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;THE.. .ROPK ISLAND ARGUS
AFRibAY. NOVEMBER 0. 1908.
- : Knlr tonight and Saturduj-f oUghtl?
rooler tonight. '
J. M. SHEKICK, Local Furecaattr.
: Tcinitrrittose at 7 n, ui., -it; at 3 -p. in..
30. Maxlointn truiprrature In lunt Si
' kuura, 47 f mlulinuui, 3. . Trj-vlpitatlon In
34 bourn, noar. elm-It y of wind at 7
n. in., S inllnt per buur.
: --, . . . -v. ... ... - . - .
Height Change Ralu
of since in
river last 24
feet report, hours
St. Paul 3,8. .00 .00
lied Wing 1.7 .01 .00
Reed's Landing., l.fi .00 .00
La Crosse 2.7 .00 .00
Prairie du Chicn. 3.0 .01 .00
Dubuque 2.8 .01 .00
Le Claire 1.1 .00- ,00
Davenport 2.4 .00 .00
....Nearly stationary stages will prevail
In the Mississippi river from below
Dubuque to Muscatine.
J. M. CHERIER, Local Forecaster.
faov. 6 In History.
18G0 Abraham Lincoln elected presi
dent. 1900 Presidential election.. McKinloy.
received '2V-2 votes in the electoral
college . nnd 7,t! ;.-( ballots at the
poll-. Bryan received 1-V electoral
. votes and. j,41".,SS7 ballots.
1907 Don Jiieso ltarros Araua. emi
nent Chilean historian and edu
cator, known as South Americas
V "urn nil old man." died at Santiago.
Chile; horn lS-".0.
' Sun sets 4:7. ries fl:4:' moon sets
3;29 a. rn: moon's nge 13 days: planet
Mercury seen low in east before sun
rise. CITY CHAT.
Kerler & Co. weave rugs. .
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
New Idea patterns at the Mill Store.
Sealshipt oysters at Battles & Co. '
New Milan buckwheat at Battles &
York state apple cider at Battles
Red Cross shoes for ladies at the
Godfrey's laundry gives green trad
Kushion kornfoit shoes for men at
the Mill Store. "
All kinds of pork cuts cheap at II.
Tremann's Sons. r
Oil cloth, coal hods, stove pipe, etc.,
at the Mill Store.
Stsel stove pipe elbows 7 cents Sav ;
unlay at McCabe's.
Men's' suits mnde to order $15 and"
up at the Mill Store. :
Slightly imperfect table oii cloth at
half Saturday at McCabe's. 1
Dressed spring ducks, spring and .
old chickens at H. Tremann's Sons.
Let Krell & Johnston do your tic
.and furnace work, 1316 Third avenue
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 1526-1528 Fourth aye
George's codfish', Iceland halibut,
uhors mackerel, anchovies and a full
The breech that exists between the extreme fads of
the college man a
merits of the man of matiirer years arid tastes are
adequately represented at "The Yellow Front."
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; It takestlie largest clothing stock in this-section of the
country to do it, no more and no less than we show here.
It takes more than that it takes a judicious selection; from
the three greatest clothing lines made. v
Yorkshire Clothes '
Hart, Schaff ner & Marx Clothes
We show all the accepted styles and fancy novelties at
$15, $18. $20. $23 aiicl upwards.
One of the latest fads, which is here of course, commends
itself from the fact that U is not only a departure but a most
practical one. It is the new R.. & W. Vesttwo. A smart
fashion vest that is reversible showing a different pattern on
each side. Two vests in one at the cost of one. We show
them now in a variety of fine patterns at $5 to $6
Sweater Vests for Everybody
This week w6 are featuring the grandest line of sweater
vests ever brouglit into the tri-cities. There are styles and
sizes for men, women and children. Everything that is
new, good and desirable in this article that all will want and
need now. Special values that .mean gr.eat savings.
