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TUB AEGTIS, SATURDAY, XOVEMBISR 4, 1899.
TIM TMthcr We May Kara.
Fair tonight mnd Sunday; slightly
'. Today's temperature 49.
J. H. Shkbieb, Observer.
Stores at Hyces'.
Use Owatonna flour.
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Bny a borne of Beidj Bros.
For insurance, . J. Barns.
For real estate, . J. Barns.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
Botterine. the best, at Schroeder's.
List your property with Eeidy Bros.
Phone Huesing for A. B. C. beer.
Game and oysters at Harms' res
taurant. Bovs' knee nants 50 cents, So aimers
& La Velle.
Plenty of vegetables at Hess Bros,
A snap in clover Iowa prairie hay
at Cash & Son's.
Now is the time to use Uwatonna
Boy's reefers and top coats. Som
mers" & La Velle.
Buy wacches and solid gold jewelry
at J.. Ramser's.
Splendid kersey men's pants $1.65.
Sommers & La Velle.
Little chaps' suits at little prices.
Sommers & La Velle.
See the new British toe sold by
Hurst, He Cuts the Price.
Our goods sell on their merit.
Hurst. He Cuts the Price.
Our ten dollar men's suits are a
wonder. Sommers & La Velle.
Derby ribbed" underwear, 50 cents
a garment. So m nil era & La Velle.
Cash & Son will Monday unload
a carload of old corn. Order now.
Plenty of dressed chickens, turkeys
and ducks at Hess liros'. tnis evening.
Large assortment of pocketbooks,
card cases and bill- books at J. Ram
ser's. Physicians recommend Ramser's
spectacles for all eye trouble and head
ache. Call and examine the large line of
fall and winter puttings at Gus Eng
lin's. Call and see what Gus Enplin can
do for you in the way of a fall or win
Just received a new line of the very
latest suitings. Don't fail to see
them. E. F. Dorn.
You can't miss it by having J. Ram
ser lit yeu with a pair of eye glasses
or spectacles: always sure.
You cannot fail to be pleased with
the pretty styles that are on display
in fail and winter suitings at J. B.
One fare plus f i for round trip via
C, K- I- & P. tailway Nov. 7 and 21
to a number of points in the west,
north and northwest.
Economy is the direct road to
wealth, and in no way is this more evi
dent than in buying footwear. Buy
of Hurst, He Cuts the Price.
Rough effect" overcoats, black,
blue, olive and gray colurs, the pro
duct of the best manufacturer in the
country. Sommers & La Velle.
Horn's suits are faultless in fit, and
his stock of suitings includes the very
latest of everything in that line. Make
your selection there and you will be
sat is tied.
If vou are seeking a genteel, well-
dressed appearance, tnen array your
self in one of Dorn's suits. Stylish
natterns and srood tailoring make
Now is the time to get your over
coat made. We can please you in
anything you want. The largest line
and the latest srood s in the market at
E. F. Dorn's. the tailor.
William Klucker, 272'J Eight-and-a-half
avenue, is suffering with an in-
iurv to his left band, which was
crushed at the Rock Island sash and
door works, where be is employed.
Fall and winter suitings in all the
proper patterns for business and dress
wear at J. H. Zi miner company's.
The tit is faultless and the workman
ship all that is the best in modern
Money loaned on personal property
such as'household furniture, horses.
wagons, buggies, etc., without pub
licity or removal. Lastman & Co.,
1712 Second avenue. Umce open
Monday. Wednesday and Saturday
Here's a wolf that died a martyr.
His pelt was brought to the county
clerk's office and the bounty paid for
it yesterdav. Mr. Wolf, in penetrat
ing the wilds of Moline. was caught
napping by Charles Lindbcrg. who
poured a load of shot into him while
i i - . i : 1. 1 I 1
ne was exploring iu iuo ucijjowiuuuu
of Tenth avenue in our sister city
early Wednesday morning.
Charles Ullemeyer is now installed
in his new drugstore across the street
, INJURIOUS ,
( lH I
V PRICE J
from his old stand, 723 Seventeenth
street, where bis genialty and compe
tent administering to the ailing pub
lic will be carried on as before in ad
dition to having a commodious and
neatly stocked medicinal emporium
that is worthy of praise to its propri
etor. A chansre in the manner of sound
ing-alarms of fire bas been introduced
by uniel (Jnarles Hastings tnai is not
likely to prove as satisfactory as the
the old plan of denoting by whistle
the number of the box from
which the call was sent
in. Chief Hastings' new arrrange
ment is for the waterworks whistle
to sound one long blast for the gener
al alarm, to be followed by short toots
corresponding with the number of the
ward in which the fire is located
the same as in the old volunteer days
before we had the advantage of the
MOST POPULAR WOODMAN.
Contest in Connection With Trl-Clty Slid
The coupon above is to vole on,
who is the most popular Woodman
in Rock Island. The prize is a hand
some gold watch valued at $ 35, on
exhibition in the window of H. D.
FolsoBi, the jeweler. All coupons
must contain a stamp, which are for
sale at one cent each at Thomas' drug
store, H. D. Folsom's jewelery
store and the Harper house
pharmacy. All votes without
stamps are void and will not be
counted. One cent for each vote
may accompany coupons and the
stamp will be put on. The contest
will be decided on the last evening of
the Tri-City Mid-Winter Fair. Pure
Food and Flower show that opens at
the Saengerfest ball, Davenport, for
oae week commencing Dec. 3, closing
the 10th. Send or mail all coupons
to Searle & Marshall, state's attorney's
office, at the court house, where they
will be put in a ballot box.
