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THE AROUS MONDAY, APRIL IS li)04
PuDUaned Dally and Weekly at IBM Sec
ond aTenne. Kock Island. 111. f Entered at
tne poatofflce aa aecond-claaa matter.
BY THE J. W. POTTER CO.
TERMS Dally. 10 centa per week. Weekly
I per year in advance.
All commucicationa of argumentative
cna.ra.cier, political or religions, must bare
real name attached tor publication. No
aocn articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship in Kock Island county.
-Monday, April 18, 1904.
-eason i- on. AI! else
per cent of tin- populatic
can teal. That's ;t mi:
tl.'iiii: fr tin- cnr
(.urge i. ;i'ht Hey. ;f Seattle, lias
l.j.; fur 1 1 1 1 I i : ) i- fame, lie ha- "invent
ed" :i crinlc." rooster. 'II, i- runti-r
i- in' ' rut- democrat.
The Pata'" nian- object
photographed. A glance al
urc !' one explains v li v 1 1n
entertain th--c objections.
Senator Uir-1 1 icli. i:f Nebraska, ha
been exonerated. .v hi' can afford
In confer a favor on tin people of his
state I'V swearing that he'll le-vcr do
W. It. Smith, of (Iranil I'apids. is the
champii n h u niori-1 . lie a n noiinces
himself f r tin1 presidency ami Lis
record: "There is not hing again-1 me
a ml 1 a in link mm n."
lame hit roiiili Ilil-x has again
told the st ry of tht' poem "I.conain
h'" xxhich he wniic and gave t tin'
wel l;! a IVe's. "Itut.a- i imi f denied
that I wrote it. I am a liar iinvniiv
xoii put It" he sax.-. All riifht. .Sim.
jiut a.- v on . a. .
The Oh'o leg i-!a I m e ha- agreed
itj ri a i oin rcnii-f !c;i! option bill
for in i: ; p.i ! i I ic-. and it will In- sign
ed by 1 1 : - gov ernor. 'I lif bill provides
for local i ption election liv i.'i-tricts in
in n nii-i ;a li t i on petition if -in per
lit of t he cl i-l'ir-. hen a u e!c ct ion
r two i-a r
will control fi
If ( max be
lo!d a- to noi
ago I '.; roniclc
pardoned for be'ng
iir ll.c fact, the (
ha- been -i iiriu-
n-l cngag-ed in trxing to mi-lrad I lie
people of ( hicago in regard to 1 1:
honor and honcst.x of Slate's Attor
ney licncin that it ha- mt in it- cdi-toiia!-
mentioned the name- of Y. .1.
Ilniin or Max or Harrison fora( lea-l
I'nitfi! -States Senator Cullom i- be
gint:;ng hi- regular talk at long range
to the republicans of Illinois alioiit
parlx loxalty a- paramount to every
'I'.-iilerat i"u of pa 1 1 ioi in. it pos
sible that the leader- i f tin- gi.tud old
parlx have already interpreted the
sign of the time- a- indicating that
the iiouiina t ion nf )ic-k Yates i- prob
able and are preparing the rank and
tile to accept the inevitable without
a in it rin ii r V
t o!, t'arey M. .Iotie. of Davenport,
a w ! !-know ti ic -tock auctioneer, in
si-.-oeiati: n with a iinnilier of other
i'omiiu nt a m't i neer-. wi'l p,n in
lit I v in Haxenport a m-IiohI of ane-tioiie-rinir
and oratory. The aim of
the school will lie to develop auctioneer-
capable of rolling ofF talk lv the
ail. TIiiti' will lie coiir-c- in na
tiin. rra miliar ami other lraiu-h .
air.l a ioi!;pi'tent spi-eiali-t in charirt
f each department. !'!. June con
tluctc ! .-a!c- of faticv c:Mtle in 17
talc- f I lie union la-t car.
As to an Issue.
New York Journal
-:i- that if the tariff
tie of the campaign it
1i lu made mi Iiv the
it i 'ient that tlie
1lie repuiiliea n i- to
let ah'tic. ami to hac
chief il'!-irc of
h'axe the tariff
lhe!r own wav
ith it without an ncv "maiM'ate i f
The peop'e.' " The Journal of t'om
Jlit'fce dots not leliee that tlie re
tililie:ni party i- ju-t i:ow happily
iti:itei with re-pei-t to ;t- tariff po-s-
i t it-it. and alls attention to its vn
riiitf and e(juim'al policy a- to reci
procity and to it- avrne prouii-e- of
"re i-iou" of the tariff "by it- frien.i."
