Mr. Phillips Leaves
Mr. Phillies l«ft Sunday Night
for the East to confer with Parties
who are contemplating Purchasing
a large interest in the big store—
should this deal go through Mr.
Phillips will secure competent bus
iness men to assist him in manag
ing a business that has grown too
large for one man to handle—in the
meantime the stock must be re
duced and even Lower Prices will
be made. Do not hesitate, as sale
may be closed and prices with
drawn any day.
10 yd bolt oi English
Summer Dresses 75c
Ladies' White Duck Skirts
and Fancy Trimmed
I'e Style Waists .... jC
Ladies' $2.00 and $2.50 New
Style Wash Dresses,
Lawns and Ginghams
Any of our Finest Silk Satin
Sun Bonnets, 5c
Solid Oak Sideboard with
large French 7
Chase leather couch, solid
a am as iv a
Large size steel
Full size coil Springs CA
Full size Iron beds,
2-burner Gas and
19c Barometers, an
It's name Is "Tartar. It's an
Insidious enemy, therefore ths
attacks the enamel of your
teeth around and beneath the
edge of the gums. Its begin
are discernible to professional
PROFESSIONAL EXAM INA-
TION NO CHARGES
Professional Attendance Mod-
Dr. W. L. Dunning,
WILL BE "SEEN IN YOUR FURNI
TURE AFTER BETNG OVERHAUL
ED AT THIS SHOP.
UPHOLSTERING IS OUR WORK.
Old Phone 286-R New r'^cme 729-Y.
1G West Second
Farmington Liquor Seller Held.
Farmington, Aug. 11.—A Gocherell
•was taken before Justice "Vance yes
terday afternoon, charged with main
taining- a nuisaricc. County Attorney
Karwood wns present and directed the
filing of the complaint. This is the
first liquor caso in the county under
Um new Co3Son law.
10 yards of good 5c
12.50 New Style Taffeta Silk
Jumper Suits, extra A AQ
New Style Tailored Jacket
Wash Suits regular
5.00 grade only
II Skirts for -19c
Ladies White Duck Skirts
Trimmed with Self A A„
Ladies' $1,98 Wash Skirts
Button down the QQr»
front, latest style.... JfO
Ladies 5.00 Panama and Sic
ilian Skirts, beauti
Floor size #8 Tapes-
Our §13.50 Tapestry
floor size 9x12,
Large 9x12 Wool
10 yard Dress Pattern oi India Linen tor 28c. 50c Lawn Kimonos for 19c.
Ladies 7.50 Voile Skirts lat
est fall novelty, Jet
.Ladies 1.00 Black Imitation
56 piece Complete
Large floor size, 9x12^
try Rugs, 7x9 only..
Rugs. §10 grade
Axminster 1 O
Carpets 29c yd
Yard wida wool car
our manufacturing department
is so well equipped with needed
machinery and skilled men that
no Job is too difficult for that
If you could see some of tho
elegant work done in this de
partment you would then real
ize that we can do any kind ot
If you have some old golrt^
bring it to us and tell us what
you wish made from this old
We'll surprise yo^.
g. (i®. iJjcasfoara
120 East flDain Street
10 yard Dress Pattern
of 10c Wash Goods....
QQ Vulcan Toasters, best
5c Cotton Toweling for.....
6c fast color Ginghams
5c unbleached Muslin
5c Lav^ps and india Linens.
Boys' 69c Wash Suits
A table of Laches' long sleeve
new style 50c Waists
Choice of any new style
embroidery or lace A«
Choice of any of our new
style 1.50 and 1.75 tailored
Choice of any of our
style 2.50 wash silk *i 1 A
or cotton waists
Choice of 2,50 silk, net ~r
tailored and fancy
tailored and fancy -fl JQ
$5 Sole Leather Suit Cases $3.98
GRESTQN TO GET
NEXT ANNUAL CONVENTION OF
THE SOUTH WESTERN IOWA
SOCIETY HELD THERE.
