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THE ROCK ISLASD ARGUS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912.
Daily United States Weather lap
We're Saving The Shoe Buyers'
Money Is What's Keeping Us Busy
U. S. Department, of Agriculture.
urn irunn tw-- ait
WILLIS U MOOk. Cbk.
In our showing of the New Fall Styles you will find all the latest kinds
known to the shoe craft without the usual high prices attached.
We are after a big volume of business we're satisfied to let the other fellow sell a few pair a day at a long
profit. We want to sell triple the amount he does and only make half the profit he makes and
t -t i t
rr HSwauiJlZ &r
v i m x -s Ai id
TIoisp im. Air pressure reduced to lira IptpI
. .7!V"' . lBM Mr .4 ft,."?
lnMj.r'ic'i lro:r,isofe.(1iMiec,,i,ersti,re irwn
onitor zero. I' !,;. . and 1 0
O ccr: O Pirtlr cloudy: c'.oody;
':n: (now; report missing.
.m. wuii the wind. Firm f!urei lowest
5WJM '"i boom: cod. trlblt.Uon
KOHKCAST FOH 1K'K ISI.AXI. DAVKXPOKT. MOI-IXK AM) 'ICISITV.
Fair and coctinued cool tonight and Saturday with frost tonight.
Thf .ir(-.i hili p!-fiB'ire and gpn
rro !y fa::, rool t-;ah-r ovcrlit-8 the
( anadian t.ori h nt, the Missouri.
Ohio r.nd up,er MisBikslppl vallfys
i nd th i?kf ri;ion. While the tem
Ifraur in ikls moiniifK homewhat
J.lKher in as' rn Ioa and northern
Illinois. freziiiK wpather prevaia's in
first portions of the Dakotas, north-
r-.i M:nn-t!;:d. Sabkatrhewan and
liorthorn AltnTia. Heavy frost is re
ported fropt Sioux f'i'y and Toledo
anc! k 1 1 1 i ij k froM from St. Paul. The
a ha wnn ysterday over northern
Michigan and the relatively low pres
sures n 'c.p AMintle and gulf roasts
have been a'fompanied by showers
In the northern and eaety-i portions
-f the Ir.ke region and I.ne territory
from t!.e i-'t. I.arenre vfelley and th
li Ul'lle AfaiiTe see; ions southwest
ward to 'h iiupi Mississippi valley.
Light rain also fell in southern and;Sa-i Diego TO
eastern Iowa. On account of the San Francisco 62
h'.gh pressures to tiie westward and ' Seattle 66
northwestward, fair and continued ; Washington
cool weather is indicated for this vi-1 Winnipeg 46
cinity tonight and Saturday, with i Yellowatone Park ..
frcst tonight. ,
' MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
OBSERVATIONS. Flood. Height. Chng
That's Just What We Are Doing Every Day
We're handling an imr..tnse volume of busi
iness at a small margin of profit. How do
we get the business? We put more Into a
shoe to sell at a given price than any other
shoe dealer in town this extra money talks
it brings out more style--belter class of
workmanship higher giade leathers and
finer trimmings and makes the
Extra Value Sticks Out All
Over Our Shoes
And they sell themselves to the person who
Just Take a Glance Into Our
some day, or better yet, drop in and Blip on a
few of the many styleo our competent feet
fitters will show you. That will tell you
more in a moment tftan all we could write on
a full page. Xo matter what your idea is of
leathers, style and fit, we can match It per
fectly at prices . that will make
you an enthusiastic booster for the
Good Shoes For Men
In Gun Metal, Calf, Tan, Patents,
Box Calf and Vicl Kid.
Good Shoes For Women
In tan. Gun Metal. Calf, Velvet,
Suedes and Vicl Kid.
