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THE AUGTJS, TIIUKSDAY, XOVEJIBER 21, 1901.
Tartly cloudy tonight and
Friday; warmer tonight.
J. M. SIIERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 31;
at 3:30 p. m. 4(3.
Stoes at AVilchers. -Fresh
fish at Schroeder's.
Kuy a home of Reidy Bros.
For-insurance, E. J. Burns.
Lambert is also my hatter.
Fancy apples at Weeke.'s.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar,
linnet t's for furs Saturday.
Lambert is everybody's hatter.
AVho is j-our hatter? Lambert.
Homes for sale. A. Hush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Head the I5ee Hive ad on page 2.
List your property with KeidyBro.s.
Fresh fish at Hews Bros, tomor
row. Fresh dressed poultry at Schroe
der's. For the lest Hour go to Knsch
111111111. 1 Ionic made mince meat Jit Kuscli
I'aekage coffee 10 cents a jmhiikI at
('idee must move, prices low at
I'leiity of fresh fish of all kin Is at
The finest and cheapest coffee at
Dance at Turner hall Saturday
night, Nov. ".'!.
JV sure mil attend Bennett's fur
l'lenty of fish f all kinds at II.
TriMna mi's Sons.
A. Bush & Co., room C, Buford
block real estate.
lo ht c-nt discount on all furs at
White and yellow corn meal !."
cents per sack at Wcckel's.
Upton's tea the best in the world
at Home Tea company sole agents.
Dance every Thursday at Turner
hall, (ieiitlemen 23 cents; ladies free.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. La Venture are
the parents of a daughter, their first
Yo.i will find it to your interest to
read what the Bee Hive has to say on
A new assortment of lied-room
suites just received at Hellpenstel &
The finest roc-kers in the three
cities are to be seen at Hellpenstel &-
A new hit of fine office desks at
reasonable prices at Hellpenstel V
Our Tri-City gusher is in and one
more day then the stock will be 20
cents a share.
Nice tl reused turkeys afSI cents a
pound and chickens at 10 cents a
pound at Schroeder's.
For furs see Bennett Saturday.
$10,000 worth of furs must go at a
"discount of 15 er cent.
Tomorrow Friday last day for
Tri-City oil stock. Saturday every
body pays 2U cents a share.
Mrs. M. a-i entertained at a card
party at her hone- on Kigliteenth
street yesterday afternoon.
Sjeeiiil hats for Thanksgiving at
lowest prices at Mrs. laFrenz. Come
early for choice selections.
Tri-City oil stock will Ih advanced
to 21 cents Saturday. Only one more
day to get it sit the low price.
Kerler Bros., old, reliable carpet
and mattress cleaners, 117 Seven
teenth street. Telephone 4774.
For -economical buyers Mrs. Ia
T'rcii.'s has the latest and most styl
ish designs in fall millinery. I'rices
Kivcrside steel ranges, there are
none Ix-tter. Call and examine the
modern cooking apparatus at David
Train No. 2:t on the Kock Island
load was over two hours late last
evening, due to a freight wreck at
While vom arc talking remember
that the Peoria steel range is the
liest on the market. For sale by
Summers & Co.
.Medicinal wines. iort. claret and
catawaba, cents per bottle, at
Hartz & Ullemej-er's drug store, 301
August ana college will give a grand
concert this evening in hoior of
Bishop ami Lady von Scheele. It will
be a musical treat.
William Carlson, the last of the
prisoners in the Minne murder ease,
gave bail today in the sum of $2,000
and was set at liberty.
Boast your Thanksgiving turkey
in one of those new Riverside steel
ranges. They are elegant bakers.
See them at David Don's.
You can get a cab day or night by
calling up Allie Stephenson's cab
line. Day calls Xo. 1375 Black.
Night calls Crown restaurant.
All who are not stockholders can
buy Tri-City oil stock for 15 cents a
share until Friday evening. Satur
day everylMtdy pays 20 cents a share.
Bev. H. H. White, of Chicago, will
preach at McKinley chapel. Sixth
avenue and Tenth street. Sunday, in
the morning at 11 and in the evening
The ladies of the First M. K. church
will give a coffee tomorrow after
noon at the resilience of Mrs. B. F.
