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THE AEGTTS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEE 25, 1899.
Threatening weather wiib show en
'tonicbi and poMiljy Thursday: Cooler. 5J
Today's temperature 71. S
J. H. Sbibiiu, Observer. 3
Foot balls at Spencer's.
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Buy a borne of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, . J. Burns.
Boxing gloves at Spencer's.
Punching bags at Spencer's.
For real estate. . J. Barns.
Rugby footballs f 1 at Hynes'.
Picture frames at J. Ramser's.
Agrippagolf balls at Spencer's.
Telephone 443. E. K. Mangold.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
List your property with Keidy Bros.
Foot balls only tl-.OO at Spencer's.
Musselburg golf balls at Spencer's.
Phone Huesing for A. B. C. bottle
$16 buys a good cook store at
Armory hall is to bp equipped with
llughy pattern foot balls at Spen
cer's only $1.6".
Artistic millinery at Young & Mc
Combs'. lowest price.
Dance at Turner hall every Friday
evening. Admission 25 cents.
Five-dollar purchase or over a sou
venir free. Young & McCoiubs.
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat
urday evening. Admission 25 cents.
Don't neglect your eyes. Consult
Dr. I-a IJrange at once. " Examination
Dr. La (Jrange. the exjcrt optician,
will be at Fred Illeuer's jewelry store
Buy your fall good. anil merchan
di.e at" Young & Mcl'oinbs'. Souve
Muy silver tableware from J. Ham
per. Fifteen year guarantee with
No matter how many have failed to
lit your eyes. Dr. La J range will
guarantee your case.
I am not connected in any way in
the lirm called Kipp & Co. on
Twentieth street. A Kipp.
Don't forget the 10 cent social given
by the boys of Class 13 at the First
Baptibt church tomorrow evening.
The city council is in special ses
sion this " afternoon inspecting the
Forty-fourth street improvement.
Dr. La Crunire. the cxiert optician.
will be at Bleuer's jewelry store Sat
urday, Oct. 28, for free consultation.
Hundreds of grateful people testify
to the wonderful skill of Dr. La
(range in lilting glasses after local
upeciahsts had failed.
Plans for the Central I'nion Tele
phone company's proposed building
on Nineteenth street are being drawn
bv Architects Drack & Kerns.
Lots of kuee pant suits, excellently
constructed to resist the abnse a
romping, rollicking lad subjects his
clothing to. fl.l'ft. M. & K.
Japanese tea at Mrs. (!. W. Cash's
on Twentieth street. Thursday after
noon. Centlemen invited. Enter
tainment and refreshments 10 cents.
Flashlight photographs. E. E
Mangold has on exhibition at his
studio llishlight photos of London
and Tokio. Everyone tnvilett to call
and see them.
Failing evesijrht restored by prop.
rrlv fitted classes. Consult Dr. C
La (Irango. specialist. Saturday, with
Fred lileuer. ios secona avenue.
Consultation and advice free.
The Uock Island Plow company and
molders reached an ag reement as to its
wa"e, etc. today, the same to remain
in effect the ensuinir year. The mold-
era go to work next week.
M. & K. are showing unusual values
in their loys' department. Suits from
75 cents upwards. Particular atten
tion is directed to the all-wool suits
we are selling at ft. '.'.'. $2.50 and
Eik hart sells tinware, granicewarc
all kin ds of woodenware. kitchen sup
plies, fancy china dinner ware, lamps
toys, etc." He alo tents dishes
knives, forks, spoons, card tables
chairs and sewing machines 3iy-321
Miss Ethellert Morey. who reads
tomorrow eveninir at the Robinson
Sonntag recital, is a gifted artist and
the press notices she has received are
f the highest order. The recital is
given in the :nteret of the Young
People s society or isroaaway cnurcn
Don't forget the recital at the
Y. M. C. A.. held tomorrow
evenin". Spencer Robinson. Miss
Sonntag and Miss Morev. com.
pose a trio of exceptional ability
The recital is given for the benefit of
Food Prepared With "Calumet" la
Free from Rocrtell Salts. Alum
Lima and Ammonia. "Calu
met" is the HouaewHe'a
NONE SO GOOD.
the Young People's society of the
SAVES THE SILVERWARE.
