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FfilDAf THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MARCH 19, 1920.
3 SEG GiiOUP
7X1 BOARD TO
. HIGHWAY BODY
Clang la Root of Bond Issue
Bead Threagh SDvIs Advocated
By Ssperviiers.
. ' It was unanimously sgreed by
the Rock Island county board of
nperrinom after some discussion
, yesterday afternoon, that a change
in tbe route for the J60.000.000
load issue road through Silvia,
fxed by the state, is desirable.
They decided that tbe road should
follow the present roadway rather
. than' to rut across the Silvia estate.
M the commission has mapped it
out.
In order to impress upon the
state authorities tbe necessity for
tbe change, a committee of three or
four board members is to be ap
pointed to go to Springfield and
place the matter before the state
highway commission. . The opin
ion was voiced by several in yes
terday's session that if the com
mission is onto made to see all
sides of the matter the difference
in cost to the county bring the
principal discrepancy tbey will
change the route.
In the report of the road commit
tee, presented as a resolution by
John Lipton. the damages for wid
ening, rounding corners and acre
age over the several miles of this
route within the county, is approx
imated at $21,175.
NHvIn Land Expensive.
Bv far the largest Item In the
seven given to contribute toward I astetter or tne city planning com
thls total was that of the Silvis j mission. Mrs. William McConochie
estate. Here, the report stated. ' f the Woman's club and Miss Mary
the state route has indicated the E. Adkins of the Y. W. C. A. accom
route is to leave the present road i panicd Mayor Harry M. Schriver
route vhere that takes a sweeping I morning to a conference with
... ... , i U 11 Ti.il-m n n nA rwf t Vi A nmnapo
curve, instead it, wm cut uiag-
onally across a field belonging to (
the Silvis property. The owners
want $11,500 for this acreage, sup
porting their claim bv pointing out
that the proposed cift would prac
tically ruin the field for any other
purpose.
The present road Is firmly pack
ed and has been made into a solid
foundation for a new road. In
cutting across the field a great deal
of additional expense would be in
curred as the foundation would be
soft, a great deal of filling would
be necpssary. and much time and
work would be needed before thci;""' '""Vk I T B
new route could be surfaced, ac t Tfeft Mr
coding to the plans. . JfJ nlSZ.
Making the cut does away with
nn v :;in root ot road, tnis ncingi
,i .!.,.,..., ,.,.
the only Advantage ovrr making
curve outside of the elimina
i'm of the turn which would re
sult
tfll'l (Mi; MlilihuiriiuiK wi ujc
roadway. The county highway
superintendent, Wallace Treich
ler. told the. supervisors yesterday
that even taking the 300-fect sav
ing into consideration, going
around the curve with the road
would be much less expensive than
earning it across the field. The
items of original cost, large build
ing expense and length of time for
building, he pointed out. would be
modified.
01 her Ground Free.
The committee reported that the
hfirs of the Silvis estate express
ed themselves as wiling to donate
the ground required around the
bend for widening the road at the
curve, if the route across the field
is eliminated. They also found
others of the land owners who
stated that if the precedent was es
tablished they might lower or re
move their charge for land needed
for widening and rounding the cor
ners
Wallace Trelrhler. county super
intpndent of highways, will be one
of the members of the committee
whic h is shortly to go to Spring
field to lay the matter before the
highway commission.
Installation of an lSx1S-inch cul
vert on (Jio Monmouth road at I.af
lin's corner, was ordered by the
bonnl m answer to another section
of the ioi:d committee's report. An
imertigation cf the site of this im
provement some time ago disclos
ed the fart thnt building of the old
st.'.tc aid road had stopped the
course of a snail waterway, which
sine hna regularly overflowed
mid d;nip?(i land owned by
Thf.nir.s Liiflin.
The cu'cr; .i ill lip of concrete,
and 31 iYrt Ki;rr. U -.vi!k carr;.- off
tne w;;tcr wish :i flows down tne
vU' stream cijr-e.
i;p-e S' nipsilliy.
Supervisor Opden offered a res
olution which was unanimously
nrip:: ysterday afternoon, ex
pressing sympathy with the rela
tives of the late 11. C. Clarke, as
sistant rounty clerk. In the doc
ument appreciation of his faithful
service to the county was express
ed, and a cory of the resolution
was ordered sent to the relatives.
