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THUS AEGU8, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEK 21, 1899.
Tfa Weather We May Bat.
Threatening weather, with rain t'
nlgbt acd Wednesday. Cooler tonight.
Today's temperature 57.
Q J- H. Srbbieb. Observer.
Stoves at Hynes.
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Buy a borne of Reidy Bros.
Game at Harms1 restaurant.
For Insurance, . J. Barns. '
Game at Harms1 restaurant.
For real estate, . J. Bains.
Game at Harms' restaurant.
J. Ramser, scientific optician.
Anniversary shoe sale at Dollys'.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
List your property with Reidy Bros
Phone Huesing for A. li. C. beer.
J. Kamser's, headquarters for ebony
Universal food choppers lor sale by
burr mers oodin.
Well shod, well clad. See Hurst
for good stylish shoes.
Family groups for Christmas pres.
ents at bmith s studio.
McKown has a few tons of cannel
coal left. Who wants it?
tor bargains in business and rest
dence property inquire of Hull & Co
Big sale of Thanksgiving linens at
McCabe's and the price are mag
Railroad watches at J. Ramser's
agent for the celebrated Webb C. Ball
Ir. Chase has moved his ollice from
the V. M. C. A. building to ItSOO Fifth
Honest dealing is the corner stone
of Hurst's principles in the shoe
Sanitary milk at reasonable prices
j. li. Straver, the South Rock Island
K. 15. McKown is selling lots of hard
wood. hv.J It.-causc it iscbiocc and
can't lte beat.
C. K. Smith's photo rooms. Best
work. Prices reasonable. Opposite
Trinity Improvement guild will
meet at the rectory tomorrow at 2
o'clock p. in.
Special inducements for Christinas
l id it res al iuitn s ptioto rooms, op.
posite Harper house.
The Moline Y. M. C. A. is to be re
organized. One hundred members
have already been secured.
I.'ght on the subject. Call at 328
Twentieth street. Reiser's vapor
lamp, in use all over the city.
Sacred Heart bazar at Armory hall
every night this week. An interest
ing entertainment nightly for visi
A marriage license was issued at
Davenport yesterday to James Bowes,
of Taylor Uidge. and Jessie Barnett, of
J. A. Moran is having plans drawn
ty Architects uraek iv Kerns lor a
f 2,.0'JO residence that he is to erect
in the spring.
Beautiful patterns and unusually
low prices at McCain's sale of Thanks
giving linens. It is the best time of
the year to buy.
I he f. jackets nave created a sensa
tion this week at McC.ibe's. Values
up to f 10. A large variety to pick
from now, but thev are vanishin
I 111 ma Peterson, of Moline. has be
gun suit for divorce in the circuit
court. She charges her husband.
Charles H. Peterson, with cruelty and
The two children of August Kngel?.
who ran away from home alout a
week ago. have leen located in Cable
The girl was brought home today bv
Fav Hawes Camp of Roval Neigh
lors will give a card party at Carse's
hall Tuesday evening, Nov. 21, to
which all Koval Neighbors and friends
will le welcome.
All water rents from Nov. 1. 1S99,
to May 1. 1000. are now due and must
be paid during this month. If not
paid iv Dec. I water will be turned
off without further notice.
The junior basket ball teams of the
Rock Island and Davenport Y. M. C.
A's. met for the third time tkis season
at Davenport last night. Rock Island
was defeated by a score of 12 to 8.
The large hall in Industrial Home
building has been refitted and refur
nished. Parties desiring to rent the
same for invitation dances or social
entertainments can do so by applying
to I. II. lhomas.
Money loaned on personal property
such as Household furniture, horses
wagons, buggies, etc.. without pub
licity or removal. Ktstman & Co
i4iJ second avenue. Ollice open
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
Three great lots of fancy silks. 59
rents, 75 cents and M) cents, at Mc-
Cabe's this week. They are from our
biff Doherty & Wadsworth and Sterl-1
ing Silk Manufacturing company
ourchases. and are worth fully 25 to
60 per cent more than our prices.
