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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1908.
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yatch and jewelry repairing expert-
A select musical program by Ogden's
Orchestra tomorrow eve. - In these
Ij? done by skilled jewelers. A,ll work J
guaranteed to oe satisfactory.
L concerts the RU DO LFiano is used.
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saie 01 rugSo Giirtains ana nouseiurnis
THIS timely sale affords the. opportunity of buying needed housecleaning and household articles at notable savings. Notwit
.. standing the low prices, the articles presented are perfect and thoroughly reliable in quality. The, wellselected assortments
B have provided in rugs, curtains & draperies assure a pleasing selection, The savings demonstrate the pricemaking power of this sto
Starts tomorrow morning (Saturday, April 4), continues throughout next week
50-foot lengths of
good quality cotton
rope firm and
strong. Special at "
Knife and Fork Trays, 5c
Hardwood trays, well made and
yhave natural wood finish. Like
cut. Special at each
Scrubbing Brushes at 6c
Best ox fibre brushes, made with
solid backs. A miQh needed arti
cle Special at each . v
All sizes paint
& Tarnish brush
es some priced
. as low as
6-qt. Stew Kettles 6c
Made of good quality pressed tin.
Specially .priced for this sale at
tO?I f" . f
Clothes Wringers $4.65
Lovell's, No. 771 Bicycle wringers,
Bt-st made rattan Carpet Beater
just like illustration,
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Feather and wool dusters
"We have these in all siz
es. Special for this sale
we 'offer a ?:ood 10-inch
body Feather Duster 9c
Jardineres, special at 21c'
Shown in a variety of at
tractive shapes and in as
sorted tints. 8-inch size.
35c value at each 21c.
14-qt. enameled dish pans
Best gray steel enameled
dish or rinsing pans.
Strictly first- grade; reg
ular 43c article at 27c
17-quart tin dish pans, 25c
Pressed tin pans fully re
tinned. Seldom sell under
50c apiece. Offered now
at half-price, 25c
The "Buckeye" kitchen set
Consist of hread knife,
cake knife and paring
knife. Made of best'steel
and w orth double, set 18c
Six dessert spoons, only 8c
Made of silver steel a
durable finish on & white
metal body; shell tipped.
Sale price, set of G at 8c.
Bristle floor brooms, $2.1
Arcry best quality of bris
ties securely fastened i
hardwood back. ll-iu(;
brush with handle, $2.1
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, 89c
Three In set Including handle and
stand. These are finely . nlckle
plated. 4 Set complete. QQ
special for this sale' at OiC
Enameled tea & coffee pots
Steel enameled pots of two-quart
capacity. Priced for this q
sale now at each iC
Folding Ironing Boards
"Eureka" make, strongly made and
easy to adjust; special at
Perpetual carpet sweepers
Durably made mahogany finished
cases equipped with good bristle
brush, now specially
priced, this sale .....
Parlor Brooms, each 23c
Excelsior brand, made of best Illi
nois broom corn. Winner at 0"5
33c, special for April sale jLOC
8-inch cut glass bowls, 2.65
Perfect brilliant cutting, each 52.65
Toilet paper; 3 rolls 25c
"Albeaten" brand. 1,500 sheets In
each roll. Best we have of-"" Q(
fered for price, 3 rolls for AOc
y ' "No-piece" curtain stretchers greatly reduced
Perhaps the mpst widely used stretcher now on the market Strong
made andvery eacily adjusted. Kiln dried bass wood is used in the co
struction and will not warp.
Note the special prices we have
ni.nH frtr- thin aal
No. 1 size. S1.87
No. 3 size, $1.58
No. 5 size at SI. 10
No. 7 size, at S3
"Automatic" refrigerators 15 to $40
IIZE for size, Aucoraat
lics use less ice than anv
nf1iri Tn-Frio-nvnTnT mnrln
i Perfect circulation -of . air
positively no intermingling
of odors. Vegetables, meats,
bake stuffs, butter and milk
can safely be put in at the
same time. Sold only here.
