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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1013.
I I ? I I boards. so there are times wnn a
jit I! 'roora 's necesnary. 1 am glad rugs
I " 1 i : . u rtw
1l HMillUMiM Ill ill I I uu
is n i
a T r- (-uiujitg tutu su u twiiiiuu uw, evo
I with a carpet Pe-per and sanitary ,
mop. broom sweeping need be done;
only once in two or three weeks.
' Vpcu; ai and suction clr-anerg take up
' the dut. but as ye: the pric !s not
, within reach of all.
Now, with short strokes and briskly
You lirush tlie carpet o'er:
Your broom muRt not bp friUy,
But cllnp clopp to the floor;
V-t trendy you must rwi.
Not diE tt. carpet deep:
i n-n swe-i, Bww ri, spii, mv
To make your room bo lua' ;
Th n iliiHt. each lit'.! chair
A:.il vfi-'thinc 'bat's there:
Aii'l iiw. diiHt. dust, mv mw'i,
To ma k- your room so n'u
iinj cattily in li:it. I mean.
sn-fpcrri are imeti in between times 1
on rni;s and carpets, tint they tfo not
I'ach clone to t.h- edes and base-
The Harmony of this Perfect
So everyone f-.ioii'J know how to i
sweep with a bioom. It : good exer-!
: el -e. too. if you l"arn to work with
the mouth elos-d. 'he windows and
doors open (or some of them), and
weep with f hurt, strong, even strokes. '
, A vvoman to'd me one how well she
r"inemh r' 4 bev first sweppins. that, is
, when she was !e?' alone, to do it. Her :
mother went out for th" morning and ;
lit t asked her to sweep two Sifdroms up-'
stairs. When th mother returned she
' looked the rooms over, sent the dausli-
ter for th" broom, dust pan and dust j
i cloth, and then asked her to stay
thre :t lid watch her. She was sure
her mother could no; tind any dirt for
that dust pan Hut there was It was
I am fume to teil you a set ret. chil- a VP,v ,lllj(,r les.-on. but one that, she
tlr-n: There are very few srownups nPVPr' frEot. Alwavs do our wort;
'Mio know how to sweep. Oil. yes. th' V at ,h(, ean)p ,1rnp ;, kh- R,C I
;ow bow to sweep, bu; to do it well havp ,.,.. ,it11t, ,,, vf).,r , while ;
( arpet (i0i(p jt. n-re are a few sunpestions: j
1. Have a eood lipht weight broom, j
i Always hang it in when not using it.
Wash i' in warm sud when dirty.
Have a whisk broom to brush iit-
holstered tiliri'trre, heavy draperies.
or pillows. ;
' Open the windows, and carefully I
pin up the curtains. '
! 4. rii!s: a'l sniail bri -a-brac. ruch
las vaM-s. itooks. eit., and cover with
! a lar?e cloth.
. Sweep all small rugs and lay to
one sid or if poi sibie hH ig oi s'.le.
Sv.ei i v ;t'n s-hort. eveu s:rfke..
holdinc; the br tni ;os to 'he floor :
;eep in an opposite direction Irnm
which the wind is blowing. Don't let
the dust fly.
7. lirush the v.itlis w'tri tlie broom
c;)vti"d wi'ii a clean lo'h.
, S. If f .:rpe:s or rags are very dusty
! statu r hits of paper dinipened in a;r.
'.i. S- ver sweep the dust from on? 1
room to another, nor out of doors. '
I". Kir.pty the dustpan into a piece
of pap.T. f.ii'l and put into the waste!
j buske; or burn.
Ill ri; AM i I IAMM..
1. Keino- the i overs from f li iii'tir"
lor b"ii -a lirac iinti i hake oi t of doors,
i '-. lust h".i!s. firs' tiirt ii;ik.-th"i
the sea next I be rounds and last tl.e
; legs and feet.
Dust tallies and tfratig"' th or i;.
!mm;s a:d ftinii.iire in ';,td '-i-e.
Study curefi-lly iiny ciiauues uhith
; may be in cie io tnak" the room more
, comforts r or a iis ic. or both.