Council Bluffs, Aug. 11.—At a meet
ing of the board dl directors of the
Southwestern Iowa Horticultural so
ciety held here this week, it was
decided that the next annual conven
tion and exhibit of the organization
will be in the city of Creston on De
cember i, 8 and 9. Paul S. Junkin,
editor of the Advertiser, and Hyati
Barnhill, of Creston, presented the
claim of the city of Creston as
proper and convenient point of hold
ing the convention and the board b?
vote acceded to their request and
named Creston as the meeting place.
The society is composed of aboi
100 of the prominent fruit raisers in
southwestern Iowa and is organized
for the purpose of promoting the in
terests of the horticulturists of this
part of the state. J. M. Bechtel, for
many years genet al iranager of nie
Burlington system, who resides at
Hamburg and operates a large fruit
farm, is president of the organization.
At the meeting in December an ex
hibit of all kinds of fruits grown in
this portion of the state will be made
and the display will be free to nil
those who are interesteC or care to
see what a really great fruit country
southwestern Iowa is. All the most
prominent horticulturists of the state
and many noted fruit raisers from
other parts of the United States wll
be present and discuss many ques
tions of interest to the fruit grower.
Figures Given for Criminal Costs.
Des Moines, Aug. 11.—Statistics pre
pared at Des Moines show that Lee
county is the third in the state of
Iowa in the amount of money expend
ed in presecuting and convicting crim
inals of high and low degree. The ex
penditure in this county was $6,267.
95. Polk leads with $40,261.14 and
Scott county was second with $17,995.
01. In flfty-flve of the counties of Iowa
it cost during the past nine months
$232,917 to convict 532 criminals.
%d Week of Phillips' Big Store's
sale progresses—Goods are being wholesaled to other merchants at less than
wholesale prices—you can buy by the yard or by the single piece as cheap as a mer
chant can buy by the bolt or dozen. Even our New Fall poods included in this
sale—Read this ad carefully, every item will be sold exactly as advertised.
10 yard Dress Pattern AO.
of 35c Wash Goods
Ladies' 75c fine cambric draw
ers, two rows of inser-f)Qp
tion and edge 7
2bc Umbfella Drawers "J *7
extra wide only
Fine Muslin Gowns and Slip
overs. best workman- A
ship, for ..AryL
Ladies' 75c Skirts, tucks, em
broidery or lace A A
39c Corset Covers, two rows
of insertion and lace
Children's 15c Parasols for 9c
All $1.00 Underwear for 76c.
All $1.50 Underwear for 98c.
All $2.00 Underwear for $1.48.
Rapid Ice Cream "J AQ
Freezers, 3.50, 2.50.. ,/Q
2 dozen Hooks and Eyes.
2 pieces Ironing Wax
1 box Mourning Pins
1 yard Tape Measure ...
Men's 12.50 worsted
new style Suits. ...
of Business Sale
New and even greater Bargains are being placed on sale from day to day as the
4-Ball Croquet Sets 69c
$1 Guaranteed Black Tatteta Silks only 69c a yard.
FOR OLD SETTLERS
MASS MEETING HELD AND ALL
FOR BIG CELEBRATION
Seymour, Aug. H—(Special.)—At a
large and enthusiastic mass meeting
held in C. A. Conger's office Tuesday,
Aug. 10, arrangements were made for
the celebration of Old Settlers' Day,
which will be observed Saturday, Aug.
28. The following committees were ap
Program—Rev. Clemens, Byron
Huschar, J. S. Stamps.
Finance—John La Follette, Charles
West, J. M. Ruby.
Grounds—George F.lmore, N. C.
MIcheal, Aaron Inman, Mrs. Charles
West, Mrs. C. A. Conger, Mrs. Wesley
Music—Mrs. J. C. Calhoun. Allie
Clark, Ezra Hays, Hazel Wickham,
Mrs. H. E. .vlorrison.
Band—W. B. Perkins, Andy Gump,
Amusements—W. B. Perkins, J. S.
