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THE AC&US, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1899.
Jlia Weather We May Have.
Partly cloudy with tbawen tonight
Today 's temperature 54.
J. H- Shieiib, Observer.
Men, read Adams' ad.
Foot balls at Spencer's.
Fresh iishatlless Eros'.
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Fresh fiih at Schroeder'p.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For Insurance, E. J. Barns.
Boxing gloves at Spencer's.
Punching bags at Spencer's.
For real estate, E. J. Ban s.
Agrippagolf balls at Spencer's.
Dressed ducks at Schroeder's.
Dressed chickens at Schroder's.
Patee Crest bieye'es at Spencer's,
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Foot bulls only f 1.50 at Spencer's.
Mussel burg golf balls at Spencer's.
Phone Iluesing for A. It. C. beer.
Fresh Fish at Hess Bros', tomorrow.
Rugby pattern foot balls at Spen
cer a only f 1.60.
Artistic millinery at Young & Mo
isoinos . lowest price.
A new lot of up-to-date mackintosh
coats at Stewart s, the hatter.
Five-dollar purchase or over a sou
venir free, i oung & McCoiiihs.
No mistake about Adams' being
the headquarters for men s shoes
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat
urday evening. Admission 'Jii cents
Dou't neglect your eves. Consult
Dr. Ia (Grange at once. Kxaminaliou
Hess Bros, will have plenty of fresh
lake and river lish tomorrow. Phone
You can bur an umbrella anywhere.
but for a good oi:c go to Stewart's, the
Dr. La (Jrtvnge, the expert optician.
will 1 at Fred Blcuer's jewelry store
Buy your fall good.- and mcrchan
disc at 1 uung & McCoiubs . Souve
see Adams line i f'..u men s
shoes. Nothing like them in the city
lor the price.
No matter how mnny have failed to
lit your eves. Dr. La (Jrango will
guarantee your rase.
Keep dry by wearing one of those
rainproof mackintosh coats, just the
right kind, at Stewart s, the batter.
Dr. La orange, the expert optician.
will be at Bleiier s lewclrv store Sat
urday, Oct. 'JH, for free consultation
Why is Adams having the men's
trade. J One reason, he has the assort
ment and th prices are so reasonable.
The Woman's Veteran Relief union
will hold its regular meeting in Me
mori:tl lk 1 ' Kriilnv Afternoon m t 2
Hundreds of grateful people testify
to the wonderful skill ol lr. l.a
(J range in littinjr glasses after local
specialists had failed.
A reat assortment of men's shoes
at f J. 60. Enamels, box calf, vici kid
patent leather, storm calf and colt-
skins. This assortment only at
Failing eyesight restored bv prop.
erly titled glasses. Consult Dr. C.
La (Jrange. specialist, Saturday, with
ired Uleuer. 10 Second avenue
Consultation and advice free.
The apearance of a leak in the old
bottom of settling basin No. 1 of the
reservoir led to an investigation yes
terdav afternoon and the discovery of
a slight break, which will be readily
Money loaned on personal property
such as household furniture, horses,
wagons, buggies, etc., without pub
licity or removal. Eastman & Co ,
1712 Second avenue. Ollice open 9
a. m. to 9 p. m.
The city council, at its special
meeting yesterday afternoon. inspected
and accepted the Forty-fourth street
improvement and ordered the con
struction of a sewer on Twenty-second
street south to Twelfth avenue
The ftecoud lecture in the University
Extension course will be given tomor
row evening by Dr. E. F. Bartholo
mew at the High school assembly
room; subject, The Psychological
Foundations of Practical Life Social
A delightful program of the highest
order is promised the music loving
public in tho concert to be given by
Miss Sonntag and Spencer Robin"
son at Y. M. C. A. hall this evening.