Atlantic City 70 62
Boston 6S 52
Buffalo 68 44
Uock Island 59 43
Denver 60 36
Jacksonville 88 72
Kansas City 64 50
New Orleans 82 72
New York 68 60
Norfolk 74 68
Phoenix 92 56
St. Louis 58 48
A. Pau'. 50 32
i ct ro..i 11
Low. Prep. J "
. j-u lli(r ........ AY
00,; Reeds Landing ...12
.00 ! I.a Crosse 12
.04 ; Lansing 18
.00 ! Prairie du Chien ...18
.00 Dubuque 18
.00 Le Claire 10
.07 , Uock Island 15
.00 ; RIVER FORECAST. :
.00 Slowly falling stages in the Missis-.
.00 ! sippi will continue from below Du- i
.0",' buque to Muscatine.
.Oij J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
PRIESTER-HICKEY SHOE CO.
Harper House Block Rock Island, Illinois
Today's Market Quotations
ergetic action on their part will create
healthy selling spots. ' , i
I Corn 323
Wheat today 2,003,000 1,394,000
Year ago 1,471.000
i Corn today 597. ono
i Year ago 528,000
(tty wirr rrom K. W. Wagner & Co , r)uutb 3n g59
Grtin, J'rrrvlit'Mi. Morks and C otton. . .
!.o:al '(!! u' Hri k Ieiund house, Koik , innipeg oCS 99
u "V- J1'' :':-1 Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
v. - ; ." j
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
September. ss'- 87i, 88. 1
December, M7i, 89, 89',. 89. j
May. 94. 0444. 1'4'4, 941.
September, 71 , 72 i. 71 Va.
December. 6:i-t 53. 52, 02.
May, 52V., .-.2, 52. 2'8.
September. 32. 32, 32. 32. '
December, :,2, S2, 31, 32.
May. U, 34. 34V.
September. K,.2.'., 16.30. 16.22, 16.30.
Oeiober, 1C.::2. 1C.37. 16 27. 1C.37.
Januur. 18.25. 18 27. 18.10, 18.20.
Sortembcr. 1'97. 10.97, 10.92. 10.92.
Octiiber. 10.93. Ii.y7. IOIKi. 10.95.
Septeiat.er. Im.52. 10 57. 10 50. 10.57.
October, 111.52, 10.52. 10.47, 10.55.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Cmca&o Cah Gra'n.
Wh.at -No " r iniiil03. No. 3 r 87
I' 4. No. 2 h -9'4ii'. No. 3 h 87
No. 1 n 90'4ijj&3. No. 2 ns S9fc"
2. No 3 ns sr.Jiso. No. 2 s '9S1. No.
3 SHisH. No. 4 s 75'5 84.
Corn 'o 2 71f;71, No. 2 w 71 4
fi72'4. Nil. 3 T'l 71 No. 3 w 70413
71'4. No. 3 y 7','fi 71',4. No. 4 6S&
288 Roek Island common
642 1 Northwestern
I Southern Pacific . . .
New York, Sept. 27. Copper booked
this week is estimated at 50,000,000
; pounds. London settlement concludes
jtoday. President Baer of the Reading,
on his 70th hfrthdav. dented them waa
Northern Pacific 129 y4
Iyuisville & Nashville 163
Colorado Fuel & Iron 42Vs
Pennsylvania... . 1244
LIVE STOCK MARKET. Erie arai
Opening of Market. I Lead G294
Hogs, 9.000; left over, 5.747; shade Chesaeake & Ohio 81
higher. Light, 8.35 38.95; mixed, 8.25 1 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 91 v
B8.Si)j; heavy, S.lO'ij 8.90; rough, 8.10 Baltimore & Ohio 108si
" I o n 1 aaoI foiviSna on1 aalrl tVio 1 1 r
'ito4B 1 lion is far above normal. W. J. Har
.1137 . , , . t . .
New York Central USU I leu Pre.ueiiL ut
Missouri Pacific 46 ' the Seaboard a,r Iine- American stocks
(irvnt xr.nh.rn tin' ! in London are generally 14 to high
er. The entire estate of the late J. S.
Kennedy amounted to $67,137,000.
The occurrence of heavy to light
frosts in nine states between the Mis-
- ajacinnl rivor arA T J i-w 1 -, tiii.n
' I anil luc luuuu
...18 ; tains has practically no adverse effect
isi Vs ; ' .
