tfRIDATTHE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MAY 14, 1920.
:3T TO GOTO
Mat 14 Corn sharply
"' ad i Prtc todsy mors as a
- . lack of selling pressure
! .M seeout of any great buy
!r aalnsa sentiment Was baaed
"UrtW active export demand
L wialftafls- Betides, skepticism
rZT to be growing as to
T5Lr the movement of corn to
zSZi sarkets coald be much en
KTJt preesnt Openlog prices,
fSnsied from Jc off to c
SSeeTwiUi July L7S to 1.75.
Stfttber l.tt to l.2, were
" j t... iMal s-.narnl nlni
H hardened with corn. After
JZmt cCc lower to 4c up,
SSgJaly at lc to lc, the
tieored a moderate rise all
fntfgtss In bog values had a de
gSg effect on provisions. For
tstertiU were said to bave
X fcts sellers of lard.
"ojtiio. May 14. Subsequently
tafect that wheat prices were at
st III best of the-season did a
Zsdeal to lift corn to a new top
EJj for tit crop. Corn closed un
aBitt t lc to 2c net advance,
STJaly 1.77 to 1.78. and Sep
ggtf 164 to 164.
ErtnLY nosu of
and East Moline
' May 14, 1920.
Cnsjnery extras ?sm54
i. 17 iwin
UtOSQB .......- nv
Mturiei 3s 39
I0JD5 Americas w
ImipU 13 cars
II.. 1 A.I
May 14. 1920.
High. Low. Close
1.96 1.93 ' 1.96
1.7S74 1.75 -1.77
1.64 1.62 1.64
Near Tort, May U. Dealings are
unusually light during the morning,
but most gains were Vetalned and
in several instances they were ma
Bethlehem Steel was regarded aa
vulnerable, however, because of its
new financing, and lost 1 points,
but kindred issues demoted further
support. Oils . and motors alao
strengthened appreciably and stand
ard as weu as minor rails rose 1
to 1 points.
- Call money was liberally supplied
at 8 per cent, but was speedily ab
sorbed in anticipation of higher
rates over tne week-end. .
' The strength of German remit
lances restored the foreign ex
change market, marks rising to 2.10
ineir nignest quotation in months.
Liquidation of Liberty bonds and
Victory notes continue at new low
The closing was steady.
American Beet Sugar ...... T 92
American Can ...i.. 39
American Car t -Foundry.... 131
American ' Locomotive ....... 93
American Smelting & Refln... 6C
American Sumatra Tobacco.. 86
American T. & T 93
Anaconda Copper ; 55
Baldwin Locomotive 4.116
Baltimore, & Ohio 33
Bethlehem Steel 'B" ....... 91
Central Leather . 67
Chesapeake & Ohio 52
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul . 34
Corn Products 93
Crucible Steel 138
General Motors (new) 27
Great Northern Ore Crfts. ... 34
Goodrich Co 61
Int. Mer. Marine prfd S3
International Paper .i 72
jKennecott Copper 27
Mexican petroleum 181
Newj York Central 68
Norfolk Western 92
Northern Pacific .'. 73
Ohio Cities Gas , 40
Republic Iron & Steel 93
Sinclair Consol. Oil 34
Southern Pacific 94
Southern Railway 22
Studebaker Corporation 70
Texas Co. (new) 48
Tobacco Products 63
Union Pacific . ...115
United States Rubber 95
United States Steel 94
MAY BE FATAL
Slx-Iear-Old Lai Kiu In Front ef
Street Car and is Serf
. onsly Hurt.
" Philip Carlyle, 6 years old, resid
ing at 2529 Fourth avenue, Moline,
Ms in a serious condition today at
Moline city hospital, suffering from
injuries incurred when be was
DONE DY FIRE
Beef Blase Csnses tSJMO Property
- Fire 'which started just before 10
o'clock this morning destroyed the
roof of the residence of Charles R.
I Hull, 1604 Eleventh avenue, Moline,
struck by an East Moline street car acd threatened several neighboring
lats evening. The accident occur
red in front of the Carlyle home.
Philip rushed out of the house and
started across the street, apparent
ly not seeing the street car. The
motorman was unable to stop.
The boy was thrown to the pave
ment Officials of the railway com
pany called Or. L. D. Barding.
