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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1910.
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GO-OPERATIVE STORE CO.. ROCK ISLAND
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of Farm Products is now on in full force with an Exhibition which we are told is larger than is exhibit
ed at the State Fair. You are cordially invited to see this Great Exhibition. Admission Absolutely Free
See the largest pumpkin. See the monster squash. See the thousands of ears of corn, weighing from 1 to 2 pounds each, and all neatly displayed. See the greatest display of - vegetables
that this community has ever seen. See the grand store decoration and you will appreciate our efforts that we do things and never sleep and with all this we give the proceeds of the exhibit to
the Bethany Home, a charitable institution for the homeless and father and motherless children, supported by the noble and charitable women of the Tri-Cities. This is not a selfish proposition,
but one to develop scientific farming and encourage high grade cultivation of grain and farm products. Come and see what we are doing, and see what grand bargains we are offering during
this our second annual Harvest Week.
Hats Never So Beautiful
"Surely," said one visitor, "Hats are more beauti
ful than usual this season. Your millinery is a fine
, Large plumed hats for dress occasions, small bell
shaped hats and turbans for the street, altogether
making a millinery showing which for beauty, charm,
and originality even Young & McCombs has never sur
passed. THE VERY LATEST.
One of the prettiest ideas, and one which is taking
with every one, are the black beaver hats with bright
colored beaver crowns.
Coronets of ostrich with high mounts at the side
are one of the most stylish trimming .effects of the
Mercury Turban Caps with little wings on each
side are quite popular.
The range of millinery styles is simply astounding.
Demure bonnets, Baucy. pokes, stunning tall turbans,
enormous wide brimmed hats, each Is equally popular.
Prices during Harvest Week, from SI. OS to 50
We Save Never Offered Better Values In Women's Garments
If you are looking for something good in a Suit, Dress or Fur, we can please you. We have never
carried a more complete stock and we show you thousands to select from. We can satisfy the most ex
acting and those are the ones we welcome most heartily.
Very Special Suit Offer at 515.00
We are showing a very special suit for this Harvest Week. You
can see at a glance that thi3 is an extraordinary offer, made up
In high class material and silk lined. Would be a big bargain at
one-third more, but as we said before we want to make Harvest
Week a memorable one, hence the special price S315.00
Other styles of suits with a touch of trimming are equally as well
made and very attractive. Other style of suits f 17.50, $20.00, $22.60
up to S6O.0O
Dresses at $10, $12.50, $15, up to $100
Very pretty styles to choose from In messalines, chiffons, crepes,
poplins, voiles and serges. The designs are practical. They come
well made and very reasonable in price. See our special Silk Pop
lin, gold braid trimmed, evening shades, priced at SIO.OO
arvesf Sale of Fall
Children's Coats, Harvest Week Sale
Our Children's Department is bristling full of new coats for the
girl, in astrakhan, velvets, kerseys and novelty cloths; ages from
6 to 14 years. Priced up from $3.98
In high grade materials with the very latest novelty cloth. ker
sey, serges and the plain with plaid back; cloths that are popular.
$25.00 Saltz Plush Long Coat, $25.00.
52 inches long with full Skinner satin guaranteed lining, crocheted
buttons, long roll or notched collar; tLa best garment in the Til
Cities for the price ........ 325.00
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Goods and Silks
Fancy Worsted Suiting, 38 inches wide, shown in checks, stripes and diagonals, in a wide range of the
best styles and colors, wortii up to 4yc a yaro. bpeciai ior tnis
Harvest sale, choice, per yard .
A large assortment of 38-inch
diagonal and storm Serges, in
blue, black and grey. A good
value at 69c per yard. Our
Harvest sale price, yard..4TJ
40-inch Chiffon and Wool Voile,
la black only. $1 quality. -79
36-inch Mercerized Voiles," all
the lates shades. 50c quality,
per yard 29
54-inch all wool Voiles, in black
and blue. ' $1.00 quality. . -60
Boanfcfcful all silk and satin Per
sians fax the latest fall shades.
qu&Uty for &S&
38-mch Unrng satins.