4. When necessary to wasii t;,.e win
d(i. es" lean warm :it.-r. with a
;liit'.e ammonia in it. or sapolio. Iiri
iind polish with a sofr cloiii or thitii?
.i. v asn base boar Is. wiitdow s ils
and flot;r around the carper with warm
water a ltd oil or Ivory soap.
!. l-'nr dusting polished floors us'
oiied floor mops.
7. I.! down the curtains and have
tl. window shade? evn atid iusi. i -member,
whether it is tir' living room,
bedroom or U'Tehen whiih is In it?:;
swep' and dusted, i' should u1wh'..
took tit a; ami iiav' furniture an atig-.d
with las.r. a.- well as being clean.
" ' iM'V r: -H - Shoes
t t ; Ami ' ": v. 6 A v
In its big daylight new home on the third floor, our new Boys' Department welcomes Pri
iiiuLiicrs iu luc iai4CM duu nnesi aispiay or ciotnes we ve ever snown smart styles ror little LJ
fellows and their bigger brothers. Ours is indeed the tn-city headquarters for everything
that boys wear, where special attention is given to clothes for boys, better styles and values.
f Parents will be particularly pleased with the new spring styles in Skolny Suits for boys. They're the smartest
and finest tailored clothes in America. We are showing Skolny Suits in all the latest patterns and shades and
call special attention to the unusual values at $7.90, $8.9fl and $10.
pecial Suit Offer
made of pure, choice tobaccos
moht skillfully bit tijej. Tliat's why
more l atimjs are sold th-a any
other brand in this country.
" Dis linctivcly Individual"
Ai' j?. 4 f
Price on Fatimas is nov
and always has been 15c.
' Largest acalcrs in the
As a special introductory induce
ment in our boys' bip new daylight
department, we ar offering fine all
vool suits with two pairs of pants
all the newest styles, newest fabrics,
newest shades in sizes 6 to 16 a
matchless suit offer for boys at $5. So.
Besides a great offer of Boys all
wool Blue Serge Suits at $5.00
For Man,Woman & Child
Saturday, March 8
Neck bones, per pound 5c
Pickled pigs feet in vinegar, per pound 5c
Tomatoes, per can 9C
Wisconsin early June Peas, per can 0 J
Coni, per can 7q
Brick cheese, per povnd 202
Buehler Bros." best butterinc. per pound 20c
Puttcrire in two pouru rol!s. per ro!i 30c. 25c
Picric b uns, per pour d " " q
Skinned hams, per pound "Jgo
Pork shoulder roasts, per pound " q
Choice beef rib roasts, per pound "jig
"Watch our special sales advertised in the window
each day. .
1628 Second Ave., Rock Island
I MQIIRPCMT TAI KQ jlnaly paid in. Contrary to th' opin K'nibie 22.3!
iftOUnUCIl I IMLliO it.n oi the head efiit-e '.!t.rt-s he nolds I. in, ..In v 24.73
TO n rtl'CR,! DflDTCDC !";" money (."-ht ;,j ntakt- tin to a l.otmftllow :iG.4 j
IU UAV L.Vtl Un I tlUi meat -ten; for the 1 tii U tansed b i
.!.hn L. Sundeen. insurgent Wood- "':,ljf raU'ii- Total $210.71 1
iii 1 1 ladr from Minneapolis, ad . . , . .
a meetin, of ,50 vooT .IS DELEGATES GIVE REPORT
v.,.-.. sathered at Ilioerman hall m ; ,.xaIllini.rB. in ordr that .,.v Iliav . UF THt SILVIS TROUBLE
l-r.venportjast night at the invitation I lnakP ., (.l0f.r ,.tion of , ai.dinU.tes Merely buMnees of a routine nature
f-t ( amp 1'.. M. . A. IdeKations cl (or admittance-to the order, theiel wuo traiiFacted at the meeting of the
in...urent from Rock Island aud .Mo- u.n(iini. to reduce the death rate. Tri-Citv Federation of Labor last night.