New York, Sept. 27. Sell out long
Mrs. S. Montgomery of Longmont,
Col., who has been spending the sum
mer with her daughter near Reynolds,
spent Sunday at the home of Professor
and Mrs. F. N. Taylor.
L.. D. Thomason, formerly one of
Aledo's most prominent lawyers, now
of Fort Collins, Col., arrived in Joy
Saturday and visited with relatives un-
day for hefhome In Bushnell.
Mrs. B. A. Manning of San Diego,
who 1b visiting with her daughter, Mrs.
William Shaw, went to Mathersville
Tuesday for a short visit.
James S. Hamilton was born , In
Preble county, Ohio, May 22, 1832, and
died in Aledo at the home of his son,
J. M. Hamilton, on the 15th of Septem
ber, 1912, aged 80 years. With hi
father's family he moved to Indiana in
1837, and came from there to live In
Mercer county in 1853, living on a farm
near Sunbeam. Nov. 1, 1854, he was
married to Miss Agnes Paxton, and to
them 6ix children were born, Ave of
turned to their home In New Boston
after a short visit here.
Miss Claire Smith spent Sunday
with her parents In Kelthsburg.
Mrs. Mary Derr and daughter, Miss
Grace, went to Woodhull Saturday to
Theodore Bentley of Geneseo was an
Aledo visitor Monday.
til Monday, when he came to Aledo
and spent the day calling on friends, j w hom are still living.
He left Monday night for Rock Island, 'enlisted in Company G of the 35th Illi
Mrs. Bradley left Saturday for her ! nois regiment on the 7th of September,
home In Burgess after spending a few ! 1861, and served a year, when he was
days here with friends.
discharged on account of physical dis-
Mrs. Yerkey and three children, who j ability, Sept. 27, 1862. He was in the
have been at the home of Mrs. Yer- i battles of Fort Henry, Fort Donelson,
stocks on bulges from now on. Money ke'8 hrother, Fred Martin, for several and Shiloh. Since the war he had llv-
Cattle, 2.0u0; weak.
Sheep, 5.UO0; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs. slow. Light. 8.35 8.95
8.40$ 8.85; mixed. 8.305 S.97V4 ; pigs,;
3 258.25; heavy, S.lOfit 8.924 ; good.,
8.306 8.9.: ',2 ; rough, 8.10 8.30; York-!
Cattle, dull and weak. Beeves, 5.65
11.00; stockers, 4 407.60; Texans,
Sugar , 1274
St. Paul 108
bulk, j Lehigh Valley 172
Republic Steel common 33
will continue firm until after the Octo
ber disbursements, at least. If Secre
tary MacVeagh deposits money in the
banks it will have a temporary effect
on stocks for the better and give us
a little spurt.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
SeDt. 27. Following aro thn vhnlo.
sale quotations on the local market ed moderate "alizing at the opening,
Liverpool, England, Sept. 27. The
lower American cables yesterday and
the pressure in Canadian offers caus-
4.60tfi6.30; cows. 2.90$ 7.85: westerns,
5.90$ 9.30; calves, 8.00$ 11.75. j
Sheep, slow. Natives, 3.35$4.60: i
lambs, 4.75$6.95; westerns, 3.50$!
4.50; west or j lambs. 4.85$ 7.35. j
Close of M..-ket. j
Hogs closed weak at opening prices. !
Light. 8 35$8.95: bulk. 8.40 8.85; j
mixed. 8 30& &7l: hearv R 10 I
8.92',; rough, 8.108 30.
7i' 4. No 4 w ::t-4$ ",l,.4. No 4 y 69'. Cattle, dull and weak. Top. 11.00.
$i7i''4. I Sheep, steady. Top. 4.50. I-amba.
Outs- No r Q344. No. 3 w 1 steady. Top. 7.35. i
r"2Tj 32',. No. 4 w i;:tu 2, a'andard 324 Western Live Stock. !
