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THE HOCK ISLAXD AUG US, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1009.
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Carpets, Parlor Furniture, "nJhK jj-f fl) I O' (Tl5 "1 INT 9 Domestic Rago, Bedroom -?;!;
Dining Room Furniturs, Y o so U MlLh-U. ITx Furniture, Library Furni- !
Stoves and Ranges. j PBj "OITtO j ture, Den Furnishings.
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75c best all-wool Ingrain Carpet, ex
tra heavy C3
Extra heavy all-wool Ingrain Car
Very good ail-wool Ingrain Car
65c very best all-wool filled car
45c heavy half-wool Carpet 37 H
Beautiful patterns ot heavy Ingrain
Carpets, regular price 40c, sale
Pretty patterns of heavy Ingrain Car
pets, choice of patterns U3
85c fine Brussels Carnet G7Hc
$1.20 Windsor Brussels Carpet 07HC
$1.15 very heavy Wilton Velvet Car
$1.35 Extra heavy "Wilton Velvet Car
pet "SI. OS
$1.25 Axminster Carpet G3
$1.45 extra heavy Axminster Oar
Our very best Inlaid Linoleum, regu
lar rrice $1.25. during sale ...J)S
Our (food Inlaid Linoleum, regular
price $1.15. during sale 8SC
Good Granite Linoleum, regular price
Soc, dr.rtng sale Gf
Good Printed Linoleum, regular prir-e,
60c, during sale 30i
Very Best Printed Linoleum, resmlar
price 65c, during sale 5-i
Takes Pleasure in Bringing to Your Notice tfie Following Announcement of Our
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On Dependabl3 Furniture, Bugs, Carpets, Linoleum, Lace Curtains, Stove3, Ranges, House Furnishings of Every Description
- $JL J! T7 TjlT1
YOU NEVER SAW ITS EQUAL IN- ALL YOUR LIFE:
YOU ilAY HAVE ATTENDED SOME BIG SALES IN YOUR EXPERIENCE you may have bought goods at figures
to you were ridiculously lovr, but never before m all your bom days have you seen goods of such splendid character
prices as. we are making on tins stock. We have never nad a sale betore that would measure up to this in
sacrificed at such
point of values it stands head
and shoulders above everything we have ever before attempted. There has not been such a sale held before in the tri-cities in years
NO, NOT IN MANY YEARS! We never in all our experience were able to offer bargains that were equally as great, and do not ex
pect to be able to do so in years, livery ramily m nacli ot tins paper today should be interested m this marvelous selling event. In
case you are not in need of any goods at present, it will pay you to anticipate future wants and satisfy those wants during this great
WAIT FOR IT! BE PREPARED! SAVE THIS ADVERTISEMENT AND HURRY HERE.
THE BEST SELECTIONS ALWAYS GO FIRST! DON'T DELAY ATTENDING '
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Very best Body Brussels Ruii mwli
Very Best Body Brussels Itntrs made.
Handsome Velvet Rug. 9x12 810.87
Handsome Tapestry Run. 9x11 S0.G5
Genuine Bagdad Wilton Rug. bewttlfnl
patterns, 9x12 S-0.50
Reversible Ingrain Rug, pretty pat
tern. 8x12 S3.G7
ere m am pportMiaity to mif mrsiitiiire at 'a saving that is worth while
BOSTOX LEATHER COUCH, like cut
massive frame of -sawed ork, heavi
ly carved head, and feet. bim steel
springs, an extraordinary C ()7
bargain, it $J0i
Some of these bargains are the result of quantity buying, others are I our word for it. Don't take any one else's word for it. Don't take
expedient because of short quantities. Not one or two "specials,?' r the argument of any one else for it. Be your own judge. Make
but Elegant Furniture for every room in the house plenty of it
way under value. We have taken heroic measures to make this
sale the greatest and most successful sale the tri-cities ,has ever
known. If vou can believe vour eves come and see it. Don't take
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us prove onr advertising. Perhaps you n(?ed a Dresser, a Brass
Bed, a Dining Room Table, Rocker, or a new Spring or Mattress.
No matter what you need you will find it here during this gigantic
sale at prices that will astonish you.