Hall. No. J2S Twentieth street,
livery lody invited.
If you want a nice Thanksgiving
suit or pair of trousers, it will pay
you to see Filter & Co. They have a
fine line of patterns U select from
and their workmanship cannot be
Agues Siefers. 4 years old, died yes
terday at her home, seven miles
above Davenport on the river road,
from the result of burns sustained
Tuesday while engaged m putting
waste paper in the fire.
If you are dissatisfied with your
laundry work it is because your are
not sending it to the proper place.
Call 'phone 1214, the Gem laundry.
Your work will 1h called for and de
livered promptly, and it will please
Mrs. Liz.ie Savers has begun pro
ceedings for a divorce from Charles
Savers. The bill recites that the
couple were married in lSvS'J in Can
ada and accuses the husband of ex
treme and repeated cruelty. The
complainant asks the custody of her
The unparalleled sales at Dolly
Bros, anniversary sale clearly dem
onstrate the fact that the people ap
preciate the opportunity which has
been presented to them. They will
continue the sale for the rest of the
week and those who have not availed
themselves of their offer should do
SPECIAL SALE FOR FRIDAY
under OHRJIAN LAWS,
is Bxceent for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
DR. RICMTER'S World-Renowned
What cne rhvsicin out of many tetrnsT
new iorK,tiuni iwoji.'n
BWlilcmvn. - i
jn cases of Influenza J
etc your"ANCr!OR PAIN
kufliuinn th. Ha.irprt relief.
25c ud at ul drugget or torougn
Y. Id-RlckUr A Col,216 Pearl St, Rew loin I
38 HIGHEST .SSSi AWARDS.
At Voane MrConolM' Spot Cash Store.
Misses seamless ribbed hose, 00
dozen cases, ome fleeced lined, sizes
f. to !' chejii) for 20 cents, for 10
All wool black riblnvl stockinett,
cheap at j cents a yard for 10 cents.
Ladies extra heavy black lteceeo
iww r.n iIhhii. seamless, worth 20
cents for ID cents.
Ladies fleece lined tlark wrapper
with deep flounce, $1.25 value, for S9
All dollar corsets. B. & C. Kabo"
Thompson's glove-fit tin;, Flexabone,
vour choice, SJ cents.
Men's 2."-cent band bow ties, choice
15 ct nts.
in dozen men's heavy fleeced lined
shirts and drawers, all sizes, cheap
at 5D cents, for .".2 cents.
Craddock's medicated blue soap,
jht cake, 0 cents.
Olivilo soap. er cake, 7 cents.
Black and colored dress goods
p..iiiii:iiiIs. all in one lot. 25 mt cent
or V. off.
Indies' all linen hem-st it died hand
kerchiefs. 4 cents.
; 1 1 in drops, per pound, 5 cents.
.Ml 25-ccnt stick pins, new goods
for J" cents.
All 25-cent broaches, new goods
for ID cents.
Khonoid Stirling silver mounted
l.i-Mvhs- military, clothes, hat. nail
and complexion, and mirrors, choic
Millinerv l. na rt men t . all I rimmed
re a Iv-to-wcar hats 25 cr cent ff.
For Friday and Saturday.
Lartre size fancv idates, each. 1J
lOO-piece decorated dinner set $0.24
Fancv cup and saucer 10 cents.
Large round glole parlor lamp
Black framed pictures 12 cents.
Toilet soap, 2 bars for 4 cents.
Fire shovel cents.
Decorated stove hoards ;i4 cents.
Stove pi'M-, per joint, 10 cents,
SHOES AND RUBBERS FR EE
Take Your Choir) at Our eleventh Annl-
xeraary Shoe Sale-
Wit h every pair of shoes bought
(cash) from $1.JS up we will give you
your choice of a pair t new rubbers
to tit your shoes or u pair or shoes,
Commencing Nov. 18 and ending Nov,
23. DOLLY BKOS.
Kara Chance for Invest ment-
T be sold at auction at the court
house door in Iavenjxrt. limn, on
Monday, Nov. 25th, at 2 o'clock p. m..
one of the finest centrally located
business proTties. being 150 feet
on the east side of I'erry and Second
street, and 12S feet on the north s'de
of Second and Perry streets, in the
city of Davenport. Iowa, one block
from Union dejot, postoffice and ho
tels, two blocks from all banks. Its
central location is an opportunity
for me of the best investments to be
had in Davenport.
