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THE AHGHTS, SAfUIlDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1900.
WEATHER WE MAY HAVE
Threat $ in? ucathtr, with
slioiccrs tonbjht; Sunday, fair
M. ZIIEItlER, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. GO,
at 3:30 p. m. 70.
Dolly liros'. tonight.
Adams' Kmperor f 3.50. -Adams'
Don't forget to register.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Burns.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Mrs. LaFrenz for millinery.
Ask for Uock Island (Jirl cigar.
Miis Hyrnes for One millinery.
Knox and Stetson hats Lloyd's.
List yoar property with Reidy Bros.
Call for La Flor de E. T. D., 10 cents.
Vote the democratic ticket straight.
Sauer kraut 6 cents a quart at Rach
inan's. Buy your stove of Young & Mc
Coiubrf. Candy at Young fc McCoral-is1 this
All voters should be registered by
I'honographs and records at Young
Tomatoes, peas, corn, three for 21
rents, at llachuian'.
If you want your property sold list
It with Hull & to.
Mocha and Java coilee 25 cents per
pound at Kachinan a.
Fine line of china just received at
1. K. Mitsch it Co.'s.
l'ure maple syrup 3. cents per
quart at Kachman a.
I'lentv of dressed chickens at Hess
Bros', this evening.
Try a sample of I. O. D. (iuaran
teed to heal without a scar.
Pancake Hour, three packages for
25 cents, at Kachiuan's.
A vote for the democratic ticket
a vote for the ieople'd cause.
J. E. Hawthorne, dentist, Star
block, opposite Harper house.
Larre olives -lu cents a riuart at
Kaeliman'i, H'-j Fecund avenue.
Supper from : :') to H Oct. 30
at Central Presbyterian church.
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, consult (iol'lsmith & McKee.
Next Tuesday is the last day of reg
istration for the November election.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Lirge line of fancy workbaskcts 15
and -j; cents, at I. K. Mitsch Co.'s.
Stop and see our line of H cent
novelties in the windows- Kekharfa.
All voters should see to it that their
names are registered by next Tuesday.
"J Supper and Hallowe'en amusements
Oct. ;i0 at Central Presbyterian
A complete line of fruit and vege
tables on display at Hess Bros', this
Kerler Bros, for carpet, feather and
mattress cleaning. Seventeenth street.
Black and brown - derby bats, regu
lar f 3 value, sale price $ i.'Jo at Stew
art's, the hatter.
Mattresses of all kind renovated by
Kerler Bros., Seventeenth street.
Assorted colored golf caps, regular
25-ceut value, sale price 15 cents
Stewart, the hatter.
You will make no mistake if you
buy your fall hat and millinery at
Mr, l.a Frenz's.
Took ties, regular 25-ceut value,
It) cents, three for 25 cents, sale price.
Stewart, the hatter.
A bountiful supper served for -5
cents Tuesday. Oct. :"0, at Central
Call at Clemann & Salzmann's and
see the new line of sideboards that
havo just bten unpacked.
The Uock Island and (ieneseo High
school football teams are playing this
afternoon at the Twelfth street park.
Ho to the supper Oct. 30 .nd May
to learn your fate from the witch in
her den. and to be . otherwisa amused
during the evening.
The American laundry has the best
plant and does the best work in the
quickest time of any in the three
The largest line of bookcases and;
writing deks in the three cities at
Clemann A: Salmann's. j
And still the rush continues cn car-!
pets at Cieuiann A: Salzruauu s. Se
lect yours there, as their line is
The funeral of Mrs. Sarah A. Davis
was htlil yesterday afternocn at 2
o'clock from the "home of H. L..
YVheelan, H30 Twenty-second street,
to Trinity Episcopal church. Rev. 11. !
I.. ... . . I
r. bweet conducted the services at i
i i j a. it
me tuurcu aim luiermtuii. was iuiuc
at Oakdale cemetery in Davenport
Call and see our fall line of over
coats the price and workmanship
! sruaranteed. William Filter & Co, 326
A dance will be given at Armory
hall tomorrow (Saturdav) night, Oct
27. for the benefit of a blind machin
ist. Come, and help a worthy cause
.tickets 30 cents.
Ihe democratic county ticket is
made up of representative men whose
records are the best argument whv
they should receive the support of
citizens irrespective of party.
Von l tail to attend the Joan ex
hibit at the Blakslee studio next
week. The finest display of photo
graphs ever shown in Rock Island will
be on exhibition at the opening re
Sugar 5 cents a' pound at the
Moyune Tea company's Saturday
evening for one hoar from 8 to 9,
We will sell 1.0 pouads for 50 cents
with every purchase of our 25-cent
Java and Mocha coffee.
Washington and Springfield are not
the only seats of government whose
ollitial family will be haken up after
Nov. t a few farewells will be said
down at the big building in the cen
ter of Court house square.
It will be Coroner J. E. Larkin after
Nov. C. Mr. Larkin finds that his
candidacy meets with general ap
proval ami besides a solid democratic
vote he is assured the support of
The success of S. R. Kenworthy at
the polls has never been questioned
since he was nominated for the state's
attorneyship. As the old saving
goes, it's only a matter of how bi
his majority will be.
The upper end of the county is en
titled to a county ollicial. All agree
it is about time that a member of the
countv government came from there.
The democrats have provided the can
didate in tieortre t. McNabnev. His
election is assured.
The subscription concert and ball
given by (lilTen's orchestra under the
auspices of the head ofliee degree team
Independence Camp No. 20, M. W. A
occurs J ue.su ay evening, Oct. 30.
Subscription lists are in the hands of
members of the team. No ticket sold
at the door except to subscribers. If
you want to go. see that your name is
on the list.