GROUNDED WIRE IS
CAUSE OF BLAZE
The fire department received a
rail at 12:55 o'clock this aftcrnoou
to the Rock Island Transfer com
pany building, 1907 Second avenue,
where a small blaio was extin
guished. The fire started after an electric
wire entering into the building be
come grounded and charged the tin
root on the building. Sparks be
gan to fly and a fire was soon start
ed. However, the firemen extin
guished the blaze with practically
no loss.
ORDER CARNEY TO
BE RETURNED HERE
Springfield, III.. March 19. A
requisition was issued today for the
return to Chicago from Duluth,
Minn, ot Jack Carney, who Is un
der Indictment on the charge ot ad
vocating overthrow of the govern
ment Carney was Indicted with
, other alleged members ot the com
munist labor party who were ar
rested la raids conducted by State's
Attorney Uaclay Hoyne ot Cook
nty.
Personal Points
His Its' Pearee is spending a
fww days in Orion, 111.
If n. Henry Aradt ia In the Moline
city hospital instead of the Luth
eran ' hospital as reported. Her
condition is stated as being very
much Improved.
Mrs. George Dressen of 10281
Sixteenth street, who underwent a
very serious operation ai m-i
thoay'a hospital yesterday, is re-1
ported to nave rallied front me
operation.
N. W. Bennlng, general secretary
of the Y. M. C. A., at Topeka, Kan.,
visitor at the Rock Island!
was
association yesterday. Mr. Ben
nlng was a personal friend of Sec
retary O. J. Stirratt when the lat
ter was in charge of the Y. M. C.
A. at Pittsburgh.
COMMITTEE FOR
BATHING BEACH
HOLDS MEETING
West End Beach Probably Will Be
Prepared Arsenal Site Would
Cost $100,000.
Preparations In all probability
will soon be started for a bathing
beach at the foot of Fourth avenue.
Mayor Harry M. Schriver said this
afternoon. The plan is now in the
hands of a Joint committee from
the city planning commission, the
Woman's club and the Y. W. C. A.
Mrs. E. B. Kreis and Mrs. C. H.
r- "
f strip of land along the west
river front that the committee de
sires to use for a beach.
Mayor Schriver said that Mr.
Denkmann stated that the entire,
strip could be used for a beach free
of charge as long as it is unsold.
However, he pointed out that there
is no telling when the land will be
i sold. He said that it might be free
for use as a beach for 10 years and
then again it might be sold within
a year.
He said that he would rather see
the beach at the west end of the
, ii - . .
r.rham. mv'.rnmr -n-
. ., " , . '? . ., " -"
gineer in the federal building, who
,. ,,;,, .
I a beach at the west end of the ar-
. . ,Un I i i , .
said that it would cost in the neigh
borhood of $100,000 to do it. He
pointed out the necessity of having
eight or ten dredge boats at wor'.
all summer long in order to prc
pare a neaen at tne west end o
the arsenal island.
UNITE JEWS AND
CHRISTIANS FOR
AMERICAN UPLIFT
New York, March 19. A desire
for cooperation by Jews and Chris
tians in "promoting righteousness
in the American people" was ex
pressed at a recent conference here
by representatives . of the central
conference of American rabbis, the
federal council of . churches, and
the home missions council, U w
announced todav.
Campaign plans will be made at
a meeting here todav.
Campaign plans will be made at
a meeting here Monday.
All churches in the United States
except the Catholic, were repre
sented at the conference, it was
said.
STUDENT NOT HELD
FOR CHUM'S DEATH
New Yc-rk, March 19. The homi
cide charge against Andrew Loc
kett, a Columbia university student,
who was arrested last week in con
nection with the death of Milton
St?rnfeliler, a classmate, after their
friendly boxing match, was dismiss
ed today. An autopsy showed death
was caused by a hemorrhage of
the braiu.
CEMENT WORKERS I
GET $1.25 All HOUR!
St. Louis. Mo.. March 19. Union'
cement finishings here will be
given a wage increase of from 90 i
cents to. $1.2o an hour heinninr i
i Anril 1 il na, unnmtnoArl ti.,1.,..
About 300 men will be benefited. !
This is the fourth local building i
craft to he granted wage increases '
this week. i
BRYAN SPEAKER AT !
