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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. MARCH 13. 1909.
H OtBRQOI'S 1 3 0 T 11 r GR EAT
IN HIGH GRADE, DEPENDABLE
' AND UP-TO-DATE
I dv AN N
J .Attracts Large Crowds of Eager Buyers Each Day. Are You Getting Your Share of these Bargains
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Come, expecting to see the Grandest Furniture and Carpet Values ever offered by any store in the West -and you will not
be disappointed No matter what you need a single piece of Furniture or the complete furnishings for the home. You are
assured extraordinary savings on every purchase. Our store is a market where all kinds of pocket books can find satisfaction.
An Elegant Line of
We were fortunate while in the
market to be able to purchase
nearly 100 Brass Beds at less
than Manufacturer's cost.
This cut represents a fine Brass
Bed, 1'i-inch Brass Post, regu-
This same pattern of Brass Bed,
Is a 2-Inch continuous Brass
Post, just like cut, very cheap
These are only two of the
many bargains of Brass Beds. .
Nearly 50 different patterns. -
A very fine line of solid oak square
Extension Tables, full polished finish,
tops 42 in., just like cut,
go In this sale at ......
Fine solid oak Extension Tables, 6 ft.
More than 50 different styles of
Round Extension Tables can be
seen on our floors. Beautiful
Round Extension Tables quartar-
ed oak, polish finish; 45 Inch top
6 feet long, claw
feet; just like cut .
One of our March
BOX SEAT DINERS
l f rrt This pretty Center Table, made of
..J)XJ.lJ . solid oak, finely finished, Ji (f
size 24x24 T. T.... V.,. Jpl. ZD
A Fine Round Extension Table,
solid quarter sawed oak though
out, polished, round base, -6 feet
long, goes In this Sale, aq
March Sale price .... pl. J. . 70
Remember there are over . 150 dif
ferent styles of Center( Tables, all
marked down in price during our
Great March Sale. . ' ' -
This Center Table is solid
oak, polished finish, quar- .
ter sawed, . 24 . inches
square, just like cut, reg- ; -
uiar 4 TaDie, as -long as
BSiiaMfcBBMIII 111.11" Milfoil il
Fine Large Extension Table, solid oak
throughout, polished finish tops large,
6-inch - massive legs; March Sale,
price (Just q q
like cut) .....ipy.ZJU
Beautiful 3-Piece Parlor Suit at $14.90
This Fine Genuine Leather Couch,
tufted, solid oak frame, large size;
; Davenport -Bed
Over 50 different patterns
to choose from.
This fine solid oak highly
polished oak .' Box Cane
Seat Diner a great value
.at $3.00. Our, March
Price ... ... $2.15
This beautiful 3-plece Parlor Suit, upholstered In
very fine material, March Sale price
This handsome. Davenport Bed, up
holstered in Boston Leather, nicely
tufted makes good comfortable bed '
Thl, handsome table, quarter sawed at ri2ht' and handsome Davenport bed
oak and polished, with drawer,. French when made up, large box underneath
!ecjs, just like cut size Q nrn to receive 1 r QA
J424. Mach Sjle price ...PO.LZ Uaaia 1 n.TJl
good size, well
Our Parlor Furniture and
Parlor Rockers will be found
on the fourth floor. This
full floor is nearly all given
to Parlor Furniture. You
will find pretty Mahogany
Birch finished rockers, pol
ish 9S i . -'
iW a . . J , L tj
. . . $3.35
There are just . hundreds of
these beautiful chairs and
rockers, beautiful parlor
suits, ranging from $12.00
This large, fine quar
tered ; solid oak.
Dresser, swell front,
polished' finish, very
large French plate,
bevel edge mirror,
just like cu
This Fine Large Couch madt of Bos
ton leather, solid oak frame, 6 feet 4
Inches long, nearly 30 inches wide, up
holstered on ' very best of steel
springs; March 7r Ck7
Sale price J)
A Large Assortment of ' '
o a kf large Sanitary Couches make comfortable couches during
French plate the day and full sized beds at night, without pad.
mirror; just like Just wnat y" need;
cut March Sale price ..
Also a large line of Couch Covers, in our upholster,
ing Department, at March Sale prices.
p During this March Sale we will sell. Ihe very bsst guaranteed all-wool two- CQ
1 ply Ingrain Carpet made for . . ... wvh
k91 fiS 711(2 verv bsst Bod Brussel Rug made, 9x12, will be sold during (CM QQ
)iJLeU(J March bale; and hundreds of beautiful uattems tn sp.lprt fmm for AZIlin
NOTHING TO EQUAL
THIS SALE in the way of
j down-right value giving has
g , ever been witnessed in Tri
ll Cities before.
SI UV I 111 ! ! l. i -.rr-. r. r-STrTriMt yjp ... . .
109-111 East Second Street
Wi J T-
Davenport , Iowa
Remember, every article of
fered in thii sale is absolute
ly brand new and guaran
teed as represented. Your
mousy back if ycu'are not
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Real Estate Transfers.
Sylvester F. Vlckler to Joseph Nuss
baura, lot 2, section'Sl-lG Sw. Also lot
3, section 31-16-5w... $1G,170.
. Charles F. Hofeldt to Cordelia
Wagle, southwest V4 southeast V4 23-17-2w.
Lillie A. Eichelsdorfer to C. J.
