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:iIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. MAY 20, 1913.
The usual large payment has given way - &L&? a F! 4'iss ' Vf&f
Furnishing a home on credit fcr the small sal?iied man is made
safe and easy transaction here.
before our pleasing little-money down system which provides for small
weekly "payments" fcr the entire purchase after the furniture is installed
in your home.
Davenports for Every Home
You pay no interest and no extra price is added
wllich we are glad to give to our customers. '
If at any time within a year you are not entirely satisfied with the furni
ture we will allow any reasonable claim by crediting you with a satisfactory
amount on your credit account. A suall salary is no bar to a "Happy
Home" at the store that serves.
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Q3 The unusual response this great, value Is haing is (t
$1.00 -Cash; 50c Per Week.
The unusual response this great, value is having is
due solely to its vondarful value. We have rein
forced ourselves with another large supply and of
fer them for the same price, namely
It's exactly like the picture, made of solid oak upholstered in Chase leather, that wonderfully good suhstitut.e for
genuine leather, and is equipped with oil-tempered Bter,l spring3, it has a large concealed bedclothes wardrobe,
which forms its base. By day it is a fine reclining ccuth, and at night, with one simple motion, it is instantly
converted into a full-size, comfortable bed.
TOMORROW ONLY. It is a matter of great pride with us to be able to of
trr the poplu of the Tri Cities a dresser value such as this. Xot last year's
model but the very latest 1913 Spring designs. Beautiful golden finish.
The r frular value is far above oar ile price.
We promise you a very unusual bargain at
the reduced price for tomorrow only of
All Goods Sold on Easy
Terms of Credit
Store Open cn Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
li Fumed Ok Buffet '
It is not often a real value is offered like the above. Firstly the finish is
the XEW FUMED oak, now so deservedly popular the material is best
solid white oak all drawers are roomy and smooth running silver draw
er is lined and mirror is large and best plate, beveled. We advise every
one contemplating the purchase of a buffet -to
look at this matchless bargain. Special
price, cash or credit
The Biggest "Seller" on
Our Ru Floor this Season!
ifhnniT5n?s complete 3 7c
ml 1 11 BED V
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This Dining Room Outfit
"lere is a complete dining room outfit of chairs and table
picture is exactly as the pieces look large, massive and hand
some and priced probably in some high priced stores BO per
.cent more than we ask the entire outfit is made of solid oak;
chairs have genuine leather seats and table extends to 6 feet.
-gf Smith's Famous Extra Quality , l?4v
JO Axminster Rugs, 9x12 ft. $24.75
iariL'ts. Beautiful Floral. Oriental and Persian patterns. yvf. fi&t'
R it1 Aw i !j v,e contractfcd hundreds of them to get.he price AmJ. jjFfJ '(a
3ttjfv lw enough to create a sensation. A.'. " yf?, i
v-).5 They are the llggest moneys worth we have shown 'KAjf) $ ' y&
1(V'(4 rSr this yeaf. The quality and the beauty of the patterns fm I fjf.'v ''If ''I 'f$k
mm w- - -
At this season of the year almost any household can use a new bedroom outfit and the
shrewd buyers can 'fill their wauts at practically wholesale prices. These beds are made
with extra heavy l'i inch posts and the decorated panels are in excellent taste and har
monious designs the springs are all steel with reinforced supports and the mattress is our
iJcptndon soft cotton top.
Ill I !! IIBIIII ITT 11 WHWMriil I mm
113-115 E. 2d St., Davenport, Iowa
Genuine Brussels Rugs, Full 9x 12 Ft. in Sfze, $12.48.
We are offering many floor covering values. Among tho lot are these Brussels Rugs. Very
closely woven of specially selected yarns, extra heavy and guaranteed to give years of good
service; in all tho new Spring floral patterns; also may be had in Oriental designs. Avery
good value and a rug you will never be able to duplicate at the above low price. Any
terms you say is the Summerfield way to pay. .
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John VcGoniRlts and Frank Russell
were Hoc' Island pan.nmpera Wednes
day. Wednesday took place the marriagi
of y.Us Annie Lawson and John Hert
loin at Reck Island. They tU mako
tl.elr l-.oine in Mathersville. T'ne brij-;
vas a funntr clerk in the Cabte .Mer
cuniiie More. The uroom is a Wi'in
Ler of the firm of Hrbbcln Hros.. con
tractors and builder, and also 5 ro
t'rictors of a hardware store ai.d iuu
ber yard at this place. The hare
the congratulations of their nany
Mrs. Frank Angus has arrived liore
from Canton,, III.
Tiie I ji dies' Aid society met with
I'rs. Fetor Curtis Wednesday.
Miss Nettie Johnson was a Rock Is
land chopper Monday.
There was no moving picture show
fcerc Wednesday evening on account
'Cut Out" Worry
If you feel rm down, have no appetite.
t.iiosnon is D.ia. iivrr iazy ana ooweis
Cc-pt-cii. don't worry you only make
n;at:rr worse. The "inner man"
r.eeOs help and a trial of
15 URGED. GET A BOTTLE TODAY
of the storm putting the electric wires
out of commission.
George Roquet has gone to hij home
William Caddy is having a uouse
erected in the east part of town.
Fred Schroeder and son Wilbur
were in Coal Valley Wednesday.
Another big improvement to be no
ticed in Mathersville is the concrete
walk being laid in front of the Olson
Mrs. Sam Perry and daughter were
Sherrard visitors the latter part of
Frank and Albert Hebbeln were Ca
ble visitors Tuesday.
H. W. Meeker was in Reck Island
on business the first of the week.
