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s . . THE KOCK ISLAND -ARGUS. FRIDAY. " JUJTE 17, 1910- i
The Store That
Impressive Service Held at-the
First Swedish Lutheran
CONFERENCE HEAD HERE
Fortieth Anniversary to Be Observed
Next Sunday at Morning and
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Co-Operalive Store Co.
6 in. wide moire ribbon,
all silk, all latest shades,
extra heavy quality,
per yard 25c
Leather Hand Bags
Gold mounted, gold seal
hand bags, newest moire
linings in gray and lav-
endar extra value $1,49
27 inch all silk rajah,
old rose, light blue, etc.,
per yard 59c
4 5 inch cream serges, all
wool, for summer suits,
skirts, etc., $1 quality,
per yard . . . 89c
58 inch red and blue
checked table cloths,
per yard 19c
Ladies' high arch two
eyelet ties, short vamp,
j 2,500 yards lotis lawns
j in figures and floral de-
signs, value 8c,
j per yard 5 c
Ladies' and men's um
brellas, slightly imper
fect, large assortment
price . 39c, 59c, 79c
Large assortment of suit
cases, 2 4 and 26 inch
priced at . $1.19
-Table Oil Cloth-
Plain white at .... 10c
Fancy pattern table oil
cloth 20c value .. 10c
Boys' Wash Suits -
Made of gingham, cham
bray, etc., sizes 2 to 6,
regular 50c value
at only 39c
Made of cambric with
lace and embroidery
trimming, also tucks and
Beautiful line of summer
dreses values up to
$10 for $3.98
White Nottingham cur
tains, 2 yards by 4 0
inches a Saturday
special at at 47c
""Good heavy velvet rugs
9x12, good colors and
Hats of fancy straws,
horse hair braids, etc.,
t trimmed with flowers,
feathers, etc., values up
to $11 at $2.98
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the Tlerves, ban
ish sick headache, prevent despond
ency and Invigorate the whole system.
Sold by all druggists.
The First Swedish Lutheran congre
gation of Rock Island this week is ob
serving the 40th anniversary of the
establishment of their church, corner
of Fourth avenue and Fourteenth
street. Last evening there was a
service to dedicate the newly in
The church was filled with the mem
bers of the congregation and friends.
Ths dedicatory sermon was by Rev.
F. A. Linder of Geneva, president of
the Illinois Lutheran conference, and
he was followed by Rev. F. O. Han
son of Galesburg. The choir gave a
special musical program.
Xext Sunday the anniversary cere
monies proper are to occur. The ex
ercises will begin in the morning. At
that hour Rev. Victor Setterdahl of
Chicago, the first pastor of the First
Swedish church here, and now having
a charge in Chicago, will deliver the
preparatory sermon. There will be
a sermon also by Rev. C. E. Slatt, a
former pastor of the church, who is
now stationed in Chisago, Minn.
There will be communion service, re-
i ception of new members and music by
! the choir.
To Tell of Early Yearn.
In the evening there will be a pro
gram of brief reminiscent talks, those
to be heard including Revs. Setter
dahl and Slatt. The music will be
I 1 . Mtca rinn!a "IT Tnhncnn Inh n
M. Anderson, the choir and the Car
A regrettable Incident of the other
wise happy occasion for the congre
gation is the indisposition of the pas
tor, Rev. S. G. Hagglund. He was at
work on a detailed history of the
church since its inception, the history
to be read at the anniversary, when
he was taken ill. While his condition
is not grave, still he has been forced
to abandon his personal plans in con
nection with the anniversary, and will
not be able to take an active part in
Today in .the Markets
Chicago, June 17. Following are the
quotations on the markets today:
July, 92, 93, 92. 93.
September, 90, 92. 90, 91.
December, 91, 92. 91, 92.
July, 57, 57. 5Si .
September, 5SVs, 59, 5SV4, 59.
December, 56V2. 574. 56, 57.
July, 36, 37Vi. 36. 37.
September. 35, 36Vi, 35, 36.
December, 36, 36, 36, 36.
July, 22.95, 22.90, 22.85, 22.90.
September, 22.15, 22.32, 22.20, 22.32.
July, 12.32, 12.35, 12.30, 12.35.
September, 12.30, 12.37, 12.30, 12.25.
July, 12.95, 12.97. 12.95, 12.97.
September, 12.45, 12.47, 12.40. 12.45.
Receipts today Wheat 11, corn 265,
oats 147, hogs 1S,000, cattle 3,000,
Estimated receipts Saturday Wheat
6, corn 222, oats 94, hogs 13,000. ,
Hog market opened 10 cents lower.
Hogs left over 4,200. Light 9.309.55,
mixed and butchers 9.309.50, good
heavy 9.20 9.55, rough heavy 9.20
Cattle market opened strong.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 9,800, cattle 1,100.
Hogs at Kansas City 6,000, cattle 3,
000. Hog market closed weak, 15 to 20
cents lower. Bulk sales 9.309.50.
Light 9.209.45, mixed, and butchers
9.20O9.45, good heavy 9.109.45, rough
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed steady.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
lower, corn unchanged.
Liverpool closing Wheat to 1
higher, corn Vi higher.
Northwestern receipts Minneapolis,
today 169, last week 148, last year 171;
Duluth, today 29, last week 27, last
New York Stocks.
New York, June 17. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 12V
U. S. Steel preferred . . 115
IT. S. Steel common 776
Rock Island preferred.. 84
Rock Island common 40
Southern Pacific 122
New York Central 116
Missouri Pacific 66
Great Northern 131
Northern Pacific '. ....125
L. & N ....145
C. F. 1 35
Canadian Pacific 194
Illinois Central ....135
Pennsylvania .". .1314
Erie ...... .. 27 Y
Lead . .
