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THE AKWITS, WEDNEStl ATT OCTOBER 20. 1 QYV7 ' - aayHgal Wa Hay Ha. Fair weather and bat little change In the temperature fcHiight and Thursday. The temprratare U below freezing Today's temperature, M. CITY CHAT. M. & R. for underwear. 1.60 shoes at M. & K's. Boy s home ot Keidy Broi. Choiuc peaches at Horton'a. Buy golf poods from Hynes. See M. & K. far underwear. Pricei cut in two. Dolly Bros. Las's Little Gem Is the best broom. Children's shoe sale at Dolly Bros. Underwear headquarters M. & K. Qaiaccs and sweet apple at Hor ton'a. J. E. M jctrose, of Chicago, ia in the city. Ladies free toniat at the Iodas trial fair. Dine, the doar maid. Have you seenbei? TLis ia coat and cape week at Mc Cate Bros'. See Kins, the door maid, at the In dustrial fair. M. ft K. have those calf lined shoes with heavy soles at 3. 92.19 bnjs a nice ladies' welt coin toeiaco shoe at Adams. 10 different styles cf ladies' turns and welt $3 shoos at Adama. Business man's lnnch at the Cafe Richelieu from 9 to 11 tonight. Ad a mo' is the place if you want something nice in fall footwear. 12.94 for a band-turned ladies' lace hoe at Adams'. Very latest style. Hear Prof. Moulton's leoture at the High school tomorrow evening. We make shirts to measure and guarantee the fit. Stewart the Hat ter. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Cash and ion Clint, left last night for Newton, Kas. Miss Nora Duly hs taken a posi tion at Mrs. La Franz' millinery tore. M. & K. place on sale today anoth er shipment of those celebrated tl.50 hoes. Mayor T. J. Phillips, of Ottumwa, Iowa, has joined Mrs. Phillips at the llarpur. Mr. and Mrs. S. Edwards wel comed a son into their home last tvenicg. We roake suits to measure and guarantee tho tit. (13 up. Stewart the Hatter. If yoa want lirat class plumbing or heating work, Cgure with Allen, Myers & Co. Swellest line of overcoats in town host made, boat trimmed, best fit ters. M. & K. McCitba Bros, propose to make you remomber where you buy your coat or cape this year. Eight different styles of ladies' 12.00 shoos to aoioct irom at Adams'. Every pair guaranteed. See McCsbe Bros.' full silk lined bouole jacket which they offer for Thursday atfl 26. Buy yonr s ft coal ot the Empire Coal coinptny, root of seventeenth treet. Telephone 111 o. One thouiand cords of hard wood at Briar Uluil fur sale. Enquire of V. i. nemennay, nionne. Best soft coal on the market. Em plre Coal company, Lamont Son, agents. Telephone liuo. Miss Edith Wood, of Gilchrist, is vUitiDfr at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson In South Bock Isl and. Underwear to f uit everybody. See ing is beiievtog. Call at Stewart's and see the high grades and low pri ces. Get your supper tomorrow evening at Alkvn street chapel. The ladies will serve yoM a delicious one for 23 sent. Our hat business ia on the boom, We can tit yon properly, at a price that will please yun. 8tewart the Batter. See McC.be Bros.' fall silk lined bcicle cape. Krgular t'i value which tbey will sell on Thursday for 4.00 (just half). Miss Julia Snivcly left last night ' for her home at Crete, Neb., after an extended visit with the family ot Dr, Q. L. Eyster. Dainty service, dainty china, dain tv silver, daintv parlor, and above all the daintiest iee cream and fruit ices Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. Da CREAM A fun Orsse Cseaai el Tartar Pewter. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ever served in Rock Island at the White Palace of Sweets, 1706 Second avenue. Mr. and Mr. W. T. Sharp, of Brooklyn, Iowa, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. M. Kongh, on Thirtieth street. Allen, Myers & Co., telephone 1018, for first class plumbiner work at reasonable prices. All orders promptly attended to. Try oar popcorn fritters. Ton will like them fresh everv mornincr from ok own eream eandy kitchen. The White Palaee of Sweets. Money to loan on real estate se curity, terms reasonable, and no de lay. Apply to George F. Both at Jackson & Hurst's office. Try it; it is the best vet almond brittle fret h from oar own clean candy kitchen. White Palace of sweets, 1706 Second avenne. II. E. Carrell. trainmaster of the Milwaukee, was here yesterday to investigate the canse of Saturday night's wreok at East Moline. Almond brittle, the newest candy. fresh from our own cream candy kitchen. The White Palace of Sweets, 1706 Second