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THE ROCK ISLAND AB GUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. .1013.
Young & McCombs The Big Quality Store Young & McCombs The Big Quality Store Young & McCombs The Big Quality Store Young & McCombs Millinery Fa Millinery OPE Ope Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday September Sixteenth, Seventeenth & Eighteenth f'ivf same distinct 0 her rood tast i 0 i - c Revealing an exceptional collection of exquisite Millinery, embracing the most wanted new Eastern modes and superior creations of our own designers. This is Opening Week When Flowers and and Palms Wave Welcome! The French hats this year are wearable next, they are to harmonize with milady s gown next, they are rich in plumes and built-up feather ef fects: also in flowers and, quite unusual for au tumn, fruits are used the Frenchman who hung .me lemons on a hat said "Madame's sweet self will i'.M-t the lemon" so, we'll let the lemon-ade us. The colors are dark, but not sombre: fur is used on ightest excuse and is colored to harmonize with the it for nobody ever saw a purple fox. And Young & McCombs' millinery is unquestionably vogue in the Tri-Cities. 'That-becomes more unani islv true each season, .'h'y? : design hats for our individual customers with the ve touch that makes the wearer properly feel that evolved it. Hat shapes and hat trimmings arc personally selected by an exclusive buyer, making it possible for a woman to reproduce any hat we show from the untrimmmcd sections' stocks if her iV'ngers are deft. If you can't make your hat or haven't time, tell us, and one of our milliners will form your ideas into a dainty hat reality. Please come and accept of our best hosp italitics. Welcome! Now For a Great September Sale of Housefurnishings McCombs in Rock Island u w E I1AYF. just received the Fall consignment of House Furnishings, purchased in Xew York rr- Litv at at a manufacturers' forced sale these goods arc of the verv highest grades obtainable anv price not a io! lot or interior seconds ana poorlv-maae. easilv worn out articles, u c jrive here only a few samples showing the extraordinary values. Expect to find these prices duplicaed throughout the great Basement Housefurnishings Department on Monday. (iurn-cv C ooking Sets in the following pieces: 1 Covered Casserole: 1 open Baking l:sh; 1 open Pudding Dish; 1 cook book; 6 individual Pudding Pishes, qq Regular price 11. 50. Special O y C Cray Knamcl Preserving Kettles, Ji size. Special . . . ZdC Curtain Stretchers, with stationary pins. Our special grade at Mrs. Vroonian's Sink Strainers in blue enamel; 13c value special 9c. Royal Rochester Chafing Dishes in full cooper, nickel plated with Ebony finished T $4.49 Royal Rochester Serving Dishes, in fine copper, nickel plated and footed with Gurnsey JT i Q lining at 4j))TrO . SEPTEMBER BRIDES $295 is all that it will cost yon to furnish a REAL Home with Lifetime Furniture if you come to Yonng & McCombs this week$35 cash is all you need. N Tri-Citis' Great Superior Furniture store offers you the most ideal opportunity to furnish a home. We do not appeal to yon with a ridiculously low priced outfit, such as ' $85 for two rooms," "Jlla for three rooms," "175 for four rooms,' because it can"t be done satisfactorily. We have made up a list of furniture for a Complete Home or Four Rooms that totals $450 at usual prices and offer it with a guarantee of quality of life-time service at a distinct saving of $ 1 5 !. Select these pieces from our Superior Furniture stock pay $35 cash and balance by the week or mouth. Wash Hoards, rubbing surface made of zic, special 29c Schram Self-Sealing Fruit Jars, quart size, 4 Vsc; half gallon 5'2c. Large Folding Ironing w" yJi Boards, regular $1.50$ - Q SvC grade .special 0 i Galvanized Buckets, 10-quart - - w j size, each IOC ffj LIVING ROOM OWEN DAVENO Golden Oak. TURKISH ROCKER Genuine Leather. LIBRARY TABLE Large, Genuine Golden Oak. ARM CHAIR AND ROCKER To match Davsno. RUG High class Axminster. DINING ROOM BUFFET 60-inch Golden Oak, colonial design. EXTENSION TABLE 54-Inch, to match. CHAIRS Six Colonial Slip-seat, genuine leaner. RUG One 9x12 Body Brussels. Note that no other advertised outfit describes each a about this list. You know exactly what to ask for when BEDROOM BRASS BED A beautiful massive design, with 2-inch continuous posts, bright or satin or combination finish. SPRING Guaranteed, all Iron frame. DRESSER Large handsome piece, mahogany, quar tered oak. Circassion walnut or birdseye maple. RUG Room Size Bedroom Rug. KITCHEN KITCHEN CHAIRS Three, KITCHEN TABLE. LINOLEUM. nd every piece Included. selecting your outfit. There is nothing evasive Royal Rochester Percola tors in full copper, (g QQ nickel plated, at Royal Rochester Crumb ffo Or and Brush Trays yLLd Star Oiled Maps, same styles as the O-Cedar 00 Good quality House Brooms, 19c each. You Save Time and Money by Coming Direct to Our New Superior Furniture Store for Dining Room Furniture The New Fall Stocks, Just placed, present a panorama of the products of the best makers In America, and because of the policy that has made this house famous, are marked at prices that the store of limited busl. ness of stores under heavy expense cannot