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THE AEGUS, TIITJB SDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1901
Partly cloudy and proba
bly snow flurries tonight and
Friday; little change in tem
perature. J. II. SHERIER,
at 3:30 p. ni. L7,
-At 7 a. m. 21;
stoves at Young & Mc
dance ut the Tur-
AU things may come
To those who wait,
lint when they do
'they're out of date.
Cole's hot blast.
The Opera Singer.
Stoves at Wilchers.
Fish at Schroeder's. '
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Morning Light 5-cent cigar.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Ladies' shoes $1.50. Dolly Bros.
Harry Shannon company Sunday.
Telephone 1091 when ordering
There will 1m; a
ner hall tonight.
Miss Byrnes will not be undersold
in line millinery.
Plenty of fish of all kinds at Hess
A. Bush & Co., room 6, Buford
block real estate.
Boys" skates at cut prices at
Young & .McCombs.
Try hurricane coal., sold by the
Port Byron Lime association.
The Opera Singer Sunday night.
Prices 10. 'M and ."0 cents.
Harry Shannon company at llar
jkt's theatre Sunday night.
UucU'.s hot blast heaters, cheapest
and best at Young &, McCombs".
The greatest millinery sale of the
season at Byrm-s millinery store.
Your chance for a line hat at a
low price at Miss Byrnes millinery
See little Hazel and Harry Shan
non at Harper's theatre Sunday
Choice meats of all kinds at I.illje
berg's new meat market, COO Seventh
Great reduction on all trimmed
millinery all this week at Mrs.
Just received a big line of
scarfs. (ireat values at $
Ymmg fc McCombs.
Ten big vaudeville features.
seeial scenery and The Opera Sing
er Sunday night. Dec. S.
IS'ow is a good time to make your
holiday selections, lioods held unlit
wanted. Young & McCombs".
The fourth annual ball of Journey
men Barbers' union No. in occurs
this evening at Armory hall.
There was snow on cars from the
west this morning, a light fall f the
beautiful having been encountered
in western Iowa.
A. H. l.iitt. corner Third avenue
and 'Eighteenth street, sells ptye
wines and lienors for family use in
small oiinnlitics at wholesale prices.
Tin Harry Shannon company re
turn to Harper's theatre on next
Sunday night. Dec. S. anil will pre
sent The Opera Singer.
A. II. l.iitt. corner Third avenue
and "Eighteenth street., sells pure
wins and liquors for family u,se in
small (plant it ies at wholesale prices,
jf The Shannons and their big com-
pany return to Harers theatre for
t one night only Sunday Dec. . The
j; Opera Singer wiil le the play.
"J A. II. l.iitt. corner Third avenue
and 'Eighteenth street, sells pure
wines and Honors for family use in
small (pi:i nt it ies at wholesale prices.
Conductor Frank Boyd, while hci:f
iling with fellow employes at the
street car barn yesterday afternoon,
was pushed against the end of a
switch rod in the bauds of another
man and his nose badly cut.
Word lias leen received from the
president of the Oil Spring company
of Bakerstield. Cal.. that drilling has
liegun and that stock has advanced
to 1.1 cents jer share. Those wishing
to investigate call on or address,
("eorge IE. Scott, local agent, 1721
William I'llemeyer has Im-i-ii named
as uicmix-r of the executive commit-
tee of the Illinois State Pharma
ceutical association representing the
Fourteenth congressional district.
This committee will meet shortly to
fix the time and place of holding the
next state meeting.
Mrs. Llizabeth Stroehle entertain
ed the Jollv Thirteen Cich club at
her home, 1420 Sixth avenue, last
evening. 1 tie head prizes were won
by Mrs. George Godfrey and George
Simpson and the consolations bv
Miss Tina Griffith and James Maslin
Visit Dr. J. A. Davis's new dental
office, rooms Nos. 11-14 Winecke
building, 320 Brady street, Daven
ort. All the latest and best modern
equipments for dental use. Prices
reasonable for first class work.
If you want the best and cheapest
heating stove on earth buy nothing
but Cole's Hot Blast. As much heat
from one ton of soft coal in this
stove as can be had from one ton
hard coal in any base burner. Come
and see the stove in operation now at
P. S. Wileher's. 303 Twentieth street.
Don't say O! pshaw! I wouldn't
have a soft coal stove. Cole's Hot
Blast is all that we claim for it.