CON-CON NEXT WEEK !
Springfield. III.. Marrh I9wii.
i liam Jennings Bryan will visit this
city next Wednesday and will ad
dress the Illinois constitutional con
vention and members of a club.
Mr. Bryan's acceptance of invita
tions to speak here was received
today.
1 i
BOARD OF CHAMBER !
WILL MEET TONIGHT i
The board of directors of the
Chamber of Commerce will meet,
at the Rock Island club this even-j
ing. when arrangements will be i
made for the annual meeting and!
election of officers early in April, j
as well as for the special mem-;
bership meeting on March 30, to I
discuss the future of tbe Chamber!
of Commerce.
POSTPONE SLICE CASE. 1
Springfield. 111., March 19 Hear
ing on the motion for a new trial
for Lincoln EL Slick, Peoria grain
dealer, recently convicted of mak
ing fraudulent Income tax returns,
was postponed in federal court here
todaytmtil April L
ASSESS FluES
TO GAUG FROM
HOLE Ifl WALL
proprietor and Few Other Xea
,,. Pav For Wideaieanor:
Woman Out oa Probation.
Amos Mills was fined $200, four
men charged with disorderly con-
duct, arraigned with him, fined $1
and costs apiece, and tbe wife of
one of the men, alleged inmate of !
Mills' place, was put on probation
with a warning from the court, as
a finale to tbe latest raid on the
"Hole-In-The-Wall," notorious res
taurant The raid took place Wed
nesday, the sextet were before the
county court yesterday, and their
trial took place today.
All pleaded guilty to the charges
when they went before Judge Nels
A. Larson shortly before noon this
morning. Mills, who owns and op
erates the place, received the heav
iest fine. No definite information
was given against the four other
men. Their only fault, it appeared,
was that of being in the bouse at
the time the detectives raided the
place.
The court was lenient with the
only woman involved, merely put
ting her upon probation.
Drank Lemon Extract.
State's Attorney Benjamin S.
Bell, for the prosecution, disclosed
the fact in the hearing this morn
ing, that quantities of lemon ex
tract had been procured and con
sumed by members of the "Hole-In-The-Wall"
gang. He mentioned this
as the only specific disorder active
ly perpetrated by the four male de
fendants. It was held by the court that the
purchasing and drinking of lemon
extract held no weight as a crim
inal action.
The restaurant is located in 2202
Third avenue.
SYRACUSE HAS
A THIRD MORE
Washington. March 19. Popula
tion statistics for 1920 announced
today by the census bureau in
cluded: Syracuse. Tf. Y.. 171,647, an tn-
1 O . ,A. A- 1 .
lover 1910
s ed '
Mties in 1910 with 137,249 people.
'fit'tise ui ot.ojo. ur irti.x utr tciit
having increased 26.6 per cent in
the decade. It3 nearest rivals then
were New Haven. Conn., with 133,
605; Birmingham. Ala., with 132.
6S5, and Memphis. Tenn., with 131,
105. The populations of those
cities for 1920 have not yet been
announced.
Other cities on which returns
i were given out today included:
Mason City, Iowa, 20,065, in
crease 8,835 or 78.7 per cent.
Atlantic, Iowa, 5,329, increase of
769. or 16.9 per cent.
Wellington. Kan., 7,048, increase
14, or 0.2 per cent.
BE FIXED AGAIN;
HAS A HEAVY LIST
Southhampton, England, March
19. The steamship Imperator,
which arrived here this morning
from New York, will have to be
again overhauled, although this is
only her second Atlantic trip un
der her new management Her
next sailing has been cancelled.
It is stated the Imperator has
Sugar Antu like lb.
Please don't forget you use other groceries besides Sugar
and I sell a full line of staple and fancy groceries at extremelv
low prices. Compare my prices with any other.
Dark and light brown and pulverized sugar.
I Make a Specialty of
COFFEE SPECIAL
Mov-Vit blend, 1 a a
per lb. 39c, 3 lbs. ..MUU
See this coffee in whole bean
before I grind it for you
Extra fancy San- d 1 jr
tos, 1 lb. 50c, 3 lbs. Ji.4D
Old Government
Java, 60c lb., 3 lbs.
Mocha and Java
blend, 65c lb., 3 lbs.