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sty Wyj Never
line of Milwaukee sausages at Battles
& Co. -
Nicely dressed chickens at Cole
man's market, 151'J Second avenue, to
"Women's line seamless 19-ceit black
stockings 10 cents a pair Saturday at
Sitloin, porterhouse and round steak
ocl 12 cents per pound at Maucker's
cent on the cost of groceries and fresh
meat by trading at Maucker's cash
R3k Island Fuel company has a
largo supply of extra good Sash and
Door shop wood.
Get yous hunting licenses ' from
Frank F. Fiebig, 1619 Third avenue.
Open Saturday evenings.
Get your hunting licenses from
Frank F. Fiebig, 1G19 Third avenue.
Those delicious 40 cent and .V cent Op?n Saturday evenings
chocolates SO cents a pouud Saturday
Uock Island Fuel company has a
largo supply of extra good Sash and
Door shop wood.
Thrifty people should watch the
markets, and by so doing save 2D per
Grab the bed blanket bargains at CO
cents on the dollar and get doubl
stamps all day at McCabe's.
Pork tenderloins, leaf lard, spare
rib:;, neck bones, trimmings, heart?.
and livers at H. Tremann's Sons.
It's the judgment of many smokers
Box sale men's. & women's hosiery
Six pairs in a box at unusual savings
TO .what remain of the hundred dozen lot Men's Hose which
were placed on sale Thursday morning, we have added a
hundred dozen Women's Hose. These two great lots at the un
commonly, low prices now marked constitute the best hosiery
bargain of the season, and we anticipate a large sale. Every pair
" is perfect in quality, and the variety of patterns' offered in fancy
host', both men's aud women's, is ail that cDuld bo desired. We
advite makintr an earJy selection. " . ' ;
Women's lace hose iu, all-over and lace
boot patterns. Sell regularly
at 50c pair, now C prs ...
Women's black . hose . embroidered
.colors, all foreign make, -"regularly
DCe'pr, now C prs
Women's black hose of fine selected yarn. Mad with d'u.blc toes," lieels
and soles. Splendid hose." One sale G pairs hi lxtx '. . X
Men's guaranted hose, six paif
need uo darning in 0 months
six pairs in box, $2 values .
Men's hose In fancy patterns; C pair
assorted patterns in box, - '. -r tf
rcg. 50 a pair, on sale, box . .tt3 V
t - Epiinoni.T C'rntcr. main alalr." "I
that Lewis Single Binder 5 cent cigar
equals in quality the best 10 cent cigar.
Nineteen pounds granulated sugar
PoLatoes 71) cents per hrishel and on
ions CO gents per bushel at Maucker's
For piano tuning, see A. L Bruner,
official tuner at Augustana conserva
tory. All work guaranteed; 425 Nine
teenth street; new phone 5291.
Woodman's choice flour (nothius
better) only $1.15 per sack. Rye flour
50 cents and corn meal 20 cents per
;aclc at Maucker's cash store.
ion remember, don t you, that you
get double stamps all day Saturday
and evening at McCabe's on those big
bargains in bed blankets and on all
the Educator shoes? .
C. F. Blade l's general store, 1101
Twelfth street," will be open for bHsi
ness Saturday, morning at 7 o'clock.
He will carry a full line of staple an-i
fancy groceries,- notions, hardware,
granite and tinwrrc. . ' ..-
catsup, three bottles for 25 ceuts;
olives, quart jars, 25 cents;, one pound
can "White Horse" asparagus,;3 cents
per can. We give S & H trading
stamps. . Horblit's department store,
1C28 Second avenue.
Horblit's . department store. 162S
Second avenue, received a large ship
ment of hosiery which will be placed
on ; sale Saturday. Ladies' extra . fine
eomb Egyptian hose in. black and tans,
usually sold, at 25 cents, our price 15
cents. Girls' - and. boys -."Rawhide
stockings in best sizes, from 7 to 10.
As an inducement we offer them Sat
urday at 15' cents per pair- See our
window, 1G28 Second avenue.
a 4ooo OrOooodoobockto
AT MODERN TEA COMPANY
Special for, Saturday Evening.
, Eleven pounds of granulated sugar
for Z0-cents, with every" purchase of
25 ceuts or over. .
