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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1912.
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Big Store Is at Your Service
Quick auto delivery to ary ' rC
You'll Find a Complete Assortment of
lomeoutf ittings, Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Stoves, Rangei
High Grade Rugs at Un
usual Price Reductions
A very large stock of most exquisite
rugs in every new beautiful color
nd design, all excellent texture and
finest all wool materials, in sizes to
fit every room offered for this week's
selling at considerably below regu
FINE BRUSSELS RUG Room s4ze, for dining
rooms, bed rooms, etc. All new and (T( Q
j.erfert. Worth $12.50, speei.nl tJ.Otj
SMITH'S HEAVY PILE AXMINSTER
size, f.12; choice selection
.jY TT T A vrrp rrt nrnnnnn tttit TTtun
t2fefe RUG Size 0x12; Oriental
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At Startling Reductions on
Prices Asked at Install
ment Stores Elsewhere
We are oifering for this week's selling tempting sav
ings to sharpen bargain a;p?tites
OUR vast outlet and volume of business, combined
with manufacturers' special discounts on oir quan
tity buying, enables us to sell at a lower price than any
concern in the tri-cities. There is a reason for the Big
Store's Success and Growth. Our policy of a little better
quality, and more value for the dollar, than can be had
elsewhere, combined with a big saving in price, lias
made the success of this store. Note the big hearted of
ferings for this week's selling. Read carefully every
item. See the wonderful values quoted; make your se
lection early, while the new fall lines are at their best.
You'll find a saving of a third to a half on nearly every
dollar's worth you buy. It pays to trade at the Big
Store get the Habit.
Pullman Revolving Seat
As handsome as the fir,et davenport,
as comfortable as the beet bed. Two
ideal pieces of furniture in one. One
simple opernt'cn chrintos this hand
some rta ven port instantly into a per
fect bed. I. tuts are high the cost
of an extra room c:in be pnved bv the
'e of a Pl'U.VAX KKVOLVING
Si:T UK.D I'AVKNFORT. A ban.1
sonie nnd useful Davenpcrt in tlie
daytime ami a full s-ized and
comfortable bd ct night. The only
perfe.-t daver.port co!s no more than
the old-fajhiorjod kini.
Big Brass Lamp Special
This handsome brass lamp with a beautiful paneled
art opal glass shade, just like cut, can be had for gas
or electric This is one of
the most remarkable val
ues in brass lamps ever of
fered in the tri-cities;
must be seen to be appre
ciated; you'll be surprised
at the beauty of design
and the price, for this
week's selling only
1 t. ' 1 rij
of High Grade
A complete showing
in all styles, designs,
woods and finishes.
For Style, Design,
Quality and Price
they can not be dup
1 i c a t e d elsewhere.
See this showing be
fore you decide to
This Handsome Dress
er, built of solid oak, just
like cut, handsomely fin
ished in rich shade of g o 1 d e n ,
highly polished, shaped French
beveled mirror; two small and two
large drawers; while C 1 A OC
thev last, goes for onlv) I U0J
High Grade Felt Mattress Special
WE SELL OXLY TI1E GEMIXE ELASTIC FELT MAT
The Dreamland Mattress odor
less, perfectly sanitary loose
Fj.ects of pure white cotton,
elliptic felt; will not mat or
Ret lumpy; good inside and
out; covered with extra heavy
art kicking; equal to any $10.50
elastic mattress, weighs 45
ifenilMl FreeAuto De- ( ,
;nybyrersut ot i xf
n w j i
s & Heaters
the r J- f
many 'i i JiiP
shown j I H M
in this f j ' ' .
week's Ii y S v
Dresser (IVV, ytj
y Like tut (J
0 Extraordinary Values in' Rang &s and Heaters for This
& Ate Famous Wonder not
Burgs Any Kind of
luel Will C.ive You
Half Men- iieut U tb
Half llif I umI f uel.
A larfte. handsome,
massive Hot Blast
lUater the equal of any
base burner. Made as
a heater, large IS inch
Ere bowl, with fmoke
and gn hot blast at
tachment, that con
tumes all cmoke and
ga.-ses. stands 67 inch
es high. 24 Inches in
nickeled trimmed, this
Is one of the many spe
cials shown in our
stove dept that can
not be duplicated else
where at any price,
while they last, goes
A Complete Portabl
That is cheap and satisfactory;
nothing made can equal a Per
fection Oil Heater. No smoke
i Just the one article
needed in the home
these chilly mornings-.
Will take off
the chill in short
order, giving you a
in any part of the
house. No need to
start the furnace.
We carry the com
ple'e assortment In
different styles and
designs in perfec
tion oil heaters.
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The Rev; Riverside
A New Idea
Eurns Any Kind of
The only soft coal
burner made that
circulates hot air
like a furnace; all
air becomes highly
heated before enter
ing base, gives same
results as best Base
Burner as heater
and floor warmer.
