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WrAIEER "WE MAY HAVE
Fair torAaht and Wednes
day: probably frost tonight.
J. M. SUEIUER, Obterxer
Temperature at 7 a. m
at 3:30 d. m. J4.
Sickcl pears at Hirton's.
Steel ranges at Wilcher's.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Teaches peaches at Horton's.
Plums and grapes at Ilorton's.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
List your property with Eeidy Bros
Donlip hats at the toggery shop
Ho place like M. & K. for top coatc
Peaches by the bushel at lies Brcs.
Choice Michigan peaches at Hess
AL &. K is the place to buy fall
Sea tbe great Berlin artist at Ycung
& McConj bs.
Choice cranberries at Hess Bros
The best line of heaters in the city
at Summers & Co.
A. Bush & Co., room 6, Bufcra
block real estate.
Fiazs and McKinley buttons at
Young & McCombs'.
Big bargains in stoves at the Flem
ing Furniture company.
The celebrated Jonathan apples at
Hess Bros. Iry a bushel.
Help your boy or girl get a pony
free, xoung & Alcomba.
rjiss Byrnes has returned from the
eat with a lull line ol tail millinery
Go on the excursion to Muscatine
Wednesday, Sens. 18. 50 cent round
A beautiful oil painting free at
Youcg & McCombs1 apeciai fall open
For McKinley pictures go to the L.
E. Wet Cum cooipanv, 151J Second
Make your purchases cf Young &
McCombs and get a genuine oil paint
lou will Una just wnat you are
looking for in fall overcoats at M. &
K 15 to $15.
M. & K. are cow showing the new
fall styles in men s and boy a suits
11 C. Eberhart, reliable piano tuner.
Phono 1471 Ulack. Kcaidence. li-i
We arc closing out our line of
stoves at a big discount. Flenilrg
Wo have a large supply of McKin
ley pictures. Li. I West Cum com
pany, 1512 Second avenue.
All kinds cf mattresses renovated
by experts. Called for and returned
by the Hock Island Cotton mills
IrO to Fleming furniture company
for your stoves. Tney are closing
them out at greatly reduced prices.
Take in the excursion to Muscatine
Wednesday, bent, lb, on tbe etearue
J. S. Only 50 cents round trip Boa
leaves at 8:30 a m.
Call asa see us lor a neat tail sui
or overcoat. We have a nice ass-.rt
ment F,lcer & Co., 22H Teuiie
ltn a purchase or f 2 or over
will present you with a genuine
punting, size 14x22, free. Ycun
Go on the excursion to Mucitine
Wednesday, Sept. .8, on tbe teanie
J. S. Leaves at 8.30 a m. Only 50
cents round trip
Decorative plants, Gee Boston fern
pulins, carnations and American beau
tea at Mrs. C M. Crow's, lGltt Third
Don't miss tbe excursion to Alnsci
tiae Wednesday, Sept 18, on th
steamer J. i. 50 cents round trip
juoat leaves at o:.ju
This weather calls to mind forcibly
the fact that vou may need a faeUer
If so. Summers & Cj can batisfy you
in price and quality.
Summers & Co. let live more contracts-for
furnacas Istt week. If you
intend installing a furnace it will pay
you to see their line.
Persons interested in renting a furn
ished bouee with all modern conven
iences will find an exceptional oppor
t mity in The Aleuts want column.
Ferdinacd Davis, of South Hock
Island, who rcturne i a week ago from
Linccla. Neb., wnere he submitted to
an unsuccessful operation early in the
m arptr fXuu
at in a cy.
eaeon for a serious ailment, left last
'ght for Chicago to submit to an
other attempt to remove tbe source
f hi trouble
Smith. Gray & Co' celebrated
make of clothing U oi sale at the
M fe K . bearing an M & K. label
nd so!d with an M & K guarantee.
With ea.'h par of Wavnea hose sold
you get a guesi cn the weight of 10
Shetland ponies. Nearest guef s will
sjet a pony free. Young & McCombs.