The readings by Miss Morey will add
variety and entertainment. Tickets
rj'ieione ana iieaucliamp, who was
one of the principal lieutenants of the
Conqueror and was rewarded with the
lands at Warwick, into "Beecham"
would readily call High Holborne
"'Iebobon" .and Lodgate Hill "Lu-
irnt'ill." Indeed the English of the cab
and bus driver, bright as they are In
their own employments. Is not readily
understood. One has to ask a bus con
ductor more than once as to the identi
ty of the place to which he is bound.
for in calling out the cames there Isn't
the faintest resemblance to what he
considers the proper pronunciation.
L ! I
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
Budget of New leathered In the Town on
Milan, Oct. 26. (Jus McCarty is
again able to be around after the oper
ation performed on his foot two weeks
Art O'Neal spent Sunday at home.
Al Vanderslice. of Omaha, visited
bis parents Sunday'.
Mrs. Hugh Robison, of Black Hawk,
has been very ill the past week.
Miss Jesse Lee, of Moline,. spent
Sunday among friends in Milan.
lie v. J. t. no li n son and family, of
Mohne, visited in Milan Tuesday.
A he ttoyal .Neighbors will give their
postponed dance ndav evening.
Camp No. tt, M. . A., initialed
four new members Tuesday evening.
Miss Anna Wiegle, who. has been
very ill, is now able to be around
J he rock crusher that was pur
chased by the village some time ago,
is still idle.
Miss Maud Bosselmau returned
home last week after spending two
weeks in Iowa.
The mud holes on the toll road
have not yet been lixed and are get
ting worse every rain.
ork on the residence of II. S. lil-
bern is progressing rapidly and it will
soon be ready for occupancv.
A number of friends were present
with Mr. and Mrs. Frtd Kuehl Sunday
to celebrate their 25th wedding anni
Henry Kennedy has accepted a posi
tion as engineer ou a stone crusher in
Rock Island. His family will stav in
Milan for the present.
C. H. Harris, the photographer, is
now the proud possessor of the two
bears and two elks which caused so
much trouble sonie time ago. He
bought them from his brother.
Several bovs were brought before
Police Magistrate Caldwell, bv the
village marshal, on a charge of dis
turbing the eaco. They were in the
act of serenading a newly wedded
couple. Tho lines were suspended on
promises of good behavior.
lbe Indies Aid society of the 1 res-
byterian church held its regular
meeting last Friday at the home of
Mrs. James Hvnes in Bowling. The
members came with tilled baskets,
and after dinner attended to business
matters. They returned in tho even
ing, having .-pent a very pleasant
MOVE TO ABOLISH A TAX.
That on Sales on the Floor of Board of
Cincinuntl. Oct. 'Jo. The Enquirer
says this morulni;: A movement Is
leing inaugurated looking to the
chance in the Avar revenue law by tin?
lext congress by which the tax upon
sales on the floors of chambers of com
merce and boards of trade will be
done away with.
The movement has lnen started by
the t'lilcairo Hoard of Trade. and u com
munication has leen received by the
'inciiinati Chamber of Commerce from
that liody nskini; co-operation by the
appointment of a committee and other
joint action. The iiicinuatl chamber
will no doubt co-operate.
Illinois anil ITItcaniln Coal Heeler.
Madison. Wis.. Oct. 2".. AlMHlt fifty
delegates are here flttentdilisr the lie-
tail l 'on I Dealers Association of Wis
consin and Northern Illinois. Members
of the nsoseiation say its aim is not to
regulate prices but to extend its mem
bership and make a stand acaiust the
practice followed bv some wholesalers
of shipping direct to consumers. L.
Hull, of Oak Park. Ills., is president
of the association, and It. t. Urowu,
of Oshkosh. Wis., vice president.
Open-f fitters in Marylan-.
Cutntierlnnd. Md.. Oct. 20. The gov
ernors of New York and Maryland and
half a dozen local spell-binders bepan
yesterday morning at daylight a forty-
eieht hour trip through tin- western I AT McCABE'S.
part or the oriole Mate in the interest
of its chief executive, who is a candi-
late for re-election ou the Republican
The Largest Assort
mentjand Lowest Prices
la the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
te.S i a
I .A.. J. SMITH & SON.