$ 33' j. j Hogs. Cattle. Sheep. I
Liverpool Cabin. j Kansas City 3.000 1.50 2.000 i
Wu at opi ned 4 to 0ff, closed Omaha 3.5"v" 1,700 3.S00
to 4 off 1 Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Butter Creamery, 31c.
Potatoes, 60c bushel.
Cabbage, 3c head.
Onions, 25c per peck.
Sweet potatoes, 90c per bushel.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $16 to 17.
Wheat, 85c to SOc.
Wild bay. 114 to $15. ,
Oats, 33c to 35c.
Corn, 65c to 66c.
Rye, per bushel, 75c to 80c.
Coal Lump, per bushel. 15c; slack.
Corn opened 4 off; closed 4 to
Corn . .
oats . .
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep. !
I Chicago 7.0i0 2'H) 1,000 j
NEW YORK STOCKS.
Chicago, Sept. 27. Failure of frost
and prices were '4 to lower. Later
there was further realizing, which re
sulted In an additional decline of 4
to . with the undeitone easy. The
weather in both the United Kingdom
and France, with native offers larger,
and predictions are for larger world's
shipments this week. Arrivals are in
creasing and cargoes are rather press
ed for ale. During the morning the
market showed some signs of recovery
on more continental inquiry for car
goes, but the weakness in spot and
the heaviness in corn checked the ad
vance. At 1:30 p. m. the market was easy,
4 lower than yesterday.
Corn opened 4 lower, and later Sep
tember broke an additional T on the
break in plate spot and larger arrivals.
The distant months was well support
ed, and this was considered a natural
i as a bull corn tonic suggests May corn ! reart'on from the recent depression.
Xnw Vnrk Srnt 97 VI 1 r n a ra
.v- . ,.,,' ... . , , , . bulges ar limited and that this month
tfce quotations on tfce market today.
I'nlon Pacific 1754 j 10,100 cents. The outcome of
f. S. Steel preferred 1154 : September corn is a guess. Cash
To- I,st Ist J t". S. Steel common 794) Trices holds 72 to 73 cents, and this
day. Week. Year j Reading 173 j should be high enough for September
.4'4 557 72SRoi k Island preferred 564, corn. Thursday brought excellent
weather in 90 per cent of the United
States and Canada. Cash men say an
other bulge in September oats Is pos
sible, but the cash oats situation is
weakening. Absolutely no sign of a
let-up in receipts for months.
The wheat situation is regarded as
weak at the decline. Offerings of ex
porting countries are too liberal.
The long distance outlook does not
favor the May wheat premium. The
outcome of the September deal at Kan
sas City does not increase the bull
enthusiasm. We appear to have too
much wheat for the present. Locals
SUMMER SKIS. SfEMES
During the summer raost persons are annoyed with pimples, boils,
rashes, or :.:; ti. ::. while others Fufrcr more -severely with Ec
zema. Acr.c, T.-tUr, fcult Khcuxn, or sonic kiadrcd skin disease. A perfect
condition cf f. o :.:a exists as long as the blood is normal, but wlicn it be
comes cor.t.i::.ii:aU J null Lu:uo:s anil acids its sappi3' of nutritive proper
ties is greatly lessened and it bfco:ucs a sharp, acrid Cuid which diseases
instead oi preserv:ng tuc natural ncaiin ana texture
of. the skin. The eruptions nuy be glossed
over and inflammation reduced bv the application
of washes, cosmetics, salves, etc., but no skin affec
tion ca ever be pcnr.ancstly cured in this way;
only pure blood can make Lea". thy i.kis. S. S. S.
cares hua Diseases ol every kind by neutralizing
the acids and removing the humors from the blood.
S. S. S. builds the circulation up to its normal
strength, increases its nutritive powers and adds to
its purity in evcrv way. Then the skin instead of
f-eicg irritated with acid humors and impurities, is nourished and healed
1 ;- a plentiful supply cf rich, pure blood. Book on Skin Dise&scs and any
i.-.wil advice iicc
These Homely Spots.
days, left Monday for her home in Gil
The marriage of Ernest R. Olson and
Miss Florence A. Thompson, and Ed
ward Smith and Miss Minnie Balmer,
all of Aledo, occurred at Monmouth,
Sept. 19. The ceremony was perform
ed by Dr. J. A. Burnett at his resi
dence. They are all well known Aledo
young people, and will make their
home in this vicinity.