Ity, per yard
The quality of silk that the $5.00 and $6.50 Petticoats are made
from black and colors we bought this lot one-third less than the
regular price. We place them on sale during this Harvest sale,
and you may secure the benefit of this special purchase if you are
prompt. Display in Bargain Lane. Sale price S3. 98
44-lnch all wool French Serges,
in black and colors. 69c qual
54-lnch double warp Diagonal
Suitings. $1.00 quality 69
Imported Dress Patterns no
two alike worth up to $16.00,
Children's Light Weight Jackets
- To Close "at One-Half Price.
We have 50 Children's All Wool Jackets, in plain and striped, all
wool material, fancy trimming, all new goods. Former price was
$2.50 to $5.00. now S1.25 and S2.50
greys, etc ...
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"HARVEST WEEK STIMULATORS" ON THIRD
We only ask your inspection. Cotton, Wool and Down Filled Comforters.
Wool Filled Comforter, filled with fine scoured wool, covered
est grade art silkoiine and tied with baby ribbon; extra large
Fine grade down filled Comforters, covered with extra" quality sateen, in
colors pink, green and lavender 354.98
"Maish" laminated cotton down filled Comforters, covered with fine qual
ity silkoiine. This is the finest cotton used in comforters. Each. 3.00
Finest all wool Blanket, 11-4 size, in pink, brown and blue plaids. J5-4. 98
11- 4 size double fleeced cotton Blanket, white and grey, pair 98
12- 4 size, white and grey SI. 09
Jain Our Eldridge Sewing Machine Club
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Only $2.00 Down- and $1.00 a Week.
Will put the FAMOUS ELDRIDGE MACHINE In your home with
out any delay. This machine you have read about It has the latest
improved attachments, ball-bearing and highly polished wood, with drop
head. It is superior to all other makes and sold at muoh lower price
than any other high grade machine. We give a written guarantee for
10 years with each machine, and after a fair trial, if the machine is not
satisfactory, we will refund your money. Come and see the special dem
onstration during our Harvest Festival week.
We want one of these high grade machines in every household of
the Tri-Cities, and now 13 your time. Easy payments at cash prices.
We wish to extend to every visitor -to our beautiful store a very cordial invitation to visit our Basement.
We can say without any fear of contradiction that we have a basement store artificially illuminated with thou
sands of incandescent lights, when brings our the brilliancy of the rich cut glass; that shows the artistic touch
of the French artist in hand painted china and bric-a-brac. The hammered brass, the beautiful beaded domes
and lamp of bronze and plated with rich gold that must be seen o be appreciated.
We have ten large stores in one China. Toys, House Furnishings, Bath Room Fixtures, Baskets, Paints,
etc., ah artistically displayed.
The Great Corn and Vegstable Displays in Basement.
Prizes will lie announced
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of Ladies' Knit
Our stock of Ladies' Fall
and Winter Underwear was
never more complete than
The celebrated Munsing Union Suits
are Just as popular as ever. Long
sleeves and ankle length, in all sizes.
Harvest sale price, up from.. Jgl.00
One lot of fleece lined Union Suits.
Very special for Harvest Week. -59
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In this department we will give some very attractive-Harvest
Plain and fancy hemstitched Huck and Damask
Towels, superior quality. These are high grade
towel but slightly soiled, sold regularly at 85c. Sale
price, each 50
72-inch Satin Damask Table Linen, the $1.00 grade,
in assorted pattern. Sale price TOJ
lSx50-inch all linen Damask Dresser Scarfs, hem
stitched, eacli 48
17-inch brown kitchen Toweling, yard 5
Full size hemmed crochet Bed Spreads, each. .85
Fringed Crochet Bed Spreads with cut corners,
Harvest Festival Week will De a week long to
be remembered for under value merchandise.
36-inch 12.ic Percale, assorted colors, dark and
light. Harvest Week sale price, a yard 8'i
Also good American Dress Prints, navy, reds, greys
and light. Harvest Week price, per yard 4!aJ
Be sure to visit oar stationery department daring
this great XTarreet Sale.
