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THE ROCK ...ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1910.
10 p. m.
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All our Outfits
Sold on 30 Days'
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If you are ready to make
your old home look like
new or make the new one
look cheerful and artistic,
call on us immediately,
and' we will guarantee deliver
ies so that you won't waste a
day getting things in shape.
We have furnished so many
new homes this spring that we
have "our hand in" and it will
tickle us to prepare a plan and
color soheme for you. Furnish
ing homes, so far ' as we are
concerned, does not end with
the selling of the furniture. We
suggest styles and plans and
ideas for consistent decoration
and give you without cost aU tttfffiftf&tfiu. frmVOfWH H El B Fi immm
th. benefit of. our experience kWunffiiroliM
You Furnish the Girl;
We Furnish the Home
Remember, too, that we will furnish your
home on THIBTY DAYS TRIAL. We leave
nothing to chance. We do not want anyone
to keep any home outfit we sell them unless
they are entirely satisfied. Once satisfied,
the monthly payments may begin but mot
before. Our home outfits range in price
from $48.00 up to $1,500, but even the
cheapest in price consists of furniture that
J you will be glad to have. ,
in your home. We are giving
better values than any 1 other,
store in the universe, and we
have thousands of absolutely A
to. The worktngman istmore
than welcome, here and wegive
him precisely the same service
and assistance as the man who
wants the most expensive out
fit we carry. Don't hesitate
to come in and look. That
doesn't obligate you. And no
one will bother you or urge you
to buy. We don't run things
quite that way.
Columbia Disc and
Two rooms furnished complete and
ready for housekeeping as low as
Terms: 5.00 cash; SI. 00 a weeK
Three rooms furnished complete and
ready for housekeeping as low as
Terms: $6.00 Cash; $3.00 Semi-monthly.
Four rooms furnished complete and
ready for housekeeping as low as '
Terms: $10.00 cash; $8.00 a month,
A complete line of records and phonographs always on
The Indestructible records 35c
The Four-Minute Indestructible 50c
The Four-Minute attachments to fit any make of cylin
der phonograph $7.50
The Double Disc records ....... 65q
Credit if desired. Just tell the man to charge it,
TIi Improved lieader Outfit
on 1,00 a week payments.
This eutfit consists of the new
Leader Cylinder Graphophone,
with 19 indestructible records,
complete . $41.70
Thirty days free trial.
Ths Improved Champion Out
fit . Terms $1.00 a week. In
cluding your own selection of
six double dlso records (12
Thirty days free trial.
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The "WestingEmige Sewing
$1.GQ Cftshij50;a Week.
Come and see the
highest grade and
most beautiful talking
machine ever ' produc
ed. A handsome par
lor piece of finest se
lected San Domingo
I A handsome dcorateii panel
Metal Bed, special & ft A O
this week $&tlp
Terms $1 Gash; SOc-a Week,
Buys a Kitchen Cabinet, from $3.83:
up to ?35.00. 50c to $1.00 a weei.
This Spring we are showing -the greatest-liae "ofvHiB;"'-ever-broT:ght" to the Tri-
Cities. Over 400 .'differ ent.pattems to select 'from in room, size rtjg;s.; It would
take a-page adrertisomeiit to describe them,' so what is the ii!e. Cnll and bo con
vinced. $1.00 a week will put one in y"mir home.
iifpppapsf : $12.50 mmmm m
Only 300 on hand. This is
a regular v$1.25 curtain
stretcher. No home should
be without one. Eight now
at house cleaning time they
But you must take them with
you, as we do not deliver
A complete line just arrived.
A beautiful family size, go-
Terms $1 Cash; 50c a week.
up to .
ever shown in
Terms: $1.00 ,
cash; 50c a '
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
Tri-City Pasteurized Milk company
to John Day. part outlot 1, Sinnet's
addition, Rock Island, $1.
Hester E. Hamilton to J. T. At
water, south 14 feet lot 6. north 23
feet lot 7. block 2, Guyer's second
addition. Rock Island, $2,200.
E. H. Stafford to R. S. SUtIs, lot
22. block' 6, Silvis, $225.
Thorras Pinklcy to Henry S. Dib
bern. lot 5, block 3, Holmes Hakes
addition, Milan, 81.
James M. Murray to Elizabeth Mc
Camish. assessors lot 4, in lot 2, Lc
Claires reserve, 18-W, $1.
Eusene B. Hoke to J. W. Simon
son, southeast fractional quarter
section 19, also southwest quarter
section 20-20-2E. $18,500. v
Elgin Butter Drops 1 Cent.