Philip was taken to his home as it
was first believed the injuries were
not serious. A more critical con
dition developed this morning and
the boy was taken to the city hos
7.30 37.40 37.05 37.30
e n ! Westinghouse" Electric 47
'" mn.. A to
Illinois Central 84
Rock Island 34
Standard Oil prfd. 104
FAIL TO SOLVE
Moline Aldermen Announce Sew
Salary Adjustments After Two
Although Moline aldermen devot
ed two hours Thursday night to a
discussion of wage problems and
parking ordinances no definite
steps regarding these matters were
decided upon The solution of the
salary question is being awaited
with great interest, as practically
every employe and non-elective of
ficial of the city ha3 petitioned tor
a wage increase. Common labor
ers were recently granted a 25 per
The session was a committee of
the whole meeting with only mem
bers of the council and the mayor
attending. Mayor C. P. Skinner
said there is nothing to report and
added that the council may not ap
prove the solution arrived at in
TODAY IN ALEDO
AND MERCER COUNTY
I -An JisOsrbMsisrsTti.tjtf jvoTW-f r ri. ietu
masi. adto aaranon. voa. i a
j iMUltr. fimvtm tea van. im
Waxas tut 4 TWMk aWaaV
DAVB . LAMOK.
order floor. SIS
WIN TWO FIRSTS
118 Korth Collar imu.
Telephone, old and new, 7.
Willi Kiebala. Reprateatattvt
Mercer Cowry HJgfe School Liter
ary and Athletic Centesto Be
iagHeld Early Wlnaers.
COUNTY W. C. T. V.
MEETING AT VIOLA
houses. The loss to the Hull home
is estimated at $3,000. Manual arts
school pupils, dismissed from'
classes in the emergency,' aided
neighbors in removing furniture
from the home. Firemen checked
the flames before the side walls
were destroyed, but they arrived
too late to save the roof.
The fire as so intense that
flames spread to the home of Mrs.
Emily Thompson, 15 feet away and
frequent showers of water alone
were responsible for preventing a
second fire.- Paint of the Thompson
residence was scorched and in
parts burned off by the flames.
In addition to the roof the flames
destroyed valuable personal effects
stored in the Hull attic and water
from the upper floor soaked
through ceilings and flooded the
Sparks from the chimney are be
lieved to bave caused the blaze. The
fire had gained considerable head
way before the fire department was
notified. It was an hour and a half
before the blaze was extinguishes.
'It was recently announced that
the annual meeting of the Mercer
. . . , , ' county woman's Temperance union
Aledo students In the Mercer will be held in the Presbyterian
county high school literary and church at Viola on Thursday, May
Athletic contests took two firsts 20. Officers of the society have ar--JL
k.m !wf0nds- Th C0.nt"U nged a very Interesting program
e" wiiAh1' Vni?g, wWca wiu occPy the foreioon.
S Jttl Ch? lJ AJed0' afternoon and the evening session
th. tiniI.1i;WdMtlU" ?a?a Tbe bave secured several
7jT?d V".' -tbletic Held. ons whom Mi8s Epha
Sw9n wjraffnw nn Chicago. Miss Marshall
7rLl?"!? ide repuution as a state
m IZrZr , rj.ra.?tZrrVt the Temperance union.
PLAN ITS WORK
position in the declamation contest mtt m rrnTT A mrt
over four contesUnU. She read vllAU TAUQU A TO
"The Story of Patsy." Violet Dun
can of Seaton and Blanche Mason
of New Boston tied for second
place in this section. In the vocal
music contest Miss Nellie Finch of
jjoy was awarded first place, her
selection being "Roses of Picardy.
The directors of the Aledo Chau
tauqua board will meet tonight in
the public library to arrange plans
for the coming year. At this meet-
Leslie .Baldwin of Aledo took sec- '? lhe r?cently elected members of
RAISE SALARY OF
Chicago Cash Grain.
CSiaro, HI., May 14. Corn: No.
! aiied, 2:15; No. 3 mixed, 2:15;
So. i mixed, 2.14. No. 2 yellow,
11662.17: No. 3 yellow. 2.15
tl; No. 4 yellow, 2.14. No. 2
Uu, M52.16. Sample grade,
OiU: No. 2 white. 1.151 ffil.l6i :
! 1 white. 1.15 1.16. Sample
lest: No. 2 northern snrini!.
