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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1913.
Young & McCombs
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Our March China Sale was not yet finished when the chief of our
China business started preparations tor the important-event which be
gins tomorrow. Great, world-famed, potteries of England. France
and Austria have contributedthe treasures of their kilns for
the delectation of The Tri-Cities' tasteful matrons.
We have bought nothing because it was merely
cheap. Nothing was bought because of the mak
er s eagerness to get rid ot it. Young & Mc
Combs shall never be a mart for misfits and
Months were spent in planning ex-
ciusive, distinctive ana btl l lk ae-
signsMo make this Young & Mc
Combs' event DIFFERENT from
all others handsomer in pat
terns presented, and lower in
the prices quoted.
The exhibition of special
dinner sets will be a revel
ation in elegance, as well
as low prices.
The assemblage of Cut
Glass presents a blaze of
brilliance and a marvel of
We can tell in detail only a frag
ment of the story, but the China and
Glass Sections in the basement will
present such facinating offerings
tomorrow as no artistic mistress of
a home will want to miss the oppor
tunity to share.
$20 Bavarian China Sets, $13.50
Bavarian China Dinner Sets thin trans
lucent china; plain shape; white and gold
nana tracea. m lUJ-piece sets only.
Imported to sell at $20, September sale
$18 Chin Dinner Sets, $11.95 SN
American China Dinner Sets, chnicp nf twn
shflnPS anH Hprnratinnc Prptfv rnce anrl huH enroll
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and Egyptian border decoration. German and Frenrh
shape. Every piece guaranteed not to craze. Onen
stock. 100-piece sets worth $18.00 for $11.95.
65-oiece Set English Porcelain. Windsor shanp Prpftv
border decoration. Worth $12.50. to close out S5.95.
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Fancy China for a Song!
Fancy China and Bric-a-Brac at less than '
cost to import. Among this lot we have taken every odd piece
of rare Pot'ery in our stock and arranged it on four tables at
ivc, tac, use ana si.iy.
Table No. 1 Choice 49c. You will find Vases, Cups, Saucers. Cake
rwics, ougar anu creamers, oieins, Aiayonaise uisnes, etc. Values
high as 85c: at choice. 49c.
Table No. 2-Choice 69c. Composed of Relish Dishes, Celery Dishes, Roll
Trays, Sugar and Creamers, Service Plates, Candle Holders, Milk Jars, Art
Vases, Dresser Trays, etc Values to $1.25. choice 69c.
TaDle No. 3-Choice 98c. Rail Plates, Syrup Pitchers, Footed Comports,
Bowls, Sugars and Creamers, Trays, Decorative Art Pottery, Bric-a-brac etc
i:p to $2.00; choice U8c. " '
Table No. 4-Choice $1.19. Chocolate Pots; Lobster Salad Dishes. Relish
Dishes, 4-piece Tea Sets, 7-Piece Fruit Sets, 3-Piece Mayonaise Sets, In
itial Salt and Peppers, Art Pottery and Bric-a-Brac. Values up to $2 50
Choice $1.19. ' '
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Johnson Bros. English Dinner Sets $13.75
Dinner Sets of 100 pieces in Fine English
Porcelain, neat floral decorations,
regular price $16.50, for this sale
Bavarian China DinnerSets
of 100 pieces, $13.50, de
corations in gold and
floral work, reg
value, for this
Fine Art Glass
off on our full line
of Bohn Syphon
and Minnesota Re
frigerators. Easy Payments
Special low prices
on our full line of
Wizzard Gas Irons,
complete with tube.
Regular price $3.50,
but fortius sale $2.49.
Special prices to close
out all of ourTrunk lines.
Schraam . Fruit Jars,
in the quart size, ;
each, 4J4c. :
Schraam Fruit Jars, 1
in the half gal. size,
Mrs. Potts Sad Irons.
Nickel plated, per t
set of 3 irons, 65c
Large Cut Glass
Salad Bowls in new
One year guaran
tee. Reg. price $3. 50,
now only $2.98.
1 X L Oil Mops
with one quart of oil,
special at 95c.
Decorated English Tea
Regular 45c val
ues at 29c.
Colonial Glass ':
The most popular
now before the pub
lic. But Read
Colonial Glass Spoon Trays
Colonial Glass 0:1 Bottles
Colonial Glass Syrup Pitchers
Colonial Glass Water Bottles
ii CO OPERATIVE SICSICO.
j Rock Island. Illinois only $1.
e2 Cut Glass Spoon Trays at
A REMARKABLE OFFER
Firje, Deep, Rich Cuttings. Reg
ular $2 value, but'while they last at
Read Our Other
Ad in this Issue
II ALEDO II
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Anderson to
turned to their tome in New Windsor
Friday after a abort Tiait wtta Mr.
ud Mrs. E. E. Cabeen.