Thi- i- interpreted to mean no -h;inre
in tlu' rt piiblican liih protection poli
cy and a ".-tandiny pat" r. the doc
trine of !csriIatixe fioriti-m. The
ame paper -a-:
n.' protect ie tariff ha- Ik-cii dc
clari' ! li one of it- Iteneticiaries to
lie the 'ii'.i thiT of tra-ts." and the one
effi'i-tic ywiy of ;e;lintr with tlm-e
that '.etci.-e Ihe power i f monopoly
in in!u-tr and trade i- to let in the
pr ure of w hi le-ome competition.
If !: democratic part ha- any i--ue
upon xxhich it can make a re-pectalde
ci tit " '"-rs ear. it is that of such a
let!, ii.a i f tlie tariff a- will takeawax
the protection by which fawred in-trre-1-
fatten at the cxjmt-c of the
productive industry of other-.
I'ndoiihf itlly the tariff will be an i--Mie,
a very important one. but in it?
appeal to the country the lernocrat ic
party will not be confined to it. l!ut
the Journal of Commerce makes, a
further sii''e-ticn aloti"- the line that
it was mir-uiiiLT when we iiterrimt-d
"Jf it makes that the j-ue and con
ducts a timorous content, witliout
t riiiimiiiir or vaerinif. it may not win
aLfdin-t the int renehed power r.f the
intere-t- and combination that pro
tection ha- fo-ter-.'. so !.ujt a.- these
hate the benefit of prosperous condi
tions that ci ntinue in spite of them
on account of the rc.-ources and vital
ity of the country.'
We are not- told that the party will
not win. but that it ma v not. In other
words, it will have to take the chance
that all parties must take which sul
mit their clalnjs for support to the
ufer.s of the country. Jt is worth
-i niethir. however, to hear the Jour
nal of Commerce, with its republican
il ot-iivitie-. speak of "the int leliched
power of the interest and cimbia-tioii-
that protection ha- fostered."
which have ihe "benefit of pro-perous
conditions that exist in spite of them.
on account of the resources and vital
ity of tin- country." We do not be
lieve that the country i- in a frame of
mind In lie sapped much .'onyer by the
lioii- an ! other
-tin- trusts, combina
favori'd special inter-
Tlie Public is Kager to Know.
Senator I'urton. of Kansas, tlie
.- tates man lately found triiilly of coii
d:ict u n bei-oinin ;i senator, say- in a
letter to a lriind: "If it could all be
1-ld just a- it i the ab-oiutc truth
it would appall the world. Some time
it w ill all be known.'" Thomas .
l.avv.-oii. i,f Co-ton. who testified the
other day in the l!ay State ira- ease
that he and a small f"roup of other
men mai.e a pront ot i'l.uuii.uuu in a
-iiiirle deal, declared later that he had
understated those pri fits bv .'o.tKiu.-
rccalleii his own prediction
ttiat the yas hearintr would furnish
"-cries f tla-hliyht pictures to which
the Cnited State- -hipbuildini; f.m
daniro will look like a midnight .silhou
ette." The appalling facts of which
Senator I'urton claims to have knowl
edge anil the ya- pictures which Mr.
I.aw.son anticipate- with -ueh -o!iti-
dent expectation will all be hospitality
received lo. all interested public. We
are all concerned to know how a -en-alor
justifies to hi- own conscience
the sale i f his influence with the
Wa-hiutoii departments, and what
sort of transaction.- those were which
in a short lime showed' a profit of .iiii.
Miiit.iriM) t,, ;i very small iiroiip of men.
The public, saxs Ilarpei-'.- Weekly.
is alwax- jlad to learn xxh.it i-. or has
i. It is lii'ttinir a yood
f profitable i n f orma t ion nowa-
i.eal of pr
day.- about politics and about bu.-i-nt
from one -uiirce or another, but
tin -t of it is stiil Incomplete, ami anv
b:-ot !;. crrltiy or i . t herw i.-e. who has
a story to tell will not lack attentive
hearers. An occasional x iew of the
inider-i.ie of things is cxtrcinclx in--trnctive.
