DON'T KNOW WHAT HE WANTS Had to give him up, is the way they re'fer in most Furaitnre Stores, to a man or lady who walks out without buying. They are wrong; they know what they want- that's the trouble. People who are hard to please in Furniture Stores are generally good ■ judges of Furniture. They have a gift of spotting bad goods, bad styles and poor work; they know how Furniture should be made. We complain of such people. WJiy should we? They are our best and most appreciative customers. W. G. & E. pieterle, Nos. 2 and 4 E. Liberty St.