At the meeting of the central Illi
nois conference of the Methodist
church, which was held in Bloomington
last week. Rev. T. S. Pittenger, who
has had charge of the Aledo Methodist
church for the past five years, was
transferred to Macomb, and Rev. J. B.
Bartle was placed in charge here.
Bishop McDowell made the appoint
ments. The conference will be held in
Galesburg next year.
Miss Leona Dunning, who has been
spending a few days at her home here,
returned to Orion Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bartlett of New
ed the greater part of the time near
Sunbeam. His wife died eight years
ago, and since then he made his home
with his children. The funeral ser
vices were held In the United Presby
terian church in Aledo, Sept. 17, con
ducted by Rev. R. G. Pinkerton of Sun
beam, assisted by Rev. J. R. Pollock.
Burial was in the Sunbeam cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hodson and baby re-
FOR THE NECK
A Free Prescription That Instantly Re
moves Blemishes, Tan, Freckles
and the Wrinkles and Marks ,
Left by High Collars.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, Ind,
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and Joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for six
weeks and had eignt physicians, but
received no benefit until ebe tried Dr.
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism, It
gave immediate relief and she was able
to walk in three days. I am sure It
saved her life." Sold by Otto Groljan.
1501 Second avenue, Rock Island, and
Gust. Scblegel & Son, 220 Second
The Dutch neck and the evening gown
too nftcn cxpiisc the discoloration and
tilernislif-s of high collar or the enVrls
of tan and frei ki . It is easy to over
come these condition und make the
neck beautiful and white and soft and
smooth to remove, in other words, ev
ery blemish and to make the Dutch col-
Boston spent Tuesdav With relativpa In ! ,aJ" a! attract ve as it 18 comfortable.
wnn relatives in This prescription can alxo he used on
Aledo. the shoulder, and it is m.-irvelously ef-
Mrs J. C. Bran-ht and daughter. f-7jVyou wan. 'trV''go't'o "yr
MISS Vie of this Cit, and Mr. and Mrs. I druggist, get an empty two-ounce bot
Willlam Brancht of Whitten, Cal.. j a c:,'i""'.'t "JtUiux.
spent Wednesday in Rock Island.
Mrs. Mary Gallagher, who has spent
a week here w ith her sister. Miss Mar-
Kulux into the two -ounce bottle, add
Huarter an ounce of witcli hazel, then
nn wnn water, prepare this at your;
own home and then you know what i
garet Baxter left Monday for her hnm ' have. One application will astonish :
i vii -Monaay tor ner nome , yml ,f , dwu .,JH)y cooI ami KOOthlng I
lu Viola. , and is not aff-cted by perspiration, it
Ilv2-?A?H ",B,fby; feriHW "P't.u on one band only,
uvea in Aledo, has decided to bring his 1 - on one side of the neck, and note the '
family here and make this his peima- differen ce, you will see the wonderful i
nan v,,, T, . , 7 1 .. . 'oange it makes instantly. The results
nent nome. Dr. Blg3by left Aledo nre permanent, and continued use of
eight years ago and has been a mem- u'' I,rT r,t'tlvl 'm re"ut1,J" a "kin a, ;
. , F0ft an,j smooth as a chlids. a skin :
Per Of llie faculty Of the 1'hiladelrihia from which redness and 1-OMithnean nn.t1
Xew Drug That Quickly Removes : CoIIese annd Infirmary of Osteopathy j frfccki;" ave been entirely removed. j
as professor of osteopathic diagnosis'
and technique and a member of the
j clinical staff of that institution. He
There's no longer the slightest5 eonaThv!"? &
need of feeling ashamed of your TT L T'3 lechn!1ue. on
freckles, as a new drug, othine-!" 6,Ub tS he 13 an accepted a"'
double strength, has been discovered i thJlty l? tthlt tountry.