J: N0..2. J.20V.32.25W Bar.
f, 1K1.87. Timothy seed, 10.00
111.50. Clover seed, 25.0035.00.
writ, nominal. Lard, 20.65. 'Ribs,
Chicago, May 14. Potatoes,
steady; receipts, 27 cars; Northern
White, sacked and "bulk 7.257.50
per hundredweight; Canadian 5.50
5.75 per hundredweight.
New, steady: Florida, barrels.
No. 1. 15.0015.50: No. 2, 13.00;
Texas Triumphs 9.00 per hundredweight.
Peoria, 111., May 14. Corn: Un
changed; No. 2 yellow 2.08: No. 3
yellow 2.09; No. 2 mixed 2.09.
t Oats: Unchanged; No. 3 white
" Peoria livestock.
Peoria. 111., May 14. Hoge: Re
ceipts, 1,200; steady; active; top
price 14.85; bulk 14.0014.75;
lights 14.5014.85; mediums 14.25
14.75; heavies 13.5014.60.
Cattle: Receipts, 100; steady.
609 Seventeenth St. Phone R. L 1661
Flour is Advancing Buy Now!
49 lb. sack Ceresota Flour, fl A 1 Q
(Limit 4 sack to a customer)
on sale at.
Wliornia Seedless OC.
EaiBins. per lb LDC
B of 25 pounds. $5.99
toed Pears or'
IcoU, a lb. . . .
8,'t Prunes .
n iu ManhaUan
"JPiBeott's Jelly .
euBt Butter ....
11 "Hk, per lb,
Wrtstka,. cans .
Limit' S cans)
W . o xm- ,
Sweet Potatoes ...
Apricots, 3 cans .,
Armour's or Little
Duke Blackberries, can
per lb. pkg
Best grade Peaberry
Coffee, per lb. ......
i Our Leader Coffoe,
a lb. ...
Uncolored Japan Tea,
a lb. .4
Beans, a lb. i
Armour's Cane Syrup,
Vegetables, a can .
10 large bars Lenox
2 pkgs. Borax '
CLUB MEMBERS IN
A SOCIAL SESSION
Between thirty and forty mem
bers of the East Moline Commercial
club attended the social meeting in
the club rooms last evening. Rev.
Orlow Carr. castor of the Metho
dist church, was speaker of the1
evening, choosing "Cooperation" as ;
his subject The principal enter
tainment was an educational film
on the lumbering industry that j
proved of great interest. The meet
ing was one of the largest social af
fairs which the club has held for!
some time. j
Salaries of Silvis public school in
structors were increased by the
board last evening, raising the min
imum from $80 to $85 and the maxi
mum from $95 plus a $100 to $115
for grade teachers and $120 for
high school teachers. The salary
of the principal was increased from
$200 to $250.
The resignations of Miss Andry
Edwards, Mrs. Marguerite Burgess,
and one other grade instructor
were accepted by the board and the
responsibility of filling these vacan
cies was referred to a committee.
The smallpox situation was dis
cussed and the board determined to
reopen the schools Monday, if pos
sible. Howeverthey stand firm on
the ruling that all children and in
structors must be vaccinated before
returning to school.
ond place in this event.
In extemporaneous speaking,
Clarence Shumacher of Seaton took
first place and Everett Wells of
Aledo tied with Harold Karnes of
Viola for second. Leonard Swan
son won the oratorical contest
with "A Plea for Cuba." Miss Ber
tha Smith of Viola was second and
Walter Boswell of Joy was third.
Miss Nellie Finch of Joy played
"Prelude in G Minor" and was
awarded first place in the instru
mental contest. Ben Duvall of
Aledo was awarded second place
with the same selection. Lucille
Sassnache of Viola took third place.
Judges of the literary and musi
cal contest expressed much admir
ation for the excellent manner in
which all students rendered their
At-1 o'clock this afternoon the
track and field events are sched
uled to be started. With Aledo hav
ing the largest entry of athletes it
is expected that the local school
will cop most of the events. It is
said that the Joy aggregation has
a gathering of athletes who are
expected to spring some surprises,
and the Joy followers of the team
declared this morning that Aledo
was doomed to fall victim to the
the board are to be seated.