.75
.80
Java Peaberry, A
55c lb., 3 lbs 31.UU
Gold Medal
Flour. 49 lb. sack
Potatoes,
peck
Pcacthes,' large can
in heavy syrup ..
Apricots, large can
in heavy syrup . .
Pears, large can
in heavy syrup ..
$3.69
95c
35c
35c
34c
TEA SPECIAL
Uncolored Japan
Tea, 1 lb
Gunpowder,
1 lb
American Baker's
Baking Powder . .
69c
79c
50c
1 Broom free with each can
ich can
lie
Hebe Milk, comp.,
tall can
Dundee Milk,
tall can
!
13ic
Coupon with each 3 cans
I cans
25c
sweet corn,
2 cans .............
Early June Peas,
2 cans
Tomatoes.
large can
Choice Pink Salmon,
tall can
27c
19c
25c
Out-of-Town Orders
FARNEY GROCERY AND
SPECIALTY CO.
1928 Third Ave. (Cor. 20th St) Rock Island, HL
Cash and Carry These Prices for Saturday,
Monday and Tuesday -
not yet bee relieved of the list
which was observed on her last
voyage- This list Is said to be dne
to the fact that her ash electors
have failed to work and Instead of
clearing oat the ashes, have taken
in watsr. Tbe list caused some
alarm to those of her 2,000 passen
gers who did not know the reason
for it. -
SETTLE CLAIMS
OF COUNTY ON
F. J. CLEtlDEIIIN
Indebtedness of tl,781.2 Remains
Against Same of Former Coon
tf Treasurer.
Final settlement of the accounts
of F. J. Clendenin, former county
treasurer, has been reached, the
finance committee of the board ot
supervisors of Rock Island county,
announced through its chairman,
O. B. Child, yesterday. There re
mains a liability of $1,781.26 due
the county from Mr. .Clendenin.
S. E. Sims, the accountant, at the
time he made the report of the dis
crepancy Clendenin left behind
when he entered military service
in 1918, told the board that many
of the apparent shortages, amount
ing to several times the present in
debtedness, would probably be
elimiated when Clendenin return
ed. This prediction proved true. It
developed that the shortage was
merely a result of haphazard book
keeping and not through a crim
inal error.
Clears It Up.
Since leaving the army more
than a year ago, Clendenin has
from time to time discovered docu
ments which threw light upon the
situation, and one item after an
other was thus removed. The in
debtedness named remains, but
one item ot that, amounting to
about three hundred dollars, Mr.
Clendenin thinks be will be able
to account for within a short time,
and thus lower his liability.
UN ANGST CHOSEN
CONFERENCE HEAD
Freeport, 111., March 19. The
annual Illinois conference, United
Evangelical church today elected C.
G. Unangst to fill a vacancy among
the presiding elders.
LADY ASTOR FOR
SOCIALISM, BUT
DOUBTS SUCCESS
London, March 19. Lady Nancy
Astor, M. P., made a declaration in
favor of socialism:
"People haven't enough commun
al aniftt v&f r m.l.. ntMVBal
J t w (11 u n o UIU'CIDOI ov
! cialism possible," she added.
ONE SNIPER GOT
378 SCALPS, BUT
HE'S AN INDIAN
Ottawa, Ont, March 19. Cor
noral Francis Peeahmacahnw nnn
of more than four thousand Cana
dian Indians who volunteered for
service with the Canadian expedi
tionary force, is credited with the
"scalps" of 378 Germans in a re
port submitted to the house of com
mons by Arthur Meighen, minister
ot the interior. He was a sniper.
Coffee sold for $23 a pound when
first introduced into England about
the middle of the 17th centurv.
Fresh Roasted Coffee
Sardines, choice
Sardines in oil.
American
25c
3 cans
Bacon, Square Deal
33c
brand, wrapped, 1 lb..
Pure Lard,
1 lb. cartons ,
Quaker's Cornflakes,
2 large pkgs
Raisins, seedless or
seeded, 1 lb. pkg.
28c
25c
29c
Garden
39c
39 c
Sliced Pineapples,
brand, large
can
Dried ApricoU,
1 lb. for
Prunes, nice and
Juicy, 1 lb
25c
Peaches, Blue Ribbon
25c
Qnol.
brand, oka.