Prices range $15 to $40.
12piece toilet sets greatly reduced
. Some are slightly imperfect.
$9.75 set now $5.50
$12 set now $6.75
$7.25 set now $3.75
$8.50 set now $5.50.'
One set formerly $6.75 now $4.50 .
Best steel garden tools, special prices
Steel hoes, special' at 23c
15-tooth Jackson rake 60c
15:tooih Gdrd'en - rake, 23c
B6st steel j spades at 73c
The Queen lawn rake on sale at 35c.
aIroquois, Syracuse china the most durable mac
N American china that is equal and in many respects superior to Frei
and English chinas.. It positivelv will not cra'e, or discolor if chipped.
lave the exclusive sale for this vicinity and have several own stock patte:
the decorations of which are artistic and at
tractive. "For this occasion, these . prices:
$22 dinner set, border pattern, at $16
22.50 -dinner set, spray pattern, $16
, $30 dinner set, white and gold, $22.50
$15 dinner set, spray pattern, $11.50
, , $13, dinner set, spray pattern, $9.75
During the April sale we are offering 4 'dozen of the
very best quality of hardwood Clothes Pins for
Cut Glass Sugars and Creamers in beautiful
pattern that is perfectly cut. April Sale, pair"
"Victor" Paints are sold only by us. To introduce
the merits of these, we offer onerquart cans, at.-
Lace curtains, portieres and curtain materials Wilton, 'Lxmirister and .mattmg:rugs in :ttieVsa
pjnilE exceptional values we offer in these April Sales always at- f
I I tract many. Those -needing or expecting to need new draperies
for their home will find this a good opportunity to econom i z e.
Nottingham curtains in all-over figure; overlook edere: 54 inches bv
g 3 yards. Regular $1.75 values in the April sale at, per pair, $1.19
Irish Point curtains with plain centers and
attractive fancy border, 50 Inches by 3
yards long. Regularly $C50 for $4.7."5
, Brussels' Net curtains In all-over figured
'pattern. 50 inches wide by 3- yards long.
Priced regularly at $7.95, now pair 3.95
Real Arabian curtains of plain net 'with in
sertion and edging. Suitable for parlors.
During sale, Instead of 12 are now $8.95
Chenille rope portieres for double doors.
Come in assorted colors. Instead of $3.50
are priced in the April sale at each $2.75
Rope Valances in a variety of pret
ty new color effects. 5 feet wide.
Regular $X45 values for $1.0.
Fancy curtain nets In white, red, green and
Arabian. These have been selected from our
new-Spring assortments. 50 inches wide. Reg
ularly priced at 50c and 60c, now per yd. 39J
Fancy colored Scrims In neat red, pink, green
and blue figures suitable for bed room, dining
room and den curtains. These come 40 Inches
wide. Regularly priced at 29c, special yd. 19
Dotted and striped Swiss make practical sash
curtains, Yard wide. 15c grade at 9Mj
Brass curtain rods with white ends for long
curtains. Regularly 10c, sale price each
Water color pictures of the Doll
- and the Teddy Bear in neat brown
frames; 12 by 17 inches in size, 1.59
UR present magnificent collection of rugs is the result of p?
taking inspection, and selection from the products of the I
manufacturers. Especial attention was given to obtaining art
effects in refined patterns and colorings. Several special va;
27 by 54 inch Wilton rugs in" orienta
tern and fringed. .-$2.75 value at $J
9x12 all-wool lugraln rugs in red, g.-een and
. blue oriental patterns. $9 value, $7.75
v $19.50 9x12 Velvet rugs in oriental pat
terns unusual design and coloring $15.95
27 by 54 inch axminster rugs in floral and
oriental patterns. $1.93 values at $1.59
Japanese matting ruga in 36 by 7
size.' Regular 50c rug, special at 3
Canvass covered Trnuks with steel j
edge, brass locks; 32-in.; $7.50 val. $j
Low prices in new spring wall paper
NYONE contemplating the papering of a single
room or a whole house will be surprised at how
much can be saved by purchasing the paper here. We
also , hang paper and fully guarantee the work.