. Elgin, - 111., April 12. The price of
butter at 32 cents a pound as fixed by
the quotation committee of the Elgin
board of trade, was forced down to 31
cents yesterday. The lower price 1b
said to hare been caused by the voting
of 15 Chicago commission men. all
members of the board, who went to
Elgin to protest against the 32 cent
A Fractured Hip.
The man injured yesterday afternoon
at Thirty-seventh street and Seventh
avenue by being run down by a Dav
enport automobile was sufficiently re
covered today to tell his attendants at
St. Anthony's hospital his name. It is
Samuel Theodore. He is doing nicely,
and it develops his only injury is a
fractured hip. . y
Yeggs Get $300 After Battle.
Oil City, Pa., April 12. The post
office at Coal Hill, near heie, was en
tered last night by thieves who tool:
about $350 in money. The postmaster,
James Straup, and his wife intercepted
ttfe robbers and succeeded in recover
ing part of the money, but in the bat
tle Mrs. Straup was badly beaten and
is in a serious condition. Three hun
dred dollars of the money belonged
"A SLUMP IN KEPPELS."
This, Said Mrs. George, Will Be Quo
tation When King Edward Dies.
Private advices from Biarritz, via
London to New York, give scintillating
accounts of King Edward's good hu
mor and Mrs. George Keppel's tire
less efforts to keep the British king
amused. She has been occupying Sir
Ernest Cassel's sumptuous villa, and
here Is her latest repartee:
A rather envious woman remarked
"What will happen, darling, when
the dear king is no more?"
"Oh," replied Mrs. Keppel. with a
shrug of ths shoulders and a dazzling
smile, "I suppose there will be a slight
BlumgJn the Keppels ana Casselsl"
STRANGE SUICIDE METHOD
Man Believed to Have Thrown Self
Down 102 Foot Smokestack.
Ansonia, Conn., April 12. In the
discovery, just made,, of the body of
Frederick H. Smith under a pile of
soot in the bottom of -the 102 foot
smokestack of a local shop, the au
thorities believe is revealed ;probably
the most remarkable suicide in the
history of the state. Both legs were
broken and the police expressed the
belief that Smith climbed to the top
of the stack and jumped down It.
Smith was last seen alive during the
week following last Christmas,,-when
he appeared about 2 o'clock at the
boiler room of the 6lxp and asked to
be allowed to warm himself by the
"Cop" Wins White House Cook.
Washington, April 12. Politics and
the affairs of state temporarily were
forgotten ' at . the Wbite . house yester
day when news of a spring romance
below stairs came to the knowledge of
the president and Mrs. Taft. Martha
Petersen, who Is first cook at the
executive mansion, lias become en
gaged to Policeman Mulvey, stationed
at the White house.
Sir Robert G iff en Dead.
London, April 12. Sir Robert Giffen,
journalist, financial writer and statis
tician, Is dead, aged 73.
C:d English Fairs.
Fairs and fpasis were formerly held
in churchyards in honor of the saint
to whom the church was dedicated.
In consequence of these popular gath
erings being much abused they had
to be suppressed lu the thirteenth year
of the reisn of King Edward III., as
appears by the following extract, quot
ed by Spelman: "And the Kynge com
mandeth and forbldJet'u that from
henceforth neither fairs and markets
shall be kept In churchyards for the
honour of the Church. Given at West
minster, the .VIII of Octobre. the XIJI
yeare of Kyngs Edwarde's reigne."
Sirs. Towne There wan a nel5!n?!
competition flown st our itiKtlrnt flu
other niphr. The pastor gave out the
words. Did yon hear about lt5 Mrs
Browne No. Was it interesting? 51n.
Towne Rather. . The first three words
be pave out were Mlncreasif," "pustor,"
Violence In the. voice Is offn only
the death rattle of reason in the
Diarrhoea should be cured without
loss of time and by a medicine which
like Chamberlain's Colic, Chclera
and Diarrhoea Remedy not only
cures promptly but produces no un
pleasant after effects. It sever fails
and is pleasant and safe to take. Sold
by all druggists. f 1
All the news all the time The Argus.
Evelyn Thaw to Go to Paris.
New York. April 12. Ambitions to
gain fame as a sculptor. Evelyn Nesblt
Thaw will sail for Paris Thursday next
to continue her art work abroad. Shj
will rent a modest apartment in P..rH
and do her own cooking.
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