Macaroni or Spaghetti, Qual
ity orana, s oz.
pkgs.. 3 Dkes ..
25c
Case 2 dozen ,11.86
LAO DRY SPECIAL
Argo Starch, a
1 lb. pkg 1UC
Kirk's White Naptba, fin
10 bars DSJC
Case 100 ha i-a if, tta
Ivory Soap,
1 bar .........
9c
ir..G,oss...,$i.oo'
Matches. Kaven
Tip, box .......
Rice, full hear!,
2 lbs.
5c
35c
Sweet juicy Oranges,
45c
iMsn
Real Wlnescp Apples
per lb
11c
Promptly Attended To
ELECT LEADERS
TO HEAD DRIVE
FOR AU6USTAI1A
Xala Orgaalxatioa Jfew Complete
for $80,000 Campaiga for ,
College Funis.
Team captains have been chosen
for the Augustana campaign for
$80,000 to begin next Wednesday
evening. The executive committee,
the majors chosen by them, and
seven captains for each major's di
vision assembled at the Bock Is
land club this noon in the interests
of the drive.
When the opening event of the
drive, the campaigners' dinner, is
held in the gymnasium at the col
lege next Wednesday evening, one
of the features will be music by
the Augustana band, it was decided
at tbe luncheon of workers this
noon. "
With every team leader pledged
to give his best to the campaign
and enthusiasm high, all indica
tions point to an unqualified suc
cess, Dr. Gustav Aiidreen said to
day. Every' man asked to serve as
a captain consented to take the po
sition, he said.
The captains with their majors
are as follows:
Major E. C. Fisher:
Captains David A. ' Anderson,
Fred Bender, D. B. Bergquist, W. F.
Hunsgen, Louis Ostrom, George
Perrin, William McLean Stewart
Alternate Eugeft Toungert.
Major P. J. Ohlweiler:
Captains C. Bergendoff, Sar
Burgees, O. L. Cervin, C. A. Gal
lagher, C. Elmer Hallgren, John
Huntoon, W. J. Krull.
Major Ed H. Dunavin: ,
Captains Ben Mitchem, B. C.
Mueller, D. Paul, A. J. Riess, O. J.
Stirratt, Art Swedberg, C. R. Wil
son. OLD MILWAUKEE
FREIGHT DEPOT
REOPENED SOON
Mayor Told Company Has - Been
Considering Opening Seven
tnth Street Station.
The C, M. & St P. railroad com
pany is contemplating the reopen
ing of its Seventeenth street freight
and passenger depot within the
near future. Mayor Harry M.
Schriver was informed in a letter
1 received today from A. Mallum,
! general freight and passenger
! agent for the company in Daven
port.
A letter was addressed to Mr.
Mallum by the mayor Wednesday,
relative to the reopening of the
freight depot The action was
taken after a number of wholesale
establishments had complained to
the mayor that all shipments over
the C M. & St P. ha to be hauled
to Davenport to load. They asked
that some action be taken in the
matter.
Matter Up in Chicago.
Mr. Mallum has informed Mayor
Schriver that he has referred the
Entertainment
Will Be Jollier
If you own a Pathe Phonograph you and your guests
will derive greater enjoyment from music. For the tone
of the Pathe Phonograph is vividly real And every
kind of music, vocal or instrumental, classical or popular, .
pulsates with life when played by this superb phonograph
on Pathe Records. If you want reality, you will choose
W EH
VOCAL
I'm Just Simply Full of
Jazz Noble Slssle
Ain't Tou Comin Back,
Mary Ann, to Mary
land Noble Sissle
I'll Always Be Waiting
for You
Campbell & Burr
We Must Have a Song
to Remember
Invincible Four
Dreamland B rings
Mem'ries of Tou ....
James & Hart
When You're Alone ...
Acme Quartet
DANCE RECORDS
I Left My Door Open
and My Daddy
Walked Out
. . . Sax o-Piano Phiends
You'd Be Surprised ....
.. Tuxedo Syncopators
Bow-Bow Wads
worth Saxophone Band
Bo-La-Bo
.....Jos. Samuels Orch.
HAWAIIAN
Just Like a Rose (vocal
refrain Robert Bruce)
Hawaiian Orch.
Rainbow .Hawaiian Orch.