I'-peciaMy after a peri id
of yreat bu.-ine-- aivi pecii'at ive ac
tivitv. the ureal .-.rinx of liirr are
curioii- to knoxx hoxx ihe winner.- won.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
ircles and return via C.
April r.';: to May 1. (i
up to J u:ie ::).
ai'.d I. os An
U. I.V I. I.'y..
od to return
The ('.. M. tV St. I. passenvrer
for Chicago aed Kan-a- City
prove favorites with the ijm ts
hotels, ;is the pas-eii'jcr depot
conveniently located only a block or
two am! yon I'nd the lilu-st trains run
nliiy through Hock l-!and.
One fare plus $J for the round trip
to a number of points northxxest and
soulhxxe-t on April l'.. Al-o very loxx
otie-xxay rates to a number of points
on same date, via the C, K. 1. - I'. Iiv.
Ate xoii yoiiiir to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so. take the South
west Limited on the C. M. A St. V. at
1 ' : r. j i. in., or the early mommy train
at ..:':. You will be assured of a
p!eaMii:t and safe journey.
Stop sod Think
If mhi want to yo to Chicayo von
can take one of the C M. .V St. P
tine train- and make an easy and rap
id "ournev. Trains for Chieayo leave
ISock Island a- follows: At 4:15 a. in..
arriviny at Chieayo at :.Vi a. in.: at
4:."iS p. m.. arriviny at Chieayo at 1 ; .-"
p. in., and at 1 1 r -"! p. in., arriviny at
( hicayo at T:."i.i it .in.
Peoria. III., to Wahlng;ton. n. C anil Up
turn April 23. 1904.
Directed by C. U. Yandervort. prin
cipal of I'reeley school, 1'eoria; $40,
tlie reyular railroad fare, covers every
necessary expense for the week, in
cluding1 meals, sleeping car berth,
board in "Washington, guides, side
trips, etc. Send for circular yiviny
detailed information. Allen M. Nyc,
T. V. A., I'Ag Four Koute. Peoria, 111.
Foley & Co., Chieayo, oriyinated
IToney and Tar as a throat and luny
remedy, and on account of the yreat
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
ey and Tar many imitations are offer
ed for the yenuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey mid Tar and refuse any sul
stitute offered, as no other prepara
tion will yive the same satisfaction.
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
A spriny tonic for the children, (iixe
them HoUisler'.- Kocky Mountain Tea.
See them thrive, yroxv . cat and sleep.
The chiTdrcn's doctor. ZZc. tea or tab
DAILY SHORT STORY
An Order For Diamonds.
(Copyright. 1X4. by C. li. Lewis
The house of Sloane, Saunders A: Co..
London, had received a letter from Sir
James Illauktoti, livh;y about a mile
out of the village of Morpeth, asking
them to seud down a mau with dia
monds for marriage presents. It was
added that his carriage would meet
the man at the station at 0 o'clock in
the evening. I was the one selected to
go, and 1 reached Morpeth on time
with 5,IHX worth of diamonds con
cealed about my persou.
A carriage awaited me, but I had
hardly taken a seat in it when I had
iueer feelings. The outfit xvas too
common to be owned and publicly
used by such a man as Sir James
lllanktoii. and the two men on tin box
didn't appear at all like servants. I
made bold to say:
"See here. men. I think there is a
mistake. I think I Lave got Sir James
J "da id; ton mixed up with Sir James
Uasl.ton. It is the latter who owin
a large interest in u Manchester cot
tjn factory, isn't it':"
"It may be. but I dunno." replied the
man who was driving as he pulled up
"Well, you see. I wanted to show
him some of these new dyes for cotton.-."
"Is that your line, sirV"
"Yes. I have ten new colors just cut.
I am sorry for the blunder, Lut I am
"Then what the bloody blazes did
you get ;nto this turnout, for.'
To see Sir James Iilanktou, of
course. 1 got it in my head"
"Oh, blow your 'ead and your 'eels
tool Jim. turn about and drive the
bloomin' ass back to town"
"I'll be shot if I doesl" replied Jim.
"lie can get right out 'ere and take
'isself back on his own legs and be
Mowed to himl"
When I had walked the two miles
and reached town, I went to a hotel.
Inside of live minutes I had learned
that Sir James Ulankton lived in the
opposite direction to that I had taken.
