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4- 4 , i- CZS of tla fcd5ty. JJaflway - wwiiyny ana nptawiuni u- uot maaldpel goreramenu of Rack Is liaOWto ud East Vollne are to ' - tppear before-the state public utll- ' Exchange buUdiag In Chicago Sept. f as, woon im nigas lare petition is ' V, Indication'-would point to the - tj. , aaariag being tne urn tup in una- . lngthe suspense on the "on man r irlofit tha t ir,anjr k.) aaammoriaat X ta net tot4 usJto art ti cm the Sat KJ! can 0 . tha 1miMMr-T hat. navurtbalaoa. tt . iiMiatt that tne eompaay. Bm a taat of tba new cars sera. ; Tha arort nf the conferences wttk cttr V fctals waa held at the cttr ball lAmdajr afternoon, - and & J Desman, president of the eomnear. aad John u. Muntoon, general manager. - prescntM : - in eomnaay's anal desires In the nr tar. They wen inlet by rebuffs qn the proposition from Xayor Harry M. Schrtrer and Commissioner Martin T. Rudgren, WllUam H. Fitislm nsons aid- Frank Wlch. : Commis sioner ohn A? Murrla m absent 'from the meeting: : : - . pat Want Om hTaa Can. "Wa don't want the 'one man' cart because ire an positive that the people don't want them,'' waa the statement of the city officials. A hint from the company offi cials that a teat of the new cars on waarh Tteamr Una would :beltflela ban grren taa atnet ear appreciated met with the statement fan with the new1 can u open ZZ?Z?TLrZJ7l h. ..k. tkatitkn. waa a basic lfcent fan with bo testa wen daaired. . 'peran. xanf ..fcfi-. ww" ... TeonSaay- officials then saU&ovld tptltM tae holders 3a J that a taat woaM be mad on the tor thTpayment of B cents .on pre- Prospeet parte line in Holine i aaarxw ai ue cam. wmxu wm uother line in Bast Motlne, tf of-hafV to bo renewed each month. fidala of those cities would approve of it ' - ; The 'one man' can an alltbt an nlace ont of Rock Island," was the answer from the mayor and commissioners. .( V Win Bepert te Cemmlaslea. ' Mr. Denmaa said that the caee would be reported to the atfliUes commission as it stands. . He said that no request would be made by the company for the new cars, but gores -would- h presented to show the sarin that oouM be made with them m use. . . - J The installation of the new aaaip-mnt-would cost the compear te the neighborhood of $44000. ', The net annnal saring between the two sys tems would be about $140,000 a year, .The best estimate a. that the ot- 1 V '' ' j. " ; 3 i 1 r Aids to good looks, souniteeth, eager appetite and bealthy digestion are-only 5c a package Sealed Tight- SdnauiJ OS Kept Right The Flavor LASTS AffM Muati A-1421 and which' would not be traasfer- able aadfonly of beaeflt to persons using the can . regularly, Others woald haTfr to pay 10 cents straight wn Ask f-it Fan. Mr. Denmaa said that with the present equipment in operation the comy-nTi will ban to ask the util ities commission at - the hearing. Sept M for either a trahv 10 cent tare or a 10-cent fare with ticket .aalea of 11 to "the dollar, which, would mean a 9 cent fare 'for purchasers of tWketa. How erer, shis reductson was not giyen as a flnal proposition "of the .com pany.' "V . ' i The nrerions naneft 6f the com pany was tor a 10-cent fan with tickets selling three for 25 cents. -CATTLE tPTn) (Special to The Argus.) Buagess, Sept. 20. The coming his efforts meaa anything, we an j other fine1 herds.. The V son to be rewarded for his work. J paftmeat looks proty Dept. A. cattle, will prooaoiy oe Then is to question sucosss of the ladies' sal partmenta. The athletic win falrlv well filled an. Fred Olirer. who' was a price winner at the MerT mm M w41t mm YimnA with hla One - herd. , Fred McLaughlin