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The Rock Island Argus and daily union. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1920-1923, October 12, 1920, Image 7

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'im Claim to WW
taster t Ctet Heiftn. '
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-VttM Prwn ought m
js st the 13 cut fra. em--jgl
Ismu operated la 11
j ) Maria dnrlnf the month
V fciahff. , aecordtog to ataUs
t MplM by th general advis
ui of the Illlnotf free em
tT ofleas. . Daring the sam.
J aaploren asked for, 22,891
k compered to the 22,051
jmUoa. '
i thlf Bomber the Rock Island
111- wKh Fred W. Kinck. siipef-
I Ujt receirea i,Z7V appiica
Mgud 1.B27 cells from employ
firing Septemner.
tl stats there were 20,31 S
-MM referred to positions and
vim tetMllT placed. Locally
ftinwere 1.077 placed. On a per
un basis the figures show an
ZmM for the state of approxi
mately P"
Ofj
T 1
(attest U or erery 1.1 of teear-
tog tor aal had 7t rtiaacsa onTot
my MOW aavlnc his otder filled.
Thlf anlf ft fra. aad can he
mad asa. of ay simply filling bat j
u . mnusmam .aiaaav The. em-
ploment hwrean? are operated
odr the dtrection,of the aepart
aaaat of laber with a state nperin
tdant and a superintendent In
charga of aacm. offlca. .
mWM
ill' ml Th Arwm urn fcntM tot?
mm lfer vttws aw tats hisehrl
Iwwrt bwr te wit r wWiat j
jT5 sMu 1 . ? ' VLLSJS ' -
f At-Afsaa-as apai to iwb.-'--' aa wa-i
natiHo t to faUr UfaM with
M mm m4 tUw l Ikt nto. :
tout 1 r wta to i Mi
' jroe ibMn that tt Mt to.) ' I
aboat ekaaa arplea tkey do aat
want Jo may aeac fl or $U per
trnshet for thaau I eagaawd 1M
kartell war ta Iowa -ahaat, U
aulas aorth at 1 per baaael. Waaa
LT.?. .VlIT SJ1? We wiU get theta and let the
Jffi-u!S?L aoM" sae a We to ride oat U the coaatry hare
ilS 1 P,b that at a nail aroflt
na kaow where these apples:, I waat to also state thai I had to
pay 2Jd par oaahel for sweet ao
tatoea raised oa Big Island. I ea
qaired what I eoald get them for at
HaacaUne and was told I2.M per
bushel. Now. Mr. Editor. I am not
'. bat I weald like ta I v
the aeopl or Ota ctty kaow
tratk aaaat taeaa tMagai ' .,' L'
Tears teapectfany.' ',
CD A. BKLL.
cent fecistered ib
v ; -0010? ;
Tdlas Margaret Blackfaa of Nor
yB,,Pv. , jrho hu been the
ieat of her eoaaiaa, the Misses
Blackfaa, has gone to Rock Island
to yiait Mtsa Mary Wayne.
Mlai Halda , Moody apeat' the
week end at tba home of her
brother Praak. aear WoodhalL
Glenn Norton has returned from
a IMaya riait la Ocklng. Minn. -
Mrs. Benson and daughter of
Red Wing, Minn are guests of the
former's : parenu. Mr.' and Mrs.
August Ouatafsoa.
The Misses Mamie and' Alice Lar
son of Marston, 111., bare return eS
to their home after a abort Tisit
at the Gnat. Bllzt home.
Rer. ' Fred Shields and family
have arriTed In Orion, where Rer.
Shields has assumed the pastorate
of the Baptist charch. - -v
Rer. Freden and family bare re
turned from a Tlalt with Mrs. Fre-
' Rock lalaad, I1L. Oct 12. Editor
Argus In regard to the pteee of
news yoa had la your paper aboat
apples for asking, I wish to state
that I have heea oat la the eoaatry
trying to buy apples to sell to the
people of Rock Island. I was aMe
to bay a few bushels of Mr. O'Con
nor, north of Milan, . for $1 - per
bushel and was compelled to sell
some of them for 75 cents a hashel.
They were wind falls, worm eaten
and small. I answered aa adrer-tisement-
(apples for sale) at
Twenty-fourth Orenae and Thirty
eighth street He wanted S2.M aad
$3.00 per bushel. The people of the
city see so much in the papers
den's parents at New Era. Iowa.
ij, a-gted. 81 per cent placed to t iter. FTeaen also attended the Rock
MlellWI io per ITUt ' iMt;ou IW mH WWMIti uiccuu
k wsntsd and 88 per cent placed
I Heal merreu iu iiuninuus.