Kltrlien Tables, v..th drawer, nice
white tops, bard wood legs. -. .81.58
Here Are Displayed flcst Beautiful Creations of the Craftsman. Our Furniture is Made in the Good Old Fashioned Way
Made to Lastand -Yon Pay No More for Hoibrook's Good Furniture Hian Others Ask for the Cheaply Made Kind
Nw' method felt mattresRes full 45
extra heavy ticking, all sires, sold
pound weight, two part covered with
regularly lor n,so,
we price V
High flrrade felt mattresses f Q QQ
war $10. go for 0t5"
12 special extra heavy, test satin
rS??..? : S9.87
Cotton tcs mattresses, 9) " n
$3 value u.Oj
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Positively te finest and coetllest bar
pain lot of li'gb gracia dining ta'Die3
ever o'fered for sala. All of the latest
oak and mahogany finishes. Polished
and dall tiaxed. Richly carved; 6. 8
r;nd 10 ft. extensions. These bargains
annot be appreciated unless you see
the costly ehsracter and superior con
struction of the tables. Patent locking
T.. . Lot No. 300, at ?5.Gf
f Lot No. 107. at SO
& up to i'caesnsi uase Kouna lop Tables
It, Lot .No. 129, at SlU.S
Vast Solid Oak Pedestal Round Too Tables
assort- Lot No 57. at fS14-.
ment Lot No. 63. at S17.f
- Lot No. 72, at 831.87
China Closets 513.48 up and up to ' 875. CO
To Oat of Town Buyers
On all pnrchasfR made by out of
town buysrs attending this sale.
w will ship, pack and preppy
freight, no chargs for packing, and
guarantee Esfc delivery, this in tho
most liberal offer ever made by
any furniture concern anywhere
coupled with tho extremely lo.w
prices In our Great Sacriare Sale.
Common eonse will tell you to buy
your furniture et the store that
saves you money all the way, if
you are In earnest about saving
your money everything at louver
prices than ever made, ever attempt
ed, ever dared before. You do your
self and pociret bock an injustice
if you fail to $-asp this cpiiortun.tr.
If you want to save 20 to 50 on
bigh-grsde, brand new Bdroom
nituro you will find it profit
thke advantage of this great
sale which commences Monday, an
continues for the entire month. Th
sovo on VfV 7 A fK
400 i)rtsfii which wo will n)r on t-sr
e.ile will prove beyond any question IVJH .' 'X ' f ' f o 'i
of a doubt that Holbrok'a Is th- It J 2Tf-$?Tri, Ul
greateat bergaln, clearing house of let- r, 2, ' f 7 (
kind in the f)t. Thr-- Ireaar ff lii'.j
come in 11 the n-st ri;TEiv? :yp- f ' ' " Z "!?;
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such ss Colcnitl. T?niflrfe.
re?P. Pv'ncfP and ??i-xiern VMcris
in Eoldeti Of k. b5d'-f-y sui'pie. f-!:j
maheganrr erotch mnb-.r:y. rr.rlr
l irrrt and r-th&r ?trpul',r .ftr)lh9.
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JTOTHrKQ TO EQUAL THIS SALE
la tb war of dwB-rJgtt value glv
Ijj has over been witnessed Id the
Trl-Citift? Before t t t t 1
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I09-111 East Second Street
tprr article fibred fo fN
3 ni Jo 1; P Iftrlr krrtm new r r?
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SOCIAL CIRCLES .
Society Clears $80.
T& LadlP' Aid society of the First
Keihcdist cTiuroh. cleared ?S0 on tho
chicks pie supper servad last eve
ning at tba hoaio oi Mrs. J. p. Robin
Bon, 618 Tweatleth street. Supper
vaa carved to 173 people. Ths fc.l
lolns proaraci was rendered after
Orgaa, "Spring Sons" MondeUsohu
Readier, "Counting Egsa," Anon
jrctous I'oarl SaviHe.
VoJ, "iSy Trua Lo-e Is a Weav
er," Hlldock Emma Bonaon.
Piano, "Tho Last Hope," Gott-scJiaii:--rcfejsor
Voice, "Jamie, Dear," Bischoff ;
"Japanfwe Lova . Eons," Thomas
LceiJd Mae Cri Ramus.
Oreau, "Larco," Handsl Profc3
Mrs. Rob!acra was a'6 called uron
aad alio responded by '-.rendering
'"Swedish V-,ddicg Son:?," cn the crT
gan an4 "Old Black .Too with Varia
tions" on the piano, as en encore.
The next meeting will be held Wed
nesday afternoon at S o'clock with
Mrs. C. A. Curry, 1020 Twenty-third
New M,emlei-s Adopted.
Rock Island. Council, No.- 798, F.
A. A., held a large and -enthusiastic
meeting last evening at BeSelrrs hall.