avenne. Charles E. Hollinshead and Miss Jennie Baskey, both of Denrock, 111., were married this afternoon by Jus. tice David Ilawes at his office. J. S. Bruner. William A. France and M. W. Gilbert, from Illinois City, came up to attend the grand lodge, I. O. O. F., at Davenport. There will be an entertainment in the Immanuel Baptist church, Fri day evening, Oet. 29. Miss Kelly Wilson will render the program. It is the Whits Palace of Sweets located in tho Bengkton block that extends you a cordial Invitation to try their ice cream and frmt ices. Henry Willms and family desire to thank Bcv. Selle and the neighbors and friends who rendered them as sistance in their late bereavement. Advices from Phoenix, Ariz., to day are that Judge H. W. Trnesdale's condition is a little more favorable, although he is very weak and a very mc& man iuu. It is thoite nice pure candies made fresh every day and sold at such moderate prices that draws the crowds to tho White Palace of Sweets, 1706 Second avenue. James McNamara went to Fulton today to ship his household goods to this olty, where will take np resi dence on Third avenue between Tenth and Eleventh streets. Rook Island and Molino Odd Fel lows have gone over to Daveuport this afternoon to participate in the grand etreet parade - in honor of the lowa state encampment of the order. M. & K. can save yon from fl to 15 on an overcoat in tho face of a ris ing market. Tbey are showing styles at t7.S5, S. 90. 10 and 112, that are from fl to $5 below their value. M. & K. The contract for the erection of J. W. Roche's brisk dwelling block on tourtn avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets was awarded today to John &.onosky. The job will cost about fSO.000. Alexander Green, of Chicago, a workman employed in the reconstruc tion ot the Rock Island's viaduct over Third street in Davenport, had a leg broken tnis afternoon by the falling of a piece of steel. If you have moved recently or made any change in your business be sure and report it to the city direc tory omie, so the same will be cor rect in the forthcoming directory, iouj soona avenue. A runaway team struck a Third street electric car broadside 'in Dav enport this morning, jabbing the tongue through the panel on the side or the oar and injuring Miss Cach tort, but not seriously. On account of St. Louis exposition at St. Louis, C, B. ft Q. will sell round trip tickets at one and one third fare on Sept SO, Out. 6. 7, 12, 14, 19 and 21, limited good for re turn nvo days from date of sale. Last shipment of fall and winter shoes now in, which comprise all the latest styles, together with being maae oy mo most artistio shoe max era, make them far the best line ever hown for 12.60, 3, 3 50 and f 3 85. Dolly Bros. Prof. Moulton will give the t eeond oi tne university extension lectures at the U-ea school tomorrow even ing. Subject, Walter Scott's "Mon astery" as a companion study to Ariel, oi bhakespeare's 'Tempest. Course tickets are f 1.25. Single ad mission 35 cents. Lake Hemenway and August Hay. ward, the latter of Hampton, left this afternoon in a gasoline launch for St. Louis. They will hunt duck along the river. From St. Louis they wiil follow the Illinois river up to Peoria, where thy will dispose of the craft, which belongs to Mr. Hay ward, and return home. Squire Spencer, of this city, who escaped two weeks ago from the iiacKsonviiio ssyium, was arretted yesterday at the farm r.f hit f.thn- fonr miles west of Milan by Deputy Sheriff G. W. Sample. Spencer was adjudged insane last February. He will likely be sent to the county in firmary. The Savoy Card clnh mot last evening at the home of Misa Paula Owen. Progressive cicqoe was nlaved from 8:30 tn m-xn f;. Emma Ternesky and Jce Ballnff, ot viicupvn, carritiu en un nonors, and John Ternesky. of Davenport, on miss aunnie Aaams. oi nock isl and, the consolations. Refreshments were served and mnalo was a feature. Biggest and Best Bargains These are no one-day bargains, but will be found every day at the' BAZAR: 1 No. 8 copoer bottom Wash Boiler E8o 1 Coffee Mill 18c 1 10-qnart Pail 10c 1 Pint Cup lc I 15-Inch Coal Hod. 9o 1 10 -quart Chamber Pail 18c 1 Ladles' Jersey Bibbed Test.... 17c 1 Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vest extra heavy. . . . 26o 1 pair ladies' fleece lined faat color Hose 10c A full line of men's Underwear 25o np Men's Oversbirtsfrom.... 