By this It is estimated that a per-
CASCARETS
They Work while you Sleep"
Do too feel "under the weather"?
!M Nlious, constipated, headachy,
an of cold? Cascarets tonight for
Sew liver and bowels will hare the
81 shining tor you tomorrow.
Iks tip with your head clear,
itoeach right, breath sweet, and
stis rosy. No griping no incon
mtencs. Children love Cascarets
ton. 10, 25, 60 cents." '
i
Charles Huston and ' wifsf anl
daughter have been the guests of.
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Hnston.
Elmer Samuelson and Raymond
Aspland left Saturday in the for
trer's new Pai'" car for the t-
;cific coast, camping enroute. They
expect to remain until sprmg. . -Mrs.
Ella Barnes left Thursday
for a visit in Alpha and Rock Is
land before going to Texas for the
winder. .
Drs. J. A. Gustafson and F. O.
Andreen were in Kewanee -Wednesday
to attend ' the Henry County
Medical society meeting.
Maurice Crawford of Osceola,
; Iowa, a former resident of Orion,
ils here4 ; visiting relatives and
fr'ends. - ' -;- '
M-s. Kate Routh of Maize. Kan.,
has been a visitor at the Max Nor
cross home 'the past week. "
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1870
50th ANNIVERSARY
x -
1920
SOLD EN
JUBILEE
Just Four More Day
I ONE YEAR AGO
r
The allies established a' blockade
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Austrian battleship Frarz joef
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feverishness, sneezing, soreness, ,
stiff ness. . - i j
"Pape's Cold Compound" is thei
Quickest, surest relief known ant
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j Tastss nice. Contains no quir;
Insist on Pape's!
Monday's big business showed unerringly how irre-
sistable are the real values we are offering in this, pur 50th Anniversary
They are better values because we were especially particular in
selecting the merchandise for this sale, the buying of which begun
months ago. Then, too, as the market declines we are taking our
loss accordingly. , r
We are going to make these last days the greatest, in the history of
this store. Watch each day for special announcements of what's
going on at McCabe's.
We have replenished our souvenir stock on third floor with new
and useful gifts. Even if you have looked them over, better come down tomorrow and see what's
been added to our list of souvenirs. Get your coupon with every cash purchase. Save them and
feet a valuable souvenir or when you have purchased 1 .00 worth of merchandise trade them in.
'ft
"i
A coupon with every cash
. purchase
ROCK I5LAND. ILL. SaUefnSSSSCT
Valuable souvenirs
each day "
givenr
-)
In your next grocery order-
WDM
Milled by tlie milleis of the famoiss
Aiim Jemima Ical Hour
SINCE Red-Top Flour was first
introduced in this locality, the
demand has increased faster than
it could be supplied until now.
Recently the capacity of the Red-
wheat is tested, every day the flour
is tested and each sack that passes
this double , inspection is identical
in gluten, in color, In flavor, in all
those qualities which produce the
Too mills was matenallv increased,; ' finest breads and pastries.
and Red-Top: Flour may now be- probabiv vourWocer already has
had by every family.
Red-Top Flour is milled from
choicest Kansas Turkey hard wheat
noted for its plump, meaty ker
nels, its richness in gluten,' its won
derful nutritive values.
. Red-Top Flour never varies
each sack is the same. Every day the
this! flour if not, he will gladly
get it for you through his distrib
utor. Be sure to specify Red-Top
in your next grocery order it will
open up a whole new field of de
lightful baking results. Aunt
Jemima Mills Company,St. Joseph,
Mo.
FR.Ud.K-. PRICES
npHE much-advertised statement thai it is time
war prices were reduc d is undisputably sound.
But not as sound as having no war prices to re
duce. - .. '
That is the White Company's position."
During live years of the steepest price ascent in
the history of American business, White Truck
prices have advanced, averaging all models,1 16.9
per cent an advance held to a minimum by a close
margin of profit and a rapidly growing output.
Other trucks have gone up in price 30, 40, 50,"
60, 70 per cent and more.
Whatever the market conditions, truck buyers
can confidently purchase White equipment, know
ing that the investment past, present and future
will be protected agdinst undue price fluctua
tion. Price STABILITY, the company believes,
is an important index, of real worth, both in an
organization and in its product. '
THE WHITE COMPANY, Cleveland
s DISTKIBnOBS v
WlSTEB?r ILLIH019 ASD EASTFKf IOtTA.
5 CCO r(0 DOOR WEST OF POSTOFTICE
Distributed by ,
The G. S. Johnson Company
Davenport, low .
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