i-.e a ere in Ute crowd. i The report of the Silvis delegates was
:Sa!id-n was not as radical in bis , Irving Pupils Lead. received, regarding the trouble at the
u;lk as was expected of him. He ad-j Th- impiU of Irving s.bool were the ,f0(.k j;laIld BUops f0nOwlng the acci
Hiit t-tl that an increase in rates was ! b t savers during the past week, as u,jt report had been circulated
r.rt'd 'd. but said that it need not be as ! is shon n by the (ollections turned that the men. started to work before
!ar;e as that demanded by the head cv: . to the P'ate bank today The fin- t he crane had been taken down, but
olt'n e in order to be adequate He gave tires from the various schools fol'ow: tiie Silvia men stated that this was not
f;s;t'res intended to show that tl.e head A vhii-on ' ? !.::; so The crane was removed before
t trio rs do not count on the fact tha' : Kugt t.e Field 2 's a!lv f the men returned to their nta-
a ,rain rx-rcentage of the member- f'.rant n.t'.f. chines.
sVp lapses each year, in other words. Hawthorne L'v:;!
rebutmishes the right to a 1,( nefit , Horace Mann 17.r.!' All the news ail the time The
without getting back any of the money i Irving :',7.4 I .Argus.
WTien xp saxr S f? 5? rnr rlirnttiV PntstrrTi -vet An tint rttenn tbnt Ittner
! ly checks the symptoms for a time. Some local applications will do that
i by simply cleansing and soothing the irritated muc ous membranes. But
1 all the while the cause which product s Catarrh is left i the system, and
as soon as the local treatment is lc-ftoff, the trouble returns with all its an
i noj'ing S3-mptoms. S. S. S. cures Catarrli by cleansing the blood of all
j impure catarrhal matter and at the same time building up the system by
i its unequaled tonic effects. It goes into the circulation and attacks the
i disease at its root, aud removes every trace of impurity that is causing
the trouble. Under the purifying effects of S. S. K., the inflamed mem
t branes are healed by rich, pure blood which is carried to these parts, the
offensive discharge from the nose ceases and severe headaches and neural
gic pains are no longer felt. In fact every S3tnptom of Catarrh disappears.
the stomach is toned up and the disease is thoroughly cured. Thousands
of chronic cases of Catarrh of the most stubborn character have been com
pletely cured by the use of S. K. S. The inflammation which produces
chronip Catarrh can never be permanently relieved until the cause has been
removed from the blood. This S. S. S. will do, and then nature hastens the
return of perfect health. Book on Catarrh and any medical advice free toall.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, CA.
Jl JL M
With a large new stock of first class merchandise. ' We extend a hearty invitation to the public to visit our store and
be convinced of the truth cf our motto, "Quality the Highest and Prices the Lowest." We quoie our opening specials:
One lot of new dress prints, 6c values, on opening day
only, 10 yards limit to a customer, yard 4V2C
300 yards of the well known Pepperell sheeting, 81 in.
width, regular value 30c, opening day only yard. . 24c
72 inch bleached table linen (warranted all linen)
9 8c value, opening day only, yard ' 7212C
One lot of apron ginghams, 7c values, opening day only,
10 yards limit to a customer, yard 4V2C
One lot of high grade children's fleeced union suits, sil
ver gray, sizes, ages 4 to 16, 69c values, opening day 39q
500 yards 31 inch new patterns of dress percales, 10c
values, opening lay only, yard
One line of ladies' black silk hose, lisle tops, dosble heel
and toe, special for opening day only, pair 25c
One lot of new dress ginghams, absolutely fast colors,
I2V2C values, opening day only, yard' 9V2C
In Our Grocery Dept.
Small navel oranges, per dozen "2c
Fresh eggs, per dozen . . . . 20c
Santa Claus soap, 8 bars for 25c
Granulated sugar, 21 pounds for .' $1.00
Tagarok macaroni, per package 1 5c
Oriole corn flakes, four packages for 25c
Fancy creamery butter, per pound 37V2C
Monarch catsup, the finest, per bottle 9c
Bismarck preserves or olives, per jar 25c
Eagle Condensed Milk, per can 15c
Fresh vegetables of all varieties at the lowest prices. -All
day Saturday and evening we will demonstrate
Iten's Bakery products, Halligan's coffee and Pillsbury's
flour. You are cordially invite i to partake.
1801-1803 Second Ave
Rock Island, 111.