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OF ELKS SEATED
THE "AUGUS. SATURDAY, APRII; 3. "100-).
Harold Hcmenway of Moline
Conducts Ceremonies of
Rock Island Lodge.
LAMPHERE IS THE RULER
Succeeds S. II. Davis in Kxecutive
fliuir Members Will lnt on
the Sultan of SiiIii.
The recently elected officers of Rock
Island lodge of Klks, No. 9Si, were In
stalled last evening with all the pomp
LLOYD C. LAMPHKRIil.
i:x;iHiil liultT of thr Klks. -
and' ceremony customary to Fiich af
fairs. Vu-t of t!e iiso-'hImts of til.'
lodge were pre.-utu u s-ce the ceremon
ies and sifter the officers had been
formally seated in their now positions.
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li.'fli'ftfd t-'ffictary of ElUa IKlge.
an enjoyablo social hour was spent
and refreshments were served.
During tho meet ins, a proposit ion
wrs idaced before the lodge to put on
Iho i.lay, "The Sultan of Snln" at th
Illinois theater under the auspices f
the lode'1 and after some discussion it
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THEN COMPARE WITH WHAT YOU 'SEE HERE
Look everywhere, then compare with what you see here, your ability to placie your money where it will do the great
est good is the only true economy. When you buy goods that will not stand the test of wear you pay your money for
something you do not get. This store builds up its business on the merit of the goods it sells, and its policy is always
to give the Best for the Least Money.
We encourage comparision as we only want business from the buyer satisfied that this store is the safe place for his traning. At this house you find but one price, every"
Shing marked in $lain figures, and af all times assured courteous treatment, whether you buy or not.
Our Tourist Collapsible
The most pleasing type
of Folding Go-Cart ever v
produced. Made of Imi
tation leather, all metal
parts beautifully enam
eled steel gear, steel
wheels and rubber tires
has adjustable back
and dash easy to
operate folds flat so It
can be carried on the
street cars. It's a $10
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Crr dL-p'py of :dd dress
ers war. nev;r bet lor. Tina
dlt:".:;er is ni.iiit' of genu-.
IiJ muhcep.ny, finished in
':i l.autiial t'Tiua thado.
hir; lairr (. ii-v - de
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Where can you beat this? A genuine
solid oak frame davenport, with large
storage compartment in the seat, up
holstered in genuine Iintift leather.
over sanitary st'-el G'fl 0
t-irius. for only tJJLo
Carpets and Rugs
The most important part of the home furnishing.
The impression you receive of the appearance of a
house is largely produced by the floor decorations.
&ttractive patterns and harmonious colorings are
essential to good results.
Language fails to describe the beautiful rugs
the color-combinations, that we are showing this
spring, every rug is a masterpiece.
The Tri-City public has learned long ago that
there .is only one place where they can get what
they warjt, and that is here.
If we haven't got it, it is'nt made. .
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'.This is certainly a
great feature just
think 'of it you can
place any and all kinds
of food in an Auto
matic, and there will
positively be no mixing
of food odors. There
simply cannot be by the
Automatic system of
circulation and refrig
eration. In what other
refrigerator do you sup
pose you could do this?
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See those beautiful Wilton
rugs, 9x12 size
for "only. ......
9x12 ft, up from
Seamless Wfrlon velvet rngs,
9x12 foct'-' Eft
Hero is a r-a! bargain." This couch is
covcicd i;i Bo; ton leather, sanitary
rUel cn-M !'.: f Ion,- solid oak frame.
Tliis coiicli stands as one of the best
A splendid genuine Quar
tered oak buffet, built of
the bust natural oak
sinool h perfect'polish fin
ish; pretty, tasteful pat
tern. The cost is trilling
compared to the high
quality and fij-fl Q 7ff
style JiO I O
This large, j oomy T
d rawer chiiTouier is a
wonder at the price. It
is finished in an Amer
ican grain 7 ff
oak, for. : . . a O
A charming colonial patterned bed.
richly finished in Vernis Martin. The
gracefully shapf d and heavy tubed
frame outlines a very novel design
don't fail to get one
of these beds V
C. & S. Specia!
This a fine cotton felt mattress real
comfort and long wear, at a very
moderate figure; covered with a
strong ticking, well made; soft, elas
tic and sanitary; in fZi
one or two parts...' v'
The C. & S. Anchor is an extra qual
ity mattress, guaranteed
to wear, only
P-I - j Tt
A particularly rich and
artistic design, built from
the very best selected oak,
perfect hand-rubbed, high
lustre finish, leaded glass
door, great f)-f AA
value at $AlUU
Hound top, pedestal base round top tables are all tho
style, you know this one is one of our fastest selling de-
sujr.rts. It lias a Colonial base, maue or solid oak, highly
ext -nded !ool: at tic price .-
poiiKhe'J, and is six-foot size when it is
We have just received another shipment of those celebrated
R. H. lace curtains, you can't afford to miss seeing, them.
We also show a beautiful line of Nottingham Cable nets,
Colonial, Irish points, Arabian, and imported Brussels nets.