Stamps, John Huschar, Sam Bonner,
Speaker—W. L. Harris, Bev. A. E.
Clemens, Rev. L. M. Beebe.
Prlviliges—W. L: Harris, John Jam
ison. Hiram Morrison, Dr. C. W. Ban
ning, Dr. Magers.
Advertising—John Adams, Byron
Haschar, C. A. Conger.
Marshal of the day—Joseph Luce.
C. A. Conger, President,
J. S. Stamps, Secretary.
NEW FACTORY TO START.
Muscatine, Aug. 11.—The Muscatine
Pearl Co. will start operations at their
new plant on East Sixth street in a
couple of days. It was the intention
of the management to begin th's
morning, bpt owing to some delay
the plant will start about Thursday.
The plant will employ about 90 people
and will be a great addition to the
industrial life of this city. A large
steam engine has been installed aii'l
has been in running order for the past
week. The machines are nearly all
in stad it is thought that these will
be in readiness for work by tonight.
The building has been completed for
a number of weeks and the filling in
about the outside of the building has
5 yards of Apron or 1 'T™
Dress Gingham for.:..
Infants' Fast Black
Children's 15c White
Lace Hose, all sizes.
Ladies' and Children's guar
anteed Whet Leather 1 A
1 5 1
Ladies' 25c Lace and Fine
Gauze Feet Hose in
black, tan and colors
43-enuine Burson Full Fash
ioned 25c ribbed Top
ALL 35c HOSE FOR 2&o.
ALL 50c HOSE -ft 39c.
All $1.00 HOSE FOR 75c.
Ladies' 10c white wash Belts tor 5c
5c Cotton Bats
75c Hammocks for 49c
Men's 7.50 good wear
ing old style suits ..
15c and 19c Wash Belts...
15c Satin Taffeta Ribbons.
15c Jap Silk Fans
15c Side and Back Combs.
A DECIDED CUT
REPORT OF BURLINGTON OFFICE
INDICATES FALLING OFF OF!
$20 IN PAST YEAR.
Burlington, Aug. 11.—The receipts
of the internal revenue office located
at Burlington for the Fourth Iowa d's
trict, comprising all southern Iowa
show a decrease of $20,000 for the
year ending July 1, 1909. The an
nual report of Collector H. O. Weav
er has been received at Washington
and is made public in the report of
the commissioner, which was receiv
ed at the local offices today.
The total collections for the Fourth
Iowa district for the past twelve
months amounted to $540,476.87, a de
crease of $20,000 compared with the
business of the year previous.
The decrease in revenue of the
fourth district was directly due to the
liquor legislation. The acts afTectod
the business in every city in the dis
trict Burlington, Des .vioines, Daven
port, Muscatine, Ottumwa, Council
Bluffs, Keokuk and other places. It
further predicted that the internal
revenue for the coming year will show
a much greater decrease.
The revenue receipts for the entire
United States for the year were $246,
212,719.22, a decrease 'of $5,483(230.82.
The entire collections for Iowa were
$967,593, of which the southern die
trlct turned In $540,476.87, which is
The decrease in revenue, was pr'n
cipally In three articles: Spirits, fer
mented liquors and process butter.
The only increase was on tobacco.
ODD FELLOWS PLAN BIG TIME.
Annual picnic at Suburban Island on
Labor Day—Athletic Events and
Contests All Day.
Davenport, Aug.' 1J..—The bi? annual
picnic of the Odd Fellows of District
No. 82, including Davenport and the
vicinity, will be held Monday, Sept. 6,
Labor Day, at Suburban Island, and
the committees are making extensive
preparations for the event The celo
bration will take place all day. There
will be athletic events aud contents of
New Style White Silk Shirt Waists for 98c.
lot of Muslin A^
ffle Curtains for...... jv
Odd lot of short
Health the Cause
Having built up the largest re
tail business in Ottumwa at the ex
pense of his health, Mr. Phillips
after spending two months in bed
and four months in recuperating,
finds that he must take life easier,
spend the winters in a warmer
climate and take several months
of absolute rest, he is now seeking
to dispose of his store or secure a
partner with ability, health and
energy sufficient to take his place.