Good assortment of papers In
pretty spring patterns. Papers
.worth 25c, special, 10
Artistic ' patterns and colorings in,
papers suitable . for " most any
room. 15c values, at 7
Varnished Tile papers fof bath
rooms and kitchens. A service
able wall covering, roll, 15
Those wanting Inexpensive paper
will hardly find, anything to equal
these 6c papers at per roll, 2
Room Moulding at per foot, 1 l-2c.
75c Bed pillows; good ticks; special at each 59c.
Light weight Comforts for summer. Double-bed
size; cotton filled and silkoline covered. ; They .
are excellent and are regularly $1.23Mat 92c.
6.75 Collapsible gocarts, $4.75
The handiest, most practicable folding go-cart
made. Large and roomy when open, small and
compact when folded, see illustrations. Handle
and frame made of steel tubing. Rubber tired
wheels. Upholstering of best artificial leather.
$6.75 value, special at V
RECORD OF C9URT HOUSE
Real Estate Transfers. I
Mary F. Porter , to llockhart Heat
ing, Plumbing & Manufacturing com
pany, north fO feet of south 80 feet lot
4 block 24 "Old Town" Moline. 55,000.
WilUam A. Rugh to J. D. Metzgar,
lot 14, McCabe's First addition, Rock
Island. $1,400. ' r
Charles L. Hawley. to George E.
Bond, lots 10, 11. , Mineral Spring
park. Moline. $2,600. ' :
rWilhelmina Baumbach to Mary E.
Stoddard, lot 19. block 1, Long View
Heights addition, Rock Island. , $330.
Thomas Cross to Rose Cole, lot 7,
block S, R.7 H. ; Hill's addition, Hills-
dale.'. $323. i ' 1 . i.' - .'
. -Rrhalna Slmonsen to Rnfus B. H
Phoenix, south - half - lot -15, block 2.
Stewart's addition, South Molinc
John A. F. Peterson to . Charles G
Nelson, lot 4, block 2, C. G. Thulin-i
Second addition, 1 East Moline. , $250
xAlbin- Gustus to Anna C. Swanson
north half Jot " C, block ,"0." Molinc
Water Power company's addition tc
Moline. $3,300.".. :
William H. Hoffman to W. H. Tim
merwilke, lot 3, block 4, Rodman's
subdivision, Hale's addition, Rock Is
land. $1,900. ;
E. H. Gnver and others to Minnie
McGovery 37, 38, block 184, city
of East W.;.':':':rS0O.v . ,
C W. Schrlcatj to Thomas Agar,
west 12 acres Island "D," in fractional
lot 2, northeast quarter section 27-17
4w. $156. ' - . t . .,
M. G. , Carlisle 'to James H. Sharp,
lot 22, south half lot 21. block Ifk
First -addition, town- of Strvls. Also
lojs 3, 4, Anderberg's replot lots - 4,
o, d, , ivincoin neignta, Moline. 1. .
Jacob N. Frostrom to M. G. Carlisle.
lots 3, 4, Anderberg's replat of . lots 4.
5, 6, 7, Lincoln heights, Moline. Also
ot 21. block 15, First addition,' Sil
.is. $5,600. " - ' .
THE 31 ARRETS.
Chicago, April -3.- Following are the
the market quotations, today: ; . -''
'y. V;. ; J Wheat. v
May, 93. 93. 93., 92. '
; July. 89, 89, 88, 88. ,
September, 86, 86, 86, S6.
May, 66 tf, 66, 65, 66. . ! ,
July; 64V4, 64, 63, 63.
September, 63, 63, 62, 63.