Part Flayed by Lb Housekeeper
Fire at C H. Deere' ffoeae.
Miaa I .onise j!a.rrold saved the fam
ily silverware from destruction at the
recent C. li. Deere fire in Moline. She
is housekeeper and is responsible for
the silverware. It had been used a
few evenings previous to the fare,
when Mr. Wiman entertained a num
ber of friends at the Deere residence.
Wlipn th rir hroke out Miss Harrold
gathered the valuables in a trunk and
forred to the stable, where
she guarded it together with a valua
ble parrot and poodle dog until tne
lire was over.
The damage to Mr. Deere's resi
dence is greater than was thought.
The water wrought as mucn navoc
as the names, luenne lniaiu uuurs
are warping and must all be relaid.
The ceiling and walls, with their
costly frescoes, are all in absolute
need of replastering. In fact the in
terior of the house is practically to
be rebuilt. Mr. Deere, who has been
in the east, has returned, and -will
take personal charge of the adjust
ment of the loss and the replacement
of the beautiful home. ,
ARRANGES WINTER FAIR.
Bod J. McDonald to Bold a. Show at
Now that the street fair season is
over in this part of the country. Rod
I. McDonald, the promoter or the Mo
line fair, which was such a grand
success, has arrangeu a nutnoer oi
mid-winter" fairs and food shows.
the lirst one to le held at Davenport
in the Saengerfewt hall the week com
mencing Dec. 3 and closing the 10th.
These "mid-winter" fairs, as they
are commonly called in the east, have
always been" great successes every
yearin the large cities where they
are held, and there is no reason what
ever but that the one in Davenport,
which will be a tri-city affair, will be
a bit; success.
A Mngulilceut Fainting.
The Peoria Herald-Transcript of this
laorning has the following, which in
dicates that J. E. Montrose, who is
associated with Charles Mellugh in
the proprietorship of the Harper here
and the National at l eoria, is as mucn
of an admirer of art and as enterpris
ing in securing it as ever: "Manajrer
J. E. Montrose, of the National hotel.
has purchased and placed upon the
east wall in the rotunda of the hotel a
large and magnificent oil painting, en
titled 'Nero and the Cup.' It is 10x12
feet in size, was painted ly Pickering
a lierman artist, ana is vaiueu at
Joseph Clark, of Port Byron, was
lined 3 and costs for cruelty to anL-
miU. I lit was accused of killinsr the
.Inir of I) Lviil Allshrow. of Port Bvron.
Harry Diehl. a river man, was given
30 days for vagrancy.
The Central I'nion Telephone com
pany asks bids for the old brick house
at 22t isineteontn street, to ue re
jnoved from the premises at once. Ad
dress N. H. Uobkrts, Manager.
Ulve the Children a Orlnk
Called (irain-O. It is a delicious, ap
petizinir, nourishing food drink to
take the place of coffee. Sold by all
grocers ami liked by all who hare
used it liecause when properly pre
pared it tastes like the unest coffee.
but it is free from all its injurious
properties. drain-O aids digestion
and strengthens the nerves. It is not
a stimulant, but a health builder, and
children, as well as adults, can drink
it with great benefit. Costs about
one-fourth as much as coffee. 15 and
A Ud fltrmtetlt.
"John," Kuld Mrs. Thursfoy, "you
were saying yesterday that you were
In financial trouble. I lelleve."
"Ye." Mr. Tbursby replied, "and
I'm terribly worried. I didn't sleep
a wink last night."
"I think I heard you tsny something,
too. nlxut a note held by Mr. Hewitt,
"That's what Is causing the trouble.