Nov. 2. John Tindall to Anna M.
(iilmore et al, undHots 1 and 2. block
1. nndj lots 1. 2, 11 and 12, block 4,
old town of Milan, und lot 10, asses
sor's plat 16, 17, 2w, und se 16, 17,
Luenna L. Irvin toEmeline Ohaver,
s 75 feet lot 3, H. S. Case's subdiv.,
lot 7, sej 2, 17, 2 w, $2,500.
Nov. 3. Anna S. Bratt, et al, to
John Dittman, lot 5, block 8. and w
24 feet lot 5. block 2, Coal Valley,
Anson Candee to William C. Cow
ley, Jr., lot 2, Candee's sub div., t
350 feet out lot 2, Candee Grove. $250.
Mary VV. Billings to Adolf Hofer.
lot 2. nwj 6; wj lot 2. ne frl J 6, 16.
2w; tract bv metes swj 31, 17, 2w,
George Smith, of Erie, and Andrew
Smith, of Sheffield, Iowa, were lined
$2 and costs each for drunkenness.
The hearing of Jakey Shomer and
E. Stein, on the charge of disturbing
a religious gathering, was postponed
There will be a heavy wild tish lunch
at the Senate tonight.
Fine oyster lunch at Ponce De Leon
6aloon this evening. Opposite postol
tice, on Second avenue. All are in
vited. liamblinc; "House Held I" p.
Minnenioll8. Nov. 4. A Minneapolis
gamMing house was held up last even
inn at the joint of a pi by a young
man Kivinp the name of Ueortre Stark,
of Wahpeton. X. D. He bad lost a
few dollars, wheu he suddenly drew a
revolver, and -overinR the employes
of the house tore open the cash drawer
iu the faro lay-out and took $23.'.
Keeping the ttersous In the place cov
ered with his revolver he backed out
and dashed down the street. A pass
ing policeman captured the robler aft
er a run of two blocks, but only two
$20 bills were found in hlspossession.
What a Well Known Railroad Han
and resident of Lima thinks of Foley's
Kidney Cue. I have been troubled a
great deal with the backache. I was
induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure
and one bottle entirely relieved rur.
I gladly recommend it to any one,
especially my friends among the
train men. who are very generally
similarly afflicted. George IL Hau
san. Engineer on L. E- & W. railway.
A delightful hotel in Chicago is The
Lancaster. Wabash avenue and Twen-tv-tirst
street, convenient to the Ele
vated, Wabash avenue and State street
cars. Just far enough away from the
business district to avoid noise and
dirt, but near enough for all theatres
and evening recreation. Large pleas
ant rooms; 75 centsand np; European
plan. Special rate to guests staying
a week or more. Fine restaurant and
bar in connection. Moderate prices.
No matter how long you have had
the cough; if it hasn't already devel
oped into consumption. Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrnp will core it. For
sale by Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
Votlog Coupon, g
WHO 19 THE MOST gpS
I'Ol'l'LAK WOODMAN C CENT. 8
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The Largest Assort
mentand Lowest Prices
In the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
Time is Valuable
and you can save time by
reading the list below and
ordering your groceries by
phone. Orders received by
phone receive prompt at
tention. See below:
AppUs by the barrel.
t ress d Oucks
lSaOSsm ATI." IiUtfcoa 1031.
Stop and See
Display of 25 cent
Who carves at your house?
Whoever does, the knife ought to be
sharp. Nobody can carve well with a
If it is poor metal, you can't keep it
sharp; if it's good, three or four good
strokes (the right way) on a good
steel is all it needs. We'd like to
show you there are a great many
people who don't know the quick and
right way to use a sieei.
Our earring knives and forks, carving sets
and steels come from the best makers in
America and that means the best in the
world. The only thing about them that ln t
at the top i the price-: ana mat s wnere we
policv of this store (the beat goods for less
than elsewhere) comes in-
We se!l carving knives and forks for7c.
worth Si. : knife, fork and ateel for 11. Jft in
stead of (1.6a. These are plain finish, but the
very bet steel. Finer finish, silver bolsters,
back-horn handles, eto . cost mora -but not as
much more here as eisewhere.
The same factory these carvers come
from sends us a food-chopper which
no housekeeper would be withont,
once seen at work.
Chops all kinds of meat, raw or cooked, and
all kinds of fruits and vgetbles. Has three
cutters coarse, medium and line. Ioe away
with the chopping bowl, and chops doesn t
Made to sell for IZ; our price 11 5a
A cook book with each food chopper.
L 8. UcOABM CO.
Other Dealers are
advertising as bar
gains at $10:
$ 1 2.50 Wonders.
Equal to the other
fellow's $15 kind.
Can't match them
for less than $iS.
The perfection of
Fit and Elegance.
An M. K. label on a garment Is a guarantee of your money's worth or
back. Compare our styles and prices with those of all other dealers. If wc
you from $1 to 55 on your suit or overcoat don't buy. Nothing could bs
Mantels, Grates, Tiling
And Brick Fireplaces.
BEFORE DECIDING OX THE FINISH OF YOUR FIRE
PLACE SEE DESIGNS OF THE
Philadelphia and Boston Face
WHOSE SKETCH BOOK OF NEW DESIGNS MAY BE
HAD EITHER DIRECT, OR OF
A. J. SMITH & SON.
AGENTS FOR THIS VICINITf.
Buying for two Big Stores in Big Quantities
Enables Us to
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and 125 West Third Street, Davenport, la.
Fancy Back Cov
In Covert Cloths,
Kerseys and Chev
Your Every Over
coat Thought in
fall to save