ex- ? w180 being dsn J pecta to hare a full herd at the ttir " -"Tr- nufe this year,, and although he.doe. not!VWni b, j Burgess fair will undoubtedly be l Intend trying to win orer the JJTer Ssirtaa thadar " v ; in the history or ueinero. ne win mkmi run wtinui - Mr. Morgan, the sup-' the seconas.. The Laugneaa ooys the largest erintendent, is working hard every will again, have a big string of fine day rounding plans together and ifhoga.on exhibition aa wal as many 111 the news tttst all m 1311 MMM mm , Mil CUE This is the Time to Buy. a Piano Player Piano ; Phonograph Mr. City Buyen' 1 v - . Most of the city, buyers derive their incomes from-weekly, bi-weekly or monthly salaries. The city buyer, no matter how modest his income, can find an instrument suitable to his purse - with terms arranged to suit his individual requirements. All instruments are marked in plain jfigures at CASH PRICES. . Partial List of Pianos , and Player Pianos . Notethe High Quality of the Makes. $060 Kimball upright re- -.- QiAOfK turned from rental V. $600 Peerless Player Piano, used .............. $380 Hlnxe, mahogany, new slightly marred ... $6S Carlton Player -. Piano, new .. . ......... MePaail aprlglit piano, i i. ' used, mahogany ............ $580 Kimball upright. . new, slightly shop worn...... Peerless upright, used. ' mission case . . ...... Arion, used, mahogany - ; Q Wllbtrd upright used, a special at .... , $750 New Kimball upright grand oak, soecial ... $665 Hinse Player PJaajD, ' slightly used v.. 7.' $585 Jmse French Sons l-'irht ersnH. nnw . .;. .. Nearly" 100 Similar Mr. Farmer Tbh $372 S319 $595 ...:$150 . :$425 . $220 $110 $610 $550 Bargains . In Pianos, Player Pianos, Phonographs to select from. WE ARE OPEN EVERY EVENING ' UNTIL 9 If you cant conveniently call dur ing day remember we keep open even ings for your benefit , The farmer today is purchasing the best of everything for bis farm. should apply to pianos also.- He should hare an instrument of sturdy musical qualities that he can proudly show to any of his friends no matter how much of " musical critic they may be.. Such an instrument can be bought here at prices tag ' make it worth while to Investigate now, . All pianos are marked at CASH PRICES, ' but we will extend to the (armor liberal credit.' You can park In front of aa store aa long as you wish.' . , c, ; This is only a partial list. . of the fine Pianos on Sale $600 Jesse French. Upright . CM CP grand burl walnut, new 0400 $800 Kimball Player Piano, used '. $850 Stegrr k Sons Player piano, oak, new .......... $855 A. B. Chase upright grand, finest piano ' in America, choicecst burl walnut (PC ETA A Used Player Piano, $372 This used Player Piano will be placed on sale tomorrow, at the very special price of $372. A player bench is included at this price. For $10 extra we will include 40 special new rolls. -If you have ever thought of buying a player piano this is your chance. iJ Terms $3 Per Week ' t ..$425 i S675 -case, new, at Kimball Apartment grand, golden oak, 57 inches long $1085 Kimball Miniature - grand, mahogany, new $1850 Kranlch A Bach Grandette, new $1050 Kimball reproducing Player Piano, electric $850" r. $950 : $1125 ...