DR, TERIIUNE IS
Leetare ea "The Snkeonselens
Setr Tnder Aispiees ef E. T.
C CUk Wiis Praise.
coirnucrota. buildups ufJbix
and acraniaf ; proakpl aamo). &. L
TO LAUHDB. SS
WASHIKG3 TO DO AT HOME. B. X.
LAOMSKBED. 301 FOTB
PAPEB CLKAN11IO lO UO V
aa. wont suaraaiaua.
HMlacuao oa bit lob.- rtiaat ream
aim. I'hena B. L 8370.
EXfBT AUTO PAlATlMC.
A large number sof Aledo people
heard Dr. Thomas Terhune of New
Albany, Ind., in one of his famous
lectures entitled "The Subconscious
hou. ui. iciuuuc iowuicu at "-"" ! ipvBC Wltm Nr. TO HO AT HOME,
First Presbyterian church in Aledo j n. i. kuh. ram-memd twt
last night under the anspices or E-'riBST class waxuuiO don a av ka
BAi-K OB EXCHANGE FIVE A CUB
boom in tmaU lowa Two houn ruit
tram Vtucaio. Four room aeuat. Oaa
ol foil. Hj equity, Sl.aUO. . Baaoe
. 714 St. Lawreace avenue. Ctaieaia.
Rain has never been known to
fall between the two lower falls of
HAS OPEN HOUSE
Open house was celebrated by the
East Moline Communfty club last
evening with 150 members and
guests in attendance. Miss Margar
et Ainsworth who returned last fall
after two years of overseas service
with the Smith college unit, gave a
most interesting talk on her experi
ences. A class of young ladies gave
an indoor pageant, directed by the
music instructor, Miss Millie Beck,
representing the different stages in
la. "'. i aru shot's, ,utuea i.twr-i
iWrtart , Green Onions, etc . --. , - . -
Chicago, May 14. (U. S. Bureau
I of Markets Report.) Cattle: re
Iceipts, 7,000; slow; beef and butch
ier stock lower, heavy beef grades
i weakening most; few choice year
i lings strong; bulk beef steers 11.25
13.00; top yearlings, 4.25; bulls,
weak to 25c lower; bulk bolognas
7.8S8.25; calves steady; stockers
and feeders slbw and steady.
Hogs: receipts, 32,000; slow;
mostly 10c to 15c lower; top price
15.15; bulk . lights 14.9015.10;
bulk 250 pounders and over 14.00
14.65; pigs mostly steady, with bulk
desirable 13.50 14.00.
Sheep: receipts, 5,000; slow; un
evenly lower; choice lambs mostly
25c lower; other grades off more;
top shorn lamb 18.15; few good
breeding ewes 14.00.
New York Money.
New York, May 14.4 Mercantile
paper, 7. Exchange, easy. Ster
ling:' demand, 3.81; cables, 3.81.
Francs: demand, 15.40; cables,
15.38. Belgian francs: demand,
14.42; cables, 14.40. Guilders: de
mand, 36; tables, 36. Lire: de
mand, 20.52; cables, 20.50. Marks:
demand, 2.05; cables, 2.06.
Government bonds, heavy. Rail
road bonds, irregular.
Time loans, strong; 60 days, 90
days and 6 months, S1 per cent
Call money, strong; high, 12; low,
8: ruling rate, 8; closing bid, 10;
offered at, 12; last loan, 10; bank
New York, May 14. Final prices
today, were: 3s, 91.20; first 4s.
85.00; second 4s. 84.20; first 44s,
S6.10; second 4 is. 84.34; third 4s.
88.14; fourth 4S, 85.06; Victory
3s, 95.60; Victory 41s, 95.66.
Toledo, Ohio, May 14. Clover
seed: prime, cash $26.00; October,
$24.00; December, $23.10. ,
Alsike: prime, cash $24.50; De
Timothy: prime cash (1917
$5.45; cash (1918) .$5.45; cash
(1919) S5.55; May $5.55; September
$5.85; October $5.65; December
45.67H; March $5.87.
New York 8uar.