Searle, lot 10. block 1, Twenty-fiiat
street addition Rock Island. v$il,500.
John W. C. Roehr to Charles it.
Cox,' lots 22, 24, block 2, South Park
addition Rock Island. $1,500.
Anna M. Bahnka to Louis Lindblom,
' part southeast Vi northwest Vi 5-lC-le.
$3,200. ' ,' 4 .
Karl J. Stenstrora to Martin Sleversi
lot 1, block 2, "Old Town" Coal Vil-
ley. - $800.
Daebelliehn'8 subdivision lands hi
,northeat Vi section 6-17-lw. . $400.
Marie Stae3 to Louis Schelfhout. lot
8, Weckel place South Moline town
ship. $1,350. , . . . .
Phebe Beaumont to A. W. Elliott,
lot 6, block 36, Andalusia. $150.
Mary E.. Cramer to John C. Wuet-
heuoh, lots 20. 21, 22. block 2. Brigg's
addition South Rock Island. $L
Phil Mitchell to John P. Sexton, ftt
3. W. E. Bailey's second addition Rock
Island. $205. , .
Marsh H. Smith to Fred H Smith,
42 acres on Islan "P,". northeast Vi
section 32-17-4w, southeast '4 section
29-17-4W. : $800 : - ' ' -
- Jennie B. Owen to Charles B. Pope,
let 9, block 158, town of East Moline.
$350. ' , . .
William A. Elliott to Henry B. Car
penter, undivided , part eat
northeast . Vi section 30, undivided Va
Hosy Relmers to Julius Immesoere,
West 45 feet of east 2-3 feet lot 12, northwest .-Vi section' M-lC-3w. . $1. -
Rose Kopleman to B. J. Schltf, north
Va northwest and part north SButh-
east Vi section 3, northeast Vi north
east Vi and south northeast Vi and
part southeast Vi northwest Vi and
part northwest northeast section .4-20-2e.
$400. ' - '
A. O. Gerboth to A. W. Plameback,
lot 7. block 170, city East Moline.
$475.- " - . '
Robert S. Woodburn to Amanda M.
Bruner west northwest Vi section
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. Relieves
Dalnful. Bmartlnff. nervous feet" and in
K rowing nails, and Instantly takes the
sting- out of corns and bunions. It's the
ereatest t;omfort discovery of the agre.
Allen's Foot-Kase makes tight or. new
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure
for sweating, callous, swollen, tired.
achinsr leet. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores. By mail for
2 ic in stamps. Don t accept any sub
stitute. -Trial package Free. Address
Allen 8. Olmsted, Roys N.-T. , - - -
32, part northeast Vi section 31-17-3w.
Hugh E. Curtis to Charles H. Deere,
part lot 3, LeClaire's reserve. $U,41'0.
John Henderson to William
Snively, lot. 4, block 4-, Black Hawk
addition to Rock Island. $1,000.
James Mulholland to Fred W. Cin
den,lot 5, block 2, Sweeney & Jack
eon third addition Moline. $1.200..
T. B. Gorton to CuUon C. Chamber
lain, east 'z southeast Vi 19-16-4w.
Ezra Wilcher to -Nellie D. Bentley,
lot C. block 2, Black Hawk second addi
tion Rock Island. $1. .
Albert G. Cramer to L. D. Strayer,
lots 12. 13, 14, Schrelner & Roth Bro3
Cottage Grove subdivision South Rock
Island. $700. -.- .' -s
A. -W. Hnssey to Clarence M. Bills,
lots 23, 24, 25. 27. 32, 34, 35, Adams-
! ville addition Milan.- Als.o lots 3. 5. 11,
1 block 2, William Dickson's addition
Milan. Also lots 10, 11. b(ock 2, Dick
son & Youngs addition Milan: Also
lot 8, block 14, Hampton. Also north
east Vi northwest Vi southeast Vi sec
tion 32-17-4w. Lot 1, southwest Vi
southeast Vi , section 1-1C-6W. Also
island in section 75-17-5w. $1.
Good for Everybody. .
Norman R. Coulter, a prominent
architect, in the Delbert building, San
Francisco, says: "I fully endorse-all
that has been said of Electric Bitters
as a tonic medicine. - It Is good for
everybody. It corrects stomach, liver
and kidney disorders in a prompt and
efficient manner and builds up the
system." Electric Bitters la the best
spring medicine ever sold over a drug-
joist's counter ;as a, blood purifier it is
iBnequaled. 50 cents at all druggists.
An tne news all the Um TBTB
WAS POOR INVESTMENT, r
Recently one of the regular patrons
of the. Bijou cigar stand entered the
place and asked for his favorite cigar,
which, by the w-ay, sells for 5 cents.
He laid down a quarter on the counter
and then absent-mindedly wandered
back to watch a billiard game which
was In progress, and forgot to wait
for his change. Several minute's later
the proprietor walked back, and after
standing around a while, inquired of
the gentleman how . much, he thought
his cigar was worth. The smoker re
plied in a joking mood that the cigar
was not worth a cent. The proprietor
threw the 20 cents change' down on a
table-and walked away laughing with
the remark that it, was foolish to pay
23 cents for a cigar that was worth
less than a cent As the smoker hur
riedly gathered up his change he was
the object of a general laugh that went
around among the players and on
lookers of the game. -
saved at meal time may mean
a bad case of indigestion before
SoU ErrywW la box 10c mU 28c.