Mighty Lak a Rose
violin, flute and barp
The Longo Trio
Somewhere a Voice is
Calling violin. Huts
and harp
The Longo Trio
A. L. Bruner's
MUSIC SHOP
1803 Third Ave Rock Island :
mayor's letter to Chicago officials
of the' company. ' -: -v " v.- "
iiiv h Minonnead that a re-
! opening of the Seventeenth street
station couM oe expeciea sot
h nlit in comnanv has had the
matter under advisement for soma
time.
GIVE ROAD HALF
CLAIM FOR USE BY
THE GOVERNMENT
; Washington, March 19. Annual
compensation of 14,460,000 for the
Chicago A Eastern Illinois railroad
for tha nerind of Kovernment con
trol was recommended to President
Wilson by a board of referees ap
pointed by the interstate commerce
commission. The railroad claimed
J9.943448 aa Just compensation.
COLORADO TIED UP
BY A WINDSTORM
. Denver, Colo., March 19. Three
persona were killed and property
damaged thousands of dollars by a
wind storm of a sustained velocity
An milM an hnnp In nnrChMflt.
ern Colorado yesterday. Dearer
is practically cut oS from other
points, particularly on the north,
the west, and the south. Communi
cation with the east is less inter
rupted, though far below, normal.
DEBATE ON WAYS
TO HANDLE REDS
New Haven," Conn.', March 19.
Tale, Harvard and Princeton will
have their annual intercollegiate
triangular debate on the question
"Resolved, That Congress Should
Adopt All Measures Necessary to
Suppress Propaganda Having for
Its Purpose the Overthrow of the
Government"
Tale's negative team meets Har
vard here and its affirmative team
meets Princeton at Princeton.
FOREIGN MONEY IS
LOOKING UP AGAIN
New York, March 19. Foreign
I exchange rates were substantially
higher at the opening ot the stock
market today. - Demand sterling
was quoted at 93.794, or 5 cents
above yesterday's close; .franc
checks at 13.60 for the dollar, up 4
centimes; lire checks at 18.62, up
2 centimes; Belgian cables at
13.05, up five centimes, German
marks at 1.30 cents each, the Cana
dian dollar at 88.95 cents.
INDICT NEW YORK
POLICE HEAD FOR
NEGLECTING DUTY
New York, March 19. Third
Deputy Police Commissioner Porter
was indicted today by the grand
jury which has been investigating
police methods in connection" with
the suppression of vice. He is
charged with neglect of duty. - A
bench warrant was issued for his
arrest and he was notified to sur
render. GLEE CLUB GOING
ON PANAMA TOUR
Chicago, March 19. Seventeen
members of the Northwestern uni
versity glee club will sail fro.j
New York for a 10 days' concert
tour ot the Panama canal cone, it
was announced today. Tbey will
leave here for New York tomorrow
night The tour will be conducted
by the government.
COSTS NO MOCr
JTHAN THE ORDINARY
ONOGRAPH
FARMERS KICK
Oil QUESTIONS
Kl THEIR IK
Washington, March 19. T. C. At
keson, Washington representative
of the National Grange, in a State
ment today said he disapproved ot
the questionnaire for presidential
candidates prepared by the national
board of farm organisations, and
disclaimed "any responsibility for
myself or my organisation."
He also said he bad received a
telegram from W. P. Drummond of
Freeh Spare 9li
Ribs
Fresh Keck
Bones .C
Pork 30c
Chops .UVW
Pork . Oft
Butts ....:......-
Pork -OCjr
Steak M.
Picnic OA.
Hams ....... ..i..-VC
Fable Fish Steak, f
just like Halibut .....luC
Round OQM
Steak ...OC
2 cans Dundee . . OC.
Milk
. Red Beans, ' A-
per can ,....7C
6 rolls Toilet OKf
Paper COIZ
Pork Cr
Uw
............lOc
Skinned Hams, OQ
whole or half OC
Large can OA
Tomatoes
Margarine UU.
Fresh eggs
per dosen
Red Rose
potatoes, per peck
..... U
79c
Flour, Maud S gQ AQ
49 lb sack ....... DOtU
Flour, Ceresota or " Gold
Medal, CO
S lb sack ...... H.tit7
Pancake flour, . 1
Aunt Jemima AxC
Pancake flour, Aunt Jemima,
,4orlb8.: 44C
Virginia Sweet and Roxane
and all other 1 01
brands 14zl
Cornmeal, bulk, white and
yollow. CQ.