:-. :y .' oats.: : 'J' -J:"--v
Alay, 53, 53. 53, 53.". ;
July. 47, 47, 46, 47. .-- .
September,' 38; 88, 37, 37. -i
'-. - "- Pork. v J
May, 13.37, 13.47; 13.12. 13.25. '
July, 13.77, 13.85, 13.50, 13.C0.
i September, 14.20, 14.25, 13.8 13.97.
. r' - Lard. . J k-
" May, 8.25, 8.35, 8.20, 8.30.
J July, 8.52, 8.60, . 8.45, 8.52.
September, 8.75 8.80, 8.C0, 8.70.
. - Ribs.
May, 7.15, 7.17, 7.02, 7.07., . :.
July, 7.47, 7.50, 7.35, 7.40. .
September, 7.72, 7.72, 7.55, 7.65
; Receipts today: -.Wheat, 19; corn,
188; oats, ; 169;, hogs, 16,000; cattle,
2,000; sheep, 6,O0Oj, . ....
- Hog market opened . weak to 10
cenu lower.) .Hogsr- left over, 11,000.
Light. $5.80C.20;,'mixed and butch
ers' $"j.80fi5; ' sood heavy.; $5.75
6.23; rough heavy, $5.755.93. .,
V. Cattle market opened steady."
- Sheep market opened 'steady.
Omaha: . Hogs; 5.0OO;v cattle-, 600.
- Kansas City: Hogs, 8,000; cattle,
2,000. v ' ..:
Hog v market closed weak. Light,
$5.750L15; mixed and butchers, $5.75
6.20; 'gotjd heavy, $5.706.25; rough
heavy, $ 5.70 5.90. ; ;' ; :
Cattle market closed steady. Beeves
$40(37.30; cows.and heifers. $2.00
6.OO4 stockers ad feeders.-.$3.25 5.30.
Sheen market closed weak. "
Northwestern receipts1 .
Minneapolis Today, 163; last week,
144; last -year; 364.1 Duluth: Today,
32: last 'week. 31 ;last year, 12 C.
'S'i New Vork Stocks. ' ;y
New York,, April 3. Following are
the notatlon ott the market today:
TT.lt P. 124. t H r a steel prelerred
971!U." S. Steel common 32, Read-
ing 103. Rock Island preferred 26,
Rock Island common 14, So. Pac." 73,
N.- Y. Cent; 96, Mo. Pac. 41; L. &
N. 97. Smelters, 67, C. F. L 23,
C. Pac, 151, 111. Cent. 125, Penna
115, Erie 13. C. & O. 31; B, R. T.
44, B. - O. 82. Atch. 73. Loco
motive 43. Sugar 124, St. P. 115.
Copper 58, Republic steel preferred
68. Republic Steel common ;,18, So.
Ry. 13. ' - - - " ;
. LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. ;
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel. '
Rock Island, April 3. Following
are the wholesale prices in the local
marlcet today: . .. . ' -V, . y
Provisions and-Produce. y
- Eggs Fresh, 13c to 14c ' " -
' Live Poultry Sprints chickens. 10c
per pound; hens, per pound; 3; ducks,
per pound, -9c; turkeys, J
Butter Dairy, 25c to 27c.!
Lard 10c. .' ' ' j
Vegetables Potatoes, 651
$1.15. . I ... ,i
" ' Live Stock.
Hogs $4.75 to $5.00.
Sheep Yearlings or ovei
15.00; lambs, $4 50 to $6.75;
Cattle Steers, $3.00 to $,
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.00; c4
to $5.50. .- . . ?, I
y . v Feed and Fuel, j
- Grain Corn, 65c; oats, 5
; Forage Timothy hay, $1
prairie, $8.00 to-$10.00; cl
to $11.00; strair, $6.00.
Coal Lump, per, bushel,
per bushel, 7c to 8c.
14c; geese, per pound, 9c.
All the news all . the t
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