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FTDAY TH3 LCtel ELAND ARGUS NOVEMBER 26, 1920.
ii. u r J f -TfSr Casta at Bee Ida : -Xr"e- C2ee WEI aa Ta. V ,i- La l. ltfl. .: tMfe '. Of faBftfHSf ar the la ta fee ,r eafaeet ant sarinf M trafie 3 t nnnMi by aatabflahlag . riJtet linee betweea St Loata aad A naa-edicaUonal cfrll serrtee soaiiBatiaa la to Im held at the CSi States englaeer'a office in aek Island federal bolldinf. Jan. . L IKL for repleniaMae; the' lists ; at registered positions in connec- nda-ema u work or unpronog the anew Mississippi. iU tributar ies and other loeallUes. These positions include inspec tors, orerseers, foremen, masters, Bates, piioti, iteam ana gasoline To Relieye Catarrhal Deafness and Head t' Nobe ; If yea aaw Catarrhal JDeafaeaa or ara nam 01 naannr or Dare neaa noiaea to ta four drunlat and fat 1 mine of Par tial tdouble Irxnrth ) . ud add to it plat ol hoi water and a little iranulatcd afar. Tak one Ubleapoonful tour tlmea ar. . . . Thta will often briar otrtck relief from the dlatraaalnc head noim. Clocted noatrlla ahoald open, breathjnr become aaaj aad toe mucua atop dropplnr 'into tko throat. It ie eaay to prepare, eoela UlUa and ! plmaant to take. An rone wno haa Catarrhal Deafneea or beM solas ahmtld five thla prescription a trial (reemlrla Ilaaaaa). sar- rajiaen (tiaaattaeea, Wtelaea, re eotaarav reoaea, chalaanB. ate.), U ajerraairal ttt4esaeaadljalp- tndee. brekemen, feridfe tenders. cable fpneers. car repairers, cw ment testers aad cement workers, ii i rmdm . ., antflhafpa.: ' IVaUieSlIiett. dredte engineers (dipper and hy draulic), dredge ruanera, eieran daaa, aaclnemen (not licenaed tqr the steamboat impection eerrice), ftremefc. (marine aad1 tationary), handyman. Janitors, linemen, lock masteri, ioctaaea, oilers, powder aven. Steersmen, ahipkeepers, strikers, switchmen, trackmen, w-lachmea, and eiaailar positions. - Partiaa.deatriag aad able to fill any of the above positions are so licited to apply In time for exam ination papers which are to be fill ed oat by them and returned hero for filing not later than Dec. 15. It to urgently requested that ap plications for the above positions be received. For examination papers and in formation apply to J. B. Corken, acting secretary local board of ex aminers, United States engineer's ofice, postofflce uxt:;o!3 CITY " (Special Correspondence.) 'A large crowd attended the fu neral of Peter Sedam, Who passed away at Oriad Falls.- Mont, at the home of his daughter, Jennie Cas ta, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Cas ta accompanied the body to Illinois Chy. Mr. Sedam was in poor health several rears. He was past 10 years old and a veteran' of the Clvfl war. The Ladies of the Grand Army circle bad charge of the eerricee. Rev. Bowman of the Illinois City Methodist church was ( i.a.V 3n 1 I. sunn eases . PILES AT ONCE Ahaott Instant Relief aad at Very Small Cast. The moment you apply a little Menthc-Snlphur the itching, irrita tion and bleeding stops. Don't con tinue to suffer because quick relief awaits you. Any druggist will supply you with a small Jar of Mentho-Sulphur. This seems to soothe, heal and -dry up the trouble quicker than anything else. Safe) Milk For liifwdi NO COOKING me Food-Drink' for AU Ages. QoickLaneb et Hotne, 0Bce,aM Foontatas. AtktarHORUOCS. tStAini Imitation. A Sittistitales the ofndaUa minister. Interment was in Illiards cemetery. Rev. Otis Bowman aad wife mov ed by auto track from: Iraistown, tlL, Taaaday to their aew caarge at the Metaodist church. They are iirtag la the .basement of -the church at present, as the painters have aot entirely flnished varnish ing the Interior of the new parsoa age. - - . Mrs. Clara Schmidt la visiting her cousin, Mrs. Ernest Murdock, and family this Week.' - - Warrea Sedam of near Davea- port. Iowa, came dowa Wednesday to attend the funeral of his father, Peter Sedam. , ' Mrs. Amelia Becker of seat Ha zel Dell- m.. passed away at her home Thursday ' morning at : 11 o'clock. Her husband passed away about six months ago. No funeral arrangements have been definitely made. The Modern Woodmen Thursday evening gave a supper for the members and families. William Thomas will hold a pub lic ssle of farm Implements and CIM10I0I (GRANULES) - I Esr. INDIGESTION DUaolT iaetantly oa towftse, r ta hot or cold water, or : vichy. Try at soda fountain. QUICK RELIEF! ALSO lit TABLET FORM maok arr ecorr bowhb MAKERS OP tti g, ruin omu 7haW Hie J.. 'Jl-fyrMifrlli- -"fiTS'-rfM-'!