The Mlssca Erelyn Kraram and Lola
Detwtlttr were Rock Island rlsltora
Mrs. J. S. McCrelgbt vent to Viola
Friday to visit at the home of J. W.
McCre!ght and attend cbauUuqua In
W. O. Spor and dausbter. Miss
Edna, of Sunbeam left Friday for Ash
land. Neb, where they will spend
three weeks with Mr. Speer'a brother,
A. D. McCrelght
Misa Ruby Sa3burg of St. Louis,
who has been visiting her sister. Miss
Irene Sandburg, left for her home Sat
Mr. and Mr. T. S. Townsley and
two children returned to their hom in
Griffin Friday after making a short
Visit with Mr. and Mra. Clarence Barr.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tudor haTe come
from Bushnell to make their home in
Dr. V. R. Wylie, former district up
erintendent of this district, waa a
guest at the borne of Rev. and Mra.
J. B. Bartle Wednesday.
At the business meeting of the Mer
cer County So'.dtera and Sailors' aa-
soclatron, J. U. Roberts waa elected
commander, J. W. Dilley, vice com
mander and C. C. Walter, adjutant.
The old soldiers who bave died n Mer
cer county since Sept. l, 1912. ar:
James S. Hamilton, Company G, 13th
Illinois; Andrew R. Mlzner. Company
I. 126th Illinois; Lucius B. Doughty.
Company E, 4th Iowa; Thomas J. Bev
erlln. Company K, 102nd Illinois; Lu
cius E. Smith, Company I, 83rd Illi
nois; Daniel I. McMillan. Company K,
84th Illinois; B. F. Love. Company M,
11th Illinois cavalry; John Oswalt,
Company C. 11th Illinois cavalry; Ed
ward Noonan, Company A. 30th Illi
nois; M. R. Lloyd, Company B, 30th
Indiana; Melancthon D. MurJock,
Companies II and D, 3rd and 13th
M16S Winnie Swartx of Griffin spent
Thursday with Mr. and s. Thomas
Mrs. L. H. George and grandsons,
George and Virgil Runtley, of aven
port, Iowa, who are visiting Mrs.
George's mother, Mrs. T. McKee, went
to Viola Saturday to visit Mr. and
Mrs. R. Huntley.
Mrs. F. Kein. who has been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Foote, returned to
her home in Reynolds Friday.
Rev. Frank Swenson, formerly pae
tor of the Swedish Lutheran church of
this city, left Thursday for his heme
In Milwaukee, Wis., after spending ten
days with his many friends here.
Miss Martha Gregory went to Alexia
Wednesday to spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. A, F. Hunt
Miss R- I. Short of Kansas City, Mo.,
who has been visiting at toe home of
Mr. and Mrs. T, A. Vernon, went to
Plainfield Saturday to visit friends.
Mrs. A. W. Almquist and daughters.
Misses Nellie and Dorothy, who have
been making an extended visit with
Mrs. Almquist's mother, Mrs. . Clara
BJorkman and. other relatives, left
Saturday for their home in Tulsa,
The concrete work on the 77 blocks
of paving in this city was completed
Wednesday evening at 6:45 o'clock.
There is still work to be done in the
terra of s and several hundred feet of
defective curbing to b replaced.
Every street is now open for travel
except First street and a short sec
tion of Maple street and these will
both be open in time for the Mercer
county fair. This will complete
Aledo's five and one-half miles ot
paving which was begun by the
Advance Construction company last
summer and will cost about 1130,000.
Mrs. G. H. Moore of this city and
guest, Mrs. A. F. Moore of Polo, went
to Rock Island Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Lemon of Joy spent
Wednesday with her parenta, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Hawkinson. Miss Gladys Fel
ton of Millersburg accompanied her,
Mrs. J. Macklin and daughter. Miss
Lila, went to Galesburg Saturday to
spend a few days with friends.
Mrs. Martha Farr of Liberty and
Mrs. J. Kapp of Falls City, Neb., are
visiting their brother, C. C. Walters,
and family. '
Miss May Rowley of Alliance, Ohio,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. James H.
Mrs. J. "White and little daughter
Ruth of Keithsburg spent Thursday
with Aledo relatives.
Mies Hazel Dodson of Galesburg is
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Zentmire.
A. R. Burke went to Mullberry
Grove Satnrday to spend a few days
with bis mother, Mra. L. A. Combs.