Fred W. Rnk. of Moline, has
launched his boom as a candidate for
the republican nomination for state
(senator to succeed Senator William
Walter Harris, who has been at St.
Anthony's hospital recovering .from
an operation, was able to be taken to
his horns on Fourth avenue yesterday
M. & K. are now shewing the new
fall stvles in Burt & Packard shoes
$3 for 4 values and f 1 for $5 value.
M & K. are headquarters for economi
cal shoe buyers.
The first of its fall series of dances
was given by the Monolithic club at
Black Hawk s inn last evening
B.euer's full orchestra furnished
music and about 60 couples attended.
Louis Weckel's sorrel delivery horse
ran away on lweotieth street this
morning, getting on the grass at
Spencer square. The wagon craibed
into a tree and was somewhat dam
The thermometer dropped down to
43 at -7 o'clock Ibis morning This
sodden change is followed now by the
chilling announcement of Observer J.
M. Sherier that there will probably be
a iron tnirni.
fl,300 cash buys cither of seven
bouses on Forty-third. Forty-fourth
or Forty-fifth streets north of Fifth
avenue, that rent at $12 per month
and always occupied, bee tattman
Godfrey & Co.
Gocd news travels fast. Ever since
it has beeu made public that $10 sup
plied a customer with a top coat lor
which he expected to pay $20. there
has been a lively demand for lop fall
oats at M & iv.
Train No. 16 on tbo Rock Island
iue here frt.ua tbe southwest at 11:20
last nignt, waa delayed by tbe derail
iug e-f a couple of cars at Montpelier
Iowa, ariiviQir Lcie five bouts late
No serious damage was done.
A e plead id line of fall overcoat at
S 95 and $10 better ones at $12 to
$15, and cheaper grades at 5 to $7 50
When you see the lines we are selling
at fio you will see just abjut win.
you thought of g tting M. & K.
We Me tow located in our
building at 131G Third avt-BQc,
have a couirlrte stock cf gas
electric rbanoeliers aDd electric
p its. Call Mid see us liock Island
.!Htr:c Construction company.
L A Pnelps. the eminent vocal
teochM" and pianist, of Chicago, wiil
Oe in Davt-npott at Library, hall this
week.Tnarcday. Fiiday and Saturdaj ,
Sept 19, 20 and 21. to form clatsts
for tbe cjmirg year. Voices tested
After having inspee'ed the various
hst displays in tte thow windows,
most people land at the If. & K Are
jou among tho.-e who are looking for
the correct thing at a little It-sa price
than you expec d to psy? If ni. it
iijsy be p- utaUe to visit M. & K for
Franz F Costello. of Davenport,
fcrwerly a mtuber of Pawnee Bill's
Wild West scow, was killed eouth
west of Buffalo. Iowa. Sunday night
by an eastbou&d Ki ek Island freight
train. His body wa- terribly mangled.
He was identified by letters fouud on
bis clothing. His father and a brother
reside in Davenport.
Dr Louis Ostrom, a graduate cf
Angustana c 'liege, and until recently
a professor in tbo Kansas Medical col
lege at Tcpeka, bas lelurned to rloek
Ii-lftnd to locate, having opened an
cfli e at room 12. Mitchell & Lynde
building. Dr. Otrom's family ii
domiciled at 1116 Thirty-eighth street.
Tbe Koct Island Couny Old Set
tlers' association holds iitoth annual
rMibion at the c-turt bouse tomorrow.
The program will iarlnde music ar.d
addresses and a general good time, to
which the members of the rrganiz i
tion lock forward with pleasant an
ticipations, as many of tbem see one
another only on the cccsion of the
annual meeting. Dinner will b3
served at 12 o'clock.