New York. May 14. Raw sugar,
atronx: centrifugal 2L6X; refined.
firm; flu granulated 13.50 & 23.00.
Successor to F. R. Kuschmann
22Q7 4th Av. Rock Island
Phone R. I. 988
A great many people took advantage of our
sale last week and . we are therefore encouraged
to continue the low prices a few of which are list
ed below. Phone your order and we will deliver
Notieeet PahUeatioa haaterr.
State of Illinois. Book ItUdd county, m.
In the circuit court. Mar term, A. D. 1920.
Catherine (Irene) Elizabeth KaedorS.
ts. William A. KaadorS. Gtn. So. IMWO.
Affidavit of noa-reeidenee of the de
fendant, WiUtam A. Kaedorfl. harinc been
Slad in the cierk a office of the circuit
court of eaid couou, notice i therefore
hereby firen to the aaid noa-resident de
fendant that the complainant filed her bill
of complaint in aaid court, on the chancery
aide thereof, on the Slat day of March,
192V, and that thereupon a summons issued
out of eaid court, wherein aaid auit u
now penains;. returnable on the third Mon
day in the month of Septemoer. next, aa
Dy law required. Sow, unices you. the
said non-resident above named. William
Kasdorff. shall personally be and appear
before eaid circuit court on the third
Monday in September, next, and plead.
answer or demur to the aaid complainant's
bill of complaint, the same and mailers
and thinci therein charred and elated
-ill be taken aa confessed and a tlacree
entered af aiiiat you according to the prayer
of aud mil.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Sock Island, ni.. May 14. 1820.
AtiORBW L. CHEZ EM. Complt s. Sol.
Kotiee (Juardiaa'a Sale of Beat Estate.
Pursuant to a decrea of the probata
court of Bock Island county, entered on
the 12th day of April. A. D. 1920. the
undersigned wm on Thursday. May 27.
A. D. 1920. at the hour of 1:30 p. m .
offer for sale at the east front door of the
court house. Bock Island. HI., the follow
ing" described real estate, to-wit: The un-
tirided one-third of the west half iw
it the southwest Quarter iSWV) of sec-
ion twenty-six (261. (less 75-100ths of
in acre in the northeast corner thereof;
aid To-lOOths acre tract being triangular
a shape: the east and north sides thereof
sing sixteen (IS) rods in length, more or
ess. and the third side being a diagonal
:ne connecting the ends of the other two
uleei. in township sixteen (IS), north,
mge two 12'. west of the 4th F. M
.ocii Island county. Illinois.
JAMES C. SNIDER.
Guardian of Wiliia Snider, minor.
Dated April 20. 1920.
T. C. club.
Rev. Mr. Terhune's lecture was
one of the finest Aledo people have
ever had the opportunity of listen
ing to. It dealt with the various:
phases ot life and was illustrated
with various humorous incidents.
Dr. Terhune, came to Aledo high
ly recommended as a lecturer and
preacher. During his . two days
sojourn in this city he ably demon
strated his ability in both capaci
ties. On Wednesday night he was
heard in the church in a sermon
as the formal installation ot Dr.
Arrick as pastor of the church.
On Thursday, May 20. the execu
tive committee of the Mercer Coun
ty Fair association will meet in a
special session called for the pur
pose of appointing a successor to
G. C. Bowers, retiring secretary.
Mr. Bowers' resignation was re
ceived several days ago by the fair
board. The reason for the action
taken by Mr. Bowers waa given as
illness in his family which pre
vents him coming to Aledo from
his winter home in Pamoma, Cal.
POTATOES FOR SALE
Choice northern ' stock.
Both seed and eating."
P. S: GILROY ,
- 2,22 East Sixth Street,
Limited amount of sugar with each
order, per lb
Fresh creamery butter
Strictly fresh eggs
Longhorn or brick
cheese, per lb ....
18 bars Santa Q"t AA
Claus soao J7A.UU
21 bars Lenox or
12 bars P. & G., Fels Xaptha
Peosta or (PI AA
American Family . tPA.vU
14 bars Amber
Crystal White ..
10 bars Kirk's
White soap ....
Ltarch, 12 pkg3 ...
Creme Ooil or (1 A A
Palmolive, 12 for U-LeUU
12 bars for ..