Fifty-four members were In . attend
ance. Ten new members were initiat
ed Into the order and ' six applica
tions favorably voted upon. W. M.
Dick, district deputy, was given a
rising vote of thanks in apprecia
tion of his work in building up the
council. After the meeting an oyster
shipper was served and dancing and
rArd playing '"was Indulged in up to
. 3ire Flay ?:v. . 1C.
"Tea Soul of r.luslc, Mrs. Florence
:raglll ATaHaca's new play, Is having
rfch?aril almost niqlitly, and the en-
tnusiasm grows with each practice. At
a rehearsal Thursday evening every
member showed fine understanding of
tha Intent of the ply and a fair fa
miliarity with the lines, and the 12
days of rehearsal remaining before the
date of presentation In Rock Island,
Tuesday evening. Nov. 16, will prob
ably bring the polish of perfection.
Odd Fellows to Adopt.
Rock Island lodge and Ucal lodge
of the J?dd Fellows will unite in mak
ing, next" Monday night one of the
big events of the year in lodge cir
cles."' VTherc will be a class adoption
and a general good. social time. The
degree team from Manufacturers
lodge of Moline will have charge -of
the conferring of the degree.
-s' ; - . . Sale and Supper.
The ladies of the First Baptist church
will give their annual sale and supper
Tuesday,!, Dec. 7, afternoon and even
ing. .' ' ' "' '
. -Second of Scries. : '
Thel'Merrio Wlddow Clubbe fcaa 1s-
sued invitations for the second dance
of the winter series, to be given at
Industrial hall Thursday evening. Nov.
18. The Criterion orchestra wi!l fur
nish the music.
Phils thea Class Klect.
The Philathea class of the Memorial
Christian church held its annual meet
ing at the home Of Miss LouiEa Cook,
1024 Tenth avenue, and the following
officers were elected.
President Miss Grace Shifter.
Vice President Mies Blanche Al
brecht. Secretary Miss Merle Cook.
Assistant Secretary Miss Hazel
Pierce. : .
Treasurer MIS3 Anna Hause.
Reporter Miss Nina Bolimau.
After the election, the evening was
spont in a social way, and dainty re
freshments were served.
Thimble Bee Cl'ab.
The Thimble Bee club met with Miss
Sena SchweUs," 713 Twelfth avenue,
last evening. Sewing was the dlver-
ElOir Of tK e.veriJnor ftF',.VHh,'r.
I freshmonts were s .rvi. d by tl- ! (b - u urn-,
) fss. Tl-e rexi n:v '!' i; will bu .ia i-iv-.f.it fvr
, .viiss Mario ivvcit, ,'wv. 17.
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The Masonic dances tHi season will
be of special interest. The committee
in charge of the patties is planning an
elaborate entertainment and banquet
at tho end of the season if the fitiaccial
condition of the danct committee trea--uiy
will permit. In past years the com- ,
niittee has tried to make n.oney for
the lodges, but this year the entire j
proceeds will be spent on the parties j
with a view to making them most en- j
joyable. Admission to the' dances will j
be by invitation, and only those hold- !
ing tickets will be admitted to the en
tertainment. The first dance will be
given next-Tuesday evening. If the j
Ma?onic hall, which is now being re
modeled, Is ready, the dance will be
given rest Tuesday evening . at, the;
Elks' fi This was decided by tae
committee last eveniag as Masonic
hall will probably not be ready for use
.ai" that llniQ At this dflna thA nrt-m r.-i 'jr.
i or a ki
iiouncrd . a I
scribed lo:tl rmu1.
etantly failing to cure
inent, ; pronounced It
enco bag proven catanh .0 ' - a t-u -;
lutior.al diseaH3 and ther.-." e r'-f !.-.
constitutional .trcatnjont. Mall's C
tarrh Cure, manufacture! by F. J.
Cheney -& Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on :he mar
kct. It is ta'.:en Internally '.a dosJ
from 10 dro to a ti wpoo; ful. It
acls directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any caf It
fails to cure. -Send for circulars and
F. J. CH ENI2V Sc. CO., Toleao. Ohio, 1
Sold by drup?.istr. 75 cents
Take Hall s Family Pills for consti-
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of ;er :U lo .-. wc .urn t,j readz-"
voi.b i.: t. o pi co. II.-i 8JCcr3nor, It H
c!lmjl by tie . 00 .yj-.Ay. has been
riven chrrse wif; the und.'re'.aiidln
hat r.t Ji to observe the ne reju'a