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-THE ARGUS. FRIDAY. 0CX0BER-.G.-1 003.
Will stop any cough that
can be stopped by any
medicine and cure cottons
that cannot be cured by any
It Is always the best
eongh care. You cannot
afford to take chances on
any other kind. 4
KEMP'S BALSAM cores
coughs, colds, ; bronchitis,
grip, asthma and consump
tion In first stages.
By False Promises.
We never offer tricky drives
which, after being figured over,
cost you more than ordinary,
regular prices. Our propositions
are so plain that a child can
solve them. Lock at this for
bargain day prices:
2" lls. best eastern gran
ulated Sugar 51.00
funs new Swret
:' runs now Early Juno
3 quart cans Syrup
:i ikt;s. now Pancake
Fl ur 25c
3 jurs fancy Jam
3 pint hot Ilea new
3 pkgs. new Mince Meat
fr ..." 25c
1 dozen new Holland
'.: cans pink Salmon
'1 cans fancy Red Alaska
1 bar i-oz. Ivory Soap
with order lc
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
701 Ninth Street. Both 'Phones.
Friday, Oct. 6.
"A Irut- study by Alius Mortimer and
dedicated to licr lady frU-uds the world
HVf r. Philadelphia Leader.
The International Favorite,
TO GUIDE HER.
A Play that Appeals to All Sexes.
The mont wt upciidous scenic produc
tion ever jilveii at popular prices.
I'rlren 'jrc. ST.c and 60c.
Sunday, Oct. 8.
The MriklnK tin meter Originality,
A !ee. Muiale Story mt Uarkwnl
The Most Positive and Delightful
Comedy freation or the Present t?ea
soii. A COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTION
rrlera 2 35c and !.
Kr U Ma.
Monday, October 9.
The linat Story of"
The Holy City
Pniniittli-'l uiul PrrAt-ntfd with all th
tiorgeou Wraith of St-rnery and
Kmll.int Splendor. tht i re
quired for a Prfeot Pro
duction. py sr'-iul arraiiRtnunts the prices for
this engrdKemrnt will tve
25c, 50c, 75c and $1.
Special attention given to mail order
:i nd out-of-town patrons. Theatre pnr
tics now forming.
Past Matters Named Vitft VVill
Conduct Work in All-Day
INVITATIONS SENT TO 500
Grand Master Chester E. Allen of
Galesburg Will Come Deputy
Grand Lecturers Expected.
Following the regular communica
tion of Trio lodge, A. F. and A. M., last
evening at Masonic temple, the past
masters who are to have charge of the
work of the evening session next
Thursday field a rehearsal. The past
masters' night will conclude the all
day session of the lodge. The lodge
will confer seven degrees on that day,
the ceremonies beginning at 8:30 In
the mornmg. Dinner, supper, and a
luncheon at 10 o'clock in the evening,
are to be served by the ladies of the
Following are the past masters, the
work to which they have been assigned
for the evening, and the year In which
they held the office of worshipful mas
ter: Worshipful Master. E. B. Kreis
Senior Warden. 11. J. Sears 1895.
1897 and 1898.
Junior Warden. Fred Schroeder
Secretary, P. Greenawalt 1S99.
Treasurer. C. B. Ward Deputy
Senior Deacon. M. S. Heagy 1901
HocK. Island Municipal Laboratory
F. J. Bachman
Dexter & Springer
Island City (Marshall)
Rock River Dairy
f- H. Peters
xM. Bernan (1)
urooks & Cory
F. Van Hotitte
M. lieman (2)
No cream sold.
NOTE. Samples marked M. Bern
Samples marked M. Reman (2) bought by messenger sent by me to get sam
ples in the open market. Dairy marked (x) M. Beman specific gravity of
Rock Island, III., Oct. 2, 1905.
TO ATTEND 0. E. S. SESSIONS
Delegates From Local Chapter Go to
Mrs. E. B. Kreis of this city and Mrs.
Katherlne Carnaghan of Milan depart
tomorrow for Chicago, where they will
represent their local chapters of the
Order of the Eastern Star at the grand
chapter sessions. Oct. 10 to 12. Mrs.
Kreis. who is the worthy matron of
Rock Island chapter, has been honored
with the appointment of grand repre
sentative of the grand chapter of the
state of Texas at the Illinois chapter
Before returning to Rock Island Mrs.
Kreis will spend two weeks visiting in
Chicago. Miss Carnaghan will be ab
sent a week.
COLUMBIA RETURNS TONIGHT
Excursion Boat Goes Into Winter Quar
The excursion steamer Columbia
will reach Rock Island this evening,
and tomorrow will go into winter quar
ters at the Kahlke boat yards here.