W. E. Copp, of this city, and Frank
Gandient, of Davenport, have bought
the business of the Roche Tea compa
ny on Third avenue and will move it
to Seeond avenue in the building now
occupied by the Western Union Tele-
eranh com nan v. which is to locate in
the Harper house block.
Charles Davis, secretary of the
Rock Island Retail Clerks' union, is in
receipt of the organization's charter.
which i numbered 311. from the
headquarters of the national associa
tion at Danver. The Rock Island
clerks are to hold a public meeting at
the Y. M. C. A. auditorium next Mon
The work of constructing the Ter
minal track to cross the Burlington's
spur on First avenue, west of West
Seventeenth street, begun 3'esterday,
was completed this morning. As
stated in vesterday's Atjgis. this
allows the Terminal to enter upon its
till from the west about 75 feet west
of West Seventeenth street.
Mrs. S. A. Kerns, assisted by Mrs.
Cable and Mrs. Samuel Klwarus. will
entertain the Lnlies' Guild of the
Central Presbvterian church at her
home, 802 Second avenue. Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Coffee will be
served and an admission of 10 cents
will be charged. The ladies of the
church and their friends are cordially
invited to Ihj present.
A buggy and a wagon collided on
Ninth street in South Rock Island
last night. Both were damaged. The
occupants of both vehicles held a
meeting to decide who was to blame
for the accident. It was decided
that the driver cf the north-going
rig was on the wrong side of the
street, and a compromise was effected
by the payment of 50 cents to the
owner ot the other vehicle.
Those interested in art and all who
have an eve for the beautiful have
found much to admire at Kingsbury's
art store the past few days. On dis
play there is a collection of the fa
mous Copley prints which are said to
le most, faithful reproductions of the
work of the old as well as the modern
masters. The assortment includes not
only copies of the Madonna that have
the stamp of approval of the art crit-
ics, but the much-praised "Man With
the Hoe," "The Gleaners" and doz
ens ol others for the originals of i
which fortunes have been spent. In
addition to these are marines, pas
torals portraits, and copies of lesser
works, of art that go far toward mak
ing it a striking exhibit and well worth
a visit to see.
ai. k. r.. nuns is circulating a
petition among the property holders
on Seventeenth street, asking for the
carrying on of the pavement of that
thoroughfare from Ninth to Eight
eenth avenue the city limits. Un
der the present law, owners of a ma
jority of the frontage must sign for
the improvement, and nearly the
requisite number of feet are already
represeniea on ine petition, not in
cluding the city's property, I.ongview
park, on the west side of the street.
The purpose is to dispose of the pre
liminaries during the winter so that
the paving can be gone ahead with
the lirst thing in the spring. Seven.
tcentb street is one of the principal
tiioroughtares or the city, and the im
provement proposed will doubtless
meet with general favor, as it will in-
sure another paved inlet to the city.
and greatly enhance the value of prop
erty toward the south limits.
The Largest Assort
mentand Lowest -Prices
In the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
1-2 PRICE 1
Chamber Suit Sale this Week. I
To make room for our immense line of holiday goods, we put on
for this week 2S fine oak, 17 B. E. maple and 12 cherry sample
room suits, at just one-half our regular low prices.
We do exactly as we advertise, so it will well
repay you to visit
A. J. SMITH & SON.
123 and 125 West Third Street, Davenport, la.
About what to order for
your Sunday dinner. Read
the list below and you will
get a tip:
Applrs by the barrel.
TRIP TO PARIS.
ofF Cant at 1000E Jt MrComba for Mont
l'.im". ImT Knrb l.l,tnfl Hfhfwil T
The result of the contest for Young The Light that Pleases.
iV McCumus trip to 1'aris for Rock
Island s most popular school teacher
showed the following up to 10 o clock
Saturday evening. iSov. la:
"Calumet" Does Kct Belcnc to t
Bakir.3 Powder Trust, but Con.
umoraflro Rcpidly Learning
to Ploco Tiioir Trust in
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HellpeDsteli. Miss.. l
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KKau. Hri3lt S;1
redbrick. Miss 1K
VV akeflelJ. Ida Syr
Kel rsir.ss. Miss. ia
Mirfleld. Miss 217
Muse. Addie :s
Churchill. Emma.. 4-"
Hucsiut'. Miss :i:i
Kastman. Mrs St
KlrKpatri- k. Anna In 7
Blviuar.t Charles . 3
Mills. Miss x:
Pratt. Mary II ly
DuuirhertY. L. C.