Sweetheart soap, CI AA
14 bars for tDl.UU
Flour, Maud S
or Gold Medal
Flour, Goldrim OA OC
or Ceresota . . . . . O'imLlO
lb Calumet OQ
baking powder ;.,, "Uv
2 pkgs for
Fresh bulk oat
meal, 3 lbs for
Post Toasties or "I OJL
Corn Flakes .X-2V
Macaroni, spaghetti ' Op
or noodles Ot
. Fresh soda crackers,
Cornmaal, white or
Lima beans, extra
fancy, per lb
Pork and beans, f O 1a
large can . 1m 2,
Fresh prunes, Just received,
raisins, per pkg
Bulk seedless or
seeded raisins, lb ...
dried apricots, lb
Hebe, small can,
can. per dozen
Small can Armour's
milk, 4 cans
Tall can evaporated 1 A n
milk, any brand.
Fresh roasted bulk
35c per lb.
3 lbs for
No. 10 Blue Karo
or Hubinger ,
No. S Blue Karo
or Hubinger ,
Log Cabin .
Large can apricots QPI
or oeaches OtJv
Large can Muscat grapes, in
60c values J
Oil ardines, 10c
cans, 3 for ......
Large cans mustard sardines,
regular 25c cans 25 C
Tall can pink sal
mon, 30c value, can
Small cans, 15c
Tall can red salmon OQa
tier lb can .......... OS7C
Pine Burr salmon
lb can .' ....
k lb Columbia Red
river salmon . .
Black berries. Spring
Warner's, can . . . .
LUMBER FOR SALE
ALL MATERIAL FROM THE
BILLY SUNDAY TABERNACLE
IN ROCK ISLAND.
60,000 ft 2x 8.
20,000 ft. 2x10.
5,000 ft 6x 8.
40,000 ft sheeting.
18,000 ft building tile.
50,000 square feet tar paper.
SEE FOREMAN ON JOB
Bargains in Wisconsin
320 acres. Taylor county, about S miles
from station on main line of Soo Duluth-to-Chieago.
About 100 acre standing tim
ber, consisting mostly of hard maple, ash
and birch. Balance cut over about 10 years
ago. 1UO acres can be easily cleared.
Hemnanta ot 5 lumber cabins and clearing
is ideal location for aettler. Excellent run
ning water in old camp. Slate report
shows potato crop for 1U18-19 to be IDT
basnels average per acre in Taylor coun
ty, the highest average for any county in
tne state. Crop failures here vnknowa.
Yields of clover, timothy, and amali grains
very high. Price, caah. per acre;
terms. S-7-50. Good title. Ko mineral
reservations aa in case ot many Wiscon
sin titles. For further particulars call or
address A. W. Gross, 2812 Eighth avenue.
Phone K. I. 5553.
parts. atid-Wmi auw
141, Eleventh street.
PHONOGRAPH AND CLOCK BEPAlaUXt)
aud cleaning ooae. .1. sais sirs in, .
coat maun and remooeieu.
lt07 H Second avenue.
11. P. Kundt.
at., I. le-vi. -
WAJU. PAPER CL&ANUiti.
Why oread the work of oeaniog your
sail paper when you can have it in
reasouauie by expert cieuiera.
Pboae R. 1. nods.
LOTS it) 1-lAilifeH. at. 1. 66DU.
tiHaT-CLAaS etulisat MAJi IfcSlaVfc
house cleaning. Phone at. 1. 6117.
if YOU ttAVai AN W 11X1 GLASS
broken caii aV. i. tut, aUrrors nr
JSTMAM liOMK WANTS aWQ.
be very graiaJul fur any
ilHaaS MAaVLNU. HAND PALiTl OH
dress guoda, leather, ctuaa: aias si nil
Price, reaaonaoi.. Za Xealy-uur4
avenue, Rock Island.
window shades af
Co. 1617 1-3
l sis roa
. a. i.
CONNELLY WAULBR (B. D. CON
nelly and W. M. Vtalherl svryara.
General law. chancery and probata prao
Uea. People', tiatiunal Dank ImlUting
WALRKR ft SWKU? ATTOHNSV
and counselors a law. Money to loaa
eat real estate. Room. SOO-zli Central
eUW. L. KAOLB LAVTYBR. 6ENKKAI.
law. chancery and pro bale pracliea.
