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6 THUS ATWTTR. FKI DAT. OCTOBER 39. 1897. i i y Tm uui W May un. f Fair toklgtt ud Saturday; warnwr. Tbe cool wave has leached tbe Mlltnl awtlnna and tha UV miiliii 1 wnlle V-ttparatur; U rUIng again 5 In tbe Rook maintain KKlnn tad tat m isioun vauej. iviuinf rroeu liava occurred in eastern Nebraska and tcrnuabout Iowa, and heavy treat la Oklahoma. Today's temperature, SO. Q. JL Hurt, O been or. CITY CHAT. Vast 12.00 shoes at Dollj Bros. Baa 12.60 ahoei at Dolly Bros. Best 13.00 shoes at Dollj Bros. Bait 3 60 ahoes at Dollj Broa'. Beit S3 86 shoes at Dolly Broa'. Best $1.76 iboei at Dolly Bros. Beit II 0 iboei at Dolly Bros'. Beit 11.26 ihoei at Dally Broi'. Beit l. CO shoes at Dolly Broa'. Lee'i Little GJem li the beat broom. Aik to lie Dina, the Djor Maid, at the fair. Droel spring chickens at 11. L Wheelen's. Sale on oat Hi wen tomorrow at Eokhart'i. Freah dairy batter and eggs at 11. L. Wheelen's. See that hump? The While Palace of Bweele did it. Fall style in colored shlrti. Som rnen fk La Voile. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Harper are Tisillog in Chicago. Bee that hump? The White Palace of Swoeti caused it Sweaiere in all styles and prices. Sommcri A La Velle. Bay your rotes ar.d carnations to morrow at Kok hurt's. Hats, all new shapes in fedora and Still, jast arrived. The London. Weveraausur & Doakmsnn's mill closed for the season last evening. The Jones musieal family concert oecurs at Harper's theatre tonight. John Samuels, o' Uollne, has gene to Talatka, Fla., t. spend the win ter. Djn't forget tbo fair matinee Sat urday afternoon al 2:50. Admissions cents. A wagon load of chrysanthemums at 19 and 36 cents a plant at F.ck ban's. Noto tho now arrivals of dress goods for Saturday's selling at Mc Cabe's. Bargains in underwear that talk for tbtnii6ljts at Simon & Mosen folder's. This is Gorman night at tho indus trial fair, and a large attendance is promised. It's fanny thejhot staff in under wiar. Price right. Yon know ui. The London. It is the merit of thoir candies that does business at the White Pal ace of Sweets. Miss Mary Kimmerly, of Cassopo lis, Mioh., is tbo gnest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Parker. Dross overcoats, $9 90 all wool, bine or black. You should see them. Sommeri ft La Veils. Don't forget the grand prize ball at Turner hall Saturday night, Oct. 0. Tickets 36 cents. Bay your soft coal of the Empirs coai company, root ti Bevenleen.fi treet. Telcphene 1106. Don't forget the grand priie ball at Turner ball Saturday night, Oct. 8v. Tickets 15 cents. Free dance at Henry llanoq's hall 8alurday evening at Fifth street and Third avenue, AoS'JO. Don't forget tho grand prize ball at Turner ball Saturday night, Oot. 60. Tickets 26 cents. The place to bay yoar undorwear Is at Stuton A Moscntelder's. If yon eaamlne, you'll say so, too. Don't forgot the Jones family enturtainniem at Hirper's theatre tonight. A fine program. Msn, don't pass us by when you are looking for the bout 7.fi0 salt in the oity. 8o turners t La Velle. Best soft coal on the market. Em plre Cval oonipny. Lamont ft Bon, agents. Telephone 1106. Rstormaiiou Day Is being observed at Aupo.tana col kg today. A con. cert will be glvsn this evening. Todsy Simon ft Moienfoldr plate on sale a reont purchase of fiee un derwear at money-saving prices. Reefer overcoats for boys and chil dren. All nobby and stylish and the prioe low. stammers ft La Velle. Miss Miry McCord and Misa Lain Brans of Orion, are visiting at the warded Hlftttft Honors World's Pair, Cold Medal. Midwinter Fair. A Purs Orate C rears of Tartar Pevasr. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Da home of avenue. Rock Island lodge No. 19, Mystic Workers ef the World, gives a danc lng party at Carae'a hall this evening. Attend the grand cloth eloakand fur sale this week at Eichter ASons', 319 West second street, Davenport. Genuine Allogrettl chocolate eaeams can only be bought in Bock Island at the White Palace of Sweets. Ton know us. We undersell tham all in underwear. Prices lower, qualities better. "Null sod." The London. The ladies of Memorial Christian churoh cleared about too from laat evening's supper given at tbe church. The Loudon's nriena nn nntnrariip are far below all others. Yon know what that means. We undersell them alL They ean tlease everyone in un derwear. Bieeit assortment, best goods and lowest prices at Simon ft W . 1 . 1 uw.umeiuer a. Miss Marv Come?vs entertained a company of frlonds at a thimble prtv . t i ..... 1 - ui uor nam on xwenuetn street yes- .sra ay aiiernoon. It is not necessary for the White Palace of Sweets to rdae its nrlr 300 per cent because there Is another candy store in town. Charles Ilolton, of Davenport, was severely beaten bv Jack Miller and Charles Gibson la a saloon fivht in that city last night. Monev to loan on real Batata a- eurily, terms reasonable, and no de- 1 . T t . r n ... Appij to oeorge k. uoin at Jaokson A Hurst's offiee. The exeat dress foods aelll er &t MoCabe Bros', affords correct dress era an opportunity of getting correct -.j iei, correct ia Dries at eorrcct prices. Our 17.29 overcoats in black, bine and brown is the regular 110 grade at ether stores. Bavicr- for two largest stores does tbe work. The London. An illustration for tnmnrrnv. Saturday, McCabe Bros', will sell 400 yards of tbe new bright rod taffeta silks at CS cents a yard; other times 66 CSbtJ. Thoeo much talked about so-cilled original Allcgretti chocolates that tome oonfoetioners tried to sell for 80 conts a pound can be bought tor 30 cents a pound at the White Palaoe of Swoets. Complete line of children's under wear, evorlastiag stooklngs, new shirt waists and such lovely little fellows' suits and reefers at Simon A Mosenfeldor's. Some confectioners will take 40 cents when they can't get 80 cents a pound for the same chooolates that the White Palaoe of Sweets sells for SO oeats a pound. , The marvelous coneentratipn of trade at MoCabe's store is not under stood by merehantB in neighboring cities, but it's an open secret whicn customers all understand. Twenty-nine cents buys double breasted, fleece-lined men's under wear at Simon & Mo&enfelder's that costs you elsewhere 60 cents. They want yon to see for yourself. Mcs. E. W. Hurst, of this city, and Mies Ainswortk, of Moline, who have been spending the summer abroad, arrived at Mew Yerk Wednesday on the steamer Fulda. A glaace at the lovely cases and counters loaded with the choicest and purest candies will soon con vince you that the White Palace of Sweets is the place te bur tout eandy. Underwear for evervbodv. You know us we undersoil everybody. It makes no difference what others quote, we will give you better qoaii tics and lower prices. The London tao largest store. William Wit tick, ef this cltv. and Miss Christine Martin, of Bowline, weie married Wednesday in Daven port by Rv. Graff, of tbe Seoond Met bed 1st cburrh. They will resida un j uinceuia Bireei J. F. MiBart nrn.Mont nt ll,. International feionecnttAr' nninn rpokn to the members cf the eraft is tbe Industrial home l&at Mr. MeHnirh is makinir a tnnr cf tha country, visiting all tbe stonecutters' Dow have the miirhtv fallen. Pot- nut candy three weeks urn SI rmii b puuox, ngw i. ciou; tsiry candi tnree wetks ago SO cents a pouud now 10 eents: rxarchmalln. thma weeks ago 60 cents a pound, now 16 cenia. Ana ids inn n h u p.t ot nweets did tbe business. A Davenport woman called at the pui.ee neacqaariera mere last night and declared a woman acawerincr th description of the niissing Mrs. Luet- Kun naa cauca at iter bouse the night before and stated that sha w. the Chioaco woman nnnniArf isi K. uoau. ine police are lnrestipatin the matter. The lectnr bv Vin PkiMmi i W. Foss, before the students of Au?