mat positively removes these homely1 , , "' John DoRlev of Des Moines is
epots. j "siting at the home of her parents,
Sirnolv eet one nunc of nthin. I Mr and Mrs- Henry Nevins.
double strength, from any first class! Mr"' C- M- mnpr entertained 24 la-. g
druggist in Rock Island and apply uieB ,n DODOr 01 Mrs. George Winders
a little of it at night, and in theiof dianapolis. Ind.. and Mrs. J. R.
ntcrning you will see that even the!Ram8ey of T'!,5a. fKla., Tuesday af-!
worst freckles have begun to disap-' lernocn- A 6enes of games was play
figure frost will not affect over 100.000,-
ooo of the crop and can not kill over;,,ear( wbile the lighter ones have!cd' after t'tb a tao-course luncheon :8
A AAA AAA C- 1 I . J - i ... ... a- n -. r. -.. . Jt 2
iv.vu.wi. or.rrai p,iui ire me j vanisceu entirely, it ts seldom that) " c"tl1 !
that fanners want frost About 300 1 more than an ounce is needed to! R- D- McCord, who has spent the;
reports are xa hand this week, and j completely clear the skin and gain ajii,nin:ler ia Aledo and vicinity. leI j
the corn condition looks S3 ;the best j beautiful clear complexion. Tuesday for his home In Indianapolis,!
in six years and only equaled three! Be sure to ask for the double' lBd-
years in ten. cn Oct. 1. etrength othine, as this is sold under 31,58 M. ertrees. who has been ; y
duhb in .laiiiiarv nrmnr: aro rocreiri. f tmaranTro cr rrnnp narr ir it- f'.iij .siLi':i mr a it u.- n t.- e t u w -
Ct SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA, CA. 'In belief In their sBeclauy. Any en- to', remove freckles, .Mr. and Mrs. c. S. Vertrees, left Mon-
Second avenue opposite court
Enter any Monday.
Classes Monday, Wednesday
and Friday evenings, 7 to 9
. Day school every day, all day,
enter any time.
PHONE WEST 1974.
FOR MEN'S DISEASES
you will save
money und dis
you get the right
With our large
prm Uc no gui-ss
work, . but put
you right on tho
best treatment to
effect the quick
est cure. Remem
ber, our charges
for a cure art;
the lowest of any
expert spei ialist.
If ou are uiisuccessf ully treated by
other doctors, ome to us and get
the right treatment at once.
"OLD CHRONIC CASES"
Come fur Rupture, ark-OS K
larj(eiiirn(s, KnuMrrl elan, fcorea,
Inloful HwrltloicM. Ill4-a, rrvou
Mrmi, Harkaclir, lllirumatlBm i a
tnrra. Mo;tiub and Heart Troubles,
Kidney and Bladder llsears, Skla
and Hlootl llraes. railing llalr,
i;rutIUM on H"Ut tle.
ir you tuv an old case that hai
n tti iianiC'iiK f'r wn-kn or rn'ntha
and whi h mefiif tn- from d:tor
and driKfi"iH ran't f'-m to ur up
rltcht, thrf Ia sorn" r:.i (n. W hiv
a : ientirt'- ' i.rt f'r tin s :n-n ;nd
wi ll fure you riictii iui'icly ani
rhaply. f'oi.'t fhrofiic dldeuNo
drntf yo:i flown and Tinker, your vi
tality or u-jf-ck your msu.liood.
quickly restored. ro you feel you
are not the man you o.jght to be. or
u.ed to be? Are you weak, lame in
the bark, worried, cast down? We
can cure you and will make you a
man agnln. We cure .retiy and
WRITE IF YOU CANNOT CALL
Sit l'.'b Mreet,
Open only on
ternoon a&d ev
e.'.iug 2 to 4;
Friday eve., 7 to
5. and Sunday
morning. 9tT !2.
On other dayy.
.-all at Iavta-port.
41k aal Ilradr
nw k foiiT.
day. 9 a. rn. to
u p. m. Tues
day and Satur
7 to 9. CloseJ