come near meeting. Here is an invitation with a Money Value A Specially Priced Massive Dining Set as an Opening Offer On Sale at Young & McCombs until Thursday evening at S'30 Tri-Cities' Leading Quality Department Store YOUNG & Mcf OMBS null isidliu Co-Operativc Store Co. Great September China Sale Al I This Month. Complete Dining Set A $165 Value i oo 60-inch Buffet. A Burrows Roller-Guide Buffet with ail the latest features i 54-Inch Plank Top Extension Table with Octagon pillar and platform base Six Genuine Leather Slip Seat Chairs, Colonial pattr nto match Every ounce of this set is of first grade material. Note the size of the Buffet and Table also. All selected Quarter-Sawed Oak. Choice of Golden Oak Fumed Oak n hi GRAND JURY HAS BEEN NAMED BY COUNTY BOARD Supervisors Adjourn After Pass ing on Large Number of Claims. ALLOW BILL OF BROOKS Refute to Follow Suit In Case of George Siemoiv Msyor H. M. Schriver Granted Sum. The September meeting of the Hoard of Supervisors came to a cloe jitterilaj afternoon. A number of im portant matters were taken up includ ing the selection of a grand jury for the January term of circuit court. OK I Ml Jt HV. The resolution which mas offered by Supervisor Fred Grafiund, Moline, con- 'cercing the grand jury follows: ! Be It Resolved. That in pursuance of the law, the board of supervisors of . Rock Island county and state of Illi- i nois in regular session assembled on the 12th day of September A. D., 1913 being at least twenty days before lh sitting of such court, hereby se!ect the following named 23 persons of the re quired qualifications to serve as grand jurors at the January A. D. !?l4 term I of the circuit court In and for the j county and state aforesaid, and the ' clerk is hereby directed within five days hereafter to certify to the clerk of said court the names of said per sons hereby selected, to-wit: Cordova C. E. Pettit. Co Edgar 'Valtbers. Canoe Creek V. X. PearsalL Zuma B. B. Osborn. j Fort Byron 3. W. Martin, Hampton William Seuss. South Moline William M. Ferry. Moline B. T. Washburn, A. C. Van der Vennet, A! Strathman. Rock Island Frank Meenan, W. C. Peck, Thomas Carney, Albert V. Sug- den. South Rock Island W. E. Bailey. Black Hawk Edward Speigel. Coal Valley James Callahan. Rural Peter H. Simmon. Bowling Frank McConnell. Edgington Thomas M. Doonan. Andalusia Ben Nit. Buffalo Prairie Otis E. Kimball. Drury Oakley McGinnis. Bll.l.S t'AlE UKBATfci The bill of J. R. Brooks for S2.5A for services as deputy sheriff caused considerable discussion. G. w. Mc Caskrin appeared before the board and urged payment. It was stated that the deputy became ill and that while he was indisposed the sheriff wro-e him a letter dismissing him and the claim is for salary alleged to be due. On an aye and nay rote, the matter carried IS to 16. George Siemon's bill did not fare so well. This was for something like 47 which the former chief deputy claimed was due him He likewise. was di missed by the sheriff in the middle of the month. On an aye and nay ballot, the supervisors refused so to do, the ballot standing 25 to 7 against pay ment. Supervisor Murphy being excus ed from voting. J. F. Rose presented a bill for $156 and a motion was made by Supervisor S. R. Wright that the claim be not al lowed. A substitute motion by Super visor Sleight, Moline," that the claim be investigated and a report given at the next meeting, prevailed. Mayor H. R. Schriver was allowed 150 for court fees in his recall case and the coun ty clerk was granted 165 a month for clerk hire. On motion of Supervisor Wads worth, $459 was voted for a boiler and $440 for flour at the county infirmary. A resolution offered by Supervisor Tambur was passed providing that the coroner when there is an estate, file bills in probate court for fees includ ing post mortems against said es-l tales. Needed repairs in the women's de-j partment of the county jail were ord-1 ered, at a cost not to exceed $50. The j i resolution which was offered by the; fees and salary committee on Thurs day relative to tills not being allowed for prisoners sent to the county jail for petty offenses from the city bastile was adopted. The board then finally adjourned. COUNT IS BOUND OVER AS SLAVER Autumn Stonebraker, a 15-year-old g'rl of Crawfordsviite, Ind., yesterday afternoon gave testimony before Unit ed Sta'es Commissioner Bush-at Dav- eniwrt which resulted in Count Edwin j J. Brunevik De Cromna. said to be an Auetxian noble, being bound over to 'he federal grand jury in bonds of $5. fyf on (barges of white slavery. He is charged with inducing the girl to lae indiana with him and go to Cn'eago. There his funds nave out, and learning that the f'df-ral an hori-ti-8 were after h!m, he succeeded in having a l,M?hfran pastor. J. Batim-i cid gartetier. marry thetn. Then began h tour of several western utatea . in freight cars and. tramping over tha country roads. When the handcuffs were placed on him and 'he count was led to jail h swore ne would defeat the law by smV We Loan Money $5.00 AND UPWARD. We accept for security your Piano or Furniture, but it remains in your possession. Nobody knows but you and us. FIDELITY LOAN CO. b" L4 403 Best Bldg. Phone R. I. 514 ROCK ISLAND t p, F3 xhtiinttD ! I If II 1 1 If I H m m r m