None loo -Early
November FtErnftuire Speda
AT VV. S. HOLBROOK'S
All wlio liave profited by our Twenty-second Aiinlveisa,ry sale are sending their friends and neighbors. It was a sale without a precedent. Our Fur
niture advertising is never humdrum or commonplace. It gets into the papers on the strength of interest and real merit. Thousands of people are
on the alert for economy in furniture. Every line Ave print appeals to them. Xo use wasting space or time on the quality of furniture we sell. YOU
ARE ALL FAMILIAR WITH ITS CILVRACTER. We have labored too hard to win j our confidence to endanger it by offering LESS than the BEST.
SIMILAR GRADES AND STYLES WILL COST MUCH MORE ELSEWHERE
Cood solid wood seat chairs Mr- Combination book-case, well made-trv. yr- Solid oak dressers, with large French -j qx Large size solid oak chiffoniers r- Cf
' nt' ; rOC and finished, large size, at IUi I 0 plate, bevel edge mirrors, at .sU at U.UU
Nice hard wood cane seat chairs, liood all wool carpets. Ode and 05c Parlor rockers, solid oak, carved gy Cfl Pretty ingrain carpets. OC
carved backs, well made and 7C- petterns, 12 to 10 yards in one piece rp backs. $3.00. $2.75 and .0U at OC
finished at at OUU t;ond oil cloth patterns, large size, r O .
nnisneu, ui ."SMH l'rettv rope portiers. o ff
Good iron beds, any size, brass yjr Solid oak center tables, 2f-.n. square. qq. "t OiJO - d.Ui)
trimmed, at -w beauties, at iJOU Larg;? solid oak morris chairs, full
Handsome n-piece ln-droom suits, welUo pirj Music cabinets, just the thing for a r- nr uidiolstering, any color, of good j- or- 25 percent saved on Novemlier
made and finished, at It.UU Xmas present, at U.CU velour, at sJ.CU prices. ,
We will "ive you every advantage and attention if you will kindly give your holiday purchases a little earlier start this year. Later on we get so
busy and the selection and assortments are not so goo I as you will llnd this month. We will store all purchases free of charge until wanted. We are
doiiV' this daily for many new as well as old customers. Come and see the many economies here.
25 Per Cent
Leading Furniture House
25 Per Cent
ARE YOU -n?
THE ONE thepfaco
where you would get the
best and freshest goods at
the lowest prices? Hess
Bros, is the place. Every
thing in the lino of fruits
and vegetables is new and
fresh. Their stock of staple,
groceries is also complete.
Read their list:
Wax H ttas,
Apples by barrel.
Dressed Spring Chickens.
Turkeys D.eksted to Order,
1620 Second Ave.
Harper House Block.
Just as S
oon as fiie Lobe Goat for Ladies Game
in Vope, the Men's Goat
Half a Yen
i in Length
in Rock Island are wear
ing our work. It pleases
them and will please
everybody who is inter
ested in looking neat at
all times. If you are not
a customer let us have a
trial package today. We
guarantee to please you.
Cor. Twelfth Street and
There's reason in it; a man in a little dinky Coat
does not look his best walking beside a lady clad
in a long Coat. We were never better equipped to
sell Overcoats than now. We are showing all the
leading styles in Yokes, Chesterfields, Varsity and
all the other "doofangled" names dealers are giv
ing Coats now-a-days but the swell Coat for swell
The Black and White
We are showing these Coats in the different lengths
and styles and makes, they are trimmed with gen
uine Venetian lining, made and fit to perfection,
and if you are looking for the correct thing, you'll
not find it until you have climbed into one of
these stunning Black and White.
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