10 lbs for tv
Oatmeal,
SS ounce pkg
12 he
..14c
Puffed
wheat
Macaroni, spaghetti
or noodles
Navy beans,
10 lbs
7ic
89c
Lima beans, IfiXn
extra fancy lUZt
Rice, fancy head . tZ.f
S lbs for WUV
Canned corn or
1 tomatoes
No. 3
tomatoes .
17 ic
Large can K. C. peaches or
1XL OO
apricots ... tKl
Pork and beans AR
I for DC
Red .
beans
9c
Preserves. I XL. pure
24c
25c
40c
sugar, 14 as ,
Apple butter,
30c jar ..,
Catsup, 10 os bottle
20c size, S for
DBIED FRUIT
Prunes, fresh, nice
sise
t lbs
tor
Raisins,
bulk, seeded
ApricoU.
dried, faaey .....
19c
90c
26c
39c
Saertal prices en Tea and
lfes f all kinds. .
STBUF
Kansas City, chairman oftw
of governors of the laieJ?
ia
O ALESBURQ
r&OU SHELBYVTT j
BY 25 TO 23
uroana. ul, March ljr,,
burg defeated Shelhwtiu J
school by the score of 25 h ir
the oneninc camei (hi. S
the second day's play B olif
high school basketball tonnnS:
at the University of nilaouTaJ
ion defeated Decatur by u
of 23 to 17. -
Rocktord defeated Centratlakw
by the score of 45 to 41.
YOUR MONEY BUYS MORE
IN A BUEHLER STORE
THAN ELSEWHERE.
THAT IS WHY THE CROWDS ARE
EVER PRESENT.
SATURDAY
SPECIALS
Fresh Pigs Feet a
Feet , OC
Pork Loin or
Roast faDC
Pork Shoulder, 1
whole or half Lit
Pork Shoulder 1ft
Roast 13C
Regular Bacon, OO
whole or half side ....wOC
Sheer Chuck on
Steak 4.UC
Sirloin OO
Steak LOt
Chuck OA
Roast UC
S pkgs. OA
Macaroni fcUC
4 cans ir
Cleanser Wt
2 cans Tomato 1Q
Soups 1C
Sliced Beef IA.
Liver lUC
Brick Cheese, OA
whole or half OUC
2 cans Pork OP-
and Beans "3
Beef Rib- 10.
Roast IOC
Pot 17c
Roast t
Buehler Bros.
Money-Saving Busy Store
1628 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Cut the high cost of living and pay attention to
our prices
S. FELDBEIN
Successor to F. R. Kuschmonn
2207 4th A v. Rock Island
Pure cane sugar, 17 1-2 cents per lb; also plenty
of powdered and brown sugar at reasonable
prices
iO I Armour's
evaporated
milk.
S tall
cans for ....
Carnation, Libb.v or
Pet. 3 for
40c
lie
6c
Tall
Hebe ... ... ......
Small
Hebe
69c per dozen
Blue Karo or Hubin- OQa
ger, No. 10 pail wv
Red Karo or Hubin- OQ
. v in nil Oww
Salmon, tall. Zle,
or 6 for
Tall Alaska
red salmon ....
Pine Burr,
1-2 size
1 lb
site
Matehea.
6 boxes ... .
Toilet paper,
8 rolls tor ....
Good
heavy broom ...
31.00
33c
25c
39c
29c
25c
59c
L4UKDR? SPECIALS
P. ft G. or Pels Naptha w
10 bars 7Xf
for
Crystal White,
Flyer, White
Linen, 10 bars
Santa Claus,
10 bars
Lenox soap
1 A k.M
Bob
65c
59c
45c
Other yellow soap 4Q(
111 K., , Vv
Toilet soap.
10c
Palmolive. Creme Oil gC
w iui e
Per
95c
Assorted toilet soap O5C
10c slse, 4 for fL
Crtsco.
per lb ..
Lard,
pure leaf
25c
We, also have special PfJ
en mentioned
Thee prions aw h"
cash aad carry plan.
For Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. Don't to
get the number, aaoj 4th Ave.
Opposite 8t Mary's Chirrs.
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