Mrs. Morris Tomlicson and baby
were Sherrard visitors the first of the
Clyde Lawson was a tri-city visitor
the first of the week.
Mrs. John Riddle of Gilchrist was
here visiting friend3 Monday.
The ice cream sociable given In the
M. E. church parlors Thursday even
ing was a big success.
Chum Jenkins and Ben Havens were
Milan passengers Monday.
Miss Mary Purvis is now employed
Chester Olson, Matt Allison, Murt
Connor and Louis Sword were arr.oar;
Rock Island passengers Wednesday.
Henry Johnson was in Aledo on
Mrs. Herman Zud ar.d two sons
were visitors m-iU Mrs. Zude's par
ents near Alcdo the latter part of the
The local ball team is trying to get
the merchants interested in putting up
sign boards at the ball park to answer
for two purposes, namely: Advertising
purposes and a fence around the
Morris Tomlinson was a Rock Island
The dance which was given by the
baseball club Friday evening was
Miss Nora Thompson was an Aledo
John Williams of Des Moines, Iowa,
was a visitor here the latter part of
Mrs. Jake Zlmmers and Mrs. Rob
ert McWhorter were Sherrard visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slenker were
Rock Island visitors Wednesday.
Harry Quaintance made a business
trip to Reynolds Friday.
The village has received a new steel
drag and is already making use of it.
H. W. Meeker had business in Rock
Island the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson of near
Cable were visitors here Sunday.
The Moline Tigers defeated Math
ersville In a game at the local ball
park Sunday. The score was 2 to 4.
Thomaa Parker and! son were in
Aledo Sunday evening.
Janes O'Rourke was a Rock Island
Mrs. William Beck of Rock Island
was here Saturday and Sunday.
Gust Engstrom was In Rock Island
Alex Simpson and Herman Zude
went to Galesburg Sunday to ese Hen
ry Barr who is confined in- a hospital
in that city.
H. W. Meeker has disposed of his
barber Bhcp to a young r"n Iron
Rock Island. Mr. Meeker will move
to Rock Island where he will open a
Jake Zimmers was a Peoria visitor
the latter part of the week.
Frank Handley is in Jacksonville
where he went as a delegate for the
Waneta tribe of Red Men.
Mrs. Henry Johnson and daughter
May were Moline visitors Sunday.
Raphel Horn and Park Fowler at
tended the track meet in Aledo Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Garrett and
sons Clyde and Myron were visitjons
at the August Hummel home in Viola
John Prichard has gone to his home
In Cardiff for an extended visit.
Thomas Langston and Joe Brown
lee attended the auto races in Mon
Laurence Sword and Robert Mills
were out from Rock Island Sunday.
Fred Wilson was in Aledo Saturday.
Among Rock Island passengers Sat-
dn a big wafcng fiiucUy cad
CAZily bo boiunf. a. urd
y.- V, Only S emu t
urday were Grover Davis, Thomas Ed
gar and Gust Johnson and son Milton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell w:re
Cable visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haywood of
Rock Island spent Sunday at the W.
T. Lee home west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yerkey of Aledo
spent Saturday and Sunday here.
Mr. Dolly of Rock Island was a bus
iness caller here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Boden were t.-l-clty
Wallie Gustafson who has been em
ployed in Rock Island, has returned
Miss Susie Sword was a tri-city vis
itor the latter part of the week.
Miss Irma Moore of Moline made a
short visit here Monday.
Martin Rhen was a' visitor at his
home in Ophiem over Sunday.
Arthur Johnson was in Rock Island
Woman Die at Age of 102.
Mount Vernon, 111., May 20. Mrs.
Eliza Pierce, aged 102, who died yes
terday at the home of her son in
Ewins south of Mount Vernon, was bur
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife ha4 inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
Joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
in bed for six weeks and had eight
physicians, but received no benefit
until she tried Dr. Detchon's Relief
for Rheumatism. It gave immediate
relief and she was able to walk in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue, Rock Island, and Gust
Schlegel Sc. Son, 220 Second street,
New York After many setbacks
the Crocker land expedition has com
pleted arrangements for departure
from this city July 3, under command
of Dr. Donald B. MacMillan in the
All the news all the time The Argus
The Opportunity Is Here, I lacked by
Kock Ibland Testimony.
Don't take our word for it.
Don't depend on a stranger's state
ment. Read Rock Island endorsement.
Read the statements of Rock Island
And decide for yourself. t '
Here is one case of it:
P. C. Beselin, 1324 Fifth avenue.
kock isiana. ill., says: l still rec
ommend Doan's Kidney Pills Just as
highly as I did in 1909. I have to
do heavy lifting in my work and this
no doubt was the cause of my kidney
trouble. The worst symptom was
baefcaefie accompanied by pains in my
sides. The kidney secretions were
unnatural. Seeing Doan's Kidney
Pills advertised I got a supply at the
Harper House pharmacy. They eo
tirely relieved my troubles."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Mllburn company, Buf
falo, New York, sole asents for the
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other. (Adverysement).
ship Diana. '. Crocker land is a sup,
posed large island or continent which
was seen from a distance by Rear
Admiral Peary in 1906. '
In Jewelry. That's why It p?ys
to buy from the old reliable,
where quality has kept us ahead
of our competitors for 43 years.
The graduate must be remem
bered, so why not come to us.
We are showing an exceptional
line this year, consisting of
bracelets, watches la vallieres,
teed pearl pendants, finger rings,
vanities, pay as you enter purses.
The model watches far the boys
are very classy.
J. RAMSER'S SOI
-Opposite Harper House.'
.wBMr.'.'.s-m.w.j Jim. ''JJiti