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nimEDMTOS KOCS ELAKD AEGU&-IIAY 27, 1925.
IQUM DIES Came VniiM f n. Hon ens. on of the rttldeou of Milan and clote- ter died t the bome of bis son, JjLU Benton Honens in Oak Park, m u ii.uu w - . - Z2 Rettrin In the evening in ap ZZex good bealtn. bo wu OTer addenljr by heart trouble it ptin" awar from that disease !Li 7h weakness brought about w hi advanced years. Had be im until November, be would i..m keen 88 years of age. , , ge gad resided in Milan lor more thu sixty years and bad served a umber or terms a piuuaier buu It other official capacities. He bad keu an earnest leader in church (ivttie and for 46 years had held tbs office of elder in the Fresbyte riui church of Milan. For many nan he had been -retired from bus IKM. Since the death of bis wife la July. 1905. be had, although gtlntainlng his bome at Milan, re tided with bis children and their families. . Leaf e Seven Children, fiuftav Honens was born in Ger many Nov. 8, 1832. He was united ia marriage to Miss Amelia Clip Dinrer at Johnstown, Pa., Sept 23, 1254. surviving are seven cnu dren, 12 grandchildren and five treat-grandchildren. The daugh ter! are: Mrs. Rebecca Smith of Toledo, Iowa; Mrs. Mamie Rath bun of Spring Valley, 111.; Mrs. Hattie VanHorn of Chicago, Mrs. EliMbeth Woermann of St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Agnes Wiggins of Milan; ions are Hugh Benton Honens of Oak Park and Fred Honens of Sterling, 111. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Pres byterian church in Milan with Rev. W. G. Oglevee of the South Park Presbyterian church, Rock Island, offlciatlng. Interment was at Chip piannock cemetery. The pallbearers were William Dixon, James Dixon, Henry Dib bern, Ira Zahn, Wilson Matthews and G. R. Sydnor. Through propagation and protec tion the imported Chinese pheasant hai become one of the most abund- I Boy Scout News : Troop No. 24 act last evenlaa under the leadership of Scoutmas ter William K. Aster. This troop has bees holding outdoor meetings and they have proved to be a great success. At toe last meeting of this troop a 100 per cent duty badge was awarded 10 Scout Hugh t Itxsimmons. Troop No. t bold a well attended meeting Tuesday evening with Scoutmaster Charles Scbearer. At this meeting the Scouts of lb? troop took part In a pie eating contest. Troop No. 3 will leave this after noon tor an over-nigLt bike to Camp Winnie-Tasks, Scoutmaster Raymond R. Walker will accom pany the troop.. They will return to the city tomorrow morning. . Scout executives of Davenport i and Kock Island have gone to spend the day Inspecting the camp site for this summer's camp. Y. II. C. A. PLANS PROGRAM TO SHOW MOVING PICTURES A program to show the Y. M. C. A. industrial and scenic moving pic tures at factories In the city dur ing the noon hour of the employes has been arranged by the local a-s-sotiation. This noon. A. D. Her mann, secretary, showed the films at the Phelps Motor company plant. On Tuesday they will be shown at the factory of the Rock Island Manufacturing company. The two films this week are pic tures taken In the Hawaiian islands and in the Yosemite valley. I The pictures are shown with the new lantern recently purchased by ' the Y. M. C. A. Arrangements have been made to secure a dift'er- ! ent set of films each week from the ' i national association. These will be oq industrial or scenic lines. They 'will be shown at the Y. M. C. A. and on several days a week they will be shown to the employes of 'workshops and factories. I. The lantern has been paid for by ! contributions from the factories ; where the films are to be shown. American Legion News 'The executive committee of the American Legion meets today at 12:15 at the Rock Island club. ' The American Library associa