Further, that the gentleman and his
wife had been in Scotland for several
weeks. It did not take ine long to
tiyure it out to my perfect satisfaction.
It was a put up job to rob the London
house through mo. and it had been put
up with the aid of some one at Sir
James Itlatiktou's house.
I started for Loudon by the i o'clock
train. The night had coin' on dark and
stormy, and there were but few pas
sengers from Morpeth. There were
two plain women ticketed to Durham
and a man about forty years old of
pleasing address a:nl -cent eel appear
since. The four of us were ushered
into the same compartment. As soon
as we fell into conversation the man
gave me to understand that he lived
at Levorly. a town about lifty miles
down the line, and from certain words
let fall I gathered that he was a prom
inent public otlicial of the place. I
didn't exactly reply that I was in the
dye line, but he probably inferred as
much from what I said. I was glad of
his company. lie was well posted, a
The women got out tit Durham and
left us alone. We passed Darlington
and were stiil the so!e or-cupants of
the compartment. Mr. Arnold, as he
had given his name, had been sitting
opposite me for an hour. As the train
cleared Darlington, however, he rose
up a:id yawned mid uaid:
"I am sleepy, and yet I can never
get a wink of sleep on the train. I!y
the way, I found a curious coin on the
street at Morpeth today. Can you make
anything of it""
lie had a coin in his fingers as he
stepped over to me. I reached out a
hand to receive it when lie seized me
by the throat with both hands ond had
me on my Lack in a second. I was no
match for him in strength. He gripped
my throat so suddenly and so llercely
that I was deprived of all powers of
resistance. Lending over me, with his
knee on my chest, he finally let up on
his clutch and said:
"Don't be foolish now! I know you
and am after those diamonds."
lie drew a wicked looking knife and
held it in his teeth, while he used souie
stout cord to tie my hands behind my
Lack. Why didn't I resist? Simply
because his clutch on my throat had
almost paralyzed me. When he had
taken the key of my Gladstone from
one of my pockets he turned mc over
"Now for the sparklers. I know you
shifted them to the bay when you were
at the hotel. A deuced line layout, and
the cash value must be close to 10,000.
It's a pretty haul indeed, and no risk
He placed the jewel case in his pock
et, lighted a cigar and pleasantly con
tinued: Take it easy, my boy. The next
stop Is North Allerton. and I shall gag
you and leave the train there. You'll
be discovered at Leeds or sooner."
I was so mad and my throat hurt me
so mu h that I made no attempt to re
ply. After a couple of minutes the
train slackened speed, and in sixty sec
onds more it had come to a standstill.
"Special stop. Is it?" growled the rob
ler as he took a gag from his pocket
and bent over me. "Well, here goes to
keep you ouiet while I pet away."
Just then the guard opened the door
to admit two passengers, and I began
to yell at the top of my voice. The
robber made a lolt for it. and he would
have got off temporarily at least but
for an accident. He caught his foot
and fell heavily on the platform, and
before he could rise the gnaTds had
him secure. The job had leen put op
between him and the two men who
drove me. assisted by a maid in Sir
James Hlankton's house, and I had the
satisfaction of seeing the quartet seat
to prison for long terms. M. QUAD.
Care'ine Xci-o:: to . I"). I'.riiiker
hofT. lot 7. li'ock 1. I'.lack Hawk Fourth
add.. Uoek I-l."i:d.
C. J. Al.lf. rth to C. K. Ji l.ii-i n. lots
I-'! and . Idm-k Fast Volim-. -St', in.
v, .!".. ,v:t....v t.. i:i.-.c We'-n-i
inn'iv. : : !." and Jii. block 7.
J. 15. Kcklr.ut to
feet, h.t (i. and e
I. A May-.- second a
Ft fa (inv.di : i .
feet lot ii. l'.i
Ah.Tay's see: :: add
J. D. 15'aek. e: ah.
1-,-r. let 1-. b'o. k I
Kock Islat; !.
n. - i - ri
l.udwiy WeHnitv. xv
l! feet. I: t . Idoi k
I. 15. Fck: art. w 3.1
feet lot 7. 1-1 ik 1.
.. Moi:-!.-. 1.
to W.dlaee Treich--.
ISoIiImmI tti (Imvi.