Umee in court house. Rock Island.
FOB SALE FARM LANDS.
40 ACRES IN JACKSON COUNTY, ALA.
bama. Inquire 613 Thirty-eighth street.
SOU ACRES LAND AND SiX OWKLLUiOa.
Phone B. I. 1883.
Highest Cash frieea fai4 far
Likert Vends, lipaia Bond
Mwealpta, War MavUgi
1609 Secoid Areaue.
Oppoeite llllnoh Theatre
JONES LOAN fO.
VILAS COUNTY WANTS YOU. COMK.
Cine farming lands, aalghbon. roada.
lakes, easy to clear, timber for build
ings: (15 to SSO aa act; (1 per acre
down: do payment for three year, wheal
you move oa. Lak. Land Co, Uwovar.
PEEK WISCONSIN BULLETINS. SOIU
climate, crops. Immigratioo Bureau.
Wisconsin Dept. of Agriculture. Capital
38. Madison. Wit.
LET US HELP YOU TO SELECT A FARM
in Price county, the center of the clover,
dairy and potato belt of upper Wiscon
sin. Writ, for the official soil map and
booklet to the County Agricultural
Agent. Phillips. Wisconsin.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Mkn Voix & Co.
Manufacturers of Sash. Doors. Blinds and
Stairs. Interior ftniaa -of all klada.
Hardwood veneer flooring and dealers la
glass. 331 and 323 Eighteenth street.
1. U. 8TAPP. CONTRACTOR. YOUR PAT- !
ranag. eolksied. 823 fourteenta sum
Phone R. 1. 1041. I
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS OP TITLE PREPARED OB
continued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and accurate
service at reasonable rake, lock la
land Title 4 Abstract Company; W. i.
Sweeney, secretary. 108 212 Central
Trust a Savinrs Bank building.
SUPEI LCOUS EA1B.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. WA5TS
on face and arms, permanently removed
with electric needle. Address Mis. A.
M. atittredge. 1 Argyia flats. Brady
street. Davenport. Phone Dar. 804.
WANTED SALESMEN ;
SALESMEN TO SELL OCR ONE PIRCE
hog troughs direct to farmers. Will
give county rignts. Good money maker.
Addrea. iwx 378. Moiimouth. Illinoia.
WEEK END SPECIALS
CASH & CARRY GROCERY
1521 SECOND AVE.
BRING YOUR BASKETS TO SNYDER'S
AND SAVE MONEY
CAROLINE MILK, tall can": QC
RED BEANS, 3 cans 25c
CAROLINE MILK small,' dozen .,
FLOUR, Jersey Cream, 49 lb sack S3.69
AUNT JEMIMA pancake' flour, 2 pkgs 2C
LENOX SOAP, 10 bars ---dOc
SALMON, tall can 20C
I CAM ARRANGE A LOAM FOR TOO
aa ehsttcls, real property or by con
tracts at annually. 412 Best build- ,
lag ' Phone av X. SI.
$1,000 down will bar a fire room
modern cottage. . Close in. Price
Seven room bungalow. Strictly
modern, near Twenty-second street
on Fifth avenue. Easy term. Price
-Four room cottage on Eighth
street, all modern, $500 down. Price
First class modern, ' up-to-date
five room bungalow. Oak floors
and finish. Lot 50x150. A splendid
hilt location. Price $7,000. Easy ,
RUSSELL & BUDELIER
, 1 410 Peoples Bank Bids- - '
Real Estate- Insurance
. Phones R. L 1561-U7C .
S large 20e
eana sardines ...
2 tall cans .
4 small eans .....
N. J. C. milk.
Spaghetti or maca
coCee. per lb
coffee, lb ......
Pr pkg ..;
3 cans $1.00.
Apricots. No. 3
Peaches . No. t
la sjrop .......
. .... 49c
coflee. lb f
brand, jar .... .
3 lbs '
3 okca '....J...
Brooms, new shipment, good
per lb ... ....
soap, 3 bars ...
i bars ...
per loaf .......
3 pkgs .........
3 lbs ..........
. No 3 can
j per lb
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