-MODERN TEA pOMPANY,
i . 4025 Third avenue.
Breathe Hyomei and Kill the Loath-
seme Catarrh Germs.
Just as long as you have catarrh
your nose will Itch, your breath will
be foul,- you will hawk and spit, and
you will do other disgusting things be
cause you can't help yourself. . The
erms of catarrh have got you In their
power; tney are continually and per
sistently digging into and Irritating the
mucous membrane of your nose and
throat. They arc now making your
life miserable;, in. time they will sap
your entire system Of Its energy, its
strength. Its vigor and vitality.
If you do not kill the loathsome
germs of catarrh, their desperate as
saults will in time undermine yourrea
sou, rob your brain of its brilliancy
and activity, and leave you not only a
physical, but a mental wreck.
This picture is not overdrawn; the
writer has seen thousands of just such
cases. He has personally experienced
the demoralizing results that come
from the ravishing attacks of nhe hor
rible catarrh germs, the greatest pesH
of civilized nations.
But there is one remedy that will
kill the germs and cure catarrh, and
that is Hyomei, the Australian dry air
treatment. There may be other reme
dies, but they are not guaranteed as
H. O. Rolfs, the druggist, will guaran
tee Hyomei to cure catarrh, or money
back. Don't delay this pleasant anti
septic treatment. Every day you 'allow
these germs to exist in, your Bysteni
brings yoir -nearer to complete demor
alization. H- O. Rolfs will sell you a
complete Hyomei outfit for'pnly$l. Ask
him about it. it is also guaranteed to
cure bronchitis, asthma, coughs, colds
and hay fever. ,
WIRE ORDERED FOR THE LINE
Rock Island Southern Will Ss Equip
ped Rapidly as Possible.
Orders have been placed by the
Rock Island Southern management for
70 miles of 0000 copper wire, 110 miles
of No. 2 copper wire aud 110 miles of
No. 10 copper wire. This will be used
in equipping the - interurban between
this city and Moamouth now in course
of construction -ind will bo delivered
as soon as the section of road between
Monmouth Junction, near Preemptloi,
aud Edwards river is finished
All the news ell the time The Argus.
National Com Exposition
December 9 to 19, 1908
Overtwo and one-half miles of corn, the ears placed side
by side, will be included in the exhibits of the- National
Everything in connection with corn, from better methods
of growing it to marketing it, and using it in a greater
number of corn products -will be shown at this Exposition.
Low rates for the round trip will be offered by the
Milwaukee Si Paul
Three city blocks will , be occupied by the Exposition, and
a splendid - list of attractions has been arranged. The spe
cial days are as follows:': J:',!
Notice to Public. .
, N. G. Griffiths, has this day. been ap.
pointed, local manager to succeed I
W. Bassett resigned.' We kindly thank
our patrons for past favors and assure
them that their? interest will be served
in - the future : same as in the, past,
promptly and to the best of our abil
ity. .... .r. .1. . .
PENN'Otri & SUPPLY CO.: LTD..
- - Oil City, Ta. ?
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Oysters and Clams on half
shell. Fine Clam Chow
der and assorted cold lunch.
G. BERTRAM, PROP
Wednesday, Dec. 9 Governor's
".-day.. V ' -.
, Thursday, Dec. 10 School day.
Friday,.', Dec. 11 College . and
High School day. ;-
Saturday, Dec. 12 Live Stock
: Interests' day. "
Sunday, Dec. 13 (Afternoon and
Evening) Lecture and Sacred
; ' Conoert.
Monday, Dec' 14 Council
and South Onfaha day. '
Tuesday, Dec. 15 Grain Dealers'
and Railroads' day. . .
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, Dec 15, 16 and 17 Imple
ment Dealers' day.' .
Friday, Dec 18 Country Life
Commission and the Press..
' Saturday, Dec 19 -r- Ak-Sar-Ben
day. , , " .
Additional information from any ticket agent of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee &St. Paul Railway, or from '
F- A. MILLER
General Passenger Agent,
'-V: CHICAGO. - ,
P. l HINRiCHS
. Commercial "Agent,"