-v siarmuy incioent is n:i rra t el Oy
J. din Oliver of Philadelphia, as fol
lows: "J xxas in an axxful condition. Mx
sk:n was almost cMoxv. eyes sunken.
toi.yuc coatcii. pa. ii coin inuaMy in
back an I sioes. no appetite, yrowintr
weaker day by day. Three physicians
had given me up. Then I xxas advised
to use Klectric Litters; to my yr:at
joy. the first bottle made a decided
improvement. I contiii!id their ue
for three weeks, and am now a well
man. I know they robbtd the ur:ie
of another victim." No one should
fail to try them. Only .Vic. yuaranteed
at Hart txj I'ileme.x er's dniy store.
Cfiic&70 April is. Foiiowir g ire me oixn-
IQK, blRheii. lowent and clomar quoiai ors
la today'a markeu:
Max. K'i 9".U 92".i y2'E.
'Ul. Ij'i'i Srt Mi H V
Sei.t , new. M.: S2?i; si--,; t-j;,
Mav. ?2V f.: '-2
Julr . Su : 4 : ftti,,
Sept., 4 v.ty.. 48:: '..
Mav. aT"4: 34: 3s.
Julf. 3.i4: :t; : mt: s:h.
Sept., ai-j; aiJi; 3.-;'i;31-j.
Mav. 11 M 1 Ml It H1 IJdO 1
July, I -J 1J; 12 ill: 1207; 2 IT.
Mav. fi 42 fi 47- 6 12 17.
July. C 5?: ii (iS: 6 7. 6 r
Mav. fi 17 G -27 6 17; 6 27
July ti.35. c.5: r :'.V P-i-t
re:r.t loaav vn-nl Hi. cot n 73. o.its
H i, iO!f t ! OlW catt.r: HMMl. sle-i 3) tKlf).
lii't opened xv. ak to loc lucr
L-lril 4 !i i(i,b It) luixeo niu jjtCb
T T I "V .".'! ': rood lit avy. 1 7i'i5 2S roiiri
hca-y ei.TMcD t 9 v
Call!'- ruixikOiiened weak. l?ito-:.'-c lower.
hee; iiarRet ope nea weak to Wc ljwer.
1'pton utor.K varos x ei 3 in
Hoif 'nark" weak. ID t l.""-; lower.
t.' ?it- H c."i j.5 iu. mixee. tun uuicfier. I.TO
?! 1j eooa tioavv. l.70ii5.2'l; roucfi ufeavv.
i 70 u i V
Pun I- 'Tiri ivcar.
t-ves Hii?t,i..Hi, rows arri befi-j 1.25
lu.il II. st ickcs anil feeut-rs2 tOfif i."o.
siii-ep market w-ah..
Hog m.irtt r.liisPd si ixv at ca-lv ; .rices.
I. ii fli. SI6I6A1.; triixrrt anu UUCCUcta 4 70
i ffoou nf:avv. 1 1 :or5 it), rjucti beavx,
Pntlie uiartcet closed srrnerallv lower.
Stetp martct closed sltaJy to Il'o lower.
New VorR. Ajui! In Tbt- following art- tie
.''ViJ nuolaiion on thr Sew Yortr alocl
S u par 1 i
JiC-fi&i 5s$s i'icV 'TH-,
SCHL9SS BROS CO
FINE CLOTHES MAKERS
shows two of the
To buy or sell Second
hand goods of all kinds.
1628 Seconal avenue.
L :. is !.',; i:. k
is . 15 tx: i.l. :
I l'.2l(. Souf
.'i Atctuson con
noi 73'4. AtctiiNfin jiid. 'S2-'1.U. M t i. )'.
H',. M.tnli.ilttti ii-.", r.innvr 111'.. r. t?.
Tel. Co t. N I'lS', t: fs. A. ... Kdc.
corn moil 1 1 , can. 1'acitic ilfiv. Leat tier, com
mon li i: T. 4iI'B l'aettlj iviad I:.
S. .Sleel jitd. til . l. S. S'ecl roinmou US,
iv-;ia. I''. H Mo. racitic 0' i Union 1'arit c
Pi:,. coal .nd ;ron :!'.'. Krie cuiiiinnoxi.,
Valnti ifd. 3.)' Car tounarv 1'. C & t".
W. li',. hep Sltel ptd.. . . Ker. -t -el com
mon 'i New YorK Central l"iU- Illinois
Ceuiral l id1.
LOOAL, HAKKET CONIJITIONS.
UautAtlona on PruTlslona.