- - 4 n : . , r sua nanucii aoiiege yesterday af ternoon was as snoMsarni .nil well atUnded as lavs been any cf the itoiurea nnreioiore. This time the speaker dwelled at length on the sabjtct ot exhangi, and the mcne- queauou receivea special at. tention. The next ImIhh viii k. given by Dr. Stewart on tbe subject of "Commercial Geography" next Thursday afternoon. Caacareta stimulata Uver, kidneys ana ooweit cssver aicaon. weaken er grip; TO -ra. 29 cears for 60-csnt nnder wear at the big M. A K. stcre. Sale opens lomorrow. W. H. PALMER, WATERLOO, IOWA. "Saved From tha Horror of Hsruaue Free tratlon" by Dr. Mil.' Menrin. TV COUGH (loos riot always Indicate tI consumption. Mr. W. II. I'Miaer, of Waterloo, Iowa, writes: "I was taken with a nervous etiictare of tbe bronchial tubes, wdkh ilcvcloped into nervous pros travlun, I was so weak I could not sit n p. I (tot no sleep for days except whea under tbo lnfiueace of opiates. For four months I suf fered attouU-a anil prayed tlint I in'ght die acd be at rest. Obo IfZ'fSs physician said I had -jj 1 ccnsumpcion, ror 1 naa IwCfVinC bo rest. But a good ftCStC&; 'aaold plijslclan whosa ir Uc.vltH Of"! cieaicine naa iauea, 3r .J.. advised me to use Dr. si Mil.-s' Restorative Kerrlne aud I tbank God that It has bright ened ray days, lengthened ru; life and saved me from the horrors of nervous prostration. Dr. Miles' Hemedies aro sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on Hear and Nerves sent, free to all applicants. - - - Dtt. MltEd UEDICAL OO Elkhart, lad. ITO'I'haaatjiiiLl.l Always Remember When j 3 1 buy groceries that things that go into the stomaoh cannot be tco good. Our pride has always been to carry goods that are the best of their kind. Here is a little list of this week's c fit r ins 3: Spinach, Egg riant. Wax Beats, Radishes, rartley, Sweet Potatoes, Spanish Onions, Caulillower, Cucumbers, Oyster Plant, Soup Bunches, Hubbard Squash. Tomat :es. Calory, Canned and Bulk Oysters, Droned Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks, Michigan Peaches and Grapes, Choice Eating Apples, Banannas and Oranges. California Grapes, reaches and Pears. Cranberries. 1620 Second Avenue. Phone 1031. THE COZY CORNER Of your parlor or sitting room is always the one nearest your grate lire. It dis pels the gloom from your room when alone, and is the magnet that attracts tbe faaily circle, If ti e fire Is made from our high grade Cancel coa?, tbat borus brightly, and yet Is economical la the consumption. Our Cannel coal Is all coal no dirt, stones or slate. E. G. FRAZER. 