Odd lot of Lace
Best 50c Tape Girdle
75c new model Corsets A A
with 4 supporters....
New Fall Models American
Lady and Ifvoyal Wor
Ladies' 5c ribbed
Any of our best 10c
3 Hemstitched White
50c large size Hand
Bags, extra special
Men's 50c Work
Little Boys' newst
69c Wash Suits....
Any of our Boys' $1
Wash Suits now....
Boys'39c gingham fl Of*
waists, 5 to 14
Boj's' 50c serviceable rt[*
Boys' $2 hard finished worst
ed knee pants school
new style suits
Boys' and girls' ging- f% P»
ham rompers only ... V-
Underwear 3 l-2c
Ladies' 10 gauze Vests
taped neck 02*-/
15c gauze Vests, beau- "J A
Ladies' 39c gauze Union Suits
with lace trimmed um-1A~
brella Drawers Ju
Ladies' 50c extra fine QA
Special Bargains in Infants'
Underwear of all
Ladies' $3 Hats tor 98c
69c Soft Collar OI\/»
Choice of 200 pairs of Ladies'
$2 and $2.50 Sandals A
and Slippers O
Another table of Ladies' Ox
fords and low shoes, fl
A table of Ladies' Patent
leather lace shoes, 12 AQ a
and $3 grades O
A table of Men's Satin Calf
lace shoes, $2 grade AO
sizes 6 and 7 A
The Call of the Coast
Not since the World's Fair at Chicago has there been such an almost^
universal interest in any travel attraction as in the
ALASKA• YUKON PACIFIC EXPOSITION
at Seattle. The whole country Is talking about, it and that wonderful north*'
western country, with its magnificent resources of ranch and orchard, mine
and forest and almost unlimited natural water power, not to mention th»
fine scenery, all of which are Just beginning to be generally known and ap:
You Ought to See this Country
with its rapidly growing wealth, population and modern cities and
what it may offer to your sons this six thousand mile Journey is a
education and it costs only $55.40 for the round trip.
Don't Forget August 12 is Iowa Day at the ExiKjplt^on
Ask me for our Exposition folder tel
ling all about the trip and the
championship caliber, indoor baseball
in the morning, the regulation game
in the afternooh between crack ama
teur teams and other contests
Everything with which to entertain
the crowd and make life p'c-ifi.nt will
be Bhipped to the island. Those w'no
desire may take dinner baskets or
havo their meals served at the inn.
Tut* proceeds will be do'ccel to the
fund tcr the entertainment of the
grand lodge which meets in Daven
port Oct. 18 to 23.
'Ihe committees fo,- 'he y'nifS are:
General committee—J. A. Doran and
R'.ulaway—Mrs. Newton noble'grand
of th« Scott Zedokah RebttUstlis.
Dance Floors—W. Hhuuk.
Boiling Alleys—E. E. Hiaatsd."''
Racing Contests—L. B. Morrow.
Baseball—J. A. Doraa.
Other Contests—A. Schlltz,
For the Grand Lodgs.
This October in Davenport will be
Infants' genuine don
Children's spring heel
shoes, 5 to 8 ..
W. S. PARKER, Agent,
Burlington Rout^ Ottumwa, la.
the first time in many years that al
the Odd Fellow lodges have met In th
same place at the same time. The foui
bodies which will meet are the grand
lodge, the grand encampment, Rebe
kah assembly and the department
council of the Uniform Rank.
The headquarters of the various bod
ies will be as follows.
Grand Lodge—Prosperity Hall.
Grand Encampment—Odd Fellows'
hall, Fifth and Brady streets,
Uniform Rank—Armory hall.
Rebekah Assembly—Davenport ho
Subordinate and Rebekah degree
You must have clothing and you
want it at the lowest prices consistent
with quality. At the Hub's windup
sale unusual little prices prevail The
EaBt Main street
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