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, April is. Following are tlie
juoiauoiiK on tno local market:
Muit-.T '.Jrcamery 22t23c. dairy 2i'c.
".etj-Fresh l Ic.
uive $HJUitry Sprinft chtckenn lf)c
liourd neus tuc jicr ouad, lu'kcys
uucKs uk. fees- vc
crfei.io.en t'oiatocs. a)c. Oaiort 41.50.
Cattle steers f;?.) to ft. 75. cowa aao
betters f2.iHi to f i.or, calves I3.ini to t..M)
Hors Mixed and hutchers II 7.-S to ,.-.5
fcheep Y.-'ariine-s or over, 13.50 5 0C.
Lamb H.v l j 15 iO
Feet Hint IuL
Orain Corn h2 to Sic: oats. 4f!e
Foraee Tiraotav hay lio.iio lo 112; jiraric
i'j to m. so. straw e.5
Woua-riaru, per load 15.50
Coal-Luiav. ir usae! He. slacfe. tcr
i:'s ;i! ii;e time Tlie
i i. n; ;
..." - ; - 4:4.
1 flJwH. 7WI )
i - rrl I.-1 . ii
if f- it
... Vy 1 j ., , .. . 1
WE HOLD THE MAJORITY
When it nines 1u friviiiLf tlie highest fifiiiles f jjroeeries lit tli
Inxvest Jiriees piis-sibK'. Vt li:ixe (leterniined to in;i ke uur stnre tlie
tratlitiir p'ai e nf all eeoimmieal liuvers ami in nriU-r tn do si xx e liavo
U'ei;leil ti keep ii:i lit irs, liijli and prices lux - prices so Inxv that
verv purchase means a sa i hit --Let us have a trial order:
::-!!. can Apples. 2
1 pound d. scraji
10 Lars Cudalia.v's I)ia
iiiiinil C soap
Sit!.:ir, LU Hi-
ii liars Santa ( la us
Ej.'g-0-See ami 'ior,
New York gallon
3 lb. can Green
Pure Catsup, 3
3 Hi. can T'gg
Prunes, HI lhs.
Ouart Lottie Ammonia
- U. f.r. Cero-l'ruto
r.ihi-s and Cera Nut, li
lit-st I'atcnt I'loiir, everx
sack pua ran teed ...
Fancy Dairy Hutter,
Seeded llaisins, .1 Ilia
2 large rakes Ivory
2 cakes Sapnlio
3 11:. c!n extra fancy
Toothpicks, :i large
Pure Maple Syrup,
Shredded Cocoa nut,
in:.ii:.Mi:i:i; Tin: pla i:, nkai; postokfick.
Economy Grocery Co.
-V oml Ave; ull "j In nu iHkv lmiir ::!. lln U f.-sl;nnYy III.
John Volk &. Co.,
Dealers in single and double strength
lUinds and Mouldings, entered and
Hardwood Flooring of all kind.
Dealer in single ami double strength
Window GIas. Polished Plate, "leveled
Plate and Art Glass.
.ill and 329
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UrK 121 VND, : : : ILLINOIS.
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as is xxell kuoxxn xxill lighten up the
darkest or poorly lighted room, hut
you an just as xxell have your vxall
covered xxilh bright paper, and at tin
same time artistically elegant in de
sign and ha rinonioiis in coloring, and
it will be if you favor ns wit 1 1 your
orders. Our slock is very large and
all patterns are most carefully select
ed, so that there is not a common
place t hing in t he lot.
PAR.IDON m SON,
419 SEVENTEENTH STIIL' ET.
Old 'phone Union 213. New 'phone 2513
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and brass In
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Is. the h-IL'-st
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Pail-r suits, rocl.i-r.-. at:! fam
chair-, tic larg'-t line ever s'lown.
Young couplesabout to fur
nish little homes will do well
to talk it over with us. We're
making Special Induce
ments on room outfits at
prices and terms you'll be
willing to pay.
Another Buck's Jvinior Contest will
Be Given Soon. Watch Our Ad.
The famous Victor esten. -ion tables
-V large line of :ddeboarl- am! dinin;
chairs. Price.-, that xxill please xoii.
Puck range:, from $!.' up. Kitchen
cabinet.-, at t.'io. t uuy price.
Corner Sixteenth St. rand Second Ave.
HOCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS.
CLEMANN . SALZMANN,