$775 And many others. WANTED 50 PIANOS IN EXCHANGE. We can use fifty good used pianos . m this sale, as we are having a big demand for used instruments. We will allow good prices In exchange for pianos or phonographs. What have you to trade? Dim-. r Lowest Terms Imaginable , i. . - Every piano buyer in Davenport and -vicinity for 100 miles Is urged to visit Griggs during this great sale and seize the opportunity of saving big' money on the purchase of a fine instrument." i. . Liberty Bonds Accepted at Face Value . A Used Piano at $110 This piano is thoroly dependable, with a good, tone, and gpod appear ance. It has been thoroly repaired in our repair shop, and will give good service. i Terms: $2 a Week. Tuesday -Special , "- ; 'v''-'vs.. A brand new Piano of fine quality, upright will' be offered Tuesday morning at a big reduction, from reg ular list price. - This Instrument is positively a $520 .value. We have only one of these pianos, and it goes to the first purchaser. To protect the manufacturer, we do not publish the name of this . CQQK piano. Price only &ijJD Phonographs at Cut Prices Rich Tone Phonograph, golden oak, used $72 Mandel Phonograph, used golden oak, $68 i '5 Wit 1 r 0 1 $1.00 Week Avalon, full cabinet Phonograph $55 Rich tone, mahogany, used $78 - Victor Victrola used $17 $1.00 Week Grand Pianos, Easy Terms A magnificent stock of fine grand pianos are offered in this Annual sale, all at red no ed prices. Terms as low as $25 PER MONTH. ' During this great sale the store will open at 8:30 o'clock, and our Plane Department will remain open until 9 o'clock In the evening.- ft rihurPGri arvo Comp Old Pianos Taken in Exchange. 3& Ullt 7 121 E. 2nd Davenport Trl-Clties Oldest Music House Out -of -Town Customers ft If you wish to reserve any D1 piano or player listed W. cut out this ad, check the instrument . you wish, inclose $10 with ad and mail immediately. If It does not prove en tirely satisfactory after you test it in your home, your payment will be re funded in full. s . . . . - v . . . ... . J r - 1 . i ' - '. a . - '. r DONT DESPAIR If you ore troubled with pains or , aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, inaomni&; painfal pptsage of urine, you will find '4tlstf byTefalar(f taUng . , C0U) l!DAL 1 ' worldti standard rstnedy for kida threr, bladder and otic acid troublM and Kational Remedy of Holland since ISM, Three aisM,ati druggists. Ouaramasd. ksuitM ZiaAMya'stcT isea. c g eaj ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO. I I HOCK IBLANO, H.U. I i vmm (GRANULES) ' INDIGESTION ran QUICK. RELIEFt tsxju-uomb a. l aa ax oaasa a caaa now. CstaCca TO-DAY Frca Yczr TRY PEACOCK SOLUTION FOR PYORRHEA : . '. V, After you're used your far- orlte dentlfrtaa. uaa PEA- brush, and aa a gaxgla ' It win help to harden the gums,' atop Pyorrhea and other mouth aif actions. PEACOCK sournoN 1 Ifl THE UKrVKBSAL ANTISEPTIC . " , ... I., For Dandruff tt stops scaling and Itching without drying the - . , . hair or kurtiag tae aeala. . , , ... BENGSTON'S ' Mfg. by -x.PTAU rtumnnAj. CO. tmi Aye. and 17th St, Back Island , Rock Jslaad JU. "V (iTTr'fmfr7 Tt W sslSsB-a-waswanaassuBBswBS-i -v-s-s-aawawaaBsaauaBjBsssjBm ; i coffee is It is the original and only refined coffee. v , ; , It is refined from the best coffee. It is ail of the coffee that is good. ; It is 100 pure coffee. It dissolves instantly in hot or cold water. : ' : sf, At! is healthful and delicious. It is easiest to make. ; ' It is economical a bound of G. ' - Washington's Coffee will make as many cups of coffee as ten . ; ppundsof roastedepffeeberries. It is alwavs the same in quality. It is sold in handy air-tight cans." COITEEISiNOT It fa not an imitation. ' It is not expensive. It is not de-naturi:ed not de caffeinized or de-anythinged. It is not 85 chaff, woody fibre, V" Or grounds. t It is not wasteful. . It fa not harmful. - . It is not necessary to "cook"- . no coffee pot or petcolatot needed. It is not just "another brand" pf coffee. .. .1 u: in Pi d 0C tt at of M til ti W P 01 ft p e V (i Ul IBth Stoset, Moliae Me, H bottlea hie I!