tion has given the American Le gion post of Rock Island 133 books for use in their club rooms COMMUNITY J220thSt I tKI II iH kS 1323 30th (31 Kth St vv -a- -a..wr Street TRY OUR PLAN CUT the Grocery Cost Your neighbor is not buying any more than you. But she buys from us and saves money. Let us sell you your next bill. Granulated Sugar 27c We will take care of your needs on Sugar. Do not delay. WHITE NAVY BEANS IT: 25c PRUNES Small size, meaty and fine flavor, 50 C LIMA BEANS- Large size, fancv California CAr Lima Beans, 3 lbs uu PEACHES California Peaches in heavy , 40 c syrup, large can tvv P. & G. WHITE SOAP , Very low price, 7Qr 10 bars for . . . .: PORK & BEANS Campbell's, AQn 4 cans xJJt CREAMERY BUTTER Finest grade, freshly flip churned, per lb SEEDLESS RAISINS 'Sunmaid, 7fi- . 3Pkgs DC HIRES EXTRACT One bottle makes 5 gallons 2flr delicious Rootbeer, a bottle ...... V SYRUP- WhiteKaro, ftr 51b. pail OUC JAMS- AU varieties of pure fruit jams AQ n in large jars, each . . QUAKER CRACKED WHEAT orPa.Ckag.e.. . ........ .....25C PEARL TAPIOCA In bulk, i i . 1 An alb. "C BREAD Most popular bakeries, 1 r . full sized leaf, each , U T THE CIG STORE ii mi ii'innnnnnnn I 1 ' ii mam tH fcfrmMgh.a.. iff IN ROOC13LAK3J HI H INI II 3 7 GOOD GENTS!-And COMMON SENSE . We have always had the good sense to give one hundred cents value for every dollar spent with us. And now . common sense tells you that the dollar will purchase at this big progressive store, at least one-fourth more than "100 cents on the dollar." People are realizing more and more, the savings possible during this, our aggressive Campaign for Lower Prices. It works like an endless chain as one satisfied customer after another spreads the ' news of the discounts of 20 to 50 to be found in all departments of the "Big Store." The secret of this campaign's sensational success lies in just two words: Thoroughness and worthiness. Thoroughness with which every detail is carried out, thoroughness in the store's every dealing with customers , and the supreme worthiness of every article that this store offers for sale. V There is no good reason why you should not save the money that you can by buying here and now. Our good cents values, our common sense methods, and the security that the Young & McCombs store affords you; surely these are matters worthy of your consideration. YOUNG AND McCOMBS CO. Everything REDUCED In Price ii i i " i ii lr il I1 'I I' -I I -J . ALL SPRING MILLINERY ALL GLOVE SILK underwear .. $10.00 TO' $85.00 GEORGETTE BLOUSES ALL WOMEN'S COATS ONE LOT FAN C Y SKIRTS BOHN SYPHON REFRIGERATORS WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WARE GAS AND OIL STOVES ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES CUT GLASS AND CHINA CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUMS MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPORTING GOODS 50 334 334 334 50 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 33Jg Discount ON ALL SILVER HOLLOW WARES Sheffield and quadruple plate, Vases, pitchers,' candelabra, trays, baskets, compotes, tea sets, coffee pots, cups and many other articles suitable for gift giv ing. Prices range from 98c to $35.00 less our closing-out discount of v ONE-THIRD ANOTHER SALE OF PECAN ROLLS 2 for 25c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The same large size pecan, filbert and English walnut rolls. None to dealers, no phone orders, no deliveries. Made in the tri-cities and are fresh. These sell at other stores at 20c and 25c each. THE GIFT SEEKERS The gift seeker will be quick to take advantage of our closing out sale of our entire stock of solid gold jewelry and silver hollow wares. Gifts for the June bride, gifts for the newlyweds or gifts for the graduate can now be pur chased at ONE-THIRD LESS THAN REGULAR Th Big Store en th Cant 20to50 r ALL WOMEN'S SUITS ALL WOMEN'S CAPES .: ALL SPRING HATS ALL SILK DRESSES ONE LOT WOMEN'S COATS .... WOMEN'S SILK UNDERWEAR MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES WICKER AND PORCH FURNITURE BRUNSWICK PHONOGARPHS ........ THE "FREE" SEWING MACHINES .... FLOOR AND TABLE LAMPS AND 'SHADES . . . SWEEPER VAC, EUREKA VACUUM CLEANERS ... 50 50 50 334 50 334 25 334' .20 20 25 20 33Jg Discount ON ALL SOLID GOLD JEWELRY Tiffany rings set with" various stones, dinner rings with sets of cameo, pearl and precious stones, bracelets, baby rings, ear- rings, hat pins, lockets, charms, crosses, wrist watches, tie pins, cuff links, all to be closed out at a dis count of ONE-THIRD Patent and dull kid colonial pumps, with low military heels. Suitable for growing girls, $8.75 value, special $6.50 ot Black patent and dull kid pumps, neat tail ored bow, low .fiat walking heel, spec- $4.95 White kid lace shoes with military and Louis heels. Values to f00 $6.95 A limited number of pairs SHOES ALL bHOES REDUCED 20 OR MORE Five eyelet, patent leather oxford tie, with leather Louis heel, and overweight sole. Made to sell at $11.50, Special $6.75 Patent colonial one eyelet tie, covered Louis heel, AA to C widths. Regular $11.85. CJQ'CA Special ..vO.OU- Tobacco brown' kid,! six eyelet oxford, plain toe, covered Louis heel, justright for wear with light summer dresses, AA to c widths. Regular $11.50, special $7.95 Patent leather oxford, military heels, with. imitation d'7 Cf tip, special v Black kid oxford, short vamp, tip, with military heeLComfort for hot weather. Spec- priJed ..$4.95 Patent leather, natty pump, leather Louis heel and plain toe,. A to C widths. Regular IpS :.$7.50 ; White heeled pumps. Special canvas, oxfords low and $2.80 tJ O women's, misses' and children's low and high shoes. m : v, Summer Sale h oIbilel Goods Some at 50 Discount 30c Phenolax Wafers .15c 15c Jergen's Bath Soap 7V2c 25c Page's talcums . . . . . .12V2c 25c Miito Tooth Powder . . . . .12V2c 35c Jess Face Powder : YlVz 25c Bayer's Aspirin 12V2c 25c Nichols Tartarine Tooth Cream ." 12V2c 30c Mentholated Throat Tablets 15c 60c Donald's Face Powder .... .30c 25c White's Nail Polish 35c Peg O' My Heart Face Powder 15c Imperial Talcums 75c ounce perfumes $2.00 ounce perfumes 20c Tooth Brushes 25c Peroxide Vanishing Ceam 25c Violet Face Powder 25c GVeasless Peroxide Cream 122c 17V2c .7'2c 37V'2c .$1.00 ..10c 12V2c 12V2c 12V'2c $1.00 S. S. S. Blood Remedy . ". .,.79c $1.15 Kilmer's Swamp Root 89c $1.10 Nuxated Iron . . v . . . ! 87c $1.50 Scott's Emulsion .$1.19 $1.00 Wampole's Extract Cod Liver Oil ....79c 85c Jad Salts . . . J...- 69c $1.00 Squibb's Mineral Oil 79c $1.00 Knowlton's Danderine . . . .78c 75c Q-Ban Hair Restorer 59c 60c Wild Root Hair Tonic 44c 60c Vernas, dental lotion .48c 25c 4 oz. Aromatic Castor Oil ... 19c 25c Blue Jay Bunion Plasters . . .15c 10c Zinc Oxide Ointment ...... ,7c 60c Mentho-Sulphur Ointment . .39c fU. I5. is 0 I 1 EST C? Eg. set 15c package Senna Leaves 10c 30c "White Tar'" Moth Balls .... 19c 50c Mavis Face Powder 39c 65c Djer Kiss Face Powder 52c 50c Djer Kiss Rouge .39c 50c Luxor Face Powder 39c 50c Luxor Rouge 39c $1.00 Kewpie Doll talcum . .... .63c 60c Marinello Face Powder 47c 60c Marinello Creams ' .47c 60c Marinello Face Powder . . . . ,47c 50c Jardin De Rose Face Powder 35c 35c Gordon's De Vora Face - Powder .27c 25c Gordon's Cleansing Cream . . 19c ' 50c Pebecco Tooth Paste . . . .39c 50c Mulsified Cocoanut Oil ... . .39c 35c: Sanitol Shampoo . . . . . . -25c 10e Creme Oil SoaD ... ... , ..... - "c , 35c Pompeian Creams .... . .' .'. .27c 50c Pompeian creams . . . ? . . 35c L'Ame Crjpme . . . . . . . . 39c 25c EVERYTHING FLEDUCED IN PRICED W OR MORE AT THE "BIG STORE" ON THE CORNER . u 1!' i i 1