Silk Lisle Writing Paper, regular XOo. narveet sal
French TwlQ Writing Paper, regular S5o quality. Har
vest sale price u.u 17f
Postal Card Albums, very beautiful flmfgnB. bold S0O
carta. Special Harvest tale price 2!r
Post Card Albumns, most beautiful designs, bold SCO to
800 cards. Special Harvest sale price ...........)3
Full line receipt boka. memorandum books, books for
addressee, photograph books, autograph books, diary
books, books tor reminiscences of theaters and eon
certs, fancy 600 and bridge whist pad books, etc; all
these books are bound In finest imitation and glazed
leather. Special Harvest sale price, up from
Place Cards fbr all occasions. Harvest salep rtea, per
dozen, up from 25
Large line of fancy Tally Cards for all occasions. Har
vest sale price, per dozen, up from J
Special Harvest sale of Mew Post Cards of all kinds,
per dozen 5
Genuine Photograph Post Cards, local views, dos..23
arvest Sale of Piens FurnSsEiings
Men's Sweater Coats, some with military and high
collar. Prices range from 50 to $10
Men's Kid Gloves, suitable for dress, street wear and
driving. Prices arnge from 1.00 to S2.50
An excellent line of Work Gloves, including cowhide
and buckskin, ranging up to v-Sl.50
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS.
A new and complete line of Men's Dress Shirts,
negligee and pleated styles, the celebrated Excello
brand included, we offer to you during this great
Harvest sale at prices from SI to S3
Try our great Paris Dress Shirt, pleated front, coat
style, at the exceedingly low price ot S1.00
A complete line of new Fall Dress Shirts In percale
or madras. A large range of the latest patterns on
sale In our gents' furnishing department for. -59
Gents' Furnishing Department.
Men's fancy, extra heavy grey or black, with as
sorted color fronts, full length and waist, pearl but
tons. Slzs from 30 to 42. A very special for this
MEN'S CANVAS GLOVES.
Fleeced lined, large sizes, extra heavy canvas.
Gloves or mitts the same, per pair 5
a swell line of real Maco Imported Half Hose, with
double heel and toe a beautiful range of colors; a
dandy flasher, and good wearer. Harvest sale price,
per pair 25
FAS HI O NAB E HAIR
"Not ten yoke of oxen have the pow
er of one woman's hair." We offer
only the very best hair goods on the
market. The proof that a thoroughly
high grade stock was wanted in the
Trl-Clties la mado positive by the bual-,
ness that Is being done In this depart'
Switches, first quality. .. .g(J to 520
Switches, second Quality.. Q3 to S14
Cluster Puffs 81.50 to S4.50
Sanitary Hair Roll....23 and 50
All-Over Hair Nets 10d to 23
Neck Curls..'. 5 to $2.50
TWO WILLS ARE PROBATED
Those of John Kffland and Joseph
Enlcrle Filed in Court.
The will of the late John Effland of
Moline was admitted to probate in the
county court this morning by Judge
R. W. Olmsted. The instrument wa
drawn and dated Aug. 14, 1905. and It
ordered that the estate left by the de
ceased be given to the widow, Mrs.
Theresa E. EHJand, to toe held by her
during her life. After her death the
sum of J200 is to be given to a son,
Joseph, and the remainder is to be di
vided equally among the following
children: Thsresa Chase, Amelia Hass,
Clara Dorman, Louisa Chase, Hattie
Exbom and Charles, Theodore and Jo
seph Effland. Mrs. Louisa Chase was
named as executrix.
The will of the late Joseph Enderle
of Moline was probated today also.
Mary A. Enderle. widow of the deceas
ed, was named as executrix and as
heir. An adopted daughter, Minnie J.
Enderle, who is In a convent In Chi
cago, was also remembered In the In
strument, which was dated Aug. 3,
All the news all the time The Argus.
OFFICERS RIDE 90 MILES
Thirtytwo, Under General Wood,
Pass Efficiency Test.
Washington. Oct. 11. Thirty-two
wet and mud covered army officers,
commanded by Major General Leo
nard Wood, rode Into Fcrt Myer yes
terday, having successfully complet
ed the 90-mile efficiency test ride
for hard service in the field which
was begun Friday morning. General
Wood announced that he did no.t feel
at all tired after the test, notwith
standing the heavy going.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy hai
become famous for its cures ol
coughs, colds, croup and influenza.
Try it when In need. It contains nc
harmful substance and always givei
prompt relief. Sold by all drug