Inveat now in tbe Oil fepnni; com
pany, of Bakerstield, California, and
become a sto kbolder in a company
that owns 610 acre of land located in
the nil bell and entirely surrounded
by welN. The uil Spring company is
now offering a limited uumier of
shares, treasury stock, at (lOr) p.T
share, fully pid and nou-a'scssablc
Stock is going fast. Sec George E
Sott for particulars. Gem laundry
Alex Anderson, ol Davenport, was
run down at ibird avenue ano iwcu.
tieth street last night by a havy dt
livery wagon. Mr- Anderson drove
his buggy almost onto the sidewalk
in bis efforts to avoid a collision, but
be says the other fellow reemed un
able to understand that his placo was
at the left, and ho cuua ahead with
fall steam against Mr. Anderson's
rig, one wheel of which was cished.
Mr. Andersen bad his horce placed In
Frick's livery stable and started out
to bod tbe driver of tbe wagon th.it
caueed him tbe trouble with tbe in
tention of demanding a settlement
for the damage done.
Just as a proverbial feather tells which way the wind blows, the crowd tell where the best
Can be found at the LOWEST PRICES. No need telling you that HOLBROOK'S STORE is the best patronized
house in the Tri Cities. Our prices are a sufficient advertisement to those who know values.
Are you interested in dining
room fecniture? Large
pillar Extension Tables as 00
Over 50 patterns of elegant
Sideboards as low as... .
A large line of China Closets, in fact this
entire line is very strong. It will pay you
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IU lUUk IUCU UlCli
25 different styles of
Our Fall stock of carpets is
complete. We are showing
. 25 different, patterns of
Wiltoa Velvet Carpets as
Over 100 different patterns
of Ingrains, beauties as
handsome Box Seat
Our Rug department is very
strong. We are showing
a large line of Body Brus- .
sels, Sarabends, Wilton
Velvets, Smyrnas and
Shackfords, In large car- 3C!i AS1
pet sizes, as low as J
Also a large line of email Rugs.
Oar line of Lace Curtains and Portiers is
worth your attention.
35 different patterns of Ta
pestry Carpet, very pretty
patterns as low as
Just received a carload of
Parlor Suits, odd pieces
and Couches. Handsome X?
SPE 1-A.Xj SALE
& Of all Wool Ingra'n Carpet Remnants. Remnants under 20 yards of the very G&Clf Bemnants under 15 yards, very bast grade (bring the measure of your 4 Ftr
v best grade will be sold at kJJ j rooms with you) at, par yard tDC
W. S. HOL
W3f 105f W7 East Second Street, Davenport.
A housewife to read our lis t.
Everything in the line of
vegetables, fruit and poult
ry in season. Select your
next dinner from below.
Culifori i drapes,
Sprlnv Cblekep. Ducks and
tiecse Dressed to Order.
1620 Second Ave 'Phone 1031
Fall Hat Opening.
Wcrld Renowned Mats.
IS THE PLACE.
Harper House Block.
Just a Few Leaves
O Q O
THESE are the days
when you appreciate
a top coat. Too
warm for your winter coat
too cold for none just
right for a "top." All the
nevv ideas are here. Wear
pnr of our new top coats
and you are sure of having
the proper thing. Pnces
From a fcrest of values. We
have been very busy all sum
mer watching and boying
all the do.-irable gwods and
now is your chance to reap
the benttit of our efforts.
Impossible to foresee an accident.
Not impossible t bs prepared tor it.
L r. Thomis' Eclectrie Oil. Monaich
J. B. ZliifflER,
1823 Sooond Ave, Bock Island
X$5 2.to 5.
BROAD hats and narrow hats, stiff hats
and softs hats every shape and style
hat that's correct. There is a great deal
in habit in the matter of hats as in other
things some men have the habit of
paying $5 for their hats, when you can buy
as good a hat here for
Various fabrics, various
lengths, various shades as
You can get the regulation hat styles at
any good store, but we go a step farther;
we not only show you all the regular
styles, but we have all the variations and
the exclusive styles. Hats at
95c, $1.50, $2 to $3.50
Any style at any price. We buy our hats
direct from the manufacturers in case lots.
We save you the jobber's profit, which
means a saving of 25c to $1.50 on every
hat marked the
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