We are showing today one of the finest selected lines of lace
curtains that has ever been shown in these parts. If you
are in the market for curtains, let us show you our line.
GREAT VALUE CHARMING 3-PIECE PARLOR SUIT
The design is conspicuoue for its good taste, simplicity and
graceful lines. Thoroughly well. made, frame work of se
7 le-ct, birch, fine mahogany finish, fitted with rich silk plash
loose cushions, a bar- 69 A tZf
gain, for only
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S. R. DAVIS,
Jtctii ing lixaltcd Ruler' of Hoi k Island
was accepted. Tho play Is the same
that was put on by home talent in
Moline under the auspices of the
Choral union of that city and the same
characters will take part in the play
when it is produced in this city. The
play is also- to be given in Davenport
after shov ing here. . .
Xfw omTr S-sei1.
, The elective officers, installed la-,t
e vening by Harold Hemenway of Mo
line, who acted as grand exalter ruler,
weie as follows:" ..'
. I-jaJl.ed R'sler-Lloyd C. tjamphsre.
-Kiteerned Leading Knight Robert
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I Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue
Rock Island, Illinois
Esteemed Loyal Knight William F.
Esteemed Lecturing Knight Arthur
Secretary Sam Ryerson.
Treasurer Lowrey M. Casteel.
Tyler Ralph Souders.
'Trustee for Three Years Harry A.
The appointive ofTicers installed
were" as follows: " . , l
Esquire Joseph E. Ely, .
Inner Guard Carl L. Andcrson.
-Chaplain George C. Wenger. v
. Organist Dr. E. P. Ames. - . -The
committees ,appointed for the
year are as follows: "
Finance Committee R. S. Dart,
Harry J. Larktn, A. J. Hutchinson.
House Committee Henry, W. Tre-
mann, .1. N. F. Musfeldt, Harry H.
Hubbard, Charles A. Schenebrlcker,
Willis C. Mitchell.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
(Continued from Page Two.)
May McConnell, . Rock Island high
school students, spent Saturday and
Sunday in Reynolds.
S. R.A-Tilong of the Aledo Banking
company, spent Friday in this village.
W. G. Johnson of Wilton Junction,
Jowa, was the auctioneer at Carpen
ter's horse sale. He was assisted by:
Henry Harris of Rock Island. ) -
George T. Harris of Edgington was
a Reynolds caller Friday.;
C. D. Wheaton and W.'s. Parks of
Rock Island vere in Reynolds Friday.
E. E. Widner,-expert inspector for
the Consolidated Time Lock company
of Cincinnati, Ohio, was here last week
making the annual examination of the
lock on the safe in tne Reynolds bank.
Miss Belle Rathbun of'. Preemption
was in Reynolds one day last week.
J. Piper of St. Louis ' attended the
sale here Friday. "-.",7-""'
Miss Lillian Morgan of Sherrard is
visiting at Joseph Gauley's. ,
Miss Emily Haskell visited over Fri
day night in Taylor Ridge with her
sister, Mrs. S. T. McEntire,' who, has
been ill with pleurisy.' r ;
Mrs. Anna Egger Reid of Davenport
bpent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mrs. W. H. Fuller entertained a
number of young ladies at a 6 o.'clock
dinner Wednesday evening.
Meigs Kendal and Ben Halstead
were Rock Island visitors Monday.
Miss Bessie Cooper, who attends
the Northern Illinois State normal
school at De Kalb. is spending - a
week's vacation with home folks. ,
Will Gray was a Rock Island vis
Frank Taylor and "children and
Miss Pearl Gomnan spent Saturday
in Davenport with Mrs. Taylor at the
Mercy hospital. ; Mrs. Taylor is im
William Van Meter, , a highly re
spected citizen of Perryton, passed
away after a lingering illness Tuees
day evening. Funeral services were
conducted Thursday afternoon in the
Perryton Presbyterian church.
John Nichols was a -Rock . Island
visitor Tuesday. .' :
Rev.;; .Mi7' Cooper was in Aledo
Tuesday. , I.;: r- , ' .
- Invitations. have been issued tc
the wedding of Miss Florence For
scythe and Frank Cooper, the cere
mony to take place the evening. oX
April 8. " ... - . - . :" '
Miss Florence "Forscythe was 'a
uock island visitor Tuesday. . -
- Here is Relief for Women. 4
" If you hav pains In th back,' Urin
ary, Bladder, or Kidney trouble, and
want a certain pleasant herb relief from
Women's ills, try Mother Gray's AC
TKALIAX-I.KAF." It is a saf e. reUa -
bie regulator, and. relieves all Female
Weaknesses, including inflammation and
ulcerations. Mother Gray Anatrmlias-I-enf
is sold by druggists or sent by
mall for 50 cents. Sample sent FREE.
Address, The Mother Gray Co, Le Roy,
N. T. ' .