Burns the gas, of soft coal and"no
smoke or gas from the often door.
Just as gol people as you say it is
the best heater on earth. Sells from
$10 to $25. See it at P. S. Wilcher's.
Cole's original hot blast stoves
make a ton of $2.50 soft coal equal a
ton of $S.5() hard coal. Same cleanli
ness, same even heat. Holds fire 36
hours with one had of soft coal. We
show it in operation, believe your
own eyes. Both stove and fuel cost
hours with one hod of soft coal. We
winter. Free demonstration today,
tomorrow and next day at P. S. Wil
cher's 3(:; Twentieth street.
The Industrial fair drew if large
crowd Wednesday night and the pro
gram was fully up to their expecta
tion. Williams -and Oneil. Irish
knockabout: Frank and Marty, par
odists; Turk, the baritone; John Per
kins and wife, s-ngers an I dancers;
and Kendricks and Williams, black
face comedians, all professional jho
ple. gave unusual satisfaction. They
will be with us all week. As extra
tonight there will be Spooju and
Tama.jores. Zulu babes. "Wit by little
Chip;" Ousley and Imhof. sketch ar
tists. Mr. Ousley singing some of the
latest coon songs. Also moving
pictures every night, new pictures,
including MeKinley at the Buffalo
exposition and his last sjeech.
BREAKS LEG AT PLAY
Albrandi Has Accident in
While playing in Hawthorne school
var.l this morning several bovs piled
n Victor Alhrand, aged 13. causing
him to fall in such a manner as to
break his left leg between the ankle
and knee. He was carried to his
home. S12 First avenue, bv his play
mates, and Dr. C. T, Foster called to
adjust the fracture.
All TKe Comforts, of Home
Most complete stock in the city. Including everything in the Furniture line that would make an ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT. The early
Buyers are getting the cream of choice just as the "early bird gets the early worm." A pretty line of Iron Beds, Ladies Dressing Tables, Par
lor and Library Tables, Gentleman's Chiffoniers, Lamp and Palm Stands. Easy Rockers. Grass. Twine and Fancy Reed Pieces, Odd Parlor Pieces.
A most superb line of Leather Chairs and Couches. Odd Dressers, (all woods), Our Morris Chairs are the talk of the town. Everything for the
kitchen and bedroom.' We append only a few appropriate pieces.
II. Cleavelaud was in Fulton to
ft last night for
for the benefit
under GEa.l AM LAWS,
la r if Zenf for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
DR. RICMTER'S Wor!4-Rnwne4
Whit one rbyiciao out of maQy testifies
U V L. I..i4 MQl,
in cases ot inuuciuaj a
Backache. RheumptiamJ kg
etc vour-ANCHOR PAI N H
EXPLLLER has proven to fj
be an prcellent remedy.! "ft
by giving the desired relief. " M
l- lULIOViT.' 1M
Z5C U4 cue at ma orutjitM or l&rougB
F. A a. Klchter Cc S 14 Pearl S L, Kcir lort
CG HIGHEST AWARDS.
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Andrew Axelsou I
AIIiioiieriiie. X. M.
of his health.
r.riijamin Whitsilt. Sr.. and sons
John and Reitjauiiii. are attending
the livestock how in Chicago.
John Harris, of Ilngley. Wis., ic-
turiied home today with some fine
livestock purchase! I in this vicinity.
CONVICTS' KITCHEN BURNS
AT CHESTER PENITENTIARY
Springfield. 111.. Dec. j. The con
victs kitchen of Chester eniten
tiary burned this morning. The loss
is $ ':,(.
Peters was held to the grand
$t.V) Itonds on a charge of as
sault with a deadly weapon, his vic
tim leiiig (iillM-rt Murray.
William Herd (colored) was placed
bonds to keep the peace 00
He was arrested n complaint
Ilariritln fur Friday.
Iirge sized whisk brooms, each 5
(mioiI brooms, each "l cents.
Child's toy brooms, each .1 cents.
Child's red toy cart, each 10 cents.