Wilbur and Fred Evans of Hazleton,
Iowa, who are visiting relatives near
this city, Epent Thursday here with
their grandmother, Mrs.-Maria Evans.
Professor and Mrs. J. H. Lloyd ar
rived n ime, Wednesday from Girard,
where they have spent a few weeks
with Mr. Lloyd's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Wendt left Friday
for Woodhifll for a few days' visit wlu
Mrs. Frank Fassnacht and daughter,
Lucile, are visiting relatives In Viola.
Mrs. O. VT. Shibbers and mother,
Mrs. Mary Edwards of Knoxvllle came
Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Townsley. 1 q
Mrs. George Lundblad went to Gal
va Saturday to visit Mrs. John Carl
son. Miss Laura Dickson of Quincy epent
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Dines this week.
Mrs. H. H. Sweeney, daughter, Miss
Jessie, and son, Howard, of Waterloo,
Iowa, and Mrs. A. M. Campbell of
Rineback, Iowa, are visiting Miss
Laura Love this week.
Mrs. E. M. Rush and daughter, MIei
Lois, and son, Carroll, of Battle Creek,
Mich., came Wednesday to vist; Mrs.
Rueh's 6i6ter, Mra. T. I. Greer.
Dr. C. W. Carter of Clinton, 111., came
Wednesday to visit his father, W. Car
ter, and sister, Mrs. Charles P. Shaw.
Miss Grace Derr went to Woodhull
Saturday where she will begin her
work as teacher in the Woodhull pub
lic school Monday.
Mrs. J. M. Hainey arrived home
Thursday from Chicago after a few
days visit with relatives.
Mrs. G. E. Brown and daughter.
Miss Helen of Galesburg, who were
visititio- Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs.
eorge D. Reed, returned home Sat-
Harry Barr and Tennys Flake ar
med home Wednesday from a short
visit !n Chicago.
Mrs. P. R, Thompson f this city
and daughter, Mrs. C. A. Griffin, of
Rich Hill, Mo., were Rock Island visit- j
ors Friday. j
Mrs. N. E. Olson and sister, Mrs.
Hilmer Hagland, who have been visit
ing their brother, John Berglund and
family, returned to their home in Dav
enport, Iowa, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. White went to
Peoria Friday, where they will visit
relatives and attend a reunion of Mrs.
White's relatives held near that city
Miss Eleanor Allen of La Grand,
Ore., and Miss Marie Duncan of Mon
mouth caare the first of the week to
visit Mr. and Mrs. K. M. WMtham.
Professor and Mrs. W. L. Ray are
home from their summer vacation.
w hich Mr. Ray spent in the university
at Ann Arbor, Mich., and Mra. Ray
witn reiativea In Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Vesta Rolf and sen, Richard,
and Misa Hildegard Feldman of West
Burlington spent Wednesday with
Misa Bertha Scannell.
Rev. J. B. Bartle went to Milan Fri
day to attend the Milan camp meet
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Burkt.tt of Ral
ston. Ohio, left for their home riday
after spending three weeks with Mrs.
Burkett's father, G. W. Werts, 8r.
Miss Zua McHard went to Chicago
Friday to spend a few days with her
r brother, Everett McHard, who has just
completed the course in the Chicago
university. They expect to return
Mr. and Mrs., A. F. Moore of Polo
are visiting their son and wife. Dr.
and Mrs. G. 11. Moore.
Rev. and Mrs. J. I. Dool and daugh
ter. Miss Frances, left for their homa
in Wlnfielfl, Iowa, Wednesday after
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. C. W. Detwiler tsfl daughter,
Mi 88 Orpha, went to Rosevllle Tffurs- :r
day to spend a few days with friends. zt
Miss Bridget O'Day and Mra. Ed Val- i
enune were kock island visitors Frl-
Mrs. Mary B. Stowers and daughter,
Miss Helen of Chicago, returned home
Friaay after a ehort visit with friends.
Mrs. MaWe Brown of Millersburg
went to Woodhull Friday for a short
visit with Mr. asd Mrs. James Hiller.
Mrs. J. L. Mosley, daughter. Miss
Leadora, and son, William, of Kansas
City, Mo., are visiting Mrs. Mosley'a
mothtr, Mrs. Sarah. Noonan.
Mrs. James Gibbs and two children
of New Boston came Wednesday for
a few days' Visit with Mrs. Mary Love.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kennedy west
to Viola Saturday to visit their sons
and attend Chautauqua.
Mrs. G. E. Davey and little daughter,
Margery of Galesburg returned home
Friday after a short visit with rela- 5.