-' 'HU,il-r-!"iTlS-!f1 WaJiii: tf .i::;....ini:..;L...::Hny;M;!i;iu:.iiiims a -N m Treat rot cvtrrsotw- B SAOV-WaZtS BESS Ca SPECIAL DISPLAY OB! New Satin Hats In tmmg UUjs Evaptrattd s Milk with affit, thtrt is a Unitncf It tilt mirt than is necessary. Be cause tf its unusual richness it sinks ta the bttttm if the cup and there l fore dm nit ctlor ytur coffee quickly unlets itu stir it while pouring Start Hour 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p. m. ; Mighty Sale of Winter Unnle 5' :'. - i : I - tJl.' ""aaWBBMMBBMaBj '; i- IS j M, Store Hours 8:30 THE" i Hot, fragrant coffee tastes better than ever when you serve ittwith Libby's Evaporated Milk! It is richer, creamier. Your family will notice it, will want a second cup. Order a supply of Libby's Evaporated Milk frdm your grocer today learn what a difference it makes. Ubby, MCNeill 4 Libby, Chicago SHOWN in our Millinery Sec tion tomorrow, will excite admiration, and many women will want one at once. Splendid ly .adapted to match pr go with fur garments or scarf.v These charming new Satin Hats come in small and medium jaunty " ; shapes, Hindu turbans, off-face Co- ! lonials and, draped effects, with or without fur some with touch of metallic, trimmings, very special milllM other articles Friday, Nov. 2, at us farm, two miles east of Illinois City. ' There la only one Deltanut aad that is made by the A. O. Abraham company, Moline. Be wise. UBtTLIZDIi3 AT . COST. Cheater, 111. With the compte tioa of Ue rock-crashing plaat at the south Illinois penitentiary here, fertilizing farms in this region with lmestone will be dona at coat. The land hereabouts contains so much miAA th n1 k i. -""r cannot he aw : and Heretofore manniaJ"V limestone has been dSlL and at a profit. The law which will come from the aaar crasher at the penitentiaAiE sold at cost, it la state offlclalg in charge. E3 i WMIHIIIIIIIWraWiaWIIUIIilCT The Store for Everybody eV-' aaaaaaaaaaa II an im i ui a k 'K HI a as Iirw-L-j-a. kb. ana hLWS rtowag BRADY-WAXENBERGCO. " The Store for Everybody1 mX4 YUKllOIUKEi Saturdays jfivM 9. m. i-ouHt Brady-VVaxenberg Co. MOLINE wear The Greatest Underwear Savings Offered This Year v' Sf .itNew iJnderwlar Purchased on the Declining Price Market Will Be Offered to You in This Great Event. Buy Now for Immediate and Future Needs at Savings Unbelievable. Children's Cotton Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, long sleeves, ankle length, regular 4Uc value, a garment 29c Misses' Cotton Ribbed Fleeced Union Suits, all sizes. Regular COs L25 quality at w..'.3"C Girls' extra heavy white ribbed fleeced Union Suits, all sizes, regular a a $1.98 quality at eM.UU fleeced Union Regular i 98c Misses' cotton ribbed Suits, all sizes, 2 to 16. $1.49 value, special at Women's heavy fleeced Vests .and Drawers, long sleeves and ankle length, all sizes, 98c quality at, a garment ...... ....... 59c Women's heavy ribbed Union Suits, fleece lined, all sizes, A aa Regular $1.98 value at 31.UU Boys' cotton ribbed fleeced Union Suits, all sizes, 4 to 16. Regular Eft S1.25 yalue special at u"C Boys' heavy fleeced Union Suits, all sizes, 4 to 16. Regular 1.98 (Pi aa value at $1.1)11 Men's $2.50 heavy ribbed Union Suits, colors of ecru and white, sizes fl t s a 34 to 46. Special at M.0" Men's $3.00 heavy fleeced ' f aq lined Union Suits, all sizes. eM."o Men's $1.50 heavy fleeced lined Shirts and Drawers, all sizes, wonderful qua lity, special at, aa a garment ......... ... . . . . "oQ (Basement) mstment Sale Continues! Truly Remarkable Sale of Women and Misses9 Womderfil Coat s SATURDAY Never has such an event taken place! Coats of the finest materials and workmanship are going into thi3 great Holiday Sale Saturday. This Coat event will long be remembered by all as the greatest value-giving sale ever staged in Moline. Come early while the selection is at its best. 4 the newest models of Tinseltone, Bolivia, Silvertone, Sil vertip, Bolivia Goldtone, Velours and Novelty -Cloths. Many are Fur Trimmed. Others have large shawl collars of self ma terial. Prices are $19.50, $24.50, $29.50, $39.50, $49.50 and $59.50 Girls' Beautiful Coats The greatest sale of girls' coats that mothers have ever had the oppor tunity of attending will be staged here Saturday. Coats of every de scription. All the latest cuts and materials for the little misses. These coats are in two groups - Sizes 2 to 6 years, $11.00 values at . ::.v.$6.98 Sizes 7 to 14 years, $22.50 values at . . . .$13.93 So come and pick your little one's coat from these groups at $6.98 and $13.98 A Visit to Our Coat Section Will Pay You :iiillirMlllinnMMIIII)lllflillllllllll''""l'"'i"IMilllllllll'