Child's toy go cart, .13 cents.
Set of child's toy dishes, l'J cents.
1-irge, line crokinole boards, $l..'l.
Fresh fish at Maucker & Tomi's.
Catfish, croppies and buffalo at
Maucker &. Tonu's.
Tin keys, ducks and chickens dress
ed to order nt Maucker & Tonu's.
Dill pickles, saner kraut and Hol
land herring nt Maucker & Tonu's.
.Nice cattish, llmon and trout ui
Tubbs & 1'ragg's.
See the Leader's line of colonials,
8 strap. "J strap cross strap and
Nothing will fill the bill for a holi
day jwesciit for a gentleman like a
comfortable pair of slipers. Drop
in ami see our line. The Leader.
The expressions of grateful women
who have experienced wonderful
blessings using Rocky Mountain Tea
compensates us for our efforts iu
their behalf. 35c. T, II. Thomas,
Subscribe for Tlie Argue. "-
Handsome combination book cases,
in Mahogany and Golden oak, $.).00,
$.i3.0. $20.00 and
Footrests. 100 different styles, $1..0,
S'c, 7.e and
A very large line of jardineer stands,
in Mahogany. Oak, Maple. Flemish
Oak. Teakwood. if-'O.OO. $10.00, $.00,
Carpet sweepers, all the different
makes, $3.50. $2.73. $2.50 and
The largest line of iMorris Chairs in
the Tri-Cities, in leather, pantasote.
velour and corduroy, $25. $17.50 and
Over 50 different styles of Couches,
in leather, pantasote. corduroy and
velours, both plain and tufted, $45.00,
$25.00, $10.00 and
Handsome line of davenports, in the
different woods, $40.00, $35.00, $27.50
30 different styles of dressing tables,
in Maple. Mahogany, I'.irch and Oak,
$35.00, $25.00. $11.00 and
A large line of Library Tables. $27.50.
$22.50. $12.00 and
200 different styles of Parlor Rock
ers, $25.00, $15.00, $0.00 and
Ladies' desks in Maple, Mahogany,
DircJi and Oak. $20.00. $15.00. $6.00
Handsome Music Cabinets in Birch,
Mahoganized and genuine Mahogany,
$18.00. $12.00, $7.50 and
Elegant Sideboards, over 50 differ
ent patterns, $S5.00. $65.00, $45.00 and.
Just received a large shipment of Ex
tension Tables. They are beauties.
$30.00, $24.00, $S.OO and
Just unpacked a large line of hand
some Divans. $25.00. $15.00. $12.50 and.
THE TENDENCY THIS YEAR IS TOWARDS MOKE SUBSTANTIAL GIFTS AND THE PLACE TO FIND THEM RIGHTLY . PRICED IS AT
W. S. H
urnifure House of the Tri-Cities.
103-105-107 East Second Street. Davenport. Iowa.
We always have n. choice and
complete line of everything
that is seasonable, both in the
line of fruits and vegetables.
We also carry a full line of sta
ple groceries. Read our list:
tireen Means. Ovter IMant.
Wax Beans. CucumTwrs.
Squash. Soup Hunches.
Head lettuce. Turnips.
Leaf Lettuce. Celery,
1G20 Second Ave. Thone 1031
Harper House Block.
Wagoa do it now.
We are anxious that every ierson
in Rock Island should see a s:uu
ple of our work. WC'rc Mire it
will please. We are so sure that
we will call for a trial package,
and if it is not letter laundered
than you have leen getting else
where, it will eost you nothing.
Why not try it this week.
Do it now.
Cor. Twelfth. Street and
11 , i fc?
There's a great scarcity of fine long overcoats it may
truly be called an overcoat famine. Manufacturers
are unable to fill orders and dealers are scrambling,
begging for these popular garments, so great is the de
mand. We are pleased to announce through two very
fortunate deals we are prepared to show a
In fact we are longer on long overcoats than we have been at any
time during the season! AN the popular styles, Yoke,
Fullmore, Ryton and Varsity are here.
Prices on finer grades from
llJ CSb i
If you are- desirous of getting the right style in a long
overcoat at a short price you can save a dollar or two
by supplying your long overcoat wants at the .
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