The steamer's first season on this part
of the river has been very successful,
and her owners will put her in the ex
cursion business again next season.
The government steamer CoL A.
Mackenzie reached Rock Island last
evening, on her way up the river. She
leaves in the morning for St. Paul.
This will probably be the steamer's
last trip up the river this fall.
Feel lired. no appetite, cannot sleep,
work, or eat? That's tiredness, and
will disappear at once if you take Hoi
lister's Rocky. Mountain Tea this
month. 35 cents, tea or tablets. T. H.
Junior Deacon, George F. Kramer
1887 and 188.
Senior Stewart, Hon.E. E. Parmen-
Junior Stewart, M. M. Briggs 1SS5
and 1886. .
The sessions Oct. 12 are to be the
biggest event of the year in Trio lodge,
and over 500 invitations have been is
sued to masons in the district about
Rock Island. Among those who will be
In attendance will be Chester E. Allen,
of Galesburg. the newly elected grand
master. of Illinois, and Isaac Cotter of
Camp Point, chairman of the state
board of grand examiners. It is ex-!
pected that all of the deputy grand
lecturers of this district will be in at
tendance, as well as the majority of
the masters of the lodges.
Chicago. Oct. 6. Following are the
market Quotations today:
December, 84. 85Vi. 844, 83.
May, 86, 86. 86, 86 .
December. 44. 44. 44. 44i.
May. 43. 43. 43, 43.
December, 28 4. 28. 28 , 28.
May. 30, 30. 30. 30.
October. 14.87. 15.20, 14.87. 15.10.
January. 12.30, 12.42, 12.30. 12.42.
October. 7.12. 7.17. 7.10. 7.17.
December. 6.77. C.S5. 6.77. 6.85.
January', 6.77, 6.85, 6.S0 6.85.
October, 8.50. 8.00. S.55. 8.60.
January. 6.42. 6.47. 6.12, 6.47.
Receipts today Wheat 34. corn 176.
oats 288 hops 15.000, cattle 3,000, sheep
Hog market opened steady. Light
5.05 5.65. mixed and butchers 5.10$I
5.75, good heavy 1.S0Q5.77, rough
Hogs at Omaha l.ooo, cattle 2,0i0.
3.7! 1033i 60 9.00; 12.70? 1 2'
:;.! 1032! 60 S.71: 12.21; 2 IV
3.4J 1032; 60; 8.C9; 12.0H ;! IS
3.7 10311 60 S.50j 12.12 4 20
1033, 60; S.90; 12.00 5 16
4.1 i 1032J ;' 8.S3j 12.9:J' 6 21
3.51 1032! 60! 8.711 12.21 1 7 18
3.8 1030! 60; 8.27: 12.07; s' 23
3.8 1031 60' 8.52, 12.32! 9 18
3.9j 1032j 601 8.79j 12.69 loi 2U
4.0; 1031' 60! S.561 12.36! 11! IS
3.2; 1033j 60; 8.90 12.10; 12; 17
3.8 1 1031j 60 8.52; 12.32! 13;
3.7 1032 60! 8.75 12.45! 14! 19
3.3; 1033' 60' 8.92; 12.12J 15! 16
3.2) 1033j Go; 8.90 12.10J 16 18
3.9, 1032; 60' 8.79! 12.69i 17 20
3.4; 1033; 6l) 8 94 12.34; 18; 18
3.8! 1033! CO! 9.02' 12.82! 19' lli
3.1; 1033 60; 8.90; 12.00J 20! 17
3.4; 1032; CO! S.691 12.09' 21! 16
3.4, 1033j CO; 8.94; 12.3f 22; 22
6.3; 1029; 60 8.61! 14.9lj 23! 23
3.4 1032! CO! x ;fi -9 M i!
3.5; 1032 CO! 8.7i; 12.21! 25;
3.4 1032! CO' s a; 12 on' ?c
3.7; 1032 60 8.75 12.45 27, 19
3.5! 1032! CO 8.71) 12.21 1 28 19
3.1 i 1033! 60! 8.50! 12.12 29 16
an (1) collected by health inspector
G. G. CRAIG. JR.. M. D.
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VJ SJ ' 1ST!
At FEiWE'S, lil SECOND) AVENUE
FIVE DOORS EAST OF "ILLINOIS THEATRE. ROCK ISLAND.
Commencing Saturday, Oct. 7, and Will Continue 20 Days
This Sale Is to Introduce My New Lines:
FINE SHOES FOR LADIES. FINNE'S WOODMAN'S
FINE SHOE FOR MEN.
And some other Fine Shoes specially made for us. As we want the Ladies and Gentle
men of the city of Rock Island to try the wearing quality of these Superior Fine Shoes.
This introductory sale is a saving of 30 to 65 per cent on every pair.
Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Patent Colt,
American kid. velour caif. and box
calf, button Blucher and lace, heavy
and medium rock oak soles, Good
year sewed welt. All the latest
styles. A. B. C. and D widths, sizes
5 to 11. Introductory sale, Q An
per pair, $3.20 and 0rU
Men's $3.50 Gun Metal Calf, box
Hogs at Kansas City 4,ooo, cattle 3,
000. U. S. Yards, 8:0 4a. m. Hog market
st i one to best, others slow. Light 5.05
i3.70f mixed and butchers 5.105.75,
rgood heavy 4.805 5.77, rough heavy
i Cattle market strong. Beeves 3.40.
6.33, cows and heifers 1.25f4.40, stock
ers and feeders 2.203'4.65.
' Hog market closed strong to 5c
higher. Light 5.105.7o. mixed and
butchers 5.10 5.80. good heavy 4.80,
5.80. rough lieavy 4.80 5.05.
Sheep market strong.
Cattle market closed slow.
v a r
calf and velour calf. Heavy Rock
oak sole; Goodyear welt sewed;
Blucher and lace; a shoe that is
made for style and wear; B, C. D.
and E, widths; 5 to 11; Introduc
tory price, 9 ft R
a pair t-iOvl
Men's $2.50 shoes; box calf and
velour calf; Blucher and lace;
heavy oak soles; the style is correct
and are warranted to give satisfac
tion; E and EE; your
choice, per pair
Men's $1.75 and $2.00 Box Calf and
satin calf; lace; heavy sole?, all
Yours For a
Sheep market closed strong.
New York Stocks.
New York, Oct. 6. Sugar 142. Gas
103, C, R. I. & P. 33. Southern Pa
cific 69, B. & O. 113, Atchison pre
ferred S9M:. C. M. & St. P. lSl'z. Cop
per 85-. V. V. Tel. Co. 93, N. Y.
Central 151. L. & N. 154Vi. Reading
common 123V. Canadian Pacific 172,
B. R. T. 71, T. S. Steel common 3S.
U. S. Steel preferred 105. Penna 44Vi.
Missouri Pacific 105Vi. Union Pacific
132. Coal and Iron 87. Erie com
mon 49, Wabash preferred 43, C. &
G. W. 21, Illinois Central 180, Car
Foundry 37, Republic Steel prefer
V , I u e
il r I f
CIA I I
solid leather; E and EE; 6 to 11;
Any you want at
Boys' $1.50 and $1.65 shoes; made
in box calf and satin calf; heavy
soles; all soled and correct shape:
shoes that are built for wear; Buch-
er and lace; E and EE; sizes 13Vs
to 2 and 3 to 5 : 1 Qfl
your choice, per pair liU
60 Pairs Little Gents' $1.40 School
shoes; box calf and vici ki i; lace;
heavy soles that will stand the
wear; all solid leather; sizes 9 to
13: E and EE:
at per pair ,
Ladies' $3.00 Fine Patent Colt and
vici kid: patent tip; Rlucher and
lace; Goodyear sewed welt and
hand turned Rock Oak soles; Cuban
red Republic Steel common 25,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Uock Island. Oct. 0. Following are
the wholesale tpiotatlons in today's
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery, 2122c; dairy,
ISc to 19c.
Lard Sc 10c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 10c
a pound; hens per pound, 78c; ducks
For the Very
in Suits No
Place like the
ty of Them.
and medium heel; the latest style
last; A. B. C. D and E; 2 to 6 and
3 to 8; Introductory sale. t AC
per pair 'iTU
Ladies' $2.50 Fine Shoes; viol kid;
patent tip; Cuban and medium heel:
heavy and light soles; a shoe full
of snap arid style; Blucher and
lace; C. D. E. and EE. 1 jflK
at per pair I.OO
Ladies' $2.00 Fine Shoes; Dongola
kid; patent, tip: medium heavy
soles; E and EE; a shoe with stylu
and service; all solid:
yours ai per pair
Misses' and Children's Dongola Kid;
patent tip; heavy soles; all solid
leather: these shes were made to
s'Il at from $1.35 to $1.C."; your
choice per pair at
per pound 10c; turkeys per pound 12c.
Vegetables Potatoes. 39c 12c.
Eggs Fresh, 19c20e.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 50 52c; oats, 26 2 e.
Forage Timothy hay, $3.00)$ 10.00,
prairie, $S to $9; clover, mixd. $7$S;
Wood Hard, per load,$4.50'Qi$6.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13c14c, alack,
per bushel, 8c9c.
Cattle Steers, $3.00$4.75; cowa
and heifers, $2.00$4.00; calves.$3.00
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $33..r.O.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3.00)
$5.00; lambs, $1.00 $6.50.
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