C. & O.
B. R. T. .
B. & O. . ,
St. Paul .
Anny .Day -is tfihe HDsiy
;:' tto, IP Miclhsise Here,
We emphasize a line of young men's suits in
Which we know you will be interested; they are
exceptionally well tailored by the best makers,
and we could easily get a fourth more than the
price we are asking,
Here you will find many new ideas in
plaited and negligee shirts of the best qual
ities of Madras and French Percales, light
- shades prevail from
il.OO to S3.00
Right now is the time to select your straw
hat, and Sextons is the place where the lar
gest exhibit of Men's Straw hats are to be
found, in every style and braid, at
SILO to S6.00
S. & H. Green Stamps. The Busy Corner. 1800 2d Ave.
Republic Steel preferred 94
Republic Steel common 32
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
June 1C. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Fresh Eggs 19c.
Live Poultry Old hens, 120
pound; springs, 50c.
Butter L-airy, 22c to 25c; creamery.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 60c to 65c; oats, 42c
Forage Timothy hay, 512 to $15;
wild hay, $12 to $17; straw, $6.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slaik.
Wood $4.50 per load.
Sales on Market square in last 24
hours up to noon today:
Oats Two loads at 42c.
Corn One load at 65c.
Timothy hay Two loads at $14.
Prairie hay One load at $10.
Straw One load at $6.
WILL FLY AT AURORA
First Ascents in Illinois Contracted
for by the Wrights.
Aurora, 111., June 17. The Wright
brothers, aviators of Dayton, Ohio,
are to make their first aeroplane
flights in Illinois as the main feat
ure of a big home coming celebra
tion in Aurora on July 2, 3 and 4.
It will be the first time a Wright
machine ever has been brought into
the state for flights. More than 50,
000 visitors are expected In Aurora
on the three days.
Moonlight Excursion Monday evening,
This will be the first and only moon
light excursion during the month of
June on steamer J. S. given by Tri
City Machinists. Gentlemen 50 cents,
ladies 25 cents. Boat leaves Rock Isl
and at 8, Davenport 8:15.
REGULARS. WIN OKLAHOMA
Republican Rtate Convention De
Guthrie, Okla., June 17. "Insurgen
cy" was denounced by the Oklahoma
republican state convention, which
adopted a platform decidedly "stand
pat" yesterday. James A. Harris was
reelected state chairman by acclama
tion. Four republican candidates for
governor John Fields, .J. C. McNeal,
C. G. Jones and T. B. Ferguson ad
dressed the convention.- The nomina
tion will be made at a direct primary.
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5 c ;nts.
ners served daily
in our Tea Room
urchase of wash goods
1000 pieces bought from the American Silk Co., Chicago, at 50c on the dollar. Practically every desirable fabric,
pattern and shade one could ask for suitable for dainty, cool Summer Wash Dresses, Waists and Children's Dresses.
SALE OPENS TOMORROW MORNING, 8 O'CLOCK
23c and 25c new wash fabrics, 12 Vic yd.
23c Plaid Swisses, mostly white grounds with neat black
hair-line plaids; 25c mercerized striped Poplins in all good
colors ; 25c "Batiste Carreax a sheer fabric in reined barred
patterns; 25c mercerized Shadow Plaids, popular fabrics in
practically every good summer shade; Fancy Crepes in both
figured patterns and solid colors mucn desir-l-L
pd for kimonos. To nil these we have added
several good lines from our regular stocks.
An enormous assortment. Choice yd lzVoC.
Beautiful 25c wash fabrics at 15c a yard
Solid color Jacquard Weaves the same that has been sell
ing at 25c all season; 25c Voiles in navy, black, blue, tan
and other good shades; 25c Marquisettes a finely merceriz
ed black fabric: 25c mercerized twin-striped Poplins which
make up splendidly in simple wash frocks.
25c Shadow Cord fabrics in floral pat
terns and all colors. A number of lines have al
been taken from our regular stock Choice yd.
5,000 yards Indigo . blue, Cadet
blue, 'black-and-white and gray-and-white
Shirting Prints, yard
15c- Linene Cotton Suiting
navy, brown, tan and pink, 32
inches wide, double fold yard
2,000 vards of standard Percales,
wide variety of patterns, 3G in
wide I2V2C grade, per yard...
23c plain and fancv colored Piques, good qual
ity, very popular for wash skirts and suits. One
of the best values in the sale; choice per yard
39c Mercerized Repps in all colors; also 35c
Marquisettes mercerized white grounds with
black figures, fine for waists; choice, per van
FINAL CLEAN-UP OF SILK AND WOOL SUITS
Just 37 women's and misses9 suits left from a most successful sea
son's business. They zvill probably not last longer than tomorrow
at these nezv prices, which are but a 1-3, 1-4 or 1-5 of actual value.
LOT I Just twelve women's and
Misses Suits in this lot.
right up to. the minute
Checks, stripes and plain
serges. Garments formerly
from $15 to $25; choice at this
Clean-Up sale tomorrow ....
LOT II Thirteen Women 's and Miss
es ' Suits comprise this lot. . Made of
silk pongee, Rajah silks, fancy and
plain wool mate-rials. Uar-SF
ments formerly up to $50,.
well made and stylish. 3
- Choice tomorrow at . . .
ii li a
LOT III Just twelve , suits at this
price. They constitute the prettiest
collection of suits to be found anv-
where. High grade mod
els and the best of mater
ials. Formerly up to $35,
in this sale tomorrow for
ALL ALTERATIONS WILL BE MADE WITHOUT CHARGE
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