which is offered a
Reward of S200
By tbe undersigned aasoetsuoo tor the arras
sad eonrletioD of any Incendiary In soy of itm
ogOPEBTT QWXEKS FIRS ASSOCIATION
Bosk UaoO, U.
Two Big Stores with Honest Prices.
Is the VERDICT of our customers and visitors after going through our mammoth stock. Yes a truly
wonderful clothing store that has everything that is stylish -and desirable, and that too in great
plenty. No limit to your selection. Care and thought are given to the variations in sizes short and
fat, tall and slim. We have your size and can fit and please all mankind.
IN THIS CLOTHING STORE
We can furnish you for immediate wear. Just such smart looking, correct well made suits as an order
placed weeks aheadjwill bring from the tailor and why not? Cloth couldn't be better none but pure
wools are ever used making it just as careful finish it just as smart fit is sure to follow these condi
tions then again there is the saving an important item to all men. Here are some of the
Quick, Slick Picks That Cast in the Shade Every Suit
Value iD Town for the Price.
Sinsrle-breasted sacks, with double
breasted vests and peg top trousers of the
season's latest style, and cut in all the vary
ing shad8 and patterns in eassimere,
worsteds and rough-faced Scotch effects. In
fact this season's productions styled to the
50, $11.85, $15 and $17.
Men's Fine Dress
Our showing in black suits for evening
and semi-dress wear cannot he equaled out
side of the large cities. Prince Albert, silk
faced, if you want them; three-button cut
away, long tailed Tuxedo, and plain, single
breasted sacks, trimmed and tailored up to
the smartest notch at
$12, $15.50, $18, $25.
Men's Single Suits.
Cut in single and double-breasted sacks,
plain aingle-breasted vests with small notched
collars. AH new weaves and colors. A
tasty, stylish and durable suit at the cco
nomical price of
$10, $13. 50, $15, and $18.
BOYS AND LITTLE FELLOWS9
Clothing is not attractive unless it possesses enduring qualities in the wear. Those that come from us
are not only stylish, but wear well, and we guarantee you the completest satisfaction in
QUALITY, PATTERN, STYLE AND PRICE.
Your Money Back.lt You Want It.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 VV. Second St.. Davenport.