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THE ROCK. ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. MAT 30, 1913.
Mrs. Frank Burton and two children
Marguerite and Frances returned from
Mrs. M. F. Mathews, who has spent
the last few months In different parts
of Arkansas and Missouri, arrived
Mrs. A. M. Holmes returned to her
home in Keithsburg Tuesday after a
short visit with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Best and daugh
ter Mildred, who hare been risitng
Mr. Best's brother, W. A. Be6t and
I The Grocer
Next time you phone the
grocer ask him to send you
a can of Van Hour en's
Rona Dutch Cocoa. Then
make this simple test:
Put only tne-half i teajpoonful
of Rona into a cup into which you
. have put ent-half (he amount of
y sugar you utuajly use. Add boiling
water and aee how Rona Cocoa
disaolvei instantly. Just sip that
: rich. Dutch. chocolalef.vot. Now
f youcan jee why
excels all domestic Cocoas.
first place, it's mor
you use only Ma,
to the cup. And
richer, smoother, f
cause of the
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family, went to Keokuk Wednesday
to spend a few days before returning
to their home in Beardstown.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beedlng. and
family of near New Boston were Aledo
Mrs. Thomas Kiddoo was a guest at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Alice
Miss Olela Hayes returned to her
home in Keithsburg Monday after
spending a week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William McHard.
The Misses Leota and Nancy War
wick went to Kewanee Tuesday to
spend a few days with their cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Miller.
Mrs. J. D. Peters and daughter. Miss
Bernice. went to Davenport Wednes
day for the day.
Mrs. A. C. Sells spent Tuesday in
Monmouth with friends.
Memorial services for the Grand
Army of the Republic were held in
the Methodist church Sunday evening.
The house was decorated with flags.
flowers and ferns. The large audience
stood and with the choir sang "The
Star Spangled Banner" while the sol
diers and ladies or the W. R. C. en
tered and marched to the seats reserv
ed for them. All the churches of Ale
do united at this service and seven
ministers took part in the program.
The sermon was preached by Rev. J.
B. Bartle, wio made a very Interest
ing and appropriate address and gave
a beautiful tribute to the brave men
who offered their lives for their coun
try and their equally brave mothers
and wives who toiled and suffered at
home. The sermon was closed with
the singing of America by the choir
and congregation, after which the ben
ediction w-as pronounced by President
F. C. English.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Powers and two
daughters went to Joy Saturday to
make a short visit with Mrs. Powers'
sister, Mrs. C. Finch.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wendt returned
home from Woodhull, where they have
been spending a few days with rela
tives. Mrs. S. B. Decker went to New Bos
ton Monday to spend a few days with
her daughter and husband, Dr. and
Mrs. L. L. Mclntyre.
Miss Minnie Johnson went to Joy
Saturday to spend a few days at her
Mrs. Charles Smith of Chicr.o is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. McPher
ren. Mrs. J. White ana little daughter
Ruth returned Monday from Keiths
burg where they had spent a few days
with Mr. White who is employed in
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Sade, who have
been making a few days' visit with
Mr. and Mrs. G. Sackfield in Mathers
ville. returned to their home in Joy
Mrs. Mary Derr and daughter Grace,
who have spent several months in
Birmingham, Ala., are home for a few
Mrs. S. Durston spent Friday with
relatives in Hopewell.
The Misses Bertha Scannell and
i Bridget O'Day went to Rock Island
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Tuesday to spend the day with Miss
Scannell's brother and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Scannell.
Miss Josephine Mosley returned to
Rock Island Tuesday, after visiting at
the home of J. A. Mosley in New Bos
ton. Mrs. W. T. Brown of Viola, Iowa,
visited friends In this city the first of
the week. I
Mrs. William Garrett left Monday !
for Oklahoma City where she will
visit her son, H. B. Garrett and fam
ily. Her daughter, Mrs. Walker Main,
met her in Monmouth, and accompan
Mrs. J. H. Harney and daughter La
June spent Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Harney's sister, Mrs. Carrie
Holmes, in Joy.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jackson of
Joy were guests at the home of Mrs.
Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Mrs. W. C. Galloway of Galesburg
Is visiting at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. T. C. Henderson.
Miss Emma Cross left Saturday for
Fort Morgan, Col., where she was call
ed by the serious illness of her cousin,
Mrs. Allen Cross.
Mrs. T. Ballard and grandson. Maur
ice Ballard, of Joy were Aledo visitors
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and
little daughter were Monmouth visi
Miss Pearl Larrence returned to
New Windsor Wednesday after a
short visit with her father.
Mrs. N. J. Prouty and Mrs. F. M.