15c to 60c Men's Overalls 83oto0o A big assortment of Glassware : 5o and 10c HE BAZAR 822 TWENTIETH ST. CHILLY EVENINGS ARE WITH US AGAIN, when a cosy seat by the fireplace is both cheering an& comforting, it the fire is made with the right kind of ooal. Yon will find that the high grade Cannel coal will throw out more neat and give yon less trouble in replenishing and poking than any other, and our price for it is only f 5 per ton. E. G. FRAZER. 1903 Second Ave. Telephone 1133. It's Our Idea To have the publio know that our stock contains the beat selections that the market affords. Jnst now we have: Vegetables. Bead Lettuca, Cauliflower, Efg Flint Ojetet Plant, Soap Bunches, Badishea, Spicach, Cucumbers. Hubbard Squ&sb, Wax Beans, Pauley. Oysters and Celery. Draned Docks, Chickens end Turkeys. O Ci Fruits. Michigan Peaches, Ft an. Oranges, Bananas, Choice Eating Apples. Tours for Good Goods, HESS BROS. 1620 Second Avenue. I Phone 1031. 32 New and Second-hand SCHOOL BOOKS All Kinds of SCHOOL SUPPLIES 'Lowest Prices. Taylor's & iW 4 MH3fc 1719 Second Avenue. rf-TTnniai i i mim. David Don ARich and Toothscmo Morsel Is a Slice of Our 25-cent Layer Cake Either in chocolate, marshmillow, caramel or chocolate they are made as you would make them at home g09d butter, best flour and finest attention that can bd given. Bakery goods are perfect Those wLo appreciate a piece of pore, perfect HOME - MADE BREAD Or' choice cake or pastry should order of ns at ence. We serve parties and recejitlons with the most exquisite delicacies, Includ ing Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Char lotte Knsae, Bisqaet Glace, Candied Nuts and Fancy Cakes of all kinds. We also make a specialty of bak ing reesptlon or party bread. It is perfectly round, fine grain and chuck full of nutriment Just toe thing you want t nuke round sandwiches out of. Order it the day before as we only bake it to order. Krell & Math's PALACE OF SWEETS. 'Phone llfit. . Ho. mS-lTli Beemd An Aliegretti's chonolate creams 40c a pound. None to dealers. 6 RECIPROCITY r T rf, t 3 p 5 . -i V ''"- f- H3JB Plain Talk Regarding Boys' Clothing One of the first important lessons to learn about Boy's Clothing is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair, reasonable prices, are, by far, more satisfying to purchasers than are the many inferior goods at a less price. Thoroughly meritorious knee and long pants suits for boys of all ages, made to our order, bearing our label, and sold with our guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready-made, yet in style and service they are decidedly better. Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational methods? The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere. We ask nothing better than an honest test of our claims, and if the best is good enough, then come and get it. There is no room for im provement in the style, quality or price we are offering. 1729 Second Ave:, 116-120 Eighteenth St.. Rock Island. MEN'S TH Until this season. He would call especid attention this week to his line of MEN'S S3 - S3. 50 GRADES In all the different leathers and very latest styles. They compare favorably with the so-called higher priced goods. If you want sat isfaction try OUR LINE OF Look At This, Too! We are showing the best line of Fall Footwear ever shown and at prices that are lower than ever. Look at a few of our prices, and on good, solid and stylish shoes. Gents Satin Calf Shoes, all solid Gents' Satin Celt Shoes, all solid Gents' Sterling Calf Shoes, nil solid Our Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes cannot be bought elsewhere at the prices we are offering them. We also have a man's good solid working shoe at $1.10. I could not sell them at less than S1.25 if I had the expense others have got. TRY US FOR GOOD SHOES AND LOW PRICES. FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE. 1601 Fourth Ave. SUITS. SHOES $3.50 We show more styles and different leathers at the above price and better shoes than any house in the Tri-Cities. We guarantee every pair of these shoes qual in style and wear to others' $5 lines. BOSTON Open Evenings. AfeKer Before has such shoes for the money as at Open lE-voxaJ-XLga SCHOOL SHOES IS $1.60 2 00 i.60 j Ladies' Uonrola, Ladiea' Oongola, Ladies' Dongola, RUSSIAN BLOUSE SUITS. been shown 3 aw2 UNSURPASSED. battoa or lace tl.60 battoa or laoe S.00 battoa or laoe S.60 OPEN EVEfflHGal 11M17 West Second Street; Datenport. ! i ft: n 61 7 ' 75'