If I could yet him to extend the time
on It for ntMitit days, everything
would coinc out all right. I could then
realize on some securities I hold and
get ou my feet, but if be Insists on
payment now I shall have to sncrinVe
my valuable holdings, and this will
practically ruin me."
"Have you asked him for an exten
Bion of the time?"
"Xu. That wouldn't do nny good.
He never favored anybody In his life.
If he knew how I am fixed, h would
I all the more anxious to press tne
for an Immediate settlement."
"Well, don't you worry. dnr. Ills
wife, you know. Is several years older
than I. We met at a party this after
noon, and 1 iike to a lot of women
there of the days when she and I went
to the same school. She turned pale
when I mentioned the fact, fearing,
of course, that I was going to tell how
long ago It was, and that she was sey
eral grades almve me because she was
older, but I put down my pride and
pretended that as I remembered her
she as a little thing In pinafores just
learning hei primer lessons when I
graduated. You go to Hewitt's house
Dow, and when she Is present ask him
to extend the time on that note."
Chicago Times Herald.
During the first century after Christ
tallow was 6 cents a pound; cheese, 14
cents; butter. IS cents; honey, 24 cents;
pcaa, 6 cents, and beans. 10 cents.
Cape Conception. California, was
called after one of the vessel in the
fiett of Cortex.
The Largest Assort'
went and Lowest Prices
in the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
READ THE L!ST
And you will be able to
select a tine list for
your Sunday dinner.
Head lettuce, T.eaf Lettuce.
Itutaliattus, Oyster i'lant,
Spimteh. Hubbard squash,
MIcMkuii Peaclies by the basket,
Apples by the barrel.
lC33Son t ATt. - Tdtpbn 1031.
A MONEY SAVER
We have six hole
steel ranges, asbestos
lined, duplex grates,
warming closet and
white lined oven at
$25. Call and see
and save from $10 to
$15 on a steel range.
324 Twentieth Street. Rock Island
303 W. Third St., Davenport.
Picked From the Jewelry Stock
Never such a complete and tempt
intr arrav to nick from as iust now in
our jewelry store. The choosing of
anniversary puts is maue easy ;.
An -endless variety of useful and
beautiful mementos, and at prices to
suit all possible occasions
We choose at random for mention
hre these hints lit would have been
as easy to lind hundreds as pood, or
Fountain pens, fitted with pold
pens f 1.00
Ladies' pearl penholders, gold
Men's pearl holders, gold pens.
beginning at 1.10
Separate gold pens, fl.10 down
Silver mounted pipes, amber
month pieces 2.65
Opera glasses, beginning at..'.. 3.00
Silver mounted combs . "oc
Sterling silver teaspoons
We have a fresh supply of alarm
clock. TfceH be higher before long,
but we stiil maintain the price at 6dc.
i . Hcciiii a co.
5 t.t rsr ,v
An M. dcK. label
back. Compare our
you from $1 to $5
tl w"1 mcrrrt
$8.90 " 'fWt
I Other Dealers are . Tp?rSF5
I advertising a, bar- ''S'r-Afi?5
gains at $10. " l ' dr -vWffcl
$12.50 Wonders. o S
Men's G S. 2
. '$11.85 ftS W J-
Equal to the other .?t S o - "Nl
fellow's $15 kind. "-J1 ' S HC2j (WV r
Hen's . Ml ' isMMft I 7 -r m
suits ? (V w
Can't match them
for less than $18. WVh
I Men's- h1 mmMB
Suits !- i'V mmsm
$16.50 vW aK Vx "SSW
The perfection of . M(Jf4m
I Fit and E.fgance. 'tpMmm
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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
Buying for two Big Stores in Big Quantities
Enables Us to
on a garment Is a guarantee of your money 's worth or your money
styles and prices with those of all other dealers. IT we fall to save
on your suit or overcoat don't buy. Nothing could bs fairer.
Fancy Hack Cov
In Covert Cloths,
Kerseys and Chev
Your livery Over
coat Thought in ,