Prouty of New Boston were Aledo
Mrs. A. H. Woodworth of Chicago
came Monday to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Mclntyre.
Mrs. J. W. Anderson and 6on
Charles went to Galesburg Wednesday
to spend the day.
Mrs. John Ballard and son left Sat
urday for Minneapolis, Minn., to visit
Mrs. Ballard's sister, Mrs. Roy McKee,
and see the baby Bon who came re
cently to gladden the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Merryman and Miss Edna
Merryman were Galesburg visitors
.Mrs. Karry Epperly of Joy was en
Aledo visitor Monday.
Mrs. Mary Scott went to New Bos
ton Monday to attend the Eastern Star
school of instruction held in that city
Miss Sue Wylie returned home Mon
day from Galesburg where she has
been visiting relatives.
Miss Bernice Ramsey and Miss Net
tie Ramsey were Rock Island visitors
Ellera Corwin of Annawan is visit
ing friends in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bonynge and
two children went to Galesburg Wed
nesday for the day.
Mrs. J. A. Harvey, daughter May
and Mrs. E. Boultinghouse went to
Rock Island Wednesday for the day.
Miss Lulu Crawford of Joy was an
Aledo visitor Tuesday.
Miss M. J. Gross who has spent the
last three months in Sunbeam at the
home of her sister, Mrs. A. Jaggers,
went to Shenandoah, Iowa, Tuesday to
John Brancht was a business visitor
In Reynolds Tuesday.
A game of baseball will be played
on the William and Vashti field Fri
day afternoon by the William and
Vashti college and Bradford Polytech
nic institute teams. This is the last
game of the season and will decide the
standing in the association of the con
The baccalaureate services for the
Aledo high school graduating class
were held at the Methodist church
Sunday morning. The music was fur
nished by the united choirs of the
I Methodist and Baptist churches. Rev.
J. M. Jones, pastor of the Aledo Bap
tist church, preached from this text.
I have written unto you, young peo
ple, because ye are strong." The ser
mon was full of helpful thoughts and
good advice for the 20 bright young
people who have just completed the
course of the Aledo high school with
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ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
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home to your wife tonight. Save
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Save her strength. With cost of living
running up you must be on the watch
for the ways to economize. Peosta
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If you want pleased customers,
tell them about Peosta. Be
sure that your stock of Peosta
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In order that every woman may learn the
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to wash her clothes with than any other,
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LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
May 2. Following are the whole
sale quotations on tne local market
. Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Eggs, fresh, doi lSc
Butter, dairy, lb ..25c
Butter, creamery, lb 29c
Butter, packing stock. Ib ISc
Potatoes, bushel .... S0c
Parsley, bunch 3 i-3C
Tomatoes, green house, lb.. 20c
Oniony bunch ...... 2c
Cucumbers, each..,.., .16c, 10c 6c
Lettuce, lb 124c
Lettuce, head, lb ....26c
New potatoes. Florida. bbL ,...$,6.75
New Cabbage, Louisiana, lb 4c
Onions, Texas, Bermuda and Silver
Skin lb. ........ 6c, 4c
Old cocks ......8c
Spring a 25c
Buffalo ..... ..... Sc
Perch ..... 4c to 7c
Halibut, fre6a .....10c
Pickerel, lb 8c
Trout, lb 12c
Catfish, lb. ........... i3c
Halibut, lb i0c
Flour, Feed and FueL
Straw, top J9.50
Straw, baJa 4045c
Hay, prairie, bale 50 60c
Hay, prairie, tou $18
Braa, ton 123.00
Bran, cwt. $15
Ear Corn, bushel 57c
Oats, load, bushel 40c
Corn chop, cwt. $1.35
Saorta, ton 124.00
Shorts, cwt. L25
Wheat, bushel '.66c
Corn, bushel 65
Coal, lump, per ton $3.50 4.00
Timothy hay $18.00
ready to commence building on the I their years of faithful study, and show-! value of forming right habits while
foundations they have laid during ed with
appropriate illustrations the! the structure is being builded.
We announce to the people of the Tri-Cities and
vicinity the opening date of our great removal sale,
which starts June 2, 1913, and continues for only 60
days, as we must, be in our new building located at
1615-1617 Second avenue, by Aug. 1. Rather than
move any of our stock to our new building we have
decided to close out our present stock at price
Reductions 20 to 50
This is an event which you have long been waiting
for. Now is your opportunity to buy quality furni
ture at lowest prices than ever before offered.
We also wish to announce the changing of the firm
name, which shall from this date be known as the i
HILL FURNITURE CO., successors to the HILL
Successors to Hill-Eberle Co.
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