See this Hot Baa
before you buy a
heater saves y'o u
dollars on your fuel
Rock Island River
No. Go Riverside
Base Burner; a dou
ble heating base
burner; the most re
markable value ev
er offered in the tri
cities. The name is
your guarantee, for
Rock Island Riverside
Quality and workmanship go in be
fore the name goes on. In all Kock
the name is
tee of satis
S e d. B u y
nomy, in an
built on Honor
KW MLTHOD iS UAXIES A Gas Hacpe is a good investment any time, but when you
nvost in a gas ranee buy a New Me'hod Gas Range: the best by test. Saves you 25 per cent
r.u your ga bill. S-e this range deironf trated before you buy; all ranges connected free of
R. I. EMERALD STEEL RANGE Here la a handsome high grade, I EXTRA SPECIALt ROrND OAK HEATERS THAT HEAT: that will give satisfaction and burn
blue eteel range of guaranteed merit, at the price of an ordin- I any old kind of fuel. We are showing a large line that comprises many different stylea sizes.
ary cast Iron cook stove. Our special price includes the high I -nd designs, that will Interest you, can suit you in design as well as
warming closet. During this sale, only S22.00 ' pocketbook. Priced up from only
The .".! f f i Kila and Margaret
Ifcip.r.eil wtre Mui.r. vt..t.rs Satur
1 1, .
lrs. John Hoi :uij aiid Mrs I.. II.
Vvkw.tij sj '.' -Vor.day una the
I'tr.' .-j ii..;:s;i t-r, Mi. I'orrj V.
v. kwith. at ia'-ntKru
l l.c M.-s-s Mary Kwart and Bfhs
? - . -j t r rt' Mohne visiter this
Mrs. "i.arl a Below ski r.ud Mrs
f 1.. Sw.;nk were callirs at Mohne
Mrs. Uii Sxk'.er aud s.sier, M:ss
Dorothy Weitz. visited at the homei
of their uncle, W il'nam Weitz at Rock
Mrs. John Fahlstrcm and daughter,.
Al:ce, were Mo!:ue isitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Iewia and lit
tle son. John, and ni-ce. He'.en Set
t;s. spnt Sunday at the home of
Mr? Lewis' bro'bir. Collins Dewrose,
at Kast Mol.ne.
Mrs. Harley St:pp and children of
Kas; Moilne visited with her parents
Mrs. B. A. Hennepin spent the
v - k's end -i:h re!,".Uv(s ar.i friends
at Kapids ("ity. 111.
The ladies" Aid society rret at Mrs
Emil Be ow ski's Thursday. There
was a good a-.tendace acd an enjoy-;
able time was had. At the close of
the business meeting the hostess,
served a fine lunch for the ladies.
Little Leone Jones, daughter of Mr.!
and Mrs. Daniel Jones, was taken to)
ihe Moline City hospital this week.'
ihere ehe underwent a serious opera-i
tioo. Liti.'e Leone is reported doing,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Higgins ere
Mciine business cailers Saturday. 1
Rev. Mr. Seible of Colona delivered j
a fne sermon at the M. E. church at
11 a. m. Sunday.
Mrs Li liam hi Bord of Silvis vis !
itei at the h nr.e of hT cousin, Ed
wprd Frary. and other friends.
Mr. end Mrs. William Gerhardt and
daughter, Gertrude, and Jota Hush-j
man drove to Green River for a visit '
wiMi Mrs. Gerhardt's brother, John
Nelson, and family, Sunday.
The Misses Pearl and Helen Ball
of Silvis were entertained Sunday at
the Harry Frym-.-ier home.
Miss MinTiie Srhuitz of S:lvis visit
ed with home folks Sunday.
Miss Delia Crouch of East Moiine
visited with her sister, Mrs. O. A.
Stipp, this week.
P. V. Bekwith of Davenport spent
Sunday with re'ativeg and friends
Mrs. B. A. Hcnnegan and Mrs John
Fahls'rora visited Wedr.'rday at Hook
Island at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Gertrude Laxdis rtr urci J
home Saturday from a three weeks'
visit with relatives at Muscatine,
Iowa, and with her grandmother, Mrs.
Charles Snell at Atalissa. Iowa.
M.es Helen Settles visited at the
home of her uncle, John I-wig, at
Cos It own, Saturday.
Mr. sud Mrs. W'yman Smith and
sen?. Neil and Don, were Moline visi
J. V. Kennedy was a tri-city busi
ness caller Tuesday.
Fi.n-r K. Reynolds to Charles S.
Rradj. i tii aufch f. kit & ami aii ci
lot 9, block 6, Spencer & Cases' ad
dition. Rock Island, f'J.OGo.
Ignat2 Huber by heirs to J. A.
Schmidt, part lot 2 and 3, Hubera
First addition, Moline, $1,000.
M. W. Posten to John Toister,
south one-half, part outlot9 and 6.
section 2G-17-1 west, village of Coal
Ida Goble to Frank O. Nelbon, sec
tion 31 18 1 west, tract in southwest.
Robert 8. W'oodburn to Frank Nom
baiais. section 4-17-1 west, tract north
west, northeast one-quarter, $1.
F. If. Bartemeyer to Henry L. Beck
er part lot 1, block 2, old town, Rock
i PfctAr F. KoltiiLb to Frank J. Eetes,
part lot 17, section f 17 1 wet,
Daebellielius subdivision, IQHO.
Henry Avereyn to Maher & Gannan.
lot 8, block 174, city of Fast MoiUie,
Maurlcs F. Itockaert to Alphoua'.'
B. Meersman. lot 22. block 2. Chase
& Wriglit'B First addition. Moline, $1.
Edward H. . Guyer to Otto F. An
derson, part lot 4. block K, Wood's
i Third addition. Moline, I J.ri.T,.
Hoarseness In a child subject to
croup is a sure indication ot the ap
proach of the disease. If . Oiarril r r
Ihin'a Couh Remedy Is given at '' i
or even after tbe croupy cou-'i i.
appeared, it will prevent the s.'.t"v:.
Contains no po'son. SdIiJ by all
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