FURNITURE AND CARPET OUTFITTERS.
Are showing the most extensive assortment in all departments.
We save you from 10 per cent to 15 per cent on your outfit.
Compare our prices, and you will buy here.
Ask for your ballot?, one vote with
every 10c cash purchase.
With each 10c One Vote.
A. J. SMITH & SON.
123 and 125 West Third Street, Davenport, la.
READ THE LIST
Anil you will be able to
select a line list for
your Sunday dinner.
Michlir.iti Peaches by the basket,
Apples by lbe barrel.
Just received a larjre assortment
in all 9izes which we will place
on sale at
5, 10, 15, 20 and 25c.
Apiece. Retter see if you don t
need one. leu ran t bo witlioul
one at these prices.
Will Confer on Better Wag-en
Kali Iliver. Mass.. Oct. XI The Man
ufacturers' association yesterday de
cided to accept the invitation of tin
IalKr unions to confer on the nuestiou
of hiiiii's. not tnat bey liebeve it a
pood time to iucr':ise wages, but to
tcive tbe uieii a bearinc.
I. on don Word Ratrkm.
Time is reijuirel by an American ear
to accustom itself to Knjrlish "as she
Is Koke" In London. The cockney who
had no difficulty of corrupting the Nor
man Kreuch. makiut; Koute de Uoy
"Itotteu row" and Marie le IUhi "Ms-
lloi.M rormillt 1're.enled to Dewey.
Wasbinirton. Oct. . The bouse
on Klioile isianM avenue reivuiiy pur
chased for Admiral Iewey by opiiIar
subscription was formally turned over
to hint yesterday by Assistant Nhtp-
tarv Vanderlip and I nited Mates
Treasurer Uoln-rts. of the Ievey home
committee. It cost alwut $."i4.oti.
Klo Craade on a Itoom,
San Antoui.. Tex.. Oct. 2tL The Itio
tlrande river is mi m lxioni ami Is
thrt'.V.cutUi; .he buildiugs at Fort
Chicago ' is famohs for its hotels.
One of those that has done its full
share to make this reputation is The
Lancaster, formerly the " Woodruff.
Ixwated at Wabash avenue and Twenty-first
street, it is easily reached by
a'lO-iuinute street car "ride. Large
luxurious rooms, with all modern
conveniences, tempt the tired traveler
at very moderate prices. 75 cents and
up. Kuropean plan. Special weekly
rates. Choice restaurant ad tine
Agate ware cooking utensils.
As much better than common gran
ite iron as granite iron is better than
Agate ware cooking vessels will be
the content of every neat hou se
keeper's heart. A handsome mottled
blue outside, white and clean and
smooth as a china dish inside, and
absolute v safe to use. Double coated
with a bard vitreous coveriog, they
do not wear out, but keen bard
smooth and bright as porcelain to tbe
end. And the cost is but a trille for
We have just received and put on
sale a full line of this haudsomest and
Lest wearing kitchen ware.
Housekeepers who know how much
house work is lightened by the right
kitchen outfit to work with will like
to see it.
Tea and coffee pots, preserving and
cooking kettles, pnddiDg pans, dish
pans, rice boilers, spoons, cups, dip
pers, etc. a full line of articles
I S. McCAUK CO.
Buying for two Big Stores in Big Quantities
Enables Us to
Undersell, a Others,
Other Dealers are
advertising as bar
gains at $io.
Equal to the other
fellow's $15 kind.
Can't match them
for less than $18.
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, a MS- a. E-IT V JV
Hi The perfection of
Fit and Elegance.
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Iff ' 21$$ i ? A jp
Fancy Hack Cov
In Covert Cloth?,
Kerseys and Cheviots.
Your Hvery Over
coat Thought in
An M. & K. label on a garment Is a guarantee of your money's worth or your money
back. Compare our styles and prices with those of all other dealers. If we fall to save
you from $1 to $5 on your suit or overcoat don't buy. Nothing could bz fairer. '