1901 Second Ave. Telephone 1133. New and Second-hand SCHOOL BOOKS 1 n HESS BROS All Kind of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Lowest Prices. Taylor's 1710 Second Avenue. Riverside Base Burmr THK QCBEN OF TDK FASXOB. The bandsorarst, the no?t pnwerful, the most durable, the most econonical bard coal Stove that ban ever been ro- need. AH tha latest Improvements known are embodied la this Stove. Examine it at David Don 1815-1617 Second Ave. A Rich and Toothsome Morsel Is a Slice of Our 25-cent Layer Cake Kltber In chocolate, roanshmallow, caramel or chocolate they ara made as you would make them at borne good batter, best flour and finest attention that ean be given. gHIilTiTi t Bakery goods are perfect Those wto appreciate a piece of pure, icrfect HOME - MADE BREAD Or choice cako or pastry should order ot us at onee. We serve parties and receptions with the most exquisite delicacies, Includ ing Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Char lotte Kusse, Bisquet Glaee, Candied Xuts and Fancy Cakes ot all kinds. We also make a specialty of bak ing reception or party bread. It is perfectly round, fine grain and chuck full of nutriment Just the thing you want t mike round sandwiches out of. Order it the day before as we only bake it to order. Krell & Math's PALACE OF SWEETS. Thou. IK. . Be. ITO-mS Beeon Ava. Allegretti's chocolate creams 40c a pound. Noae to dealers. W TilP. TTl'fl Kffi TftUFQ SI A IV V A'JI WiVil iiJ A guaranteed Mens Suits other dealers charge 110 for $7.25 Men. s Suits ottOTdaie"cfh $8 90 Mens Suits f&VX&SS $10.oo Mens Suits dSLnA; lSr0' 12.oo B-w g.st , Rg-ooaangg O We mention quality with special pride. It is the fundamental principal of our business to sell the best goods only. No matter whether you make your selections from the finest or our cheaper grades you are bound to get a good article. People who have traded with us will credit us with sin cerity in this direction, and of those who have not, all we ask is an opportunity of proving our claims. 1729 Second Ave;, 116-120 Eightejnth St., Rock Island. Pleasing Our Customers la our aim. We aell shoes thai are ao good In every way that our customers eome back to na again and are pleaaed each time. If we couldn't sell shoes that would do this we would go out of business. Style goes hand In hand with honesty in our footwear. This week ladies f 9 f 0 ahoes the subjeot. TH SPECIAL Adams MEDIUM r S3.00 In this style, in 10 dif ferent combinations, welts or turn work, cloth or kid tops, fine vici kid stock. Any size from 3 to 8tf, widths A to EE. 3m. WB HATE FINES SHOES THAN THESE IF TOO WISH THEM. piigono J, Duma Heal Estate k Insurance Boy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rene. Tbe old fire and time tried comrjrfoy repre sented. Rates as low - ; as any reliable company can afford Boat rttuBtf ta Solicited. Harpar Houae Block. saving of $1 to $5 on every Suit 3 O C 5 i a8H3ESIflBCaBo"9aaoS,lBsUeBHlD Box Calf Shoes A pair, for ladies, wear. Shoes that are honestly made, shapely and stylish; and list but not least, absolutely solid. Every pair warranted. We have the same styles in heavy dongoli. also fine kid and cloth top dress shoes. A to EE widths. BOSTON MISSES SOLID SCHOOL the -IN- PRICED FOOTWEAR AshoeD OPEN EVENINGS Wall Paper Slaughter Sale o AT THE -o SCHMEIL & ANDERSON STORE. a Twentieth Straw! and Fourth Avenue. ADAMS WALL PAPER CO. SIEVERt & ANDElvtfON. CONTRACTORS aud BUILDERS. AS tcs4f ef tarsrawc wokdaa OFFICE AND SHOP or Overcoat bought at the big B1 Men's Overcoats Mens Overcoats Mens Overcoats Men's Overcoats $2.50 SHOES $1. Leader 1 S2.50 In this style In all the 8 different combinations in heavy double soles, medi um or lighter weights. The stock we aea la this grade of shoes is guaranteed to you la every waj. Sites to 8 aad widths to EE. VTE tlAVE CHEAPER SHOES TUAS THESE IF TOU WISH TU1-M. Onrral tolling lami nSlltTtt c wmS 731 TWELFTH 8TEEET. EOCK ISLAXD-DlYEXrORI M. & K. stores. v an m r $7.35 othar 1U far. $10.00 $12.oo 13.50 tan mmt 4 caaifatlS for. SraryMt aa rno4e uacg t7 Sw. ty kit a r"S M cSatg lis for. IKSWk S A I B 8 1 1 U . W-117 West Second Street, Datenpoxt.