Frick. Jessie ...
Keunett. 'Anna. .
Hromley. A. T
John-on. Anna .
Anderson. Miss .
KnworthT. Lotue JV
Taylor. Lucy -."rti
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Kodenck Miss 4s
Vour.i. May II
Clark. Rose 14-.'
Youne. K. U .... 2
Anderson. Julia... 4'A
i liams. Iler'.ba . 41
Henderson. Miss. . . 4
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Fltzpatrick.L. 2 s
J. A. liexell S
Reynolds. L. R 20
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The pleasant glow diffused by our
most beautiful, lamps briogs the
glow of pleasure to the counte
nances of all who use them.
Our bu-ners are savers of oil
and givers of light. Won't you
call and look at our stock?
EC K HART'S
319 and 321 Twentieth Street.
McConochie. Hell. .
Murpb v. Mary
FuJsinger. Mi s
PbiiDronk. r. L ...
C. A. WeodeU ....
A res. Sisier Mary
Pearl agate ware for the kitchen.
The demand is steadily growing
Housekeepers are getting tired of
cheap tinware; even the cheaper grades
ot granite ironware hardly answer
nooning utensils cost so little, com-
parativelv, that the best is really the
Pearl agate cooking utensils are the
highest product oi the art of making.
Something better may be made in the
tuture, but it isn t here yet. A kitch
en equipped witn pearl agate ware
will be the housewife's pride. It goes
witn neat, systematic, economical
housekeeping." Handsomely mottled
blue outside, hard, smooth, white
enamel inside, as easy to clean as a
china dish, and (in its place) quite as
attractive. It s worth a good deal
more than it costs.
Reserve tickets to Iowa-Illinois
football game now on sale at Iileuer's
jewelrv store on Second avenue at fl
each. Sale closes Saturday. Nov. 25.
Cf dee pots.
buiIJs up the system; puts pure.
rich Mood in the veins; makes men and
women stroDg and healthy. Burdock
Blood Bitters. At any drug store.
For sale by Marshall & Fisher, drug
The list conld be strung out indefi
nitely. Come and see. The prices
are like all the prices at McCabe'a
less than others would charge (if oth
ers had "pearl agate" ware.)
Plenty of the cheaper grade of gran
Use Good Taste in
This will be an easy and pleasant task when selecting from our matchless stock of correct and exclusive
styles, which abounds with the swellest ideas from the leading manufacturers of the world. We sell only
the best and most reliable makes, and we show the latest fashions as soon as produced, making this
store very attractive to good dressers.
Men's All Wool Suits and
These suits in nobby stripes and
checks, splendidly lined and very
stylish in cut. The overcoats are
of fine covert and kerseys the
best of $io values, your choice of
either suits or overcoats for
Men's Finest Suits and
All the newest patterns, the new
est shades and the newest styles
made only by the best wholesale
tailors equal in cut, finish and
make to the custom tailor's $35
and $40 kind hundreds of differ
ent kinds to select from ranging
in price from
$15 tO $28.
I V 1 UJ
1S9-J - I9pfi .
Men's all Wool Trousers,
Cut in the newest style made
with patent buttons, guaranteed
not to rip, black and fancy striped
patterns actual $2.50 values for
Men's Genuine Madrid Cas-
In neat hair-line patterns in navy
blue and brown shades worth $4
but offered here for only
Men's Fine Dress Pants,
Made of finest foreign worsteds
in newest style stripes and checks,
just the thing to wear with your
dark cutaway or Prince Albert,
elsewhere you will positively pay
$6.50 for the same qualities, our
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
Is stocked with the most fashionable shapes and guaranteeable qualities, so don't forget we are hatters
in as large a sense as clothiers and furnishers.
TWO BIG STORES WITH ONE TINY LITTLE PRICE.
Two Big Stores.
Two Big Stores.
1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St Davenport.
I 8. HoCXBI a CO.