The Adams Wall Paper company
teei justly proud oi their snare in
the wonderfully artistic Blakslee
studio. The interior decorations were
planned bv Mr. Ward, and the rich.
harmonious color effects obtained
from the strong tapestries in the
front rooms, the deep greens in the
reception and art rooms, the dainty
stripes in the dressing rooms and the
soft olives in the camera room are
certainly worthy of much praise. It
is pleasing to see such high . grade
lecorative work executed by a home
Republicans are diligently circu
lating the story that Andrew C.
Dow, simply because he has not
worked over a desic all his ' life.
because he is a laboring man, is
not competent to fill the ollice of cir
cuit clerk. The assertion is ridicu
lous and is proving'nothing short of
boomerang among the friends of
Mr. Dow who know his qualifications,
aud has had the effect of making them
work all the harder for their candi-
Iate. Mr. Dow is fully iiualitied for
the duties of the ofliee and will ad
minister them to the satisfaction of
Interesting Furniture Items
Another Chapter of Furniture Offerings
That Should Cause the Economical Buyer to Think Twice Before Buying Elsewhere. We Enjoy Every Possible Condition to make Your BUYING HERE PROFITABLE TO YOU.
f 1.75 screens, oak or mahogany, three folds,
sateen filling, at - 1,25
. 120.00 handsome bedroom suits, three pieces, large
French plate mirror at , 15,00
to extension tables, six feet long, polished
finish, at 3.75
Oilcloth rugs, 1J yards long,
best grade, at 40c
Good linoleum, this week,
per yard 47 lc
$13 library table, genuine -mahogany or golden oak,
polished finish 10.00
Good all wool carpets
at per yard 50c
$17 combination bookcases,' large French plate
mirror at 12.00
Zinc binding with corners and tacks
$9 ladies' writing desk, golden oak polished finished
$30 parlor suit, five pieces, golden oak or mahogany
frame r 24.00
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES.
EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.
All In All We Doubt If You Could Equal the Above Values in the Three Cities.
W. S. HOLBROOK.
headquarters for Shades
All Colors and
Extraordinary Price Reductions
on Smyrna Rugs New
Designs and Colors.
103 to 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
Up-to date Store
Styles in Shirts,
Agent for Knox,
Lloyd's is the Place.
Harper House Block.
Tnla Kvanlng. at Young & McUo tubs'.
Jelly beans, 10 cents.
Cream dates, 15 cents.
H. H. drops, 15 cents.
Fine chocolate cream, 15 cents.
Fancy mixed candy, 10 cents.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
Officers of the British eruNcr rsyche.
now at Bermuda, deny that the boat
failed to salute on entering New York
Sim Beeves, Kneltsli tenor, who ind
been before the public sixty-four years,
is dead at Worthing. England, aped 78.
IMvitled skirts for horsewomen are
not aiu-tloued by tho management of
the Chicago horse show.
A bar of gold weighing 753 pounds
and valued at $1T4.1HX) was received at
tho assay office in New York from the
OarilHH) mine in P.ritish Columbia.
Hudyard Kipling has offered for pale
Naulahka. his Itrattleboro, Vt., home,
and will not return to America, to live.
An editor in Stockton. Cal.. exhorted
hi readers thus: Hegister, you idiots.
tVilIector (Irlseoni has been instructed
to present that little bill to the sultan
on the first and fifteenth tt everv
The Top nf the
Geo. R. Davis
5$J cures Hackintr
t Sore Lunsrs. Grip
npr Coughs, 1
nppe.l'neu- j 1
moma ana Hroncnitis in 3
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c
Don't be imposed upon.
Kcfus the tlralrr's sulrititctc ; it
is not as r i as Ir BulVs.
Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism,
Atac ami Hain. 15 & as ct.
All to nfi -Dear Good Wlfr."
In.l.ni. CW. 27. The- will et Baron
.Russell, of Kilowern, lias boen admit
ted to probata. The-testator bequeathed
hi vntire estate, valued at nearly
150,0OO, to "my dear, good wife."
TVoolley In New Tork. '
Chatoaugay. N. Y.. Oct. 27. John
CI. Woolley. Prohibition candidate for
president. Fnoke to an enthusiastic au
dience of over 1.000 person at Cant
weirs liall at this place last night. An
overflow lneetinsr at the city park,
which was attended by several hun
dred persons was addressed by Wool
ley later in the evening.
A band and free lunch at Cramer's
place tonight. 7-1 Twelfth street.
Yen little knew when first we met
That some day yon would be
The lucky fellow I'd choose to let
Pay for my Kocky Mountain Tea.
Ask vour dru2ist.
1701 Second Avenue.
1 f "s c, I ;j
FiLL YOUR HOME UP
With warmth before Jack Frost
enters. We'll hustle a ton or
two of the best coal, or a cord cf
choice wood to your coal bin right
away if you say so, eay it.
E. B. McliOWN.
Phone 1198, Fifteenth street and
fT 0 For Dra
braacfe ST 6am
Drunk enneis a ad
M !. f 111,
NEW FALL STYLES
The kind which causes people to turn and look at
you and say: "There goes a well-dressed man.
Dollars to doughnuts he bought that suit at the
M. & K." Just as well have fashionable garments
when you are buying. They cost no more, look bet
ter, wear better, feel better, are better. Everybody
who sees our swell new fall styles says they are the
finest in the city. The prices are right, too. Our
Compare favorably with the made-to-order man's
$20 to $38 values. It's all folly to squander money
in having your clothes made now-a-days. Then
again you'll find an eastern touch here and there in
some of our nobby, swell suits that is not often found
in tailor shops.
I Don't You Think It Might Pay You to Spend a Few Moments
With Us Looting Over Our Hew Fall Styles?
- fc M f
TWO BIG STORES.
ONE T1NV L1TTJ: PKICI2.